Hackers behind the world’s deadliest code are probing US power firms MIT Technology Review
How to Plan a “Support for the Cuban People” Trip Conde Nast Traveler
Scots running amok Aeon. Wonder what my great grandfather Gow – born in Bearsden – would have to say about this. Robert Fortune’s story is fascinating – read Sarah Rose’s For All the Tea in China: How England Stole the World’s Favorite Drink and Changed History for the full scoop. Industrial (or in this case, more accurately, horticultural ) espionage isn’t a new phonomenon.
Lula Is Innocent. Free Him Now. Jacobin
Double Whammy: A no-deal Brexit and Northern Ireland RTE (Donn) Hoisted from comments.
All over the country ethnic minorities are victims of more violence than ever – and it’s all because of Brexit Independent Patrick Cockburn
Brexit: no-deal, big deal EUReferendum.com
Protests in Hong Kong Unlikely to Yield Results Der Spiegel
China is courting trouble in Hong Kong Nikkei Asian Review
John Pilger: The Global War on Assange, Journalism & Dissent Consortium News
Soaring temperatures will raise the risk of armed conflict MIT Technology Review
Weather forecasting in times of extreme weather events Economic Times
Indian telecoms now eyeing Samsung for 5G Asia Times
Kamala Harris would lean on presidential power, not Congress, for big plans San Fran Chronicle
Bernie Sanders Delivered the Most Profound Speech Since We Lost MLK Common Dreams. In case you missed earlier links about his speech.
Amazon News: What Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders Said About The Retail Giant On Taxes And Its New Credit Card International Business Times
New Cold War
Antidote du Jour, courtesy of reader LR from the Pleasant Lake Protective Association: “We had a pair of wild turkeys mating in our field.”
See yesterday’s Links and Antidote du Jour here.