Sunday, 29 March , 2020

Privatizations

Boris Johnson facing growing rebellion over BBC suggestions

By Marcus Barnett February 18, 2020 NUMBER 10 denied wanting to scrap “all licence fees” today as Tory MPs rebelled over Boris Johnson’s “vendetta” against...

France Télécom suicides: Three former bosses jailed

20 December 2019 The ex-boss of France Télécom and two former executives have been jailed over a restructuring policy linked to suicides among employees in...

L’eau et les nouvelles puissances coloniales. Un conte de plusieurs villes

Par Franklin Frederick Le 14 novembre, le groupe canadien Wellington Water Watchers a organiséla conférence "AllEyeson Nestlé" dans la ville de Guelph, en Ontario, réunissant...

Nestlé: Multinationals as the New Colonial Powers. A tale of Many...

By Franklin Frederick On November 14th the Canadian group Wellington Water Watchers organized the «All Eyes on Nestlé» conference in the city of Guelph, Ontario,...

PM refuses to look at picture of boy forced to sleep...

By Peter Walker Dec. 9, 2019 Boris Johnson has been accused of not caring after he repeatedly refused during a TV interview to look at a...

Ukraine government announces large-scale privatizations, threatening mass layoffs

By Jason Melanovski 3 October 2019 While the government of Ukrainian President Volodomyr Zelensky has become embroiled in a political crisis between President Donald Trump...

Israeli spy firm reportedly targeted researchers probing hacks of dissidents

Black Cube, which aided Harvey Weinstein, targeted six people connected to lawsuits against the Israeli hacking firm NSO Group, say new reports. By DJ Pangburn 02.13.19 The...

Ukania’s Great Privatization Heist

by Kenneth Surin March 20, 2019 Margaret Thatcher was very good at telling tall tales. Ukania’s tragedy is that far too many Brits fell for these tales. Probably...

German Debt and Greek Debt. Forgiving Nazism, punishing those who resisted

Why the 1953 cancellation of German debt won’t be reproduced for Greece and Developing Countries by Eric Toussaint 27 February 2019 From 27 February 1953...

Pourquoi l’annulation de la dette allemande de 1953 n’est pas reproductible...

par Eric Toussaint 26 février, 2019 L’Allemagne a bénéficié à partir du 27 février 1953 d’une annulation de la plus grande partie de sa dette....