How Wall Street Finances the Battle against Neoliberalism?

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Today I read an interesting article referring to Mexico on how neoliberal economists through the application of “strong IMF economic medicine” contributed to “wreaking  havoc” on the global poor while “protecting the financial elites”.

And then I arrived at the …

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DRC: Fayulu asks int'l community to reject Top Court ruling, declares himself legit president

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Martin Fayulu, an opposition leader in the Democratic Republic of Congo declared himself as the only legitimate president of the country on Sunday.

‘‘I now consider myself the only legitimate president of the Democratic Republic of the Congo,’‘ Fayulu said following a ruling by the Constitutional Court confirming Felix Tshisekedi as winner of the December 30 polls.

“ The Constitutional Court has once again confirmed that, like the CENI, it is at the service of a dictatorial individual. It is neither more nor less a constitutional coup d’etat, because it brings to the supreme magistracy a non-elected “, Fayulu said.

Fayulu asked the International community not to accept the verdict by the country’s Constitutional Court.

“I ask, moreover, to the whole of the international community not to recognize a power which has not neither legitimacy nor legal standing to represent the Congolese people “, he said.

Martin Fayulu also called on the Congolese people to organize peaceful protest across the country to protest against the ruling by the Constitutional Court.

Fayulu petitioned DRC’s Constitutional Court on Saturday January 12 to challenge results that declared another opposition leader, Felix Tshisekedi as winner of a delayed presidential election.



DR Congo Top Court upholds Tshisekedi presidential election win

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The Constitutional Court of the Democratic Republic of the Congo confirmed Felix Tshisekedi’s presidential election win on Sunday while dismissing a challenge from another opposition leader Martin Fayulu who had accused him and the ruling party of stitching up the result.

The Court “proclaims by a simple majority Félix Tshilombo Tshisekedi President-elect of the Democratic Republic of Congo”, said the institution’s President, Benoît Lwambwa Bindu.

With this announcement, Tshisekedi becomes the fifth President of the Democratic Republic of Congo since independence on June 30, 1960.

Tshisekedi is to succeed the outgoing Head of State Joseph Kabila, who has been in power since the murder of his father Laurent-Désiré Kabila 18 years ago on January 16, 2001.

This is the first time that power has been passed peacefully from one man to another in this turbulent country’s history.

Tshisekedi’s swearing-in is scheduled for Tuesday, January 22, according to the latest calendar of the National Independent Electoral Commission (Céni).

Tshisekedi, 55, is the son of the historic opponent Etienne Tshisekedi, who died on February 1 2017 in Brussels. He succeeded his father as head of the Union for Democracy and Social Progress (UDPS).

Tshisekedi will have to work with a Prime Minister from the current pro-Kabila party, who obtained a vast majority in the National Assembly according to the Electoral Commission.



technology expert claims Humans will download their SOULS onto microchips so they can ‘live FOREVER’

14 hours 15 minutes ago

Richard Skellett, a founder of Digital Anthropologist and an expert for Future of Work, has warned of a future in which British workers have chips inserted underneath their skin.The process has already been trialled with company BioTeq fitting 150 implants in the UK.


Journalist Given Six Months in Prison for Organizing Yellow Vests Protest on Facebook

14 hours 15 minutes ago

As the Yellow Vests gear up for their tenth consecutive week of protests, dubbed “Act X” by the grassroots social movement, President Emmanuel Macron’s government appears to be raising the stakes of repression in an attempt to quell protests and chill French constitutional guarantees of free speech.


Smithsonian map shows US Military operating in over 40% of world's countries

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Less than a month after the September 11 terrorist attacks on the United States, U.S. troops—with support from British, Canadian, French, German and Australian forces—invaded Afghanistan to fight Al Qaeda and the Taliban. More than 17 years later, the Global War on Terrorism initiated by President George W. Bush is truly global, with Americans actively engaged in countering terrorism in 80 nations on six continents.

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