Posts Tagged ‘corrupt’

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125+ Reasons You Should Not Vote for Joe Biden

 

 

DNC’s Tom Perez nominates regime-change agents, Israel lobbyists, and Wall Street consultants to rig the game against Bernie

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Dems Load Platform Committee to Stop Progressive Movement

 

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And a surprise twist at Forbes.

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The article I wanted to highlight is now “NO LONGER ACTIVE” on Forbes’ website. It’s the one naming Pete Buttigieg as the candidate with the most billionaire donors.

 

 

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Now they’re calling this clown “top tier.” Shameless land of propaganda.

 

As He Attacks Medicare for All, Mayor Pete Gets Campaign Cash From Health Care Executives

 

Buttigieg is, of course, the darling of the billionaires.

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Since this doesn’t seem to be going away, here’s important additional evidence. I may have posted the link in another article, but it deserves its own entry.

Once-secret memos cast doubt on Joe Biden’s Ukraine story
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Important DEBUNKING today. Nancy Pelosi’s son is accused of being corrupt, being attached to a Ukrainian company. This is promoted by the rabid, reactionary right: Infowars, Breitbart, et al.

The Pelosi son connection occurred in March 2013 almost a year BEFORE the illegal coup of January 2014. It is thus irrelevant to the coup and means nothing.

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Elizabeth Warren is pals with Hillary, with Wall Street thugs, and with this bitch…

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To Trevor Noah:

You sold-out, despicable clown. They bribed Ecuador with $4.2 Bn IMF loan. You put on CIA mole Ken Dilanian to smear Assange for your corporate masters, you wretched cocksucker. You claim “everybody hates Assange,” except for most of the world not being PAID to say otherwise.

 

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Neoliberal propaganda organ.

 

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Trump’s World, Money Talks & Saudi Arabia Gets A Free Pass

At a campaign rally in Alabama, Trump professed his affection for the Saudi royalty and their money. “They are buying apartments and properties from me. They spend $40-50 million. I am supposed to hate them? I love them very much.”

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GMOs, Herbicides, and Public Health

Monsanto’s lies and its troll army are contradicted in no uncertain terms. They have monkeyed with science in numerous ways, and corrupted the process of ensuring food safety.

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In our view, the science and the risk assessment supporting the Enlist Duo decision are flawed. The science consisted solely of toxicologic studies commissioned by the herbicide manufacturers in the 1980s and 1990s and never published, not an uncommon practice in U.S. pesticide regulation. These studies predated current knowledge of low-dose, endocrine-mediated, and epigenetic effects and were not designed to detect them. The risk assessment gave little consideration to potential health effects in infants and children, thus contravening federal pesticide law. It failed to consider ecologic impact, such as effects on the monarch butterfly and other pollinators. It considered only pure glyphosate, despite studies showing that formulated glyphosate that contains surfactants and adjuvants is more toxic than the pure compound.

…This decision was made in haste. It was based on poorly designed and outdated studies and on an incomplete assessment of human exposure and environmental effects.

…National Toxicology Program should urgently assess the toxicology of pure glyphosate, formulated glyphosate, and mixtures of glyphosate and other herbicides.

Labeling will deliver multiple benefits. It is essential for tracking emergence of novel food allergies and assessing effects of chemical herbicides applied to GM crops.

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Media Disinformation and the Framing of the Syrian War

In the early days of the Iraq War, media analyst Andrew Tyndall examined 414 news stories aired by ABC, CBS, and NBC about the build up to the war, finding that 380 of them, a staggering 92%, sourced back to one of three U.S. government agencies: the White House, the State Department and the Pentagon. A further study found that of 574 stories aired between Bush’s speech to the UN in September 2002 and the beginning of the Iraq war in March 2003, only 12 stories, just 2%, dealt with the possible aftermath of the invasion.