Monthly Archives: August 2013

Syria’s Chemical Weapons Use: A History and the Hypocrisy

The hypocrisy of imperialist anti-Assad circles in the United States and Europe complaining about the use of chemical weapons in a two-year civil war is stunning. Interventionists that want to kill more people to show that the use of chemical weapons is too inhumane, … Continue reading

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Infographic on Adjunct Exploitation by Corporate-Academia This is a brilliant rendering of the crisis in higher ed where profit for the administration class is emphasised and education for the students is merely a marketing ploy for institutional advancement scams.

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President Obama’s Disappointing Cancellation of Putin Summit in Moscow

During the 2008 campaign, Senator Barack Hussein Obama stated he would travel and speak to our “enemies” and engage directly our adversaries in face-to-face talks. Neo-con Hillary Clinton viciously attacked the senator for demeaning the presidency and for jeopardizing its … Continue reading

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Gar Alperovitz, Hiroshima and Me: E-mail From the Great Historian

War Criminal Tibbets piloted the Enola Gay, named after his mother, that destroyed a city of non-combatants. These non-combatants and innocents did NOT bomb Pearl Harbor. Today marks the sixty-eighth anniversary of the greatest war crime ever perpetrated with the … Continue reading

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US Travel Alert, Embassy Closings are a Hoax

The US is manufacturing the rationale for its anti-Al Qaeda world-wide travel alert and overreacting to the September 11, 2012 attack on its consulate in Benghazi, Libya in order to avoid political repercussions from the Republicans. The State Department is closing 19 embassies, consulates and other assets for … Continue reading

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DePaul University Philosophy, The New York Times Article Applies to You!

The New York Times has published an article on the sexual harassment case of University of Miami philosopher Colin McGinn. Professor McGinn was forced to resign his tenured position because of sexual harassment complaints by a first-year graduate student. In … Continue reading

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The Greatness of Vladimir Putin in Snowden Liberation

The Russian Federation President has extended a protective hand for American freedom fighter, Edward Snowden. Granting the great figure temporary asylum for one year is an appropriate response to the United States increasing persecution of political prisoners. While it should … Continue reading

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