Stop the Wars at Home and Abroad!

Rally targets Media Censorship of Palestinian Resistance

by Betsy Piette, published on Workers World, October 16, 2023 Responding to a call from the Philadelphia Palestine Coalition, hundreds of people turned out at noon on Oct. 12, outside the Philadelphia offices of local NPR/PBS affiliate WHYY TV and radio. Protesters called out the media censorship of Palestinian resistance and the media whitewashing of Israeli genocide. A flier distributed[…]

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With All Eyes on Gaza, Israeli Soldiers and Settlers Kill Dozens of West Bank Palestinians

by Brett Wilkins, published on Common Dreams, October 13, 2023 While the world watches Israel’s military pulverize Gaza amid anticipation of an imminent ground invasion of the besieged strip, Israeli soldiers and settlers—who are receiving thousands of assault rifles from the government—have killed dozens of Palestinians in the illegally occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem over the past week, officials[…]

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The Struggle for Palestine is the Struggle of Working People World Wide

by Shiraz Durrani, published on Countercurrents, October 14, 2023 The attacks by ‘Israel’ on the people and the country of Palestine have increased in intensity in the last month.  Palestinian resistance has once again forced the attention of the world on the plight of a people facing another massacre and a country being destroyed.  At the same time, the Zionist[…]

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Anti-Imperialist Sentiment Spreads Across West Africa amid Threats against Niger

by Abayomi Azakizwe, published on Ghana News, August 6, 2023 Nigerian Senate rebukes president’s effort to invade a neighboring state at the aegis of Paris and Washington Things are shifting after a few weeks, the new government in Niger must find a way to move forward while avoiding international threats generated by the  Western Imperium.  The U.S. has the largest[…]

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The Taliban’s Opium Eradication

by Alan MacLeod, published on Consortium News, August 15, 2023 The Taliban government in Afghanistan – the nation that until recently produced 90 percent of the world’s heroin – has drastically reduced opium cultivation across the country. Western sources estimate an up to 99 percent reduction in some provinces. This raises serious questions about the seriousness of U.S. drug eradication[…]

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Haiti: U.N. Sanctioned Occupation is a Done Deal

by G. Dunkel, published on Workers World, August 18, 2023 The U.S. government has finally found a country in the Global South willing to lead a U.N.-approved intervention “to assist Haitian police in restoring security.” Secretary of State Antony Blinken confirmed Aug. 1 on X (formerly Twitter): “We commend the government of Kenya for responding to Haiti’s call.” Since Kenyan[…]

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The Silence on Imran Khan

by Craig Murray, published on Consortium News, August 9, 2023 Pakistan has imposed a media blackout over the deposed prime minister and thousands of new political prisoners incarcerated in appalling conditions. Condemnation in the U.K. and U.S. has been non-existent. Given the large population in the U.K. of Pakistani origin, the lack of serious media coverage of the overthrow and[…]

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War in Africa and War in the Americas: Accelerating the End of White World Supremacy

by Ajamu Baraka, published on Black Agenda Report, August 2, 2023 “The structural crisis of capitalism in its neoliberal form has created a legitimacy crisis for the capitalist rulers, making the use of force a permanent strategy for maintaining their dominance.” (from the Black Alliance for Peace Website) The U.S. recently deployed troops to Peru to shore-up the coup in[…]

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No U.S./French-Backed Invasion of Niger!

by Editor, published on Workers World, August 6, 2023 “When Africa becomes economically free and politically united, the monopolists will come face to face with their own working class in their own countries, and a new struggle will arise within which the liquidation and collapse of imperialism will be complete.” – Kwame Nkrumah, Neo-Colonialism, the Last Stage of imperialism Today,[…]

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Joe Biden Triggers Paralysis in the Production of Strategic Semiconductor Chips

by Prof Michel Chossudovsky, published on Global Research, July 23, 2023 Semiconductors constitute a strategic commodity, used in a variety of sectors including electronics, medical devices, electronic and communications networks etc.  There is evidence of manipulation, which has led to artificial shortages of semiconductors affecting a number of key sectors of the global economy. There are geopolitical implications: US Confrontation[…]

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