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Information is Free - Anonymous Support for Wikileaks
A video remix for the support of free information on the net and Wikileaks.
Anonymous message about ACTA Laws, internet censorship and copyright.
Rap News 5： News World Order - the war on journalism (ft. Julian Assange)
The Juice Media
Who let the Logs out!? Wikileaks drops 400,000 classified documents shedding new light on the Iraq war—the biggest leak of classified military documents in history—sending shockwaves across the Fourth Estate. Rap News marks the occasion by inviting into the studio the former US Secretary of Offense, Donald Rumsfeld. But what starts out as a conventional Rap News interview soon descends into mayhem as the live feed is hijacked by News World Order, eager to spin the record like a disc jockey on crack.
Rap News 6: Wikileaks' Cablegate - the truth is out there
The Juice Media
December 2010 and Cablegate has burst open. With a steady trickle of Diplomatic communiques leaking out every single day, the Book of Revelations is expanding dramatically. In all the hubbub, the global community is forced to ask questions of its leaders. At the same time, perhaps a stronger focal point for international attention is the Wikileaks leader, the elusive Julian Assange, whose impact on the global scene is testing the limits of freedom of the press. How will governmental representatives from North America, Europe and the Middle East react to having their dirty laundry leaked? Is it all just an insidious Blue Beam Psi-Ops plot hypnotically seeded by MK Ultra, the Rhodes Scholars and the TriLateral Commission? Will the world ever be the same again? Join your affable host Robert Foster, as he executes a rhyme inquisition on some of the key players in the Wiki-saga. It's diplomatic Rhym-aggedon...
Stand for freedom. Stand with Anonymous to tyrants, the downtrodden are nameless
Why We Protest
Since its inception, the internet has provided new ways for people all over the world to exercise the rights of free speech, freedom of the press and freedom of assembly. These rights are not simply the benefits of a free society--they are the very means of preserving that society's freedom. The recent increase in government interference with these freedoms coincides with the failure of the corporate media to fulfill their vital role in checking the abuse of authority. Censorship and journalistic abdication have left citizens unaware and unable to hold their governments accountable.
Terror in Jakarta - A bomb package exploded in Utan Kayu (WARNING, SHOCKING SCENE!)
Jakarta was rocked by the three bomb packages sent to three targets on March 15, 2011. One of them was sent to the Islamic Liberation Network in Utan Kayu, East Jakarta. It exploded while it was being diffused by the police.
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