Alberta and South Korea’s pensions just bought the Coastal GasLink pipeline: 8 things you need to know The Narwhal (Senator-Elect)
The Story of Prisoner No. 760 Der Spiegel
Black Injustice Tipping Point
On Days of Disorder The Scholar’s Stage
Disband The Tone Police Too Much Information. David Sirota.
Eight minutes that could change the world Asia Times. Michael Vatikiotis.
Protest misinformation is riding on the success of pandemic hoaxes MIT Technology Review
Whether you support #DefundThePolice or not, it’s fairly obvious that the policy has been fully implemented for white collar crime.
— Matt Stoller (@matthewstoller) June 12, 2020
The Abrupt, Radical Reversal in How Public Health Experts Now Speak About the Coronavirus and Mass Gatherings Intercept. Glenn Greenwald.
Trump’s decision to leave WHO came with bluster, but no action so far Stat. Exactly like his use of executive orders. All hat, no cattle. Miind you, I don’t find his blustering without folllow through to be a problem. Better all bark, little bite, than the alternative
This is deranged. They’re going to gear up police armies to enforce these mass evictions. https://t.co/95fveaCrsp
— Mark Ames (@MarkAmesExiled) June 11, 2020
Berkeley Law Professor Frank Partnoy has a piece out in the Atlantic this week about Collateralized Loan Obligations and the Coronavirus Depression that is getting a lot of attention. I had… a lot of problems with it.https://t.co/qcLtRv0wt0
— Nathan Tankus (@NathanTankus) June 11, 2020
Coronavirus: Only an Anecdote Craig Murray
The Shape of Asia’s New Cold War Project Syndicate
Zoom accedes to Chinese demands to shutter online activist meetings Agence France-Presse
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