Tag Archives: Slavery

The real Hunger Games: the Capitalist recipe to maximise profits while ‘having fun’

By Sky Wanderer Source: Investment Watch Introduce a political economy upon the arbitrary axiom that Capitalism is the one and only economic system for mankind, and introduce a narcissistic moral philosophy that you as a Capitalist represent unsurpassable objective moral … Continue reading

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You Should Be Terrified That People Who Like “Hamilton” Run Our Country

The American elite can’t get enough of a musical that flatters their political sensibilities and avoids discomforting truths. By Alex Nichols Source: Current Affairs In 2012, Captain Dan and his Scurvy Crew, a four-man hip-hop ensemble trying to cement “pirate rap” … Continue reading

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The Prison Industry in the United States: Big Business or a New Form of Slavery?

By Vicky Pelaez Source: Global Research Human rights organizations, as well as political and social ones, are condemning what they are calling a new form of inhumane exploitation in the United States, where they say a prison population of up to … Continue reading

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Columbus Day and the Sanitization of History

By Owen McCormack Source: Disinfo.com The strife that has engulfed Christopher Columbus’s legacy in recent years has put the concept of an Indigenous People’s Day at the forefront of discussion. In theory, as we move forward in our lives, we … Continue reading

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