Bulletin N° 958


“Running on Empty”




written by Naomi Foner, directed by Sidney Lumet, and starring: River Phoenix, Christine Lahti, Judd Hirsch

A family sets fire to a weapons lab and since then is constantly chased by the government authorities. Their survival is threatened when the eldest son announces to live his life on his own terms.




Subject:  A Pragmatic Post-Neoliberal Humanism: The case for a non-violent revolution.


February 23, 2021

Grenoble, France



Dear Colleagues and Friends of CEIMSA,


Many years ago, when I was studying history in graduate school, a yoga teacher asked me: “Do you look inside yourself to see the good, the bad, and the ugly?”

I answered, “No, that would just slow me down.”

She smiled and said to herself: “There goes another one, rushing on towards the end.”


White supremacy and other variants of the nefarious "separatist identity" autopoiesis serve as serious obstacles which prevent any avenues for liberation from the delusions of  superiority. The great refusal to this cognitive manipulation of "apartness" is the subtext of Joel Kovel’s transformational work, Overcoming Zionism (2007).


We finish our presentation of this book with a perusal of the last two chapters, where the author concludes his project of deconstructing the current ideology of Zionism and the building of the state of Israel, gluing together, as it were, peoples from different origins with a classic racist consensus maintained against the less-than-human Other.



Is the glass half-empty or half-full?

In chapter 9, entitled “Beyond the Two-State Solution,” the Kovel focuses on the geopolitical logic of settler colonialism and the larger imperial interests that are served. Here he states unequivocally that Israel does not “have the right” to exist, and that no state can claim the unconditional right to exist. State “legitimacy” is always contingent on its relationship to the larger international community and the informed "consent of the governed." Here the author addresses the problematic of the necessary rapport de force which is the hallmark of all colonized communities.


The attempted denazification of Germany after WW II offers an insight into the problematic role of  indoctrination, received ideas, and dogmas as applied in the day-to-day maintenance of political economies.


In a field configured by chains of vengeance and retribution, tracking down ‘who started it’ never can get to the root of the problem. This applies to the riots of 1929, the wars of 1948 and 1967, the collapse of the Oslo Accords, the Second Intifada, as well as each and every act of aggression within the whole history of Israel/Palestine. Each of these is a story, and for each story there is a counter-story, with ‘another side.’ We need to grasp the whole of things, and its basic historical movement and form. This cannot be determined by any merely empirical study. It needs concern for underlying structure and inner relationships, that is, basic principles. The nature of these principles cannot be given in advance as a simple set of rules. They unfold in the course of an inquiry, the object of which is not to determine ‘who started it,’ or who has the better claim according to the rationalizations of imperial states, the ‘Word of G-d’, or some conjured-up legalism. The question is, what is this all about according to the standards of justice and the well-being of the human community?(pp.197-198)


Kovel goes on to critique the “Two-State solution” as an alien abstract construction, inapplicable to the complex historical material reality on the ground.


     The Two-State notion stems from the special background to the present struggle, namely, that both sides in the period up until 1948 were stateless, the Zionists by choice, in that they had insisted on throwing off statehoods of the Diaspora and beginning anew; and the Palestinians by necessity, in that they lived under the Ottoman rule for centuries. When this collapsed in the wake of the first Great War, an opportunity arose to achieve some real autonomy from colonialism. When the struggle heated up in the 1930s and 1940s, it therefore took the shape of two competing state claims, and has kept that basic form through all that followed.


     This was quite different from the conditions of state-formation in the United States, Germany and South Africa, the three other societies to have sunk into the morass of state-produced racism. In the American model, the settler-colonials had to deal with the mother country and competing empires like that of France;, while the aboriginals were scattered tribes who had never lived under anybody’s dominion, and had as a result never come together as a nation. Therefore there were no competing state claims between the European-Americans and the American Indians; these latter were crushed under’ the expanding colossus of the United States and placed on reservations, American bantustans, where  they were given shards of autonomy under the tutelage of the master. Meanwhile the dynamics of state-imposed racism became displaced and re-centered upon African chattel slavery, structural discrimination against whom was built into the constitution and deeply anchored in civil society. Except for thwarted attempts to export the ‘black problem,’ such as the founding of Liberia and the twentieth century Garvey and Black Power movements, the extended and ongoing conflict over state racism in the United States has never entailed competing state claims for the same territory but rather exclusion of blacks from the polity. The most recent turn has been de facto disenfranchisement in the last two presidential elections, a half-century after the civil rights movement seemed to have put to rest once and for all the demons of state-produced racism. But however the history of racism has scarred the American nation, the changing of the Constitution after the civil war, along with subsequent laws establishing civil rights to the whole population removed the United States form the category of absolute illegitimacy. Condoleezza Rice may be a bad Secretary of State, but this is because, as a black woman in the United States, she has the civil right to choose the wrong political path and to move very far along it, whereas there is no chance at all for an Arab citizen of Israel to achieve high government office. No, the ‘land of the free’ is merely a very bad instance of a relatively illegitimate society.


     Germany in the Nazi period, by contrast, was a recently coalesced state formed from an ancient nation, one of the most highly developed and powerful nation states of its day. Carrying the germ of judaeophobia since at least the time of Luther, it also had a splendidly ‘emancipated’ Jewish community prior to its Nazi degeneration. There was no question of any competing state claim, just as there could be no question of settler-colonialism in a society whose tribal origins were the subject of cloudy myths revived in Wagnerian opera and Nazi fantasy. In sum, although from one angle the contribution of Nazi race hatred to the mythos of Zionism places Germany at the epicenter of the formation of the Jewish state, there is no structural resemblance worth speaking of between the two, such as is too facilely brought forward in many critiques of Israel. The points of contact derive, rather, from the fact of being transformed from victim to overlord. Here a psychological mechanism is at play, which has been discussed above as the ‘identification with the aggressor.’ But as psychology in itself can form no material base for a society, the immense shadow of the Nazi period is just that: a shadow that can be lifted and overcome, or hardened into Zionist propaganda and ideology and repeated in the everyday oppression of Palestinians.


   Not so with South Africa, which provides by far the most salient point of comparison with Israel. Both were settler-colonial formations formed by Europeans obsessed with the Old Testament and under the thumb of British imperialism, and each launched their peculiarly racist state in the same year 1948. A hint of the profound connection between the two formations goes back at least to 1919, when the esteemed Jan Smuts, in addressing the South African Zionist Federation and the South African Jewish Board of Deputies in Johannesburg stated that:


‘The white people of South Africa, and especially the older Dutch population, has been brought up almost entirely on Jewish tradition. . . . The Old Testament has been the very marrow of Dutch culture here in South Africa.  . .


    ‘That is the basis of our culture in South Africa, that is the basis of our white culture, and it is the basis of your Jewish culture; and therefore we are standing together on a common platform, the greatest spiritual platform the world has ever seen. On that platform I want us to build the future South Africa.’


     From that platform 42 years later, in 1961, the South African Prime Minister Henrik Verwoerd would say, with a degree of candor not vouchsafed to liberal opinion, that the ‘Zionists took Israel from the Arabs after the Arabs had lived there for a thousand years. In that, I agree with them. Israel, like South Africa, is an apartheid state.’


               This is not to say that Jews always found life in Apartheid South Africa easy. The manifest Nazi sympathies of the founders of the racist state, especially Daniel Malan, gave considerable cause for alarm at first. But with tile, and the remarkable rapport that developed between South Africa and Israel, things settled down. As Chris McGreal has written: ‘Within a few years [after 1948], many South African Jews not only came to feel secure under the new order but comfortable with it. Some found echoes of Israel’s struggle in the revival of Afrikaner nationalism.’ After the 1973 war, when most African states broke ties with Israel, the Zionists and Afrikaners drew closer. Prime Minister John Vorster, whom the British had interned for Nazi sympathies, paid Israel a state visit in 1976 and was toasted by Yitzak Rabin for ‘the ideas shared by Israel and South Africa; the hopes for justice and peaceful coexistence.’ A few months later, South Africa officially stated that ‘Israel and South Africa have one thing above all else in common; they are both situated in a predominantly hostile world inhabited by dark peoples.’ This ushered in a major integration of the military establishments and arms industries of the two counties, including development of nuclear war capability, on-the-ground assistance in the Angola war, and the provision of anti-riot vehicles to use in the suppression of the black townships. In the words of a high Israeli official, ‘there was a love affair between the security establishments of the two countries and their armies.’ Many senior Israeli officials came to believe that the Jewish state could not have survived without the support and financial aid of apartheid South Africa – all this during a period when Israel was manifestly opposing apartheid.


     There remain numerous points of distinction between racist South Africa and racist Israel, the most salient of which is that although both states have been closely allied with the United States, the character of that relationship is greatly different, first, because of special US interests in the Middle East, and second, because South Africa had no comparable constituency in America compared to the Zionist lobbies and was never remotely able to penetrate the state apparatus to the same degree.


     The African victims of apartheid differed from the Palestinian victims of Zionism in having a complex internal history of struggle between different tribal units, and having been under the thumb of the European invaders for hundreds of years (albeit with periods of fierce armed struggle like the Zulu uprising of the nineteenth century) before the instauration of the modern racist state. The racist state itself was more overtly segregated than Israel in as much as its ruling Caucasian class, being ethnically divided between the majority Boer Afrikaners (of the Calvinist Dutch Reformed Church) and the minority English (of the more liberal Anglican Church), had to find common ground in whiteness. As a result, overt segregation was more rigidly enforced than in Israel, where Jewishness, whether as religion or ethnicity, defines social dominance. There were other relevant distinctions. South Africa by the mid twentieth century was already a regional superpower with a formidable industrial base grounded in immense mineral reserves, in contrast to Israel, which has not significant economic base and is deeply dependent on handouts from global capital.


     The blacks (and so-called ‘coloured people,’ as well as a sizable Indian population), tribally, ethnically and linguistically divided, approached the emerging Afrikaner state from a position of sever military and political weakness. On the other hand, they came equipped with powerful reserves of class consciousness arising from an advanced proletarianiztion deriving from labor in the South African mines and mills. This took the form of highly developed trades unions and an active Communist Party. They also had the benefit of the sojourn of Mohandas Gandhi in the country early in the century, form which point (chiefly Durban, where a century later the international conference on racism could be held) the concepts and tactics of Satyagraha were developed and transmitted to the emerging anti-apartheid struggle. These traits were eventually to coalesce into a powerful and compelling strategy; but they would not for many years add up to a bid for state power.


     The conjunction of these factors allowed the South African state to act with a degree of confidence. For one thing, it already controlled its territory, being a mutation, directly influenced by Nazi ideology, of an already existing polity rather than a de novo state formation. From this position of strength it could legislate a grandiose project of social engineering that consigned and further divided the blacks into an intricate set of statelets – the infamous Bantustans – while retaining their status as a pool of labor power for the economy, meanwhile maintaining a sheen of utopian legitimating. Thus there was more of a need to provide minimal physical care for the blacks than has been the case for Israel and its Palestinians, where the basic goal has been to get rid of them by all means possible.


     A starkly different scenario awaited the Jewish state. Here the future ruling class were Johnny-come-latelys in an ancient and relatively unindustrialized land, to which they had no claim except that generated by their ideology. Weak politically as well as economically, the Zionists began their statehood by doing what they could to secure as much land as possible in 1948 beyond the original UN Mandate through a prodigious ethnic cleansing that displaced some 700,000 Palestinians from some 531 villages, the great majority of them having  been erased from the land and the memory of the non-Arab world, including of course, that of the Jewish conquerors. And they took off from there, playing the hand they had been dealt with skill and determination. Given their original weakness and shaky claim to the land they coveted, the Zionists had no choice but to go along with the two-state plan imposed by the international community. But this was never more than a framework for the achievement of their goals, hence consent by Israel to the Two-State idea was from the beginning grudging and purely tactical, while the objective has remained the eventual passion of the whole of Palestine and dispossession of the remainder of its Arab inhabitants.

. . .


     The Jewish state does not want another state on territory that it considers its sacred reserve, but goes along with the game because, when all is said and done, and the F-16 fighter-bombers  and the nuclear arsenal and the super-effective spy service are weighed in the balance, it still finds itself weak and will always be weak given its geostrategic and economic condition. Thus it will always remain dependent upon ‘the kindness of strangers.’ Even if these are its ardently Zionist pals in Bush’s neoconservative regime, many of whom are Jewish themselves, Israel will always be aware that its giant patron can abandon it as swiftly as it has taken it under it wing once its strategic considerations or internal politics change. Under this permanent state of insecurity it continues the two-state façade while reserving for itself the intention of total expropriation, including the entire ‘transfer’ of the non-Jew, an option for which as many as 40 percent of the population has expressed fairly consistent approval. Thus the Two-State notion is essentially a code word for the maintenance of the status quo. Within Israeli discourse the notion of ‘Two State’ simply means, then, the continued aggrandizement of the Jewish state along with a more or less negligible ‘other state’ on an ever shrinking fragment of land. What it does not mean is an equable sharing of the space of Palestine.


     The negligibility of the Palestinian state is exactly what has happened in reality. More than a half-century of chewing and gnawing away at Palestinian land had left the latter more a rag doll on a stick than the framework for a living social organism. Down to some 8 percent of the original territory, surrounded by the IDF, laced with Jew-only roads and peppered with hundreds of settlements that arrogate the water and best land, a dumping ground for Israeli waste, its field and olive trees destroyed, its land carved up by the ‘apartheid wall,’ the potential Palestinian state is no more than a bad joke ,a less-than- bantustan (which in the South African version had coherent and stable borders, and funding from the center), and is more aptly called a concentration camp than a state-in-waiting. With no viable economy save handouts, and no prospect of authentic foreign relations, the proposed Palestinian state is a nullity.


     Thus if the basic conditions for a Two-State solution is that there be two functional states on the ground, the Two-State solution has been annihilated. Fifty-eight years of aggression and chewing away on the part of Zionism has, simply, eliminated this as a real possibility and reduced it to a script for the posturing of statesmen, the filling of airtime on the networks and column-inches in the press, and the diverting of the mind from coming to grips with what needs to be done in Israel/Palestine. It remains only as a false hope and another source of propaganda allowing Israel to be perceived as a bona fides member of the community of nations.

. . .


               So long as Israel remains Zionist, there will never be a viable Two-State resolution. Only a newly minted Israeli state, therefore, would be capable of restoring Palestine – either in a viable two-state configuration, or along some other form. As to what that form may be, we return to the logical antipode to the Two-State solution and revive what has been given various names that can be summed up here in terms of their common meaning, as a One State solution. The One State option is a demand for Israel to cease being a Jewish state that destroys everything that is worthwhile that went into its making.


     The idea of a single state for all the people of Israel/Palestine was frequently discussed in the early, utopian phase of Zionism.(pp.209-219)




Short-Term Pessimism/Long-Term Optimism.

Chapter 10, “Palesrael: A Secular and Universal Democracy for Israel/Palestine,  is the expression of hope based on observations. Kovel introduces the chapter with a quote from the American-Israeli activist Jeff Halper who participates in demonstrations against Israeli demolitions of Palestinian homes. Halper observed:


‘Knowing that the conflict is too destabilizing for the global system to let fester, the Palestinians are saying ‘We will remain sumud, steadfast. Impose on us an apartheid system, blame us for the violence while ignoring Israeli State Terror, pursue your programs of American Empire or your self-righteous notion of a ‘clash of civilizations’ – we Palestinians will not submit. We will not cooperate. We will not play your rigged game. And in the end your power will be for naught. So costly will we make this conflict to Israel, the US and the international community that you will come to us to sue for peace. We will be ready for a just peace that respects the rights of all the peoples of the region, including the Israelis. But you will not beat us.’(pp.222-223)


This attitude of resistance, Kovel observes, resonates throughout the Palestinian population. They have truth on their side, and all of the ideological constructs pulled from thin air cannot rob them of this understanding; while the fatal flaw of Zionism, according to Kovel, is that it is founded on a lie.



While visiting Jerusalem, Kovel hired a Palestinian guide named Ahmad. In the conclusion of this final chapter, he cites Ahmad’s parting words:


‘I don’t see the struggle here finishing . . . . What I am struggling for now is to see this universe as without borders, so that people can move without anyone stopping you to ask where are you from, where are you going, who are you, Christian, Muslim or Jew?. . .  This is what I believe – that all these conflicts are monstrous and cannot be justified at all. We are fighting each other as human beings.Yet no human being came into this world willingly; nobody asked us if we wanted to come into this world or not. We are just here; we came naked into the world, we didn’t bring with us anything at all. Even our religion we did not bring. How can I believe that this land is mine and that land is his, since we came naked into this world? And since I will leave it naked and will take nothing with me . . . . We are all human beings. If we believe in God, then God created us all. I do not believe God is racist … Nature is all his creation; we are all a product of nature, and this is not out of choice but a fact.’(p.247)


In his closing remarks, Kovel states: “I think of the thousands of young Palestinians now held in Israeli prisons, as Ahmad once was, and wonder who will live to see the dawning of their day.” (p.247)



The 25+ items below speak to a spark of hope in the dark heavens above us. Like a meteorite falling into our atmosphere from some distant location, we are reminded that this darkness is penetrable. We may first mystify our experiences out of ignorance, but sooner or later we come to the realization that this night cannot last, that we will eventually see and recognize one another for what we are, humans, for better and for worse - with all the potentials this implies.


We are related to one another, and dependent on this malleable relationship for our survival.




Francis Feeley


Professeur honoraire de l'Université Grenoble-Alpes
Ancien Directeur de Researches
Université de Paris-Nanterre
Director of The Center for the Advanced Study
of American Institutions and Social Movements
The University of California-San Diego





“News from the Underground”: Mark Crispin Miller’s Struggle for Academic Freedom at NYU






“The Post-American World”

Crooke, Escobar, Blumenthal and Marandi lay it all out!


with :

Alastair Crooke - Former British Diplomat, the Founder, and Director of the Conflicts Form Pepe Escobar - Brazilian Political Analyst and Author Max Blumenthal - American Journalist and Author from Grayzone Chaired by Dr. Mohammad Marandi - Professor at University of Tehran



Thirty years ago, the United States dominated the world politically, economically, and scientifically. But today?


“The Establishment Wants Us Divided, Distracted, Afraid.”


with Jimmy Dore



The 2020 Worldwide Corona Crisis: “Destroying Civil Society, Engineered Economic Depression, Global Coup d'État and the ‘Great Reset’.”


by Prof Michel Chossudovsky





Meet the IDF-Linked Cybersecurity Group ‘Protecting’ US Hospitals 'Pro Bono’


by Whitney Webb


Another Mega Group Spy Scandal? Samanage, Sabotage, And The SolarWinds Hack –


by Whitney Webb


The devastating hack on SolarWinds was quickly pinned on Russia by US intelligence. A more likely culprit, Samanage, a company whose software was integrated into SolarWinds’ software just as the “back door” was inserted, is deeply tied to Israeli intelligence and intelligence-linked families such as the Maxwells.





The Corona Virus Vaccine


Global Research brings to the attention the attention of our readers a selection of articles on the coronavirus vaccine.

“The Second Wave of the pandemic commenced in October 2020. The Pfizer Moderna corona vaccine was launched in early November 2020.

Worldwide, people are led to believe that the corona vaccine is a solution. And that “normality” will then be restored.

How is it that a vaccine for the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which under normal conditions would take years to develop, was promptly launched on the 9th of November 2020?

Moreover, the vaccine announced by Pfizer and Moderna is based on an experimental gene editing mRNA technology which has a bearing on the human genome. Coupled with the vaccine initiative is the development of a so-called digital passport which will be imposed on entire populations. 

And why do we need a vaccine for Covid-19 when the WHO, the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as well as numerous scientists have confirmed unequivocally that Covid-19 is “similar to seasonal influenza”. (Michel Chossudovsky)


501 Deaths + 10,748 Other Injuries Reported Following COVID Vaccine, Latest CDC Data Show
By Children’s Health Defense, February 06, 2021

The numbers reflect the latest data available as of Jan. 29 from the CDC’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System website.


Big Pharma’s COVID Vaccine
By Prof Michel Chossudovsky, February 10, 2021

The plan to develop the Covid-19 vaccine is profit driven. The US government had already ordered 100 million doses back in July 2020 and the EU is to purchase 300 million doses.


Did CDC Deliberately Mislead Public on Allergic Reactions to Moderna Vaccine?
By Dr. Meryl Nass and John Stone, January 29, 2021

On Jan. 13, California health officials issued a hold on 330,000 doses of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine after “fewer than 10” people at San Diego’s Petco Park stadium vaccine clinic suffered allergic reactions to the vaccine.


Urgent Warning on COVID-19 Vaccine-related Deaths in the Elderly and Care Homes
By UK Medical Freedom Alliance, February 09, 2021

We now call for an immediate and urgent audit of deaths that have occurred since the beginning of the Covid-19 vaccine rollout, to ascertain if Covid-19 vaccines are leading to an increased number of deaths.


Big Pharma and Big Profits: The Multibillion Dollar Vaccine Market
By Timothy Alexander Guzman, February 06, 2021

The business of vaccines is soon to become a major source of profits for the world’s largest pharmaceutical corporations.


The Injection Fraud – It’s Not a Vaccine
By Catherine Austin Fitts, January 18, 2021

Of all the questions that I had, the one that I spent the most time researching and thinking about was why. Why was the medical establishment intentionally poisoning generations of children?


Microsoft, Big Tech Coalition Developing Rockefeller Funded COVID Vaccine Passports
By Steve Watson, January 18, 2021

A coalition of big tech companies, including Microsoft is developing a COVID passport, with the expectation that a digital document linked to vaccination status will be required to travel.


The COVID-19 Vaccine. The Imposition of Compulsory Vaccination with a Biometric Health Passport?
By Dr. Pascal Sacré, November 17, 2020

Is this THE final goal of this crisis, to impose a compulsory vaccination on everyone, with a biometric health passport and without it, the impossibility to move, to buy, to eat?


The WHO and Big Pharma Rejected by Tanzania: President John Magufuli Says COVID-19 Vaccines Are “Dangerous and Unnecessary”
By Timothy Alexander Guzman, February 10, 2021

There is a glimmer of hope in Africa in regards to the Covid-19 world-wide pandemic where there are no lockdowns, no mandatory facemasks and no required vaccines.


Could Spike Protein in Moderna, Pfizer Vaccines Cause Blood Clots, Brain Inflammation and Heart Attacks?
By Lyn Redwood, February 11, 2021

Dr. J. Patrick Whelan, a pediatric rheumatologist, warned the FDA in December that mRNA vaccines could cause microvascular injury to the brain, heart, liver and kidneys in ways not assessed in safety trials.


Vaccine Injury Reporting Systems ‘Utterly Inadequate,’ Independent Researchers Say
By Children’s Health Defense, January 21, 2021

New peer-reviewed study of adverse events following MMRV vaccines highlights the urgent need for independent research on vaccine safety and the importance of informed consent and vaccine choice.


Vaccines: “Death by Coincidence”. Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
By Robert F. Kennedy Jr, January 17, 2021

Declarations by health officials and vaccine makers that deaths and injuries following COVID vaccinations are unrelated coincidences are becoming a pattern.


Dr. Wodarg and Dr. Yeadon File Application for Suspension of All SARS CoV-2 Vaccine Studies and Call for Co-signing the Petition
By 2020 news, December 25, 2020

Dr. Wodarg and Dr. Yeadon demand that the studies – for the protection of the life and health of the volunteers – should not be continued until a study design is available that is suitable to address the significant safety concerns.





“What About Excess Mortality?”


with James Corbett



Masks Lead To Bacterial Pneumonia, Oral Thrush, Systemic Inflammation & May Be The Cause Of “Long-Haul” COVID


with Ryan Cristián



 “5 Ways Biometric Security

Can Be Spoofed”


by James Corbett


What If the COVID Pandemic

Never Really Ends?


by David Wallace-Wells




Operation Warp Speed is Using a CIA-Linked Contractor to Keep Covid-19 Vaccine Contracts Secret


by Whitney Webb


Big Tech Monopolies

“Controlling Speech!?”


with Jimmy Dore and Matt Stoller



From: Global Research Newsletter [mailto:newsletter@globalresearch.ca]
Sent: Thursday, February 18, 2021 To: franc
Subject: Pandemic Revelations



Selected Articles


International Alert Message about COVID-19. United Health Professionals
By United Health Professionals, February 18 2021

We bring to the attention of our readers, this important international statement by health professionals, medical doctors and scientists, which has been sent to the governments of thirty countries.


Video: The 2020 Worldwide Corona Crisis
By Prof Michel Chossudovsky and Maya Nogradi, February 18 2021

We bring to the attention of our readers, the English version of this PANGEA TV program which was broadcast live in several regions of Italy.


Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Takes ‘Anti-Vax’ Stance in Violation of His Own Platform’s New Policy …
By Project Veritas Action, February 18 2021

Project Veritas released a new video today provided by a brave Facebook insider exposing Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s contradictory position when it comes to COVID-19 vaccines.


Why Politicians and Doctors Keep Ignoring the Medical Research on Vitamin D and Covid
By Jonathan Cook, February 18 2021

It is time to speak out forcefully now that a new, large-scale Spanish study demonstrates not a just a correlation but a causal relationship between high-dose Vitamin D treatment of hospitalised Covid patients and significantly improved outcomes for their health.


Pathologist: FDA ‘Misled the Public’ on Pfizer Vaccine Efficacy
By Children’s Health Defense, February 18 2021

Pfizer’s announcement in November 2020 that clinical trials showed its COVID-19 vaccine was “95% effective” prompted Dr. Sin Hang Lee, a Connecticut pathologist, to question Pfizer’s methodology.


Emails Reveal US Officials Joined With Agrochemical Giant Bayer to Stop Mexico’s Glyphosate Ban
By Kenny Stancil, February 18 2021

Agrochemical company Bayer, industry lobbyist CropLife America, and U.S. officials have been pressuring Mexico’s government to drop its proposed ban on the carcinogenic pesticide.


Call to Resist Tyranny: There is Only One Thing to Do: Say NO! The Legacy of Wolfgang Borchert
By Dr. Rudolf Hänsel, February 18 2021

In a manifesto written in 1947, “Then there is only one thing!”, the German regime critic and writer Wolfgang Borchert calls on fellow human beings to refuse to participate in future wars.


Techno-Censorship: The Slippery Slope from Censoring ‘Disinformation’ to Silencing Truth
By John W. Whitehead, February 18 2021

In a world increasingly automated and filtered through the lens of artificial intelligence, we are finding ourselves at the mercy of inflexible algorithms that dictate the boundaries of our liberties.


Pandemic Revelations
By David Cayley, February 18 2021

How could people even countenance a term like lockdown, with its overtones of imprisonment and total control, let along coming to think well of it and condemning and shaming its violators and critics?  My argument was that societies like Canada had, for a long time, been “practicing”.


Struggling for Gender Equality in East Africa: Researches and Experiences
By Kester Kenn Klomegah, February 18 2021

For over two decades, the Centre for Rights Education and Awareness (CREAW) has been fighting for gender equality, the empowerment of women and improvement of women’s rights in Kenya and broadly in East Africa.


5 Questions To Ask Your Friends Who Plan To Get The Covid Vaccine
By Kit Knightly, February 18 2021

If you know someone who is planning on getting vaccinated against Covid19, ask them these five questions. Make sure they understand exactly what they’re asking for.


Israel: Election of New ICC Prosecutor Raises Questions for War Crimes Probe
By Alex McDonald, February 18 2021

The election of Karim Khan, a British lawyer, as chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC), has once more raised the spectre of “politicisation” in the organisation, as well as concerns about what the new appointment will mean for the probe into alleged Israeli and Hamas war crimes.


“How Can A Global Conspiracy Work?”


with James Corbett

(46 :01)




Where Are the Witnesses? Ralph Nader Says Democrats’ Impeachment Case Is “Prescription for Defeat”

“If you can’t lie, you don’t know the truth.” – Friedrich Nietzsche


with Ralph Nader



“Washington Post Blames Capitol Protest On Economic Despair”

“Still laughing at the in-side joke…”



with Jimmy Dore


New Video Of Capitol Riot Reveals Shocking Violence And Emotional Pleas For Help


with Stephen Colbert



Economic Update: “The U.S. Political Right in Anger & Mourning”


with Richard Wolff and Prof. Arlie Hochschild


On this week's show, Prof. Wolff presents updates on the radical policies of Berlin's city gov't and its Die Linke Party; why raising minimum wage to $15/hour is too little, too late; how bans on evictions and utility shut offs fight Covid-19; and lastly, he argues for the urgent need for a changed China policy. On the second half of the show, Wolff interviews Prof. Arlie Hochschild on her 10 year study of the US political right.


 “Will Americans RISE UP?”


with Chris Hedges"





The Mother of All Talk Shows” Episode 87


with George Galloway



 “Cancel Culture”

Where Liberalism Goes to Die


by Chris Hedges

Elites and their courtiers who trumpet their moral superiority by damning and silencing those who do not linguistically conform to politically correct speech are the new Jacobins.


“The Root of Texans'

Frozen Suffering”


with Richard Wolf





Bill Gates: Bioterrorism, climate change are next big threats after Covid


by  Jessica Bursztynsky


Establishment's Secret Project:

“To Control 2020 Election & Censor Critics Revealed.”



with Jimmy Dore


The Narrative Coup. Real News vs. Fake News


by Nowick Gray




There is no Color-Blind Road to Socialism in the United States


by Danny Haiphong




The Darker Myths of Empire” Heart of Darkness Series"



with Michael Parenti


Oliver Stone Says His ‘JFK’ Documentary Will Premiere At Cannes 2021


by Haley Bosselman


 “The history of Germany's fall into fascism is worth noting”



with Richard Wolff


Capitalism has become ‘techno-feudalism’


with Yanis Varoufakis





Useful Idiots:

“Glenn Greenwald On Censorship, plus

more on GameStop/Wall Street and the contentious confirmation hearing of Neera Tanden.”


with Katie Halper and Matt Taibb





Economic Update:

“History's Lessons On Capitalism's Failures: Germany & U.S.”



with Richard Wolff


Corporate Governments Created by Nevada & Big Tech. WTF!



with Jimmy Dore



Palestinian Resistance Running in the New Legislative Elections Simulates Insanity


by Amro Allan


On Anti-Semitism,

Israel and Palestine



with Yanis Varoufakis


Finkelstein: Palestine's ICC victory thwarted by Israel's apartheid reality


with Aaron Maté and Norman Finkelstein

In a landmark ruling, the International Criminal Court has ruled that it has jurisdiction to investigate Israel for war crimes in the Occupied Palestinian Territories. However, scholar and author Norman Finkelstein warns that the ICC decision, while historic, is unlikely to deliver justice. According to Finkelstein, the Palestinian Authority's capitulation in the Oslo accords gives Israel room to flout the court's jurisdiction. Meanwhile, the reality of Israel today -- what the Israeli group B'Tselem recently called a "regime of Jewish supremacy" -- undermines any notion of a separate Palestinian state. Guest: Norman Finkelstein. Author, scholar, and leading expert on Israel-Palestine. His latest book is "I Accuse!". http://normanfinkelstein.com/​ B'Tselem statement: "A regime of Jewish supremacy from the Jordan River to the Mediterranean Sea: This is apartheid" https://www.btselem.org/publications/...


From: Agence Media Palestine [mailto:agencemediapalestine=gmail.com@mlsend.com] On Behalf Of Agence Media Palestine
Sent: Friday, February 19, 2021
Subject: [PUB]La voie vers la paix en Israël-Palestine passe par la décolonisation

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La voie vers la paix en Israël-Palestine passe par la décolonisation



"Cependant, le projet de colonisation de la Palestine historique ne semble pas encore achevé. Comme Netanyahu le souligne à plusieurs reprises dans son message politique, Israël veut régner sur toute la Palestine historique tout en maintenant une population majoritairement juive. Pour que cela se produise, il faudra expulser la plupart des Palestiniens des territoires où ils vivent actuellement, et seuls quelques-uns resteront. Ce n’est qu’alors qu’Israël pourra étendre pleinement sa souveraineté sur l’ensemble du territoire et continuer à s’appeler « État-nation juif ». Par conséquent, il est exact de dire que l’actuel apartheid israélien, aussi dévastateur soit-il, n’est qu’une partie d’un projet plus vaste."

Lire la suite de cette tribune de Mark Muhannad Ayyash, professeur associé de sociologie à l’Université Mount Royal de Calgary (Canada) en date du 17 février dernier sur le site de l'Agence.

A lire également sur le site de l'Agence, cette déclaration du PCHR (Centre Palestinien pour les Droits Humains) en date du 16 février dernier:

Israël prive la population de Gaza du vaccin contre la COVID-19



Quelques réflexions sur la décision de la Chambre préliminaire de la CPI, par François Dubuisson




"C’est peu dire que la décision de la Chambre sur l’ouverture d’une enquête dans la situation de Palestine était attendue, tant le processus visant à saisir la Cour pénale internationale de l’examen des crimes internationaux commis sur le territoire palestinien, dans le contexte de l’occupation israélienne s’est avéré long et tumultueux, depuis la première tentative remontant à 2009."

Lire la suite de cette analyse récente du juriste François Dubuisson sur le site de l'Agence.

A lire également sur le site de l'Agence, cette analyse de l'universitaire Joseph Massad en date du 16 février dernier:

Pourquoi le succès de la stratégie d’Israël consistant à faire taire les critiques est loin d’être assuré



Des artistes se tiennent aux côtés de Ken Loach et contre le McCarthyisme



"Nous avons été alertés par des universitaires palestiniens respectés, des chercheurs israéliens, des experts reconnus de l’antisémitisme, des dizaines d’associations juives progressistes, et d’autres qui disent que cette définition est utilisée comme une arme politique. Nous ne pouvons combattre le racisme, dont l’antisémitisme, en diabolisant et en réduisant au silence les défenseurs des droits des Palestiniens. »"

Lire la suite de cette déclaration sur le site de la Campagne BDS France.

A signer également, cette pétition lancée la semaine dernière à l'initiative de l'ONG palestinienne "Stop The Wall" : 

Pétition:  Pas de drones militaires israéliens pour l’UE !



« As I Want » et « The First 54 Years » sélectionnés à la Berlinale 2021



"Enceinte à mi-chemin du tournage, elle réexamine la construction de sa propre enfance en Palestine – comment son destin a été déterminé parce qu’elle est née fille. Elle entame un dialogue intérieur avec sa mère décédée, lui dit tout ce qu’elle n’a jamais pu lui dire auparavant. Elle se rend alors chez son père à Ramallah, où un flot de souvenirs surgit comme un traumatisme enfoui. Une série de séquences de réminiscences obsédantes qui relie les archives vidéo familiales, les reconstitutions et le présent. En revivant la progression du drame social qui se joue dans les rues du Caire, le public comprend mieux qu’en chaque femme existe un monde d’oppression et une lutte éternelle pour la liberté."

Lire la suite de cet article sur le site de l'Agence.

A lire aussi sur le site de l'Agence:

Le livre de référence « La table palestinienne », maintenant disponible en français

Et ce puissant chant contre l'apartheid, toujours sur le site de l'Agence:

Regardez le ré-enregistrement de « Biko » de Peter Gabriel avec des artistes du monde entier



L'Agence Média Palestine a besoin de votre soutien!



From: GAZA PALESTINE [mailto:anahona366@gmail.com]
Sent: Saturday, February 20, 2021
Subject: This is a distress call to support children .. Because we need you .. Too many people are ignoring our children..Please support us .. Stand by our side and do not leave us

COVID-19 Emergency Bulletin

5 deaths in Gaza due to Corona

Injuries are approaching a thousand ... with a complete suspension of all life's necessities

We live in very difficult times…

The nurses' group launched the emergency call in response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Your support is urgently required to help us save the lives of Gaza.

The nurses' team is already doing everything we can to support local medical services that are already struggling with a shortage of essential medicines and medical consumables. We have already provided emergency hygiene kits to 1,200 vulnerable Palestinians living in Gaza. We expect more emergency medical response will be needed in the coming weeks and months. Please help us be there for the Palestinians during this crisis by making a donation today.

Your donation can help pay for:



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For Russian leftists, Western favorite Navalny represents “same corrupt elitism”



with Aaron Maté



Catherine Austin Fitts on

“The State of Our Currencies”



with James Corbett




From: Jacobin [mailto:news@jacobinmag.com]
Sent: Monday, February 15, 2021
Subject: “Henry Kissinger Is Not My Friend.”






David Harvey and his HUGE ideas on Spatial Fix and Temporal Fix”




by A Level Geography


“17 Contradictions

and the End of Capitalism”




with Leo Panitch and David Harvey

In 2014, Leo Panitch and David Harvey had a discussion together at the Jacobin office in Brooklyn. In a spirited conversation, they discuss Harvey’s book, 17 Contradictions and the End of Capitalism; capital’s relationship to nature; and how to build visionary movements that go beyond just localism. And clash over a few things along the way. We reproduce it here in memory of our friend and comrade, Leo Panitch (1945-2020).


“ The 2020 Worldwide Corona Crisis: Destroying Civil Society, Engineered Economic Depression, Global Coup d'État and the ‘Great Reset’ ”

(An E-book consisting of a Preface and Nine Chapters.)


by Prof Michel Chossudovsky




David Harvey Talks about the Crimes of Capitalism


(audio, 29:44)

with Jeremy Scahill

This interview originally aired on January 17, 2018. For the past year, we’ve all experienced an intense sort of political or news vertigo. It’s making us dumber by the day. Of course, part of this is due to the fact that Donald Trump is president and he constantly scoops the story of the latest outrage about himself by performing yet another outrage just as we start discussing the previous one. It’s exhausting and brain melting. But this is also because major media organizations have all chosen to constantly chase the rabbit. In a way, all of us in media are complicit. When we’re constantly on the run, it’s very difficult to take stock of where we are and where we’ve been. To take a good look at the big picture becomes a luxury that none of us seem able to afford. And this is going to have serious consequences. Our brains are actually being altered. The way we process news and information, our ideas about what constitutes resistance and what constitutes tyranny. In general, we live in a society that doesn’t study its own history — its unvarnished history. And often current events are analyzed in a vacuum that almost never includes the context or history necessary to understand what’s new, what’s old, and how we got to where we are. We’ve become detached from our own reality and our own work. David Harvey is one of the leading Marxist thinkers in the world and an authority on Marx’s “Das Kapital,” which turned 150 years old late last year. Harvey is Distinguished Professor of Anthropology and Geography at the City University of New York and he was one of the pioneers of the discipline of modern geography. David Harvey has a new book out. It’s called “Marx, Capital and the Madness of Economic reason.”


From: Jim Hightower [mailto:info@ourrevolution.com]
Sent: Saturday, February 20, 2021
Subject: we can’t let oil money run Texas any longer


Big energy companies have been flooding Texas politicians with big money for years to get their way, and this week we got the tragic results of their corruption of our government and power grid.

Vulnerable Texans don't have access to water, old folks risk freezing to death, and rolling blackouts have turned into 4-day power failures, causing havoc. This is because oil and gas companies spent a lot of money to make sure that Texas energy is deregulated and not on the national grid.

That means that we can't borrow power from other states, and it means that the power giants don't have to spend money on making sure our power system is protected from cold winter weather.

Francis, the bottom line is this: the Texas GOP has spent YEARS taking oil money and neglecting our energy grid. Blood is now on their hands, and what's very clear is that we can't let these very dangerous people control our state.

Can I count on you to chip in now to support our important organizing here in Texas to defeat every single Republican who took big money and looked the other way while our energy system got weaker and weaker?

Jim Hightower
National Board Member


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Opening the CIA’s Can of Worms


by Edward Curtin

“The CIA and the media are part of the same criminal conspiracy,” wrote Douglas Valentine in his important book, The CIA As Organized Crime.

This is true.  The corporate mainstream media are stenographers for the national security state’s ongoing psychological operations aimed at the American people, just as they have done the same for an international audience.  We have long been subjected to this “information warfare,” whose purpose is to win the hearts and minds of the American people and pacify them into victims of their own complicity, just as it was practiced long ago by the CIA in Vietnam and by The New York Times, CBS, etc. on the American people then and over the years as the American warfare state waged endless wars, coups, false flag operations, and assassinations at home and abroad.

Another way of putting this is to say for all practical purposes when it comes to matters that bear on important foreign and domestic matters, the CIA and the corporate mainstream media cannot be distinguished.

For those who read and study history, it has long been known that the CIA has placed their operatives throughout every agency of the U.S. government, as explained by Fletcher Prouty in The Secret Team, The CIA and Its Allies in Control of the United States and the World; that CIA officers Cord Myer and Frank Wisner operated secret programs to get some of the most vocal exponents of intellectual freedom among intellectuals, journalists, and writers to be their voices for unfreedom and censorship, as explained by Frances Stonor Saunders in The Cultural Cold War and Joel Whitney in Finks, among others; that Cord Myer was especially focused on and successful in “courting the Compatible Left” since right wingers were already in the Agency’s pocket.  All this is documented and not disputed.  It is shocking only to those who don’t do their homework and see what is happening today outside a broad historical context.

With the rise of alternate media and a wide array of dissenting voices on the internet, the establishment felt threatened and went on the defensive.  It therefore should come as no surprise that those same elite corporate media are now leading the charge for increased censorship and the denial of free speech to those they deem dangerous, whether that involves wars, rigged elections, foreign coups, COVID-19, vaccinations, or the lies of the corporate media themselves. Having already banned critics from writing in their pages and or talking on their screens, these media giants want to make the quieting of dissenting voices complete.



Signals intelligence showed Soviet 4th Air Army alert “included preparations for immediate use of nuclear weapons” in response to NATO exercise. Key “End of Tour Report Addendum" by Lt. Gen. Leonard Perroots who oversaw Able Archer 83, subject of National Security Archive lawsuit, declassified by State Department Historian’s Office. Perroots described “ominous picture” of War Scare, the Soviet alert, and his decision not to escalate. CIA response admitted intelligence failures and possibility of “serious escalatory consequences.” ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌  ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ THE NATIONAL SECURITY ARCHIVES

Able Archer War Scare “Potentially Disastrous”

Signals intelligence showed Soviet 4th Air Army alert “included preparations for immediate use of nuclear weapons” in response to NATO exercise

Key “End of Tour Report Addendum" by Lt. Gen. Leonard Perroots who oversaw Able Archer 83, subject of National Security Archive lawsuit, declassified by State Department Historian’s Office

Perroots described “ominous picture” of War Scare, the Soviet alert, and his decision not to escalate

CIA response admitted intelligence failures and possibility of “serious escalatory consequences”



Washington, D.C., February 17, 2021 – “What might have happened that day in November 1983 if we had begun a precautionary generation of forces” against a Soviet alert in response to the Able Archer 83 NATO nuclear release exercise?  This is the question Lieutenant General Leonard H. Perroots asked in his January 1989 End of Tour Report Addendum published this week in the State Department’s Foreign Relations of the United States series, edited by Elizabeth C. Charles.

The FRUS volume, Foreign Relations of the United States, 1981–1988, Volume IV, Soviet Union, January 1983–March 1985, is a collection of more than 380 declassified records documenting the beginning of the end of the Cold War.

The volume includes a trove of revelations about the 1983 War Scare, including the almost completely unredacted text of Lt. Gen. Perroots’s “parting shot before retirement” (Document 2). Perroots served as Assistant Chief of Staff for Intelligence, US Air Forces Europe, during the 1983 Able Archer exercise, and rose to become the Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency. In January 1989, Perroots sent senior intelligence officials a

classified “letter outlining his disquiet over the inadequate treatment of the Soviet war scare” before retiring from government service.

Perroots’s letter sparked a full, all-source investigation by the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board, culminating in its highly secret 1990 report “The Soviet ‘War Scare’” (Document 4). The National Security Archive won declassification of the PFIAB report in 2015 through an interagency appeals panel decision after a 12-year struggle.  The detailed PFIAB report concluded that the U.S. “may have inadvertently placed our relations with the Soviet Union on a hair trigger” during Able Archer, and commended Perroots for having avoided any escalation. 


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India joins Iran-Russia joint navy drill; China also to take part


by Maziar Motamedi


"Uninvited: US accused of 'plundering' Syria"


with Rick Sanchez and Michael Maloof


Critics allege that the continuing US presence in Syria, which will soon include a permanent airport, is all so US interests can plunder oil to which they have no legitimate claim. The airport is being built despite opposition from Syria’s internationally recognized government. Former Pentagon official Michael Maloof and former naval intelligence officer John Jordan join Rick Sanchez to share their insights.




Biden Will Shut Down Left Voices


with Jimmy Dore and Chris Hedges



Off To a Diverse Start: Biden Doubles Down on Some Bad Policies and Appointments


by Philip Giraldi


Biden Sells Missiles to Fascists + US Base Destroys Ancient Coral Reef


with Abby Martin



Is Biden Committing Diplomatic Suicide Over the Iran Nuclear Agreement?


by Medea Benjamin and Nicolas J. S. Davies


“Dr. Cornel West Is A Free Man”


with Jimmy Dore






America Needs Third Parties


with Jimmy Dore and Richard Wolff



Freedom Rider: Impeachment Theater


by Margaret Kimberley

Democracy is hanging on by a thread -- not due to marauding Trumpsters – but because of bipartisan support for neoliberal policies.

“The Republicans are a convenient foil who can be blamed whenever the Democrats decide to take a dive.”




Ashton Kutcher's NGO Supplies Police with 'Free' CIA-linked Surveillance Tool to 'Protect Kids'


by Whithey Webb

A suspect NGO claiming to combat child trafficking by providing surveillance tech to US police has allowed Amazon to continue supplying U.S. law enforcement with facial recognition software despite the tech giant’s moratorium on its sale to police.


 “Unplugging From the Matrix” #SolutionsWatch


with James Corbett and Tim Kilkenny


There are many things we can do to improve the way we use our devices: Using open source software, boycotting Google and other Big Tech monopolies, participating in distributed and decentralized networks, etc. But there’s a more fundamental question to answer: Are you in charge of your technology, or is it in charge of you? Could you unplug from your devices altogether? And, if so, for how long? Joining us to discuss this important question is Tim Kilkenny, one of the co-hosts of the Revelations Radio News podcast.




Jack Dorsey, the CIA and Twitter Censorship in the Age of Covid-19


by Vanessa Beeley


Prof. Richard Wolff,

Censored on Facebook:

Here's the Story!


with R.J. Eskow and Richard Wolff



 ‘Cui Bono?’

Who Benefits?


with reallygraceful


George Carlin - National Press Club

[Complete May 13, 1999 Speech]







George Kennan and the Long Telegram - 75th Anniversary


Leading Soviet reformer Alexander Yakovlev discussed the famous Long Telegram with George Kennan in a previously unpublished October 1990 meeting in Moscow . . . .