Google has come under scrutiny by free-speech advocates for shutting down neo-Nazi website, Daily Stormer, seemingly too distracted to notice the tech giant has been waging a censorship campaign against progressive news organisations that publish content which conflicts with the narrative of the Washington establishment, along with Facebook and Twitter, on the grounds of ‘fake news’.
Canadian analyst, Stephen Gowan’s new book, ‘Washington’s Long War on Syria’, reveals how the US colluded with The Muslim Brotherhood – the ideological precursor to Al Qaeda and ISIS – to destroy Ba’ath Arab Socialism in Syria, Iraq and Iran and install permanent free-trade zones that serve US interests across The Middle East.
Humans are not built for nuance, we are trained to think in polarities. But the world is not black-and-white. And in an age of ‘fake news’, there are no good guys, and no bad guys, only tough choices.
Treating federal budgets like that of a household has starved economies of precious resources and has facilitated unprecedented levels of private and household debt. Editor-in-chief Claire Connelly explores the consequence of this logical fallacy in an excerpt of her upcoming book, How The World Really Doesn’t Work.
Just when you thought CNN couldn’t set the bar any lower, it outdoes itself by blackmailing a Reddit user to bolster its own failing business model, simultaneously inflaming racial tensions and destroying trust in journalism, all in the same day. That is quite an achievement.
Jeremy Corbyn’ has reminded us what it means to live in a democracy, and who elections are for. With but six words, he returned power to the people, and now there is no turning back.
Contrary to popular opinion, Australia is not about to run out of gas. In reality the so-called ‘crisis’ is one of overvaluation, inadequate policy & inaction.
Daily Mail Journalist Peter Oborne claims British austerity never actually existed and had nothing to do with the Grenfell inferno. His claims are incorrect, inaccurate, misleading and unfair. This is why…
Neoliberalism is an economic idea that driven the world to the brink of disaster. People say the economic system has failed but this is wrong – the system has worked perfectly according to the rules on which it was creat
What most of us have long believed about how the economy works is based on a set of fundamental myths, supported by a series of inappropriate and misleading metaphors, from which it is difficult to escape.