Selected Articles: Ten Ways to Call Something “Russian Disinformation” Without Evidence

The Dangers of Environmental Toxins

By Jemma Nott, October 28 2020

While California, Brazil and Bolivia have spent the past Northern Hemispheric summer burning and we all await more chaos created by more frequent natural disasters, a climate emergency of a different nature has gone under the radar for some time.

Five World’s Wealthiest Families Control a Fortune of over $620 Billion

By Justinas Baltrusaitis, October 28 2020

Spread across different economic sectors, some of the global most affluent families continue to amass more wealth. Despite the recent economic uncertainty, the wealthiest families in the world appear to be doing just fine.

Subject: COVID Coverage by Swiss Radio and TV. Peter Koenig’s Open Letter to the CEO of SRF

By Peter Koenig, October 28 2020

Covid discussions appear even between news topics as special shows and discussion “panoramas”. They are constantly alarming and aiming clearly at fear mongering.

70 Years after China and the DPRK Defeated the United States in Korea

By Kim Petersen, October 28 2020

This year, 2020, is the 70th anniversary of the Chinese People’s Volunteers (CPV) army entering the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) to help in, what the Chinese call, the War to Resist US Aggression and Aid Korea.

Video: The Secret Government. The Truth About the CIA and US Foreign Policy at the Height of the Cold War

By Bill Moyers, October 28 2020

Bill Moyers’s Secret Government was aired on PBS in 1987. This documentary gives quite an overview of what has actually happened in the 40 years before 1987 regarding the CIA and the cold war.

US versus Russia in Syria. “A Fake ‘Revolution’ Using Islamic Gangs”

By Stephen Lendman, October 28 2020

There’s nothing “civil” about a near-decade of US-launched war in Syria — part of its longstanding aim to redraw the Middle East map to control the region unchallenged.

Ten Ways to Call Something “Russian Disinformation” Without Evidence

By Matt Taibbi, October 28 2020

How do you call something “Russian disinformation” when you don’t have evidence it is? Let’s count the ways.

The Philippines in the Eye of the Storm

By Dr. Ruel F. Pepa, October 28 2020

Poverty still dominates the informal settlements–squatters areas–in major cities where people generally lead scratch-and-peck existence in tightly packed neighborhoods because of the large-scale unemployment situation.

By Abayomi Azikiwe, October 28 2020

As millions of people in the United States cast early ballots for the upcoming presidential and Congressional elections, tensions are escalating over the future of racial politics inside the country.

The Neoliberal Capitalist Lockdown: Class Consciousness in the Age of COVID

By Colin Todhunter, October 28 2020

COVID marks a crucial stage of neoliberal capitalism. Under yet another strategy of creative destruction, millions of livelihoods across the world continue to be destroyed and small businesses are on the edge of bankruptcy.

“The World That I See Today”: Sanity, Her Son, and the Credulous

By Jordan Henderson, October 28 2020

I have recently completed a large painting (oil on canvas), exploring the emotional and spiritual side of mandatory masks, and what they symbolize. Visual art can serve as a medium to express sentiments from an angle that cannot be achieved verbally.

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