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Update: Read our re-cap of the Platform Cooperativism event.
Article and images cross-posted from YES! Magazine. Article and images by Martin do Nascimento.
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In this interview, Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange reveals, among other things, that the governments of Saudi Arabia and Qatar are funding ISIS and have been making huge financial contributions to the Clintons. Just published today, November 5, 2016.
Julian Assange has been living for the past four years in the Ecuadoran embassy in London. While he has not been charged with any crime and the early allegations against him have been shown to be without merit, there is no doubt that if he sets foot outside the embassy he will be taken into custody by police and extradited to either Sweden or the United States. Assange is a political prisoner of the global elite Establishment.
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