RT News has been attacked by our rulers. That is, Zuckerberg and other idiots who scream at us nonstop about how evil we are to use energy while he and his buddies gulp down energy like madmen. RT had been removed from various media outlets right before the inauguration of Trump. I use RT News a lot because they have great information about our military and the CIA.
Dataminr, the Twitter-based news-breaking service that supports news agencies around the world, has denied RT service, with immediate effect.
The US digital start-up has yet to provide any official explanation behind the decision, but referred to a “review of how we work with government agencies” during a call in which RT was informed of the service denial.
The CIA works for Wall Street, of course, and is a big part of the Bilderberg gang business, of course.
Facebook blocks RT from posting until after Trump inauguration but it also turns out that the blocking of RT News was a ‘mistake’.
RT has been blocked from posting content to its Facebook page. The ban, according to the Facebook bot, will last until Saturday 10:55pm Moscow time (2:55pm EST) and will extend across US president-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration.
UPDATE: After about 20 hours, Facebook has restored RT’s ability to post live streams, images, and videos to the over four million followers of its page on the social network.
A misplaced live streaming rights strike during RT’s broadcast of President Obama’s final press conference seems to have triggered the ban.
RT’s Head of Social media, Ivor Crotty, said “the live-rights strike seems to be part of an algorithmic failure to acknowledge rights acquired by broadcasters, and we hope it will be resolved in the short term.”
US IT giants Facebook, Microsoft, Google and Apple refused to attend the hearing organized by the German Parliamentary Committee investigating the US National Security Agency (NSA) spying scandal, the committee’s working group spokesman said Thursday.
According to the committee’s statement, the companies had repeatedly indicated their readiness to take part in an open hearing and even asked to reschedule it for January 20, but then changed their mind.
In 2013, Snowden revealed that the personal communications of dozens of world leaders including German Chancellor Angela Merkel had been monitored by US intelligence agencies. The revelations triggered a major public outcry in Germany, with Merkel accusing the United States of breaching the trust of its allies.
Looks like Assange may surrender to the CIA in the deal he made with Obama, it seems, that they will release Mannings. I hope Assange can tolerate the torture they will inflict like they did to Mannings!
I have to go out and do things for the family all day today which is a bit irritating due to the news happening today but that is it: we have to do things because this is the right thing to do.