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Peter Thiel Met With The Racist Fringe As He Went All In On Trump (repost)

The venture capitalist and Facebook board member staked his reputation on a Trump presidency. Now what does he have to show for it? Four years ago, billionaire venture capitalist and Facebook board member Peter Thiel made one of his biggest bets: He went all in on Donald Trump. Read the …

HAS COVID-19 STRENGTHENED XI JINPING? (repost)

On June 15, the National Bureau of Statistics cancelled its press conference in Beijing. It was due to present May’s economic data, showing that China’s economy continues to “gain momentum” following the shocking crash of the first quarter. Read the rest of this post on the original site at HAS COVID-19 STRENGTHENED …

The Bigger Plague is Capitalism (repost)

Experiencing a pandemic in real time is surreal. The culture industry machine has pre-transcribed such events in multiple movies, books, and comics. Read the rest of this post on the original site at The Bigger Plague is Capitalism

Noel Ignatiev’s Conflicted Antifascism (repost)

Noel Ignatiev1 left a conflicted antifascist legacy. As a member of the Sojourner Truth Organization (sto), Ignatiev made important contributions to understanding fascism, above all its autonomous political character and contradictory relationship with capitalist interests. Read the rest of this post on the original site at Noel Ignatiev’s Conflicted Antifascism

Staying Above Water-Global Migration in the Face of the Climate Crisis (repost)

More than 30 years ago leading scientists from NASA began warning policymakers that global temperatures were warming as a result of the emissions of carbon and other greenhouse gasses. Read the rest of this post on the original site at Staying Above Water-Global Migration in the Face of the Climate …

Philippines ships 69 containers of dumped rubbish back to Canada (repost)

A cargo ship carrying tonnes of rubbish dumped in the Philippines by Canada more than five years ago, causing a festering diplomatic row, has left the Southeast Asian country, as nations in the region increasingly reject serving as dumpsites for wealthier states. Read the rest of this post on the …