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  • Calls for U.S. to Unfreeze Afghan Funds
    Co-founder of Food Not Bombs said today, "how can we cut the school lunch program yet add $45 billion in military spending above President Biden’s already criminal $813 billion request? As the economy crashes millions more children are sure to go hungry. I get calls everyday from desperate families seeking... Read more »
  • Billions to Military While School Lunch Program Expires
    Co-founder of Food Not Bombs said today, "how can we cut the school lunch program yet add $45 billion in military spending above President Biden’s already criminal $813 billion request? As the economy crashes millions more children are sure to go hungry. I get calls everyday from desperate families seeking... Read more »
  • Biden’s Saudi Trip: For Cheaper Gas — or for Israel?
    "Biden isn't just forgiving Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for his direct role in the beheading of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi in return for a Saudi promise to pump more oil. As Biden admitted last week, this Middle East trip is about regional security -- and that of Israel in... Read more »
  • Leftist Petro Wins Colombia Presidential Election
    Leftist Gustavo Petro and his running mate Francia Marquez win Colombian elections. Forrest Hylton says, "Now Colombia is largely urban, and Petro’s margin of victory in Bogotá alone was enough to account for his victory over Hernández." The post Leftist Petro Wins Colombia Presidential Election appeared first on accuracy.org.... Read more »
  • Assange Case: Persecution for Exposing War Crimes
    British Home Secretary has approved extraditi… The post Assange Case: Persecution for Exposing War Crimes appeared first on accuracy.org.... Read more »
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    George Monbiot

  • VideoShit Creek
    New revelations show how one of the most treasured rivers in Europe is being killed by intensive livestock farms. By George Monbiot, published in the Guardian 10th June 2022 The longer this goes on, the deeper the mystery becomes. It’s as if the public authorities had set out to destroy... Read more »
  • Pirates of the North Sea
    The government’s attempt to hide a toxic waste disaster heralds a new bonanza for organised crime. By George Monbiot, published in the Guardian 6th June 2022 With every passing week, it looks more like a cover-up. The repeated mass strandings of crabs and lobsters on the coast of north-east England,... Read more »
  • Muckraking Journalism
    When sewage treatment goes right, it’s just as harmful as when it goes wrong. Here are the shocking reasons why. By George Monbiot, published in the Guardian 26th May 2022 We have recently woken up to a disgusting issue. Rather than investing properly in new sewage treatment works, water companies... Read more »
  • Contagious Collapse
    The global food system is in much more trouble than we think. By George Monbiot, published in the Guardian 19th May 2022 For the past few years, scientists have been frantically sounding an alarm that governments refuse to hear: the global food system is beginning to look like the global... Read more »
  • Politics Deniers
    Those who claim that we can prevent environmental collapse without political pressure or political change are now more dangerous than climate deniers. By George Monbiot, published in the Guardian 13th May 2022 In seeking to prevent environmental breakdown, what counts above all is not the new things we do, but... Read more »

 

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    Antiwar.com Original

  • Cultural Warriors: Why Palestine’s Sports Victories Should Inspire Us
    The Palestine National Football Team has, once more, done the seemingly impossible by qualifying for the 2023 AFC Asian Cup. By any standards, this is a great achievement, especially as the Palestinians have done it with style and convincing victories over Mongolia, Yemen and the Philippines, without conceding a single... Read more »
  • Iraq Daily Roundup: Two Killed
    Four people were wounded. The post <I>Iraq Daily Roundup</I>: Two Killed appeared first on Antiwar.com Original.... Read more »
  • Shireen Abu Akleh: US Media Probes One Killing but Not Countless Other Israeli Crimes
    The New York Times published this week the conclusion of its investigation into the killing of the Palestinian-American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh. It was the fourth major US news organization to look in detail at what happened to Abu Akleh during an Israeli army raid into the Palestinian city of... Read more »
  • The Grand Miscalculation: The US Helped Create the Russia-China Coalition
    For decades, the United States has actively pursued the containment and cornering of Russia with the goal of asserting its own power and influence. Instead of formulating a relationship with a major regional power, this process has brought the United States to the significant challenge of the Russian and Chinese... Read more »
  • Julian Assange and Personal Freedom
    "I prefer the tumult of liberty to the quiet of servitude." ~ Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826) It wasn’t until 1969 that the Supreme Court’s modern First Amendment jurisprudence made it clear that whenever there is a clash between the government and a person over the constitutionality of the person’s speech, the courts will give... Read more »

 


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    Craig Murray

  • The Pointless Keir Starmer
    On Thursday, Labour under Keir Starmer got a lower percentage of the vote in Wakefield than they did in 2017 under Jeremy Corbyn. In 2017 Labour got 49.7%. On Thursday they got 47.9%. I want you to think that through. Inflation is soaring. Consumer confidence in the economy has gone... Read more »
  • Your Man in Saughton Jail Part 2
    I was walking down that improbably long central corridor in a group of about eight mainstream prisoners heading for legal visits, when panic broke out among the escorting guards. About a hundred yards further down, and coming towards us, was an overweight and bearded old man walking with a zimmer... Read more »
  • No Debt
    Ukraine inherited none of the Soviet Union’s debt, just as Scotland will inherit none of the United Kingdom’s debt. Russia was the successor state to the Soviet Union, and thus got to keep the seat on the UN Security Council, the nuclear weapons and all Soviet overseas assets. On the... Read more »
  • Standards
    A brief thought. Can anybody explain to me why Alex Salmond reaching out to ping somebody’s hair was charged as sexual assault and unsuccessfully prosecuted in court, but this by an SNP MP: “It was quite a nice night until towards the end of the evening. I was sitting on... Read more »
  • Biden Works to Prolong Ukraine War
    I was in Turkey to try to further peace talks, as an experienced diplomat with good contacts there, and as a peace activist. I was not there as a journalist and much of what I discussed was with the understanding of confidence. It will be probably be some years before... Read more »

 


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    Articles – Mark Curtis

  • Secret ‘CIA-funded’ group linked to UK ministers
    By Matt Kennard and Mark Curtis, Declassified UK, 9 December 2021 Two current ministers and two recent justice ministers have been funded by an opaque transatlantic right-wing group which includes members of the intelligence community. Declassified finds eight current Conservative parliamentarians are associated with the organisation. The group, known as... Read more »
  • Assange judge is 40 year ‘good friend’ of minister who orchestrated his arrest
    By Matt Kennard and Mark Curtis, Declassified UK, 2 December 2021 Julian Assange’s fate lies in the hands of an appeal judge who is a close friend of Sir Alan Duncan – the former foreign minister who called Assange a “miserable little worm” in parliament. Lord Chief Justice Ian Burnett,... Read more »
  • VideoConservative bars investigative journalist from party conference
    By Mark Curtis, Declassified UK, 1 October 2021 The Conservative Party has refused to grant investigative media outlet Declassified UK access to its annual conference, which will hold a session titled “Is free speech in peril?” Declassified’s chief reporter Phil Miller will not be allowed into the ruling party’s gathering when... Read more »
  • Britain supported Pakistan as it helped the Taliban kill UK troops
    By Matt Kennard and Mark Curtis, Declassified UK, 9 September 2021 Britain has long trained and supported Pakistan’s military intelligence establishment despite Islamabad aiding Taliban operations in Afghanistan – where 457 British soldiers were killed Last week, British foreign secretary Dominic Raab made his first trip to Pakistan after the botched withdrawal... Read more »
  • Four failed wars must finally force the UK to adopt an ethical foreign policy
    By Phil Miller and Mark Curtis, Declassified UK, 25 August 2021 Britain’s regime change operations in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya and Syria have been catastrophic. A key reason is that UK policy has no moral consistency — friends and enemies are interchangeable over time, based purely on short-term pragmatism and rarely... Read more »
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    Pew Research Center – U.S. Politics & Policy

  • Methodology
    The American Trends Panel survey methodology Overview The American Trends Panel (ATP), created by Pew Research Center, is a nationally representative panel of randomly selected U.S. adults. Panelists participate via self-administered web surveys. Panelists who do not have internet access at home are provided with a tablet and wireless internet connection.... Read more »
  • Acknowledgments
    This report is a collaborative effort based on the input and analysis of the following individuals. Primary Researchers Sam Bestvater, Computational Social ScientistSono Shah, Computational Social ScientistGonzalo Rivero, Associate Director, Data Labs Aaron Smith, Director, Data Labs Research Team Ashley Amaya, Senior Survey MethodologistNick Bertoni, Senior Panel ManagerBrian Broderick, Data... Read more »
  • 1. Survey Findings on Twitter users’ political attitudes and experiences
    Twitter users report taking part in a variety of political and civic activities, both on Twitter and elsewhere. Of the 14 civic and political behaviors measured on the survey, a majority of Twitter users report that they voted in an election in the preceding year (78%), or that they bought... Read more »
  • 2. The political content in users’ tweets and the accounts they follow
    In addition to surveying users about their experiences on Twitter, researchers from the Center also examined the actual on-site behaviors of a subset of users from this representative panel of U.S. adults who provided their Twitter handles for research purposes. This analysis involved two separate data collections and analyses. First, researchers... Read more »
  • Politics on Twitter: One-Third of Tweets From U.S. Adults Are Political
    Roughly one-quarter of American adults use Twitter. And when they share their views on the site, quite often they are doing so about politics and political issues. The post Politics on Twitter: One-Third of Tweets From U.S. Adults Are Political appeared first on Pew Research Center - U.S. Politics & Policy.... Read more »
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    The Intercept

  • Atlanta's Gang Indictment Takes On an Institution
    The argument that RICO prosecution should be reserved for cartels and corporations ignores the power of Atlanta's music industry. The post Atlanta’s Gang Indictment Takes On an Institution appeared first on The Intercept.... Read more »
  • FBI Raid on Trump Justice Department Official Signals a Criminal Investigation May Be Starting
    Attorney General Merrick Garland has been criticized for not going after the powerful people responsible for inciting the January 6 insurrection. The post FBI Raid on Trump Justice Department Official Signals a Criminal Investigation May Be Starting appeared first on The Intercept.... Read more »
  • U.S. Vows to Hunt Russian War Criminals — but Gives a Pass to Its Own
    Attorney General Merrick Garland announced investigations of war crimes committed in Ukraine. But America has a surplus of its own unpunished atrocities. The post U.S. Vows to Hunt Russian War Criminals — but Gives a Pass to Its Own appeared first on The Intercept.... Read more »
  • VideoBolsolão do MEC: o esquema que pode custar a reeleição e dar cadeia
    As digitais Bolsonaro no caso são tão evidentes que a Justiça determinou o envio da investigação de volta para o STF por causa do seu envolvimento. The post Bolsolão do MEC: o esquema que pode custar a reeleição e dar cadeia appeared first on The Intercept.... Read more »
  • In Overturning Roe, Radical Supreme Court Declares War on the 14th Amendment
    Alito’s opinion completely elides the significance of the 14th Amendment, which was explicitly designed to address the particular horrors of slavery, including the right of individuals to determine whether, with whom, and when to form a family. The post In Overturning Roe, Radical Supreme Court Declares War on the 14th... Read more »

 


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    The Progressive — A voice for peace, social justice, and the common good

  • The End of Roe v. Wade
    Since the SCOTUS draft opinion was leaked in May, we’ve been covering what the end of Roe could mean for abortion rights and how people can fight back.... Read more »
  • Republican Gunning Mates
    Across the country, Republican candidates are using guns as a campaign platform.... Read more »
  • Rebuilding Broken Cities
    In "The Fight to Save the Town," Michelle Wilde Anderson chronicles a vicious cycle.... Read more »
  • The Activist Offering: Where Are All of the Period Products?
    Pads and tampons have been added to the list of items disrupted by supply chain shortages. Here are some tips for fellow menstruators.... Read more »
  • U.S. Must Take Lead on Press Freedom
    If Israeli authorities don’t act, then the international community must.... Read more »
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  • mp3Graeber, Policing, and Abolitionism
    David Graeber, the radical anthropologist and prominent activist, had a lot to say about police and policing, both historically and in contemporary society. Andrew Johnson [1] examines a number of Graeber’s assertions and also articulates his own views on the history of policing, the role of police today, and the... Read more »
  • mp3General Strike of the Enslaved
    Did Lincoln free the slaves? Or did they just as much free themselves? And what were the ramifications of their seemingly impossible achievement — immediate and uncompensated emancipation — for other oppressed groups? Historian David Roediger discusses that revolutionary period in U.S. history — and the consequences of its failure... Read more »
  • mp3The Unmitigated Power of Big Tech
    They are among the biggest companies in the world: Google, Apple, Microsoft, Facebook, and Amazon have an outsized impact on the global economy and on our daily lives. Rob Larson examines the companies that have become synonymous with the glories and ills of contemporary capitalism. He makes the case for... Read more »
  • mp3Oily Business
    Palm oil can be found in a staggering variety of food items and other products we consume every day. Max Haiven [1] traces the history of this ubiquitous commodity’s production and use to reveal capitalism’s logics and imperial states’ depredations. Max Haiven, Palm Oil: The Grease of Empire [2] Pluto... Read more »
  • mp3U.S. Science and the Military
    Advancements in science are seen as symbols of human progress, but science has frequently served deadly ends. Historian Clifford Conner discusses how scientific research in the United States is deeply enmeshed with the military, and considers the purpose of trillions of dollars of spending on the military. Resources: Clifford D.... Read more »

 


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  • Thousands stranded at airports in Christmas holiday travel nightmare
    Dozens of flights have been canceled across the US on Christmas Eve due to Covid staff shortages with thousands of passengers stuck at the airports and others forced to cancel holidays altogether. Read Full Article at RT.com... Read more »
  • US congresswoman carjacked at gunpoint
    A Democrat member of the US Congress was carjacked and robbed at gunpoint in broad daylight in South Philadelphia. Representative Mary Gay Scanlon (D-Pennsylvania) was not physically harmed, but her car and possessions were taken. Read Full Article at RT.com... Read more »
  • Amazon limits Covid test kit purchases amid Omicron wave
    Amazon has announced a limit to the number of at-home Covid test kits per customer as demand surges amid a rise in cases since the discovery of the Omicron variant. Walgreens and CVS also introduced purchase limits. Read Full Article at RT.com... Read more »
  • After Trump’s move, White House says Biden to speak on Jan 6
    President Joe Biden will make a public statement on the anniversary of the January 6 riot at the US Capitol, the White House said. This comes after former President Donald Trump said he would hold a public event on that day. Read Full Article at RT.com... Read more »
  • First Covid-19 pill treatment approved for emergency use in US
    Pfizer’s Paxlovid tablets against Covid have been given emergency use authorization by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The first pill treatment of this kind, it can be prescribed to high-risk patients aged 12 and older. Read Full Article at RT.com... Read more »
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  • British PM booed by crowd (VIDEO)
    British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was booed by the crowd upon arriving at a London cathedral for the Queen’s celebration Read Full Article at RT.com... Read more »
  • Brits using Covid ‘as weapon’ against police – report
    Assaults on UK officers hit around 80 per day in early 2021, statistics released by the PA news agency found, with police warning that Covid was used “as a weapon” by spitting at constables. Read Full Article at RT.com... Read more »
  • Britons reveal which views they are afraid to express
    Most Britons are sometimes afraid to express their political or social views for fear of a negative response, though two-thirds are still unaware what the phrase “cancel culture” means, a new poll from YouGov has revealed. Read Full Article at RT.com... Read more »
  • London Tube faces longest strike ever
    London Underground is facing the longest strike in the rail service’s history, with the train drivers’ union planning staff walkouts every weekend until summer 2022. Read Full Article at RT.com... Read more »
  • English kids to receive life-changing treatment in European first
    The NHS is set to provide children in England with life-changing treatment for peanut allergies in a European first after the UK’s medical service signed a deal for the “pioneering” oral medication after a successful study. Read Full Article at RT.com... Read more »

 

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    Citizen Truth

  • Ecuador’s Neoliberal Government Announces State Emergency to Impose Austerity
    This post is originally published on Citizen Truth by Vijay Prashad and Taroa Zuniga Silva Click here to download the Spanish translation of this article. (Haga clic aquí para descargar la traducción al español de este artículo.) On October 18, 2021, Ecuador’s President Guillermo Lasso declared a state of emergency for 60 days. This declaration... Read more »
  • Despite Cutbacks, ExxonMobil Continues to Fund Climate Science Denial
    This post is originally published on Citizen Truth by Elliott Negin ExxonMobil has spent more than $39 million to manufacture doubt about climate science. In a secret video recording made public in late June, a top ExxonMobil lobbyist—Keith McCoy, who was fired soon afterward—not only conceded that the oil giant’s support for... Read more »
  • Why Julian Assange’s Inhumane Prosecution Imperils Justice for Us All
    This post is originally published on Citizen Truth by John Pilger Click here to download the Spanish translation of this article. (Haga clic aquí para descargar la traducción al español de este artículo.) When I first saw Julian Assange in Belmarsh prison, in 2019, shortly after he had been dragged from his refuge... Read more »
  • Despite Pledge, Biden Leaves Tap Open, Approving Billions in Arms Deals to Saudi Arabia
    This post is originally published on Citizen Truth by Guest Post A new MintPress News study based on Dept. of Defense documents can reveal that U.S. weapons manufacturers have sold well in excess of $28.3 billion worth of arms to Saudi Arabia since the Yemen War began, including 20 separate... Read more »
  • One Free Democratic Palestine With Miko Peled
    This post is originally published on Citizen Truth by Guest Post Miko Peled is considered by many to be one of the clearest voices calling for justice in Palestine, support of the Palestinian call for Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) and the creation of a single democracy with equal rights... Read more »

 


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    Global Research

  • The World Economic Forum’s Global Governance ‘E.S.G.’ Agenda: The Threat to Liberty You Haven’t Heard Of
    All Global Research articles can be read in 51 languages by activating the “Translate Website” drop down menu on the top banner of our home page (Desktop version). To receive Global Research’s Daily Newsletter (selected articles), click here. Visit … The post The World Economic Forum’s Global Governance ‘E.S.G.’ Agenda: The Threat to... Read more »
  • Summer Preview: Rolling Blackouts, Higher Gas Prices, Natural Gas Rationing in Europe and a Historic Diesel Crisis
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  • Shireen Abu Akleh: UN Finds Journalist Was Killed by Israeli Forces
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  • The US Government’s Plan to Partition Russia Into Small States. The Danger of A Broader War
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  • “Loud Drums of War”: The Dangers of a “Longer and Extended War” in Ukraine. Towards a Unipolar World?
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