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Oceania is at War with Fascism

November 5, 2018           |                                       

If you’re a critic of global capitalism (sometimes referred to as “globalism”), I’ve got some good news and some bad news for you. The good news is, you’re not a “peddler of Russian propaganda” anymore. The bad news is, you’re an anti-Semite. You’re probably also a domestic terrorist, or an “emboldener” of domestic terrorism, or […]

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Posted by Tom Engelhardt at 7:44am, September 27, 2018.Follow TomDispatch on Twitter @TomDispatch. [Note to TomDispatch Readers: A small reminder that this world will make more sense to you if you pick up copies of recent Dispatch Books. For today’s piece, for instance, there could be no better background than historian Alfred McCoy’s hit book, […]

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Ideas are dumb. Not ideas generally; people have good ones all the time. You probably have a few yourself. I mean Ideas, the product, often capitalized, wrapped individually like apples in an airport coffee shop, sold in books with one-word titles and in lecture series and at festivals. Ideas that are gawped at by the […]

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In Lindsey Graham’s questioning of DOJ IG Michale Horowitz in today’s hearing on the IG Report on the investigation of Hillary Clinton, he said, repeatedly, “none of this is normal.” By that, he meant the comments that Peter Strzok and Lisa Page had made about Trump back in 2016. (1:45) Would you say that this […]

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Bipartisan War Party Panics as Kim Meets Trump

June 13, 2018           |                                       

Subscribe to the Intercepted podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher, Radio Public, and other platforms. New to podcasting? Click here. U.S. warmongers are in panic mode. The end of the longest continuous war on the planet, the Korean War, may be in sight. This week on Intercepted: As TV pundits gasped at the sight […]

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Cara di Mineo. Reception centre for Mineo asylum seekers, Sicily. Wikicommons. Davide Mauro. Some rights reserved.The formation of a populist government in Italy is causing disarray among policymakers and policy advisors working in a framework that has not assimilated advances in interdisciplinary sustainability science. Their discussions are dominated by the prospect of a clash of […]

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