Selected Articles: EU Covid Recovery Fund: Thirty Billion Euro Goes To War Industry
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Global Research, October 16, 2020

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Coronavirus: The Trojan Vaccine. A Challenge to Health, and Freedom

By Michael WelchDr. Sucharit BhakdiDr. Meryl NassDocs4opendebate, and Peter Koenig, October 16 2020

In our first half hour, the Global Research News Hour reassembles three of the guests from past episodes of this series, Sucharit Bhakdi MD, Meryl Nass MD, and Docs for an Open Debate, share their reservations about the COVID vaccine. In our second half hour, Peter Koenig, an economist and geopolitical analyst with background at the WHO, brings forward his perspective that includes an ID2020 nanochip that could ultimately raise the threat to a new level.

Struggle: The History of the American People (1954-56). Jacob Lawrence at The New York Metropolitan Museum of Art

By Prof. Sam Ben-Meir, October 16 2020

“The paintings which I propose to do will depict the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy” – this is how Jacob Lawrence described his project in 1954. Over sixty-five years later his proposal has, if anything, become only more urgent.

From the EU Covid  Recovery Fund Thirty Billion Goes to the War Industry

By Manlio Dinucci, October 16 2020

While the “Coronavirus crisis” continues to cause devastating socio-economic consequences also in Italy, a large part of the “Recovery Fund” is destined not to the most affected economic and social sectors, but to the most advanced sectors of the war industry.

Yemen – Prisoner Swap and What May be Behind it

By Peter Koenig and Press TV, October 16 2020

“At the outset, yes it may look like a victory, perhaps rather a “first step” towards peace, because victory is saying a lot —- of the Yemen’s Ansarullah movement, actually for better understanding it is the Houthi Shia’ movement. All depends on what the Saudis will do next.”

Esper: Pentagon School to Focus Half of Its Curriculum on China

By Dave DeCamp, October 16 2020

Secretary of Defense Mark Esper said on Thursday that he tasked a Pentagon-funded university to focus half of its curriculum on China. The move is a testament to the shift in the US military’s focus from terrorism to so-called “great power competition,” as outlined in the 2018 National Defense Strategy.

Victory for Cuba at the UN Human Rights Council

By Orinoco Tribune, October 16 2020

Despite the aggressive campaign by the United States against the Cuban candidacy for the Council, the General Assembly elected Cuba as a member with 170 votes out of 193 possible.

Top Poisoner of Pacific Is U.S. Military

By David Swanson, October 16 2020

“We’re number one!” The United States famously fails to actually lead the world in anything desirable, but it does lead the world in many things, and one of them turns out to be the poisoning of the Pacific and its islands. And by the United States, I mean the United States military.

American Coup d’états

By Donald Monaco, October 16 2020

American citizens should know their choice in the upcoming presidential election is limited to selecting the leader of the Democratic or Republican crime syndicates.  The two-party system of American imperialism works on behalf of a rapacious owing class that uses murder, extortion, sanction, bribery, electoral fraud, war and mass violence to control the world.

30 Straight Weeks: Over One Million Jobless US Workers Apply for UI

By Stephen Lendman, October 16 2020

Unemployment, growing poverty, food insecurity, and overall deprivation are growing, not easing — while politicians in Washington prioritize war-making and self-interest over essential aid to needy households, small businesses, as well as cash-strapped states and local communities.

UK COVID Crisis: Standoff Between North and South over Lockdown

By Johanna Ross, October 16 2020

Mayor of Manchester, Andy Burnham, is furious. In a dramatic spectacle, the mayor spoke with anger at how the Westminster government was ‘treating the north with contempt’ in its approach to Covid-19. The mayor has reservations over Boris Johnson’s three tier system which came into force this week; he argues that it is unfairly penalising the north of England.

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