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Screen Shot 2019-10-03 at 11.41.19 AM Proving Irony Isn’t Dead, World’s Largest Military Fears Joker Film Will Inspire Mass Shootings
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Helen Buyniski is a journalist and photographer based in New York City. She covers politics and sociology with a focus on propaganda and other systems of behavioral control. Motivated by a desire to expose injustice and hypocrisy and speak truth to power, she believes ending war and protecting free speech are the most important issues we face. Her work has appeared on RT, Global Research, Progressive Radio Network, No Lies Radio, and Veterans Today.
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Contributing Writer at http://helenofdestroy.com/
Helen Buyniski is a journalist and photographer based in New York City. She covers politics and sociology with a focus on propaganda and other systems of behavioral control. Motivated by a desire to expose injustice and hypocrisy and speak truth to power, she believes ending war and protecting free speech are the most important issues we face. Her work has appeared on RT, Global Research, Progressive Radio Network, No Lies Radio, and Veterans Today.
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Contributing Writer at http://helenofdestroy.com/
Helen Buyniski is a journalist and photographer based in New York City. She covers politics and sociology with a focus on propaganda and other systems of behavioral control. Motivated by a desire to expose injustice and hypocrisy and speak truth to power, she believes ending war and protecting free speech are the most important issues we face. Her work has appeared on RT, Global Research, Progressive Radio Network, No Lies Radio, and Veterans Today.
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The U.S. Army has warned its soldiers away from screenings of the new movie The Joker, citing “disturbing and very specific chatter in the dark...
pkd Surveillance for Everybody: Reading Pt. 5 of Whitney Webb’s Research into the Epstein Network
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Stephen Boni is both Ghion Journal's current editor and a contributing writer. His main interest is in analyzing the workings of empire and exploring ways to dismantle and replace systems of oppression. A conflicted New Englander with an affinity for people, music and avoiding isms, he lives in Oakland, California with his wife and young daughter.
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Stephen Boni is both Ghion Journal's current editor and a contributing writer. His main interest is in analyzing the workings of empire and exploring ways to dismantle and replace systems of oppression. A conflicted New Englander with an affinity for people, music and avoiding isms, he lives in Oakland, California with his wife and young daughter.
Stephen Boni
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Stephen Boni is both Ghion Journal's current editor and a contributing writer. His main interest is in analyzing the workings of empire and exploring ways to dismantle and replace systems of oppression. A conflicted New Englander with an affinity for people, music and avoiding isms, he lives in Oakland, California with his wife and young daughter.
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There are times when a potential future peeks back at you from its existence up ahead. That’s the feeling I got when reading Whitney Webb’s...