In this video Luke Rudkowski goes over the story of Polish hero Lukasz in London, who used a narwhal tusk to do the right thing.
Liens aggrégés de novembre 2019
Like other Silicon Valley companies, Google prides itself on being open to different viewpoints. But when it comes to its employees wanting to organize, that supposed tolerance quickly reaches its limits. The post Google to Employees: Want a Union? Search Elsewhere appeared first on WhoWhatWhy.
The ‘Labour antisemitism’ controversy is, in its profile and its protractedness, unprecedented in modern British politics. Its prominence may increase still further as polling day draws near, while other progressive campaigns abroad—notably supporters of Bernie Sanders in the United States—are beginning to be targeted with the same allegations.
The military support on Pearl Harbor was extensive, including mothballed battleships being towed around, access to bases in Hawaii and...
Here is a story from the wondrous world of regenerative medicine and surgery — an emerging field that gets more exciting every day. It is full of mysteries, surprises, heartbreak, and what some would call “miracles.”Chris Barr, a 53-year-old from Lafayette, CA, seems to have experienced such a miracle. His story begins with a devastating, nearly fatal accident:
Gaza protester, 16, dies from Israeli bullet to the stomach.
One of the annoying things about continuing to write about the OPCW/Douma scandal in the near-total absence of mainstream media coverage is the fact that it’s difficult for a new reader to just jump in on this developing story without having followed it from the beginning. There are a lot of details to go over to introduce someone to the story, and if I repeat them every time I write an article on the subject I’m twelve paragraphs in before I get to the new developments, and by that time I’ve bored all the readers who didn’t need the introduction.
Workers in Democratic Republic of Congo Made Impotent by Pesticide: Human Rights Watch (Mili)
Moath Amarneh’s injury just the latest in a long line of violations against Palestinian journalists.
This is Part 3 of a 3-part series.
On this Black Friday, we’re looking at the dark side of shopping. Specifically, clothes and the fashion industry.
Reading Time: 2 minutesBankers whose financial institutions are engulfed in scandal appear to be hanging themselves at an alarming rate.
This is Sibel Edmonds, reporting from Turkey on the assassination of Iranian Triple-Agent Masoud Molavi in Istanbul, Turkey. In my two previous breaking episodes I provided you with background on Molavi, the assassination case and the three suspect nation states with motives. In this breaking report I provide you with the latest developments in the […]
If you’re skeptical of western power structures and you’ve ever engaged in online political debate for any length of time, the following has definitely happened to you: You find yourself going back and forth with one of those high-confidence, low-information establishment types who’s promulgating a dubious mainstream narrative, whether that be about politics, war, Julian Assange, or whatever. At some point they make an assertion which you know to be false — publicly available information invalidates the claim they’re making.
Reading Time: < 1 minuteFor us at WhoWhatWhy, giving thanks is simple. There are so many people who make it possible for us to do the journalism we want to do — the journalism you want to read.
Filmmaker Abby Martin collaborated with Gaza photojournalists to make a stunning new documentary.
[audio mp3="http://www.corbettreport.com/mp3/2019-11-21%20James%20Evan%20Pilato.mp3"][/audio]This week on the New World Next Week James and James give thanks by highlighting 3 positive stories from the 2019 run of James (Pilato's) popular spin-off series, Good News Next Week.
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Former member of Israeli death squad originated baseless accusation that students at York University shouted anti-Semitic abuse.
Brussels refuses to allow scrutiny of how it violates international law.
This is probably the best televised expose of corruption in Israel. At the moment Israel’s longest-serving leader is indicted for bribery, fraud and breach of trust. Netanyahu becomes first sitting prime minister in Israels history to be charged with bribery.
Source : Consortium News Des centaines de soldats américains restent en Syrie, non pas pour assurer la sécurité de groupe de personnes, mais pour occuper les réserves pétrolières du pays et priver le gouvernement syrien des revenus nécessaires à la reconstruction.
Hello everyone. This is Sibel Edmonds reporting from Turkey on the assassination of the Iranian Triple-Agent Masoud Molavi in Istanbul, Turkey. For those of you who are not familiar with my background: I am fluent in four languages, including the Iranian Language-Farsi and Turkish. I have been a linguist, geopolitical analyst and an investigative journalist […]
New research shows huge levels of financial complicity.
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