The American Police State: Selected Stories

14 May 2019 — Global Research

Drivers Beware: The Deadly Perils of Traffic Stops in the American Police State

By John W. Whitehead

Trying to predict the outcome of any encounter with the police is a bit like playing Russian roulette: most of the time you will emerge relatively unscathed, although decidedly poorer and less secure about your rights, but there’s always the chance that an encounter will turn deadly. Read more…

Cuba’s Earthy Traditions, and Jean Vanier

By Prof Susan Babbitt

Jean Vanier, dead last week, was philanthropist and Christian, founder of L’Arche, a remarkable organization for developmentally disabled.  Vanier was also a philosopher who left Academia for society’s vulnerable.  I used his Becoming Human, in class after philosophy class, to explain 20th century Marxist philosopher, Che Guevara.

We Take to the Streets of Tel Aviv to Demand an End to the Siege on Gaza

By Gush Shalom

Today Tuesday, 14 May, marking one year after 64 protestors were shot dead during the Great March of Return Protests in Gaza, we will take to the streets to demand an end to the siege on Gaza and a better future for all of us. We will meet Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at 7 PM in Habima square, Tel Aviv. Read more…

Serbia and NATO’s Shameful Legacy

By Živadin Jovanović and Maurizio Vezzosi

NATO is responsible for the death of thousands of innocent people in Serbia, including children, for the use of depleted uranium ammunition and other means of massive destruction. It is also responsible for the war damage valued at about 100 billion USD. Read more…

Face to Face with the Truth. The War against Syria and its People

By Mark Taliano

Everybody who has been paying attention knows that the war on Syria is not a civil war, that it was and is externally-orchestrated, perpetrated, and sustained, and that the on-going catastrophe was avoidable. Read more…

The “Swedish Allegations” Concerning Julian Assange

By Justice for Assange

Assange was always willing to answer any questions from the Swedish authorities and repeatedly offered to do so, over six years. The widespread media assertion that Assange “evaded” Swedish questioning is false. Read more…

How Madeleine Albright Got the War the U.S. Wanted

By Gregory Elich

U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright regularly sidelined Rugova, however, preferring to rely on delegation members from the hardline Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA), which had routinely murdered Serbs, Roma, and Albanians in Kosovo who worked for the government or opposed separatism. Read more…

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