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Aiding her is the cyber-enhanced Batou (Pilou Asbaek), who uses his strength and new cyber eyes to help track down the corporate terrorists at large. The film is set in an overpopulated world that is highly electronic, mechanical and connected to the web.
... very selective and thereby serves the anti-Humanity interests of neoliberal corporate terrorists, warmongers, and genocidal war criminals.
... very selective and thereby serves the anti-Humanity interests of neoliberal corporate terrorists, warmongers, and genocidal war criminals.
These corporate terrorists need to get the point that people are changing, and we aren't going to be their sheep for much longer.
'The figure for Stump's exit hoard is currently valued around $134m million, a pretty plush parachute.' Photograph: Gary Cameron/Reuters.
'The figure for Stump's exit hoard is currently valued around $134m million, a pretty plush parachute.' Photograph: Gary Cameron/Reuters.
A close look at Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, the man announced as Donald Trump's running mate on Friday, tells us a few things about what counts as "establishment" in today's Republican party.
"The very powerful are always fools," intones Kit Maxwell, the one character with a conscience in Jason wells' 2009 black comedy, men of Tortuga, a taut and ironic thriller about corporate terrorists conspiring to plan a dastardly assassination. The ...
The Laughing man is an anti-corporate terrorist and social media-savvy super-hacker who is able to mask his identity by both real-time manipulation of video feeds and cybernetic brains.
However Obama ignores the vastly more dangerous state terrorists who do have nuclear weapons, are responsible for massive nuclear waste pollution, and variously have sanctioned and enabled corporate terrorists (e.g. those responsible for the Fukushima ...
However Obama ignores the vastly more dangerous state terrorists who do have nuclear weapons, are responsible for massive nuclear waste pollution, and variously have sanctioned and enabled corporate terrorists (e.g. those responsible for the Fukushima ...
According to the decision made by the "al Qaeda" sanctions committee of the UN Security Council on February 29, the Financial Monitoring Service updated the "black list" of the Azerbaijani Central Bank adding other 12 names of terrorists, reports ...
A group of unelected corporate terrorists pulling the strings of government - or the 'military industrial complex' if you prefer (although Eisenhower's theory now pales in comparison with the reality).
A group of unelected corporate terrorists pulling the strings of government - or the 'military industrial complex' if you prefer (although Eisenhower's theory now pales in comparison with the reality).
structure of the elites. It is your duty to revolt against the Fourth Reich and its elite corporate terrorists and their reptilian Overlords.
Laughing man is an expert corporate terrorist hacker who hides his identity by superimposing an animated logo over his face.
The Laughing man is an anti-corporate terrorist and social media-savvy super-hacker who is able to mask his identity by both real-time manipulation of video feeds and cybernetic brains.
The beautiful and deadly corporate terrorist last appeared on the show in 2013 (see photo). Gina Zanetakos is portrayed by Margarita Levieva.
Suddenly Kiera gets swept back to 2012 along with key members of the anti-corporate terrorist group Liber8, a surprisingly likable bunch of violently temperamental super soldiers, amoral scientists, and con artists.
More shocking than a new enemy, is the return of Tom's ex-lover Gina (Margarita Levieva)! We were introduced to her back in the first season and, aside from being part of Tom's romantic past, Gina is also a corporate terrorist. There is some ...
Gina was initially introduced in the season 1 episode named after her, in which she was the target of a FBI investigation, which uncovered that she is a corporate terrorist after all. With a recurring character, Gina Zanetakos, getting back in the ...
Gina was first introduced in the Season 1 episode named after her in which she was the target of an FBI investigation - she is a corporate terrorist after all - and was revealed to be an ex-lover of Liz's former husband. With Gina back in the picture ...
Whats even more sad is that manipulated news agencies like this one make this comment the TOP comment, when Way more Americans know that Zuckerberg is just another Puppet for the corporate terrorists that push toxic poisons covertly through ...
American crime drama TV series "The Blacklist" is returning to the small screen soon and fans are already anticipating the new episodes, especially following the events of the winter finale.
When Vizhinjam project was taken over by Adani, he said Adani is Modi's agent and a corporate terrorist. He also said that the project would not benefit Kerala.
... for the racists, Apartheiders, Mainstream media presstitutes, state criminals, climate criminals, war criminals, state terrorists, nuclear terrorists, corporate terrorists, carbon terrorists and climate terrorists existentially threatening Humanity ...
Margarita Levieva is returning to "The Blacklist" to reprise her role as 'Gina Zanetakos,' the corporate terrorist who almost severed Raymond "Red" Reddington's (James Spader) working relationship with Elizabeth Keen (Megan Boone) in the first season.
Margarita Levieva is returning to "The Blacklist" to reprise her role as 'Gina Zanetakos,' the corporate terrorist who almost severed Raymond "Red" Reddington's (James Spader) working relationship with Elizabeth Keen (Megan Boone) in the first season.


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