US envoy to Israel: ‘We are considering replacing Abbas with Dahlan’

US envoy to Israel: ‘We are considering replacing Abbas with Dahlan’

In December, Turkey added Dahlan to its most wanted terrorist list, with a $1.7 million bounty on his head, due to his alleged involvement in perpetrating the attempted military coup against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his government on 15 July 2016, in cooperation with followers of the exiled Turkish cleric, Fethullah Gulen, who remains in the US.

Chicago Black Bloc uses US/CIA-backed Hong Kong Rioters’ tactics

YouTube Source: CPD Footage of July 17, 2020 Grant Park Protest

Bitchute: Black Bloc uses US/CIA-backed Hong Kong Rioters’ tactics


Coordinated Attack By Antifa Leaves 49 Chicago Officers Injured

“Pack an Umbrella”: Hong Kong Protesters Share Their Best Strategies and Tactics

Tracking foreign interference in Hong Kong

Which are really sourced from 🇺🇸! CIA Gene Sharps handbook. 😭😭 🇺🇸’s failed 🇭🇰#ColorRevolution


Former Writers for The Post Millennial Raise Concerns About the Right-Wing Outlet

Former Writers for The Post Millennial Raise Concerns About the Right-Wing Outlet

Heading into the 2020 presidential election season, The Post Millennial made inroads with far-right U.S. audiences, publishing attacks on journalists and aligning itself with the far-right movement, issuing a torrent of inflammatory smears against LGBTQ equality, racial justice, and anti-fascism. The first installment in RWW’s investigative series into The Post Millennial revealed that the outlet intersected with the far-right early in its inception despite presenting itself as center-right, its writers repeatedly violated the site’s own stated ethics policies, and leadership at the site maintained murky ties to conservative political campaigns. Our second installment examined the outlet’s oddly close relationship with far-right collaborator and disinformer Jack Posobiec, whose false reporting the outlet has defended and on whose perceived enemies the site has published attacks.

Trump to block U.S. downloads of TikTok, WeChat on Sunday

Trump to block U.S. downloads of TikTok, WeChat on Sunday

The commerce department announced Friday morning that it would ban U.S. business transactions with China-owned social apps WeChat and TikTok on Sunday.


Commerce Department Prohibits WeChat and TikTok Transactions to Protect the National Security of the United States

As of September 20, 2020, the following transactions are prohibited:

—Any provision of service to distribute or maintain the WeChat or TikTok mobile applications, constituent code, or application updates through an online mobile application store in the U.S.;

—Any provision of services through the WeChat mobile application for the purpose of transferring funds or processing payments within the U.S.

How to Plan a Coup

How to Plan a Coup

On September 10, Trump’s friend and adviser Roger Stone appeared on Infowars, the show run by the far-right conspiracy theorist Alex Jones. Convicted of lying to Congress and tampering with witnesses before they testified concerning the ties of the 2016 Trump campaign to Russia, Stone publicly asked Trump to commute his sentence and, in exchange, promised to campaign for him.

Stone was a political operative for Richard Nixon—he famously has a picture of Nixon tattooed on his back—and was a business partner of Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort, now also a convicted felon. Stone calls himself a “rat-f**ker” — a term used by Nixon insiders to describe electoral fraud and dirty tricks — and was an instigator of the “Brooks Brothers Riot” that shut down the recount of ballots in Florida in 2000.

In July, Trump commuted Stone’s 40-month prison sentence, and now, apparently, Stone is holding up his end of the deal.


Roger Stone’s dirty tricks helped sway the 2000 Florida recount