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Kim Dotcom
Entrepreneur, Innovator, Gamer, Artist, Internet Freedom Fighter & Father of 5
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Suzie Dawson 11h
You wanted it, here it comes :) OPENING THE FIVE EYES: EXPOSING THE SPIES - a Live Event I'll be schooling viewers on how intelligence agencies have control over every aspect of human society, next Sunday 22 September @ 8pm Eastern / 5pm Pacific
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WikiLeaks 15h
Julian's brother Gabriel Shipton after Belmarsh prison visit: “In his eyes and voice were signs that this hell was working its hardest in crushing any hope he had left.. I held back tears as I realised this could be one of the last times I see him.”
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Kim Dotcom Sep 14
Who’s the biggest beneficiary of Saudi oil facilities burning? US 🇺🇸 1. Saudi will have to increase security supplied by the US 2. Oil prices will rise and the US is now a large exporter of Oil 3. US can blame Iran, go to war, take control of Iran’s oil which pays for the war
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Kim Dotcom Sep 14
There are very few real Judges anymore. They are mostly government typists these days. In New Zealand the Court of Appeal just ruled that it is OK for spies to spy on you illegally and then keep the illegal activity secret in the interest of “national security”.
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Chris Williamson MP #GTTO Sep 14
Plans to hold Julian Assange in detention after his unjust sentence ends is an outrage. Britain is increasingly behaving like a tin-pot dictatorship in its dealing with him. I'm raising his unjust treatment with the Home Sec
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Kim Dotcom Sep 14
What did US intelligence agencies know about the drone attacks against Saudi oil facilities? And did they choose not to tell the Saudis?
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Los Angeles Times Sep 13
“Glory to Hong Kong” was written just three weeks ago by a composer identified only as “Thomas dgx yhl.” The song has ignited Hong Kong’s protest movement.
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Kim Dotcom Sep 14
Poor bankers 🔥😭📉
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Kim Dotcom Sep 14
Would you invest in the IPO of Saudi Aramco? 🔥 And if not, why not?
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Kim Dotcom Sep 14
And today Saudi Arabia’s major oil facilities are burning. Saudi Arabia acts recklessly because of a power trip by a juvenile Killer Prince. Maybe the King should have a word with his son and encourage him to focus on his art collection? Saudi Arabia is clearly very vulnerable.
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Kim Dotcom Sep 14
Saudi killer Prince murders a journalist in his embassy and bombs schools and hospitals in Yemen. Now Saudi Arabia’s oil wealth is burning at a cost of over $1 billion per day. 50,000 dead Yemenis and Khashoggi. Thats a lot of bad Karma. Evil always fails in the end. Bye bye MBS.
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Kim Dotcom Sep 13
All major Saudi oil refineries are burning. Saudi Arabia can’t afford losing its only source of income while the US is increasing its oil market share. The world’s largest funder of terrorism is suddenly the recipient of terror attacks. Karma? War in Yemen may soon be over.
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Kim Dotcom Sep 13
One day after this headline major oil refineries in Saudi Arabia are exploding. How convenient 😂
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Suzie Dawson Sep 13
There needs to be a global movement to outlaw spies, spying and spycraft. Urgently. These parasites - in this thread I'll explain why this is precisely what they are - are behind literally every single ill in our society and our politics and are what prevents us making progress
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Kim Dotcom Sep 13
Most Judges these days seem to be typists for the government. When was the last time you read a revolutionary judgement in which government wrongdoing was scrutinized and punished? The justice system is failing the people.
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WikiLeaks Sep 13
“The behaviour of the British government towards Assange is a disgrace, a profanity on the very notion of human rights. It's no exaggeration to say that the treatment and persecution of Julian Assange is the way dictatorships treat political prisoners.”
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WikiLeaks Sep 13
This morning’s hearing was not a bail hearing, it was a technical hearing. Despite this, The magistrate preemptively refused bail before the defence requested it.
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WikiLeaks Sep 13
Magistrate says Assange to remain in prison indefinitely. He has been in increasing forms of deprivation of liberty since his arrest 9 years ago, one week after he started publishing Cablegate. The Cablegate portion of US charges amount to a life sentence. 50 out of 175 years.
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Kim Dotcom Sep 13
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Kim Dotcom Sep 13
Germany is the best example in producing high quality products at a profit while paying workers good wages. Like in previous years Germany once again runs the world's largest current account surplus in 2019. US has the world’s largest deficit with $500b.
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