In their letter, the groups detailed a number of harmful effects the war in Ukraine has had on the planet in its first 14 months, including the sabotage of the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines.
Month: April 2023
The Most Powerful Demolition of Russiagate Yet
Patrick Lawrence celebrates Jacob Siegel’s essay in Tablet magazine on the “hoax of the century.”
Report: Exploiting Ukraine War for LNG Expansion
In an investigation targeting the “shock doctrine” practices of the gas industry, Greenpeace is calling on policymakers in both the U.S. and EU to move away from expanding LNG infrastructure before it’s too late.
Lithium in Bolivia — A Looming Clash of Views
Mario Orospe Hernández says a rapid escalation of lithium extraction in the Bolivian Andes conflicts with the beliefs of Indigenous communities who call the region home.
Chilean President Plans to Nationalize Lithium Industry
Gabriel Boric says the initiative, which will be sent to Congress later this year, is designed to boost the economy of the nation, which has some of the world’s largest reserves of the high-demand metal.
JOHN KIRIAKOU: Havana Syndrome — Paranoia or Reality?
Gang-stalking. Extremely low frequency radiation. Voice to Skull (V2K) technology. None of these were terms the author had ever heard of during his 15 years at the C.I.A.
Caitlin Johnstone: Australia Pays Clapper for US Aims
Among the American swamp monsters hired by Canberra is the Obama administration’s spy chief, who has an established track record of lying and manipulating to advance the interests of the U.S. empire.
Harry Belafonte — Confronting the ‘Triple Evils’
Both the late singer and his close friend Martin Luther King Jr. saw their civil rights advocacy as the cutting edge of a still broader struggle for equality, writes Sam Pizzigatti.
Tucker Carlson Tried to Serve Two Masters
The Fox News host paid the price because he tried the impossible — straddling the divide between corporate media and critical journalism, writes Jonathan Cook.
Court Reverses Frankfurt Ban on Roger Waters Concert
The ruling in favor of the the Pink Floyd co-founder is being hailed as a victory for artistic freedom and, as one Palestinian rights activist put it, “an epic fail for the Israel lobby.”