US politicians are scapegoating China and Mexico for the deadly opioid crisis, but it was actually caused by large pharmaceutical corporations like Purdue Pharma, owned by the billionaire Sackler family, which made huge profits by lying about highly addictive drugs such as OxyContin and flooding poor states with painkillers.
The Jimmy Dore Show For more than a decade Syria under President Bashar al-Assad has been ostracized by most other Arab nations and excluded from the Arab League. But now that’s changed and Syria has been invited to re-join — a move that has left the United States apoplectic. But it seems that other member states don’t much care what the U.S. wants as they demonstrate an increasing willingness to thumb their noses at the globe’s declining superpower.
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