Bloomberg TV made the mistake of inviting on academic and international affairs expert Jeffrey Sachs to discuss the Ukraine situation and Sachs took the opportunity to tell the truth about the Nord Stream Pipeline bombings — specifically, that all the evidence suggests the U.S. coordinated the attack. The hosts dutifully freaked out at this shockingly obvious piece of information and then were even more apoplectic as Sachs shared the substantial evidence tying the US to the explosions.
by system failure We are now in 2023, and after 1362 days, Julian Assange is still in prison. If you seek something to measure the decline of liberal Democracy in our days, the Julian Assange case will help you a lot. And it's most amazing that in the era of information overflow (with plenty of means available to transfer it almost instantly in every corner of the planet), there are still many people who are unaware of the Assange case. The origins of this deterioration go back in 1968 when the Left made a disastrous compromise with the powers of the establishment. Since the early 70s and after Nixon's shock , the cultural domination of neoliberalism paved the way for the restriction of certain types of liberties in Western societies. The 9/11 terrorist attacks in 2001 became the perfect opportunity for the establishment to abolish instantly a significant portion of the civil liberties that came out of the 1968 compromise. The liberal Democracy in the West suffered a heavy