archives

fowlchicago

Chicago-based support group for WikiLeaks. We are always looking for new members who would like to help study and publish reports based on new document releases from WikiLeaks as they come out, as well as to provide public support for Julian Assange, Chelsea Manning, Edward Snowden and all whistleblowers who come under attack from the US Government. People of all political stripes are welcome (except fascists). Join us!
fowlchicago has written 91 posts for Friends of WikiLeaks – Chicago

DOCUMENT: Laquan McDonald Murder – Cook County Medical Examiner’s “Report of Postmortem Examination”

FULL VERSION_Cook-County-medical-examiner-s-report-on-Laquan #16ShotsAndACoverup  #LaquanMcDonald Advertisements

Eva Cockcroft: “Abstract Expressionism, Weapon of the Cold War” (1974)

We are pleased to be able to publish one of the groundbreaking essays which exposed the US Government’s creation of the Abstract Expressionist “art movement” as a weapon to oppose “socialist realism” art and to “prove to the world” that in the USA, artists had a freedom of expression which could be found nowhere else … Continue reading

WikiLeaks and their “Ex-CIA” Friends: Opening the Gates Wide to The CIA’s Trojan Horses

“Those who forget the past are condemned to repeat it.” This maxim should be emblazoned in the consciousness of every anti-capitalist political activist. The capitalist world is a very dangerous place for those who wish to reform it; for those who wish to overthrow it and replace it with something better it is absolutely deadly. … Continue reading

Demonstrations and Vigils Planned Worldwide June 17-21 to Defend WikiLeaks and End the Persecution of Julian Assange

[UPDATED – 18 JUNE 2018 11:38 PM Chicago time] With the US Government hell-bent on the persecution of WikiLeaks and its founder and editor Julian Assange for the “crime” of telling the workers of the world the truth about “our” governments, and with the UK, USA and Ecuadorean governments having conspired to turn an offer … Continue reading

#TwitterCensorship hits @FoWLChi for the third time!

Fucking, fucking Twitter!  They claim we were “exhibiting automated behavior” on our Twitter account.  How the hell they came to that conclusion is beyond us.  The night we got shut down we were having live conversation with various people openly online. Obviously they are pretending to be repairing the self-inflicted damage they caused for themselves … Continue reading

Revenge of the Democrats: “WikiLeaks/Assange response to strange Freedom of the Press Foundation ‘ultimatum'”

The liberals in and around the Democratic Party of the US loved WikiLeaks when it was exposing the crimes of the Republicans in the Iraq and Afghan wars. It was in those days that liberal Democrats like Chicago actor John Cusack eagerly helped organize the Freedom of the Press Foundation (FotPF) when PayPal and US … Continue reading

New from WikiLeaks: Vault 8 – “Hive” – Defanged Source Code Released

Friends of WikiLeaks Chicago Monitoring Pro-Fascist Posts of Julian Assange

We would like to inform our readers that we are aware of the recent pro-fascist Twitter postings of @JulianAssange and that we have attempted to contact him in the past few hours directly via communication methods that have worked in the very recent past. We have, for years now, privately warned Julian Assange of the … Continue reading

Twitter Trolls Trigger Censorship of Friends of WikiLeaks Account

  Ah the joys of life on the Internets here in the “Land Of The Free(TM)”! You may have noticed that our Twitter account is sitting dead in the water since last night (27 July 2017).  That is because it has been locked by Twitter, apparently at the behest of a bunch of Twitter creeps … Continue reading

Text of US ex-VP Biden’s 2014 Revelation that Saudis, Emiratis and Turks Armed ISIS

We publish here our transcript of US ex-Vice-President Joe Biden’s impromptu and unauthorised 2014 revelation that ISIL/ISIS were being supplied with money and weapons by US allies Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and Turkey. Speaking to an audience composed of students and faculty at Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government on 2 October 2014, … Continue reading

Follow us on Twitter

Categories

Advertisements