31 January 2021

Keir Starmer’s done it again. He’s just out-Toried the Tories.

Keir Starmer never seems to miss a chance to ape the Conservative Party. And Sunday 31 January was no exception to this. Flag-waving once … Read more By Steve Topple - Steve Topple
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30 January 2021

President Putin’s Davos Speech Defined The World War C Era

President Putin’s Davos Speech Defined The World War C Era By Andrew Korybko The Russian leader’s speech at this year’s virtual Davos Summit thoroughly articulated the challenges and opportunities of the World War C era, the author’s term for referring to... Read More › - Voice of East
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29 January 2021

A Tory minister just leaked private emails from a HuffPost journalist

A Tory minister just leaked two private emails from a HuffPost journalist. She claimed this was because the reporter and the outlet were “making … Read more By Steve Topple - Steve Topple
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Robinhood: Stealing from the Poor to Give to the Rich

In late January, a band of merry men (and women) organized via Reddit and other Internet forums to stick it to The Man. They began buying shares of failing retail chain GameStop to drive its stock price up. Their target: Wall Street hedge funds engaged in the tactic of “shorting” GameStop’s stock. Their main weapon: … Continue reading Robinhood: Stealing from the Poor to Give to the Rich → - by Thomas L. Knapp
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28 January 2021

Why Donald Trump Had to Go: He’s not a Globalist

There is an agenda. A huge agenda. It is a Globalist agenda that is in the process of inflicting gigantic harm to humanity. It is called the Covid-19 – The Great Reset, issued by the World Economic Forum (WEF), authored by its founder, Klaus Schwab. If left undisturbed, The Great Reset’s plan is a crime […] The post Why Donald Trump Had to Go: He’s not a Globalist first appeared on Dissident Voice. - Dissident Voice
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27 January 2021

Former Israeli army spy recruited by Labour should feel right at home

The revelation this week that the British Labour Party recently appointed a former Israeli military spy to work in its headquarters, reporting to the office of leader Keir Starmer, is truly extraordinary in many different regards. It is hard to believe the Labour leadership did not know who Assaf Kaplan was or appreciate the likely […] The post Former Israeli army spy recruited by Labour should feel right at home first appeared on Dissident Voice. - Dissident Voice
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26 January 2021

The Will to Believe: Americans and their Divine Masters

Ah, mon cher, for anyone who is alone, without God and without a master, the weight of days is dreadful.  Hence one must choose a master, God being out of style. – Albert Camus, The Fall, 1956 Propagandists are smart people. They begin their devious machinations with the premise that people need to believe in […] The post The Will to Believe: Americans and their Divine Masters first appeared on Dissident Voice. - Dissident Voice
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The Next Major Party Won’t be a Trump Production

Eight days ahead of the 2020 presidential election, Gallup reported that “[a] majority of Americans, 57%, say there is a need for a third, major political party. The poll results aren’t an artifact of Donald Trump’s presidency: “These views have been consistent since 2013.” Easier said than done, though. Duverger’s Law puts it bluntly: “[T]he … Continue reading The Next Major Party Won’t be a Trump Production → - by Thomas L. Knapp
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Our voices are to be suppressed online in favor of monotonous conformity

Mont Order group: Efforts, both known and unknown, are underway at US tech companies to suffocate all political dissent online. The goal is to re-establish the same monotonous conformity to US-led liberal hegemony seen in the 1990s that ultimately enabled the aggression on Iraq in 2003. It has started out by targeting the bombastic political right, including the then US president, but is possibly spreading beyond such a narrow scope to suppress others. Given that those doing this aren't in fact driven by justice but by cold war domination, we should suspect a broader attack on every source of information that doesn't conform to the views of the US establishment and NATO. Those of us who criticise any policy of Biden or the transatlantic policy elites should expect diminished web traffic as a result of shadow banning. Of particular interest is the possibility of Google suppressing your blog or website in search results. Stats should be monitored carefully and any suspicious decrease of traffic or engagement should be discussed with others. At the same time, some may consider putting aside ideological differences with other dissidents and attempting to share readers by being a lot more tolerant of such differences. Consider that social attitudes differ a lot across the globe, yet many people who have conservative views on domestic politics and society are anti-war and are against the far greater humanitarian ills of US imperialism, sanctions, and violence promotion. Such opposition to hegemony has long united people across borders and overridden cultural and political differences. There is no reason to give priority to feuding over minor, distracting differences in political or social views under such circumstances. - LOrdreNet
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India’s Republic Day: Kashmiris voice deep regret over betrayal by Indian Government

India’s Republic Day: Kashmiris voice deep regret over betrayal by Indian Government By Dr Ghulam Nabi Fai “Kashmiris are not enemies of India or hold any grudge against its inhabitants. We are desirous of a strong India and Pakistan and it... Read More › - Voice of East
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25 January 2021

Catalyst in detail: Mon, 25 Jan 2021 12:39:53

Technological predictions can have profound political implications. As stated in the 2013 Catalyst Thesis, communication technology is the key item that can be now recognized for its liberating and empowering political effects. Further advances in fields not yet attracting popular enthusiasm (e.g. synthetic biology) will also produce the effects of liberation in decades to come. Such developments should be watched out for eagerly by those of us who care about the global poor or oppressed. We can adopt a view of all the adversities throughout history as merely part of a pioneering path to a higher state of technology http://www.clubof.info/p/catalyst.html
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24 January 2021

Matt Hancock’s lies just crashed and burned live on TV

Matt Hancock’s arrogance seems to know no bounds. Because on Sunday 24 January, he lied about the UK’s vaccination programme, live on TV. But … Read more By Steve Topple - Steve Topple
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23 January 2021

The “humanitarian” left still ignores the lessons of Iraq, Libya and Syria to cheer on more war

The instinct among parts of the left to cheer lead the right’s war crimes, so long as they are dressed up as liberal “humanitarianism”, is alive and kicking, as Owen Jones reveals in a column today on the plight of the Uighurs at China’s hands. The “humanitarian war” instinct persists even after two decades of […] The post The “humanitarian” left still ignores the lessons of Iraq, Libya and Syria to cheer on more war first appeared on Dissident Voice. - Dissident Voice
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Political “Unity” is Neither Necessary Nor Desirable

“[T]o restore the soul and to secure the future of America,” President Joe Biden said in his inaugural speech, “requires more than words. It requires that most elusive of things in a democracy: Unity. … This is our historic moment of crisis and challenge, and unity is the path forward.” The bad news:  Where politics … Continue reading Political “Unity” is Neither Necessary Nor Desirable → - by Thomas L. Knapp
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22 January 2021

Fake Lower Class Coup, Real Upper Class Bigotry, Near  Social Collapse

A nation more seriously divided than in the 1960s when movements against war and racism pulled families and communities apart and drove some to drugs, drink, and worse, approaches a greater and more threatening social dissolution. When more than 74 million people can be reduced to “white supremacists” by alleged liberals with the same ease […] The post Fake Lower Class Coup, Real Upper Class Bigotry, Near  Social Collapse first appeared on Dissident Voice. - Dissident Voice
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A Tory MP exposed himself and his party live on Question Time

A Tory minister’s response to a Labour MP’s criticism of his government’s handling of the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic was damning. Because he inadvertently exposed … Read more By Steve Topple - Steve Topple
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20 January 2021

Priti Patel’s BBC interview was nothing short of disgraceful

The Conservative government plumbed new depths of vileness on Wednesday 20 January. Because home secretary Priti Patel’s appearance on BBC Breakfast was nothing short … Read more By Steve Topple - Steve Topple
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19 January 2021

Russia dominates US social media users as US censorship is bungled


Obsessions with Russia interfering in an innocent America (Russiagate) failed to lead to "smoking gun" evidence of anything devious. However, as American social media and tech companies bungle their attempts to censor conservative politicians and users, they may have begun really surrendering ground to Russia.

It has been reported that Parler, a platform popular with American Republicans as an alternative to Democrat-siding Twitter, may now be reliant on servers located in Russia to evade US corporate censorship. As servers are key in deciding which government controls a social network's off-button, this means the social network could be under Russian dominance to a similar extent Twitter and Facebook are under US dominance.

Going by the outcry of American commentators, this is an entire social network used by Americans that the United States has lost control of and Russia captured. Given the significance of social networks to modern politics, it is a bit like Russia taking a chunk of US territory for itself, only this chunk is online.

Alaska, formerly part of Russia, had a population under one million in 2020. At the same time, Parler had a number of users well over a million.

About 70 million Americans voted for the Republican incumbent President Donald Trump. By attempting to gag and deplatform all right wing pundits with little thought, Democrat-leaning social media companies are potentially forcing their millions-strong audiences to now enlist on a social network dependent on the territory of Russia. This could give Russia real influence and inroads into US conservative political messaging that the alleged Russian-orchestrated email hacks or leaks decried in 2016 and 2020 could not provide. You can thank the overconfidence and lack of foresight by US tech companies, overconfident in their power and eager to pull the plug on people.

Of course, we can say American conservatives are patriotic and will not use a social network if they learn of its servers being located in Russia. They do try, and would continue to do so if it is up to them, but in this scenario they have no choice. The suffocating and repressive environment being newly generated by Democrat-leaning providers is forcing them.

To sum up: hamfisted attempts to stamp out imaginary Russian influence by damaging the ability of Americans to use their own country's social networks can backfire. As these millions of voices flee, they may eventually find their way to Russia, and this can provide Russia with its first real influence in the homes of millions of Americans. This would be such a favorable result to Russia that it almost appears to be by design, with US social media bigwigs taking predictable measures of repression and serving as useful idiots to the benefit of Russia, a country that lagged behind the US in "soft power".

Of course, any company can be placed under US sanctions eventually or its website blocked by the US, but such an exchange of blows is still a net loss to America as it yields to Russia the right to launch a reciprocal crackdown on a US website. Russia has potentially won a big success as a result of the US's foolish censorship crusade, and it is something the US can't win back easily.

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Fearing the Palestinian Narrative: Why Israel Banned Jenin Jenin

On January 11, the Israeli Lod District Court ruled against a Palestinian film-maker, Mahmoud Bakri, ordering him to pay hefty compensation to an Israeli soldier who was accused, along with the Israeli military, of carrying out war crimes in April 2002, in the Palestinian Jenin refugee camp located in the northern occupied West Bank. The […] The post Fearing the Palestinian Narrative: Why Israel Banned Jenin Jenin first appeared on Dissident Voice. - Dissident Voice
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18 January 2021

The ‘Corbyn Project’ is promising. But can it deliver on its goals?

After much buzz on social media, Jeremy Corbyn’s Peace and Justice Project finally launched on Sunday 17 January. And while everyone involved managed to … Read more By Steve Topple - Steve Topple
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Catalyst in detail: Mon, 18 Jan 2021 12:26:34

In the 2013 Catalyst Thesis, it is argued that today’s 3D printers are crude compared with whatever will be in your homes in the next decades. Technology can potentially eradicate all inequality. It will certainly lessen inequality even if we don’t aim for that. Synthetic biology allows the creation of new forms of life, and nanotech could eventually allow anything to be manufactured in a garage. Monopolies of wealth and power will be shattered, everything will be delegated to the individual or to smaller communities. The entire production process will be able to take place in the home. If we share everything nobly when the time of this technological singularity arrives, economics itself will be obsolete and all things will be available to all people. Unlimited fuel and unlimited materials will prevail. We have seen the power in the DNA of our technology. http://www.clubof.info/p/catalyst.html
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17 January 2021

DWP chaos around Universal Credit reaches breaking point

There’s a crescendo in the chaos around the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP). Because parliament is about to debate the contentious £20 a … Read more By Steve Topple - Steve Topple
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15 January 2021

The No Fly List: More Dangerous than the Capitol Rioters

As I write this, the Capitol Hill riot of January 6 is enjoying its extended 15 minutes of fame, complete with straight-faced comparisons to December 7, 1941 and September 11, 2001. In hindsight, it will hopefully (and hopefully quickly) shrink to its real-life proportions: A few thousand hysterical Donald Trump supporters, and likely at most … Continue reading The No Fly List: More Dangerous than the Capitol Rioters → - by Thomas L. Knapp
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NHS staff just told Boris Johnson to “go”

A group of NHS staff just gave a direct message to Boris Johnson: it’s time for him to “go”. NHS workers ‘demand accountability’ On … Read more By Steve Topple - Steve Topple
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Monthly Review, Fri, 15 Jan 2021 12:40:49

On this day our choice of book is Jason Hirthler’s “The Sins of Empire” (https://t.co/GMzonxDbap). Sins is a truly astute non-fiction work, so if we’re going to declare our praises with certainty we’re incuding it on our lists. Here we reveal contributions that are truly hard-hitting in their understanding of the world. Before you leave our site, you’ve got to begin by reading how buyers reacted. According to a buyer, “This is an honest critique of this country’s disastrous foreign policy. Mr. Hirthler pulls no punches and takes no prisoners. He excoriates a sitting president along with many other politicians and media hacks. The author uses wit and sarcasm to make his points. While this reviewer may not embrace all of the author’s opinions, Mr. Hirthler challenges me to rethink my own.” If you’ve been kind enough to read the review we just showed you, you might as well go the whole way and search for a copy of the book yourself. If not, keep track of what’s next by subscribing for email updates.
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14 January 2021

Turkish foreign minister deserves our sincere appreciation: World Kashmir Awareness Forum

Turkish foreign minister deserves our sincere appreciation: World Kashmir Awareness Forum By News Desk Washington, DC. January 13, 2021 – “We expressed our full solidarityContinue reading - Voice of East
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13 January 2021

The Political Class: At War with Each Other and on the Rest of Us

“Those who make peaceful revolution impossible,” President John F. Kennedy said in a 1962 speech, “will make violent revolution inevitable.” Nearly 60 years later, two warring groups within the American political class seem resolutely determined to make “peaceful revolution” — by which JFK seems to have meant orderly democratic decision-making — impossible. Supporters of Donald … Continue reading The Political Class: At War with Each Other and on the Rest of Us → - by Thomas L. Knapp
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There’s a backlash against posties. We need to support them.

Postal workers are facing a backlash from some members of the public. This is because people’s post has been delayed. But is it the … Read more By Steve Topple - Steve Topple
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11 January 2021

Economic Nightmare Shows Need for New Aim and Direction for the Economy

The U.S. labor force participation rate stood at 61.5% in November 2020, the lowest rate in 44 years. According to Investopedia: The labor force participation rate is a measure of an economy’s active workforce. The formula for the number is the sum of all workers who are employed or actively seeking employment divided by the […] The post Economic Nightmare Shows Need for New Aim and Direction for the Economy first appeared on Dissident Voice. - Dissident Voice
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10 January 2021

A trade union is considering disaffiliating from Keir Starmer’s Labour

A trade union is about to start debating its affiliation with the Labour Party. Why? Because it feels “further away from having a political … Read more By Steve Topple - Steve Topple
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9 January 2021

Political Violence: The Politicians Doth Protest Too Much

On January 7, the day after rioters entered the US Capitol and put hundreds of politicians to flight on support of Donald Trump’s wild-eyed election fraud claims, Wisconsins’s State Assembly passed a resolution. The money line: “[P]olitical violence in any form has no place in the American system of government and should never be tolerated.” … Continue reading Political Violence: The Politicians Doth Protest Too Much → - by Thomas L. Knapp
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7 January 2021

The Beer Belly Putsch: A Sign of Things to Come

In a sign that 2021 may get even more darkly weird than 2020, a mob of Trump supporters pushed their way into the US Capitol on January 6, putting politicians to flight and delaying, for a few hours, Congress’s quadrennial ritual of counting electoral votes and blessing the enthronement of the next President of the … Continue reading The Beer Belly Putsch: A Sign of Things to Come → - by Thomas L. Knapp
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The DWP is continuing with sanctions despite a national lockdown

The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has just announced that Jobcentres will remain open during the latest coronavirus (Covid-19) lockdown. While this is … Read more By Steve Topple - Steve Topple
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The US and UK may not will Assange’s death, but everything they are doing makes it more likely

There was a hope in some quarters after Judge Vanessa Baraitser ruled on Monday against an application to extradite Julian Assange to the US, where he faced being locked away for the rest of his life, that she might finally be changing tack. Washington has wanted Assange permanently silenced and made an example of – […] The post The US and UK may not will Assange’s death, but everything they are doing makes it more likely first appeared on Dissident Voice. - Dissident Voice
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6 January 2021

Rare Photo Exhibit Marks 72nd Anniversary of UN Resolution on Kashmir Referendum

Rare Photo Exhibit Marks 72nd Anniversary of UN Resolution on Kashmir Referendum By News Desk ISLAMABAD—An exhibit of rare pictures went on display in theContinue reading - Voice of East
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5 January 2021

Trilateral Cooperation between Pakistan, China and Iran: Opportunities and Way Forward

Trilateral Cooperation between Pakistan, China and Iran: Opportunities and Way Forward By News Desk His Excellency Syed Mohammad Ali Husseini, Ambassador of Iran to PakistanContinue reading - Voice of East
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Yes, Dr. Fauci, You DO Need to Have Some Humility Here

“When polls said only about half of all Americans would take a vaccine, I was saying herd immunity would take 70 to 75 percent,”  Dr.  Anthony Fauci, director of the US  National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and public face of the federal government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, told the New York Times … Continue reading Yes, Dr. Fauci, You DO Need to Have Some Humility Here → - by Thomas L. Knapp
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4 January 2021

Journalists Angered by Assange Ruling

A London court has ruled against those seeking Wikileaks founder Julian Assange’s extradition to the US. Assange is charged with 17 counts of espionage as well as hacking. The post Journalists Angered by Assange Ruling first appeared on Dissident Voice. - Dissident Voice
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Catalyst in detail: Mon, 04 Jan 2021 12:22:35

Any technological revolution brings forth new political demands and new realities. As written in 2013, “Globalization’s migratory effects and unprecedented mixing of cultures have had at least one major benefit carried forward. This is the erosion of communication barriers, in language and transport. Such barriers correspond with huge historic power inequalities among states. The overall democratic potential of emerging technologies already discussed, the spread and acceptance of the internet, and the world’s transition to an alternative with a much weaker nation-state system certainly deserve to be brought together for consideration. There are anti-state implications in the arrival of new media and new technology.” We have seen the power in the DNA of our technology. http://www.clubof.info/p/catalyst.html
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Kashmir: An exotic wonderland under brutal occupation

Kashmir: An exotic wonderland under brutal occupation By Tariq Ahmed Kashmir is fabled for its glorious mountains, stunning scenery, remarkable landscape, and pleasing climate. ItContinue reading - Voice of East
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2 January 2021

Kazakhstan’s Parliamentary Election 2021: A Way Forward for Further Strengthening Democracy

Kazakhstan’s Parliamentary Election 2021: A Way Forward for Further Strengthening Democracy By News Desk On 28th December 2020 Center for Global & Strategic Studies (CGSS),Continue reading - Voice of East
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