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Julian, the journalist The pacifist John Shipton is Julian Assange's father. Robert Cibis interviews him exclusively about the judicial decision to extradite his son to the US. This discussion reveals political interference in the legal system. How far will Western governments go to set themselves apart from their pre-set values? Read more
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Cluse Krings, German anthropologist and author of books like "Vom Untergang der Moderne," investigates the importance of language for humanity, and the dangers that come from an - inadvertent or deliberate - depletion of our language on the one hand, and some particular new concepts on the other. Read more
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"In Dutch public television he is described as ""weeds."" The Dutch secret service condemns him as a terrorist. Yet Willem Engel repeatedly advocates peaceful and non-violent resistance to government measures, such as the imposition of the night-time curfew, which has led to one of the biggest riots in the country Read more
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Jan David Zimmermann, German writer, artist and science historian, investigates what effect the ubiquitous use of war rhetorics and metaphors has on a society, especially on a society in a state of emergency. Read more
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Thomas Berthold, 1990 soccer world champion criticizes media and politics at an anti-corona demonstration. He loses his job as a sports commentator for BILD. His wife becomes unemployed as an actress. They both leave Frankfurt and start a new life in Switzerland, not far from Lugano. KOLLATERAL Playlist Read more
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Mattias Desmet, professor of clinical psychology, explains the tunnel vision phenomenon in Corona, how mass formation connects to hypnosis and why waking up is so difficult. Read more
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Willem Engel has been campaigning for peaceful and non-violent resistance against the government's measures for some time.  Increasingly, he is now being slandered as a seditionist and even terrorist and, as in this film, arrested and imprisoned by the police on the open street. Read more
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In a talk for the Schiller Institute US-Senator Richard Black explains, why he thinks Ukraine lost the war and what ought to happen next. In addition, he gives his assessment of anti-Russian sanctions and other measures and their (lack of) effect. Source: Schiller Institute Read more
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From 2010-2019, an average of 13 million guns were sold legally in the U.S. each year. In 2020 and 2021, annual gun sales sharply increased to 20 million. Read more
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An investigation of official statistics has found that the number of athletes who have died since the beginning of 2021 has risen exponentially compared to the yearly number of deaths of athletes officially recorded between 1966 and 2004. So much so that the monthly average number of deaths between January Read more
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The first point that needs to be made in addressing the colossal $40 billion Ukraine arms aid package passed by Congress and rushed by plane to Asia for President Joe Biden’s signature is that it’s not all for weapons. Read more
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As the cost of essential goods rises faster than it has in decades, billionaires in the food and energy sectors are increasing their fortunes by $1 billion every two days. For every new billionaire created during the pandemic — one every 30 hours — nearly a million people could be Read more
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According to International Grains Council data last month: “Total (2022-23) global grain production at 2.251 billion metric tons (is estimated to be) the second largest on record.” Read more


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