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File - Activists protest against the rising prices of food, petrol ,diesel and cooking gas, Jammu, India, 28 March 2022.
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What Food Shortage? Humanity Is Sacrificing Itself On The Altar Of Corporate Profits And War

WorldNews.com 17 May 2022
Today, as the world produces more food than ever before, more than one in ten people on Earth are hungry. But the hunger of almost 1 billion people is taking place at the same time corporate food producers sell the food, manipulating production and prices which reap enormous profits ... In “Stuffed and Starved,” Raj Patel writes ... .
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File - Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, left, and Solomon Islands Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare review an honor guard during a welcome ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2019. The U.S. on Monday, April 18, 2022, announced it is sending two top officials to the Solomon Islands following a visit last week by an Australian senator over concerns that China could establish a military presence in the South Pacific island nation.
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With All Eyes On The Russia-Ukraine War, China And The Solomons Sign Security Deal

WorldNews.com 19 Apr 2022
As the world and especially the United States and NATO eyes the ongoing and deadly conflict between Russia and Ukraine, China continues to be the clear winner. To be sure, a leaked document has revealed that China and the Solomon Islands are signing a security agreement ... ... Dallas Darling (darling@wn.com) .
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A Ukrainian soldier secures the area next to the regional government headquarters of Mykolaiv, Ukraine, following a Russian attack, on Tuesday, March 29, 2022.
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Is The Supreme Court Another Racist Institution? And If So, What Will It Take To Change It?

WorldNews.com 29 Mar 2022
It was hurtful to watch the GOP-led attacks against Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, especially the claims made by Senators Josh Hawley, Ted Cruz, and Lindsay Graham. The ridiculous attacks over sentencing leniency, a children’s book ... It continued with the social segregation and political disenfranchisement that African Americans still endure ... Sen.
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A man jokes as he reacts to the camera while building a trench with soldiers and neighbors, in Lityn, Ukraine, Wednesday, March 16, 2022.
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Who Will Win The Russia-Ukraine War? Whichever Nation Or Nations Have A Realistic Rendering Of The Past

WorldNews.com 18 Mar 2022
“I found myself in the difficult position of having to decide on a course of action which would answer the American threat, but which would also avoid war ... To be sure, the quest for important knowledge from the past does not only inform judgment in the present but judgement in the future ... a free and honest press and a free and honest education ... 141..
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A Ukrainian soldier and a militia man help a fleeing family crossing the Irpin River in the outskirts of Kyiv, Ukraine, Saturday, March 5, 2022.
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5 Fatal Mistakes The US And Western Europe Made With Vladimir Putin

WorldNews.com 08 Mar 2022
As the mass of corpses - both military and civilian - pile up in the Russia-Ukraine Conflict, one is forced to ask why the United States and Western Europe haven’t learned the most basic lessons from past military engagements ... The first mistake was failing to grasp Putin’s mindset, found in his autobiography, “First Person ... It had nowhere to run ... .
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A man looks at the gutted remains of Russian military vehicles on a road in the town of Bucha, close to the capital Kyiv, Ukraine, Tuesday, March 1, 2022.
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Whatever One Thinks About Putin, He Simply Followed the West’s Blueprint in Attacking and Occupying Ukraine

WorldNews.com 04 Mar 2022
Whatever one thinks about President Vladimir Putin, he is simply following the United States and Western Europe’s blueprint for invading and occupying Ukraine ... In other words, any society that derives its power “solely” from a constitution and the will of its leaders is undermining democracy-an ideal that has rarely been put into practice.
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SpaceX’s Falcon 9 PSN VI rocket prepares to launch from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla., Feb. 21, 2019. The satellite will provide communication and internet services for Indonesia and South East Asia.
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Risking Future Space Wars, Does 5G Satellites Fulfill Eisenhower’s Second Warning About A Scientific-Technological Elite?

WorldNews.com 21 Feb 2022
While many Americans are aware of President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s ominous warning of the military-industrial complex in his 1961 Farewell Address, hardly anyone knows about the second danger. being held captive by the "scientific-technological elite." ... Nothing should be taken for granted ... State of the Free Press. Fair Oaks, California ... 88.(2) Ibid., p.
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Ukrainian servicemen guard a checkpoint at the line of separation in the Luhansk region, in Luhansk, Ukraine, Thursday, Feb. 3, 2022. When the U.S. and NATO rejected the Kremlin's security demands over Ukraine last week, fears of an imminent Russian attack against its neighbor soared.
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Shocking Report On “Reasoning” Shows The US Is Ill-Prepared To Deal With The World’s Problems, Starting With Russia-Ukraine

WorldNews.com 04 Feb 2022
There has always been a fundamental paradox with humankind. The human mind is both genius and pathetic, brilliant and idiotic, patient and impulsive, modest and arrogant, and cooperative and belligerent. But according to a new report, many Americans have embraced the latter traits of the human mind instead of the former ... .
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File - Disgraced financier Bernard Madoff leaves U.S. District Court in Manhattan after a bail hearing in New York, Monday, Jan. 5, 2009. Madoff, the financier who pleaded guilty to orchestrating the largest Ponzi scheme in history, has died in prison.
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Like Madoff, Trump’s Tax Fraud And Election Schemes Are Shielded By A Decadent System That’s Destroying America

WorldNews.com 28 Jan 2022
In late 2008, as the global economy collapsed, the largest Ponzi scheme in history was uncovered. Bernie Madoff had orchestrated a massive fraud, raking in at around $64 billion. Families were ruined. Life savings were lost. And though Madoff landed in prison, a maddening question remained. How had he gotten away with it for so long ... Capitol.
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Men look over a railing at a Union Pacific railroad site on Thursday, Jan. 20, 2022, in Los Angeles. Thieves have been raiding cargo containers aboard trains nearing downtown Los Angeles for months, taking packages belonging to people across the U.S. and leaving the tracks blanketed with discarded boxes.
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The Next Civil War In The US Will Not Only Be Fought Over Politics But Economic Inequality

WorldNews.com 24 Jan 2022
Economic inequality has no solution in the United States. Attempts at even superficial efforts of redistribution, for which there has been little to no political support, tend only to slow inequality and economic insecurities ... Trucking firms are experiencing the same problems. looters ravaging trucks ... Call America for what it really is.
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People walk by a homeless man feeding pigeons on a New York street, Tuesday, June 1, 2021.
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An Essential Workers Bill Of Rights Is Past Due - And Is The Only Way To Save America From Fascism

WorldNews.com 17 Jan 2022
With consumer prices rising substantially and inflation at a 40-year high, an Essential Workers' Bill of Rights patterned after the GI Bill of Rights (Serviceman’s Readjustment Act) is long overdue. It also may be the only thing to save the United States from a fascist takeover, like the one that occurred on January 6, 2001 ... Whereas the Jan.
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U.S. Rep. Cori Bush, D-Mo., offers condolences to the families of deceased Amazon workers and calls on Amazon to release information surrounding its communications with workers and driver franchises during a candlelight vigil near a partially collapsed Amazon warehouse Friday, Dec. 17, 2021, in Edwardsville, Ill.
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From Memphis to Amazon: Death by Segregation, Greed, and Corporate Violence

WorldNews.com 21 Dec 2021
Damning information about the deadly workplace disaster at an Amazon building in Illinois, along with texts showing the company threatened to fire drivers facing tornadic conditions if packages were not delivered, summons another deadly workplace tragedy in 1968 during the era of segregation ... Consequently, their deaths were due to Jim Crow laws ... Dr.
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Ursula von der Leyen at the podium during the Cristal Award Ceremony during the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum 2020 in Davos
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The Great Reset: A New Just and Sustainable Economic Model or Hoax of the Century?

WorldNews.com 08 Nov 2021
(1) The winners in our highly inequitable economy might declare themselves social justice warriors, but they do not act like it. Such was the 50th annual meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF). The WEF, which brought together high-profile business and political leaders from all over the world, called their annual meeting The Great Reset.
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File - President George W. Bush waves to a rescue worker while touring the site of the World Trade Center terrorist attack in New York City, 14 September, 2001.
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President George W. Bush and Afghanistan: The Terrorist President?

WorldNews.com 04 Sep 2021
President George W. Bush and Afghanistan. The Terrorist President?. The American public largely shared President George W. Bush’s imagined anxieties when Islamic extremists destroyed the World Trade Center buildings and attacked the Pentagon, killing almost 3,000 Americans ... It was a lie ... Whether or not Americans can see the obvious ... said Paul Pillar.
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File - U.S. Marines, bottom, with Charlie Company, 1st Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment talk with a British soldier near Marjah, Afghanistan, Feb. 21, 2010.
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Should the US Rethink Its Afghan Exit Strategy? Millions of Women and Children May Depend on It

WorldNews.com 11 Jul 2021
Recent reports of record bloodshed and an increase in human rights violations against women and children (particularly females) amid the United States exiting Afghanistan should make the most ardent anti-interventionist reconsider the war in Afghanistan ... (1) ... The violations consist of attending school or participating in government.

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