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Rania Khalek
Journalist with opinions. Producer/Writer/Host . Co-host .
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Kate Kizer 20h
Exactly. The attack on Abqaiq seems to be a likely retaliatory attack for the Saudi-led coalition's strike on Dhamar prison that killed over 100 two weeks ago. People forget there's a clear pattern of escalation in , where...
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History suggests US officials are very honest
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Replying to @27khv @yashalevine
They will all become China experts overnight
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Camila Sep 14
Bolivia's right-wing burns down a campaign headquarter of the Movement Towards Socialism (MAS) party of President Evo Morales. They attack a free health center and lynch supporters of Evo. We've seen this same violence from extremist opposition sectors in Nicaragua & Venezuela.
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derek davison Sep 14
SAUDI ARABIA: [bombs 18 orphanages with British ordinance] UK: well, look, you can't make an omelet right HOUTHIS: [bomb some oil] UK: you monsters, that oil hadn't hurt anyone
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Ben Norton Sep 14
After 4 years of US/UK-backed Saudi genocidal war on Yemen, the Houthis are hitting back more and more effectively: The Saudi regime is being forced to shut down half of its oil output after Houthi drone strikes hit production facilities in a large attack
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Aaron Maté Aug 27
Apologia for the Chilean dictator who tortured and murdered thousands, in the service of demonizing a democratically elected Venezuelan leader resisting a Trump admin-managed coup attempt & economic warfare. Embarrassing insanity from .
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Chris Williamson MP #GTTO Sep 14
Plans to hold Julian Assange in detention after his unjust sentence ends is an outrage. Britain is increasingly behaving like a tin-pot dictatorship in its dealing with him. I'm raising his unjust treatment with the Home Sec
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Rania Khalek Sep 13
Still pissed about this
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Sam Sep 12
“But it is 2019 now & I DON'T CARE about hundreds of thousands of Iraqis who were killed as a result of the American 2003 invasion of Iraq and the devastating civil wars we caused”
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Max Abrahms Sep 12
I wonder how much people have learned from toppling Saddam. Next there was Gaddafi. Then a failed jihadist war against Assad. Many called for a stronger US hand to oust the government in Venezuela. Regime change is not unimaginable in Iran etc.
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Gaius 🇵🇷 Sep 12
Brown people socialism bad. White people socialism good.
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Lily Lynch Sep 12
Replying to @lilyslynch
This is why I'm so skeptical of leftists in the US who say they want a "leftist foreign policy". What does that mean? Raytheon drones dropping leaflets about liberal feminism and US embassy-mandated pride parades on Kyrgyzstan and then cluster bombing them anyway?
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Aaron Maté Sep 12
Bernie calls Maduro a tyrant & rejects Venezuelan socialist policies. If only Bernie, & other leftists, could see that Venezuela endures a murderous US economic war & right-wing coup attempt precisely because it has a gov't that has devoted resources to its poorest (& darkest).
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Joe Catron Sep 12
“Journalists and caused a Twitter meltdown among some advocates of regime change in Syria by simply going to parts of the country controlled by Damascus and reporting on life there.”
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Camila Sep 11
The Union of Cuban Journalists (UPEC) denounce Twitter's 'blocking' of accounts of Cuban media and journalists, including these: , , , , , , Statement:
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Dan Cohen Sep 11
Twitter just suspended the accounts of the biggest media outlets in Cuba and has given no reason. This is the equivalent of silencing CNN, Fox, WaPo and NPR’s accounts, but Cuba is a target of the empire so these arbitrary suspensions don’t generate outrage.
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In the NOW Sep 11
Did you know the US helped overthrow Chile's democratically elected government?
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