Monthly Archives: August 2017

two stories on the political economy of the CIA

Story 1:   Kevin Shipp talks about the CIA:   Story 2: Silk Way Airlines Smuggles Weapons on Diplomatic Flights Posted on July 4, 2017 by Denise Simon

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One person’s hate speech is another person’s siren song: The next phase of Operation Mockingbird (plus an off-topic postscript about trial by jury)

The history of Operation Mockingbird is probably somewhat familiar to most readers already. Here is a modern-day take on it:

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if the antifa chant “George Soros, where’s our money?” does that mean they admit to being on Soros’ payroll?

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Financialized corporate governance might kill us all

Corporate finance textbooks describe shareholders as the owners of a corporation and teach future managers how to create “shareholder value.” Increasing shareholder value is generally seen synonymous with increasing “shareholder wealth” as measured by the market value of their shares. … Continue reading

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Facebook advertises human smuggling operations to get Arabs into Europe

Facebook is hosting people smuggling advertisements, with gangs offering to take migrants to Europe and America, make them fake passports, and traffic them across the European Union (EU).   A large number of public posts exist on the platform, often … Continue reading

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