Links – Feb. 10, 2019

Venezuela

Western Media Fall in Lockstep for Cheap Trump/Rubio Venezuela Aid PR Stunt FAIR

Washington Already Made Decision on Forceful Intervention in Venezuela – Moscow Sputnik

China Says Only Venezuelans Can Solve Venezuela’s Issues teleSUR

Venezuela – U.S. Aid Gambit Fails – War Plans Lack Support Moon of Alabama

Exclusive: Venezuela shifts oil ventures’ accounts to Russian bank – document, sources Reuters

Juan Guaido Threatens To ‘Authorize’ US Military Intervention In Venezuela

Environment

Trump Administration Drills Down on Alaska’s Arctic Refuge Truthout

Are Investors Finally Waking up to North America’s Fracked Gas Crisis? DeSmog

US Military Fuel Tanks Threaten Aquifer in Hawaii Consortium News

Labor

New York Nurses Prepare to Strike over Patient Ratios Labor Notes

Gearing Up for Possibility of Another Trump Shutdown, Airport Workers Plan Mass Protests in 80 Major Cities Truthout

Auto workers walk off the job to save GM’s Oshawa, Canada plant UPI

Everything You Need to Know About the General Strike that Shut Down Seattle 100 Years Ago In These Times

Meet the Militant Flight Attendant Leader Who Threatened a Strike—And Helped Stop Trump’s Shutdown Common Dreams

Indigenous Peoples

Those new billboards in Palm Springs? They’re a Desert X installation celebrating Native American history Desert Sun

Inside One Native Tribe’s Decades-Long Fight For Recognition Pacific Standard

Annita Lucchesi is the creator of the “Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Database”

Aquinnah Tribe Wants To Be Included In Bill For Reservation On Mainland WGBH

First Nations water problems a crisis of Canada’s own making Policy Options

Mexico: Me’phaa Indians Slaughtered in Lust For Resources teleSUR

Whites might secede from Utah county after Navajo majority finally wins power Daily Kos

France

More violence in Paris as gilet jaunes protests enter 13th weekend Guardian

PARIS PROTESTS: Protester has hand BLOWN OFF after grenade EXPLODES at Yellow Vest rally Sunday Express

Anti-government protests continue in Haiti Peoples Dispatch

Massive mobilizations against femicides across Latin America and Caribbean Peoples Dispatch

Magazine censored, editor dropped for covering Henry Ford’s anti-Semitic newspaper Columbia Journalism Review

Wealth concentration returning to ‘levels last seen during the Roaring Twenties,’ according to new research Washington Post


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