Federated Governments: The Nation Versus The State, Part 2 by Arthur D. Robbins

Resist Imperialism

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by Arthur D. Robbins
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Paradise Lost, Paradise Regained
April 4, 2017

War has indeed become perpetual and peace no longer even a fleeting wish nor a distant memory. We have become habituated to the rumblings of war and the steady drum beat of propaganda about war’s necessity and the noble motives that inspire it.

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The Public Option in Banking: Another Look at the German Model by Ellen Brown + Keiser Report: Dog & Pony Show

by Ellen Brown
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Oct. 13, 2011

Capitalism Kills

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Publicly-owned banks were instrumental in funding Germany’s “economic miracle” after the devastation of World War II.  Although the German public banks have been targeted in the last decade for takedown by their private competitors, the model remains a viable alternative to the private profiteering being protested on Wall Street today.

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Police with horses charge protesters at Occupy Wall Street + Occupy Rome protest turns violent

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Updated: Oct. 17, 2011

on Oct 15, 2011

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Swiss Take Two Guantánamo Uighurs, Save Obama from Having to Do the Right Thing

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by Andy Worthington
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Dandelion Salad
4 February, 2010

Congratulations to the Swiss Canton of Jura, which recently accepted the asylum claims of two Uighur prisoners at Guantánamo, and to the Swiss federal government for agreeing to accept Jura’s decision on Wednesday.

The two men in question — Arkin Mahmud, 45, and his brother Bahtiyar Mahnut, 32 — were seized with 20 other Uighurs in December 2001. The US authorities realized almost immediately that all of these men, who are Turkic Muslims from China’s Xinjiang province, had only one enemy — the Chinese government — and had been seized (or bought) by mistake. However, although the majority of the men were cleared for release by 2005, the Bush administration accepted that it could not return them to China, because of fears that they would face torture or other ill-treatment, but then struggled to find another country that would take them instead.

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Anti-WTO demonstration in Geneva

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November 29, 2009

euronews.net A demonstration against WTO in Geneva, Switzerland, ends violently.

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