Nationalization

Why Hitler wanted to conquer a new “Lebensraum in the East”

Economic factors played a decisive role in Adolf Hitler’s thinking, as I demonstrated in detail in my book Hitler. Seduction policies. Hitler’s goal was to conquer a new “living space” (Lebensraum) in the East, that is, in Russia. He did not hide this ambition and even openly stated his objective …

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Is it time to nationalize Shell or Alaska? | Community perspective

According to Britain’s The Guardian, it is suggested that Shell Oil Company, the same company that attempted to drill offshore oil wells here in Alaska, should be nationalized and turned into a renewable energy company. Naturally, this raises the question of how this actually stops global warming and what the …

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Giant copper union joins push for greater role of state in Chile

As the leading copper-producing country drafts a new constitution and heads for presidential elections, an influential mining union lobbies for a bigger role for the state in mining and a much bigger government takeover . The FTC, which brings together the unions of Chilean state-owned copper producer Codelco, wants private …

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June 17, 2021: all you need to know about the historic festival

Tell me what you know about Juneteenth, Juneteenth. The party America ignored for over a century is now federally recognized. June Independence Day, also known as Jubilee Day, also known as “not July 4th,” has been a tradition fueled by blacks for over 150 years and has left an indelible …

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Advocacy against the “critical theory of race”

Mackubin owens | Guest columnist Mackubin Owens, of Newport, monthly contributor, is a senior fellow of the Foreign Policy Research Institute in Philadelphia. The final battleground of the American Cultural War is “Critical Race Theory,” a pernicious and reactionary theory that, until recently, was confined to academia. Not anymore. CRT …

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Peru’s copper industry at risk as new administration takes the wheel

Peru, second copper-producing country in the world, could see its mining production decrease as a socialist candidate Pedro Castillo wins presidential elections, with 99.6% of the votes already counted. According to the last update, at 6:21 am ET, Castillo had around 50.2% of the vote, holding a slim lead of …

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Tampa Cigar Company hopes to import Cuban tobacco – CBS Miami

TAMPA (CBSMiami / AP) – A Tampa cigar company wants to bring Cuban tobacco back to the city. The JC Newman Cigar Company purchased a bullet, which is stored in the basement of its Ybor City factory, before the US government cut off all trade with the socialist nation in …

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Fujimori clings to Peru fraud allegation as vote count nears end

Published on: 06/12/2021 – 9:32 PMAmended: 06/12/2021 – 9:30 PM Lima (AFP) Right-wing candidate Keiko Fujimori on Saturday insisted the Peruvian presidential election was marred by fraud, as the final vote tally lagged with her left-wing rival slightly ahead. “There was fraud in the voting process. There was manipulation in …

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Florida men defend property rights in suspected fraud scheme

Law360 (June 11, 2021, 7:34 p.m. EDT) – Two Miami-based associates of the former owners of Ukraine’s PrivatBank urge federal judge not to dismiss their claims over a 31-story Kentucky skyscraper targeted by the US prosecutors for his alleged connection to a money laundering scheme. Mordechai Korf and Uriel Laber …

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