The Corrupt System Behind Covid Medical Shortages Matt Stoller
Why are we still facing shortages of masks and medicine a year and a half after the start of the pandemic? Because a buying cartel controls medical supplies, and has for 25 years.
67% of employees ready to quit say leaders made empty pandemic promises for well-being Becker’s Hospital Review
China's most populous provinces are Guangdong, Shandong and Henan, with a combined 330 million people. Approximately the same as the US. Interestingly, Guangdong, Shandong and Henan have suffered a total of 37 Covid deaths, compared to the US's 706,313. Enjoying your capitalism?
— Carlos Martinez (@agent_of_change) September 26, 2021
German election: unsteady as she goes Michael Roberts
The SPD has won (narrowly) because it gained the votes of many on the left. These voters will expect some changes: more and better public services; taxes on the rich; higher wages. And within the SPD, there is a rising left-wing, particularly in the youth section, that wants action.
Khalida Jarrar Released after Serving Two Years in Prison Palestine Chronicle
No Wonder the French Are Angry Sylvie Kauffmann, Le Monde
Pentagon removes top nuclear policy official from post Washington Post
The Defense Department has removed a top political appointee in charge of nuclear policy from her position, prompting concern among disarmament advocates that the Pentagon is sidelining those with less hawkish views as the Biden administration develops its official policy on nuclear weapons.
Biden bends to the nuclear bureaucracy Responsible Statecraft
“War is a continuation of policy…world domination is, to put it briefly, the substance of imperialist policy, of which imperialist war is the continuation.” – V.I. Lenin pic.twitter.com/y51poX8TQa
— Read more Dani Nabudere, Huey Newton & Sekou Toure (@JazzyDaddyDolla) September 25, 2021
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