28 June, 2012 — Global Research
As some 500 000 Haitians still live in displaced camps, five star hotels are being built amid shanty towns.
30 June 2012
“There — it sickens one to have to wade through this grimy sea of opportunism. What a spectacle of shuffling, lies, vacillation and imbecility does this Game Political offer to us? I cannot conclude without an earnest appeal to those Socialists, of whatever section, who may be drawn towards the vortex of Parliamentarism, to think better of it while there is yet time.
29 June 2012 — VTJP
22 Elected Legislators Still Imprisoned By Israel
IMEMC – Head of the Census Department at the Palestinian Ministry of Detainees, Abdul-Nasser Farawna, reported that the current number of elected Palestinian legislators imprisoned by Israel dropped to 22 after Israel released, on Thursday afternoon, two legislators, the Palestine News Network, PNN, reported. …
21 June 2012 — Counterfire
Mike Wayne is a Professor in Screen Media at Brunel University in London. His most recent book is Marx’s Das Kapital For Beginners.
The relevance of Marx’s Das Kapital to the modern capitalist world is once again getting a hearing. After the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 and the opening up of China to international capitalism, the political and economic elites declared that a new economic paradigm had arrived, bringing with it undreamt promises of wealth and consumer bliss as long as the market was left to do its own thing. Plenty of people listened to them. But their hubris and complacency rested on a massive historical amnesia that blinded them to an elementary truth borne out by nearly 400 years of history: namely that capitalism remains structurally prone to major economic crises.
29 June 2012 — williambowles.info
WikiLeaks’ Assange defiant over UK police request
LONDON (Reuters) – WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said it was almost certain he would not leave his embassy refuge on Friday to enter a British police station as part of his extradition process to be.
28 June, 2012 — Global Research
The NATO-backed covert aggression against Syria could be reaching a tipping point for all-out war involving state forces. That should be no surprise. For the past 16 months, NATO and its regional proxies have been steadily increasing the violence and turmoil inside and outside Syria, while the Western corporate-controlled media maintain the ridiculous fiction that the bloody chaos is largely due to the government forces of President Bashar Al Assad cracking down on “peaceful protesters”.
29 June 2012— williambowles.info
Judge orders prosecution to explain stonewalling in Bradley Manning case
World Socialist Web Site
A military judge on June 25 ordered Army prosecutors to address accusations that they have withheld evidence from the defense team of accused whistleblower Bradley Manning.
28 June 2012 — Information Clearing House
Obama Stalling His Way To War With Iran
By Flynt Leverett and Hillary Mann Leverett
Obama is locking America into a path that is increasingly likely to result in yet another U.S.-initiated war in the Middle East during the first years of the next presidential term. http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article31714.htm
28 June 2012 — VTJP
Israel Army Asks For Extensive Deployment On Egyptian Border
IMEMC – Israeli paper, Maariv, reported Thursday that senior leaders of the Israeli army are demanding the government to grant the army $15 billion over the coming five years, in order to deploy the military in full capacity along the border with Egypt. …
28 June 2012 — williambowles.info
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange ordered to present himself to police
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been served with a letter saying he has to present himself to a London police station tomorrow, according to sources.
21 June 2012 — John Pilger
Arriving in a village in southern Vietnam, I caught sight of two children who bore witness to the longest war of the 20th century. Their terrible deformities were familiar. All along the Mekong river, where the forests were petrified and silent, small human mutations lived as best they could.