Category Archive: Quotes and Links

Jan 28

Follow your convictions – this could be the end of the politics of fear | George Monbiot | Comment is free | The Guardian

http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/jan/28/convictions-politics-fear-syriza-podemos-snp-green

Jan 27

Article: Greek Voters Have Tossed a Grenade

Greek Voters Have Tossed a Grenade http://www.counterpunch.org/2015/01/27/greek-voters-have-tossed-a-grenade/

Jan 27

Undernews: The hidden role of blackmail in Washington

http://prorevnews.blogspot.com/2015/01/the-hidden-role-of-blackmail-in.html

Jan 27

Put a Name to the 80 People Who Own Half of the World’s Wealth – Truthdig

http://www.truthdig.com/eartotheground/item/put_a_name_to_the_80_people_who_own_half_of_the_worlds_wealth_20150127

Jan 26

Hey Troika, Keep Calm And Go To Hell

Keel Calm And Go To Hell Troika

I love this sign that was seen in the recent Greek elections, it reflects my sentiments exactly! m4s0n501

Jan 25

ZCommunications » Obama’s Reaction to the Deaths of King Abdullah and Hugo Chávez

https://zcomm.org/znetarticle/obamas-reaction-to-the-deaths-of-king-abdullah-and-hugo-chavez/

Jan 25

How the CIA made Google – disinformation

http://disinfo.com/2015/01/cia-made-google/

Jan 25

Article: Does our money-obsessed world really make us happy?

Does our money-obsessed world really make us happy? http://newint.org/blog/2015/01/22/capitalism-happiness/

Jan 25

The Guardian view on the Greek election: a new deal for a new era | Editorial | Comment is free | The Guardian

Amid torrents of speculation about the meaning of the Greek result, the one certainty is that Syriza’s victory marks a historic refusal by Greeks to continue with the austerity to which they reluctantly assented in return for the €240bn bailouts of 2010 and 2012. Those bailout terms were due to be assessed next month any …

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Jan 25

Article: The Observer view on the Greek elections

There are limits to humiliation. Barring an extraordinary upset, Syriza, a radical leftwing party previously confined to the political margins, will win Sunday’s Greek general election. Last-minute opinion polls gave Syriza a lead of between 4% and 6% over the ruling New Democracy party of prime minister, Antonis Samaras. Its youthful leader, Alexis Tsipras, may …

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