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In covering the fall of Kabul, the Western media are mindlessly repeating seven lies of Western propaganda. By misrepresenting the history of Afghanistan, they mask the crimes committed in that country and make it impossible to foresee the fate that … Continue reading →
By Gilbert Mercier Source: News Junkie Post Liberte-Egalite-Fraternite: under Macron’s pass sanitaire guillotine? For the few of us who are students of history, and its aficionado travelers, meaning those who muse and wonder, at times, about how significant figures of … Continue reading →
By CJ Hopkins Source: Consent Factory, Inc. People can tell themselves that they didn’t see where things have been heading for the last 17 months, but they did. They saw all the signs along the way. The signs were all … Continue reading →
By Nantes Indymedia Source: Anarchists Worldwide About COVID-19, authoritarian delusions and the shitty world we live in… The macabre death toll increases day by day, and in the imagination of each person takes place the sensation, at first vague then … Continue reading →
By Margaret Kimberly Source: Black Agenda Report The corporate media are steadfast partners with the United States government and faithfully follow the party line on foreign policy issues. “The networks and the newspapers can seldom be believed.” Corporate media always … Continue reading →
By Gilbert Mercier Source: News Junkie Post The nature of reality in times of universal confusion The world and our interpretation of it are often at best an idea and, at worse, a figment of our imagination. In our full-blown … Continue reading →
The Inequality Gap on a Planet Growing More Extreme By Nomi Prins Source: TomDispatch.com As we head into 2019, leaving the chaos of this year behind, a major question remains unanswered when it comes to the state of Main Street, … Continue reading →
By Frank Scott Source: Dissident Voice The tradition of the dead generations weighs like a nightmare on the minds of the living. — Karl Marx Marx offered a thought for all seasons but one that might especially ring true during … Continue reading →