Ontario’s Radical Sex Ed Curriculum

CLC has studied the 2015 proposed curriculum and we have found that the controversial elements of the program that angered parents in 2010 have remained unchanged, word for word, at the same age-inappropriate grade levels as before, when it was written under the direction of confessed child pornographer Benjamin Levin, then Deputy Education Minister.  The…

90th Birthday Tribute: Lessons From the Legacy of Malcolm X

90th Birthday Tribute: Lessons From the Legacy of Malcolm X 45 years after his assassination the national question and the oppression of Muslims remained major issues of struggle by Abayomi Azikiwe Editor, Pan-African News Wire Editor’s Note: This article written in 2010 is now being reprinted in honor of the 90th anniversary of the birth…

Eugenics and the Nazis — the California connection ~ Edwin Black

Op/Ed 2008 The concept of a white, blond-haired, blue-eyed master Nordic race didn’t originate with Hitler. The idea was created in the United States, and cultivated in California, decades before Hitler came to power. California eugenicists played an important, although little-known, role in the American eugenics movement’s campaign for ethnic cleansing. Eugenics was the pseudoscience…

The Year US-led Capitalism Became Exposed as Root of Global Conflict

Finian Cunningham (SCF) : Historians may look back on 2014 as a defining watershed in geopolitical events, the year when the limit of American power was exposed as a waning entity and the contemporary root of global conflict. It was the centennial anniversary of the First World War when Great Powers back then were similarly…

Freedom Rider: Ferguson’s Reckoning for Obama

by BAR editor and senior columnist Margaret Kimberley “Ferguson signifies the end of the age of Obama. It is a very sad end.” – Cornel West “For Wilson to publicly say that he would kill Brown again is too much for a grieving people to bear.” For nearly six years black Americans have supported President…

Mexican Government Denies 31 Other Students Are Missing

The Office of the National Commissioner said that the school has no reports of missing students. ~ By Telesur Forensic examiners during an operation to look for human remains in the forested mountains outside Cocula on October. (Photo: Reuters) Hours after reports that 31 students from Cocula, in the southern Mexican state of Guerrero, had been abducted by a criminal…

BRICS’ Brazil President Next Washington Target

Brazil’s newly re-elected President, Dilma Rousseff, survived a massive US State Department disinformation campaign to win a runoff vote against US-backed Aecio Neves on October 26. However it is already clear that Washington has opened a new assault on one of the key leaders of the non-aligned BRICS group of emerging economies—Brazil, Russia, India, China,…

Obamacare Causes Health Premiums to Nearly Double Among America’s Young Adults ~ By Ethan A. Huff

The true “affordability” of Obamacare has been called into question by a new study, which found that average premium costs across the board have skyrocketed from what they were before the unconstitutional tax dubbed “healthcare reform” became law in 2010. The health insurance aggregate site HealthPocket found that, among three different non-smoking age groups, 23,…

Monsanto’s GMO Creations Caused 291,000 Suicides in India

Indian Farmers Facing Debt, Reliance on GMOs ~ By Mike Barrett It is no secret that Monsanto is making life difficult for countless farmers in America with its parented seeds. After all, the biotech giant has already filed 145 lawsuits, or on average about 9 lawsuits every year for 16 straight years, against farmers who have “improperly reused their patented seeds.” But did you know…

Empire or Republic: Imperial Wars, Scaremongering and the Ebola Epidemic

“You Can’t Have Wars and Public Health” ~ By Prof. James Petras Washington escalates its military interventions abroad, launching simultaneous air and ground attacks in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan; multiplying drone attacks in Pakistan, Yemen and Somalia; training, arming and financing proxy mercenaries in Jordan, the Gulf States and Iraq; and dispatching National Guard battalions to…

Abdollahian to Al-Ahed: West Bank Will Soon Become a Resistance Center Like Gaza

Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister for Arab and African Affairs, Hossein Amir Abdollahian, stressed that, “The most significant intelligence apparatus that played a role in founding and supporting the [the so-called] “Daesh” [“ISIL”] organization was the “Israeli” Mossad and there is a lot of evidence proving that.” “The leaders and members of that terrorist group are…

Scrapping Japan’s Pacifist Constitution? Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s Ongoing Militarization Campaign

By Saul Takahashi The efforts of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to change Japan’s pacifist Constitution has received much attention overseas. This attention is very justified, and one hopes it will continue. However, most foreign media outlets fail to convey just how dramatically, and how rapidly, the public debate in Japan is heading in the…

For Moment, the World Embraces the Cuba Model – and Slaps the Empire ~ by Glen Ford

“For Cuba, service to oppressed and exploited peoples is a revolutionary act of the highest moral caliber.”   Revolutionary Cuba has always been a miracle and gift to all humankind. This week, the nations of the world – with two savage exceptions – instructed their emissaries at the UN General Assembly to tell the world’s…

Freedom Rider: The World Must Judge America’s Human Rights Abuses ~ by Margaret Kimberley

“If Eric Holder doesn’t prosecute Michael Brown’s killer any resulting violence ought to be called the Barack Obama Riots.”   Black people in this country are brutalized by police on a daily basis. That has always been true but thanks to modern technology there is a steady stream of proof caught on video. Accessing the…

“Economic Genocide” in Latin America: The Unspoken Legacy of Wall Street and the IMF

United Nations General Assembly, September 24, 2014: Argentina’s President Fernandez de Kirchner Denounces Economic Terrorism By Carla Stea Dazzling and supremely erudite, Argentina’s President Cristina Fernandez Kirchner denounced as terrorism the economic policies that have been strangling the developing world during the past century, and are continuing these criminal actions today, the legacy of Milton…

Suspicious Canada Shooting Triggers ‘Minority Report’ Pre-Crime Plans for ‘Preventive Arrests’ ~ Melissa Melton

The Daily Sheeple 24 October 2014   On Wednesday, just two days after a “radicalized” man ran over two Canadian soldiers in a mall parking lot, a gunmen opened fire at Canada’s National War Memorial and at Parliament Hill, killing one soldier and wounding a security guard. He was later killed by an armed guard.…

Police Repression in Haiti: Thousands March Demanding President Martelly’s Resignation – Hundreds Faint from Tear Gas

Martelly Dances on Dessalines’ Grave By Thomas Péralte and Kim Ives On Oct. 17, the 208th anniversary of the assassination of Haiti’s founding father Jean-Jacques Dessalines, tens of thousands of demonstrators took to Haiti’s streets, once again, to demand the unconditional resignation of President Michel Joseph Martelly. In an effort to undercut the protest, Martelly…

The Ethnic Cleansing of Historically Black Colleges and Universities in the Age of Obama: How HBCUs are Turning White

By Dr. Jahi Issa Dr. Issa wrote Part One of this article for the September 6, 2011, issue of Black Agenda Report, when he was an assistant professor of history and Africana Studies at Delaware State University, in Dover, an historically Black institution that becomes less Black each year. Dr. Issa planned to quickly follow…

Gough Whitlam and the Forgotten Coup: How America and Britain Crushed the Government of Their ‘Ally’, Australia

By John Pilger   Across the political and media elite in Australia, a silence has descended on the memory of the great, reforming prime minister Gough Whitlam, who has died. His achievements are recognised, if grudgingly, his mistakes noted in false sorrow. But a critical reason for his extraordinary political demise will, they hope, be…

The GMO Biotech Lobby’s Emotional Blackmail and Bogus Claims: Monsanto’s Genetically Modified Crops Will Not Feed The World

By Colin Todhunter “There are 7.2 billion people on the planet. There will be 9.6 billion by 2050. The demand for food will double… [Using GM food and data science is] the only thing that will enable us to feed the planet without encroaching on the forests and wetlands….This represents a business opportunity, but from…

Factory Farming Is the Overlooked Enemy of a Healthy Environment

By Wayne Pacelle Straight to the Source For related articles and more information, please visit OCA’s CAFO’s vs. Free Range page and our Environment and Climate Resource Center page. Protests, such as this one on Wall Street Tuesday, are only part of the climate activism. Addressing animal agriculture is equally crucial. (Bryan Thomas/Getty) World leaders…

IDF Givati Commander on Goldin’s Capture: Prefered a Dead Soldier to Live One ~ by RICHARD SILVERSTEIN

Ynet published an astonishing interview with several commanders of the Givati brigade, whose unit lost three soldiers during a Hamas ambush in which Hadar Goldin was captured (perhaps after he’d already died). The interview gives some of the clearest admissions yet that the IDF explicitly commands its officer to kill soldiers captured by the enemy…

Muslim Exodus Threatens Food Crisis in the Central African Republic

A displaced person’s camp in the Central African Republic. The food security crisis will worsen with the fleeing of Muslim traders., a photo by Pan-African News Wire File Photoson Flickr. Muslim exodus threatens food crisis in Central African Republic Tue, Feb 11 2014 By Media Coulibaly BANGUI (Reuters) – An exodus of Muslim traders fleeing attacks…

What Should it Mean to be Haitian in 2014

by Pascal Robert The white colonialists have never forgiven Haitians for the revolution of 1804, the first successful revolt against white supremacy. “The slander and degradation against us about our poverty, alleged political incompetence, and poor educational infrastructure is tied to the persistent desire of our historical enemies to wipe our revolution from our minds…

Freedom Rider: Richard Sherman and America’s Sickness

by BAR editor and senior columnist Margaret Kimberley White NFL fans blow hot and cold when it comes to their feelings about Black players. Idolatry turned quickly to hate when Richard Sherman forgot his “place.” The psycho-fanatic twitter mob “called Sherman a nigger, a thug, a gorilla, and a porch monkey who ought to be…

Iz the End of Marijuana Prohibition the End of the War On Drugz? Probably Not.

A Black Agenda Radio Commentary by BAR managing editor Bruce A. Dixon What if policymakers wanted to make marijuana safe for taxation and corporate profit, but needed to make sure legalization didn’t produce new jobs and economic opportunities for poor and working class communities, or make them lay off any cops and judges, or have…

Bashar Assad says not concerned by West’s draft resolution submitted to UN

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad  Syrian President Bashar al-Assad says he is ‘not concerned’ about a draft resolution submitted by the United States, France and the UK to the UN Security Council to place Syrian chemical weapons under international control. On September 14, Russia and the United States agreed on a deal under which Syria must…

Italy 1947-1948: Free elections: Hollywood style ~ Killing Hope

“Those who do not believe in the ideology of the United States, shall not be allowed to stay in the United States,” declared the American Attorney General, Tom Clark, in January 1948.{1} In March, the Justice Department, over which Clark presided, determined that Italians who did not believe in the ideology of the United States…

Brutal: Cops Attack Woman for Playing Banjo at Protest

by Jason Louv   Iraq War veteran attacked and arrested by Philadelphia police at Syria protest for… playing the banjo – See more at: http://www.ultraculture.org/brutal-cops-attack-woman-playing-banjo-protest/#sthash.gt8QNrQa.dpuf Labor Day weekend saw nation-wide protest against the proposed US military strike on Syria. But for Emily Yates, a peaceful protester—and Iraq war veteran—who brought her banjo to the protest…