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A formerly very active of global alternative news sites, but subject to attack by TPTB and now dormant in most countries.

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Indymedia is a formerly very active of global alternative news sites. It has been subject to various attacks by governments. Several local Indymedia discussion forums had a strong leaning towards 9/11 truth and so called "conspiracy theory" in the 2000s.


Indymedia was a response to misrepresentation of events at the WTO conference in 1999 in Seattle.[1][2]


The coverpage did not publish anything from 29 Nov 2013 to 28 Aug 2017.


On 25 August 2017 the German government raided and shut down Linksunten Indymedia. In response, Linksunten Indymedia released a statement the next day on their banned website declaring, “We will be back soon.” Solidarity demonstrations reportedly took place across Germany.[3]


Following the publication of a communiqué claiming responsibility for a fire in a garage at a Grenoble police depot (gendarmerie) during the night of September 20th/21st, Indymedia Grenoble and Indymedia Nantes were "threatened by the French police".[4]


  • Indymedia Scotland was suspended in 2015.[5]


Documents sourced from Indymedia

TitleTypeSubject(s)Publication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:Is Martin McGuinness a British Agent?articleThe Troubles
Martin McGuinness
6 February 2006Brian Nugent
File:Baxterinternationalinc investigation pharmafraud 2011.pdfReportVaccine
Baxter International
9 May 2011Pharma Watch'Pharma-watch' report of their investigation into the ethical and business practices of pharmaceuticals company Baxter International
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