Selected Articles: Bill Gates and Neo-Feudalism: A Closer Look at Farmer Bill

Bill Gates and Neo-Feudalism: A Closer Look at Farmer Bill

By Robert F. Kennedy Jr, February 05 2021

Bill Gates has quietly made himself the largest owner of farmland in the United States. For a man obsessed with monopoly control, the opportunity to also dominate food production must seem irresistible.

Mandatory Face Masks

By Stephen Lendman, February 05 2021

Last month by executive order, Biden mandated face masks in federal buildings and on its land. His order falsely claimed that he’s “relying on the best available data and science-based public health measures (sic).”

Yemeni Journalist: “Saudi Arabia Failed in Yemen Despite US Support”

By Yousra Abdulmalik and Steven Sahiounie, February 05 2021

Yemen has suffered through a violent war on its population by forces backed by Saudi Arabia for nearly seven years, during which 233,000 people have been killed, and has left the majority of the civilians’ dependent on aid.

F-15 Eagles from the 493rd Fighter Squadron at Royal Air Force Lakenheath, England

Defense Contractors Like Raytheon Aren’t Blameless in Yemen Crisis

By Shayna Lewis, February 05 2021

The villagers of Arhab were in a celebratory mood before the bomb exploded, killing 31 and maiming many more. Among the death and debris, investigators would later find a bomb fragment with a serial code indicating it came from Tucson — home of Raytheon Technologies.

Macron’s Anti-Islamic Crusade Fails

By Lucas Leiroz de Almeida, February 05 2021

What would, at first, be a bill to officially combat the extremism of Islamic separatists has been converted into a mere document reaffirming French national ideology. Criticized by humanitarians, the bill that would be a “law against Islamic separatism” could only be discussed among parliamentarians under the name “Bill to reinforce republican principles”.

Atlantic Council Calls for Regime Change in China

By Alan MacLeod, February 05 2021

Influential D.C. think tank the Atlantic Council has printed a 26,000-word report laying out its strategy for combating China. Published anonymously, the report states that “the single most important challenge facing the United States” in the twenty-first century is China’s growth to rival their own power.

Bayer Makes New $2 Billion Plan to Head Off Future Roundup Cancer Claims

By Carey Gillam, February 05 2021

Monsanto owner Bayer AG said Wednesday it was attempting again to manage and resolve potential future Roundup cancer claims, laying out a $2 billion deal with a group of plaintiffs’ attorneys that Bayer hopes will win approval from a federal judge who rejected a prior plan last summer.

Hassan Diab’s Long Odyssey of Injustice Continues

By Hassan Diab Support Committee, February 05 2021

We are shocked and outraged by the French Court of Appeal decision on 27 January 2021 to refer Dr. Hassan Diab’s case to trial, three years after a lower court set him free because of overwhelming evidence of his innocence.

Indigenous People and Justice in Nicaragua’s North Caribbean Coast

By Dr. Loyda Martinez Rodriguez and Tortilla Con Sal, February 05 2021

“My name is Loyda del Carmen Martínez Rodríguez, and I am the Single Local Judge for the municipality of Waspam, Rio Coco. We have prosecuted six cases of usurpation of communal domain of indigenous peoples, where people who are not natives of that community have come to misappropriate land of indigenous peoples.”

The Erasing of Human Identity

By S. M. Smyth, February 05 2021

We are being subjected to a concerted campaign of deliberate nullification of any sense of who we are. Can we recognize ourselves when we look in the mirror when most of the face is covered with a mask and a pair of anxious eyes looks back at us? Is this us? Is this you or me? Is anybody home? How can you tell?

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