A New Film Details the FBI’s Relentless Pursuit of Martin Luther King Jr. Smithsonian [the FBI has never been the good guy]
Trump coup attempt
The Capitol Riot: Documents You Should Read (Part 1) National Security Archive
Inspectors general of several federal agencies open sweeping review of security, intelligence surrounding Capitol attack Washington Post [the coverup begins]
How News Media is Describing the Incident at the U.S. Capitol Govind Bhutada, Visual Capitalist
Interestingly, although the term “coup” was used heavily on social media platforms, these media rarely used the term.
Dems Reject Bigger Survival Checks, Float Tax Breaks For The Rich David Sirota, Daily Poster
US blacklists Xiaomi because reasons Telecoms.com
Is Xiaomi actually accused of anything? If not, then surely this just amounts to collective punishment for the crime of being Chinese.
Trump’s Not-So-secret Art of Containing China Pepe Escobar
The Indonesian Massacres of 1965-1966 Counterpunch
Historian John Roosa’s meticulously researched Buried Histories: The Anticommunist Massacres of 1965-1966 in Indonesia focuses on events leading up to and during the months of slaughter, with extensive testimony from survivor interviews which Roosa and a team of Indonesian researchers conducted over several decades. In The Jakarta Method: Washington’s Anticommunist Crusade & The Mass Murder Program That Shaped Our World, journalist Vincent Bevins shows connections between the Indonesian killings and brutal crackdowns the U.S. government has supported elsewhere in the world.
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