Tag "Neoliberals"

The radio Echo of Moscow equates WWII Nazis to political prisoners

On the Victims of Political Repressions memorial day the radio Echo of Moscow posted an image of the Nazi Germany soldiers captured by the Soviet Army. The text above the image talks about president Putin unveiling the memorial to the victims of the political repressions. Published records indicate that out of approximately 3 million German soldiers captured on the territory of the Soviet Union, 381,067 German Wehrmacht POWs died. 356,700

Walmart Declares War on Amazon and other news

  In the U.S., Walmart declared an open war on Amazon by telling trucking companies that it will no longer do business with them if they continue moving goods for Amazon. Recently I had a lovely discussion about who should be called the new anti-Christ. First, anyone who attacks and kills Christians for their faith is an anti-Christ. Second, if  Christianity vanishes from earth, an anti-Christ would come as a messiah

Battle of fake Cossacks vs Navalny Liberals in several tweets, by Scott

A brief excursion into how the “opposition” in Russia makes fake “news,”  and political statements based on fake “news.” Alexey Navalny is a leader of so called “Anti-Corruption Foundation,” allegedly, the Western governments funded neo-liberal NGO organization. Recently, a documentary was released alleging that A. Navalny has been an MI-6 agent for over  a decade.   Tuesday May 17th, 2016 Navalny’s tweet: In Anapa airport group of dressed up clowns

War Supplemental Makes Room for Iran

By Maya Schenwar The Bush administration’s $196.4 billion war supplemental spending request, released Monday, has Democrats reeling. Senate Appropriations Committee Chairman Robert Byrd called the supplemental “short-sighted at best,” while House Appropriations Committee Chairman Dave Obey remarked in a statement, “It’s amazing to me that the president expects to be taken seriously.” Yet beyond the request’s mind-boggling size, its open-ended aims point to the potentially vast scope of the “war

“Tikkun” on the Israel Lobby: bad for the world, bad for the USA, bad for Israel, bad for Jews

by Michael Lerner 1. A Zionist Boy Reads the Prophets—How I came to critique the Israel Lobby I grew up in the heart of what would eventually become the Israel Lobby in the U.S. My father and mother were national leaders of the Zionist movement in the U.S. My mother used to talk proudly of how, at five years old, I was standing outside the local bank on Bergen Street

Pigs of War

By Cindy Sheehan “I believe it is imperative that we never lose our voice of dissent, regardless of political pressure. As Martin Luther King, Jr said: ‘there comes a time when silence is betrayal’…However, it is unforgivable that Congress has been unwilling to examine these matters or take action to prevent these circumstances [executive branch crimes] from occurring again.” – Congressman John Conyers (D-MI), Introduction to Constitution in Crisis (2006)

Hillary The Republi-neo-Con And The Inner Party Push

by Daniel McAdams Although other bloggers have been cited elsewhere on the Barbour, Griffith PR firm move to replace Maliki with Allawi, they have all missed the point: This is NOT a Democrat plot to undermine Republican policy in Iraq, dude: This is “The Party” shifting tactics toward open conflict with Syria and Iran. Anything else is diversionary propaganda. Case in point: Barbour, Griffith is a Republican firm. No doubt

Neocons vs Neoliberal – is there any difference at all?

Neolibs and Neocons, United and InterchangeablePhilip Giraldi When it comes to foreign policy, particularly as it relates to the Middle East, there is not a whole lot of separation between the Democratic and Republican Parties. Republicans tend to be more bellicose in their statements, but Democrats have more than made up for that with their steely resolve to take the fight to the enemy wherever he might be. Both Republicans

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