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Human Rights and Washington’s Global Britain
Security
Human Rights and Washington’s Global Britain
July 28, 2020

Britain and the U.S. are forever pontificating about human rights, but are entirely selective in their condemnation.

Adams Meets Johnstone – The Monsters Are at Home Now
July 26, 2020

Adams’ monsters roam America and the left obsesses over some lump of bronze or the label on a toilet door.

Adams Meets Johnstone – The Monsters Are at Home Now
History
Weaving Impunity for Dictatorship Crimes in Chile
Society
Weaving Impunity for Dictatorship Crimes in Chile
July 25, 2020

Chile is governed by silence and complicity – the Pinochet legacy, together with the military’s “pact of silence” – remain perpetual obstacles.

10 Reasons Why Defunding Police Should Lead to Defunding War
July 15, 2020

Since George Floyd was murdered, we have seen an increasing convergence of the “war at home” against black and brown people with the “wars abroad” that the U.S. has waged against people in other countries.

10 Reasons Why Defunding Police Should Lead to Defunding War
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Which Is the Most Totalitarian Country?
World
Which Is the Most Totalitarian Country?
July 13, 2020

How many indicators should be required in order to present a credible case that today’s United States of America can reasonably be considered to be the world’s most totalitarian country?

‘Free Speech’ in the US Empire Is as Illusory as ‘Free-Range’ Eggs
June 26, 2020

The persecution of Julian Assange is a transparent and iron-fisted attempt by the US government to globally criminalize the publication of leaks which embarrass the US-centralized empire, thereby drawing a firm line which journalists all around the world know never to cross.

‘Free Speech’ in the US Empire Is as Illusory as ‘Free-Range’ Eggs
Editor's Сhoice
Why U.S. Is a Major Human Rights Violator
Society
Why U.S. Is a Major Human Rights Violator
June 16, 2020

Although the United States has historically been more than willing to criticize the human rights policies of other countries, it has bristled at attempts to have brought forth in the international body its own human rights outrages.

British Leaders Have No Idea How Bad Slavery Was
June 16, 2020

One does not have to spend long in the US or the Caribbean without discovering that the deep wells of hatred and fear created by slavery have not disappeared over the years.

British Leaders Have No Idea How Bad Slavery Was
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