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Thursday, 30 June 2016

UK Spies on Assange At Ecuadorean Embassy: FM + ASSANGE GUARANTEES CLINTON'S INDICTMENT? + 200 video playlist: ASSANGE, THE U.N. WATCH

30 June 2016
British security outside the Ecuadorian Embassy in London

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has been in the Ecuadorean Embassy in London since 2012, after he received political asylum.
Ecuador's Foreign Minister Guillaume Long said Wednesday that he suspects British intelligence to have spied on Julian Assange in the London-based Ecuadorean embassy where has has received asylum for the past four years. 
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"There are cameras everywhere, it is one of the most spied (on) embassies in the world," said Long during a United Nations Human Rights Council meeting in Geneva. "You need to be lucky to make a phone call from inside the embassy. Internet is constantly interrupted. Everything is hacked. It's a really hostile environment every day for Assange," he added. 


The Ecuadorean foreign minister went on to criticize the U.K. for demanding other countries respect resolutions on human rights, while hypocritically ignoring the very same resolutions.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           
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In February, the U.N. Working Group on Arbitrary Detention found that Assange was the victim of arbitrary detention, but both Swedish and British authorities have refused to comply with the ruling by rescinding the arrest warrant. "It is a clear example of their double standards, which Ecuador denounces," said Long.  Long recently said the U.K. continues to refuse cooperating with Ecuador on Assange's asylum case while also expressing concern over the Swedish whistleblower's health.  WATCH: Julian Assange: UK, Sweden Have Attempted to 'Undermine' System

"He doesn’t have access to good medical care, we are very worried. After four years, you can see a clear deterioration,"said Long.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           
RELATED: Sweden Finally Asks to Question Assange in Ecuador Embassy
Assange took shelter in 2012 in the Ecuadorian embassy to avoid a possible extradition to the U.S. from Sweden, where he is wanted over alleged sexual crimes, which he says are an excuse to arrest him over his work. In 2010 Assange’s company WikiLeaks published hundreds of thousands of U.S. military documents and diplomatic cables, leaking classified information that exposed the extent of U.S. military abuses committed in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.    

source:  http://www.telesurtv.net/english/news/UK-Spies-on-Assange-At-Ecuadorean-Embassy-FM-20160630-0012.html   


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The Anunnaki, probably the number one topic when it comes to the Ancient alien theory, but what are the facts? and do these facts have a solid background when competing against the Ancient Alien debunkers?

The AC team brings you 10 facts about the Anunnaki.
  1. In many depictions of the Anunnaki, we can see strange objects worn by “those who came from the stars”, one of the most interesting examples are “wrist watches” which appear in almost every single depiction of the Anunnaki
  2. The Sumerians were the first people who started building actual cities, organised using actual city grids like we see in modern day cities around the world, according to the Ancient Alien theory, the Anunnaki transferred this knowledge to ancient man.
  3. In the 19th century archaeologists exploring the ancient ruins of Nineveh discovered 22,000 clay tablets which are directly connected to the Anunnaki.
  4. In 1976 author Sitchin published his personal translations of the Sumerian texts in a series of books called “The Earth Chronicles“. According to Sitchin the clay tablets describe an alien race known as the Anunnaki who came to Earth to mine gold.
  5. Gold reflects infrared light. Infrared is basically light you don’t see it, but we interact with it in the form of heat,  the radiation interacts with our molecules and that makes them vibrate faster and you’ll feel that as heat, gold also makes a good heat shield, partly because it’s so malleable. You can make gold very thin; it’s easy to work with; and it has great properties for reflecting and heat protection making it a “must have” resource not only for us but potentially for extraterrestrial visitors as Sitchin suggests.
  6. Sitchin theorized that “the Anunnaki” came from another planet in our solar system that has an 3,600-year elliptical orbit.
  7. According to the Ancient Alien theory, the Anunnaki genetically altered primitive mankind and created a labor force which allowed them to mine gold faster.
  8. According to Zecharia Sitchin, “the Adamu” were the first modern humans, they were created by the Anunnaki 450,000 years ago when they genetically mixed their DNA with that of prehistoric man and that way obtained a labor force which did what the Anunnaki wanted.
  9. “Adam” in Hebrew stands for “man”. “Adamu” is what the Sumerians refer to as “first man,” the Anunnaki slaves.
  10. Zulu legends speak of a time when “visitors from the stars” came to excavate gold and other natural resources. These mines were worked by slaves created by the “First People“.
By ancient-code.com

source: http://www.ancient-code.com/the-anunnaki/



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President Obama should pardon Edward Snowden before leaving office - The Verge

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For the last three years, one month, and seven days, Edward Snowden has been living in exile from the United States. On May 20th, 2013, he boarded a flight from Hawaii to Hong Kong after setting in motion the most powerful public act of whistleblowing in US history. In the months that followed, the public learned about programs collecting data on every phone call in the United States, attacking private networks run by Google and Yahoo, and hacking into the web’s advertising networks to turn them into tools of surveillance. In the weeks that followed, Snowden left Hong Kong for Russia, fleeing forced extradition by the US and its allies. He's remained there ever since.
But in the months ahead, there will be a unique chance to change that. An article in this week’s New York Magazine looks at Snowden’s life in exile and comes away with a unique insight into Snowden’s clemency plan. As Snowden’s central counsel, the ACLU’s Ben Wizner, puts it: "We’re going to make a very strong case between now and the end of this administration that this is one of those rare cases for which the pardon power exists."

A unique chance for Snowden

The implicit point is that if Snowden is going to come home, his best chance is a presidential pardon, which is unlikely to come from Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump. The final days of Obama’s final term are the best chance Snowden has, which gives Wizner and his team a little more than six months to make their case.
Like many such campaigns, it’s a long shot. President Obama has not said anything over the past three years to suggest he’s interested in pardoning Snowden, and it would be a significant break from his national security policy thus far. It would also severely alienate the intelligence community for years to come.
But there’s something more important than political blowback. Pardoning Snowden is the right thing to do, and if you care about a free and secure internet, you should support it. Snowden risked his life to perform one of the most pivotal public disclosures of our time, shedding light on surveillance systems that have grown far beyond the reach of democratic accountability. The documents he published — the source of his crime — have brought about profound changes in the way we build technology and communicate online. His continued exile is shameful, and ending it is a unique chance to reclaim the legacy of a president who has often failed to live up to his own promises of transparency.
Clemency is particularly important because it will be impossible to defend Snowden’s leaks as a public service in court. He is facing charges under the Espionage Act, which makes no distinction between delivering classified files to journalists and delivering the same files to a foreign power. For the first 80 years of its life, it was used almost entirely to prosecute spies. (Daniel Ellsberg of the Pentagon Papers was a rare exception.) The argument Wizner is making now — that Snowden’s disclosures were in the public interest, and strengthened the nation rather than weakening it — couldn’t be made in the context of an Espionage Act trial. As long as classified documents were disclosed, which they indisputably were, then all other questions are moot.
"This is one of those rare cases for which the pardon power exists."

For Snowden’s critics, that’s as it should be. Secrecy plays a vital role in our intelligence agencies, safeguarding crucial information and saving lives. Without some means of enforcing it, we would be unable to perform the most basic functions of nationhood. There’s no doubt that Snowden’s disclosures disrupted intelligence collection, inflicting a real cost to the nation that should not be dismissed.
But the same secrecy that protects intelligence agencies has become a political tool to avoid accountability for their actions. Three months before the Snowden disclosures, Congress asked Director of National Intelligence James Clapper whether the NSA was conducting any bulk surveillance of US citizens. Clapper lied, saying no such programs existed. Other intelligence agencies have shown similar impunity, even spying on the Senate offices investigating them. Neither agency has faced any repercussions for their actions.
As a result of that impunity, it’s been left to whistleblowers to alert the public when a program oversteps the limits of the constitution. Snowden was not the first. Thomas Drake, William Binney, Kirk Weibe and Ed Loomis all spoke out against bulk collection from within the NSA and, when their objections were ignored, from outside the agency. They did not go so far as leaking classified documents, but they still faced severe legal threats as a result of their work in the public interest. Thomas Drake was charged with ten violations of the Espionage Act, charges that were only dropped after a police raid on his home and a wildly destructive prosecution. Other whistleblowers like Thomas Tamm have been barred from practicing law or faced years of retaliatory investigations for charges that never materialized.
As President Obama reaches the end of his second term, those prosecutions are a central part of his legacy, and a shameful one. The president has prosecuted more whistleblowers under the Espionage Act than all presidents before him combined. His Justice Department has vastly expanded the scope of the law, turning it from a weapon against the nation’s enemies to one that’s pointed against its own citizens. The result will be less scrutiny of the nation’s most powerful agencies, and fewer forces to keep them in check.
With Snowden’s push for clemency, the president has a chance to complicate that legacy and begin to undo it. It’s the last chance he’ll have.

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Wednesday, 29 June 2016




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NASA Has Confirmed That Earth Now Has A Second Moon That’s Here To Stay - 300 FEET WIDE!!

It’s been confirmed that the moon is no longer Earth’s only cosmic companion.
NASA reported this month that a mini-moon, affectionately named asteroid 2016 HO3, has been orbiting Earth for only about 100 years and may stick around for a few centuries.
Paul Chodas, manager of NASA’s Center for Near-Earth Object (NEO) Studies, said of the asteroid,
One other asteroid — 2003 YN107 — followed a similar orbital pattern for a while over 10 years ago, but it has since departed our vicinity. This new asteroid is much more locked onto us. Our calculations indicate 2016 HO3 has been a stable quasi-satellite of Earth for almost a century, and it will continue to follow this pattern as Earth’s companion for centuries to come.”
Deemed a quasi-satellite, the asteroid appears to pose no threat to Earth and is no more than 300 feet wide, which is likely why scientists just barely spotted it in April of this year.
The asteroid’s movements are complicated, as it spends half of its time closer to the sun than Earth and passes it before our planet, and then spends the other half of its time even farther away from us, causing it to eventually fall behind. The orbit is slightly tilted, causing it to engage in a bobbing motion once a year. Over multiple decades, 2016 HO3 also does a slow, back-and-forth twist.
Earth’s gravitational pull prevents the mini-moon from ever getting too far away or too close, ultimately keeping us safe in this temporary relationship.
Chodas explains,
“The asteroid’s loops around Earth drift a little ahead or behind from year to year, but when they drift too far forward or backward, Earth’s gravity is just strong enough to reverse the drift and hold onto the asteroid so that it never wanders farther away than about 100 times the distance of the moon.”
Though it isn’t exactly a moon as we know it, this asteroid is certainly the closest we’ve come to a second moon that we have been able to track. Chodas affectionately said of 2016 HO3,
In effect, this small asteroid is caught in a little dance with Earth.”
Take a look at the video below, which demonstrates the asteroid’s pattern of movements.

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