Wikipedia apparently disinforms on Douma’s alleged chemical weapons attack

The following screenshots display what is currently, as of July 9, 2018, at the Wikipedia page on the April 7th, 2018 Dhouma alleged chemical weapons attack. Provided below the page screen shots will be additional extensive evidentiary material that has either been removed from the page previously or not included, thus proving that the page is highly inaccurate when it comes to what actually took place at Dhouma, Syria on April 7, 2018, and is presented by official Wikipedia editors.


The end of net neutrality: The US ruling elite escalates campaign of internet censorship

ANDRE DAMON—Despite this overwhelming public opposition, the ending of net neutrality on Monday was met largely with silence on the part of the Democrats and their aligned media outlets, and the implementation of this sweeping attack on democratic rights was not even mentioned on the evening news. As with everything else in America, popular opinion in the end counts for nothing.


Why Do Democrats Want to Sabotage North Korea Talks?

GARY LEUPP—Practically the only good thing the world sees in Trump is his unexpected openness to talks with North Korea.  The prospect of a successful summit delights most people, including the leaders of China, South Korea, and Russia. That Feinstein & Co. should already be throwing cold water on any results shows how out of touch they are with the world, and how much they overestimate the extent of U.S. power. There seems to be a bipartisan embrace of idiocy.