We Are That History That Is Discredited, but Which Reappears When You Least Expect It: The Forty-Fourth Newsletter (2020)

29 October 2020 — Tricontinental

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Bolivian President-elect Luis Arce and Vice President-elect David Choquehuanca, 2020

Dear Friends

Greetings from the desk of the Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research.

Almost exactly a year ago, on 10 November 2019, a coup d’état struck down the Bolivian people after General Williams Kaliman ‘suggested’ that President Evo Morales Ayma resign. Morales – following acts and threats of physical violence against him, his family, and his political party – left the presidency, went to Mexico, and then eventually went into exile in Argentina.

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Vaccines – Who Needs Them?

28 October 2020 — American Herald Tribune

BY David Macilwain

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It’s a serious question that few have asked, and there’s no clear answer. Up till this point in the Coronavirus play, discussion on vaccines has been limited to one perspective – how effective might they be, and how long before one is available. Thanks to the rigors of lock-downs and upending of society necessitated – we are told – by the need to avoid the virus and “save lives”, interest in a vaccine that might save us from this hell has been intense, not least amongst the shareholders of pharmaceutical companies vying for a share of the global market.

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Biden Will NOT Be Soft On China; He’ll Continue Trump’s Aggressions

28 October 2020 — Caitlin Johnson

by Caitlin Johnstone

Hunter Biden’s former business associate Tony Bobulinski has given a lengthy interview on Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Tonight, testifying about corrupt international business practices within the Biden family involving China and other countries, and allegedly involving Joe Biden himself while he was vice president.
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