As the economic turmoil continues to spread, the idea that one can win as a leftist may again become legitimate. It’s a bit equivalent to what might have happened had Bernie Sanders won the Democratic primary in the United States.
Empirical historical evidence combined with a little common-sense are enough to tell us the type of future options that Israel has in store for the Palestinian people: perpetual Apartheid or ethnic cleansing, or a mix of both.
Trump’s immigration policy, security policy, and economic policy are all intertwined, and the lynchpin of the package is fear of the Other — that is, fear of those who are non-white and non-Christian. He’s both a creator and a creature of the new nativist movement that draws deep from the wellsprings of American prejudices about Latinos, Asians, Blacks, and Muslims.
At over $600 billion a year and counting, the Pentagon already receives significantly more than its fair share of federal funds. Trump and his team are now promising that spending on defense and homeland security will increase dramatically in the years to come.
Donald Trump began his presidency with a rampage of executive orders, but now the limits of his power are becoming more apparent. Here are ten reasons why things will continue to not go his way.
White supremacy goes far beyond individual hatred, or fear, or mistreatment of people of color. Dominant political, economic, and social structures have accrued and reproduced the white power across the centuries.
President Donald Trump has made it clear that his presidency will have a position on everything everywhere. He has also made it clear that he alone will make the final decision on the policy his government will follow. He has chosen two priority areas in implementing his policies: Mexico and Syria/Iraq, which is the zone of strength for the caliphate of the Islamic State.