Selected Articles: South Africa: The Fall and Rise (and Fall?) of Apartheid

South Africa: The Fall and Rise (and Fall?) of Apartheid

By Jinan Bastaki, May 30, 2021

Apartheid in South Africa ended in part due to sanctions and pressure from the international community. It is once again on the international community to ensure that international law is upheld and apartheid sees its demise, this time in Palestine.

NPR’s Dishonest Coverage of Nicaragua and COVID-19

By Stephen Sefton, May 30, 2021

NPR’s coverage of Nicaragua repeatedly bears out the fact that mainstream communications media in the US and Europe make little or no effort to give a true and fair account of the country’s reality. Their reports consistently omit facts that might invalidate their coverage and they also fail to corroborate much of the information they do include.

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State of the World – Poverty Is Widespread

By Rod Driver, May 30, 2021

The world’s population was about 7.8 billion people in 2020. About 2.2 billion people do not have access to safe drinking water, and over 4 billion do not have safe sanitation. About 800 million suffer from chronic undernourishment. A fifth of all children under 5 suffer from stunted growth.

Video: Petition to Revoke the Covid-19 Vaccines: Dr. Meryl Nass

By Dr. Meryl Nass and Kristina Borjesson, May 30, 2021

Dr. Nass provides a plethora of shocking details showing massive malfeasance by the CDC and FDA that cost lives, prolonged the pandemic and protected the continued use of unprecedentedly dangerous covid vaccines.

Our Covert Regime Change Wars

By Daniel Larison, May 30, 2021

The U.S. presents itself as the builder and enforcer of an international order defined by the rules and institutions created in the wake of WWII. While the U.S. frequently violates those rules, international law still constrains how the U.S. has operated in the world. Even when pursuing regime change, the U.S. has felt constrained by the principle of nonintervention to conceal its role in toppling foreign governments when there is no legal excuse readily available.

Loophole Lets Soya Farmers Tear Down the Amazon

By Andrew Wasley, Alexandra Heal, and et al., May 30, 2021

The Amazon rainforest is still being burnt to make way for soya to feed the world’s livestock, despite supposedly tough rules designed to prevent precisely this deforestation. An investigation has uncovered how three of the world’s biggest food businesses have purchased soya from companies whose supply chains have been the subject of concerns over links to illegal deforestation and forest fires in the Brazilian Amazon.

Palestinian Patients in Jerusalem Face Loss of Gaza Homes from Hospital

By Aseel Jundi, May 30, 2021

Long stays in Jerusalem’s hospitals have always been difficult on families caring for their sick children. This time, the strain has been magnified by Israel’s military campaign, which lasted for 11 days and left behind it widespread destruction, death and heartbreak. Families from Gaza have no immediate option to join their loved ones back home.

Nuclear War and the Future of Humanity. Conversations with Fidel Castro

By Fidel Castro Ruz and Prof Michel Chossudovsky, May 30, 2021

From October 12 to 15, 2010, I had extensive and detailed discussions with Fidel Castro in Havana, pertaining to the dangers of nuclear war, the global economic crisis and the nature of the New World Order. These meetings resulted in a wide-ranging and fruitful interview. The first part of this interview published by Global Research and Cuba Debate focuses on the dangers of nuclear war.

Israel Post Ceasefire: When the Dreams of Israelis Collide with the Hopes of Palestinians

By Michael Welch, Prof Michel Chossudovsky, Robert Inlakesh, and Mike Prysner, May 29, 2021

Michelle Bachelet, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, said that her office verified the deaths of 270 Palestinians including 68 children in this month’s violent attacks mostly in Gaza, but also in East Jerusalem and the West Bank.

How Severe are the Side Effects of the Pseudo-anticovid Vaccines?

By Dr. Nicole Delépine, May 29, 2021

This is a difficult question, because it is certain that as always, many side effects are not reported by doctors, families or patients. We will content ourselves with summarizing here the effects recognized by the official American (Vaers for the USA) and European (Eudravigilance of the European Medicines Agency) institutions.

Actions for Peace by Canadians: In Support of the People of Palestine

By Ed Lehman, May 28, 2021

The Regina Peace Council condemns Israel’s attacks on Palestinians in the territories of Gaza and Sheikh Jarrah. We demand the Trudeau government stop supporting Israeli aggression and lend its support to a real ceasefire and peace negotiations.

Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi Interview: COVID Vaccine Blood Clot Risk Was Known, Ignored & Buried

By Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi and Taylor Hudak, May 28, 2021

Joining us today is Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi, here to discuss the ‘dangerous mRNA vaccines’ and how he and his organization warned about the blood clots (and much else now coming to pass) that we are now seeing from the COVID-19 injections, months before they began.

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