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    The US's military procurement machine may be the single most successful system of wealth transfer ever devised. But as a provider of working equipment to defend the country against realistic threats, it is becoming more and more dysfunctional.

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    In line with the steady rise in social unrest over the past decade, it's likely that we will witness an unprecedented escalation in large-scale citizen protests across the globe in 2016 and beyond.

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Angola 3 News

Angola 3 News

Angola 3 News is a project of the International Coalition to Free the Angola 3. Their web site provides the latest news about the Angola 3. They are also creating their own media projects, which spotlight the issues central to the story of the Angola 3, such as racism, repression, prisons, human rights, solitary confinement as torture, and more. In 2007 and 2011, Amnesty International issued statements in support of Herman Wallace and Albert Woodfox, the two members of the Angola 3 who remain in prison today, after more than 39 years of solitary confinement.

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Angola 3 News

Angola 3 News

Angola 3 News is a project of the International Coalition to Free the Angola 3. Their web site provides the latest news about the Angola 3. They are also creating their own media projects, which spotlight the issues central to the story of the Angola 3, such as racism, repression, prisons, human rights, solitary confinement as torture, and more. In 2007 and 2011, Amnesty International issued statements in support of Herman Wallace and Albert Woodfox, the two members of the Angola 3 who remain in prison today, after more than 39 years of solitary confinement.

Other articles by this author

Other archived articles by this author