8 November 2019 — Coldtype
8 November 2019 — GMWatch
Certain policies, strongly promoted by the Gates Foundation, open Africa to the multinational seed companies in the name of modernization, but they undermine climate resilience and food security for Africa’s small-scale farmers. Report: Million Belay, Timothy A. Wise
8 November 2019 — John Pilger
The new John Pilger film, The Dirty War on the NHS, will be released in cinemas in the UK on 1 December and broadcast on the ITV Network on 17 December.
The film’s launch will straddle an extraordinary period in Britain, especially an election campaign which, for the first time for years, offers voters a genuine choice. The film’s theme, the privatisation and destruction of the NHS, is already a major election issue.
“The Dirty War,” says Pilger at the beginning of the film, “is about democracy. Above all, it is a warning.”
For screenings and tickets, go to www.thedirtywaronnhs.com
8 November 2019 — Global Research
Not reported by ANY corporate media was the October 2 London protest to protect Julian Assange, led by Pink Floyd’s world famous co-founder, Roger Waters and award-winning journalist John Pilger, in front of Britain’s Home Office. About 1,000 people attended.
8 November 2019 — Off Guardian
The network of lawyers in conflicting roles in Browder, Assange and US government cases raises questions about Julian Assange’s defense.
A US government lawyer in the Assange extradition case just wrote a London Times oped promoting the Browder Magnitsky hoax. Ben Brandon is one of five lawyers in a London network whose spokes link to convicted tax fraudster William Browder, the U.S. government, and to both sides of the extradition case against whistleblower publisher Julian Assange.