The Belmarsh Tribunal is all about trying those who are guilty of crimes against humanity and those who are trying to cover them up by persecuting Julian Assange. (With transcript).
Tag: Yanis Varoufakis
On the Influence of Neo-Nazism in Ukraine
A short history of neo-Nazism in Ukraine in response to NewsGuard’s charge that Consortium News published false content about its extent.
Varoufakis: How to End ‘Global Empire of Capital’
In the face of climate catastrophe and a rising risk of nuclear war, Greece’s former finance minister says the global ruling class are “doing their best to push humanity over both cliffs at once.”
Chile’s Triumph over the Legacy of Pinochet
“For decades, our people have expressed their dreams and hopes on the streets and in the squares,” Gabriel Boric’s party said after their candidate’s victory.
Democracy in America 1832 – 2022
Alexis de Tocqueville, the French visitor to the United States 180 years ago, already defined the enduring American character and what would come to pass, writes Micheal Brenner.
Varoufakis Says Zuckerberg Is Stealing ‘Meta’ Name
In a tweet Friday, the Greek economist and Progressive International co-founder called out the tech giant for taking the moniker of a global anti-capitalist think tank.
WATCH: The Belmarsh Tribunal — The War on Terror on Trial
Inspired by the Russell-Sartre Tribunal of 1966, the Belmarsh Tribunal is putting the U.S. in the dock for its War on Terror crimes. Watch the replay.
95 Greek & 10 Icelandic MPs Join Call to Biden to Free Assange
The Greek and Icelandic MPs have joined British and Australian counterparts in telling President Joe Biden to drop the charges against the WikiLeaks publisher.
WATCH: Worldwide Members of Parliament Back Assange
An international symposium of parliamentarians, including Jeremy Corbyn, spoke on Saturday in a Don’t Extradite Assange production simulcast by CN Live! Watch the replay here.
Colluding in Character Assassination
Jonathan Cook says that opponents have become brilliant at deploying smears that alienate some of the natural constituencies of victims such as Assange, Corbyn and Varoufakis.