Category: CORPORATE CRIMINALITY

“Just a little…”

JOHN RACHEL—Can humankind survive if there’s a limited nuclear war?Assuming we’re in favor of the survival of the human species . . .How much nuclear war is just the right amount?Humans are very smart creatures.  We know this from hearing ourselves say it all the time.

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The Night Shot Lie: Economic Development on the Korean Peninsula

CALEB MAUPIN—Their argument is this: capitalism is better because the refrigerator possessed by the average American family is better than the refrigerator possessed by the average Cuban family.However, anyone who has ever been to Latin America knows this argument is completely bunk. All throughout the region in places where free market capitalism reigns, there are millions and millions of people who do not have running water or electricity. Millions of Haitians, who live under US free market capitalism and in some cases eat dirt mixed with oil, have no refrigerator at all. In the jungles and mountains of Peru, Guatemala, and Honduras, there are millions of people who have never seen a flushing toilet in their lives, let alone a fully functioning refrigerator.

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Books: The Plot to Attack Iran – How the CIA and the Deep State Have Conspired to Vilify Iran.

JIM MILES—Kovalik reiterates this later, “By design, the United States…has unleashed indescribable chaos upon the region.  This has not only caused untold loss of life and suffering to the people of the region, but has also led to the eradication of their history and culture.”  The latter is very noticeable throughout Iraq, was on the path to succeeding in Syria, and has been practiced daily over the years in occupied Palestine.

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The Silence that Absolves

PHILIP A. FARRUGGIO—Look at what occurred here in America before we invaded Iraq… and after. We had a group of so called leaders and advisors to leaders who had a tattered track record on patriotism. Mitt Romney, in the late 1960s, supported the Vietnam War, yet refused to join up and fight the good fight. We have the infamous chicken hawks of the Junior Bush gang, starting with Junior himself. Bush supported the Vietnam War and chose to stay safely at home in the Texas Air National Guard. Then we have Dick Cheney, who received at least five deferments, none of them medical by the way, yet he vociferously supported the war.

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