an extremely good debate on China. Australia is the focus but what is being said can be applied globally. Robert Barwick backs up his side of the debate with facts, figures, history and reason!
Source: Walk the World
The Great Debate On China – DFA Live HD Replay
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“The cost of energy from advanced nuclear technologies in Australia is set to be cheaper than all renewable technologies and gas-powered generators, and in many cases also cheaper than coal.”
-AWU (Australian Workers Union) submission to parliament : “Inquiry into Nuclear Prohibition by the Committee for Environment and … Read the rest
Thomas Sankara au sommet d’Addis Abeba le 29 Juillet 1987 Discours sur la dette des pays Africains … Read the rest
Source: The Why
Stealing Africa⎜WHY POVERTY?⎜(Documentary)
Rüschlikon is a village in Switzerland with a very low tax rate and very wealthy residents. But it receives more tax revenue than it can use. This is largely thanks to one resident – Ivan Glasenberg, CEO of Glencore, whose copper mines in Zambia … Read the rest
re posted from RISING CONTINENT
COVID19: A GAME-CHANGER IN THE COMMEMORATIONS OF THE 1994 RWANDAN GENOCIDE
This article on the 26th #Rwanda #Commemoration of #Genocide in #1994 was sent to DAVID HIMBARA by an anonymous #Rwandan Compatriot. It was copied from his Facebook pages.
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re posted from AFRICA AND THE WORLD
July 31, 2020
Source: Solidarite et Progres
La trajectoire du bonheur (1/2) – Les prochaines 30 Glorieuses #7
1 Aout 2020
Comment faire pour prendre la trajectoire du bonheur et pas celle de l’effondrement ? Pour son grand retour après le confinement, notre youtubeur vous répond tout en polémique et en pédagogie.
https://solidariteetprogres.fr/… Read the rest
it all goes back to Malthusian intent of the oligarchy
Source: Schiller Institute
The Corruption of the System is the Problem We All Face
In her closing comments in today’s dialogue, Helga Zepp LaRouche pointed to the corruption of the whole system as responsible for the civilizational crisis we … Read the rest
a short and well presented documentary which is a factual account of history
Why Britain Started the Opium War?
In the 19th century, British companies sold opium to China to balance their trade deficits. When China banned the drug, Britain started a war in 1840. Dr. Qiao explains … Read the rest