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Race and Neoliberalism
  • Zaid Jilani: 95% of Police Killings in 2015 Occurred in Neighbourhoods With Incomes Under $100,000 (8-Jul-2015)
  • It’s Not Just the Drug War - An Interview with Marie Gottschalk (Mar-2013)
  • Review of Marie Gottschalk - Caught: The Prison State (2015)
  • Huey P Newton 1968 Interview with The Movement Magazine from Jail After Police Killed Black Panther Members (21-Feb-2018)
  • This interview took place in 1968 while Huey Newton was in jail, after police killed several members
  • Adolph Reed Jr: Tokens of the White Left (14-May-2020)
  • Adolph Reed Jr: How Racial Disparity Does Not Help Make Sense of Patterns of Police Violence (16-Sept-2016)
  • "[The urge to aggressive (violent) policing emerges from an] imperative to contain and suppress the pockets of economically marginal and sub-employed working class populations produced by revanchist capitalism."
  • What Materialist Black Political History Actually Looks Like (8-Jan-2019)
  • "[#BLM/race-only perspective is] a demand that we not pay attention to the deeper roots of the pattern of police violence in enforcement of the neoliberal regime of sharply regressive upward redistribution and its social entailments."
  • Cancel by Plutocracy Suckering Honest Left-Radicals: Black Political Statements Across Time (NYU 2021)
  • M4BL: Vision for Black Lives
  • Black Lives Matters activists outline policy goals (21-Aug-2015)
  • Black Lives Matter Delivered Their 10 Point Manifesto, This Is What They Want (21-Nov-2021)
  • Cedric Johnson: The Triumph of Black Lives Matter and Neoliberal Redemption (9-Jun-2020)
  • Christian Parenti: The First Privilege Walk (18-Nov-2021)
  • "In short, the Privilege Walk and the seemingly radical ideology it propagates are fugazi — fake. The real effect of a focus on “privilege” is to hide the problems of class power and exploitation that are at the heart of capitalist social relations."

    The Outrage Industry
  • Jonathan Cook: Kyle Rittenhouse Is Not The Enemy (23-Nov-2021)
  • "Rittenhouse is the latest product of the outrage industry. Tribalism is the neoliberal business model. Rittenhouse is a mirage, a manufactured repository for our outrage, our self-righteousness, our fear and our guilt. He is a phantasm conjured up by the corporate media to feed its bottom line and feed our egos."


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    Deep State
  • The Palmer Raids 1919: When America Tried to Deport Its Radicals (11-Nov-2021)
  • "Palmer Raids were a series of raids conducted in November 1919 and January 1920 by the United States Department of Justice @ WIKIPEDIA LINK"
  • Robert Michels: The Iron Law of Oligarchy
  • Jacob Weisberg: Cozy Relationships Between Press, Law, Academic and Government [Authority]
  • New Republic [Centre-Left Corporate Democrat Magazine; mouthpiece of Democratic Party credentialed professionals] fretted about the "increasingly cozy relationships between press, law, academia and government" that he saw there. "There’s rarely been a time when the governing elites in so many fields were made up of such a tight, hermetic and incestuous clique. The Clinton circle [and its successor like the Obamas on Martha's Vineyard] has a pronounced class consciousness that tells them they’re not just lucky to be here. They’re running things because they’re the best."
  • Migrant Economics
    Do immigrants reduces native born wages? Do migrants cost _us_ money?
  • "No. Immigrants almost never reduce native born wages, except sometimes briefly during the peak or trough of recession. In recessions the net fiscal impact moves back to an overall net positive soon after."
  • "No. Migrants don't tend to cost the country money, except at the very start (rescue and housing) and/or if the migrant is subsequently deported before becoming a taxpayer. Once paying taxes, migrants like immigrants are net positive. Benefit to national fiscal balance over a lifetime is very positive, in part because immigrants don't need public spending during childhood so spend much higher percentage of their lives as taxpayers."
  • Migrant Population in the U.K.: Fiscal Effects (22-Feb-2002)
  • Paying Their Way. The fiscal contribution of immigrants in the UK (27-Apr-2005)
  • The Effect of Immigration along the Distribution of Wages (Mar-2008)
  • New Labour? The Impact of Migration from Central and Eastern European Countries on the UK Labour Market (19-Oct-2008)
  • The Economic Impacts of Migration on the UK Labour Market (26-Feb-2009)
  • The Government's Immigration Sums Don't Add Up (18-Nov-2010)
  • ONS reveals impact of immigration on low-paid jobs and wages; how should Labour react? (26-May-2011)
  • REDACTED: The Spectator - ONS Blunder Lets Ministers Blame Falling Real Incomes On Immigration (Aug-2012)
  • Impacts of migration on UK native employment: An analytical review of the evidence (Mar-2014)
  • The impact of immigration on occupational wages: evidence from Britain (Dec-2015)
  • Finding the facts: The truth behind referendum claims on immigration (13-Apr-2016)
  • Does Immigration Reduce Wages? (2017)
  • An immigration strategy for the UK: Six proposals to manage migration for economic success (5-Dec-2017)
  • The Economic Impact of Immigrations on the UK (6-Apr-2018)
  • The Fiscal Imact of Immigration in the UK (18-Feb-2019)
  • Monitoring Corporate Bullshit
  • Source Watch: well-documented information about corporate public relations (PR) campaigns, including corporate front groups, people who "front" corporate campaigns, and PR operations | run by Center for Media and Democracy
  • GEM.wiki: shared resource on all things energy: fossil fuels, renewable energy sources, environmental impacts, and the global movement to transition to a clean energy system
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