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  • The Great Evasion January 17, 2021
    Two related events—the 75th anniversary of the January 24, 1946 UN General Assembly Resolution 1 (which established a commission to plan for the abolition of nuclear weapons) and the January 22, 2021 entry into force of the UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (designed to finally implement that goal)—should be a cause for […]
    Lawrence Wittner
  • Trump’s coup attempt: dangerous for the US and the rest of the world January 13, 2021
    Trump incited his supporters to violently storm the Capitol Building in Washington DC in an attempt to revive his failed efforts to overturn the results of the election. Five people are dead as a direct result of the attack, including one police officer (ironically a Trump supporter) who was beaten to death. Legislators were made […]
    Joe Emersberger
  • UN agencies not above playing politics with statistics December 24, 2020
    It’s clear that technical departments within the UN sometimes have their work corrupted by the US government and its allies. Consider recent reporting by the Grayzone on OPCW whistleblowers who exposed manipulation of an investigation into alleged chemical weapons use in Syria in 2018. Or recall an example from further back: Hans Blix, the Swedish […]
    Joe Emersberger
  • Reassessing the Leopoldo López trial of 2014-15 December 20, 2020
    One of the reasons people may get duped into seeing Venezuelan politician Leopoldo López as a victim is his trial which began in 2014, when he finally went to jail after supporting a fourth US-backed attempt to violently overthrow Venezuela’s democratically elected government. Overthrowing the late Hugo Chavez (who was first elected in 1998 and […]
    Joe Emersberger
  • Review of Hensman’s ‘Indefensible’ December 6, 2020
    Defense of the Easily Defensible By Dave Markland In 2018 Haymarket Books published Rohini Hensman’s Indefensible: Democracy, Counter-revolution and Anti-imperialist Rhetoric. Its focus is on left journalists and analysts like John Pilger and the late Edward S. Herman who have committed the inexcusable sin of being overly suspicious of United States foreign policy. Many readers […]
    Dave Markland

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  •  Class Struggle or Get it in the Neck, Part 1 January 7, 2021
    Unless working people, the general population, take part in the class struggle, they’re going to get it in the neck
    Noam Chomsky
  • The Biden Climate Plan, Part 1 January 7, 2021
    While the Biden plan is not as comprehensive as that proposed in the Democratic primaries by Jay Inslee or as radical as Bernie Sanders’ plan, it has the potential to make very substantial reductions in GHG emissions while creating substantial numbers of climate jobs
    Jeremy Brecher
  • Human Society And The Biosphere January 7, 2021
    According to a recent United Nations report, more than a million species of plants and animals are currently threatened with extinction because of human activities
    John Scales Avery
  • Millions of India’s Farmers Are in a Fight for Their Economic Lives January 7, 2021
    Photo by PradeepGaurs/Shutterstock.com India’s farmers are revolting against Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government in a mass movement that has drawn international attention. The world’s largest democracy is witnessing a collective groundswell of protest as hundreds of thousands of farmers, largely from the states of Punjab and Haryana, have laid siege to the outskirts of the […]
    Sonali Kolhatkar
  • Embracing Ecological Realism January 7, 2021
    We must push our politics beyond the cul-de-sac of so-called political realism
    Robert Koehler
  • Bernie Sanders and Progressives in Our Winter of Discontent January 7, 2021
    Photo by grandbrothers/Shutterstock.com Bernie Sanders is not in a good political position right now. Yes, he continues to speak vital truths to—and about—power. His ability to reach a national audience with progressive wisdom and specific proposals is unmatched. And, during the last several decades, no one has done more to move the nation’s discourse leftward. […]
    Norman Solomon
  • How to Cure America’s Vaccine Paranoia January 7, 2021
    The good news is that new polls show growing support for vaccination amidst an unfathomable rate of COVID-19 infections and deaths
    Sonali Kolhatkar
  • I Am Greta isn’t about climate change. It’s about the elusiveness of sanity in an insane world December 29, 2020
    We are in an ideological bubble—and one that will burst as surely as the financial kind. Thunberg is that still, small voice of sanity outside the bubble
    Jonathan Cook
  • Trump Has Revealed the Extreme Fragility of American Democracy December 29, 2020
    I think both Trump and Trumpism will remain with us for a long time, both the individual himself and the poisonous currents he has unleashed
    Noam Chomsky
  • Will the World Community Condemn the Murder of Iran’s Nuclear Scientist? December 29, 2020
    Photo by Johnny Silvercloud   Israel used all four years of Trump’s presidency to entrench its systems of occupation and apartheid. Now that Joe Biden has won the U.S. election, the assassination of Iran’s top nuclear scientist, likely by Israel with the go-ahead from the U.S. administration, is a desperate attempt to use Trump’s last […]
    Medea Benjamin

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  • What's Wrong with PCR Covid Testing
    Did You Know what the PCR test is? The PCR test is the main test being used to detect the SARS-COV2 virus, & diagnose COVID-19. PCR stands for a polymerase chain reaction. In the case of the SARS-COV2 virus, the PCR test serves to amplify fragments of viral DNA for easier detection. 
    Nate Doromal
  • Pandemic Sparks Call for End to Big Ag’s Control of Seeds and Food System
    A growing number of people around the world are calling for the public ownership of seeds, which they say is essential for a more democratic and ecologically sound food system, as the coronavirus-driven spike in empty supermarket shelves and the continued loss of biodiversity this year sparked a rise in the popularity of saving and […]
    Kenny Stancil
  • Idea That COVID-19 Began as a Lab Leak Spreads
    At first it was the stuff of conspiracy theorists. Most experts, and certainly the bulk of the public, believed that coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) started as a result of someone eating a bat in the Huanan Seafood Market in Wuhan, China. There were whispers that the virus had been manufactured in a laboratory in that […]
    Frank Diamond
  • Fess up, Now China Must Come Clean Over Covid ‘Leak’, Mps Warn After US Official Claims ‘Credible Evidence’ It Came From Wuhan Lab
    MPS have demanded China come clean after a US official stunningly claimed the "most credible" origin of Covid-19 was a lab leak in Wuhan. Senior Tory MPs Tom Tugendhat and Tobias Ellwood have called on the Government to probe allegations made by Donald Trump's security advisor Matthew Pottinger.
    Henry Holloway
  • Astonishing COVID-19 Testing Fraud Revealed
    The COVID-19 pandemic has brought us many harsh lessons. Importantly, it has shown us how easy it is to manufacture panic and control entire populations through deceptive means. Topping the list of deceptive strategies is the use of a test that falsely labels healthy individuals as sick and infectious. This allows mass testing to drive the […]
    Dr. Joseph Mercola
  • The Wuhan Lab-Leak Hypothesis Goes Mainstream
    This morning, New York magazine unveiled “The Lab-Leak Hypothesis” — Nicholson Baker’s lengthy and detailed exploration of the possibility that the SARS-CoV-2 virus and ongoing coronavirus pandemic is the result of a lab accident in Wuhan, China. Baker goes even further, speculating that the reason this virus is similar to many previously discovered viruses but not quite the […]
    Jim Geraghty
  • World Begins to Wake Up About Natural COVID Therapies
    For many months now we’ve been telling you about natural medicines that can help in the fight against COVID—medicines that our government not only refuses to recognize, but actively undermines. This is in stark contrast to other places in the world that are harnessing the power of natural medicine to promote the health of their […]
  • How Covid-19 Is Changing the Future of Vaccines
    In his December 24, 2020, video report, "The Future of Vaccines," investigative journalist James Corbett reviews how the novel COVID-19 vaccine is paving the way for nonconsensual medical experimentation on the general public.
    Dr. Joseph Mercola
  • Suspected COVID in Vaccine Trials Was Not Counted
    Writing in The BMJ Opinion blog, associate editor Peter Doshi calls for more information and details from the raw data that the two current COVID-19 vaccine makers, Moderna and Pfizer, did not report.
  • Roadmap to Regeneration in the United States, 2020–2030
    The final months of 2018 will likely be remembered as the time when the United States and global grassroots finally began to awaken to the existential crisis posed by global warming. Part of this great awakening was no doubt due to the fact that violent weather, forest fires, drought, floods, water shortages, crop failures, and […]
    Ronnie Cummins
  • If Covid-19 is Primarily a ‘First World’ Virus, Why is the Global South in Lockdown?
    While the Covid-19 virus has spread to all parts of the Global South, it clearly has far less traction in tropical countries than in the so-called ‘first world’ (Euro-America): In Sri Lanka, a country of 22 million there were 204 Covid-19 comorbidities deaths recorded with 35,300 Covid-19 positive tests, although in a normal year between […]
    Darini Rajasingham-Senanayake
  • Vilsack’s Dicamba Disaster: Reason #2 Senators Should Vote NO on Biden’s USDA Pick
    Following up on “Back to the Future with Tom ‘Mr. Monsanto’ Vilsack,” this is the second installment in a series of articles we’re doing on President Joe Biden’s nominee to lead the U.S. Department of Agriculture.If you haven’t already, please tell your U.S. Senators to vote NO on Vilsack. In our last post, we listed the […]
    Alexis Baden-Mayer
  • Mexico Mulls Use of GMO Corn in Feed
    Mexico to determine whether GMO corn will be allowed in animal feed following a recent decree to prohibit the use of GMO corn, Bloomberg reported.Mexico plans to phase out GMO corn imports over the next three years.
    Holly Demaree-Saddler
  • Democrats Claim Censorship Necessary To Stop ‘Fascism’, But They Still Serve Militarism and Corporatism
    Democrats are cheering for censorship as a means to root out “fascism,” even as they serve corporate interests that continue to exacerbate the social and economic issues that gave rise to Donald Trump, Glenn Greenwald told RT.The acclaimed American journalist issued a scathing critique of the American Left during a conversation with Chris Hedges, host […]
  • Anteroom of Our Own Extinction
    One of the most important aspects of aesthetics, of the study of art at all, is that it teaches the viewer or reader how to see and experience more deeply, with more sensitivity, and this in turn (among other things) leads to the ability to recognize the fraudulent. In other words you come to recognize […]
    John Steppling

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  • Some Thoughts on Private Censorship, Power, and Control of Speech January 25, 2021
    As far as speech is concerned, the rule-of-thumb view we should adopt is that any individual or private group has the right to determine who is allowed in their space, and what can be said and done in it, without government interference or a legal obligation to adhere to public opinion. This also means they should...
    Alex Aragona
  • What is Justice? January 23, 2021
    If you listen to a protest, you will more than likely hear phrases related to realizing justice, like “no justice, no peace.” However, what is meant by the term ‘justice’ isn’t defined. Some assume the term means direct reparations from the state should be made to an aggrieved group. Others assume it warrants some form...
    Cayce Jamil
  • Statement on #YALtoo Campaign January 22, 2021
    While many in our network have likely already heard the news, in the interest of notifying those who haven’t, we’ve decided to share the following information on the ongoing #YALtoo campaign against sexual assault and misogyny in the libertarian movement.  So far, most of the recent revelations have centered on Young Americans for Liberty staff,...
  • Make the Future Anti-Fascist January 21, 2021
    A victory over fascism deserves celebration. The fascists lost their hold on the most powerful political office. Their leader is disgraced and isolated. They are turning on each other. They played their hand with a coup attempt – and they failed to do much besides exposing themselves and supercharging their opposition. Despite years of psychological...
    Darian Worden
  • The End Is the Beginning: Abolition as Communicative Creation January 19, 2021
    Thomas Malthus, in his infamous work An Essay on the Principle of Population, takes several sections to attack arguably the first modern anarchist thinker William Godwin. In one, Malthus writes, The great error under which [Mr.] Godwin labours throughout his whole work is the attributing almost all the vices and misery that are seen in...
    Eric Fleischmann
  • Green Market Agorist Podcast With George Donnelly January 19, 2021
    This month on the Green Market Agorist podcast, I interviewed cryptocurrency legend George Donnelly about bitcoin, bitcoin cash, agorism, privacy, and his upcoming appearance at Coup de Gras, which he recently ended up sponsoring. So be sure to check out the Green Market Agorist podcast on Anchor or Spotify and check out the trailer for the Coup...
    Logan Marie Glitterbomb
  • Somos todos mutualistas? January 19, 2021
    De Kevin Carson. Artigo original: Are We All Mutualists? de 8 de novembro 2015. Traduzido para o português por Iann Zorkot. Cabe a mim, nesta saudação de abertura de um simpósio sobre a possessão da terra por ocupação e uso, também conhecida como propriedade usufrutória, escrever uma defesa dela. Seus defensores teóricos remontam, de alguma...
    Kevin Carson
  • Contro la Giustizia Penale, IV: Liberi Tutti January 19, 2021
    Di Jason Lee Byas. Originale pubblicato il 7 dicembre 2020 con il titolo Against the Criminal Justice System, Pt. IV: Free All Prisoners. Traduzione di Enrico Sanna. Pubblicato originariamente sul blog Students for Liberty il 6 febbraio 2015 Gli ultimi tre articoli di questa serie riguardavano l’ingiustizia della pena e del diritto penale, e la giustizia di...
    Jason Lee Byas
  • The #RedPearl of Africa is a Bleeding City January 18, 2021
    Youth from Uganda and across the diaspora have united forces to help build Global solidarity with the Youth in Uganda fighting to remove their dictator. Whether possible or not, global solidarity is needed as they continue to be under surveillance with the implementation of social media tax and social media blockages. Ugandan social media activists...
    Ready for Revolution