Join us for Solidarity Knows No Borders Webinar #3

23 March 2021 — Migrants Organise

Migrants organise

Dear friends,

We are excited to announce the third event in our #SolidarityKnowsNoBorders webinar series THIS Thursday 25th of March at 6pm –  Cases into Causes, Causes into a Movement: How Can Individual Campaigns Lead to Collective Justice?  Make sure you register on Zoom to join now!

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NHS: “Maybe we will never catch up”

23 March — NHS Support Federation

Evidence-based journalism and research on the NHS to create change.

This week the worry of NHS staff is clear; like the eye surgeon who believes that it will take over two years to work through the backlog of operations and suggested: ” maybe we will never catch up.” Similarly, an NHS trust boss says cancer and heart surgery will take many years to work through. It is more important than ever to raise the pressure to get the right NHS policies in place: on funding, staffing, organisation, outsourcing, and accountability. and this reality is ver much guiding our work, please share it where you can.

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Coming to the Playing Field: Biden Puts Australia First. “Buttering Up” Allies against China

22 March 2021 — Global Research

By Dr. Binoy Kampmark

Featured image: Jake Sullivan (Source: Public Domain)

It has gotten tongues wagging in the diplomatic corps of Beijing, Washington and distant Canberra.  The opening session of the two-day summit between China and the United States in Anchorage, Alaska was ill-tempered.  “We do not seek conflict,” insisted White House National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan from the outset, “but we welcome stiff competition, and we will always stand up for our principles, for our people, and for our friends.”  There was little doubt that what followed was stiff.  

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“The Western Firewall Is Complete”: The CIA’s Vast Modern Anti-Communist Propaganda Effort

22 March 2021 — See you in 2020

With Covid-19, the coming of the 2020s “Greater Depression,” and the climate catastrophe that’s increasingly afflicting our society with disasters like last month’s Texas blackouts, class conflict in the United States has reached the highly intensified state that it was destined to reach when neoliberalism first became implemented. You can’t drive down the living standards of the masses this much without provoking an ever greater series of uprisings, as shown by the unprecedented amount of participants that last year’s Black Lives Matter protests gained.

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Talks in Alaska can be transformative for US-China ties

22 March 2021 — Indian Punchline

Secretary of State Antony Blinken ( second from right) and national security adviser Jake Sullivan (right) facing Chinese Communist Party foreign affairs chief Yang Jiechi (second from left) and China’s State Councilor Wang Yi, left, at the opening session of US-China talks in Anchorage, Alaska,  March 18, 2021

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