Still don't believe the US has concentration camps? Notorious racist Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio literally boasted "I already have a concentration camp," referring to his "tent city" where he interned immigrants.
The interventionist policies you’ve championed your entire career have left millions of children dead, starving, destitute and displaced in Afghanistan, Iraq, Honduras, Libya, Syria, Yemen, Ukraine, Haiti and many other countries.
Rosanna Barrera – one of two Guaidó appointees who embezzled tens of thousands in humanitarian aid funds – forgets the alibi she had prepared mid-interview. US media is silent as this scandal unfolds. https://t.co/8lUKXBdC69
My latest, based on @MaxBlumenthal on @bamnecessary: Reporting on Syria is replete with citations from “independent sources,” but look closer & a list of financiers & managers w/ connections to central orchestrators & beneficiaries of the conflict appears. https://t.co/GJ8USdOTM7
The former democratically elected leftist president of Honduras, Manuel Zelaya, who was overthrown in a US-backed right-wing military coup 10 years ago, is speaking at the @PeoplesForumNYC via Skype about how the violent US-backed puppet dictatorship is ravaging the country pic.twitter.com/P8fIZS1JDc
#Israel#Iran The Israel Security Agency (Shabak) proclaims to arrest a 32 years old Jordanian citizen named Thaer Shafout with the charge of spying for Intelligence Ministry of Iran in Western Bank.https://t.co/qTQ6I4y7cm
"The FreedomBox project is extremely valuable, not least as a proof that distributed systems can be built...More needs to be done on developing distributed services that users want, and which are economically viable."
“Iran Crisis: Have We Learned Nothing From the Iraq War?” - on today’s #Deconstructed I speak to Colin Powell’s former chief of staff about the eery parallels between the Iran crisis today and the run-up to the Iraq invasion in 2003. Have a listen: https://t.co/JIQqmKhNo2
New revelations from The Intercept's examination of a leaked data archive of Brazil's corruption prosecutions shows how former President Cardoso was spared because prosecutors needed his support. Mike Fox explains