Black Agenda Report March 1, 2023

Wednesday, 1 March 2023 — Black Agenda Report

East Palestine, Ohio and the Oligarchy
Margaret Kimberley
A freight train derailment brought environmental catastrophe to a small Ohio town. While the circumstances are somewhat unique, events there followed a predictable pattern in a country run by and for the ruling class.

ESSAY: Canada in the Caribbean, Caribbean International Service Bureau, 1971
Editors, Black Agenda Review
A 1971 statement shines a bright white light on the long history of Canadian imperialism in the Caribbean.

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Russo-Ukrainian War: Schrodinger’s Offensive

Wednesday, 1 March 2023 — Big Serge

A ramble about force design, Moldova, and a fortress on the steppe

Winter War on the Steppe

Where is the big Russian offensive? This is, at the moment, the million dollar question that inevitably intrudes on any discussion of the war’s current course. It is probably not surprising (to those of us that are familiar with human nature, at least) that this question becomes a Rorschach test in which everybody sees their own prior assumptions about the Russian military.

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UkraineNews Links 28 February – 1 March 2023

Wednesday, 1 March 2023 — The New Dark Age

US Berates Georgia for Not Being Sufficiently Anti-Russian

Zionists Attack Palestinian Writers and Australian Free Speech

African Union under Western pressure

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Openly pro-Israel Oracle now has control over UK’s most sensitive national security data!

Wednesday, 1 March 2023 — MintPress News


Executives at the software giant Oracle have made it clear that they’re loyal to the settler-colonial government of Israel that’s occupying Palestinian land. They have also managed to win contracts that put Oracle in charge of sensitive data from the UK government.

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Leaked Files Expose Britain’s Ambulances for Terrorists Conspiracy

Kit Klarenberg

On February 6th, Syria and Turkey were brutally rocked by a 7.8 magnitude earthquake, one of the most devastating recorded in the Levant’s history. Ever since, residents of these countries and the region more widely have been subjected to a particularly unforgiving – yet illuminating – crash course in Western double standards over humanitarian aid.

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