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Beware of Canada! 3 – Culture screen

By the promotion of drugs, indoctrination into fears of foreign and domestic threats, and the propaganda of patriotism, the government generates animosity in people’s minds, and thus carries out so-called the “divide & conquer” principle. How many times they’ve blocked… Continue Reading

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Protesters’ rage over ‘income and bread’ challenges Iraqi government

Protesters’ rage over ‘income and bread’ challenges Iraqi government

JUDY WOODRUFF: Young people in Iraq have turned their country upside-down over the past week. They have taken to the streets, demanding better social services and more economic opportunities. Clashes with security forces have sometimes turned violent, and deadly, with… Continue Reading

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Market Forces is under attack by our own government

Market Forces is under attack by our own government

We are working to identify serious mechanisms that can successfully outlaw these indulgent and selfish practices that threaten the livelihoods of fellow Australians Here’s the deal the government wants to take us down they want to successfully outlaw the work… Continue Reading

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Abdul El-Sayed | The Epidemic of Poverty: The Government Imperative || Radcliffe Institute

Abdul El-Sayed | The Epidemic of Poverty: The Government Imperative || Radcliffe Institute

– Good afternoon, and welcome to Radcliffe. My name is Janet Rich-Edwards, and I am an epidemiologist, and also the Life Sciences Adviser to the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study. And we are so pleased to see you here. I’m… Continue Reading

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Best Kept Government Secret Unveiled – White Sulphur Springs, WV

Best Kept Government Secret Unveiled – White Sulphur Springs, WV

Coming up on Small Town Big Deal. It started with some rather smelly water and grew into one of America’s most spectacular resorts. This was the Saratoga of the South. But even more amazing, thousands of guests never knew about… Continue Reading

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MADE IN THE USA: Child Labor & Tobacco

MADE IN THE USA: Child Labor & Tobacco

Early in the morning, children board a school bus but they’re not headed to school. They’re going to work. They’re among the thousands of kids who work on tobacco farms in the United States each year. I was in the… Continue Reading