From Sept 18-26, tens of thousands of people are taking action for a culture of peace and active nonviolence, free from war, poverty, racism, and environmental destruction.
When a white Fox News reporter used a drone to film the thousands of Haitian and other Black asylum seekers camped beneath a bridge spanning the Rio Grande and linking Del Rio, Texas to Ciudad Acuña, in the Coahuila state of Mexico, he immediately (and deliberately) brought a stereotypical image of Black migration: That of the teeming, African hordes, ready to burst the borders and invade the United States. Such images are as cheap as they are racist. And, typically, they erase the larger question: Why are so many Haitians at the U.S. border?
Despite the withdrawal of U.S. military bases and troops from Afghanistan, the United States continues to maintain around 750 military bases abroad in 80 foreign countries and colonies (territories).
This week on Talk World Radio: Rahm Emanuel has been nominated for worst politician ever — just kidding, he’s been nominated for Ambassador to Japan.
Whomever forms the next Government of Canada will have to deal with Justin Trudeau’s gigantic mistake of arresting Meng Wanzhou, CFO of Huawei Technologies, at the behest of former US President Donald Trump.
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