Wednesday, October 16, 2019

U.S. Now Overtly at War Against Russia

“Russia is not expanding to NATO’s borders; NATO is expanding to Russia’s borders. The baldness of the Western lie to the contrary is an insult to Westerners’ intelligence.”

The Anti-Empire Report #143

“The question thus facing “socialists” like Sanders is this: When all your idealistic visions for a more humane, more just, more equitable, and more rational society run head-first into the stone wall of the profit motive … which of the two gives way?”

The Social Consequences of Injustice

“A society cannot long exist without truth which is the bedrock of justice, it cannot long live a lie.”

Guerilla Housing: Homeless Activists Challenge Gentrification With “Tiny Homes”

“As the country slowly claws out of the economic downturn, we face crucial questions about what this recovery should mean, what recovering cities should look like, and who should get recovered along the way.”

Dispossessed in the Name of ‘Security’

“The military is looking to expand its role by emphasizing what it portrays as ‘security’ threats arising from ecological disasters.”

Bloodless Occupation

“It is so sad to see Muslim extremists reverting to 12th-century brutality and American ‘patriots’ regressing to 19th-century behavior.”

Chicken Little Was NO Fool!

“For years many astute writers have warned us about this Military Industrial Empire... and only a minority of Americans would listen. Ever wonder why?”

How Businesses Can Protect the Environment

“As you can easily notice, any business can protect nature and there are different things that can be done in order to be environmentally conscious.”

About Justice

“For a word that has been chiseled into stone monuments for centuries, we could reasonably hope society would by now have the practice and understanding of Justice down cold.”

The Struggle for Merdeka in West Papua

“The Indonesian elite ensures that West Papua is relatively isolated from media scrutiny, access to international agencies and diplomats (even though many western states are well known to oppose any indigenous struggle for self-determination, given it would only raise questions about their own subjugated indigenous populations).”