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Abby Martin: Sabotage, Not Socialism, is the Problem in Venezuela

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with Abby Martin

teleSUR English on Jun 17, 2017

Today in the corporate media, Venezuela’s economic problems are used to paint the country as a failed state, in need of foreign-backed regime change.

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l'Art de la Guerre Digitale, survivre et dominer à l'ère numérique par C. Faillet

Ubérisation, bad-buzz… Engagées dans une guerre digitale dont elles ne maîtirisent ni les armes, ni les techniques de défense, les organisations sont contraintes d’adapter leur arsenal de riposte. 38 more words

Le Conseil fédéral hésite sur les robots tueurs

Le développement de robots soldats capables de tuer inquiète le Conseil fédéral. Il entend s’engager sur la scène internationale pour maîtriser le phénomène. Pas question toutefois de réclamer une interdiction totale comme le demandent Beat Flach (PVL/AG) et Chantal Galladé (PS/ZH).

Source : 24 Heures

19 April 1917 - Sabotage

The German air service made an audacious attempt to cut off the British water supply to the offensive in Gaza by attacking the pipeline across Sinai. 171 more words

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A U.S. Guide: 7 Steps to Kill a Revolution

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teleSUR English on Apr 25, 2017

The same plan used in the 1970s to overthrow Salvador Allende in Chile, is being used by the U.S.

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Muslim Actors Scoring More Roles in Hollywood ... Take That, Prez Trump?

http://www.tmz.com/2017/03/21/hollywood-hiring-more-muslim-actors-trump-era/

Hollywood is hiring way more Muslim actors than ever before … and President Trump might very well be the one to thank.

Industry sources tell TMZ there’s been a big uptick in the number of roles for Muslim actors this pilot season, and that TV networks are pushing for more Muslim-American story lines in primetime. 150 more words

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John Pilger: War by Other Means (1992)

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Originally posted Aug. 7, 2011

John Pilger on Nov 19, 2013

John Pilger and David Munro examine the policy of First World banks agreeing to loans with Third World countries, who are then unable to meet the crippling interest charges.

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