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anon 20.06.2018 11:41
Trump campaign manager accused of manslaughter?
Apparently some corporate tv news media is accusing Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort of manslaughter. The guy is already in prison.

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_ 20.06.2018 09:45
Trump Folds: Will Sign Executive Order To End Family Separation Policy
back to your regularly scheduled "left activist" (lol...) hysteria

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8:30 PM 20.06.2018 08:16
ICE protest tonight @ 4310 SW Macadam Ave
ICE building on the Portland waterfront. There will be another vigil tonight at 8:30 pm. #AbolishICE #ICEoutofPDX #OccupyICEPDX

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RT 20.06.2018 08:04
Peter Fonda Sides With rAT
Actor Peter Fonda suggests Trump's son should be put 'in a cage with pedophiles' in a Twitter rant

Published time: 20 Jun, 2018 14:18

Actor Peter Fonda suggests Trump's son should be put 'in a cage with pedophiles' in a Twitter rant
Peter Fonda © Mike Blake / Reuters

Hollywood actor and activist Peter Fonda has let loose on Twitter in protest at the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" immigration policies which have seen 2,000 children separated from parents at the US-Mexico border.

During the multiple-tweet rant, Fonda suggested that Trump's 12-year-old son Barron should be ripped away from his mother Melania and put "in a cage with pedophiles" to see if she will "stand up against" her husband then.

WE SHOULD RIP BARRON TRUMP FROM HIS MOTHER'S ARMS AND PUT HIM IN A CAGE WITH PEDOPHILES AND SEE IF MOTHER WILL WILL STAND UP AGAINST THE GIANT ASSHOLE SHE IS MARRIED TO. 90 MILLION PEOPLE IN THE STREETS ON THE SAME WEEKEND IN THE COUNTRY. FUCK
— Peter Henry Fonda (@iamfonda) June 20, 2018

Fonda appears to be referencing allegations that migrant children are being held in what the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) has said are "highly inappropriate and even unsafe" circumstances with adults they do not know and "without the proper privacy" that they need.

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RT 20.06.2018 06:05
Cry Me A River? MSNBC Rachel Maddow's Tears During Migrant Piece Get Mixed Feaction
[ NOTA BENE : Maddow also ridicules and advocates speech restrictions on 9/11 skeptics. ]
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MSNBC anchor Rachel Maddow broke down in tears over a piece on children of illegal migrants. While some expressed sympathy, others accused her of hypocrisy and staged emotions.

The segment went viral, with some people expressing sympathy towards Maddow's reaction.

Not everyone believed her, though - with some users ridiculing Maddow and suggesting that her breakdown was staged.

Taken straight from the Chuck Schumer book of how to fake cry on national television.
— Mike Mason (@MikeMason830) 20 &#1080;&#1102;&#1085;&#1103; 2018 &#1075;.

Maddow also got accused of harboring 'double standards'. Some Twitter users questioned why the host shed didn't shed tears when she saw the footage from migrant detention centers and anti-deportation rallies during the Obama administration.

Where were Rachel Maddow's crocodile tears when families were separated under George W. Bush and Barack Obama? They don't give a damn about children - they care about a political agenda. pic.twitter.com/z94QCrvniU
— Stefan Molyneux (@StefanMolyneux) 20 &#1080;&#1102;&#1085;&#1103; 2018 &#1075;.

Where were Rachel Maddow's tears in 2014 when Obama detained mothers and children?

Rachel Maddow cries on TV because kids are separated from their illegal parents

Remember when she cried when Obama did this?

Remember when she cried for Kate Steinle?

Remember when she cried when Obama deported over 3M illegals?

I don't. Maddow has selective crying disorder.
— Collin Rugg (@CollinRugg) 20 &#1080;&#1102;&#1085;&#1103; 2018 &#1075;.

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_ 20.06.2018 03:53
President Bill Clinton on Illegal Aliens, SOTU Address 1995
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m3yesvvYEvs

excerpt from President Clinton's State Of The Union speech, to a joint session of the 104th United States Congress on January 24, 1995.
Neocon William Kristol called the address the "most conservative State of the Union by a Democratic president in history."

QUOTE :
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" All Americans, not only in the States most heavily affected but in every place in this country, are rightly disturbed by the large numbers of illegal aliens entering our country. The jobs they hold might otherwise be held by citizens or legal immigrants. The public service they use impose burdens on our taxpayers. That's why our administration has moved aggressively to secure our borders more by hiring a record number of new border guards, by deporting twice as many criminal aliens as ever before, by cracking down on illegal hiring, by barring welfare benefits to illegal aliens. In the budget I will present to you, we will try to do more to speed the deportation of illegal aliens who are arrested for crimes, to better identify illegal aliens in the workplace as recommended by the commission headed by former Congresswoman Barbara Jordan. We are a nation of immigrants. But we are also a nation of laws. It is wrong and ultimately self-defeating for a nation of immigrants to permit the kind of abuse of our immigration laws we have seen in recent years, and we must do more to stop it. "
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Paul Atwood 20.06.2018 03:45
[Trump:] "What? You Think We're So Innocent?"
Channel surfing the corporate media's alleged "news" broadcasts the other day I took note of a startling admission from Trump being interviewed about his meeting with Kim Jong-un. Assuming I'd also see it on the other channels I didn't pay attention to which network was televising at that moment. I mention this oversight because Trump's words were astoundingly honest coming from the mouth of any elite overseer of the empire let alone the current oligarch in-chief... and they were immediately disappeared from all outlets including the one which committed the transgression. I wish I took note of which network it was. In response to media questions about his failure to address the dismal human rights record of North Korea Trump in his inimitable manner said "What, you think we're so innocent?"

I don't know what residual naivete on my part allowed me to think for the moment that the corporate Ministry of Truth would willingly broadcast the maximum leader's words about our own nation's crimes against humanity but there it was. Not for long though. Such an admission of our own guilt in human affairs was an egregious infraction on the part of editors. Big Brother was not happy! Trump was quoted on this subject again and again on all networks but now his quotes were limited to statements that "... a lot of countries ... have similar records." Any hint of our own murderous actions was verboten. The real fake news was back on track.

Trump is the first president of whom I am aware even to broach the unmentionable much less admit publicly that we are hardly exceptional.

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Horst Schaefer and George Rammer 19.06.2018 06:58
The Beam in the White House
Iran is the "greatest supporter of terror," declared president Donald Trump. With that, he justified his peace-endangering cancellation of the nuclear agreement with Iran. Reducing foreign policy to scapegoating is Hitlerian. Hitler said the world was laughing at Germany and the Jews were responsible for all distresses and contradictions. The causes of wars must be sought and fought where the state and the economy team up to enforce capitalist interests.

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Ann Robertson - Bill Leumer 19.06.2018 04:31
We Can Thank Top Union Officials For Trump
The Democratic Party has always been pro-corporate and pro-rich. The philosophy underlying capitalism is, after all, the idea that successful people build successful businesses that run the economy. But when inequalities in wealth were far less severe, corporate interests and the interests of everyone else seemed mildly compatible, at least to the "middle class." With inequalities in wealth widening and the "middle class" losing ground, interests between these two classes have deeply diverged. Democrats have embraced austerity, supported lowering taxes on corporations, and left education and social programs short-changed.

The far left has been critical of the Democratic Party for decades. But now, especially after seeing how the party treated Bernie Sanders, denouncing the Democrats has approached mainstream. This trend has been encouraged by a spate of books critical of the party and exposing its reliance on big financial donors.

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anon 18.06.2018 11:53
U.S. Citizens not allowed to bring children to prison
U.S. Citizens sentenced to prison are having their children ripped from their arms, pulling apart families.

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Bruce Lerro and Barbara MacLean 16.06.2018 15:30
Big Brother Facebook: Drawing Down The Iron Curtain on Yankeedom
The upper middle class honchos of Facebook, having taken one class in political science in the United States, cannot tell the difference between sociology, political economy, and culture. Their formula is:

Russia = political = bad

America = Democratic Party = good

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Michel Luc Bellemare 16.06.2018 15:24
Herd-Mediocrity And The Meta-Narrative Of Bourgeois-Capitalism
June 15th, 2018

The Enlightenment meta-narrative of bourgeois-capitalism is committed to mediocrity. In fact, the Enlightenment meta-narrative of bourgeois-capitalism celebrates it. Everywhere the meta-narrative of bourgeois-capitalism reigns supreme, mediocrity follows, due to the fact mediocrity is the order and the criterion of any type of hierarchy founded on the Enlightenment meta-narrative of bourgeois-capitalism. Indeed, as Nietzsche states, under such rubric "one and all [is] adjusted... to the most dubious mediocrity".1, as the meta-narrative of bourgeois-capitalism concerns itself, foremost, with the propagation, the celebration, and the production of mediocrity, in and across, the stratums of everyday life and socio-economic existence. The reason is due the fact that mediocrity is most profitable and the most obdurate socio-economic substance any socio-economic formation or narrative can fashion for itself. Meaning, mediocrity increases capitalist profit and the chances of duration, longevity, and resilience, pertaining to any ruling power.

Mediocrity is a congealed, unyielding, mass of citizens, intolerant to social change, novelty and liberty in the sense that mediocrity wants its own suppression, enslavement, and homogenization, which any ruling power can readily accommodate easily. Mediocrity is a herd, according to Nietzsche:

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rAT 15.06.2018 19:50
Herr Sessions' Child Kidnapping Ring Is Pure Nazi Evil
separated at birth WTF? Have we degenerated as a people THIS freaking far?

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The Day the US Became an Empire 15.06.2018 12:07
June 15th: The Day The US Became An Empire
For half a century, the United Kingdom celebrated May 24, the birthday of the late Queen Victoria, as "Empire Day." The US ought to have its own Empire Day and it should be on June 15. It was on June 15, 1898 that the US became an empire. On that day, the US House of Representatives voted 209 to 91 to annex Hawaii. (The US Senate followed on July 6, voting 42 to 21 in favor of annexation.)

One could argue that the US has always been an empire. Thomas Jefferson called the US an empire, but an "empire of liberty" dedicated to spreading freedom around the globe. Tell that to the Native Americans killed and dispossessed by White Settlers. Tell that to the Mexicans. The US seized a third of their country through war. Still, it wasn't until 1898 that the US acquired its first overseas colony.

Hawaii had been an independent nation. In 1887, American planters in the islands had forced a change to the Hawaiian constitution which largely disenfranchised ethnic Hawaiians to the benefit of wealthy Whites. By 1893, with US support, American and European businessmen on the islands had staged a coup d'êtat, overthrowing the monarchy,[1] and establishing a Republic of Hawai'i; from there, they maneuvered for Hawaii's annexation in 1898. That same year, Cuba, the Philippines, Puerto Rico, and Guam would be gathered into the fledgling American Empire, fruits of the US victory in the Spanish-American War.

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Ed Hightower 15.06.2018 03:36
The DNC Lawsuit Against WikiLeaks And Julian Assange: A Major Attack On Press freedom
In late April, the Democratic National Committee (DNC) filed a civil lawsuit in the US District Court for the Southern District of New York against the Russian government, Russian intelligence agents, Donald Trump election campaign officials and WikiLeaks and its founder, Julian Assange.

The 66-page complaint claims that Trump's presidential campaign collaborated with Russian intelligence agents who stole information from DNC email servers in the summer of 2016 and arranged for WikiLeaks to publish the information in order to undermine Democrat Hillary Clinton's candidacy and secure the election of a US president more amenable to the Kremlin.

The lawsuit is largely based on circumstantial evidence and innuendos about Trump's business ties with Russia. Salacious details about the 2013 Miss Universe pageant held in Moscow, Russian real estate deals and Florida mega-mansions sold to Russian oligarchs are offered to suggest that a criminal conspiracy must exist.

However, the complaint provides no new evidence. The lawsuit merely recycles the unsubstantiated allegations of "Russian meddling" contained in a January 2017 report from the office of the US director of national intelligence.

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Christian Fuchs 15.06.2018 03:17
Authoritarian Capitalism and Digital Demagogue
Trump is not an individual phenomenon but one of many structural manifestations of the sudden change of neoliberalism into authoritarian capitalism. The media's profit-mongering intensifies the visibility of rightwing ideology. Enlightenment has a negative dialectic under conditions of capital. Authoritarian capitalism represents a crisis of the Left. Socialist humanism is the only remedy against rightwing demagogue.

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Brian Littlefair 15.06.2018 03:11
PSYWAR and Cultural Rights
June 14th, 2018

Are you sure you're still American?

Well, of course, you're not some patriotic sucker welling up or jumping up for cheesy Pavlovian cues of ersatz self-worth and belonging, like anthems or flags. Let's just say you wound up on this land mass under US government control. What's so American about that?

You can outlive your state-imposed identity. It's always been that way. Back in the last dark ages, at some point, the peoples of the Mosel-Saar confluence ceased to be Romans and turned into Burghers of Trier. No one noticed at the time. Decades after Augusta Treverorum dropped back behind the frontier into Germany or Gaul, usurpers and invaders would say and do Roman-sounding things to seem legit, provincial swells would speak in paratactic pidgin Latin to show off. No one knew yet what they had become. Eventually, though, it dawns on you: Guntchram Boso has invaded your home and taken you hostage, the King just set your house on fire to free you, and you see that life has overwhelmed the Roman niceties of your thought. Gregory of Tours may chronicle it in his stilted Latin, but you know you're not a Roman anymore.

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Dan Roberts 14.06.2018 16:24
The Shortwave Report 06/22/18 Listen Globally!
A weekly 30 minute review of international news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio and the internet. With times, frequencies, and websites for listening at home. 3 files- Highest quality broadcast, regular broadcast, and slow-modem streaming. NHK Japan, Radio Havana Cuba, and Spanish National Radio.

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Tyisha Fernandes and Nefertiti Jaquez 14.06.2018 01:21
Atlanta Police Officer Arrested At Site Of $30,000 Drug Seizure Raid
Investigators said that, while they raided a home at which people were suspected of selling drugs, they found an Atlanta police officer who was not assigned to the investigation.

On Monday afternoon around 2:30 p.m., the College Park Special Operations team raided a unit in the Alexandria Landing apartment complex on Godby Road.

Investigators were looking for suspects Jeremy Laye and Tony Robinson. When they kicked down the door, they found Laye and Robinson and also found Officer Iris Rowe.

Officials arrested all three individuals and attempted to question Rowe about whether she had any involvement in the drug activity. She chose not to make any statements.

Laye's two children, believed to be 4 and 5 years old, were also inside the home during the raid, officials confirmed. Investigators said Jeremy Laye is Rowe's boyfriend.

A large quantity of marijuana and an assortment of pills were present inside of the apartment; the drugs had a street value of approximately $30,000, according to the College Park Police Department.

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Stuart Jeffries 14.06.2018 01:01
David Graeber: 'So Many Spend Their Working Lives At Jobs They Think Are Unnecessary'
David Graeber interview: 'So many people spend their working lives doing jobs they think are unnecessary'

The anarchist author, coiner of the phrase 'We are the 99%', talks to Stuart Jeffries about 'bullshit jobs', our rule-bound lives and the importance of play

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Graeber's argument is similar to one he made in a 2013 article called "On the Phenomenon of Bullshit Jobs", in which he argued that, in 1930, economist John Maynard Keynes predicted that by the end of the century technology would have advanced sufficiently that in countries such as the UK and the US we'd be on 15-hour weeks. "In technological terms, we are quite capable of this. And yet it didn't happen. Instead, technology has been marshalled, if anything, to figure out ways to make us all work more. Huge swaths of people, in Europe and North America in particular, spend their entire working lives performing tasks they believe to be unnecessary. The moral and spiritual damage that comes from this situation is profound. It is a scar across our collective soul. Yet virtually no one talks about it."

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|| 14.06.2018 00:50
Noam Chomsky vs Michel Foucault: On Human Nature (1971 Televised Debate)
The full November 1971 tv debate by Noam Chomsky and Michel Foucault on the question of Human Nature.

Is there such a thing as innate human nature? Or are we shaped by experiences and the power of cultural and social institutions around us?

Version 1 :
Debate Noam Chomsky & Michel Foucault - On human nature [Subtitled]
(1:10)  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3wfNl2L0Gf8

Version 2 : [ *cuts out ~ 3 minutes of Dutch TV presenter's preface ]
Noam Chomsky vs Michel Foucault FULL DEBATE 1971 - French Subtitles
(1:06)  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OY93gHVynaY

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Repost 13.06.2018 22:40
Fighting Talk: Lessons from UK Antifascists June 19 Portland
Three anti-fascists with decades of experiences between them will be sharing their insights into anti-fascist activism in the UK. From street brawls with the National Front in the 80s through to smashing the neo-Nazi terror outfit National Action in the 2010s, this talk will cover what was done, why it was done and what can be learned from the successes and mistakes.

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Jonathan Cook 13.06.2018 20:14
The Corporate Media's World Of Illusions
It is easy for me to identify my own process of awakening. It began with the dislocation of moving to Nazareth and being immersed in someone else's narrative - that of the Palestinians. Then, I faced for the first time in my career as a journalist an impenetrable wall of opposition, even from my own former newspaper, the Guardian, as I tried to explain that counter-narrative. In fact, I found that the Palestinian narrative was invariably misrepresented as anti-semitism. These were dark years of disillusionment and the loss of a professional and ideological compass.

It is in such a moment of bereavement - deprived of the consolation of the Great Western Narrative - that one searches for a door to enlightenment. It can be a long journey to find it. My door appeared while reading about the Propaganda Model of Ed Herman and Noam Chomsky in their book Manufacturing Consent, as well as stumbling across a website called Media Lens. They helped me understand that the narrative problem was not restricted to Israel-Palestine, but was a much more general one.

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LOUIE M. BANKS III, MAJ, USA 12.06.2018 14:48
THE OFFICE OF STRATEGIC SERVICES PSYCHOLOGICAL SELECTION PROGRAM
A thesis presented to the Faculty of the U.S. Army
Command and General Staff College in partial
fulfillment of the requirements for the
degree
MASTER OF MILITARY ART AND SCIENCE

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H. Murray 12.06.2018 14:42
Assesment of OSS Personnel
for research purposes

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Hugo Turner 12.06.2018 03:42
How Fascist Loot Funded US Anti-Communism
Review of Gold Warriors by Sterling and Peggy Seagrave

June 11th, 2018

In Gold Warriors, by Sterling and Peggy Seagrave, the authors reveal one of the most shocking secrets of the 20th century. It is the story of the vast treasure Japan managed to loot across Asia, today worth billions or even trillions of dollars, the concealment of it in hundreds of sites, and the secret recovery of much of it by what would become America's Central intelligence Agency. America helped Japan cover up this vast fortune, fooling the world into believing Japan was bankrupt after the war and was unable to pay reparations for their mass murder and material damage.

Most of Japan's vast stolen fortune would remain in the hands of imperialist war criminals, and would for decades be used to prop up Japan's corrupt one party democracy ruled by the Liberal Democratic Party, with the CIA and the Yakuza pulling the strings behind the scenes. It would be controlled by men like Allen Dulles and John J. McCloy through their Black Eagle Trust, which managed both Japanese and Nazi War loot. The Gold would be deposited in the Federal Reserve, the Bank of England, Union Banque Suisse (UBS) in Switzerland, Citibank, HSBC and other major banks who often stole it for themselves. The gold was also used to manipulate the global economy, finance assassinations and covert ops, bribe politicians, and finance right wing political movements like the John Birch Society domestically.

Gold Warriors tells a compelling tale of secrecy, greed, treachery, murder and lies. The book offers a window into the vast and mysterious world of offshore banking and the Gold Cartel. The authors estimate that today, the ultra-rich are hoarding over 23 trillion dollars, mostly in offshore bank accounts. Meanwhile around the world, health and education are being cut, poverty and homelessness are on the rise, and the rest of us are constantly told to tighten our belts.

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Jeffrey St. Clair 12.06.2018 02:46
Israel's Attack On The USS Liberty: A Half Century Later, Still No Justice
In early June of 1967, at the onset of the Six Day War, the Pentagon sent the USS Liberty from Spain into international waters off the coast of Gaza to monitor the progress of Israel's attack on the Arab states. The Liberty was a lightly armed surveillance ship.

After more than two hours of unremitting assault by fighter bombers and naval torpedo boats, the Israelis finally halted their attack. One of the Israeli torpedo boats approached the Liberty. An officer asked in English over a bullhorn: "Do you need any help?"

The wounded commander of the Liberty, Lt. William McGonagle, instructed the quartermaster to respond emphatically: "Fuck you."

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guardian republic 11.06.2018 17:58
Declining Political Clout Of U.S. Working Class
 link to www.theguardian.com

Is this your image of the working class? You need to update it
Tamara Draut

The declining political clout of the working class and the concomitant degradation of working-class living standards impacts all of us.

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 http://newrepublic.com/article/146904/new-working-class

The New Working Class

It's not just men working factory jobs in the Rust Belt—and it never really was.

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Repost 11.06.2018 15:42
R.C. Antifa: PDX Says NO to Misogynist Jordan Peterson!
Jordan Petersen center, flanked by Proud Boys We will not sit by and allow someone to advocate and inspire such acts of violence in our city! Come out and lend your voice and body to this action to stand in solidarity with/as women, trans people, and all gender minorities!

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Sebastian Dittrich 10.06.2018 18:24
Neoliberalism and Authoritarianism - A Symbiotic Pair
Rightwing populist parties mix the conventional authoritarian political style with neoliberal economic ideas emphasizing the free unregulated market and the sleek but strong state. For Hayek, the value of a political system is measured by how well it secures liberal freedoms. Interest-groups like unions allegedly threaten democracy and force a socially just redistribution policy on a wealthy minority.

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Christos Kefalis 10.06.2018 14:16
The Economist On Marx's 200 Years
The 200th anniversary of the birth of Marx has prompted The Economist to devote an article on Marx in its issue of May 5, 2018. Characteristically titled, "Reconsidering Marx. Second time farce. Two hundred years after his birth, Marx remains surprisingly relevant"!1 The article combines recognition that Marx was a genius with reactionary slandering that he was, after all, an evil genius and without him the world would certainly had been much better.

Naturally, one could not expect something different. Since the time Marx's ideas gained recognition in the labor movement, the main concern of the apologists of capital has been to "refute" them as false, dogmatic and dangerous. Nor do, of course, The Economist's journalists offer something new; they simply repeat the usual simplistic distortions and misunderstandings their predecessors have offered innumerable times in the past. However, their argument is nevertheless of a certain interest. On the one hand, the part of it in which they vilify Marx displays the rancor and hatred of the apologists of the ruling classes, who being unable to counter the great thinker, embrace all kinds of nonsense they come across to slander and debase him. On the other hand, when discussing Marx's predictions, they openly confess their reactionary bourgeois fears regarding capitalism's present deadlock and his vindication, at least in some important points. It is worthwhile, therefore, to take a look at both aspects; all the more because The Economist is not a minor journal but the semi-official voice of the markets and of the views of the liberal (and in our times neo-liberal) wing of the bourgeoisie.

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Jeff Shampnois 10.06.2018 14:09
The Radical Derelict: Giving Up the Work Ethic for Peace
June 7th, 2018

The same relentless energy driving a toddler in its Terrible Twos still drives that voice in my head. However, when I see a toddler, I know I'm in the presence of a genius, albeit a naïve one. It's not the size of the intellect, but the velocity of learning that describes its intelligence. I, on the other hand, tend to move in well-worn circles, constrained by prejudice and vested interest. I've learned to "circle the wagons", so to speak, around particular conclusions.

Essentially, I'm what happens when a toddler's unstoppable urge to learn gets diverted into supporting a predatory status quo. Open-ended learning gets replaced by a narrowing framework of instruction as the driving force; and a dawning sense of some innate order or intelligence in the world gets short-circuited by dependence on authority and by conformity to the culture's creeds and isms.

I don't feel like a conformist or very obedient. But the creeds and conformities that constrain my perceptions are difficult to notice from inside the ism itself, such as white or male privilege. But even these patterns are easier to notice than the more subtle ruts that limit my sense of reality itself, and which prevent a more ecstatic realization of my shape-shifting place in this miracle of a living earth.

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Eugene Antifa Repost 10.06.2018 13:15
Antifa~Call To Resist Patriot Prayer/Joey Gibson Portland June 30
While many accolytes have broken away from Gibson at this point, the core that remains, largely Proud Boys, have grown increasingly violent. For this reason we must sustain our campaign, and keep up our efforts on as many fronts as possible until they completely cease their despicable activity.

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Giovanni Russonello 10.06.2018 00:32
Lost John Coltrane Recording From 1963 Will Be Released at Last
John Coltrane - 'Untitled Original 11383' (Visualizer)
(5:45)  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q7X2X7LDFok

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"Both Directions at Once: The Lost Album" was cut by the saxophonist's classic quartet on March 6, 1963 — almost two years before "A Love Supreme." Then it was stashed away.

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Victoria Ahearn 09.06.2018 23:36
'Music Is Dead': Neil Young Says Paradox Film Has A Message About Industry Crisis
Beneath all the whimsy in Neil Young's surreal new dystopian Western 'Paradox' (written and directed by Daryl Hannah) lies a serious message about a crisis facing the music industry, says the Canadian rock great.

"I think that we're in the midst of an incredible crisis for the arts and for music in particular. The seeds represent that in a way that is a good metaphor," Young said in a phone interview from New York.

"We don't like (genetically modified organism) seeds, we like pure seeds, and we don't like GMO music, we like pure music. And all music that comes out today has been GMO'd to death — it comes out totally bastardized and compromised. You get about five per cent of a digital copy of what the music was.

"So 99 per cent of the people, or maybe almost 100 per cent of the people on the planet — that's what they hear, and that's because of the record companies and the tech giants. They've both been irresponsible with the art of recorded sound."

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BBC News 09.06.2018 19:47
Baltimore Police Gun Trace Task Force Leader Convicted For Corruption
Rogue Baltimore police unit ringleader Wayne Jenkins sentenced

By Jessica Lussenhop BBC News, Baltimore
7 June 2018

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Image caption Wayne Earl Jenkins tearfully told the court: "I've tarnished the badge"
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The leader of a rogue Baltimore police unit sobbed as he was sentenced to 25 years in prison in a corruption scandal prosecutors called "breathtaking".

Ex-police sergeant Wayne Earl Jenkins apologised in court for the crimes he committed while heading an elite squad called the Gun Trace Task Force (GTTF).

"I'm wrong, God knows I'm wrong," the 37-year-old said. "I'm so sorry to the citizens of Baltimore."

He was arrested along with almost every member of the unit in March 2017.

Jenkins must serve three years of supervised release after his custodial sentence.

He was convicted on multiple counts including racketeering, robbery and falsification of records.

Jenkins pleaded guilty in January and admitted taking part in at least 10 robberies of Baltimore citizens, planting drugs on innocent people and re-selling drugs he stole from suspects on an almost daily basis, including heroin, cocaine and prescription painkillers.

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repost: FLYING FOCUS VIDEO COLLECTIVE 09.06.2018 12:15
VIDEO: Portland: Get Back Out of the Terror Task Force (2-parts)
Part One of Two Part Video Set.

1n April 17, 2018 organizers of a campaign regarding Portland Police participation in a questionable federal project held a forum at Maranatha Church. The forum was titled "Why Portland Should Get Back Out of the Terrorism Task Force" and featured keynote speaker Michael German, a fellow at the Brennan Center for Justice in Washington, DC.

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GERAL 09.06.2018 11:03
Fbi deletes this report
This post focuses on corruption of fbi and federal magistrate judges (fmj).

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Joe Anybody 08.06.2018 12:56
VIDEO: Fleet Week - Multiple Police Agents Arrest & Search in South Park Blocks
Fleet Week means it's the time of year for multiple Police Agencies to start sweeping the city
This is happening in numerous places in Portland during Rose Festival

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_ 08.06.2018 12:33
Trump Will "Probably" Support End To Federal Ban On Marijuana
in contravention to the apparent dogma of his administration's Attorney General Jeff Sessions...

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Gary Brumback 08.06.2018 04:30
The Peoples' Capitalism
June 6th, 2018

Introduction

America began as a plutocracy and rather quickly evolved into a corpocracy, or an unequal partnership between Corporate America and Government America, with the former controlling the latter. We now call the plutocracy the power elite of the corpocracy, and it is this power elite that is responsible for America's economy and its capitalistic economic system. Both the economy and the system serve the power elite, obviously, and not the common good. Assuming you are not one of the power elite, you, like me, are on the short end of the stick. How short depends generally on what your socioeconomic status is. The stick is very short for America at large, for it is becoming, if it hasn't already gotten there, a third world country, which means a substandard living for many of the citizenry.

I once raised the question, "Is America going to Hell in a handbasket?"1 If it is, there are three "isms" why; imperialism, militarism, and capitalism. There is absolutely nothing intrinsically good about the first two isms. There is no good imperialism, no good militarism. Not so the third ism. All America has ever known and used is bad capitalism. But as Parts 1-9 have shown us, there are many visions of a good capitalism. However, there are probably millions of people, especially socialists, who insist there is no good capitalism. Well, they can believe whatever they want to believe.

That being said, what do I have to offer in this last part, Part 10, of the ten-part series on "economic sanity and alternative economic systems"? A "peoples' capitalism," a good capitalism, is what I have to offer. It does not stand alone. It stands on the shoulders of the non-economist thinkers who preceded me in Parts 1 through 9.

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L'Ordre 08.06.2018 04:27
Social Networks as Dead Ends for Activists — Will Troll-Hunting Destroy the Internet?
June 6th, 2018

There was a time when the internet was an experiment in anarchy, but it is increasingly becoming an experiment in "stateness", meaning police-order. Social networks are in crisis. Our governments are losing patience with them, grilling geek after geek to demand they be more loyal to the nation-state and take a more active role suppressing apparently foreign points of view.

The unplugging of the entire internet by NATO countries to stop vaguely defined "Russian trolls" - a nationalistic smear for rebellious social media users living not in Russia but our own countries - cannot be ruled out. As laughable as this possibility may seem to internet users, Western leaders are dead serious about the issue. They consider users who mock them online as existential threats. That they may eventually give up and unplug everything will be touched on here, but it also needs more consideration at a later date.

For now, the focus must be on what might happen to the major social networks. If they are profoundly reshaped by geopolitical tension and paranoia, will they be of any continued use for publishing anti-establishment slogans and views? How will the new Cold War affect the freedom of writers and independent creators to express themselves through social networks?

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geral 07.06.2018 22:48
Parallels of USA today and Nazi Germany of times almost forgotten
This report reminds us all that human beings are continuing the tradition of torturing, maiming and murdering others at will. The fbi and the cia exemplify the degeneration of mankind.

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SNS 06.06.2018 17:20
Asylum Seekers Heinously Abused By Trump, Sessions, Kelly, Nielsen, Miller Etc
a litany of crimes against the poor and helpless by Trump, Sessions and company

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Breanna Edwards 06.06.2018 15:39
Mesa, Arizona Police Brutalize Suspect Minding Own Business On His Cellphone
(video)  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3dbMY3InBPw

The Mesa, Ariz., Police Department is under scrutiny after releasing video on Tuesday that showed officers brutally beating a man who appeared to be minding his own business while on his cellphone.

Of course, despite the fact that there is video evidence showing unnecessary force, a fact that Mesa Police Chief Ramon Batista acknowledged based on his initial review of the footage, Batista also had to apparently make excuses, claiming that the man didn't follow officers' orders to sit down.

"I don't feel that our officers were at their best," Batista said, according to the Arizona Republic. "I don't feel this situation needed to go the way that it went."

Batista noted that the incident is being investigated and that four officers who were involved in the case have been put on paid leave pending the investigation. The officers involved have not been identified.

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Edward Curtin 06.06.2018 10:15
The Boston Globe's Hit Piece on the Assassination of Senator Robert F. Kennedy
The counterattack on those, including Senator Robert Kennedy's children, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, claiming that Senator Robert F. Kennedy was assassinated as a result of a conspiracy involving at least a second gunman, has commenced. The Boston Globe, the traditional hometown newspaper of the Kennedy family, published a clearly misleading piece on May 31, 2018 by Nik DeCosta-Klipa, with the curiously long and loaded title "Bobby Kennedy's son thinks he was killed by a second shooter. Is there anything to it? Or has RFK, Jr. "launched a whole new generation of conspiracy nuts 50 years later."

Whether DeCosta-Klipa was acting on orders from above to produce such a specious piece or is ignorant of the fundamental research in a case that shouts out conspiracy is a question I cannot answer, although based on his go-to "expert" in his article - Daniel Moldea, whose contradictory disinformation on the case is well known to serious researchers - I would guess the former to be correct.

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Ulrich Spangenberger 06.06.2018 05:51
Neoliberalism or New Freedom for Corporations
"The interests of merchants always differ from public interests. As a rule, they are interested in deceiving and misusing the general public" (Adam Smith). Keynes established that the market alone cannot ensure prosperity for everyone. A redistribution of income from top to bottom and regulatory state actions are necessary. Milton Friedman was a supply fanatic and wanted to reduce state influence on the economy. Public policy means compromise and negotiations.

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Binoy Kampmark 05.06.2018 23:35
Twats and Tweets: Roseanne Barr and the Issue of Proportion
Can anything be said that doesn't warrant an empaneled jury of twitting twats to determine the fate of an individual? It is evident that branding, marketing and selling can only be done in a context of controlled hypocrisy. Companies long happy to use celebrities as fronts for promoting products and the image of a television network have become obsessed with the idea of sensitivity.

While Roseanne Barr's tweet describing former President Barack Obama's senior advisor Valerie Jarrett in simian terms ("Muslim brotherhood & planet of the apes had a baby=vj") was stingingly rude, the hammer option adopted towards her by the ABC was manic. Was the Roseanne Barr slated to return in her show meant to have been reformed, one more economical in her rattled, and rattling, opinions?

The sense among the writers and producers was to fall in line. People were all meant to be horrified at this new creation, this new Barr. Executive producer David Caplan claimed to be helpless before the implications of the tweet. "I really wasn't sure what to do because I didn't feel like there was really any response to it. It was so far over the line and so loathsome that I suspected there might not be any coming back from it."

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_ 05.06.2018 23:31
Patriot Prayer Action Photos, Reports
Portland Indymedia,

along with Rose City Antifa refuse to discuss this event?

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Friends of Right 2 Survive 05.06.2018 20:55
Pitch a Tent on June 8th in Portland Oregon @ Grand Floral Parade
Friday, June 8th at 10:30 am, nonprofit Right 2 Survive kicks off the eighth annual Pitch a Tent, a 24-hour direct action event designed to elevate the conversation around survival camping in our community. Pitch a Tent highlights the diverse lived experience of unhoused and formerly unhoused people through music, testimony, interactive art and education.

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Edward Curtin 05.06.2018 00:00
The Blatant Conspiracy Behind Senator Robert F. Kennedy's Assassination
We now live in a country that would be unrecognizable to anyone who died prior to 1968. All protest has become symbolic as the American Empire has expanded abroad through countless ongoing wars, coups and the undermining of foreign governments; civil liberties have been eviscerated; the wealthy elites, ably assisted by a corrupt political establishment, have made a mockery of economic justice; an endless war on terror and a national emergency engendered by the insider attacks of September 11, 2001 and enshrined in public consciousness with the planted emergency telephonic meme of 9/11 have been instituted to justify massive profits for the military-industrial complex; and a new and very dangerous Cold War with Russia has been resurrected to threaten the world with nuclear annihilation. All this and more has vigorously been supported by every U.S. President since, Democrats as well as Republicans, with no exceptions, including the icons of the neo-liberals, Clinton and Obama, who have bombed and droned the world wide, smiling all the way. We live in very dark times indeed. If significant change ever comes to the United States, it will be a result of pressures from without, for the political system is rotten to the core, and almost without exception our political leaders are cowards and liars. This seems obviously true to me, though it pains me to admit it.

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pearl e moon 03.06.2018 17:33
WAPATO will be a homeless shelter after all??? too bad Khafoury!
It looks that way! the homeless charity tried to buy it but the city refused. THEN THE BIG LOCAL NAMES STEPPED IN, HOODWINKED THE CITY, bought it, and offered it to the homeless services nonprofit operator! NICE MOVE GUYS!

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Stephan Krull and Beigewum Austria 03.06.2018 05:03
Trade War and Zero Deficit Myth
State debts are often necessary and are not automatically bad economically. Investments are prerequisites of future prosperity. When private parties spend too little, the state must step into the breach. That the right measures are taken for the population is much more important than whether the balance of revenues and spending is positive, negative or balanced. The alternative to neoliberal free trade is just trading.

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Michel Luc Bellemare 03.06.2018 04:48
Post-Modernism Has Not Smashed to Pieces the Meta-Narrative of Bourgeois-Capitalism
May 30th, 2018

Western high-tech civilization can never fully enter the post-modern era without eradicating civilization of bourgeois-state-capitalism, namely, the meta-narrative of bourgeois-capitalism, that encrusted jewel, dead center, within the crown of the Enlightenment, which continues to infect and poison high-tech society with a most horrible sickness, insatiable avarice, an avarice for unlimited power and money. The post-modern era cannot achieve full maturity under current bourgeois-capitalism conditions as the grand-narrative of bourgeois-capitalism continually impedes the overwhelming diversity and plurality that post-modernity champions and inherently demands. In effect, post-modernism has not smashed to pieces all the grand-narratives of the Enlightenment, specifically bourgeois-capitalism which, itself, continues to stalk the bright and the dark corners of western civilization, weaving and grafting incommensurable global and local narratives into a massive totalitarian meta-narrative, namely, the logic of capitalism.

Contrary to Jean-Francois Lyotard, "the principle of a plurality of [linguistic] systems",1 existing side by side in incommensurable independence, without any overarching meta-narrative terrorizing over the others in the name of homogeneity and totalitarian unity, is false and nonsense. It is false and nonsense because bourgeois-capitalism encroaches upon every aspect of everyday life, stitching any sort of incommensurable narrative into a functionalist-capitalist dominion. That is, a dominion whose fundamental imperative is the profit-imperative; i.e., the logic of capitalism, which commands, "the maximization of profit, by any means necessary, at the lowest financial cost, as soon as possible"2 for all narratives; i.e., language-games, big or small, regardless of genre and/or expediency.

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Chris Wright 03.06.2018 04:41
The Stupefying Mediocrity of Barack Obama
June 2nd, 2018

As a Marxist, I'm not very interested in the psychology of the powerful. I don't think it matters much, and it tends to be pretty uniform and predictable anyway: self-overestimation, self-justification, moral rationalizations for every horrendous decision made, brutal callousness to human suffering beneath (at best) a veneer of concern, energies directed to machinations for increased power, cowardly accommodation to the path of least political resistance, a collective insularity of the golden-boy culture gilded with sycophants, etc. On the other hand, as a despiser of the complacent powerful, I enjoy belittling their grandiose pretensions. So sometimes I do like to wade into the muck of their psychology.

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_ 03.06.2018 04:33
Jordan Peterson And The Threat Of Working-Class Intellectual And Attitudinal Liberation
Why the industry of glib and vehement mainstream character assassinations of clinical and research psychologist Jordan Peterson?

I'll explain what Peterson is doing and its significance but before I do...

I next went back to the products of the character-assassination professionals to see what the service intellectuals had said about "Rule 1", and I looked for "Rule 1" summaries and explanations on line.

I was shocked to find the degree to which the said service intellectuals had done their job. What a distasteful spectacle. Such vile dishonesty. Only an assigned mission and attempts at opinion mobbing could produce such trash, which actually hurts the brain unless your purpose is mindless subservience to establishment spin.

Look, white males are assholes, fine. But the "Words that Wound" industry service intellectuals are going too far. Establishment "science" can be lethal, as is literally the case with medicine, but that does not negate what we actually know about cell biology and metabolic reactions. Likewise, fundamental empirical discoveries about dominance and sex are not negated because Freud was off and psychiatry is a horror. You cannot simply extrapolate cherry picked scientific reports of anomalies into broad self-serving ideological conclusions.

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Erik Larson 02.06.2018 13:36
Who’s Lying About 9/11? Commentary On Jon Gold's New Book
In the aftermath of 9/11, those in power who failed to protect the United States and defend the Constitution before 9/11 used the attacks as a pretext for suppressing rights and launching wars - and they still do. The U.S. government and 9/11 Commission inquiries have concealed or ignored vital evidence about the events of September 11, 2001 which are still questioned by millions of Americans almost two decades later. A new book by by researcher and activist Jon Gold documents and examines all of this: 'We Were Lied to About 9/11: The Interviews'.

Jon Gold's book announcement HERE —

We Were Lied To About 9/11: The Interviews
 http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2018/05/435890.shtml

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Rose City Antifa 02.06.2018 11:17
Call to Resist Patriot Prayer Bringing Nazis to Portland
Don't want to fight fascists? You are a fascist.

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podcast #26 31.05.2018 22:21
AUDIO: Anarchist Episode 26: May Day in Indonesia/Sabaté/Under the
On this episode of Radical Underground, we talk about May Day in Jakarta and Yogyakarta, Indonesia where a police post was destroyed and the call was out to "murder the sultan!" We also talked about the books Sabaté: Urban Guerrilla in Spain and Under the Black Flag, a new anthology of writings by Indonesian anarchists in the early 20th century. Music on this episode includes new tracks by some of are previous guests, Johnny Panic and ERDA, along with more tracks from the Pretext for Bumrush and Organize compilations of underground music from Bandung.

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Robert W. Gehl 31.05.2018 17:02
The Case For Alternative Social Media
What are "alternative social media"? How can we distinguish alternative social media from mainstream social media? Why are social media alternatives important? How do they work? Why do people make them? What do they tell us about contemporary corporate social media and its related phenomena: surveillance, privacy, power, self-expression, and sociality? This essay answers these questions by theorizing alternative social media. The empirical data for this alternative social media theory are drawn from previous work on alternative sites such as Diaspora, rstat.us, Twister, GNU social, and the Dark Web Social Network. These cases are used to build a generalized conceptual framework. However, this article does not solely theorize from these examples, but rather seeks to contextualize and historicize alternative social media theory within larger bodies of work. In addition to generalization from examples, the theory is informed by two threads. The first thread is the work of alternative media scholars such as Nick Couldry, Chris Atton, and Clemencia Rodriguez, who have done the historical and theoretical work to define alternative media. The second thread is a synthesis of works exploring the technical side of contemporary media, coming from new fields such as software studies. The threads and empirical analyses of sites such as Diaspora, Quitter, and rstat.us are combined into a theoretical matrix that can account for the processes and technical infrastructures that comprise social media alternatives and explain why they are distinct from sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and Google, as well as why they are important.

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