US Votes Against UN Resolution Condemning Nazis, Labels It “Russian Disinformation”

by Alan McLeod, published on MintPress News, December 18, 2020 The United States and Ukraine were the only two nations to vote against a United Nations resolution Wednesday on, “Combating glorification of Nazism, neo-Nazism and other practices that contribute to fuelling contemporary forms of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance.” The resolution passed 130-2. The resolution featured 70 fairly[…]

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The U.S. Did Not Defeat Fascism in WWII, It Discretely Internationalized It

By Gabriel Rockhill, published on Information Clearing House, October 19, 2020 “The U.S. has established itself as the mortal enemy of all people’s government, all scientific-socialist mobilization of consciousness everywhere on the globe, all anti-imperialist activity on earth.” – George Jackson One of the founding myths of the contemporary Western European and American world is thatfascism was defeated in WWII[…]

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Fourteen Martyrs in the Fight Against Racist Terror and Trumpism Facsism

by Paul Street, published on Black Agenda Report, September 16, 2020 Their names are not as familiar as George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, but these victims have paid the ultimate price, dying in the line of anti-racist and anti-fascist citizenship duty. “Trump ordered the Department of Homeland Security to suppress reports of right-wing terrorism and play up supposed case cases[…]

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Seize the Time or Face Fascism

by Riva Enteen, published on Black Agenda Report, June 24, 2020 Either we seize the time and bring power to the people, or we must be prepared to face overt fascism. “We are living in a perfect storm.” As a red diaper baby who came of age in the ’60s, I think this is a unique and fertile moment.  For[…]

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COVID-19 and The India You Don’t See In the News

by Arundati Roy, published in Financial Times, April 3, 2020 Who can use the term “gone viral” now without shuddering a little? Who can look at anything any more — a door handle, a cardboard carton, a bag of vegetables — without imagining it swarming with those unseeable, undead, unliving blobs dotted with suction pads waiting to fasten themselves on[…]

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