Selected Articles: Secret Meetings, “Justified Homicides”, and Mass Poverty. Political and Economic Realities.
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Global Research, January 14, 2016

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vilsackU.S. Ag. Secretary Vilsack to Hold “Secret Meeting” to Rewrite GMO Labeling Law

By Nick Meyer, January 14 2016

As President Barack Obama campaigned in 2008 prior to his election, he dazzled clean food activists by promising to label foods containing genetically modified organisms (GMOs), in accordance with the overwhelming majority of Americans (over 90% in most polls) who have been calling for it for years.

US-IranU.S. Media Condemns Iran’s “Aggression” in Intercepting U.S. Naval Ships — In Iranian Waters

By Glenn Greenwald, January 14 2016

Even when the White House was saying they did not yet regard the Iranian conduct as an act of aggression, American journalists were insisting that it was.

Activists Protest For Justice After Police ShootingsAmerican Cops’ Killing Spree in 2015: By the Numbers. Categorized by the FBI as “Justified Homicides”

By Richard Becker, January 14 2016

In 2015, police in the United States continued to kill at a rate far higher than every other country in the world for which statistics are currently available.

A Very British AffairPoverty in Britain: Cameron Government Rejects EU help for Food and Flood Victims

By Jon Danzig, January 14 2016

The British government has turned down millions of pounds of EU funding to help those affected by flooding and lack of food.

ZumaSouth African Capitalism’s Train-Smash

By Prof. Patrick Bond, January 14 2016

The country’s surface-level political drama should not distract from deeper fissures. The great sweeps of capital accumulation flowing above, through and from South Africa are leaving local businesses weaker than at any other time in memory.

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