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Rapprochement a Historic Victory for Cuba but Also Raises Grave Dangers

Cuba Stands Resolute through Five Decades of Neo-Colonial War Rapprochement a historic victory for Cuba but also raises grave dangers By Sukant Chandan The Cuban Revolution and the Cuban socialist state and Communist Party which leads the Revolution has been a beacon of decolonial and anti-imperialist peoples revolution in the western hemisphere since 1959. It…

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Civil Rights Leader, Rev. Edward Pinkney’s Sentence Unjust, Politically and Racially Motivated

Rev. Edward Pinkney Sentenced to Two-and-a-Half to Ten Years by Berrien County Court Civil Rights leader maintains his innocence while supporters see convictions as politically motivated By Abayomi Azikiwe St. Joseph, Michigan Libya 360° Berrien County Judge Sterling Schrock sentenced the leader of the Black Autonomy Network Community Organization (BANCO), Rev. Edward Pinkney, to 30-120…

Beyond the Police Bullets and Chokeholds : Growing Rate of Incarceration of African Americans

United States has growing incarceration rates for African Americans By Abayomi Azikiwe Libya 360° A report published in 2011 from the Aspen Institute based in Washington, D.C. further confirms that the United States imprisonment rate for African Americans is a manifestation of a deeply racist society. Since the police killing of 18-year-old Michael Brown in…

US: FBI Will Never Count Those Injured and Murdered by Police

By John McDevitt The writer set up an emergency hate crimes and incidents reporting system involving government and community agencies in Southern California in the wake of 9/11, discovering both intentional undercounting by government agencies and the possibility of a real count when communities are mobilized. As Kashad Ashford lay unconscious in the car he crashed on Sept. 16,…

USAID Exposed in Cuba – What it Tells Us About US Subversion Worldwide

By Tony Cartalucci Revealed in an Associated Press (AP) investigation, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) had for two years attempted to create and exploit a social network within Cuba for the purpose of sparking unrest and overthrowing the Cuban government. The program was an abject failure, primarily because the Cuban government took…

Torture Report Reveals CIA’s Manipulation of Media

By Bill Conroy The recently released Senate Select Committee on Intelligence report pillorying the CIA’s Bush-era detention and interrogation program is replete with lurid details of what would commonly be called torture, if those practices were carried out on you or me. Waterboarding, rectal feeding, sleep deprivation, coffin-size cells and forcing detainees to stand in…