Daily Archives: May 7, 2018

Karl Marx as Activist

by Kevin Zeese – Margaret Flowers

In 1848, Marx wrote, “philosophers have only interpreted the world, in various ways; the point, however, is to change it.”

On this 200th anniversary of the birth of Karl Marx we focus on Marx as a political activist, rather than what he is best known for, an economist and philosopher who wrote some of the most important analyses explaining capitalism and putting forward an alternative economic model.

Ukraine | Georgian Mercenaries Speak up: Poroshenko Financed May 2, 2014 Odessa Massacre

by Lada Ray

May 2, 2014 was the day that broke the back of the resistance against Kiev junta all over Eastern and Southern Ukraine, the day that set the clock of history back by years.

On May 2, 2018 we are marking the 4th anniversary of the brutal and horrific massacre of dozens (by some data hundreds) of Odessa citizens by what appeared to be Ukrainian nationalists. However the new evidence and eye witnesses presented in the new documentary tell a story of conspiracy on the highest levels of power. According to Georgian mercenaries, they were hired (together with Ukrainian Nazis) to set fire and leave. These were their strict orders.

South Korea | US, China in talks over THAAD withdrawal

By Na Jeong-ju, Yi Whan-woo

The U.S. and China are discussing a possible withdrawal of a U.S. missile defense system from South Korea as part of a grand bargain over North Korea’s nuclear program, multiple sources familiar with the talks said.

The Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system, deployed in South Korea last year, has been a bone of contention with China. China has doubted U.S. claims that the system has the sole purpose of destroying missiles from North Korea, insisting its covert mission is to spy on Chinese airspace.