Berto Jongman: Genocide? No Funding for Accountability

Berto Jongman

Berto Jongman

As one researcher in this report states: the problem is official politics: they demand that we should not count the dead. She was not able to get funds for her research from any academic institution or government organization.

BODY COUNT

 

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Mar 28

Berto Jongman: Germanwings Flight 4U 9525 Lasered Out of the Sky & Shattered Into Bits UPDATE 5 No Impact Point – US Media Sticks with Cover Story

Berto Jongman

Berto Jongman

UPDATE 5 : No impact point — aircraft exploded in mid-air in a most unusual way shattering entire aircraft and all bodies into bits. US media continues with the cover story.

Obama Rages Over Germanwings Plane Shootdown, Refuses To Meet NATO Leader

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Mar 25

Andy Piascik: On Vietnam and On Labor

Vietnam: Some Real History

Bureaucracy and Solidarity: An Interview with Staughton Lynd

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Mar 25

SchwartzReport: USA #1 Threat to Peace

Stephan A. Schwartz

Stephan A. Schwartz

As you read this think about what has happened to the United States from the time of the Marshall Plan when people around the world looked to the U.S. as an exemplar of what a modern society should be, until today when we are the most feared nation in the world, the number one threat to peace. This didn’t happen to us, we did it to ourselves, and only we can undo it.   

The #1 threat to peace in the world? World polling suggests it’s the United States

In early 2014, Gallup International/WIN released its annual global survey based on research conducted the previous year. The most striking statistic was that 24 percent of people around the world believe that the U.S. poses the greatest threat to peace. The runners-up were far behind: eight percent of respondents thought Pakistan was the greatest threat, while six percent thought it was China. And only five percent of those surveyed thought Iran was a threat to world peace. The numbers are based on interviews with 1,000 people in 65 different nations. (The survey published this year did not contain the same question.)

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Mar 24