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Enough with the Consensus Already!, by Thierry Meyssan

Enough with the Consensus Already!, by Thierry Meyssan

From left to right: the Minister of the Interior, the Prime Minister and the Minister of Health announce unconstitutional measures. They give the floor to the Chairman of the Covid-19 Scientific Committee and the National Ethics Advisory Committee to receive his “scientific” blessing. Façade of collegiality The Covid-19 outbreak took by surprise politicians who had…

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USA: Race riots and separatist temptations, by Thierry Meyssan

Map of the riots of the last five days. In orange, the states that have requested the National Guard. Source: New York Times The United States is in flames after the apparent lynching of a black resident, George Floyd, by a white Minneapolis police officer, Derek Chauvin, on May 25, 2020. The soothing words of…

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Executive Order on Preventing Online Censorship, by Donald Trump

By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, it is hereby ordered as follows: Section 1. Policy. Free speech is the bedrock of American democracy. Our Founding Fathers protected this sacred right with the First Amendment to the Constitution. The freedom to express…

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Lee Camp: 19 Facts About American Policing That Will Blow Your Mind

    Lee Camp: 19 Facts About American Policing That Will Blow Your Mind

With all the protests and anger and violence across the country, a justified discussion about policing has begun on our corporate media airwaves. (I would say the discussion is overdue, but in fact, we’ve had it roughly every three years for the past 40 years.) However, despite all the coverage, a deeper debate sits ignored…

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The Forgotten Coup Against ‘The Most Loyal Ally’

  The Forgotten Coup Against ‘The Most Loyal Ally’

The Australian High Court has ruled that correspondence between the Queen and the Governor-General of Australia, her viceroy in the former British colony, is no longer “personal” and the property of Buckingham Palace. Why does this matter? Secret letters written in 1975 by the Queen and her man in Canberra, Sir John Kerr, can now…

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Lawyers of George Floyd Family to Open UN Human Rights Case, Seek Sanctions Against US

  Lawyers of George Floyd Family to Open UN Human Rights Case, Seek Sanctions Against US

Over the past few months, the latest in a long history of extrajudicial killings of Black Americans has claimed the lives of three people: Ahmaud Arbery, a 25-year old man gunned down in February by a gang of armed white men who chased him through a South Georgia neighborhood; Breonna Taylor, massacred in her own home…

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Lessons from Palestine: America’s People of Color Need a Sustained Resistance Movement

  Lessons from Palestine: America’s People of Color Need a Sustained Resistance Movement

Will Smith was quoted saying that racism isn’t getting worse, it’s getting filmed, and indeed, it is being filmed a lot lately. No sooner did we begin to recover from one victim of racist violence, the next victim is slain. Just as we began to wrap our heads around the murder of Breonna Taylor, we…

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Agent Provocateurs: Police at Protests All Over the Country Caught Destroying Property

  Agent Provocateurs: Police at Protests All Over the Country Caught Destroying Property

The United States is on fire. Since the police killing of George Floyd on May 26, millions have taken to the streets in protest, clashing with police. At least 11 people have died, and thousands have been arrested. 15 states (plus Washington, D.C.) have called in the National Guard to quash protests raging in over…

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Austin Police Respond to Police Brutality Protest with Violent Crackdowns

  Austin Police Respond to Police Brutality Protest with Violent Crackdowns

The protests against police brutality, which have gripped the nation as a result of the police murder of George Floyd, reached the capital of Texas on Saturday as thousands of mostly young and outraged Austin residents of all colors flooded one of the city’s most vital arteries, taking over I-35 just where it overlooks Austin…

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US Considers New Weapons for Saudi Arabia as Kingdom Renews Yemen Border Bombings

  US Considers New Weapons for Saudi Arabia as Kingdom Renews Yemen Border Bombings

YEMEN-SAUDI BORDER — At seven years old, Radhiah Issa’s wide-eyed screams of panic and fear were understandable. Even an adult would be forgiven for waking up in a heated panic after discovering much of their body wrapped in blood-soaked bandages and laying in an unfamiliar room. Radhiah was in the family home of a Yemeni…

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