Citigroup Was Having a Helluva Bad Year – Now a Citi Senior VP Has Been Outed as the Man Behind a QAnon Conspiracy Website

Citigroup Was Having a Helluva Bad Year – Now a Citi Senior VP Has Been Outed as the Man Behind a QAnon Conspiracy Website

Notably, on the very same day that Citigroup made this historic announcement, Thursday, September 10, a fact-checking website known as “Logically,” posted a breathtakingly detailed outing of one of Citigroup’s Senior Vice Presidents, Jason Gelinas, as the man behind the notorious QAnon conspiracy website known as QMap.pub.

The QMap.pub website has now disappeared from the web but you can read its archived postings at the website maintained by the Wayback Machine, an initiative of the Internet Archive.

Think Outside the Protest Box

Think Outside the Protest Box

We have more power than we think. But we’ve got to go beyond the “protest-petition-call officials-vote” routine. Think outside that box, and you’ll find a world of creative solutions and strategies to tap into. I’d like to issue a challenge to all of our nonprofits and organizing groups to at least employ a one-for-one strategy. If you’re going to ask people to call public officials or join a large protest, add a second strategy that uses an organized, sustained, and strategic act of noncooperation and/or intervention targeted at a second group of power holders. The time has come to double down on strategy and make great strides toward change.

UPDATED 9/14/2020: Oracle reportedly chosen over Microsoft to take over TikTok

Oracle reportedly chosen over Microsoft to take over TikTok

The Wall Street Journal reported late Sunday that Oracle ORCL, -0.57% had been chosen as the winner in bidding for TikTok, and that an announcement would be made soon that Oracle will be TikTok’s “trusted tech partner” in the U.S. The deal would apparently fall short of an outright sale of the popular app.

This changes things…🤔💭

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The TikTok Saga: Everything you need to know

A deal to sell TikTok’s US business, which is being prompted by two orders issued by President Donald Trump, had already hit a roadblock because of new Chinese export regulations that cover artificial intelligence and may include TikTok’s algorithm. The South China Morning Post reported that ByteDance has decided not to include the algorithm in any sale. The company has notified both US authorities and prospective buyers, the paper reported.

THE UNANNOUNCED DEATH OF THE GREEN NEW DEAL: PART 1 – WHAT HAPPENED TO THE PEOPLE’S PLAN?

THE UNANNOUNCED DEATH OF THE GREEN NEW DEAL: PART 1 – WHAT HAPPENED TO THE PEOPLE’S PLAN?

You could say that the Green New Deal died when the Biden-Sanders Unity Task Force recommendations came through, or perhaps that was the moment we knew that the Jemez Principles and the principles of a Just Transition had been abandoned more than a year before? Perhaps they were abandoned shortly after John Washington’s straight forward, perfectly articulated warning to New Consensus? Or perhaps they were abandoned as Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Ed Markey prepared the Green New Deal resolution with it’s “clean” and “net zero” language replacing the language of fossil fuel phase outs and 100% Renewables? Perhaps the Sunrise Movement, New Consensus, Justice Democrats and Data for Progress all fell in line with the net zero language of ruling class carbon accounts while paying lip service to fighting fossil fuels and pushing the advocates for First Nations and frontline communities further from the negotiating table?

Source.

Prosecutor resigns from Trump law enforcement commission, calls it ‘intent on providing cover for a predetermined agenda’

Prosecutor resigns from Trump law enforcement commission, calls it ‘intent on providing cover for a predetermined agenda’

One of the four leading prosecutors chosen to be on President Donald Trump’s law enforcement commission resigned last week after expressing “serious” concerns that the intention of the commission was not to bridge the gap between communities of color and law enforcement.

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Prosecutor Quits Trump’s Law Enforcement Commission, Saying The Fix Is In

WRITTEN TESTIMONY OF THE AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION BEFORE THE PRESIDENT’S COMMISSION ON LAW ENFORCEMENT AND THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE