Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Real News Vs. Weaponized Text

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange called “very, very, very inaccurate” corporate presstitutes “opportunistic snipers” in an interview over the weekend, accusing newspapers of printing “weaponized text.”

And the outspoken publisher isn’t at all dissatisfied with the current propaganda of “fake news” - because, as Assange explained to Australian comedian Chas Licciardello, according to CNET,

"WikiLeaks is very happy that there is a narrative about fake news out there because we have a perfect record of having never got it wrong in terms of authentications."

While the corporate press continues misrepresenting information, quoting unnamed and thus unverifiable sources, and even printing flagrant fabrications, WikiLeaks indeed maintains an unparalleled streak of publishing authentic and undoctored data - despite excoriation from the establishment - thus eliminating all bias or unintended insertion of opinion.

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As far as I am concerned, WikiLeaks is one of the few "real news" sources on the planet.

It therefore should be no surprise that both Assange and President Trump both are accused of being "traitors" (even though Assange is not a US citizen - see http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/2642057/posts).

Should Assange be rendered and/or executed for what he has done, it will be a truly shameful day for the USA.

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