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      MY NEWS PUNCH F. DEJAHANG ➜⇢➤27-02-2020 ➽ ➜⇢➤Mainstream Vs. Alternative Media Page 11 PART 1

      MAIN FOLDER ➜⇢ ➽ ➤

      ‘For one, the information industry can easily muddy the waters of the understanding, thanks to their arsenal of weapons of mass confusion.’
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      ➜⇢ ➽ ➤ Democracy (Sham Democracy) Under Scrutiny
      Your Man in the Public Gallery – Assange Hearing Day 1 Woolwich Crown Court is designed to impose the power of the state. Normal courts in this country are public buildings, deliberately placed by our ancestors right in the centre of towns, almost always just up a few steps from a main street. The major purpose of their positioning and of their architecture was to facilitate public access in the belief that it is vital that justice can be seen by the public.
      Woolwich Crown Court, which hosts Belmarsh Magistrates Court, is built on totally the opposite principle. It is designed with no other purpose than to exclude the public. Attached to a prison on a windswept marsh far from any normal social centre, an island accessible only through navigating a maze of dual carriageways, the entire location and architecture of the building is predicated on preventing public access. It is surrounded by a continuation of the same extremely heavy duty steel paling barrier that surrounds the prison. It is the most extraordinary thing, a courthouse which is a part of the prison system itself, a place where you are already considered guilty and in jail on arrival. Woolwich Crown Court is nothing but the physical negation of the presumption of innocence, the very incarnation of injustice in unyielding steel, concrete and armoured glass. It has precisely the same relationship to the administration of justice as Guantanamo Bay or the Lubyanka. It is in truth just the sentencing wing of Belmarsh prison.
      ➜⇢ ➽ ➤ Erdogan Wants to Create an Islamic State in Northern Syria
      ➜⇢ ➽ ➤ Nigeria court adjourns trial of Sheikh Zakzaky again AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA): A court in Nigeria’s Kaduna state in a seemingly politically-motivated decision adjourned the trial of top Shia cleric Sheikh Ibrahim al-Zakzaky and his wife.

      According to the Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC) website, at the court session on Monday, the judge decided that the trial be adjourned until April 23-24.

      This is while the health conditions of the senior cleric and his wife, Zeenah, are deteriorating and they need immediate medical care, which has been denied by the Kaduna prison authorities.

      Masoud Shajareh, head of the IHRC, told IQNA that many court sessions have been held on this case over the past four years, most of which, like Monday’s session, have aimed to waste time and prolong the detention of the two.

      He also regretted that despite a court ruling, doctors were not allowed to see Sheikh Zakzaky and his wife on Monday.

      ➜⇢ ➽ ➤ Head of anti-Iran media confesses to selling intelligence on General Soleimani AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA): The organizer and head of the notorious website and Telegram channel, Amad News, Rouhollah Zam, confessed during his trial that he provided intelligence to the foreign spy agencies on the presence of Iranian military officials in the regional states, including the assassinated Commander of the IRGC Qods Force Lieutenant General Qassem Soleimani.

      The third court session of Zam who had been arrested by the IRGC in October was held on Tuesday.

      During the session, the representative of the prosecutor said that “the suspect has confessed that declaring the time and place of operations in Syria, travelling of the commanders, specially martyr General Qassem Soleimani, was one of his missions”.

      Zam himself also acknowledged to his spying on the trips of Iran's top military brass in the region.

      The prosecutor also said that proof shows that Zam had relayed intel on the time of General Soleimani's arrival in one of the regional states to the foreign intelligence agent informing him of a pending trip by a military delegation that probably included Qassem Soleiami to Iraq.

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      ➜⇢ ➽ ➤ FBI, NYPD Raid Fashion Exec Peter Nygard's Headquarters In Sex-Trafficking Pedophilia Investigation While the raid is the latest in an ongoing joint investigation, Nygard has racked up decades of sexual misconduct allegations culminating in lawsuits from nine women.
      That lawsuit was filed this month. On Sunday, The New York Times detailed how a fight with his wealthy neighbor led to the lawsuit, and also showed a pattern of complaints about sexual misconduct by Mr. Nygard stretching back 40 years.
      Nine women in Canada and California, mostly employees, have sued him or reported him to authorities alleging sexual harassment or assault since 1980. In addition, another nine former employees told The Times in interviews that he raped them, touched them inappropriately or proposed sex. -NYT
      The Times interviewed the 10 women - most of whom allege Nygard raped them during "pamper parties" in the Bahamas, his home since 1986. The parties, which mostly took place on Sundays at his lavish estate, featured young women who would receive 'pedicures, massages, Jet Ski rides and endless alcohol,' according to the report.
      Nygard has denied the charges, claiming that his adversary and neighbor in the Bahamas - hedge-fund billionaire Louis Bacon and his private investigators are behind the charges. Bacon says he wanted to get justice for the women.
      See here for more on the spat between Nygard and Bacon.

      ➜⇢ ➽ ➤ Could Central Bankers Use Coronavirus as the Scapegoat to Deflect Blame for the Next Imminent Global Economic Crisis?
      ➜⇢ ➽ ➤ CIA Whistleblower- Julian Assange Case Shows US Will Use Any Method to Quiet Dissent
      ➜⇢ ➽ ➤ Trump Meant Ebola, Not Coronavirus!
      White House Clarifies Trump Meant Ebola, Not Coronavirus After President Says "We Are Close To A Vaccine" President Donald Trump on Tuesday continued his ill-advised campaign to downplay concerns about the global coronavirus pandemic, but don't you dare call it that according to the Chinese PR and tourism agency known as the World Health Organization, saying it was "very well under control in our country," one day after the White House requested $2.5 billion in emergency funding to deal with the epidemic.
      “We have very few people with it," Trump told reporters during a press conference in New Delhi as he wrapped up his two-day visit to India. "The people are getting, they’re all getting better...I think the whole situation will start working out."
      Trump's campaign to boost confidence in the US coronavirus response came one day after the Dow posted just its third 1,000+ point drop in history amid fears of a global coronavirus pandemic. As such, Trump's push was focused on avoiding another major drop in his favorite barometer of presidential popularity: the stock market.

      ➜⇢ ➽ ➤ Lawyer Complains of Prison Treatment of WikiLeaks' Assange LONDON - A lawyer for Julian Assange complained Tuesday that the WikiLeaks founder was handcuffed 11 times, stripped naked twice and had court papers taken away on the first day of a hearing on his extradition to the United States.
      Attorney Edward Fitzgerald told a judge that the treatment of Assange at London’s Belmarsh Prison “could be a contempt of this court.” The extradition hearing opened on Monday at Woolwich Crown Court, which is located next to the prison.
      District Judge Vanessa Baraitser, who is hearing the case, said she had no power to act unless Assange became unable to participate in the proceedings, which are expected to last several months.

      ➜⇢ ➽ ➤ Stefania Maurizi: Julian Assange 'Paying Price' for Exposing WAR CRIMES+TORTURE

      ➜⇢ ➽ ➤ Seeing Through the Lies – US Edition 186

      The Guardian newspaper has taken the art of obfuscation, false implication and the subtler forms of journalistic lying to new heights in its very extensive coverage of the Roger Stone sentencing saga. It has now devoted fourteen articles in the last fortnight to this rather obscure episode of American political history. Yet in not one of those articles – nor in more than a dozen articles about the Stone case that preceded it over the last few months – has the Guardian informed its readers what Stone was actually convicted of doing.
      Stone was convicted of giving false testimony and misleading the FBI, because he claimed to be a conduit between Wikileaks and Trump when he was not. There was no conduit between Wikileaks and Trump. Stone was also convicted of witness intimidation, because once his fantasies got him into trouble he tried to browbeat my friend Randy Credico into backing up his tale.

      ➜⇢ ➽ ➤ How Saudi Arabia Infiltrated Twitter
      “Proactive and reactively we will delete evil my brother.”
      Ali Alzabarah was panicked. His heart raced as he drove home from Twitter’s San Francisco headquarters in the early evening on Dec. 2, 2015. He needed to leave the country — quickly.
      Earlier that day, Twitter’s management accused the unassuming 32-year-old of accessing thousands of user profiles without authorization to pass their identifying information — including phone numbers and IP addresses — reportedly to Bader al-Asaker, the head of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s charity and private office. When the conversation concluded, management seized Alzabarah’s laptop, put him on administrative leave, and escorted him out of the building.

      ➜⇢ ➽ ➤ Syria Stands As A Mega-Embarrassment For America
      For a long time, America has tried to ignore and distance itself from its role in making Syria the disaster it is today. Syria stands as a mega-embarrassment that shines a spotlight on America’s failed foreign policy. To say President Obama blew it is an understatement. His inexperience took us down a rabbit hole with each turn revealing more ugliness than the one before. Both Obama and Trump pledged to reduce America’s role in Afghanistan and Iraq but it has proven easier said than done, it has also had massive far-reaching ramifications.
      By reassuring and almost encouraging the people of Syria to rise up and overthrow their brutal leader Obama started a series of events that has taken countless lives and destroyed millions of others. Three of the most damaging developments flowing from this are the development of ISIS, the flow of millions of refugees into Europe, and the bombing and destruction of cities and innocent civilians. Continued violence in the region over the last decade has spurred the destabilizing mass migration of millions of people from the area.

      ➜⇢ ➽ ➤ H/T Behrad Nakhai The CIA Insider's Guide to the Iran Crisis: From CIA Coup to the Brink of War
      A new book by Gareth Porter and former CIA
      official John Kiriakou called “The CIA Insider's Guide to the Iran Crisis: From CIA Coup to the Brink of War”. Just published this month, it
      provides a history of U.S. policy toward Iran, that departs from the accepted narrative, starting with the overthrow of Mossadegh and ending with the Trump administration's moves to deprive the Islamic Republic of any oil exports whatever and the Pompeo-Bolton efforts to create an artificial atmosphere of crisis in 2019 and 2020 over what was presented as an Iranian threat to attack U.S. personnel in the region. The book covers events through October 2019 and thus provides essential background to the Soleimani assassination and the January 2020 crisis.
      The unique contributions of the book include a documented account of how and why Iran has relied on missiles in the hands of regional allies as a substitute for a conventional ballistic missile force that Iranian leaders viewed as early as 1999 and have continued to view ever since as inadequate for the deterrence of Israel and the United States.

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