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The Gary Null Show – 04.02.18

Other data collection operations far worse than Cambridge Analytica Greg Palast is a journalist’s journalist, whose news breaking stories appear on BBC Television, The Guardian and Rolling Stone Magazine. The British Tribune has called Greg  “the most important investigative journalist in our time.” He has won many awards including from the Financial Times,  the National Press Club and the George Orwell Courage …

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Moving Forward – 11.06.17

The mainstream media is claiming that Detroit is making a comeback. But questions remain, who is the city making a comeback for and who is paying the price for this comeback?  We are joined today by Abayomi Azikiwe to answer these pressing questions. Abayomi Azikiwe is the editor of the Pan-African News Wire, an electronic press agency that was founded …

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The Gary Null Show – 05.02.17

An analysis of Trump’s economic strategy and the rule by a corporate oligarchy Greg Palast is a journalist’s journalist, whose news breaking stories appear on BBC Television, The Guardian and Rolling Stone Mgazine. The British Tribune has called Greg  “the most important investigative journalist in our time.” He has won many awards including from the Financial Times,  the National Press …

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CONN HALLINAN – Dangerous Seas: China and the USA

A combination of recent events underpinned by long-running historical strains reaching back more than 60 years has turned the western Pacific into one of the most hazardous spots on the globe. The tension between China and the U.S. “is one of the most striking and dangerous themes in international politics,” says The Financial Times’longtime commentator and China hand, Gideon Rachman. In just …

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What Women Must Know – Real Food, Fake Food : Why You Don’t Know What You Are Eating with Larry Olmsed – 08.18.16

Larry Olmsted is an award-winning journalist and author who has written several thousand articles for major newspapers and magazines worldwide over the past 20-plus years. He has been a print columnist for two of America’s three national newspapers, Investor’s Business Daily and USAToday, and has written for many other prominent papers including the Financial Times, New York Daily News, Boston Globe, Denver Post, South China Post, and others. His magazine work has included Playboy, Popular Science, Outside, Men’s Health, Inc., Worth, American Airlines’ American Way, Robb Report, Golf Magazine, US Airways Magazine, and dozens of others.

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Stephen Lendman – Stark Differences: Jeremy Corbyn vs. Bernie Sanders

Differences between them are stark. Sanders is more opportunist than populist, nearly always supporting Democrat pro-war, pro-Israel, pro-business, anti-human/civil rights policies – voting with party members 98% of the time, more than most Democrats, polar opposite his high-minded rhetoric, hiding his real agenda. In over three decades as a Labour party member, Corbyn opposed its policies over 500 times – …

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Forex scandal: White collar criminals must face jail not fines, say UK experts

Financial penalties expected to hit British banks for Forex rigging will do little to tackle financial crime in the City of London as regulators continue to prioritize high finance over ordinary citizens, experts warn. British banks could be fined billions in coming months as investors pursue them for rigging foreign exchange (Forex) rates, following a landmark US settlement on Friday. …

EuroZone Profiteers: How German and French Banks Helped Bankrupt Greece – Pratap Chatterjee

Alexis Tsipras, the prime minister of Greece, has called a national referendum this Sunday to call the bluff of the European Union and International Monetary Fund who are trying to force his country to accept severe austerity in return for effectively rolling over much of the countries’ debt. Today Greece owes its creditors €323 billion ($366 billion), some 175 percent of the country’s …

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IMF: Ukraine Must Now Steal $1.5 Billion+ From Russia To Buy Arms

In December, a multi-billion-dollar loan [variously stated as $3-$3.5 billion] to Ukraine comes due, which Ukraine had received from Russia. The IMF has provided a new debt plan, however, dictating that existing loans to Ukraine that have an expiration-date are to be subjected to a haircut. Thus, the resource gap of the country totaling $40 billion is to be reduced. Since the crisis, Ukraine …