Monthly Archives: March 2014

  1. Former U.S. Ambassador: Russia Responding to Years of U.S. Hostility

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    31/03/2014 by Don Quijones

    In an interview with the American independent media outlet Democracy Now (featured below) Jack Matlock, the former U.S. ambassador to …
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  2. Sunday Clip: “I’ve Still Got Nazi Bullets in My Ass”

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    30/03/2014 by Don Quijones

    In the following scene, from the 2006 comedy Little Miss Sunshine, the heroin-snorting Grandpa Edwin Hoover (played brilliantly by Alan …
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  3. Peaceful Indignation Turns to Violent Rage in Rajoy’s Spain

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    29/03/2014 by Don Quijones

    After years of predominantly peaceful demonstrations, things are beginning to turn decidedly ugly on the city squares, streets and avenues of …
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  4. RGBS’s Film of the Week: The World According to Monsanto

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    26/03/2014 by Don Quijones

    There are few companies on this planet that enjoy more influence over government and regulatory procedures than the U.S. agribusiness …
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  5. Simiocracy: Six-Minute Cartoon On Spain’s Post-Crisis Crisis

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    24/03/2014 by Don Quijones

    In 2009 Aleix Saló produced Españistan, a cheekily irreverent cartoon on Spain’s insane housing bubble that was watched by millions …
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  6. Sunday Clip: “Say Goodbye to the Bad Guy”

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    23/03/2014 by Don Quijones

    This week’s Sunday clip comes courtesy of Brian de Palma’s 1983 tour de force, Scarface. The scene features a drunken, …
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  7. El colonialismo corporativo : ganadores y perdedores del “libre” comercio global

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    23/03/2014 by Don Quijones

    “Pienso en la globalización como una luz que brilla más y más sobre unas pocas personas, mientras el resto está en …
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