Daily Archives: January 20, 2015

Race and Ethnicity: Selma, secretly | Greg Palast


(Axis of Logic/ GregPalast.com, 19 January 2015)   In 1930, when my father was an eight-year-old kid in Chicago, he asked his older brother why people were outside in the cold snow waiting in a long line. His brother Harold … Continue reading

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Jean-Marie Le Pen and the West’s Predicament | BINOY KAMPMARK


(Counterpunch, January 20, 2015) Je Suis Charles   We need a strong alliance between Europe with its technology and Russia with its resources. This is our duty of historic proportions. Jean-Marie Le Pen, Komsomolskaia Pravda, Jan 15, 2015 The conspiracy … Continue reading

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