Daily Archives: 2021-12-12

2021-12-12: News Headlines

_____ (2021-12-12). Another Bloody Day Under the Biden Immigration Regime. strategic-culture.org Sadly, I don't mean "bloody" in the informal British sense. | By Bradley DEVLIN | America's current immigration regime, created and willed into being by our elites, simply manned at the moment by the Biden administration, finds itself morally responsible for yet another tragedy. | A thought that might jump into someone's mind is the conditions in migrant detention facilities have led to an untold number of deaths. Substitute "Biden" for "Trump" in that first sentence, and it sounds exactly like allegations you heard hurled at the Trump administration from 2018 on. (Remember "kids in cages"?) But, while conditions…

_____ (2021-12-11). Assange Plans To Appeal High Court Decision Backing Extradition. popularresistance.org Attorneys for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange plan to appeal to the Supreme Court in the United Kingdom after the country's appeals court overturned a decision that blocked the extradition of Assange to the United States. | The High Court of Justice was "satisfied" with diplomatic assurances offered by the U.S. government related to how Assange would be treated in jail or prison, and they stated, "There is no reason why this court should not accept the assurances as meaning what they say." | "There is no basis for assuming that the U.S.A. has not given the assurances in good faith," the High Court also insisted.

Binoy Kampmark (2021-12-11). Journalism, Assange and Reversal in the High Court. dissidentvoice.org British justice is advertised by its proponents as upright, historically different to the savages upon which it sought to civilise, and apparently fair. Such outrages as the unjust convictions of the Guilford Four and Maguire Seven, both having served time in prison for terrorist offences they did not commit, are treated as blemishes. In recent …

Judy Greenspan (2021-12-11). No compassion, no release in California prisons. workers.org Oakland, Calif. Dec. 5 — The California prison system continues to outdo itself in reckless and inhumane treatment of incarcerated people. COVID rates are spiking again in the state's prisons, due to continued policies of mass incarceration. A recent court decision has severely gutted the state's medical parole process. Now . . . |

Naomi Oreskes, Jeff Nesbit (2021-12-11). Big Oil's new strategy: Profit today, fight again tomorrow. nationofchange.org Despite countless investigations, lawsuits, social shaming, and regulations dating back decades, the oil and gas industry remains formidable.

Andrew Emett (2021-12-11). Former DEA agent sentenced to 12yrs in federal prison. nationofchange.org "While his actions represent an egregious breach of the public trust, they are in no way a reflection of the overwhelming majority of special agents who serve with honor and integrity."

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