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Stardust12 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Has anyone here tried it? How much could you earn?
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Adolf Schumur Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Please explain.
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A muystery? Or is it? Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > A warning from something supernatural? Is Allah > pissed at Iran? Comes in three, what next?
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On Thursday, Facebook carried out a mass purge of left-wing political pages as part of an ongoing conspiracy by the state and the technology monopolies to censor the internet. Over 800 pages and accounts, with a combined following in the tens of millions, were summarily removed. The banned pages include highly popular postings by groups opposing and publicizing incidents of police violence such
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President Trump FTW! Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > All Americans are happy and prosperous. > > Libs are going apeshit.
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https://youtu.be/6oAjODc9jmo
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Forecasts predict that far-right parties will make considerable gains in this month’s European elections. According to opinion polls, the right-wing extremist group in the European parliament, Europe of Nations and Freedom (ENF), could increase its seats from 37 to 63. The Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy (EFDD) group could win around 40 seats, and the European Conservatives and Reformers
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The assassination of Iranian general Qasem Soleimani by a US drone strike last Friday reflects a desperate attempt by a failing administration to reassert US hegemony in a region where it is being increasingly challenged. The assassination of General Soleimani—the second most powerful figure in the Iranian regime after Ayatollah Ali Khamenei—by the U.S. government is a leap forward in the escala
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Tens of millions of Indian workers, youth and rural toilers joined a one-day nationwide general strike yesterday to protest the Bharatiya Jananta Party (BJP) government’s pro-investor and communalist policies. Since winning re-election last May, with massive big business and corporate media support, the BJP government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has dramatically escalated its assault on the
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Obama has left the White House after two terms. Temp work and part time work, racial tensions, millionaire bank bailouts and a crisis in the Middle East are the most important aspects of his legacy. Barack Obama departed the White House with an approval rating of over 50%. However, in spite of his image as a “progressive” president, his legacy includes precarious work, increased racial tensions,
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ast month, the Washington Post profiled the suicide of farmer Chris Dykshorn in Platte, a rural farming town in South Dakota, in the context of the rising suicide rate among farmers in the US. With $300,000 in debt, Dykshorn and his family were unable to sell their excess grain crop due to Trump’s trade war with China and record rains had flooded their fields, severely curtailing the growing sea
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The LA teachers’ strike in defense of public education makes the rich and the government of California tremble. On the first day of the Los Angeles UTLA strike, a heavy rain fell on the colorful umbrellas and ponchos of California’s working class. Tens of thousands of teachers, school nurses and counselors, parents, students and community members marched from City Hall to the United Teachers of
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On Monday morning, long-time professional driver Douglas Schifter drove to City Hall and shot himself. Brother Schifter took his life out of desperation, but also out of protest. His suicide note is an articulate condemnation of the social crisis in New York and the blood-sucking corporate and political interests that prioritize profit over people. A vigil was held for Schifter at City Hall on
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Last Thursday, the House of Representatives passed legislation that will, once signed into law, set one of the highest caps ever on the discretionary budget for the Pentagon and related programs. The Democratic Party that now controls the House voted by a vast majority in favor of the bill, and, remarkably, so did Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Rashida Tlaib. Pelosi and AOC after a meeting on July
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Down with the racist laws of US imperialism Declaration by the Fracción Trotskista – Cuarta Internacional For the unity of the working class, all support to immigrants in the US! Imperialism, get out of Latin America! The mobilizations of more than a million people in the US, centered in Los Angeles (California) put the problem of illegal immigration on the agenda. These mobilizations, until n
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The Democratic debates this week offered a new episode in the race for the nomination. If the first round of debates was marked by camaraderie and cautious avoidance of open confrontations, this time, and particularly on Wednesday, we saw candidates increasingly attacking each other. Whereas on Tuesday, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren formed a sort of “progressive united front,” taking hits
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Former governor of Virginia found guilty on Corruption Charges By Nick Barrickman 10 September 2014 Former Republican governor of Virginia Robert F. McDonnell and his wife Maureen were found guilty September 4 of 20 felony counts of corruption, conspiracy and fraud. A federal court jury found they used the governor’s office to obtain payoffs from a multimillionaire business crony. McDonnell is
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California Gig Workers Win Historic Victory: Now It’s Time To Nationalize Big Tech Companies like Uber, Lyft, and Doordash claim their millions of workers are “independent contractors,” but that’s really just an excuse to pay them less. Now these workers have won an important victory: In California, they will now be considered employees. The bill was signed into law today. But this is only the b
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U.S. politics are being continually redefined. What are the implications of a changing South for building the Left? The post-midterm 2018 news cycle is dominated by two types of stories about the rising Democratic superstars. The first are insurgent campaigns like those of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Ilhan Omar which seek to revitalize the Democratic Party by making its platform more progressiv
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On September 22, NATO jets scrambled to intercept Russian bombers on maneuver over the airspace of Norway, the United Kingdom, France, and Spain. This was only one of a series of incidents between Russian and NATO planes going back to November 2015. Since Russia’s annexation of Crimea in 2014, hostilities with the US-led coalition have increased. A brief period of military cooperation in Syria wa
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Black Lives Matter activists in Chicago have announced that they will hold a major demonstration on Christmas Eve in protest of the police killing of Laquan McDonald and the subsequent cover-up by police, city officials, and Mayor Rahm Emanuel. The protest, dubbed “Black Xmas,” aims to directly hit corporate profits on one of the busiest shopping days of the year. Protests have taken place on a
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Republicans Invite “Guest Workers” To Further Exploitation A new bill proposed by the GOP attempts to revise H-2A visas and make massive cuts to salaries, workers’ right to housing, and other rights. Representative Bob Goodlatte (R-Va), Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, has presented the Agricultural Guestworkers Act in an attempt to reform the system that regulates the H-2A visa for a
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Some of the caravans of more than 13,000 migrants are waiting in camps in Tijuana, and others are making their way to the border. A new migrant caravan has already been announced, but the Mexican government is adhering to the United States’ mandates like a servile army as they punish the migrants and treat them as criminals with detentions and deportations. The National Institute of Migration (I
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The Reclaim Pride Coalition rejects corporate co-optation, denounces imperialism and state violence, and seeks to center the most marginalized in our community. They are calling a Queer Liberation March this Sunday. Left Voice spoke with Colin Ashley. What is Reclaim Pride? Reclaim Pride is a coalition of groups and activists who for the last few years have been working to reclaim Pride by remo
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The strike has led to Costa Rica’s largest mobilizations in years, and it has left the government isolated and on the defensive, even from its own supporters in the National Assembly. The strike, called by a coalition that includes teachers and the workers at the Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad (I.C.E.), is set to last indefinitely. Hundreds of thousands of workers have taken to the stre
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