Incredible India: Home to Modern Slavery

June 14th, 2013

Watch this video, published on Dissident Voice, 12.14 min, by The Real News Network TRNN, June 12, 2013.

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Top National Security Experts: Spying Program Doesn’t Make Us Safer, and Spying Leaks Don’t Harm America, on naked capitalism (Cross-Posted from Washington’s Blog), by blog owner, June 13, 2013;

U.S. GDP—A Longer Trend Analysis, on ZNet, by Jack Rasmus, June 12, 2013;

The Neoclassical conspiracy against Post Keynesian Economics (1), on Real-World Economic Review Blog, by Steve Keen, June 11, 2013: Paul Krugman recently posted on predictions of the crisis before it happened, in a piece entitled “Non-prophet Economics”. It had a set of propositions about how one should evaluate such claims with which I completely and utterly agree. I’ll quote it in its entirety, because it’s an eminently suitable starting point for evaluating whether a prediction was in fact made: …;

Meme-evaporating of the day: the Nazis could rise to power because of high unemployment, not because of high inflation, on Real-World Economic Review Blog, by merijnknibbe, June 12, 2013;

The Next Disaster? Berlin Lays Cornerstone of Troubled Palace, on Spiegel Online International, by cgh, with reporting by Sven Becker and Michael Sontheimer, June 12, 2013 (Photo Gallery): The cornerstone was laid on Wednesday on the reconstruction of the Berlin palace that was once home to Prussian rulers. The need for such a structure is debatable, and funding looks shaky. It could become yet another addition to Germany’s collection of cursed construction projects. It is difficult to determine which of Germany’s trio of construction-project nightmares is the most embarrassing:

America, a deteriorating nation of denial & apathy: The ultimate enemy we must take on & out, on Intrepid Report, by Sibel Edmonds, June 13, 2013.

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