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  • Alt-Right Leaders are Dropping Left and Right in 2017

    If it wasn’t obvious by now, Alt_Medi4 has absolutely nothing to do with the alt-right, it is just an unfortunate coincidence. Regardless, last year they were on top of the world, this year they have been fired, forced to resign or find themselves in court for the very work which once made them internet superstars. Chronicling the fall of 4 of the alt-rights most prominent leaders in 2017

  • Amnesty International Urges UN Not To Abandon Western Sahara Refugees

    On April 27th 2017, The United Nations Security Council will vote whether to renew or withdraw international peace keeping troops from several refugee camps in Western Sahara. Ahead of the vote, Amnesty International is raising awareness for the situation and urging the UN to renew their commitment to the area.

  • Study: 34% of Russians Think War With USA May Be Immanent

    From Syria to Iran to North Korea, the US’s relationship with Russia is quickly deteriorating. Public poll data from inside Russia suggests that Russian citizens no longer feel that US relations with Russia will improve under Trump. Instead, more and more people believe the future is looking bleaker by the day.

  • Analysis: US Senate Introduces New Cybersecurity Legislation

    Senator Brian Schatz (D-HI) has introduced new legislation aimed at updating the Cyber Security Enhancement Act of 2014, by mandating the National Institute of Standards and Technology to provide cyber security resources to American businesses in the future. Learn why Democrats are pushing this issue so heavily in 2017 and why ironically, this Bill may actually harm many small businesses in America.

  • UN Investigation: Taliban Has Increased Drug Production 244% Since US Invasion of Afghanistan In 2001

    What are the results of 16 years of War in Afghanistan? In 2017 the Taliban is generating more revenue than ever before and has increased their territory by 244%, from 82,000 hectares in 2001 to 201,000 hectares by the end of 2016. Meanwhile, the US homeland is now facing an “opioid/heroin epidemic” from the same drugs the Taliban grows and produces.

  • Controversial British Nationalist Movement Hacked

    The website of Britain First was defaced and two of the groups leaders had their Twitter accounts hacked, warning the group to stop acting racist and threatening to deploy bombs at the groups upcoming rally. Ghost Squad appears to have claimed responsibility for the hack.

  • Reports: Evacuations In 4 Syrian Towns Begin After Assad and Rebels Strike Peace Accord

    According to reporting by Middle East Eye, “At least 80 buses left the government-held towns of Fua and Kafraya in Idlib province in the northwest” early Friday morning. Adding that “More than 30,000 people are expected to be evacuated under the deal, which began on Wednesday with an exchange of prisoners between rebels and government forces.”

  • Fact Checking Mike Pompeo’s First Public Speech

    Mike Popeo gave is first public speech as acting Director of the CIA today and honestly, there were certain statements I could not overlook. It is not the 1930’s and the American public is not as quick to just blindly accept everything the Government tells them anymore. I know the CIA is not exactly used to accountability, but deliberate political misinformation must be called out an condemned just as equally as we call out and condemn Russian propaganda.

  • A DDoS Attack May Have Changed History

    The UK released a report entitled “Lessons Learned from The EU Referendum” on April 12th, 2016. In it, Parliament suggests that Russian and/or Chinese actors launched a DDoS attack on the UK’s voter registration site, literally preventing 100’s of thousands of voters from signing up during the last days of registration ahead of the referendum vote.