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America’s Prison Industrial Complex Explained

This was always going to be the one bi-partisan issue over the last 10 years that was supposed to in for a major reformation. The mass overcrowding of America's prison population, Republicans admitted it was a massive problem for tax payers and Democrats hollered about non-violent offenders including: Drug addicts, dealers and other low level criminals needing rehabilitation instead of hard time. Biden promised over and over again during his
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Bush-Era War Criminals

Bush-Era War Criminals Are Louder Than Ever Because They’ve Lost The Argument After the US troop withdrawal established conclusively that the Afghan “government” they’d spent twenty years pretending to nation build with was essentially a work of fiction, thus proving to the world that they’ve been lying to us this entire time about the facts on the ground in Afghanistan, you might expect those who helped pave the way for that disastrous occupation
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Mind Plague 6: Kate’s Garrotte

We are fighting an asymmetric comms war – a war which, if lost, jeopardises not only the fabric of our society but the eco-systems on which all complex life depend. Dangerous Globe is featuring a series of ‘short conversations’ by Luke Andreski, looking at the weapons we need if we are to win this war. Luke began the series by looking at weapons of defence: a shield of values, a
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Twenty Years of Purgatory in Afghanistan

The date was October 7th 2001 (date courtesy of history.com), major United States cities of New York and Washington were still paralyzed with despondency less than a month after the worst terrorist attacks ever on American soil. The Bush administration along with an impressive coalition including: the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and even support from surprising new "allies" Russia and Iran( www.nato.int) invaded the Taliban/Al Qaeda despotic regime that were
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True Progressive America, Forever a Pipe Dream

How has the jewel of Democracy, the envy of most every other country in the world arrived at the point it is today? Income inequality has never been as prevalent as it is now, and certainly not what our founding fathers envisioned 240 plus years ago. From the late 1940's through the late 1990's the middle class were the backbone of a truly successful democracy but more recently they have
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Mind Plague 5: Chaplin’s Stiletto

In the early decades of the 21st Century humanity faces a pandemic of lies, jeopardising the fabric of our society and the environment on which we depend. Dangerous Globe is featuring a series of ‘short conversations’ by Luke Andreski, looking at the weapons we need if we are to overcome our disinformation pandemic. Having looked at weapons of defence, Luke now turns his attention to weapons of attack.   The
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Labours Assassins

THE LABOUR PARTY, HOW WE GOT HERE IN 2021 AND WHY:   AUG 2016: "BLAIRITES RAISE £250,000 WAR CHEST TO FIGHT CORBYN" "Anti-Corbyn Labour officials worked to lose general election to oust leader, leaked dossier finds" Blairites raise £250,000 war chest to fight Corbyn “A group of leading Blairite figures has raised a war chest of more than £250,000 to battle against Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour leader. Labour Tomorrow was
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Mind Plague 4: The Socrates Bomb

In the early decades of the 21st Century humanity faces a pandemic of lies, jeopardising the fabric of our society and the environment on which we depend. Dangerous Globe is featuring a series of ‘short conversations’ by Luke Andreski, looking at the weapons we need if we are to overcome our disinformation pandemic. Having looked at weapons of defence, Luke now turns his attention to weapons of attack.   Shrapnel
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Capitalism and our essential needs

We spend a lot of time arguing about the way to achieve a world where everyone has their fundamental needs met but what we can surely agree on is what those basic needs are. We need a planet which can sustain life via breathable air, liveable temperatures, water we can drink, food we can eat and weather that doesn’t kill us all. We need adequate shelter against the weather/climate, we