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Ukrainian Neo-Nazis Flock to the Hong Kong Protest Movement
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Ukrainian Neo-Nazis Flock to the Hong Kong Protest Movement
December 5, 2019

Neo-Nazis from Ukraine have flown to Hong Kong to participate in the anti-Chinese insurgency, which has been widely praised by Western corporate media and portrayed as a peaceful pro-democracy movement.

Bolivia’s Lithium Is Fair Game in a World Ruled by Spheres of Influence
December 4, 2019

The US approach to overthrowing governments in Latin America and the trail of tears and blood it left in its wake will no doubt be highly motivating to the broad masses of Latin Americans who will support the coming Latin American bloc.

Bolivia’s Lithium Is Fair Game in a World Ruled by Spheres of Influence
World
Human Rights and Hypocrisy in the White House and Congress
Society
Human Rights and Hypocrisy in the White House and Congress
December 3, 2019

There has been no criticism from the White House or Congress concerning the killing of hundreds of Iraqis by their own government’s troops. Why?

Children of ‘the Children of Plenty’ Are Rising in Anger
December 2, 2019

Democracy – as experienced – too often has become the institutional tool to smother smouldering anger, Alastair Crooke writes.

Children of ‘the Children of Plenty’ Are Rising in Anger
Society
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Why is Latin America Burning?
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Why is Latin America Burning?
November 8, 2019

The common denominator to all is the profound economic inequality which, according to the United Nations, is greater in Latin America than in any other part of the world.

The ‘War’ for the Future of Middle East
November 4, 2019

The MidEast may pass through its crises but be aware that the there is no alternative meme is becoming reason for protestors ‘to burn the system down’

The ‘War’ for the Future of Middle East
World
The Lebanese ‘Canary in the Mine’ Is Signalling Mid-East Trouble Ahead
World
The Lebanese ‘Canary in the Mine’ Is Signalling Mid-East Trouble Ahead
November 1, 2019

Lebanon is ‘special’ in its own distinct way – but yes, it precisely is giving warning of a turbulence quietly incubating across the Middle East.

South America, Again, Leads Fight Against Neoliberalism
October 31, 2019

To digress about “populism” is nonsensical. What’s happening is the Age of Anger exploding in serial geysers that simply cannot be contained by the same, old, tired, corrupt forms of political representation allowed by that fiction, Western liberal democracy.

South America, Again, Leads Fight Against Neoliberalism
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