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  1. Meanwhile in Russia

    Quote Originally Posted by Balancer View Post


    Warning sign in Moscow Subway.
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  2. NYT Promotes Protectionism in Guise of ‘Free Trade’

    According to the New York Times, only Americans on the fringes oppose the TPP and other "free trade" pacts, which their own reporting details as the following:

    Trans-Pacific Partnership Seen as Door for Foreign Suits Against U.S., New York Times, March 25, 2015

    An ambitious 12-nation trade accord pushed by President Obama would allow foreign corporations to sue the United States government for actions that undermine their investment “expectations” and hurt
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    Updated Sep 24 2016 at 10:52 AM by Horhey

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    The Empire , The Propaganda System
  3. One Day in the Life of a Reader of the New York Times

    Chomsky eviscerates a New York Times article entitled "One Woman’s Mission to free Laos from Unexploded Bombs," which is premised on false assumptions regarding the U.S. bombing campaign there. The reporter even contradicts the source he used in the article. A "colossal lie in the service of the state," as we shall soon see:

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    Updated Sep 24 2016 at 09:00 AM by Horhey

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    The Propaganda System , Asia
  4. Test blog 2

    Testing blog settings for a member.
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    Personal
  5. The Cat

  6. Military Photos

    Quote Originally Posted by Balancer View Post
    "Varyag" and brother-soldiers. Vladivostok, August, 2016.



    // via http://www.balancer.ru/g/p4279537
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  7. Meanwhile in Russia

  8. Rioting is Not a Form of Mourning

    Two evenings ago, I was less than four miles from where Keith Lamont Scott was shot and killed by police in Charlotte. The circumstances regarding the shooting were - and still are - somewhat controversial, but the aftermath has been a different story.

    A peaceful protest was formed on Old Concord Rd, but as the hours passed, it became less of a protest and more of a riot. It became evident that the people showing up to "support" the protest were less interested in actually ...
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