The detained children — a group distinct from those in prison — are not allowed to move freely or even go to school without an escort. They are forced to wear tracking devices.
Month: December 2022
Caitlin Johnstone: ‘US Interests’ in ‘Unprovoked War’
The first official imperial position — (A) “We hate this war and never wanted it” — is discredited by its second, simultaneous position — (B) “This war benefits us tremendously.”
PATRICK LAWRENCE: A War of Rhetoric & Reality
Washington put us all on notice when Zelensky got to town: It has no intention of seeking a diplomatic solution to the Ukraine crisis and every intention of recommitting indefinitely to its ideological war.
Fighting the ‘Psyopcracy’
It is a hard thing to combat because it’s not a physical enemy but rather messages that lodge themselves in millions of people’s minds. And it has come to rule over us.
JOHN KIRIAKOU: CIA Should Get Out of the Laboratory
The C.I.A. has long had labs, whether overt or covert, where terrible things happened.
Chris Hedges: Democrats Are a Party of War
The Democratic Party has become the party of permanent war, fueling massive military spending which is hollowing out the country from the inside and flirting with nuclear war.
Everybody In, Nobody Out
Liz Theoharis imagines building a pro-democracy movement attuned to the needs and dreams of everyday people.
FTX Mirrors 18th Century British Financial Scandal
A tradition of loose oversight and regulations has been the hallmark of Anglo-American capitalism, writes Amy Froide.
NHS Price Problem is Big Pharma, Not Striking Nurses
What the nurses are up against when they go on strike should unite us all, writes Tarun Gidwani. Everywhere, the same corporations are hollowing out people’s ability to exercise their right to health.
Caitlin Johnstone: US Military’s Tribute to CNN Reporter
It’s hard to imagine a more disgraceful way for a correspondent to retire than with a standing ovation at the Pentagon.