Monthly Archives: July 2014

  1. Hey, Mr Bobby

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    26/07/2014 by Don Quijones

    Hey Bobby Marley, Sing something good to me… So begins the chorus of Manu Chao’s tribute to the late reggae …
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  2. Gen Dempsey: “We’re Pulling Out Our Cold War Military Plans Over Ukraine”

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    26/07/2014 by Don Quijones

    Chairman of the Joint Chiefs compares Russia activities to Soviet invasion of Poland in 1939; State Department makes new claims, …
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  3. To “Protect the Press,” Spain Tries to Muffle the Internet

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    25/07/2014 by Don Quijones

    At the turn of this fledgling century, the list of countries using repressive measures to restrict Internet freedom read like …
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  4. The $100 Trillion Question: How To Replace The FED?

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    24/07/2014 by Don Quijones

    Here’s a thought-provoking thought experiment from the Corbett Report, which asks a question that no mainstream media outlet or economist would …
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  5. Memory of a Plunder — How An Entire Nation Was Destroyed By Debt

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    24/07/2014 by Don Quijones

    Argentina is back on the front pages of the financial press — and once again for all the wrong reasons. …
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  6. Fresh From the Archives: Late British MP Accuses BBC of Pro-Israel Bias

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    23/07/2014 by Don Quijones

    In 2007, during Israeli’s last blanket bombardment of Gaza, the unusually principled Labour MP Tony Benn, who passed away in March …
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  7. Behind the Curtains: Who’s Driving the US-EU Trade Agenda?

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    23/07/2014 by Don Quijones

    Last week the United States and the European Union completed their sixth round of talks on the Transatlantic Trade and …
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