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Under the Mask of the War on Drugs

Under the Mask of the War on Drugs In the world of the global drug trade the state is pretty much at the very heart of the action, not just simply criminal elements. It is the state that allows gaining … Continue reading

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“World War III of Contending Systems and Ideologies—Socialism versus Capitalism—For Global Hearts and Minds”

“World War III of Contending Systems and Ideologies—Socialism versus Capitalism—For Global Hearts and Minds” Socialism versus Capitalism: Who Will Win? Revolutionary Consciousness as a Material and Motive Force An old aphorism says: “A conservative is a liberal who has been mugged; … Continue reading

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Bank of America and the Detroit Financial Crisis

Bank of America and the Detroit Financial Crisis State treasurer exposes the role of the banks in the economic meltdown By Abayomi Azikiwe Editor, Pan-African News Wire DETROIT—A series of corporate media reports indicate that if a legal challenge to … Continue reading

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Business as usual behind the slaughter

Business as usual behind the slaughter. In this exclusive interview for Asia Times Online, the economist Guido Preparata reviews how in the first half of the 20th century Anglo-American policy was designed from the beginning to eliminate Germany as an … Continue reading

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Greece: What Can be Done?

Greece: What Can be Done? By Dr. James Petras. Introduction: Greece faces the unenviable choice between accepting the terms of “the Troika” and facing the continuation and deepening of a socio-economic crises, which includes five years of negative growth, over … Continue reading

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PINGPONG: Food For Thought

PINGPONG: Food For Thought. Insane or not insane, that is the question. A Money-Talk with psychologist Dr. Christof Lehmann. By Lars Schall Dr. Christof Lehmann was born in 1958 in Germany. He is a psychologist and besides clinical practice he … Continue reading

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The “Global Crises of Capitalism”; Whose Crises, Who Profits?

By James Petras – The Official James Petras Website. Via The 4Th Media Introduction From the Financial Times to the far left, tons of ink has been spilt writing about some variant of the “Crises of Global Capitalism”. While writers … Continue reading

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