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How Are Donald Trump and the Cell Phone Alike?

Human Wrongs Watch

19 October 2019 (Wall Street International)*The non-United States of America is in dire need of replacing a “reality” president with a real president, one who is mentally, morally and physically strong and with enough intelligence to manage the complexity and stamina that the position requires. Such attributes as intelligence, mastery of knowledge, mental stability, honesty and courage matter, as we have learned too well in the last three years. Without this change, I doubt that the country can survive and certainly not as a world leader and a democracy.
Donald Trump
Donald Trump  | Photo from Wall Street International.

This September Is Critical for Our Climate. Here’s What You Can Do

September will be a month of action, packed with moments that will be pivotal in our efforts to take on the climate emergency. There’s something every one of us can do.

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Indigenous Peoples Protest in West Papua

Human Wrongs Watch

30 August 2019 (IGWIA)* “Monkey”, “pig”, “dog” – these words were shouted at a group of West Papuan students, who had been arrested and later released due to lack of evidence. They were accused of burning the Indonesian flag. This is the latest development in a more than 60-year struggle for the independence of West Papua.


Photo credit: One PNG

Massive protests are currently taking place in West Papua, and news of victims on both sides has reached the media. A local indigenous organisation condemns the racist remarks and general stigmatisation of indigenous peoples in West Papua.

Thousands of people in West Papua have gone to the streets protesting against Indonesia’s government, and against the racism, they encounter in Indonesian society.

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Let the World’s Future Not Turn into Ashes

Human Wrongs Watch

MANILA, Aug 28 2019 (IPS)* With the record rate blaze in the Amazon that struck Indigenous communities, the world is confronted by a humanitarian crisis in the midst of an ever-worsening political-economic condition.



The International Indigenous Peoples Movement for Self-Determination and Liberation (IPMSDL) joins the international chorus of condemnation and call for immediate actions to put an end to the unfolding crisis that jeopardizes the lives of Indigenous Peoples in the Amazon and planet’s survival.

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Our Vanishing World: Glaciers

Human Wrongs Watch

By Robert J. Burrowes*

DAYLESFORD, Australia, 23 August 2019Something is causing the worlds glaciers and mountain ice fields to melt. And, despite your first thought, it is not the ongoing climate catastrophe.


Photo: Chris Marquardt/Unsplash | @chrismarquardt | Germany

It does not matter where on Earth the glaciers and mountain ice fields are located, they are all melting. Moreover, the projected timeframe for some of them to disappear altogether is ‘imminently’; that is, within years.

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Abstraction and the Economy — Small Is Beautiful

Human Wrongs Watch

By Shantena Augusto Sabbadini*

August 2019 (Wall Street International)*  — What can we learn from the present ecological, economic, social crisis? I believe we need to revise some deep assumptions which are constitutive of our Western culture and through the process of globalization have become part of our world culture. We need to think in a new way, a new way that actually recovers (on a new level) a very old way.
The circulation of money on the globe is estimated at four trillion dollars a day
The circulation of money on the globe is estimated at four trillion dollars a day | Image from Wall Street International.

The Times They Are A Changin’

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By William Mebane*

Keeping the climate at a sustainable level is not prohibitive if we act now.
Keeping the climate at a sustainable level is not prohibitive if we act now
Keeping the climate at a sustainable level is not prohibitive if we act now | Image from Wall Street International.

10 August 2019 (Wall Street International)* — In 2007 a MIT survey revealed that nearly 60% of Americans feel that “until we are sure that global warming is really a problem, we should not take any steps that would have economic costs” or “its effects will be gradual, so we can deal with the problem gradually” (Sherman, 2007).

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Ethiopia Plants over 350 Million Trees in a Day, Setting New World Record

2 August 2019 (UN Environment)*In a record-breaking day this week, at the Gulele Botanical Garden in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia launched an historic tree planting campaign. Over 350 million trees were planted in an ambitious move to counter the effects of deforestation and climate change.

Abiy PM Ethiopia

Photo from UN Environment

The event is part of Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s Green Legacy Initiative. It aimed at planting 200 million trees in a single day in 1,000 sites across the country. Prime Minister Ahmed congratulated the country for not only meeting its collective Green Legacy goal but also exceeding it.

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How Widespread Is Human Trafficking in the US?

Human Wrongs Watch


This is part of a series of features from across the globe on human trafficking. IPS coverage is supported by the Riana Group.

UNITED NATIONS, Jul 26 2019 (IPS)* – The United States is no exception to the practice of modern day slavery—a crime for which it is rarely held accountable at the United Nations.

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Monsters Walk the Earth. Why These Three Countries Are the Real Troika of Evil

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By Philip Giraldi | Strategic Culture Foundation – TRANSCEND Media Service*

Americans, Saudis and Israelis have become monsters in the eyes of the rest of the world even if in their own minds they are endowed with special privilege due to their being “Exceptional,” “Chosen by God” or “Guardians of Mecca and Medina.” All three countries share a dishonest sense of entitlement that supports the fiction that their oppressive and illegal behavior is somehow perfectly legitimate.

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