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BREAKING: WikiLeaks Releases Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Working Document

By Anita Stewart for Challenging the Rhetoric and Wise Women Media

WikiLeaks site released the working document for the TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership) late yesterday. As usual, corporate media is saying little to nothing on this release at the time of this writing. 320 more words


WWORT? The "Alliance For Prosperity"

What would Oscar Romero think?

Whether one considers Romero a saint, or merely a patriot who died trying to save his country from further suffering and violence, somehow I don’t think he’d look down on El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras with anything but sadness. 835 more words

Economy & Business

Mean Stream Media

Het sportkatern van de Telegraaf lees ik bijna dagelijks omdat daar mijn interesse ligt. Het andere gedeelte met het “nieuws” lees ik niet meer.

Het… 375 more words


Tax Transparency Package has been proposed by the European Commission

The European Commission has proposed Tax Transparency Package to suppress illegal transactions between tax heaven countries and multinational corporations.

This Package aiming to deal with tax evasion includes the introduction of the automatic exchange of information about EU members’ respective tax legislations and other initiatives to promote the tax transparency in Eurozone. 199 more words


Venezuela’s relations with Guyana - commentary

Venezuela’s relations with Guyana

MARCH 8, 2015 · BY Stabroek News – Editorial

The week before last Takuba Lodge issued a press release stating that… 1,480 more words


Twice as many expatriates leaving China than arriving, moving company says

For years, China was a promised land for expanding multinationals and manufacturers, drawing hordes of expatriate employees eager to capitalize on the country’s billion-plus consumers. Could those days be over? 580 more words

Expat Life

The New Rulers Of The World - By John Pilger - video

The New Rulers Of The World – By John Pilger

Note: This documentary was made some 15 years ago. What has changed?  Your comments are welcome! 691 more words