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James Henry Fetzer (born December 6, 1940) is an emeritus professor of the philosophy of science at the University of Minnesota Duluth and a avid seeker of empirical truth. In the late 1970s, Fetzer worked on assessing and clarifying the forms and foundations of scientific explanation, probability in science, philosophy of mind, and philosophy of cognitive science, especially artificial intelligence and computer science.
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PeeKay of AU interviews Jim Fetzer on the Sandy Hook "Pozner v. Fetzer" Lawsuit
Jim Fetzer Speaker at College of Complexes: The Sandy Hook "Pozner v. Fetzer" Lawsuit
Paul Craig Roberts reports on Jim Fetzer’s work:
Paul Craig Roberts, Who Remembers the Sandy Hook School Shooting?
Mike Palecek, The Sandy Hook “Trial of the Century” Nobody Really Knows About
May 25, 2019
The Sandy Hook 'Pozner v. Fetzer'
Lawsuit' and Why it Matters
THE SANDY HOOK “POZNER v. FETZER” LAWSUIT FOR DUMMIES
PENN Magazine (January 2019): LET’S GET READY TO RUMBLE! Jim Fetzer vs. The Deep State
FAKE NEWS about FALSE FLAG Lawsuit: AP Reporter caught Falsifying Story
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South Korea on Tuesday sent a destroyer carrying 300 troops to the Gulf of Aden, off the coast of Somalia, to continue the country’s anti-piracy mission there. Legal experts say the potential redeployment to the Strait of Hormuz requires parliamentary oversight. The Justice Party’s Kim Jong-dae believes in freedom of navigation but argues against joining the provocative US mission in the vital energy and shipping corridor.
The Strait of Hormuz has been a flashpoint in recent months following the increase of American naval forces in the region. The US is seeking to create a coalition there. Some voices in South Korea argue Seoul must participate due to its alliance with Washington.
South Korea and Iran have had warm relations for decades, establishing official diplomatic ties in 1962. Recently trade between the two states has been hampered by on again – off again US led sanctions. Tehran’s foreign ministry has said it hopes South Korea can remain neutral – and not participate in the US coalition.
"Bolton in London to reassure UK of US support
Of course, there is a catch, well two really. The Trump administration wants London to throw its full weight behind the US policy of maximum pressure on Iran, and for the British market to surrender to US merchandise post-Brexit. Although the UK cannot officially enter trade talks before Brexit actually happens, the US hopes number 10 might make a few concessions to mitigate fears regarding a no-deal scenario.
Bolton says the US will focus on striking bilateral trade deals in certain sectors like manufacturing and car-making and work out more complicated areas later. Washington has its eye on the UK’s healthcare system too, to the chagrin of many.
But does John Bolton have the full backing of his president when it comes to Iran? Officials have spoken out about their relationship. Apparently Trump likes to tease his national security adviser about his lust for military action in front of top officials and foreign dignitaries.
And there can be no doubt what Bolton is thirsting for now; a man who believes the relationship between America and the rest of the world should resemble that between a hammer and a nail.
Some say Trump likes to play good cop to Bolton’s bad, but on this occasion he has not reigned in his guy as vessels from the US, Europe and Israel advance on the Persian Gulf.
Hundreds of people take to the streets in more than 80 cities in Brazil, including in Rio de Janeiro, to protest against cuts to the public education budget and other measures by President Jair Bolsonaro's government.
Union leaders called for a strike in the education sector, denouncing funding cuts from elementary schools to higher public education and plans to open federal universities to private investment. The government says it is implementing the cuts across the board and in an equal way.
The latest cuts of 348 million reals (about 87 million dollars) were imposed last month, targeting school textbooks. The education ministry had already announced a 30% cut to university funding and blocked all forthcoming scholarships for master's and doctoral students.
"Humanitarian crises worsens
in Indian disputed Kashmir"
Kashmir crisis is raging on as India and Pakistan adopt new mutual countermeasures against each other over the recent clampdown in the disputed region.
In the latest development, Pakistan’s ambassador to the US has raised the possibility of redeploying troops from the Afghanistan border to the Kashmir frontier.
Pakistan has already cut its diplomatic ties with India over the recent developments in Kashmir. This comes as the curfew in Kashmir is nearing its second week. People were even not allowed to gather in mosques to say their annual festival prayer known as Eid al-Adha.
All communication links from roads to the internet and phone services remain suspended. Meanwhile, residents are running out of their stocks of essential edible and medicines and any one braving to come out on the road is being shot down by Indian security forces. As many as 900,000 military and paramilitary troops have been deployed to force 14 million Kashmiri population to stay in door.
The measures have sparked harsh criticisms from neighboring Pakistan. Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan has warned that the curfew and crackdown in the disputed region are unfolding exactly as per supremacist philosophy of Indian ruling party’s terrorist wing better known as RSS.
India and Pakistan have fought three wars over Kashmir, most recently clashing in a series of aerial attacks over the territory in February.
Under Article 370 of the Indian constitution, the state of Jammu and Kashmir had special dispensation to make its own laws. However, the Indian government revoked the Article 370 sparking unrest in the region.
The disputed Jammu and Kashmir is divided between Pakistan, India and China. Beijing is backing Islamabad’s stance to resolve the dispute through numerous UN Security Council resolutions which calls for plebiscite to let people decide on whether they want to stay with India or join Pakistan.
"Housing market, bonds predict recession"
Published on Aug 14, 2019
Dow Jones plunged more than 600 points amid fears of a looming economic
recession as the US 30-year bond fell to a record low of 2.015 percent.
RT America’s Rachel Blevins reports. Then senior real estate advisor
Ravi Kantha joins Scottie Nell Hughes to discuss the state of the US
housing market and consumer confidence.
"CBS sells out
to Viacom - news jeopardized?"