Thierry Meyssan, Information Clearing House “Moscow called for a special meeting of the Security Council on 28 October 2016, to debate the cooperation between the UNO and certain regional organisations. Ambassador Vladimir Churkin, who was then presiding the Council, invited the representative of the Commonwealth of Independent States (Russian Sergey Ivanov, CIS), the Collective Security Treaty Organisation (Russian General Nikolai Bordyuzha, CSTO) and the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (Tajik Rashid Alimov, SCO0” read
Julian Assange Emerges in New Interview — Denies Rumors of WikiLeaks CIA Takeover read
David Lindorff, Democratic Losers and their Media Backers Seek a Scapegoat for Their Own Disaster “But the Chicago Tribune has weighed in with a more measured piece, suggesting that while the CIA, a particularly secretive and politically driven organization, may be making that claim, the FBI is not convinced.” read
Binoy Kampmark, Mainstream Assumptions: The CIA, Presidential Elections, and the Russian Connection read
Daniel Espinosa Winder, “The Russians are Coming!”: Where Is This ‘Digital Watergate’ Propaganda Campaign Going? read
Stephen Lendman, “Silly Rhetoric and Laughable Nonsense”: Obama Vows Retaliation Against Russia for Nonexistent US Election Hacking read
AHT Staff, Israel’s Defense Minister Outlines Plan to Divide Syria and Iraq along Sectarian Lines read
Whistleblower John Kiriakou Critiques the CIA’s Behavior read
Norman Solomon, Under Amazon’s CIA Cloud : The Washington Post : Information Clearing House : ICH read
Elizabeth Preza, Secret CIA analysis nails Russia for trying to help Trump win: report read
Adam Entous, CIA: Russia tried to help Trump win read
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