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Opinion: Oh, grow up, Minneapolis Mayor Frey!

Minneapolis’s soy boy of a mayor, Jacob Frey, proves that no matter how much you abase yourself to the mob, you can never be woke enough. In a scene reminiscent of a Maoist struggle session, he stood before two black protest organizers Saturday and confessed through a mask into a …

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Trump: Coronavirus will go away without a vaccine

U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday broke with health experts, telling reporters that the coronavirus will “go away without a vaccine”. “This is going to go away without a vaccine, it’s gonna go away, and we’re not going to see it again, hopefully, after a period of time”, Trump said …

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Is Minneapolis shutting down its police department?

The majority of members on Minneapolis City Council in Minnesota, U.S. have announced that they are ready to commit themselves to getting rid of the city’s police department. The idea has become one of the rally cries of the ongoing protests. Council President Lisa Bender broke the news during a …

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Wayback machine is now scheming with censorship

The web page archive service Wayback Machine’s decision to additionally label already-deleted articles as ‘disinformation’ is internet history revisionism that comes at a time when critical thinking is desperately needed. Earlier this month, Wayback Machine took heed of MIT Technology Review’s protests that they are breathing life into debunked coronavirus …

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Video: Minneapolis looks like a war zone

A comment under the tweet: “Oh, those wacky ‘peaceful protests'”. Minneapolis, looking like the aftermath of a war. pic.twitter.com/eEiF6gkJdL— Mark Higgie (@MarkHiggie1) June 6, 2020 Source: Twitter Read also: Swedish policewoman kneels in front of Black Lives Matter demonstrators Did you like this?Tip Libra with Bitcoin Donate via Installed Wallet …

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New UK laws could criminalise journalism

British journalists and their sources are facing an unprecedented assault on freedom of speech, including the prospect of criminal prosecution. Threats aimed at whistleblowers and journalists were evident before the coronavirus crisis struck, but went largely unnoticed. The government’s Queen’s Speech in December included plans for new “espionage legislation”. It stressed the …

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