Tag: Richard Nixon
Le Origini Politico-razziste della Guerra alla Droga
Di James C. Wilson. Originale pubblicato il 17 aprile 2016 con il titolo The Racist and Politically Motivated Origins of the War on Drugs. Traduzione di Enrico Sanna. In primo piano questo mese su Harper’s Magazine, Dan Baum racconta una sua conversazione con l’ex consigliere per la politica interna di Nixon John Ehrlichman, condannato come…
Mussolini or Nixon? Don’t Bother Voting. Prepare to Resist
The next President of the United States will be one of the worst. If September 11th was a gunshot that allowed the Bush Administration to take off sprinting, the Obama administration grabbed the baton and charged forward even faster. No one spends years pursuing political power only to walk into the Oval Office and suddenly…
The Racist and Politically Motivated Origins of the War on Drugs
In the cover story of this month’s Harper’s Magazine, author Dan Baum recounts a conversation he had with former Nixon domestic affairs adviser and convicted Watergate co-conspirator John Ehrlichman. Baum states that in 1994, Ehrlichman told him that the Nixon Administration started the War on Drugs as an attack on black Americans and anti-war protesters….
Henry Kissinger on Trial
The Trial of Henry Kissinger by Christopher Hitchens (2001) Christopher Hitchens’s 2001 book, The Trial of Henry Kissinger, has become strangely relevant this month as Richard Nixon’s former Secretary of State finds himself in the news. Kissinger’s rediscovered relevancy began when Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton bragged that she “was very flattered when Henry Kissinger said…
We Need More Treason, Not Less on Feed 44
C4SS Feed 44 presents Kevin Carson‘s “We Need More Treason, Not Less” read by Mike Godzina and edited by Nick Ford. Let’s get something straight: The American state is and always has been, regardless of the political party controlling it, the executive committee of the propertied classes who use the state to extract rents from…
We Need More Treason, Not Less
One of the more disturbing trends on the American Center-Left (which sees itself, entirely without justification, as “the Left”) is the increasing popularity of the right-wingers as “seditionists” or “traitors” meme. The most notable recent example, in the wake of the racially-motivated massacre in Charleston, is the identification of the Confederate battle flag with “treason.”…
The Weekly Libertarian Leftist And Chess Review 43
George H. Smith’s series on social laws is now on its third part. Patrick Cockburn discusses the end of Iraq. Cesar Chelala discusses war crimes in Iraq and Syria. John Marciano discusses Obama’s response to the torture scandal. Doug Bandow discusses the recent U.S. military action in Iraq. Jay Stephenson discusses how network television presents…
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