Opinions

The colours are in you – International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination

“No country can claim to be free of racism. It is a worldwide preoccupation and the fight to end racism requires a universal effort”. The Durban Declaration and Programme of Action From Convergence of Cultures-Chile, which is a universalist humanist…

Hafganistan – mobilise against the fascist drift of Israeli government

For almost three months now we have had an extreme right-wing coalition government in Israel. It is headed by the ineffable Bibi Netanyahu, and its main allies are the religious orthodox and two local fascists, Itamar Ben Gvir and Betzalel…

Amazon Rainforest Destabilizes the World

A new 40-year study discovered the eye-opening fact that what happens in the Amazon Rainforest impacts the entire Earth system. This puts an exclamation point on the fact that the Amazon Rainforest, the planet’s most crucial source of life support,…

Bolivia: Crisis in the MAS: Schism or Reinstatement?

By Rafael Bautista S1. Beyond the superficial opinions and the mixture of accusations, the MAS crisis (which marks its own birth to political life) manifests something that escapes the whole range of media analysis; because that something is already naturalized…

Face 2 Face with Helga Zepp-LaRouche

On this show, we speak with Helga Zepp-LaRouche, about her Call for an Emergency International Conference to Reorganize the Bankrupt Financial System after Silicon Valley Bank and other banks collapsed. Helga is a political activist and widow of Lyndon LaRouche,…

Popol Vuh, Mayan and universal treasure

There are books that leave their mark on people and beyond, on collectives, countries and different generations. We are talking about the Popol Vuh or Popol Wuj – the closest to the K’iché orthography – and with a universal meaning…

Loneliness – the system’s recipe

One of the main objectives of the neoliberal project, which is also its method, is the atomisation of the social – human – being into a thousand schizophrenic splinters of personal pseudo-freedoms and pseudo-independences. We can look for the crudest…

The State of Democracy in Tunisia: Populism with an Estranged Population

Hope, excitement and optimism are just a few of the terms that have animated the political discourse in Tunisia after the 2011 revolution. However, with a perpetual economic degradation that was amplified by the pandemic, the legitimate strife for “job,…

Disturbing TikTok Hoax Shows It’s Time For Change

I am writing this on March 8th, marking the date of International Women’s Day. Which makes me disheartened to say that as a woman, I am still burdened with gender inequalities my grandmother would’ve faced in the early 50s. Over…

The East and West of Democracy and Human Rights

Democracy and Human Rights have become a buzzword in the 21st Century. After the ascension of the Biden administration in the United States (US), we are seeing a new foreign policy based on these two concepts. We often see politicians…

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