1. The family of Julian Assange pleads to drop the case. Julian Assange is clearly a political prisoner in the UK, who has been denied bail and has been tortured in prison. He has been inside since his arrest from the Ecuadorian Embassy on 11 April 2019, and has been held without trial or other basic rights of the accused since that time. Tommy Robinson managed to speak with Mr. Assange who according to Tommy, had been kept in solitary and was not in good shape. The case of Julian Assange makes a strong argument that there is at best, only a veneer of democracy in the United Kingdom. It is tragic that the important case of Julian Assange is being tarnished by association with the hard-core antisemite, Roger Waters. Try and garner what actual information we can from this video anyway. Julian Assange is clearly not guilty of the US charges since last year, phone call recordings where released where Mr. Assange was actually discussing the release of various documents with the US military in order to avoid any danger to US operatives.
2. This Tweet is why all Canadians must stand behind Maxime Bernier.
It’s all bullshit. https://t.co/tshpIOZ7BB
— Maxime Bernier (@MaximeBernier) June 13, 2021
3. Readers of this site will know that this report is the half truth which is often the damnedest of lies. We know that not only are the “vaccines” not an additional benefit, but can actually destroy the T cell immunity of people who recovered from Covid19. This was made clear by Dr. Peter McCullough
— ??RISE?? OR ??DIE?? (@altern8ending) June 13, 2021
(Something to keep in mind when the Canadian Census people tell you your information is private and secure. Each one of those companies has better security than the Canadian government for user data.)
Hackers using custom malware stole nearly 26 million login credentials—emails or usernames and associated passwords—from almost a million websites over a two-year period, including Amazon, Facebook, and Twitter, according to cybersecurity provider NordLocker.
The Trojan-type of malware infiltrated more than 3 million Windows-based computers between 2018 and 2020, with the cyber intruders making off with around 1.2 terabytes of personal information, according to a case study carried out by NordLocker in partnership with a third-party firm that specializes in data breach analysis.
The 26 million stolen login credentials were across 12 different website types, including social media, online gaming, and email services. They included such household names as Google (1.54 million), Facebook (1.47 million), Amazon (210,000), Apple (130,000), Netflix (170,000), and PayPal (150,000).
Thank you so much, EB., ET., Sassy, PC., Yucki, M., Johnny U., TB., C., Kalloi, MissPiggy, Rair Foundation, Gates of Vienna and MANY more who are working both tirelessly and through some pretty harsh adversarial conditions with the feint hope that someday, this information may allow people to make the best possible informed choices for themselves.