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The US’ persecution of Venezuelan envoy Saab, arrested in Cabo Verde, has nothing to do with alleged money laundering

For nearly a year, Colombian businessman and Venezuelan Special Envoy Alex Saab has been imprisoned on the island nation of Cabo Verde (aka Cape Verde) 400 miles off the northwestern coast of Africa in the Atlantic. Saab is now awaiting…

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Are we about to face rise in ECO-TERRORISM once Covid-19 pandemic is over?

Amid post-Covid-19 economic recovery, the risk of climate-activist eco-terrorism is increasing, and with it the danger of political elites co-opting its motives to implement contentious “green” regulatory regimes. As the world wrestled with Covid-19 in 2020, another sinister crisis, years…

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I’m on a ‘hit list’ Kiev allows to silence dissent & journalism. That’s all you need to know about Ukrainian ‘democracy’

Address issues which Ukraine, the West’s client state, does not like and you could end up on a ‘hit list’. Because that’s apparently how flourishing democracies roll… Last week, photojournalist Dean O’Brien participated in a United Nations meeting to give…

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Denmark MP Messerschmidt shoots down UN & EU in row over his country’s bid to outsource asylum-seeker processing to Rwanda

Denmark’s hardline stance reflects a changing world and increased mobility that mean conventions signed in the aftermath of World War II are no longer fit for dealing with European migration, says the People’s Party MP. Leading Danish politician Morten Messerschmidt…

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‘We were fighting & in danger. To now say that’s a war crime makes me really angry’ – is Aussie SAS killer a hero or a villain?

An Australian SAS war hero broke down in the witness box as he recalled the killings he carried out in Afghanistan that earned him the Victoria Cross. Newspapers also allege he brutally murdered six unarmed detainees. The defamation case involving…

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Cyberattack blame games are closer to nuclear war than it might seem – which is why a cyber-security treaty is essential

NATO has made it clear a sufficiently serious cyberattack can be treated as a physical one, and trigger a response as such. That means not even nuclear war is off the table, and an international treaty is urgently needed. A…

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Bugs Bunny, LGBTQ superstar? Insider creates bizarre database of LGBTQ cartoon characters in the name of ‘inclusion’

Have you ever wanted to pore over a database of cartoon characters to learn which ones are gay, transsexual, and “gender nonconforming?” No? Well you can anyway, thanks to the intrepid journalists at Insider. Technology has changed the work of…

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Caitlin Johnstone: The lie that a kinder, gentler US Empire is possible

The main rift among the American left wing is between people who seek an end to the imperialist murder machine, and people who just want the imperialist murder machine to give them healthcare. Minnesota Representative Ilhan Omar has once again…

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A murder epidemic, migrant crisis & economic meltdown at home… but STILL the US meddles in the world’s affairs

As Joe Biden and Kamala Harris make their first significant appearances on the world stage, the problems are mounting up back home. They’d do well to make fixing them their top priority, rather than interfering in other countries. US President…

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Bullying beer firm BrewDog’s ‘punk’ schtick has gone flat. It’s just a grubby profit chaser like all the rest

The successful ‘non-corporate’ craft beer firm has won plaudits for its tasty ales and clever marketing. But its ‘culture of fear’ left a nasty taste with ex-employees, who have gone public with some damning accusations. It’s the ones you least…

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