Charles III coronation reminds of Britain’s bloody history of genocide, slavery, and loot
The coronation ceremony and centuries of plunder by the British Empire cannot be seen in isolation.
Paying tribute to the victims of genocide in Namibia
Every year, descendants of the Nama-Ovaherero tribes gather at Swakopmund Memorial Park Cemetery in Namibia during the month of March to pay tribute to their ancestors who were victims of the genocide that took place from 1904-1908.
U.S. threatens Ethiopia and Eritrea with Illegal “Legal Designation of Genocide”
The U.S. is falsely accusing Ethiopia and Eritrea of hindering food aid and committing genocides in the ongoing war in Tigray. The charges are false and the US has no right to make such a claim on its own. Ann Garrison continues reporting from the region.
Genocide In Canada: mass grave of Indian children found
A Catholic Church-run residential school for indigenous children was an extermination camp. It operated until 1978.
The Xinjiang genocide determination as agenda
Because of the world’s fundamental interconnectedness, the increasingly Cold War-like relations between The West and China have negative consequences for both systems and for the rest of the world.
The watchdogs of imperialism and the Uyghur genocide slander
On February 26 the Canadian Parliament passed a motion, by a vote of 226 to 0, expressing the opinion that “the People’s Republic of China has” implemented “measures intended to prevent” Uyghur and other Turkic Muslim births and that these measures are “consistent with” the United Nations Genocide Convention.
Magellan, inquisition and globalisation
The Philippines today struggles with this history. Some Filipinos highlight the warm native reception extended to Magellan’s fleet and the first Catholic mass, reminiscent of American Thanksgiving mythology.
U.S. State Department accusation of China ‘genocide’ relied on data abuse and baseless claims by far-right ideologue
The Trump and Biden administrations have relied on the work of a right-wing religious extremist, Adrian Zenz, for their “genocide” accusation against China. A close review of Zenz’s research reveals flagrant data abuse and outright falsehoods.
Does the West repeating claims of China committing genocide in Xinjiang reify it?
The Jewish Virtual Library quotes Nazi propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels as having said: “If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it.”