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This Martin Luther King Day Let us End His 2nd Assassination

Matthew Ehret Martin Luther King Jr. day has been celebrated every January 18 since it was a made a national holiday through the tireless efforts of Martin's widow Coretta in 1983. While many people take the opportunity to treat Martin's life as a pre-packaged hallmark card of cliché speeches, far too few take the time …
translate | 19 Jan 2021 | 6:00 pm

Reimagining the World: Agroecology vs Post-COVID Plunder

Colin Todhunter Contingent on World Bank aid to be given to poorer countries in the wake of coronavirus lockdowns, agrifood conglomerates will aim to further expand their influence. These firms have been integral to the consolidation of a global food regime that has emerged in recent decades based on chemical- and proprietary-input-dependent agriculture which incurs …
translate | 19 Jan 2021 | 9:00 am

Why I Became a “Covid Denier”

Kevin Smith There have been a wide selection of articles published here over the last year on Covid-19 and lockdowns. Since March, the thinking of many of us has evolved which has been reflected within the articles as time has gone on. Back in April and May, the focus was on the science, the presentation …
translate | 18 Jan 2021 | 8:35 pm

Anteroom of Our Own Extinction

John Steppling If you want to deprive citizens of freedom of movement, freedom of assembly and the right to family life, there should be written reasons. They ask the department why they can hardly find such anywhere since the intervention was introduced in March. It is a mystery that hardly any Norwegian journalists have thought …
translate | 18 Jan 2021 | 2:30 am

Raskolnikov’s Dream Come True

Edward Curtin Something is happening here, But you don't know what it is, Do you, Mr. Jones? Bob Dylan, Ballad of A Thin Man It's hard… Life today seems like a dream, doesn't it?  Surreal to the point where everything seems haunted and betwixt and between, or this against that, or that and this against …
translate | 17 Jan 2021 | 3:10 am

MSM calls for “new definition of free speech”

Our current definition of "free speech" is outdated, no longer fit for purpose in the internet era, and potentially dangerous to democracy...according to a chorus of voices across the mainstream media.
translate | 16 Jan 2021 | 7:00 pm

“I Am Open”: 50,000 Italian Restaurant Owners Plan to Ignore Lockdown

Today – Friday 15th January – over 50,000 restaurants are planning to open, an act of mass civil disobedience against "anti-Covid" lockdown measures which have massively hurt the restaurant business, especially small family-owned businesses. Spreading through social media under the hashtag #IoOpro ("I am opening"), the movement is largest country-wide act of civil disobedience since …
translate | 15 Jan 2021 | 10:00 am

Trump’s been deleted from internet, and any one of us could be next

Do you think the same architecture that just publically castrated the "most powerful man on Earth" and the "leader of the free world" will suddenly start doing what it's told when a "progressive" voice is in charge?
translate | 15 Jan 2021 | 12:30 am

WATCH: 2+2=5

2+2=5 is an award-winning Iranian short film written and directed by Babak Anvari. First released in 2011, but arguably never more relevant than today, it is a beautiful concise and powerful rebuke of totalitarianism. Free speech and free expression have perhaps never been so threatened by groupthink as they are today. Watch and share widely. …
translate | 14 Jan 2021 | 11:00 am
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