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Oops: The New York Times Accidentally Exposed 'The Hillary Clinton-Russia Nexus'! | Investor's Business Daily
THE CLINTON FAMILY BUSINESS There may be no Clinton Foundation office in Moscow or St. Petersburg, but it is not for lack of trying. Bill Clinton received half a million dollars in 2010 for a speech he gave in Moscow, paid by a Russian firm, Renaissance Capital, that has ties to Russian intelligence. The Clinton Foundation took money from Russian officials and oligarchs, including Victor Kekselberg, a Putin confidant. The Foundation also received millions of dollars from Uranium One, which was sold to the Russian government in 2010, giving Russia control of 20% of the uranium deposits in the U.S. —  the sale required approval from Hillary Clinton's State Department. What's more, at least some of these donations weren't disclosed. "Ian Telfer, the head of the Russian government's uranium company, Uranium One, made four foreign donations totaling $2.35 million to the Clinton Foundation. Those contributions were not publicly disclosed by the Clintons, despite an agreement Mrs. Clinton had struck with the Obama White House to publicly identify all such donors," the Times has reported.
trump  clintons  russia  conspiracy 
1 hour ago by astrogirl
The Censorship Master Plan Decoded – Introduction - Dave Hodges - The Common Sense Show
To date, no one has assembled a comprehensive compendium of the aggressive censorship strategies and mechanisms now being deployed against users being targeted by the tech giants. This document aims to serve as a primer “blueprint” to explain both the motivations behind the extreme censorship as well as the technical / mechanical means through which such censorship is carried out.

This document should be required reading for any lawmaker, regulator or judicial decision maker interested in protecting the freedom of speech that has served as a critical pillar in our society for over two centuries.

Today’s attacks on the First Amendment are being carried out by a “triple threat” tag-team of institutions:

leftists  conspiracy  socialmedia 
23 hours ago by astrogirl
How my research on DNA ancestry tests became "fake news"
I was not surprised to see our research twisted by fake news and satire websites. Conspiracy theories are meant to be just as entertaining as they are convincing. They also provide a way out of confronting reality and reckoning with facts that don’t confirm preexisting worldviews. For white nationalists and racists, if test results showed traces of African American or Jewish ancestry, either the tests did not work, or the results were planted by some ideologically motivated scientists, or the tests were part of a global war against whites. With conspiracy theories, debunking is rarely useful because the individual is often searching for an interpretation that confirms their prior beliefs.

As such, DNA conspiracy theories allow white supremacists to plan new escape routes for the traps they laid for themselves long ago. With DNA testing, the one-drop rule—a belief made law in the 1900s that one drop of African blood makes one Black—becomes transmuted genealogically into the one-percent rule, according to which to remain racially white, an individual’s results must show no sign of African or Jewish origin. Through the genealogical lens, American white nationalists consider “one hundred percent European” as good results, which in turn substantiates their “birth right” to the United States as a marker of heredity and conquest.
racism  science  fake-news  conspiracy  genealogy  dna  dna-testing 
4 days ago by jm
The Complexity of Simply Searching For Medical Advice | WIRED
This is what Michael Golebiewski at Bing calls a "data void," or search void: a situation where searching for answers about a keyword returns content produced by a niche group with a particular agenda. It isn’t just Google results—keyword voids are happening on social too. The most shared articles about vitamin K on Facebook are anti-vax, and the CrowdTangle analytics platform shows those articles are reaching an audience of millions. YouTube results are no better; several of the top 10 results feature notable immunology expert Alex Jones.
YouTube  search  conspiracy  google  antivaxx 
7 days ago by max_read
It's been 16 years since 9/11 and there's an emerging pattern to recent "terrorist" events. [final update] : conspiracy
Dates to Watch 2018
Date Delta Likelihood
07/09 2018 6144 days Medium
07/31 2018 6166 days High
08/11 2018 6177 days Medium
08/22 2018 6188 days High
09/02 2018 6199 days Medium
10/06 2018 6233 days Medium
11/08 2018 6266 days Medium
12/11 2018 6299 days Low
Date Delta Likelihood
07/23 2018 16y10m11d Medium
07/31 2018 16y10m19d High
08/23 2018 16y11m11d Medium
08/31 2018 16y11m19d High
8 days ago by astrogirl
Big Dots — Do They Connect? Steele and Skripal RevisitedThe American Spectator
Now, that’s quite interesting. If Skripal had been in regular contact with Russian military intelligence in London, and was also the “Russian intelligence source” for the Steele dossier, then we have this lovely line connecting many things. But is it true? “The Russian embassy said it was not aware of any meetings,” the Independent reported, not that that means a thing.

The story continues:

Mr Morozov also said he was sure that Russian President Vladimir Putin had nothing to do with the alleged poisoning.

“Putin can’t be behind this. I know how the Kremlin works, I worked there. Who is Skripal? He is nothing for Putin. Putin doesn’t think about him”, he said.

“There is nobody in Kremlin talking about former intelligence officer who is nobody. There is no reason for this. It is more dangerous for them for such things to happen.”
russia  conspiracy  2016elections 
9 days ago by astrogirl

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