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NSA used undercover agents in foreign companies

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To infiltrate foreign networks and gain access to sensitive systems, the NSA has been using the tactics of “physical subversion” – deploying undercover agents in Chinese, German, South Korean and possibly even American companies, The Intercept reports. Past reports on the National Security Agency (NSA) have typically depicted a government organ that hacks other systems or works with private... 

Harvard Students say United States is a Rogue Terrorist State

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Campus Reform, a campus watchdog, asked Harvard students, “Who is the bigger threat to world peace, ISIS or the US?” Harvard students believe that the United States is a bigger threat to world peace than the ISIL terrorist organization, according to a recent survey at the prestigious university. Campus Reform, a campus watchdog, asked Harvard students, “Who is the bigger threat to world peace,... 

US Government Shipping in Ebola Diseased Illegals

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Infowars reporter Paul Joseph Watson speaks with former Border Patrol Agent Zach Taylor as he breaks down how the CDC is working with Border Patrol authorities and the Department of Homeland Security to disappear potential Ebola victims attempting to cross the border into the United States.  Read More →

IMF loan for Ukraine may give ​Monsanto a backdoor into EU

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Ukraine’s bid for closer ties with the west could come at a cost. With the IMF set to loan the country $17 billion, the deal could also see GMO crops grown in some of the most fertile lands on the continent, warns Frederic Mousseau. Very few, not least the Ukrainian population are aware of these details, but according to Mousseau, who is a Policy Director at The Oakland Institute, in return for... 

Ukraine used white phosphorus incendiary bombs in Slavyansk

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Residents of Slavyansk and its suburbs were awoken overnight on Thursday by what they say were incendiary bombs that were dropped on their city by Kiev’s military. Witnesses and local media reports suggested that the bombs might be phosphorous. Much of the village of Semyonovka, located in the Slavyansk suburbs, was set ablaze. Local residents told RT that the ground didn’t stop burning for... 

EU lost its foreign policy sovereignty to US

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RT’s Sophie Shevardnadze (L) interviewing Marine Le Pen (R) The EU has lost control of its foreign policy to Washington, France’s National Front leader Marine Le Pen told RT, calling the bloc’s diplomacy a “catastrophe” in which no independent voice of reason could be heard. “The European Union’s diplomacy is a catastrophe,” Le Pen told RT’s Sophie Shevardnadze... 

Switzerland & Singapore banking havens replaced by Central Asia & Africa

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With Switzerland and Singapore joining 47 countries that have agreed to share data and tax information, tax evaders are likely to move to what is currently considered emerging frontier markets, Mike Ingram, market strategist from BGC Partners, told RT. On May 6, 34 members of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and 13 other countries signed a groundbreaking agreement on... 

John McAfee’s New Cognizant App Puts an End to Spying

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John McAfee speaks with David Knight regarding a new development to combat government snooping. The first of his projects is about to come together in a new product that launches on March 1st. The product is called Cognizant, a free to download app for Android mobile phones and tablets. It protects those devices by empowering the user to be fully aware of all the permissions that applications have... 

​US, EU are ‘neck deep’ in plan to see pro-Western regime change in Ukraine

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Though the Ukrainian conflict is complex, with “its own dynamic,” protesters are certainly emboldened by support from Western powers, Brian Becker, director of the anti-war ANSWER Coalition, told RT in an interview. “The United States and NATO and the EU are together using their combined forces to signal to these demonstrators that ‘We are with you,’” he said. The... 

Online revolts: Yesterday we defeated SOPA, today we battle NSA

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Properly mobilized people can become a massive online force capable of blocking ‘dangerous bills’ and changing government policies, Josh Levy of the Free Press told RT. The participants of The Day We Fight Back campaign say their call to action is simple. RT: What are the protesters trying to achieve? How exactly are they supposed to ‘fight back’? Josh Levy: This day of action [Wednesday,... 

Ukraine police show incredible restraint, US officers would respond with deadly force

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To protect their own lives and people caught in the unrest, US police would respond with deadly force if confronted by violent rioters like those operating in Ukraine, Chuck Joyner, an ex-CIA and FBI agent told RT, sharing his professional assessment. RT: Footage of the violence in Kiev has been broadcast around the world. As a consultant to law enforcement on the use of force, how would you react... 

Snowden tells German TV that NSA also spies on foreign industrial entities

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The NSA agency is not preoccupied solely with national security, but also spies on foreign industrial entities in US business interests, former American intelligence contractor, Edward Snowden, has revealed in an interview to German TV. Edward Snowden chose the German ARD broadcaster to make his first TV interview ever since he became a whistleblower. The interview was made in strict secrecy in an... 

MSNBC cuts Congresswoman during NSA interview to report on Justin Bieber

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A viral video clip which shows an MSNBC host interrupting a Congressman talking about shutting down NSA spying to switch to “breaking news” of Justin Bieber’s court appearance is a perfect illustration of why the mainstream media is dying. The clip shows Congresswoman Jane Harman talking to MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell, who was recently slammed for conducting a softball interview with a CIA torture-endorsing... 

Israel’s rhetoric over Iran ‘leaves it isolated from world powers’

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The deal with Iran is not a “historic mistake”, as claimed by Benjamin Netanyahu, but brings Iran in from the cold and puts the option of military strikes off the table, Gideon Levy, journalist and columnist for the Haaretz newspaper, told RT. Israel and particularly Netanyahu now stands increasingly isolated, and as the peace talks with the Palestinians go nowhere, it depends on Washington if... 

UK government has gone ‘way beyond’ prescribed limits of press freedom

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The UK claims mass surveillance is crucial to national security but seems unwilling to provide evidence of that. The government should shoulder responsibility, but instead lacks accountability, Freedom of Information campaigner Thomas Hughes told RT. In a joint letter to British Prime Minister David Cameron, 70 human rights organizations from 40 countries recently stated their concern over the UK’s... 
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