Why the First Nations People Regard Thanksgiving Day as a National Day of Mourning and Why Minnesota Governors Sibley and Ramsey Should Posthumously Stand Trial for Crimes Against Humanity.
Dakota: Police Blast #NoDAPL Activists With Water Cannons in Sub-Freezing Temperature
By Nika Knight, November 23 2016
Law enforcement unleashed percussion grenades, rubber bullets, tear gas, and water cannons in sub-freezing temperatures on peaceful water protectors battling the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota late Sunday.
November 22,1963: Remembering JFK’s State-Sponsored Assassination
By Stephen Lendman, November 22 2016
November 22, 1963 was a Friday. The working day ended once the news broke, everyone in my department stunned, unable to focus on anything else. It was too early to know what evidence later revealed. Lee Harvey Oswald was a convenient patsy, uninvolved in what happened, a state-sponsored assassination, CIA and secret service dirty hands likely responsible.
Movement at Marrakech: Climate Change in the Shadow of Denial. “The Trump Electoral View”
By Dr. Binoy Kampmark, November 23 2016
While it was all but obscured in the course of the US presidential excitement, negotiators at the climate change conference in Marrakech were busy attempting to hammer out the means to implement the Paris Climate Agreement.
Trump’s Election Overshadows Asia-Pacific Summit. Will Trump Discard the TPP Trade Agreement?
By Mike Head, November 23 2016
The uncertainty, instability and political recalibrations being produced in governments around the world by Donald Trump’s win in the US presidential election were on display at this weekend’s Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in Lima, Peru.