With his landslide victory, Volodymyr Zelensky, a comedian who won 73 percent of the vote, will become the president of Ukraine. Understanding how this occurred becomes easy when people review U.S. government documents published by WikiLeaks about outgoing President Petro Poroshenko.
UPDATE 1:52 PM EST:
Last fall, a court filing in the Eastern District of Virginia inadvertently suggested that the Justice Department had indicted WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. The Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, and other outlets reported soon after that Assange had likely been secretly indicted for conspiring with his sources to publish classified government material and hacked documents belonging to the Democratic National Committee, among other things.
Read more. Source: [Revision] More Than a Data Dump | Harper’s Magazine
Real journalism is being criminalized by thugs in plain sight, says John Pilger. Dissent has become an indulgence. And the British elite has abandoned its last imperial myth: that of fairness and justice. By John Pilger
…don’t expect me, or other decent people to follow it to the letter…Q.
We just received confirmation from @DiEM_25 that the Ecuadorian embassy’s heating has been off in November & December. #Assange is freezing! Is there anything you can do about this @MashiRafael? @Lenin is going to end up killing him. pic.twitter.com/ksiLdNTZRU
— Dame Cathy Vogan (@CathyVoganSPK) December 29, 2018