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Global Research would like to welcome the 497 new subscribers who joined our mailing list this past week! We thank everyone who has encouraged their friends, family and colleagues to get informed and stay aware! As of today, there are 26,918 people who know where to turn to get honest coverage on a broad range of issues, from Occupy Wall Street, to global war, to the economic crisis. It’s inspiring to see how many are showing their commitment to fighting the tide of mainstream media disinformation by reading and sharing Global Research articles and videos!

Often when we receive feedback from our readers, whether criticism or praise, we get asked the question: what can I do? Indeed, analysis and research are of the utmost importance in formulating a plan of action, and it is necessary to consider how we can take the next step to spreading awareness and thereby showing that we refuse to be exploited and deceived. For example, NATO claims to be waging wars in the name of humanitarianism. We know that this is a lie, it’s pure disinformation, and the more people who understand this, the better prepared we will be to create meaningful change, to prevent these crimes against humanity from being conducted in our names.

So what can you, as a reader of Global Research and alternative media, contribute to the battle? First, look at the big picture; then, start small, start local, start by becoming a Global Research Volunteer!

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– Choose an article on any given day that really speaks to you, and send it to the people in your contact list. Include your own commentary if you feel strongly about the issues.

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By giving 10 minutes of your day as a Global Research Volunteer, you will be taking that important next step in the battle against corporate media lies and making it more difficult for the powers-that-be to exploit the masses, the 99%, those who believe in accountable democracy and not profit-driven imperialism.

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