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Apple’s Quiet War on Independent Repairmen
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Apple’s Quiet War on Independent Repairmen
April 10, 2021

Talking about the abuses of Apple is one of the reasons that Rossmann’s YouTube channel has been successful, with now more than 1.5 million subscribers. If Apple wants a video down Rossmann would like them to file a copyright claim. In doing so Apple would have to make its reasons public.

The Greater the Disaster, the Greater the Profits
March 26, 2021

It’s still too early to assess just what will happen to this country’s vast border-and-immigration apparatus under the Biden administration, which has made promises about reversing Trumpian border policies. Still, it will be no less caught in the web of the border-industrial complex than the preceding administration.

The Greater the Disaster, the Greater the Profits
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Raging Twenties: A Presentation of Pepe Escobar’s New Book
Raging Twenties: A Presentation of Pepe Escobar’s New Book
March 10, 2021

As a proposal to escape our excess hyper-reality show, this book does not offer recipes, but trails: multiple entryways and multiple possibilities.

Biden and the ‘Yellow Brick Road’
March 8, 2021

Across the board, there probably is not enough ‘majority’ to push through this new, 4IR Re-set – at least for now.

Biden and the ‘Yellow Brick Road’
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Beyond Oil: How the UAE’s HOPE Mars Mission Is Breaking the Arab World Out of the Crisis of Scarcity
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Beyond Oil: How the UAE’s HOPE Mars Mission Is Breaking the Arab World Out of the Crisis of Scarcity
February 22, 2021

The Emiratis understand that their economy, primarily based in oil revenue, though presently lucrative, is a short-term prosperity. A future that is dependent on oil is unstable and unkind, it is not a reliable resource for an advancing economy.

Prisons Prime Testing Ground for Dehumanizing Hi-Tech ‘Advances’
February 22, 2021

A new form of exploitation, known as “stakeholder capitalism,” is already being tested in many places around the world and prisons are among the main targets for its implementation, as they provide an ideal and literally captive market for its proof of concept.

Prisons Prime Testing Ground for Dehumanizing Hi-Tech ‘Advances’
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Computer Security Breaches and Trojan Horse Backdoors
Security
Computer Security Breaches and Trojan Horse Backdoors
February 19, 2021

Who is at fault for the succession of major hacking events in the United States? – “The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, but in ourselves”

Facebook Hires ex-NATO Press Officer and Social Media Censor Ben Nimmo as Intel Strategist
February 12, 2021

Nimmo has previously worked for NATO and the Integrity Initiative, a covert UK govt troll farm. His move to Facebook suggests more censorship on the way for anti-establishment voices.

Facebook Hires ex-NATO Press Officer and Social Media Censor Ben Nimmo as Intel Strategist
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