Thanks to the critically acclaimed movie “The Post,” which opens this weekend, the story of whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers is again part of the public discourse. But there is much more to it than the movie shows, Ellsberg tells WhoWhatWhy in this recent podcast.… Continue to post
With growing speculation of war with North Korea and familiar apocalyptic rhetoric in recent times, the United States and North Korea have participated in increasingly bellicose exchanges. By Joshua Cho These recent exchanges range from President Trump calling on other nations to stop financing and trading with North Korea because…
David Wilcock New Article 12-25-17… “Stunning New Briefings: Mass Indictments, Targeted Arrests and Disclosure” [Section II] This is section 2 of David’s two-section article. Section 1 was posted on this blog, here. As with section 1, this section alone is a HUGE article in itself.… Continue to post
There's no set date yet, but it's getting close.
Milestones: The De-Program Network has surpassed 100,000,000 visits since January 1, 2018 & there is still 9 days left for the month of January with 4112 unique URLs in 4855 links & growing.
Big SHOUT OUT for all of you who helped make it possible.
Until we "officially" open: Enter at your own risk.