Overpopulation Fuels Climate Change: Breeding Ourselves to Extinction
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  By Dady Chery and Gilbert Mercier Haiti Chery The United Nations has held countless major meetings on climate change, at great consumption of fuel, that have amounted to nothing but reports and promises of more talk. After many of … Continue reading

GDP, Money and the World Cup
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By Gilbert Mercier and Dady Chery Haiti Chery No. It’s not only a game. The World Cup is about money. Lots of it. Quite apart from the $15 billion that Brazil spent “pacifying” the favelas and building stadiums in preparation … Continue reading

Racism and Discrimination: More About Poverty than Race
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  Dady Chery Haiti Chery Only a story about race, sex and money could have displaced from the headlines the sabre rattling from the United States, European Union, and Russia that had, for weeks, promised a bloodbath in Ukraine and … Continue reading

The United States’ Obscene Wealth Inequality
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  By Gilbert Mercier and Dady Chery Haiti Chery In the past 33 years, the United States has become a study in blatant and obscene contrasts between the rich and poor. Although FDR’s New Deal helped to lift the country … Continue reading

Life on $2 a Day: US Extreme Poverty on the Rise
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  By Dady Chery and Gilbert Mercier Haiti Chery A fast-growing group of people in the United States, households with children, are living on $2.00 or less per person per day. This shocking condition in a wealthy country such as … Continue reading

Time Is Not Money, and Cash Doesn’t Talk
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  By Dady Chery and Gilbert Mercier Haiti Chery The expression “time is money” was coined by Benjamin Franklin. It is a relatively new saying, among countless others, that represents the rot that started to eat at the core of … Continue reading

Dying by Degrees from Climate Change
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By Dady Chery, Haiti Chery | News Junkie Post. The End Age for humanity is not a date known to man, but a point of no return from climate change. Are we there now, as the Hopi and Mayans have predicted? Is there time left to us and, if so, how long?

Revealed – the Capitalist Network that Runs the World


By Andy Coghlan and Debora MacKenzie, New Scientist. An analysis of the relationships between 43,000 transnational corporations has identified a relatively small group of companies, mainly banks, with disproportionate power over the global economy.

The Humanitarian Myth

By Richard Seymour, Socialist Worker. Within days of Haiti suffering an earthquake registering 7.0 on the Richter scale, the U.S. government had sent thousands of 82nd Airborne troops and Marines, alongside the super-carrier USS Carl Vinson. “We are there for the long term.” – Alejandro Wolff, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations.