(Red Revolution) – The United States should urgently place far-right extremist groups on its list of banned terrorist organisations, a new report released this past week suggests. The report, “White Supremacy Extremism: The Transnational Rise […]
Over the course of the last three weeks, not only have many Anti-Fascists had their accounts blocked offline, but now some of their servers have been seized in Europe while the American Governments leads the charge to declare ANTIFA a major terror organization back home.
A new diplomatic cable recieved by Saudi Arabia’s Ambassador to Sri Lanka indicates that the Saudi Government was aware of Easter Sunday attacks 5 days before they actually occurred.
A citizen going by Pepe The Unredacted Frog has released new documents won from the FBI via a FOIA lawsuit, shinning new light into the identities of the 5 Dancing Israeli’s arrested following the 9/11 Terror Attacks.
CIA wraps up 3 year long Argentina Declassification Project originally commissioned under Obama, revealing new insight into US Cold War Strategy.
PokemonGo Team has just released a 2nd leak of data stolen from FBI servers, this time revealing the names, emails and contact information of 22,013 individuals currently on the FBI’s national watchlist.
Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) has introduced a new bill calling on US Congress to repeal the 2001 AUMF and finally cast a vote to officially end the War in Afghanistan and bring all our troops home.
Immediately following the US military’s alleged defeat of ISIS in December 2018, January 2019 has seen the re-emergence of the United Cyber Caliphate and Islamic State hacking factions across the ClearNet.
Here’s part of an article I never quite wrapped up, discussing Trump’s decision to pull out of Syria while explaining how Obama’s decision to exit Iraq led to the rise of the Islamic State – as well as why we shouldn’t repeat the mistakes of the past.