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International solidarity, as a synonym of cooperation, could also be considered a pillar of foreign relations on a broader scale. What would it be like to have foreign relations between countries based on solidarity instead of hostility? Cuba shows us that it is possible.

Cuba - An Example Of Solidarity In A Time Of Crisis
28 MARCH 2020

By Nino Pagliccia / One World Press
Venezuelan-Canadian freelance writer and activist

The most frequent qualifier used to describe the global experience of the pandemic we are currently witnessing or affected by, is “crisis”. And I am reminded of political theorist Antonio Gramsci’s words: “The crisis consists precisely in the fact that the old is dying and the new cannot be born; in this interregnum a great variety of morbid symptoms appear.”

Is the coronavirus COVID-19 Gramsci’s “morbid” symptom? I don’t know. He may have been thinking of more political symptoms. If he were alive, today he may have named the level of desperation of the US government towards countries resisting its hegemony like Venezuela, Cuba, China, Nicaragua, Russia,…and the list goes on… as a morbid symptom. The agony of the dying empire that lashes against anything that is healthy and living.

The Trump Administration is surpassing the threshold of what is acceptable from anybody in distress when it put a $25 million bounty “for information leading to the arrest and/or conviction” of the President of Venezuela Nicolas Maduro and other top officials. Information or assassination? For the US State Department that is just semantics. Without a doubt, the US was behind the assassination attempt against Maduro planned in Colombia in August 2018 that took place in Caracas with drones carrying explosives.

After all, the list of political assassinations by the US is quite extensive. The last one, this year, was that of Gen. Qassem Suleimani, the leader of Iran’s elite military Quds force. Let no one be tempted to cast judgement on the victims. Only the assassin should stand trial.

The fact that the targeted killing against Maduro was ordered by the US State Department a few days ago at the precise time of a serious global health problem with the COVID-19 pandemic can only be interpreted as a Gramscian morbid symptom of the US administration's collectively disturbed minds.

But the state of mind of the US regime managers is not what I would like to focus on.

If we take the etymological meaning of the word crisis, it comes from the Greek krisis meaning decision. That is, we are at a critical point where we are encouraged to look forward and make decisions. Those decisions may well be political and we hope that they will bury the old and lead to something “new” to be born.

In January 1959, something new arose in Cuba from the rebellion against the rotten US-supported government that had condemned the majority of Cubans to poverty and ignorance. The new society that emerged has resisted a fierce blockade on its economy for the last 60 years, in spite of which it has thrived and set the most valuable example to humanity: the value of solidarity.

It is quite striking that just few months into the new Cuban Revolution, Che Guevara stated in a speech on revolutionary medicine “[what] we have done is practising charity, and what we have to practice today is solidarity.”

In my professional life, I have worked with Cuban health professionals and I have observed the superb public health system that Cuba has in place. It is a fully publicly funded system with complete geographical coverage. The best indicator of the health achievement is Cuba’s infant mortality rate that stands at 3.7 per 1,000 live births (for the US is 5.6) according to the World Bank (2018). Its major success comes from a very proactive prevention approach to primary care.

A major part of the strength of the institutions is the predominant role of solidarity in Cuban society. This sense of social cohesion may in fact be one of the reasons why Cuba is dealing quite successfully with the COVID-19 pandemic with 80 confirmed case reported to date and no deaths. President Diaz-Canel recentlystated, “Everyone of us depends on every one of us, and we all depend on each other.” Consequently, community leaders and health brigades have visited closeto 643,000 families to ensure they have the support needed to confront the health emergency in the face of an increasing blockade by the Trump Administration.

Solidarity in domestic affairs is matched by the Cuban program of medical cooperation at the global level. A description of this program states that it is based on the principle of international solidarity and started with its first medical brigade to Algeria in 1963. In a research paper, this author uses the example of Cuba to illustrate the practice of solidarity in healthcare in the hope of a healthier future.

However, given that healthcare deals directly with human lives and that resources are scarce, hard questions need to be asked: What is the value of human life? What acceptable trade-off—if any—can we make for a human life? What sacrifices are we willing to make as a society to save the life of a child? These are more than philosophical questions. The decisions we make around those questions will determine the kind of society we envision to have. This author and a Cuban colleague have suggested that Cuba has shown strong political will to sustain human life in Cuba as well as in other countries with matching resources. There is no better time to show political will to sustain good population health than in a time of crisis.

In the last few weeks, there have been many reports of Cuban health professionals being deployed to several countries that have asked for assistance to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic that even the corporate media has not been able to hide. For example, the conservative National Post has recognised the valuable contributions made by “communist-run Cuba” together with China and Russia even in a NATO country like Italy.

Meanwhile, the capitalist-run USA calls on governments not to receive Cuban doctors. The White House attacked the Cuban health professionals, who in half a century of history have carried out missions in over 150 countries in Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean, the Middle East and Asia, totaling more than 400,000 medical collaborators. That is irresponsible and contrary to human solidarity. What the international organizationMédicins sans Frontières (MSF) is doing to alleviate the deadly burden of COVID-19 is commendable. What must be condemned is the fact that such a daunting task relies on charity through unpredictable donations.

In conclusion, at a time of crisis - such as the spread of a deadly pandemic - we need to drop preconceived notions that might in fact exacerbate the crisis and search for ideas and strategies in order to build a new paradigm. Examples abound if we are objective observers. Cuba is such a living example of what is possible in the most severe health situation ever experienced in recent history on such a global scale.

Solidarity as a human value – quite contrary to charity – is meant to act upon the social organization in order to change it for the benefit of the larger collective. The exercise of solidarity is directed at awareness of the condition and at social change or the redefinition of power relations.

International solidarity, as a synonym of cooperation, could also be considered a pillar of foreign relations on a broader scale. What would it be like to have foreign relations between countries based on solidarity instead of hostility? Cuba shows us that it is possible.

By Nino Pagliccia / One World Press
Venezuelan-Canadian freelance writer and activist

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Virus Covid 19 A World Epidemic

By Sarah Manuel / USA PATRIOT NEWS 

March 26th 2020


As this virus has swept through the world and the United States. President Trump has approached this epidemic head on. Giving his Presidential paycheck and 8.3 Billion from Congress to battle this virus, swiftly. America is on lock down, and shelves are empty of dried goods, toilet paper, hand soap etc. Now let’s look at Former 44th President Barack Obama handled the Swine Flu in 2009. Former 44th President Obama waited six months after thousands died, then called for national emergency. Quite a few of us think, this is total media fear. Weve been through the bird flu, mad cow disease, the swine flu. and now Carono virus 19. A lot of us 

believe. It’s NOT about the virus, it’s about destroying the stock market before the Democrat convention. Smoke and mirrors, smoke and fear. A couple quotes I’ll leave you with, From two great Republican Presidents.

“Government’s first duty is to protect the people, not run their lives” Former 40th President Ronald Regan.

“Republicans believe in the rule of law- Not the rule of the mob”

45th President Donald Trump.  

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US CARES Act Business Giveaway

By Stephen Lendman/ Global News Aruba
March 26, 2020

On Wednesday, the CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) Act was unanimously passed by the Senate.

It’s scheduled to be voted on and adopted by House members on Friday, Trump to sign it into law. Its provisions are largely what was discussed in a previous day article.

There’s plenty in it for monied interests, along with the Wall Street owned and operated Fed supplying trillions of dollars in virtually free money to banks, other corporate interests, hedge funds, and large investors — more to come as needed.

By comparison, ordinary Americans get peanuts. Households will get one-time direct deposits of $1,200, married couples to get $2,400, plus an additional $500 per child.

This applies to households earning up to $75,000, $150,000 for married couples, scaled down amounts going to households earning up to $99,000/$198,000 for married couples.

Unemployed workers will get $600 weekly for four months — through July 31.

So-called Pandemic Unemployment Assistance will provide up to 39 weeks of unemployment insurance payments to individuals not otherwise eligible to receive benefits — including the self-employed and others who exhausted their regular and extended benefits.

The bill provides 13 weeks of emergency unemployment insurance for individuals who remain unemployed after they exhausted their benefits and aren’t otherwise eligible for them.

A four-member household, including two children, will get a one-time payment of $3,400, a single individual $1,200 + $600 weekly if unemployed through July 31 in both examples.

Federal unemployment benefits are in addition what individual states provide.

According to US Census Bureau data, median US rent in 2017was $1,012, median mortgage costs $1,513.

An average one-person household spends around $370 a month for food, double this amount for a three-person household.

In 2017, average per capita spending for healthcare annually was $10,224.

According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, average pre-tax household income in 2017 was $73,573, average annual expenses around $60,000.

The average federal income tax rate is around 20%, after-tax income less than $59,000 — minus state, property, and other local taxes, meaning most households spend borrowed money on top of income to cover expenses.

A family of four getting $3,400 + $600 a week if get federal unemployment benefits for around 17.5 weeks from April 1 through July 31 would receive would receive $13,900 —far below what households need to cover expenses, supplemented by state unemployment benefits if get them.

Individuals are permitted to delay payment of payroll taxes until 2021 or 2022. The same holds for eligible businesses as follows:

They can delay paying payroll taxes through December 2020, pay 50% of them in 2021, another 50% in 2022.

Hundreds of billions of dollars in government loans to business and trillions of dollars in zero-interest Fed money may end up partially or entirely forgiven.

Will unpaid business payroll taxes be treated the same way? Looking ahead, what hasn’t been paid may not be when companies begin emerging from ongoing economic and financial duress.

Dems, including self-styled progressive Bernie Sanders, agreed to suspend business payroll taxes that’s all about weakening Social Security and Medicare trust funds — part of a longterm plan to erode and eliminate them.

He and other Dems agreed to provide business with the lion’s share of benefits, instead of demanding more for American households, including government provided healthcare for hospitalized COVID-19 patients, excluding what covered by insurers.

Taking this step would advance the ball incrementally for universal healthcare, what’s vitally needed, Sanders its most vocal congressional supporter rhetorically.

His voting record shows otherwise, including on Wednesday by supporting the so-called CARES Act.

On Tuesday, Politico reported that the Trump regime temporarily “stopped seizing the wages, tax refunds and Social Security benefits of people who are in default on their federal student loans,” citing an unnamed Education Department source.

Through federally controlled Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, as well as perhaps the entire mortgage industry, unemployed homeowners may also get temporary payment relief if qualify, permitting reduced or suspended payments for a fixed period.

According to Federal Housing Finance Agency director Mark Calabria, “(t)hat forbearance is up to 12 months, depending on their particular situation,” adding:

Homeowners “need to contact their servicer…the lender that they send the check to every month.”

“That lender will work with them to be able to work out a payment plan. Obviously, we hope to get them back on their feet as soon as possible.”

The above is not debt forgiveness. Loan obligations will be extended for the period of reduced or suspended payments.

A plan for renters is needed. While many municipalities halted evictions of individuals unable to pay landlords, there’s no federal program that authorizes reduced or suspended payments during the current economic and public health crisis.

Companies receiving bailout help are prohibited from making stock buybacks for the term of the amount provided plus an additional year.

Dividends, capital distributions, and executive bonuses are to be suspended for the same period.

How closely this will be monitored and whether actions will be taken against violators is another matter entirely.

Health insurers are required to cover the cost of COVID-19 tests. The same goes for vaccines when available.

Testing is supposed to be available for everyone in need. Americans are on their own for treatment of all health issues, including COVID-19.

Even federally mandated free healthcare for seniors that began in the mid-1960s when Medicare was established is longer free, especially because supplementary insurance is needed for what Medicare doesn’t cover.

Separately, COVID-19 infections keep spreading. Through Wednesday, around 472,000 were reported worldwide.

In the US, the total exceeds 69,000, New York state its epicenter with around 33,000 cases through Wednesday, New York City hardest hit with over 20,000 cases.

According to NBC News New York, the “NYC death toll spike(ed) 110% in the (last) 36 hours.”

The city has 11,000 ventilators to help severely affected patients breathe. Around 30,000 are needed, likely many more in the days and weeks ahead.

NY Gov. Cuomo slammed the CARES Act, calling $3.8 billion in NY aid a “drop in the bucket” with around $15 billion needed at this time.

Economically and health-wise nationwide, things are likely to get much worse before improving.

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Colorado Springs Colorado Trump Rally 2/20/20 

Make America Great Again to Keep America Great


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BY SARAH MANUEL IN COLORADO USA


Love Love the date lol As we Trump supports tag #TRUMP2020. What an exciting day. My father and I had a 30-minute drive ahead of us, we left around 0930. With knowledge of the Broadmoor World Area, only able to hold 8,000 people. With the doors opening at 1300. As we arrive, Traffic backed upped and sleuths of people all around. My father and I having to park, blocks away. Zero negativity, zero protesters insight. Nothing but America pride and floods of people of every background, ethnicity and gender. All bound together of love of country and our President. All in hopes to be able to get inside, to see our President speak at 1800. 5 hours of waiting in line, you would think would be tedious. Nope, not at all. Nothing but laughing, loving, cheering. United as One, No division between each other. Over 20,000 people showed up, with an overflow of 12,000 people. My father and I were fortunate enough, to be able to get in. The atmosphere even more intense, the venue packed. With people chanting 4 more years and doing the wave in the arena. With every interaction I had with people, was wonderfully beautiful. The way We The People should be towards one another. I also had the privilege to broadcast from the rally to my home station. HIT 94.1 FM Aruba. As the first speaker came on stage. The crowd went wild and the energy even more intense. When VP Pence came on stage. You could feel the America Pride and love of our country. When President Trump came on stage, it was serial. As usual Trumps speech was strong. All based on a stronger America and her people. For only minutes, he voiced his opinion upon the democrat witch hunt and the biased media. As Trump was speaking on those topics. 7 Anti-Trump supports booed. They were escorted out promptly and respectfully. There was also talk, by other supporter that there were protesters and our police officers handling it swiftly and respectfully as well. As I was leaving the rally, I questioned. Where are the protesters? There were none in sight. So I ask .. How staged are these protests really? The media instilling fear and propaganda. Giving both sides a false narrative. 


SARAH MANUEL MARCH 24/25, 2020

Who thought that a virus could be the perpetrator of the economic collapse of Europe? The killer of the economy we once knew! Was it a planned act, or merely a convenient pretext to implement the Industrial Revolution 4.0, to be called AI (Artificial Intelligence)? The virus is the ultimate test for the people of the EU, especially since Italy, Spain, France, and Germany are affected, and it clearly shows some cracks in the system.

The Destruction Of The EU Economic System: The End Of Globalization And The Implementation of AI

MARCH 25 2020

By Sonja van den Ende / Global News Aruba
March 25, 2020

Italy

The worst-hit country of the EU, Italy was the first country to offer direct flights from Europe to China 50 years ago and was also the first G-7 country to embrace China’s Belt and Road Initiative. Northern Italy has a very prosperous fashion and apparel industry. Many of the most famous brands around the world from Gucci to Prada originated in the region. As China has offered cheaper manufacturing for their apparel factories, more and more Italian fashion houses have outsourced work to China, and specifically to Wuhan.

Italy started direct flights from Wuhan and allowed over 100,000 citizens from China to move to Italy and work in their factories. In addition, as the Chinese became increasingly wealthy over the last two decades, more and more Chinese citizens moved to northern Italy to reside, and many Chinese purchased Italian firms. Today, there are now more than 300,000 Chinese nationals living in Italy. Italy has the second oldest population in the world.

The EU’s initial response to the massive outbreak of coronavirus in Italy was largely “inadequate”, and a lack of European solidarity opened the doors for Russia and China, former Italian Foreign Minister Franco Frattini told RT. Also, Italy asked for the help of Cuba, a country despised by globalists and neo-liberalists.


France


The government of Macron has been battling an uprising of his own population, the Yellow Vests,for more than a year now. Unable to stop them, he declaredWAR on the virus, four times he used the word WAR in his televised speech to the French nation. France was, after Italy, the second country to go for a total Lock-down, with martial law in place, as never seen before in the streets of Paris since WWII. Since 24 March, there have been 860registered deaths and 2,200 recovered patients in a population of sixty-seven million. The economy is in ruins, but Macron still opted for a lock-down, why? Many scientists say a partial lock-down might work. To put the elderly and sick in quarantine might work. The rest of the population may suffer mild symptomsand will most likely not die! It‘s convenient to choose the “China” method, the method and country they accused of violating human rights, which France is now doing. France, the country of the French Revolution, has learned nothing, meaning neither the leaders or the elite.


Germany


Similar to France, they went for a total lock-down last weekend. With the smallest amount of deaths, a country with eighty-two million people is in total lock-down over 133 lost lives! No more than two people are allowed on the streets together. Germany is the country of the car industry, which is completely destroyed. For over a week already, all the car factories are closed, not a single car is produced. Chancellor Merkel grew up in the GDR: From 1973 to 1978, Merkel studied physics at the University of Leipzig (which at the time was called Karl Marx University), and from 1978 to 1990, she studied at the Central Institute of Physical Chemistry, Academy of Sciences of the GDR in Berlin. As both a student and research scientist, Merkel earned a doctorate in quantum chemistry. She also became fluent in Russian. When Merkel applied for an assistant professor position at an engineering school, she was told she would be required to join the STASI (the East German secret police). She said she refused. It makes you wonder, though, considering the draconian measure that she took when opting for a total lock-down.

A lot of frustration is going on Germany. The AfD (Alternative für Deutschland), despite being labeled as a right-wing Nazi party, represents a lot of Germans, especially Eastern Germans. They are questioning the immigration policy due to the wars in the Middle East which Germany was part of. Germany has the third oldest population in the world.

Also, Spain, the Netherlands and Belgium took draconian measures similar to martial law. The Netherlands and the UK are also going for a lock-down. The governments of the above-mentioned countries imposed martial law and promised their citizens financial help, but what if the governments are bankrupt after the virus? We are in for the worst recession in decades, which makes it easy to implement the Industrial Revolution 4.0. The European Commission started the International Horizon 2020 research project, CREMA, which can facilitate the implementation of AI (Artificial Intelligence), the movement towards a cashless one-world society, and, with China as an example, the social credit system.

We are in for rough times and a changing Europe which, after the virus, will be unrecognizable.



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Paul Craig Roberts/Global News Aruba is an American economist and author. He formerly held a sub-cabinet office in the United States federal government during the US President Reagan Administration as an adviser and co=author of Reaganomics, as well as teaching positions at several U.S. universities. He is a promoter of supply-side economics and an opponent of recent U.S. foreign policy. He held former positions as an editor in the Wall Street Journal. He is a contributor of Global News Aruba since 2018.


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