Monthly Archives: January 2019

VENEZUELA AND WHAT MEDIA DON’T TELL YOU

Human Rights lawyer Daniel Kovalik tells of his recent trip to Venezuela as part of the international electoral accompaniment mission.
“I just returned from observing my fourth election in Venezuela in less than a year. Jimmy Carter has called Venezuela’s electoral system “the best in the world,” and what I witnessed was an inspiring process that guarantees one person, one vote, and includes multiple auditing procedures to ensure a free and fair election. 

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FACEBOOK CHEATING ADVERTISERS WITH FAKE STATISTICS

As bad as things have been for Facebook since the Cambridge Analytica scandal broke one year ago, one team of researchers, led by a former colleague of Mark Zuckerberg at Harvard who created one of the original Facebook prototypes, thinks the reality of the company’s circumstances is even more calamitous than investors and advertisers realise.

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ETHNO-NATIONALIST SCHOOL OPENS IN FRANCE

In harmony with the pull of populism sweeping across awakening Europe successful political leaders in touch with the peoples’ press forward with new initiatives.

As French President Emmanuel Macron confronts the growing anti-globalist white and blue collar working for classes, a nationalist school has opened right under his nose.  In Western France, Marion Marechal is starting her own graduate school in September.  She envisions training students of anti-establishment, anti-European French leaders.

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NATIONALIST ITALY AT WAR WITH FRENCH GLOBALISM

The latest ruckus adds to tensions between the Italian authorities and France, which have on several occasions clashed over the issue of refugees and illegal migration in recent months. Italy’s Ambassador to France Teresa Castaldo was summoned on Monday by European Affairs Minister Nathalie Loiseau’s chief of staff after Deputy Prime Minister Luigi Di Maio accused Paris of being responsible for the migrant crisis, according to a French diplomatic source.

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