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About subverz

Freelance writer at IBTimes Tech + Activist focused on internet freedoms, censorship, over-prosecution, Anonymous, and a lot more.

North Korea Just Threatened to Sink US Nuclear Submarine

North Korea threatened to sink a US nuclear sub currently deployed in South Korean waters if the US take provocative action, responding to a statement from Donald Trump that the president won’t be “happy” if Pyongyang conducts another nuclear test. After the US deployed a nuclear-powered submarine and an aircraft carrier to South Korean waters… Read More »


The time has come for a global general strike on the most perfect day for such an event, International Workers Day, May 1 Workers World Party on why the time has come The May Day general strike should raise all the demands of the movements of the workers and oppressed against all the mounting attacks… Read More »

Turkey gov’t blocks access to Wikipedia

Users trying to access online encyclopaedia via Turkish internet providers receive ‘connection timed out’ error message. Turkey has blocked Wikipedia, the country’s telecommunications watchdog said on Saturday, citing a law that allows it to ban access to websites deemed obscene or a threat to national security. The move is likely to further worry rights groups… Read More »

North Korea Test-Fires Ballistic Missile

ust when you thought it was safe to sink into a tall glass of beer as US government shutdown was avoided, South Korea’s Yonhap News reports that the South Korean military has confirmed that North Korea has test-fired another ballistic missile.   (URGENT) N. Korea test-fires a ballistic missile: S. Korean military. — Yonhap… Read More »

U.S. Government To “Simulate Nuclear Blast Over Manhattan”

Something has aroused the interests of the American people… perhaps one too many coincidentally ‘useful’ event means government facilitators have jumped the shark? (via Google Trends) Which is perhaps why, after discovering Project Gotham Shield,’s Mac Slavo warns, a false flag watch is now active. A general alert is out for something major in… Read More »

American Airlines Employee Suspended After Hitting Mother, Challenging Passenger To A Fight

For US airline Public Relations teams, April has been the cruelest month on record. Less than two weeks after a 69-year-old doctor, David Dao, was hospitalized after Chicago aviation police dragged him from a United Airlines plane sparking international outrage and a public relations nightmare for the carrier, it is now American Airlines’ turn to… Read More »

North Korea Warns China Of “Catastrophic Consequences” For Siding With U.S.

Having repeatedly threatened the annihilation of its neightbor to the south, and most recently warning of a “super-mighty preemptive strike” against the US, one day after it emerged that Pyongyang appeared to have resumed activity at its Punggye-ri Nuclear test site, North Korea asked China not to step up anti-North sanctions, warning of “catastrophic consequences”… Read More »

BREAKING: Justice Dept. Charging WikiLeaks, Scrambles for Evidence, Threatens Media Freedoms

The US Justice Department, on the back of CIA director Mike Pompeo’s criticisms this week of WikiLeaks, have announced their renewed interest in formally charging Assange and other members of WikiLeaks. The only problem is they haven’t found anything to charge them with. Julian Assange’s stay in the Ecuadorian embassy is more about US extradition… Read More »

CIA Declares War Against WikiLeaks, Pompeo says Publication “Ends Now”

During the 2016 campaign tour of Donald Trump, Trump heaped praise on WikiLeaks. However, recently, Trump’s Mike Pompeo, the CIA director, has launched a war against WikiLeaks. Pompeo publicly denounced WikiLeaks’ founder Julian Assange, declaring the organization a “hostile nonstate intelligence service often abetted by state actors like Russia” and that “it ends now.” Pompeo… Read More »