Bojo/Brexit News Links 26 September 2019

26 September 2019 — The New Dark Age

There may be some duplication due to cross-posting and may be updated throughout the day, so check back

Britain: political crisis deepens as Supreme Court intervenes

Odds cut on Boris Johnson being shortest serving PM

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26 September 2019 — Housmans Books

1. Undercover Policing & Trade Unions Conference, London
2.  Stop Nato – December 2019

3. ‘Only Nonviolent Rebellion Can Now Stop Climate Breakdown And Social Collapse’ 
4. ‘Mask Off: Masculinity Redefined’ with JJ Bola
5. ‘Queer Intentions: A (Personal) Journey Through LGBTQ + Culture’ with Amelia Abraham
6. ‘Building a New Catalonia: Self-determination and Emancipation’ with Ignasi Bernat, Liz Castro, Robert Knox and David Whyte
7. ‘Here to Stay, Here to Fight – A Race Today Anthology’
8. ‘Why I am a Pacifist’ with Tim Gee 

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Hong Kong Protests: “Return” to the British Empire and the 1842 Treaty of Nanjing… ? By Manlio Dinucci

25 September 2019 — Global Research

Hundreds of young Chinese, in front of the British Consulate in Hong Kong, sing the God Save the Queen and shout “Great Britain Saves Hong Kong”, a rally call in London by 130 parliamentarians who ask that British citizenship be given to residents of the former colony. In this way, Britain is emerging in world public opinion, particularly among young people, as a guarantor of legality and human rights. To do this, History is erased.

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Black Agenda Report 25 September 2019: The Austerity Race to the Bottom / Freedom Rider: Black Misleaders’ Phony Outrage / Imperial Mindset: The Real Enemy / BAR 13th Anniversary, Tribute to Bruce Dixon / 2016 Ballot Questions / Poetry: Save the Children

26 September 2019 — Black Agenda Report

Drop the Term “Austerity” – It’s the Race to the Bottom 

Glen Ford, BAR executive editor
In the corporate-organized Race to the Bottom, withdrawal of health care
is a weapon to discipline workers and their families, as is the whole
“austerity” regime.

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The Irreversible (but Laborious) Construction of a Multi-Polar Order

24 September 2019 —

Atilio Borón

Ismael Hossein-zadeh, an Iranian-born Kurdish economist and professor emeritus at Drake University (Iowa) wondered in a recent post why China, India, Russia and other countries do not challenge the tyranny exerted by the US over the institutions that monitor, regulate and control the functioning of the international economic and financial system such as the IMF, the WB, the WTO, the Bank for International Settlements (Basel) and the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT).(i)

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