Bolivia’s Decolonization Mission

By Ben Dangl An interview with Felix Cardenas Aguilar, Bolivia’s Vice Minister of Decolonization. In 1870, Bolivian dictator Mariano Melgarejo offered an English diplomat a glass of chicha – a corn-based beer consumed for centuries in the Andes. The diplomat refused the drink, asking for chocolate instead. A short-tempered Melgarejo responded by forcing the Englishman…

Reviving the Fight Against Environmental Racism

By Bryan K. Bullock “White environmentalist talk about saving the rainforests, but no mention is ever made of saving the lives of those who dwell in America’s concrete jungles.”   It’s time to get back to basics in the struggle for true freedom for African Americans. The “basics” in this sense, means reclaiming strategies that…

This Changes Nothing. Why the People’s Climate March Guarantees Climate Catastrophe

By Cory Morningstar Wrong Kind of Green As the following information will demonstrate, The People’s Climate March and supporting discourse is about protecting capitalism, not protecting the world’s most vulnerable people from climate change. Image courtesy of Mark Gould The People’s Climate March in New York City is a mobilization campaign created by Avaaz and…

Food Forests Could Bring Healthy Organic Food to Everyone for Free

By Andrew Martin Food forests or Forest gardening have been around for a long time with many of the native cultures practicing this form of sustainable agriculture. It is a form of low-maintenance plant-based food production which replicates natural ecosystems, incorporating fruit and nut trees, shrubs, herbs, running vines and perennial vegetables. Beneficial plants and companion planting is a big part of…

The Financial Elite and the Global Land and Water Grab

By Eric Draitser The global financial crisis, which began in 2008, has significantly altered the way many speculators and financial institutions invest. Rather than taking huge risks with dodgy derivatives like credit default swaps and mortgage-backed securities, both of which have proven to be particularly volatile, many speculators have instead begun to invest in the…

Bolivia’s Indigenous Future: A Balance of Preservation, Protection and Connection

By Courtney Parker Evo Morales’s very name seems to suggest his destiny of leading Bolivia in a valiant attempt at ‘moral evolution’ with all other Nation States in tow. Tasked with the difficult role of representing his Indigenous roots at the national and international levels of government and policy, Morales continues to make great strides…

Designer Protests and Vanity Arrests in DC

The Post-Modern Protest Blues Fake Protests Organized by Globalist Foundation-funded NGOs Jeffrey St. Clair The scene was striking for its dissonance. Fifty activists massed in front of the White House, some of them sitting, others tied to the iron fence, most of them smiling, all decorous looking, not a Black Blocker or Earth First!er in…

Who Gets Africa’s Water?

Great Green Wall for the Sahara and the Sahel Initiative Geostrategic Basis Of Libyan War: Hydrological Warfare And Energy Imperialist NGO’s Eye Africa’s Massive Underground Water Reserves The Great Man-Made River Wangari Maathai’s Green Belt Movement Crossed Crocodiles When water disappears, there is no alternative. A serious crisis occurs when there is less than 500 cubic…