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The New Forests Company | Oxfam: British Corporation Mass Murdering Ugandans in UN Sanctioned Land Grab

November 29, 2011

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British Corporation Mass Murdering Ugandans in UN Sanctioned Land Grab September 26, 2011 Beneath fraud, media spin, & UN stamps of approval, awaits an unfolding nightmare for the people of Africa and the world. by Tony Cartalucci The New York Times recently reported in an article titled, “In Scramble for Land, Group Says, Company Pushed […]

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Monsanto Partners with USAID to Push GM Corn in Nepal

November 29, 2011

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November 20, 2011 by: Jonathan Benson, staff writer (NaturalNews) The southeast Asian country of Nepal is once again having to fight against foreign interests that are trying to take over its agricultural system. Biotechnology giant Monsanto apparently has its sights set on bringing genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) to this sliver of a country just north of […]

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WATCH: NGOs Behind the War on Libya – Nov. 27th, 2011 Julien Teil Interview

November 29, 2011

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“The Humanitarian War” is a film about the demonization of Gaddafi in the run-up to the war in Libya. In this carefully researched documentary, Julien Teil examines the documents and interrogates the NGOs behind the campaign to oust Gaddafi, and shows the lack of evidence for the alleged war crimes that supposedly justified UN intervention. […]

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Indigenous Groups: Reject REDD: A False Solution that Breads a New Form of Climate Racism

November 26, 2011

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“We call upon all people committed to climate justice to support life, and we implore the global community to take responsibility for reducing emission of green house gases at the source and to reject REDD+ as a false solution that breads a new form of climate racism.” .IPCCA. Indigenous Peoples’ Biocultural Climate Change Assessment Initiative […]

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How USAID Undermines Democracy in Haiti

November 26, 2011

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The image above is from the article “Putting the Aid in Aiding and Abetting: CIDA’s Agents of Regime Change in Haiti’s 2004 Coup”. CIDA is the Canadian version of USAID. #62 (May 2008) November 18, 2011 by Leslie Mullin, Pambazuka The US Agency for International Development (USAID) is an arm of the US State Department. […]

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Hillary Clinton Aid Appointed New Executive Director of Amnesty International U.S.A.

November 25, 2011

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Cross posted from LIBYA 360° Editor’s Note: Ms. Nossel is also the Visiting Senior Fellow for Global Governance at the Council of Foreign Relations. She is known for popularizing the term “smart power” and is the founder of Democracy Arsenal. A.V. Voltaire Network Links and video added by Libya 360° Suzanne Nossel, former assistant to […]

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U.S. Funded Democracy Centre Reveals It’s Real Reason for Supporting the TIPNIS Protest in Bolivia: REDD $$$

November 23, 2011

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November 23rd, 2011 by Cory Morningstar DI NO AL REDD – Rapido Enriquecimiento con Desalojos, usurpación de tierras y Destrucción de biodiversidad. SAY NO TO REDD – Reaping Profits from Evictions, Land Grabs, Deforestation and Destruction of Biodiversity “Bolivia is and will remain a country who desperately struggles to resist Imperialism and fight for their […]

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WWF Denies Palm Oil is the Problem, then Counts the Cash

November 23, 2011

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November 23rd, 2011 The Unsuitablog It seems there is no depth to which the corporate world’s own favourite NGO, WWF, will not sink. An article in this week’s Guardian was happy to give WWF some free publicity, implying that the group actually give a stuff about the wildlife they were apparently set up to protect […]

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Flashback: The Eco-Establishment

November 22, 2011

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Katherine Barkley and Steve Weissman, “The Eco-Establishment,” in: Ramparts (eds.), Eco-Catastrophe (Harper and Row, 1970), pp.15-24. Ask Vietnam protesters about the April 22 National Environmental Teach-In and they’ll tell you it’s a scheme to contain their spring offensive against the ecological disaster in Southeast Asia. Ask young blacks about this new movement to save the […]

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Bolivia: Rumble Over Jungle Far from Over

November 20, 2011

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Sunday, November 20, 2011 | Green Left Weekly By Federico Fuentes March from TIPNIS arrives in La Paz. Despite the government reaching an agreement with indigenous protesters on all 16 demands raised on their 10-week march onto the capital, La Paz, the underlying differences are far from resolved. On October 24, Bolivia’s Plurinational Legislative Assembly […]

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