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textIssues Involving Current And Other Vaccines by Article Writer
Why does 50% of the population want to be avoid vaccination injections....
Posted: Thu Jan 14, 2021 7:37PM
textThe Shortwave Report 01/15/21 Listen Globally! by Dan Roberts
A weekly 30 minute review of international news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio and the internet. With times, frequencies, and websites for listening at home. 3 files- Highest quality broadcast, regular broadcast, and slow-modem streaming. NHK Japan, Radio Havana Cuba, and Radio Deutsche-Welle....
Posted: Thu Jan 14, 2021 6:02PM
textHow COVID-19 catastrophe has been fueled by the drive for profit by a California health care worker (WSWS repost)
A worker describes pre- and post-pandemic conditions at a California hospital....
Posted: Thu Jan 14, 2021 8:29AM
textStrengthening the Welfare State by Josef Woss and Niema Movassat
Resist the beginnings of fascism, manipulation and control! Trump's smear campaigns, scapegoating, fear mongering, $8-trillion tax heists, corporate welfare, attacking the poor, minorities, seniors, disabled, children and students have left democracy in intensive care. Helicopter money, a Marshall Plan for journalism and ending wars could revive the indispensable debate culture....
Posted: Mon Jan 11, 2021 3:02AM
textEasing into a New Normality of the Crisis by Lisa Becker, Alex Demirivic & Horst Kahrs
With the intertwining of the Corona and economic crises, massive distribution struggles are already looming. Society, in a collective effort to prevent illness, has downsized its economic activity. This collective decision must not serve to enrich a few. The radical taxation of the great fortunes is an indispensable moment to face the Corona crisis....
Posted: Mon Jan 4, 2021 8:17AM
textPfizer VP Calls For Vaccine Withdrawal, Flu Shots Down, Nobel Prize Winner Warns by Sovereignty
Why have flu shots dropped 98%? Why does a retired Pfizer VP petition EU health agency to withdraw vaccine? Why are not just pregnant women but all women who want ever to conceive warned against vaccine? Nobel Prize winner and creator of PCR test says it should not be used in covid 19 tests. Why?...
Posted: Sun Jan 3, 2021 1:24AM
textSuperior Brain Function In Fruitarians, Vegans, And Vegetarians by Sathyagraha
Diets without animal or fish flesh, eggs or dairy are free of many neurotoxins...
Posted: Thu Dec 31, 2020 1:23PM
textCorona Measures: When children are the ones who suffer (I and II) by Michael Klundt
The government seems to be abdicating its responsibility by 1) not supplying the population with masks, 2) not compensating people so they can stay away from workplaces, 3) eliminating school meals for hundreds of millions of children and 5) not including children in decision-making....
Posted: Thu Dec 31, 2020 3:40AM
textInvitation to New Thinking by Mechthild Schrooten and Michael Klundt
One virus changed everything. Covid-19 has managed to do what all the discussions about climate change and justice in recent years have failed to do. Phenomena that threaten humanity are no longer a theory. The pandemic has made the risk of our extensive lifestyle tangible. For this global crisis is not an exogenous shock. Rather, crass, profit-oriented globalization has fueled its spread....
Posted: Tue Dec 29, 2020 6:14AM
textToxic Vaccine Ingredients: The Devil is in the Details by Dierdre Imus Transmitter
Dierdre Imus, NY radio host, bestselling author, wants toxic ingredients removed from vaccines....
Posted: Mon Dec 28, 2020 8:46AM
textExperts Criticize Paleo Diet And Lectin Attacking Steven Gundry by Reader
Steven Gundry promotes slaughterhouse foods and attacks fruits and vegetables....
Posted: Sun Dec 27, 2020 10:30PM
textEducating the City Manager (and his Neighbors) by Robert Norse
On December 20th and 21st, Santa Cruz Union activists demonstrated and spoke in front of City Manager Martin Bernal's suburban house at 96 Brookwood Drive. Bernal's police have begun demolition of the San Lorenzo survival campgrounds destroying tents, gear, and other property. In winter weather, with no winter shelter, defying a shelter-in-place CDC order--Bernal's decree raised much outrage....
Posted: Sun Dec 27, 2020 4:24PM
textNext Steps in Fighting the Anti-Homeless Sweeps? by Robert Norse
An outreach demonstration today on Pacific Avenue seeks to gather perspectives and supporters for a sane and fair solution to the Winter Shelter crisis. The crisis has been provoked and intensified by City Manager Bernal's Sweeps, the overboard powers granted him by Myers' City Council, the lack of any walk-in shelter, and the police destruction of homeless gear in violation of the Boise v. Martin "no tickets without shelter" decision....
Posted: Sat Dec 26, 2020 5:11PM
textMissing Documentation on San Lorenzo Camp Extermination to Remain Missing by Robert Norse
I sent the following Public Records demand to the City Administrator/Clerk on 12-17 regarding the abrupt and toxic shutdown of the San Lorenzo Campground displacing 150-200 people. I received a reply that City offices would be "closed for the holidays" until January 4th -but City Mangler Bernal has set January 6th as the date for completion of the destruction of the shelter-in-place camp....
Posted: Wed Dec 23, 2020 9:56AM
textPopulists and Experts by Thomas Frank
Privilege versus equality. "The central issue in the conflict between the government and doctors in Saskatchewan is not health insurance, but democracy," noted the Toronto-based newspaper The Globe and Mail after the strike began. "The experts, no matter what their specialty, must always ultimately be subordinate to the laity, or democracy can't work."...
Posted: Tue Dec 22, 2020 7:47AM
text"Health is not a Super basic right" by Niko Harting
What has to change with regard to the handling of our fundamental rights from a legal, but also from a political point of view? The federal government's Corona policy is not without alternatives, and it has by no means always been successful, as the unsuccessful "partial lockdown" has shown. Nor is there "science" that agrees on necessary measures; there are also many critical voices among medical experts....
Posted: Mon Dec 21, 2020 3:24AM
textTne Vaccine Court, RFK Jr., Anthony Fauci, Covid-19 And Animals by AVFN
The unconstitutional actions of the US' Vaccine Court Robert F Kennedy Jr. Vs Anthony Fauci Animals Can Catch Covid-19...
Posted: Fri Dec 18, 2020 6:37PM
textClimate change and social transformation in times of corona by Norbert Trenkle
Companies go bankrupt, workers are laid off, and because the sources of income dry up, millions of people can no longer even buy the most basic necessities... What counts is whether the things produced can be sold on the market and make a profit....
Posted: Wed Dec 16, 2020 4:27AM
textClimate Change Can be Addressed in Coronavirus Relief, Study Says Development Group Urges by Zach Conti
As countries address their debt crises, policy responses can reduce climate change, asserts a new study. “Linking Debt Relief and Sustainable Development: Lessons from Experience,” examines previous debt relief processes to learn how debt and climate responses can work in tandem....
Posted: Mon Dec 14, 2020 7:59AM
textThe discussion about Corona by Herbert Bottcher and Gunther Salz
Corona can only become a kairos if we gain the theoretical capacity of recovery and create the conditions for a transformation. Taking the healthcare system away from the markets and obliging large companies to be oriented in the common good would be steps to infrastructure socialism....
Posted: Sun Dec 13, 2020 4:35PM