Monthly Archives: July 2019

Jacques Cheminade on Lyndon LaRouche’s Exoneration

Source: LaRouchePAC Videos

Jacques Cheminade on Lyndon LaRouche’s Exoneration

 

Published on 22 Jul 2019

https://action.larouchepac.com/exonerate

Former French presidential candidate and Chairman of Solidarité et Progrès, Jacques Cheminade appeals to President Trump to exonerate Lyndon LaRouche, thereby exonerating the ideas for which LaRouche’s enemies put him in prison.

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Eskom: Poverty not Pollution is the Biggest Killer

Eskom: Poverty not Pollution is the Biggest Killer

Destroying South Africa`s industrial capacity is the name of the game that is being thrown at Eskom. Since the character assassination of former president Jacob Zuma both the ANC and Eskom are under attack which is because of South Africa`s role in … Read the rest

Trump’s Policy for Africa Exists Only to Stop China

re posted from                                       AFRICA AND THE WORLD

Trump’s Policy for Africa Exists Only to Stop China

July 20, 2019

The analysis in the article below published by WPR is useful. However, I can be more blunt: President Trump’s policy for Africa has nothing to do with helping Africa, but it Read the rest

House to Pentagon: Did You Weaponize Ticks?

for all of us wondering about those `conspiracy theories`on the causes of AIDS and Ebola and the weaponizing of insects, this is interesting. What exactly did Dr Wouter Basson do in Project Coast?

Source: corbettreport

House to Pentagon: Did You Weaponize Ticks? – #NewWorldNextWeek

Published on 18 Jul 2019

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China-Africa Debt Trap Refuted Again. Belt and Road Building Infrastructure-Developing Africa

re posted from                                            AFRICA AND THE WORLD

China-Africa Debt Trap Refuted Again. Belt and Road Building Infrastructure-Developing Africa

July 12, 2019

This excellent article, once again refutes the slander that China is imposing a ‘debt-trap’ on African nations. The author, Ehizuelen Michael Mitchell Omoruyi, executive director of the Center for Read the rest