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IN THE NEWS | 7 August 2017

One World of Nations
7 August 2017

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OWON: Why isn't she in front of a special prosecutor? Go for this Chump - Go for IT!

Loretta Lynch communicated with DOJ officials using grandmother's name as alias

Loretta Lynch has been busted using an alias to communicate with DOJ officials, per a tweet by Kim Dotcom last night. The revelation comes after internet sleuths sifted through a new release of emails obtained via FOIA request by the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) last week (link here to PDF) and found an email from “Elizabeth Carlisle” to colleagues, thanking “to all who worked on this.”

BREAKING: Did Loretta Lynch use an alias to communicate with DOJ officials and why? Who is Elizabeth Carlisle? Dear Internet, investigate!

— Kim Dotcom (@KimDotcom) August 5, 2017


OWON: A nice human touch.

Restaurant ships milkshake across US to grant dying woman's final wish

A restaurant has granted a dying woman’s last wish by shipping a milkshake across the US to her deathbed.

Emily Pomeranz, who has terminal pancreatic cancer, wanted a favourite mocha milkshake from her Ohio hometown diner but was in a hospice 370 miles away.

Her thoughtful friend, Sam Klein, got in touch with Tommy’s in Cleveland Heights, Ohio, to arrange the overnight shipping order.

Tommy Fello, the owner of the diner, put the milkshake on dry ice and shelled out £93 to post it to Washington DC, where Ms Pomeranz was spending her final moments.

The drink reached her bedside four days before she passed away last Friday.


OWON: This, if truth, deserves to be out and tested.

Seymour Hersh: "RussiaGate Is A CIA-Planted Lie, Revenge Against Trump"

Submitted by Investigative historian Eric Zuesse is the author, most recently, of They’re Not Even Close: The Democratic vs. Republican Economic Records, 1910-2010, and of CHRIST’S VENTRILOQUISTS: The Event that Created Christianity.

During the latter portion of a phone-call by investigative journalist, Seymour Hersh, Hersh has now presented “a narrative [from his investigation] of how that whole fucking thing began,” including who actually is behind the ‘RussiaGate’ lies, and why they are spreading these lies.

In a youtube video upload-dated August 1st, he reveals from his inside FBI and Washington DC Police Department sources — now, long before the Justice Department’s Special Counsel Robert Mueller will be presenting his official ‘findings’ to the nation — that the charges that Russia had anything to do with the leaks from the DNC and Hillary Clinton’s campaign to Wikileaks, that those charges spread by the press, were a CIA-planted lie, and that what Wikileaks had gotten was only leaks (including at least from the murdered DNC-staffer Seth Rich), and were not from any outsider (including ’the Russians’), but that Rich didn’t get killed for that, but was instead shot in the back during a brutal robbery, which occurred in the high-crime DC neighborhood where he lived.


OWON: Rumour says it will be out this fall.

Russia’s biggest banks take lead in embracing blockchain technology

Banks in Russia are looking to make transactions safer and faster by adopting blockchain technology, a system that is currently changing the financial sector, Bloomberg reports.

The country's biggest lenders, including Sberbank and VTB Group, have reportedly developed a distributed ledger called Masterchain.

The mechanism is based on a modified ethereum protocol and complies with Russian national security standards and is supported by the country's central bank, according to the FinTech Association.

“Russia’s not a very developed banking market. The top banks here are betting that they can catch up and maybe even overtake their Western competitors in their adaptation of this type of technology,” Vyacheslav Putilovsky, an analyst at Moscow-based rating company Expert RA told Bloomberg.

The blockchain is essentially a specifically designed platform that allows two or more partners to enter into a smart contract without an intermediary. The technology may also be used to verify contracts, intellectual property rights and online public ledgers without a third party.

Applications of this kind may significantly transform the global financial system along with other industries.



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