Monthly Archives: January 2024

Mali, Burkina Faso, and Niger all leave the ECOWAS

re posted from                      AFROLEGENDS

the slave who is not capable of assuming his rebellion does not deserve that we feel sorry for himself. This slave will respond only to his misfortune if he is deluding himself about the suspect condescension of a master who claims to free him. Only struggle Read the rest

Nuclear Safety: The LNT Folly

re posted from                        HUGO KRUGER SUBSTACK

Notably, the committee was stacked with geneticists whose bottom line depended on the oil and gas industry. They did not base their results on the medical data of the atomic bomb survivors and rather relied on a few failed fruit fly experiments.

Nuclear Safety:

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Pretoria is Going Back to King Coal

re posted from                             HUGO KRUGER SUBSTACK

I find it deeply concerning that our banks are employing ‘climate finance’ to hinder the revival of these power plants. There’s no way around it – this agenda is both racist and colonial, particularly if one considers that roughly two-thirds of South Africa’
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South Africa launches programme to build new nuclear power plants

re posted from                         MYBROADBAND

South Africa launches programme to build new nuclear power plants

Electricity minister Kgosientsho Ramokgopa has issued a determination in the Government Gazette that will see South Africa procure 2,500MW of nuclear power.

According to the document, this capacity will be built … Read the rest

Ethnic mass killings in one Sudan city last year left up to 15,000 dead: UN report

re posted from                              PRESSTV

The attacks were planned, coordinated, and executed by RSF and their allied Arab militias,” the sanctions monitors wrote in their annual report. “When reaching RSF checkpoints women and men were separated, harassed, searched, robbed, and physically assaulted.”

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Neo-Liberalism: Economic slavery dressed as freedom/ Javier Milei defends Fascism

Private Profits vs Public Good
Neo-liberal corporate managerialism colliding with community orientated essential services
state services are made to follow the corporate model…usually prior to privatization
For the profit motive not the common good
Corporate `autocrats` are hired to run the corporation : think only profit
This has happened across … Read the rest