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Simultaneous actual multicultural demonstration. "<a href="https://www.presstv.com/Detail/2018/09/05/573280/UK-Labour-antiSemitism-code-outrage">Pro-Palestine Groups Condemn UK Labour Party's Anti-Semitism Vote</a>," <em>Press TV</em>, September 5, 2018.

The participation of UK corporate media in Black deaths

In the run up to the 2015 UK General Election, BBC Political Editor Laura Kuenssberg interviewed Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn and attacked him for his refusal to unequivocally support police shoot-to-kill policies. Corbyn’s position was “I am not happy with a shoot to kill policy in general.… I think that is quite dangerous and I […]

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Berlin Bulletin by Victor Grossman

Which way?

Ups and downs in Germany are less dramatic than in Minsk or the USA, now suffering under the corona pandemic, terrifying forest fires and worrisome election-fever. But Germany, too, could veer left or right.

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If humanity is to have any future at all

If humanity is to have any future at all

The history of capitalism as a world system is punctuated by struggles for world hegemony between declining hegemonic powers and rising states, usually leading to world wars. We are now in such a period, which had been building for some time under Obama and is now being pursued much more openly and belligerently under Trump.

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Paramilitaries financed by the U.S. and Colombian governments are captured by conventional security forces and members of the Bolivarian Militia

The nonexistent peace in Colombia

Class struggle in Colombia will escalate as the hopes of the peace deal are continuously shattered by the blood and gore of political killings. Without any material policies, the guarantees of the Peace Agreement have turned out to be hollow.

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Berlin Bulletin by Victor Grossman

Mirror mirror and politics

“Mirror, mirror on the wall…” Nearly every German knows the story of Snow White. Currently, the question of who is “fairest of them all” faces nearly every German political party or, in modern terms, who can attract more votes in next year’s election.

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