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By Thierry Marignac
To Pour Ink On a Grave Again

Limonov & Marignac, early 1980s Paris Again, damnit! I’ve been doing this forever. Most of my friends kicked the bucket before I reached the ripe old age of 30. Addicts don’t live that long, heroin isn’t a nurturing mother, no…

Apr 10, 2020 | Leave Comment

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Filmsuck: a film podcast cohosted by Eileen Jones, The eXiled's infamous film critic

If you haven’t already, check out and subscribe to Filmsuck, a biweekly podcast about film…

Aug 12, 2019 | Leave Comment

By Mark Ames
ShamiWitness: When Bellingcat & Neocons Collaborated  With The Most Influential ISIS Propagandist On Twitter

Mark Ames is the co-host of the Radio War Nerd podcast. Subscribe to Radio War Nerd on Patreon. Who remembers @ShamiWitness? At the peak of ISIS’s power, @ShamiWitness stood out as the genocidal militia group’s “most influential Twitter account” according…

Oct 27, 2018 | Comments (6)

By Gary Brecher
The War Nerd: Anglo-American Media Complicity in Yemen's Genocide

We’re living through a massive artificial famine, right now. In NW Yemen, home of the Yemeni Shia who’ve fought off a Saudi-financed invasion, the “coalition” of invaders has settled on a slower, more effective strategy: artificial famine and blockade. This is how you kill off a troublesome population, not with bombs and guns alone. Hunger and disease are much better mass killers than firearms and bombs.

Jun 10, 2018 | Comments (3)


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By Yasha Levine
Fact-checking the Tor Project's government ties

I was able to obtain via FOIA roughly 2,500 pages of correspondence — including strategy sessions and contracts and budgets and status updates — between the Tor Project and its main funder, a CIA spinoff.

Mar 7, 2018 | Comments (1)

By Yasha Levine
Buy Yasha Levine's Surveillance Valley: The Secret Military History of the Internet

In Surveillance Valley, Yasha Levine traces the history of the internet back to its beginnings as a Vietnam-era tool for spying on guerrilla fighters and antiwar protesters–a military computer networking project that ultimately envisioned the creation of a global system…

Mar 5, 2018 | Comments (1)

By Mark Ames
Kathy Lally Was Caught Trying To Censor Journalism In Russia And Now Deceitfully Claims She's A Victim

I finally read Kathy Lally’s rambling screed. How do you respond to something so blatantly dishonest? A number of media contacts have told me that Lally shopped this hit piece around to multiple publications, but it was rejected for this…

Dec 18, 2017 | Comments (9)