Peter Beinart Leads Charge to Cancel Palestinian American Journalist Mnar Adley

Friday, 11 November 2022 — MintPress News

Mnar adley

The latest victim of cancel culture wave is MintPress News founder and editor-in-chief Mnar Adley. Adley had been booked to host and moderate an event discussing anti-Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) laws in the United States, and how Palestinians are under increasing pressure to silence themselves, when she was herself, ironically, removed from the panel at the behest of a shady advisor.

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Ukraine News Links 10-11 November 2022

Friday, 11 November 2022 — The New Dark Age

Lessons For Armistice Day 2022

Why the Taliban, ISIS and Ukraine are not so different when it comes to blowing up monuments

The Decline Of The West: Spengler In Today’s World

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Stepping Back and Looking

Friday, 11 November 2022 — The van says…

It was a big step to take back from Kherson, yet where does that leave Russia?


After the Russian withdrawal from Kherson, many are asking what Russia’s next step may be. This post needs not look at the withdrawal, the focus being on certain factors which were either underestimated or simply not considered by military leaders in Moscow in the earlier phases in the war. Today we will look at the overall situation as is and tomorrow’s article shall examine some of the options and possibilities as we look to the future.
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Amid Growing War Frenzy in Europe, Cement King Settles Scores with China

Friday, 11 November 2022 — CovertAction Magazine

By Felix Abt

Max Amstutz, the Cement King. [Source:]

Max Amstutz, the former head of the world’s largest cement company, Holcim, is calling on Europe, like many other Western warmongers before him, to arm itself massively against China and Russia in preparation for the inevitable major confrontation.

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Glyphosate, GMOs and Pesticides – Weekly Global News Bulletin 11 November 2022

Friday, 11 November 2022 — Sustainable Pulse

New Large Scale Biomonitoring Results Show Increasing Herbicide Exposure in Pregnant Women

The average level of dicamba herbicide in the urine of pregnant women has increased more than 3-fold since 2017, the year widespread planting of dicamba-tolerant GMO crops began, Heartland Health Research Alliance (HHRA) reported on Tuesday. Dicamba levels in urine have risen dramatically compared to levels of 2,4-D.  In 2010-2014, the average level of 2,4-D […]

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Digital Maps Require Greater Government Oversight

6 November 2022 — Undark

We rely more on mobile navigation apps than we realize. It’s a mistake to overlook them when regulating Big Tech.

By Benjamin Santos Genta

Even though I have lived in Los Angeles for more than five years, I still regularly open the map on my phone to orient myself, to avoid traffic, and to choose the best restaurants nearby. Anecdotes and data tell me that I’m not alone: The majority of Americans regularly use mobile GPS navigation, even in their own cities. Google Maps, the most popular such app, has more than one billion active monthly users worldwide.

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