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          Urinary Tract Infection Treatment Market Has Been Estimated to Account for US$ 11,585.9 Mn in Revenues by 2026 End      Cache   Translate Page      

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Valley Cottage, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/09/2019 -- There has been an increasing prevalence of the urinary tract infection followed by which, greater emphasis is given to the urinary tract infection treatment for effective control of the incidents of the spreading urinary tract infections. The global analysis presented in the research study conducted by Future Market Insights (FMI), projects that the global urinary tract infection treatment market revenue is projected to grow at a CAGR of 2.1% during the forecast period from 2016 to 2026. The urinary tract infection treatment market is expected to account for over US$ 11,585.9 million by the end of 2026, owing to major changes projected by the market. Although the market projects a sluggish growth, the growing awareness of the urinary tract infection treatment further supported by favorable incentives and policies of reimbursements are expected to nurture the urinary tract infection treatment market throughout the period of assessment.

Regulatory requirements and declining investments in research are expected to lead the market towards a low CAGR. Complex clinical trials have resulted in a declining focus towards research and development by the major companies. Moreover, the sale of drugs and medication prescribed for the urinary tract infection treatment is seen declining as the patients suffering from urinary tract infection are symptom-free for an initial week or two, unlike the chronic diseases.

Despite the setbacks, the growth of the urinary tract infection treatment market is expected to be predominantly triggered by the growing prevalence of urinary tract infections followed by the new medication and drugs prescribed for the urinary tract infection treatment. The stagnancy in the urinary tract infection treatment market is expected to be aided by new and improved drugs and medical breakthroughs that would redefine the future of the urinary tract infection treatment market. New improvements introduced to the urinary tract infection treatment market are expected to assist the market in effective recovery from the modest growth rate. Researchers have developed new antibiotics for fighting the urinary tract infections. The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the use of the antibiotic plazomicin for the treatment of complex urinary tract infections. Even though it is not a new antibiotic, plazomicin has been developed by the United States biotech Achaogen to treat infections.

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Owing to the growing consumption of antibiotics in the BRICS countries, these regions are the most promising regions for the urinary tract infection treatment market. Amongst other regional markets stated in the research study, the APEJ market is projected to reach US$ 4,400.5 million in terms of revenue. As the consumption of antibiotics is highest in China and India owing to the rising disposable income in these countries, the APEJ region is expected to register a fastest growth rate of 2.4 percent in terms of market value over the forecast period.

The rising number of urinary tract infection patients across the globe owing to the urinary tract infection's contribution to the second-largest patient pool in the world, there are a number of generic antibiotic drugs made available for the urinary tract infection treatment. This factor has changed the global scenario of the health-care and pharmaceutical industry. Major market players such as Cipla, GlaxoSmithKline, and Pfizer are seen investing in antibacterial discovery programs for an improved treatment of the urinary tract infection. Moreover, the major participants are focusing on contributing enhanced drugs to the urinary tract infection treatment market by involving in collaborations and focusing on extended research to cater to the unmet needs of the urinary tract infection patients. The market players such as Johnson & Johnson Private Ltd. are seen implementing expansion strategies for spreading their operations in leading markets such as China, India, and Brazil for growing their business as the sales are slow in matured markets in regions including the United States and Europe.

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To the Editor,

For some time now, Brooklyn has been in the midst of its own building boom, which has continued to drive economic growth all throughout the borough. But as the face of Brooklyn continues to change, the biggest question for stakeholders across the spectrum is how this development can be leveraged to spur opportunities for Brooklyn’s longtime residents to achieve meaningful employment.

We at Construction Workforce Project firmly believe that longtime Brooklynites should benefit from the rapid pace of development, which can only truly happen if construction job opportunities are made available to local residents, not just to workers commuting from outside the city.

But, the good news is that the construction industry is also changing. The industry’s recent shift from the restrictive union model to the open-shop hiring model has opened doors for Brooklynites to work in the field, earning wages and benefits far above that offered in other entry-level positions.

Stakeholders across Brooklyn have watched the borough change dramatically over the past few decades. As a new generation of Brooklynites moved in, fewer and fewer opportunities became available for the communities of color that had called Brooklyn home for decades. Those stakeholders also know that barriers to entry stand in the way of many workers gaining a job the many construction sites all around Brooklyn.

New developments always came with promises from developers and city politicians of new jobs for local residents. But when local residents applied for a position, they found they were not qualified because they were not in a union, consequently lacking the proper apprenticeship credits or training necessary to be considered.

However, the industry’s shift to open shop has meant more developers are free to work with safe, quality contractors, who have opened up the industry to those workers unable to join unions and access those employment opportunities.

Open-shop sites are statistically far more likely to hire a New York City–based and racially diverse workforce than their union counterparts. For reference, three out of four open-shop construction workers are black or Hispanic, and the same number are city residents. Now, construction sites around Brooklyn actually reflect the diversity of the borough, rather than the diversity of the suburban tri-state area.

The expansion of open shop has also meant more support for Brooklynites working on construction projects across the borough and the city. Thanks to new safety and skills training programs offered by open shop employers, more men and women are able to enter the industry. Open shop workers are able to earn a minimum wage of at least $20-per hour — which is much higher than the current state and federal minimum wages — on top of health-care programs and retirement packages.

And yet, despite all these benefits, the open shop and its workers have been relegated to afterthought status for many Brooklynites and their representatives. It’s only by bringing these conversations to the forefront of our agendas that meaningful policies will be put in place to protect the rights of open-shop workers and their families. We look forward to making this a priority for Brooklyn in 2019.

Clark Peña

Construction Workforce Project is an advocacy group for non-union workers

We need ‘Dreamers’

To the Editor,

On Jan. 23, the New York State Legislature finally passed the Dream Act. Yet, nearly every single Republican state Senator and Assembly member voted against it.

When it comes issues of immigration, New York Republicans, like the national party, continue to bury their heads in the sand, while millennials, the largest voting bloc in U.S. history, overwhelmingly support policies that would provide a pathway out of the shadows for young, undocumented immigrants.

For young so-called dreamers, the United States is the only home they’ve ever known, and we, as a party, need to start building bridges instead of plugging holes in our dilapidated, antiquated walls.

New York’s Dream Act allows undocumented children to qualify for tuition assistance, provided they meet certain requirements. They must attend a New York state high school for at least two years, graduate high school or a high-school equivalency program, apply to college within five years, and have at least one parent or guardian who legally immigrated to the United States, or is otherwise eligible for in-state tuition rates.

The Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors Act is not about rewarding non-citizens over citizens, it doesn’t “devalue” what it means to be American. If anything, it fulfills the American dream for thousands of young people brought here by parents desperate to give their children a better life and a brighter future.

Current rhetoric espoused by prominent New York State Republicans is either willfully ignorant, politically malfeasant, morally wrong, or a combination of all three.

State Senate Minority Leader John Flannagan (R–Long Island) criticized passage of the bill by saying, “… [the Dream Act] will reward law-breaking illegal immigrants with free college tuition.”

Even more disheartening is the statement made by my own state Assemblywoman, Nicole Malliotakis (R–Bay Ridge), who said, “This is a misguided attempt to reject the needs of those who actually elected us to be here, and putting those that are here unlawfully ahead of them.” Assemblywoman Malliotakis, especially, should know better. As a daughter of immigrants, you’d think she’d be more invested in securing a better future for other sons and daughters of immigrants. Instead, she’s chosen to cast dreamers as “unlawful,” as if they had a choice in the matter.

She’s chosen political expediency over doing the right thing. Sad.

Pitting young undocumented immigrants against natural-born U.S. citizens is a tactic straight out of the Trump playbook, one that’s contributed to the political wipeout of the New York State Republican Party. According to the New York City Mayor’s Office of Immigration Affairs, in 2017, dreamers contributed $4.7 billion to the city’s gross domestic product and they account for more than $2 billion in total earnings every year. Not only is support for the Act good political sense, it’s morally right, and it makes sound economic sense as well.

Instead of alienating and exiling undocumented immigrants, the party that ended slavery and championed liberty for all should be embracing them. Their values are our values. They want to go to school, learn, graduate, get a job, pay taxes, own a home, and raise a family. Dreamers are our friends, our schoolmates, our co-workers, our neighbors, and if you go to John Jay College like I do, are fierce advocates for justice. Time and again, dreamers continue to exceed expectations while the deck continues to be stacked against them.

Instead of taking issue with tuition aid going to dreamers, Republicans should take issue with the limited amount of tuition aid available, or the failure to make City of New York and State of New York schools more affordable. Make that your battle cry.

Inclusion is a much more powerful message than division.

Ronald Reagan knew that.

Joel Acevedo

Joel Acevedo is Vice President of the Brooklyn Young Republican Club, and founder of the Sunset Park Republicans.

Is it any wonder?

To the Editor,

Is it any wonder that our schools are in the condition they’re in when we have groups such as Urban Youth Collaborative marching around and demanding the relaxation of suspensions in our schools for egregious behavior?

Where are the groups to organize in demanding the rights of students who come to school to learn but are prevented from doing so due to the chronically disruptive child? Such children have no place in our public schools. No child has the right to disrupt another child’s education.

When was the last time that state Sen. Velmanette Montgomery and Assemblywoman Cathy Nolan stepped into a city classroom? Our politicians hide from the facts regarding the daily violence and disruptions that occur.

Once and for all: Stop making this a racial issue. Regardless of race or religion, if you can’t control yourself in school, you don’t belong there. You should be out working. Maybe then you would come to appreciate an education. As soon as the 600 schools for the unruly were done away with, our schools headed southward. Who is to determine what a minor infraction is? Not suspending children in grades kindergarten through third shall only embolden children to become more unruly as they move on in the system.

Stop this nonsense and return the schools to old-fashioned discipline. Let teachers teach and not serve as babysitters.Ed Greenspan

Sheepshead Bay

If Dem Bums had stayed

To the Editor,

Jan. 31 marked the 100th birthday of baseball legend and civil-rights activist Jackie Robinson. It reminded me of the “Boys of Summer” winning Dodgers teams from the 1950s. They included catcher Roy Campanella, first baseman Gil Hodges, second baseman Junior Gilliam, shortstop Pee Wee Reese, third baseman Billy Cox, right fielder Carl Furillo, and Jackie Robinson, who played several positions. Most have long forgotten that today’s Los Angeles Dodgers had their roots in Brooklyn.

The original Brooklyn Dodgers name was derived from Brooklyn residents who would dodge trolley cars, which ran for decades until their own decline and final death in the 1950s. Ordinary Brooklyn natives could ride the bus, trolley, or subway to Ebbets Field to see their beloved Dodgers. Working and middle class men and woman of all ages, classes, and races co-mingled in the stands. Everyone could afford a bleacher, general admission, reserve, or box seat. Hot dogs, beer, other refreshments, and souvenirs were reasonably priced. Team owners would raise or reduce a player’s salary based on their performance the past season. Salaries were so low, that virtually all Dodger players worked at another job off season. Most Dodger players were actually neighbors who lived and worked in various communities in the County of Kings. Residents of the era sat outside on the neighborhood stoop, shopped at the local butcher, baker, fruit and vegetable stand.

This year marks the 62nd anniversary of the old Brooklyn Dodgers playing their final season in Kings County. During the 1950s, Dodgers owner Walter O’Malley tried to find various locations for construction of a new baseball stadium, which he pledged to finance using his own funds. With limited seating and automobile parking capacity at Ebbets Field, he needed a new modern stadium to remain financially viable.

New York City master mega builder Robert Moses refused to allow him access to the current day Barclays Center site. This location was easily accessible to thousands of baseball fans from all around the Big Apple via numerous subway lines.

Thousands of fans who moved to Queens and Long Island would have had direct access via the Long Island Rail Road. Imagine how different Brooklyn would have been if elected officials had stood up to Robert Moses and allowed construction of a new Dodgers stadium Downtown. The 1950s Boys of Summer might have played on with new players entertaining new generations for decades more.

Larry Penner

Great Neck

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**Req Number** 002AID Job Description Implements a psychosocial program which fosters emotional, developmental, intellectual and physical growth of children in the hospital environment and outpatient setting. Orients hospital staff to the psychosocial needs of children and their families and fosters positive hospital community relations. Responsibilities Include: Provides a program of psychosocial care for children and families designed to reduce stress, increase adaptive coping, and enhance developmental integrity by offering opportunities to play, learn, and interact with others in an emotionally and physically safe environment. + Uses developmentally appropriate play experiences as a primary tool in assessing and meeting the child's psychosocial needs in the health-care setting. + Provides varied activities matching patient's condition and need. + Sets-up and organizes activity areas, and provides design input for patient areas, to promote use, orientation, and personalization, and provide comfort and security. + Creates a welcoming environment. Greets and introduces self and role upon initial contact with patient/family. + Refers appropriate patients to hospital school. Provides opportunities for and facilitates play and activities which promote self-healing, self-expression, understanding and mastery in an individual and group setting. + Recognizes and addresses the importance of therapeutic play in facilitating child's mastery and coping with the health-care experience (i.e., medical play, creative arts). + Allows patient/family to make choices and decisions to maximize feelings of control (i.e., what position is most comfortable, what coping technique to utilize, what toy to hold). Develops a plan-of-care based on assessment of child's development, temperament, coping style, medical plan and available social support using therapeutic play as a diagnostic and treatment tool. + Uses knowledge of patient/family coping styles, learning styles and needs based on developmental level, emotional state, cultural and religious practices, physical, cognitive limitations and language barrier. + Identifies basic principles of family-centered care and demonstrates the application of these in the plan of care. Interprets the child's perception of his/her diagnosis and treatment as revealed through play and other means of communication. Provides emotional support and stress reduction techniques during identified stress points. Records patient care information in the medical record and or the daily census sheets. Share information with the care giving team. + Assesses response to illness, hospitalization and/or treatment. + Identifies stress reduction techniques and is able to identify stress points. + Participates in interdisciplinary care planning. + Documents interdisciplinary and family collaboration, patient/family education, and age-specific care plan. + Compiles and organizes daily and monthly statistics using daily assessment tool. Offers support and counsel to family members to assist with their adaptation to the child's illness and health-care experiences and deal with their own stress and needs. Provides orientation to health-care experiences and personnel. Provides preparation for medical and surgical procedures. + Identifies and mobilizes resources as necessary for developmental intervention, procedural/surgical preparation, medical play, coping education and family support. + Identifies teaching, materials and techniques for different age groups and learning needs. + Provides orientation/teaching/preparation to patient and family regarding health-care experiences and personnel. + Refers appropriate patients for adjunct services (i.e., parenting programs, support groups, counseling). Performs related duties, as required. Qualifications + Bachelor's Degree in Child Life, Child Development, or related field, required. Master's degree, preferred. + Completion of a 480 hour internship, required. + Child Life certification must be obtained within 18 months of date of hire.
          (USA-NY-New Hyde Park) Patient Care Associate (LJ)      Cache   Translate Page      
**Req Number** 0028G3 Job Description As a Patient Care Associate under direction and supervision of the Registered Nurse, you will assist patients with activities of daily living. You will provide basic nursing care, and perform a variety of procedures, exams and tests. In addition will also assist in maintenance of a safe and clean environment, and promote improved customer relations Responsibilities Include: + Functions as a key member of the nursing care team participating in the implementation of the patient's plan of care. + Promotes improved customer relations with patients and their families. Makes recommendations for improved patient care and the promotion and maintenance of a safe, cost-effective health-care environment. + Assists the nurse in providing for all ADL (activities of daily living) needs of patients. Communicates and documents patient status. + Assists the nurse and other health team members by performing a variety of procedures, exams, tests, treatments and clerical duties as required by the unit. Communicates and documents all pertinent data. + Maintains non-patient and patient care units in a neat and orderly condition; strips patient units upon discharge and prepares rooms for new admissions; maintains necessary stock on all procedure and supply carts; and ensures that all equipment is clean and in its appropriate place. + Transports/accompanies patients to various departments, as directed; performs post-mortem care and transports body to morgue. + Utilizes proper isolation techniques and established safety, waste disposal and infection control procedures at all times. Follows Medical Center's policies and procedures supporting quality assurance efforts in-patient care services. + Participates in various continuing education programs, surveys, and attends staff meetings, as directed. + Accesses medication delivery and/or medication areas, as authorized, in the performance of required duties, as needed. Qualifications + High School Diploma or equivalent, required. + Successful completion of a NYS Certified Nursing Attendant, required **AND** Must pass Long Island Jewish Medical Center Patient Care Associate's competency test prior to entering training program. + Must pass Long Island Jewish medical Center training program within the normal probationary period. + Demonstrated competency in at least one of the following; EKG testing or venipuncture procedure, preferred. + Heart Saver Certification, preferred. + Ability to communicate effectively and follow written and/or oral instructions. Demonstrated competency in basic mathematics + Ability to operate all medical equipment necessary to perform job duties. + Ability to lift, turn, position, move and restrain patients as required
          Georgia Baptist Health Care Ministry Foundation Awards $3.6M in Healthcare Grants      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Re: What the Press Hides From You About Venezuela      Cache   Translate Page      

Venezuelans today are more literate (91.1 percent in 1995 as opposed to 30 percent in the 1920s) and have a longer life expectancy (73.07 years in 2000 as opposed to 43 years in 1940). Still, in 1997, 67 percent of the population lived below the poverty line, and poverty appears to be increasing due to inflation and the 70 percent decrease in real wages since the 1980s. Venezuela has made great strides in meeting the basic needs of its citizens since the 1950s, but economic problems since the 1980s have eroded these early successes.

Education is compulsory in Venezuela up to the age of 14, and 75 percent of the country's students are enrolled in its public primary and secondary schools, though there are high rates of absenteeism attributed to poverty. Since the 1980s, educational spending has fallen below the average in South America. In 1983, Venezuela spent 7.4 percent of its GDP on education, but only 3.8 percent in 1998, and low pay has led to teacher shortages.

There are 99 public and private colleges and universities in Venezuela. The public university system in Venezuela has fared better than the lower education system. Venezuela boasts a number of national universities in various states that offer degrees through to the graduate and professional level. There are 2 national universities in Caracas alone. Tuition is free. Promising students are often given scholarships to study at foreign universities.

The ministry of education has also begun to emphasize the importance of technical and vocational education in secondary schools. A system of adult-education has been developed to teach literacy and job skills to Venezuelans.

Venezuela enjoys some of the highest health standards in South America in terms of infant mortality (26.4 per 1,000 population) and longevity (73.07 life expectancy). Much of this was made possible by government intervention. Much of the population gets its medical care from facilities and hospitals operated by the Venezuelan Social Security Institute. Treatment at the country's clinics is free, though there is a small charge for prescription drugs. At the public hospitals, the poor receive treatment for free, and a small fee is charged to those who can afford to pay it. There is also a public welfare program that provides survivor and old-age pensions, maternity benefits, and payment for work-related accidents and illnesses. The institute finances its activities by a mandatory payment of 12 percent of the salaries of all Venezuelan workers. The government has had great success in implementing programs of prenatal care and children's immunization, improving water and sanitary conditions, and eliminating diseases.

The 1999 constitution guarantees to Venezuela's citizens a health-care system that is funded by the government. In 1979, 14 percent of the government's budget was targeted to providing health services, but by 1999, that percentage had fallen to 6 percent of the national budget. A fall in the salaries of health care providers has been accompanied by a decrease in the quantity and quality of services provided. One response to this problem has been for the central government to allow the states to make more decisions about how to spend the country's health care budget. This approach has had some success in improving the delivery of health care in some areas. Another approach, rejected by the Chávez government, called for the privatization of the Venezuelan Social Security Institute.

The urbanization of Venezuelan society since the 1950s has created its own class structures by leaving behind many rural workers, many of whom are poor, illiterate, and undocumented. Some of them live in public housing, others live rent-free in the barrios (slums) of Venezuela's cities, of which there are more than 1,000 in Caracas alone.

Source: Nation's Encyclopedia


          Mike's Blog Round Up      Cache   Translate Page      
Mike's Blog Round Up

Crazy Eddie’s Motie News: Sears and Kmart aren’t dead yet, but they’re not at all well, either.

Lance Mannion: For 2020, can Democrats lean on Pete?

Echidne of the Snakes: The media double-standard for women candidates, Amy Klobuchar edition.

XPostFactoid: A political reality for Democratic health care reformers is that roughly 40 million Americans have employer-sponsored insurance with more generous benefits than Medicare.

Speaking of which, your quote of the day:
"I’ve not seen that.” (Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH), asked to identify a country with the kind of “free-market” health care system he supports, March 10, 2017.)

Guest blogging Mike's Blog Round Up for the last time this week is Jon Perr from Perrspectives. Send your tips, recommendations, comments and angst to mbru AT crooksandliars DOT com.


          Tilting at windmills won’t solve our health-care woes      Cache   Translate Page      
Almost all health services are contracted out to private providers – doctors (most of whom are corporations), hospitals (which are not-for-profit corporations), pharmacies, pharmaceutical companies, device manufacturers (for-profit corporations), home care and long-term care facilities (a mix of non-profit and for-profit corporations) and so on.... we have the least-universal universal health-insurance system in the world. More than 30 per cent of care is paid for privately.
          So-called ‘super agency’ not a magic cure for Ontario’s health-care woes      Cache   Translate Page      
All of these problems are well-known. The fixes for them are well-known, too. None of them involves merging all the province’s health-care agencies into one... If we want a super-agency to oversee all of health care, wouldn’t that be the health ministry? If the ministry doesn’t do that, what does it do? ... Rather than waste time, money and energy on reshaping the health bureaucracy, the Ford government should move directly to specific solutions to well-identified problems.
          Venezuela and the Imperialist Coup Attempt, 1 Million Person Left Front March in India & more -- The Week in News, Opinion and Videos February 3 - 10      Cache   Translate Page      

This week's list of articles, news items, opinion pieces and videos that I see as a must if you are looking for a roundup that should be of interest to The Left Chapter readers.



This list covers the week of February 3 - 10.

In addition to a general overview of news and opinion, this week's installment for the third week in a row begins with a large section devoted to the ongoing attempts of the United States with its lackeys in Canada and Europe to overthrow the legitimate government of Venezuela and install a regime beholden to imperialism and global capital.

There is also a section of photos and articles related to the 1,000,000 person strong Left Front rally in India that, of course, got virtually no mainstream media coverage.

1) What the mainstream media doesn’t tell you about Venezuela

Yves Engler 

The corporate media is wholeheartedly behind the federal government’s push for regime change in Venezuela. The propaganda is thick and, as per usual, it is as much about what they don’t, as what they do, report. Here are some important developments that have largely been ignored by Canada’s dominant media:

2) The Article Facebook Doesn’t Want You to Share: Venezuela Is Not Alone

The Red Phoenix 

The following article from the Cuban newspaper Granma is being censored by Facebook, and is not shareable on the platform with the original link. We present it here.

"Democracy" in Action...the "free press" is welcome as long as it tows the government line:



3) Trump Admin Pressured Spain Gov't to Support US-Backed Coup in Venezuela: Report

Telesur 

“The US diplomat made two demands: for Spain to immediately recognize Guaidó as the legitimate president, and to cut off all dialogue with Maduro,” El Pais reported.

4) Evo Morales Visits Venezuela, Rejects 'Empire's Coup' Against Maduro

Telesur 

Evo arrived in Venezuela from New York where he had participated in the launch of the International Year of Indigenous Languages in the United Nations.



5) Twitter Erupts After 2,000 Pro-Venezuelan Accounts Are Deleted


Venezuela Analysis 

A total of 1,196 social media accounts based in Venezuela have been closed accused of “influencing domestic audiences.”

6) Nepal Communist Party against foreign interference in Venezuela

The Kathmandu Post 

The ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) has said that there should not be any external interference in the internal affairs of any country, expressing its concerns over the ongoing crisis in Venezuela.

On 23 January, 2019, Juan Guaidó declared himself President of Venezuela. He was immediately recognized as such by the US. This is a coup, now backed not just by the US, but by Canada and Europe. The US is attempting to destroy the Bolivarian revolution and the gains made for the Venezuelan working class, in order to subject Venezuela to merciless exploitation.



7) Canada: The Empire’s Shadowy Cousin



Fernando Arce, The Media Co-Op

The decision from Global Affairs Canada to recognize an unelected, unconstitutionally self-proclaimed interim president of Venezuela came “within minutes” of Juan Guaido’s  declaration on Jan. 23, the CBC reports. A mere two weeks after the inauguration of democratically-elected Nicolas Maduro, Guaido, a little-known politician heading Venezuela’s opposition-controlled National Assembly declared himself president until another election is held. Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland issued a statement shortly thereafter fully supporting Guaido and demanding the ouster of Maduro.

8) Peaceful Pro- and Anti-Government Marches of Similar Size Take Over Caracas

The Real News Network

TRNN Correspondent Dimitri Lascaris reports from the ground in Caracas about Saturday’s pro- and anti-government marches, highlighting their peacefulness and equal size.

9) Regime Change Canadian Style for Venezuela

The Real News Netwrok

The Lima Group met in Ottawa and signed the Ottawa Declaration to oust President Maduro from power in Venezuela. 13 conservative Latin American governments, plus Canada, officially recognized Juan Guaido as the transitional President of Venezuela and accepted Venezuela’s membership to the Lima Group. Yves Engler, Dimitri Lascaris, and Greg Wilpert discuss the outcome.



10) British military presence near Venezuela ‘extremely concerning

Phil Miller, The Morning Star

BRITAIN’S navy and marines are conducting military exercises close to Venezuela, the Morning Star has discovered.



11) The truth on Venezuela is being systematically silenced

The Morning Star

JOURNALISTS are barred from the Lima Group’s press conferences on Venezuela just days after Twitter confirmed it had deleted thousands of social media users’ accounts in the country for attempting to “influence domestic audiences.”

12) NICOLÁS MADURO: AN OPEN LETTER TO THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES

Popular Resistance via Facebook

If I know anything, it is about peoples, such as you, I am a man of the people. I was born and raised in a poor neighborhood of Caracas. I forged myself in the heat of popular and union struggles in a Venezuela submerged in exclusion and inequality. I am not a tycoon, I am a worker of reason and heart, today I have the great privilege of presiding over the new Venezuela, rooted in a model of inclusive development and social equality, which was forged by Commander Hugo Chávez since 1998 inspired by the Bolivarian legacy.

13) CUPW Condemns Canada for Supporting US-Backed Coup in Venezuela

CUPW

CUPW condemns the Government of Canada’s decision to recognize Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido as the legitimate president of Venezuela, over the elected president Nicolas Maduro.

14) ELN interview: Colombian Marxist guerrillas 'will fight' US troops if they invade Venezuela

Mathew Charles, The Telegraph 

A feared hard Left guerrilla group operating in the mountains that border Venezuela and Colombia has vowed to respond to any military intervention by the US to topple Nicolas Maduro.

15) Venezuela says plane from Miami delivered weapons for use by enemies of Maduro

Tim Johnson, McClatchy

Venezuelan authorities say a U.S.-owned air freight company delivered a crate of assault weapons earlier this week to the international airport in Valencia to be used in “terrorist actions” against the embattled government of Nicolás Maduro.

16) Juan Guaidó: The Man Who Would Be President of Venezuela Doesn’t Have a Constitutional Leg to Stand On

Roger Harris, COHA

Donald Trump imagines Juan Guaidó is the rightful president of Venezuela. Mr. Guaidó, a man of impeccable illegitimacy, was exposed by Dan Cohen and Max Blumenthal as “a product of a decade-long project overseen by Washington’s elite regime change trainers.” Argentinian sociologist Marco Teruggi described Guaidó in the same article as “a character that has been created for this circumstance” of regime change. Here, his constitutional credentials to be interim president of Venezuela are deconstructed.

17) Corporate Canada behind slow motion coup attempt in Venezuela

Yves Engler

It’s convenient but incorrect to simply blame the USA for Ottawa’s nefarious role in the slow motion attempted coup currently underway in Venezuela.

18) Bloody Canada: Cheerleading the Lima Group’s Plot to Overthrow the Government of Venezuela

Maria Paez Victor, Counterpunch 

Canada has become the cheerleader of the Lima Group, an ad-hoc, self-appointed busybody group formed specifically to overthrow the legitimate government of Venezuela.

19) ‘Progressive’ Trudeau government attacks Venezuela

John Clarke, Counterfire 

With neoliberalism's sights set on Venezuela, John Clarke examines the imperialism of a superficially progressive Canada.

See also: Where Does the NDP Stand on Venezuela?



20) Venezuela's Guaido won't rule out authorizing US intervention

France 24

Venezuela's self-proclaimed acting leader Juan Guaido refused to rule out Friday the possibility of authorizing a US intervention to help force President Nicolas Maduro from power and alleviate a humanitarian crisis.



21) US Blockade on Venezuela Has Cost US$350 Billion: Report

Telesur

The Economic Debates Unit of the Latin American Geopolitical Strategic Center (CELAG) released a report on "the economic consequences of the boycott against Venezuela," on Friday, in which it is proved that the "international financial blockade to Venezuela since 2013 is the main responsible for the economic crisis."



22) ‘It smells dirty’: scandals loom over Bolsonaro after first month in office

 Tom Phillips and Anna Jean Kaiser, The Guardian

Far-right Brazilian president plagued by scandal and disaster – not that the bolsonaristas mind.

23) Disaster Capitalism in Brazil: Mining Greed Produces a Horrific Death Toll

Vijay Prashad, Common Dreams

On January 25, 2019, a dam burst in the town of Brumadinho, north of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The dam was built by the iron-ore company Vale to store residue after the iron ore had been extracted. Once the dam began to crumble, it did not take long for its 13 million cubic meters of iron waste to sweep down onto the workers and into their town.

24) Newly leaked documents show PC health-care changes 'done deal', NDP says

Chris Glover · CBC News 

Ontario NDP Leader Andrea Horwath revealed new documents on Monday she says show the province had already signed off on leaked health-care legislation the Progressive Conservatives dismissed as "just a draft" last week.




25) As West Bank Violence Surges, Israel Is Silent on Attacks by Jews

Isabel Kershner, The New York Times

A gang of a dozen or so armed Jewish settlers descended from a hilltop outpost to the Palestinian village below and opened fire, witnesses said. Israeli soldiers arrived, and instead of stopping the settlers, the witnesses said, they either stood by or clashed with the villagers.

26) Liam Neeson’s interview shows that for some, black people are still not fully human

Gary Younge, The Guardian 

When an actor admits to looking for a black man to murder, racism is not some historical problem. We are still fair game


Million Person March Against Modi, The Left Front, Kolkata, India:



27) A million Communists rally in India pledging to oust Modi

Ben Cowles, People's World

One million people gathered in Kolkata’s largest public park Sunday pledging to oust Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s right-wing BJP party from West Bengal in the upcoming elections.





28) Million-strong ‘People’s Brigade’ in India pledges to oust right wing forces



People's Dispatch

A huge rally was held in the city of Kolkata, India, with the call of overthrowing the governments of Narendra Modi in the center and Mamata Banerjee in the State of West Bengal.

29) Man nicknamed ‘Dr. No’ because he denied so many refugees, rehired to decide asylum claims

Brian Hill and Andrew Russell, Global News

A former refugee judge who once wrote that most refugees are liars was recently rehired by Canada’s Immigration and Refugee Board (IRB) to decide asylum claims, Global News has learned.

For more information about "Dr. NO" see this Facebook post by the Toronto Association for Peace and Solidarity: https://www.facebook.com/torontopeace/posts/289762221710444?__tn__=C-R

30) Universal basic income – the fad is over

Ellen Clifford, The Morning Star 

The lived experience of disabled people is the final nail in the coffin of the once-trendy concept of univeral basic income.

31) It could soon be a lot easier for landlords to evict tenants in Toronto

Lauren O'Neil, Blog TO

Doug Ford's government has a plan in the works to boost Ontario's painfully limited supply of affordable rental housing units—and it may very well hinge on helping landlords evict their current tenants.

32) New socialist party offers alternative for left-leaning Dems

Jerome M. Segal, The Baltimore Sun

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s stunning primary victory over Congressman Joe Crowley in New York suggested a pronounced shift of the Democratic Party toward Socialism. But progressive voters should consider another model other than the left-leaning Democrat: a new socialist party.

33) Obituary: Remembering Canadian activist David Vasey

Rabble

Environmental activist and anti-fascist David Vasey passed away on January 27. He was 40 years old.

34) Former NDP MP Paul Dewar dies at 56

CTV News

Paul Dewar, the former NDP member of Parliament who represented Ottawa in the House of Commons for nearly a decade, has died.

35) Trudeau denies he pressured justice minister to drop prosecution of SNC-Lavalin


Jim Bronskill And Joan Bryden, The Canadian Press 

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has denied a potentially incendiary allegation that his office told former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould to help SNC-Lavalin avoid a criminal prosecution.

36) Viktor Orbán has crossed all the red lines. And no one’s stopped him

Dóra Diseri, The Guardian 

Despite weeks of protest in Hungary, it’s clear now the PM can rely on support within the EU to shield him from criticism.

37) The ‘Peacekeeper’ Vigilante Website and Freedom of Speech in Ukraine

Halyna Mokrushyna, Counterpunch 

The 2013-2014 pro-European Union protest movement in Ukraine known as the ‘Euromaidan’ is officially celebrated in Ukraine and is largely recognized in the West as a pro-democratic, peaceful, popular revolution against the ‘corrupt autocratic regime’ (according to the mainstream Western and Ukrainian media) of president Victor Yanukovych. Ukrainians should now breathe more freely, live better and enjoy the rule of law and freedom of speech. And yet today, under the supposedly democratic, post-Euromaidan government, there is much less freedom in Ukraine and much more political violence.

38) 'We still miss him, still love him': Colten Boushie's family keeps pressing for reforms

 Jason Warick, CBC News

Debbie Baptiste is still wearing her grey "Justice for Colten" T-shirt.

39) ‘We’re not bluffing’: Ontario First Nation urges Trudeau, O’Regan to witness housing crisis

Maham Abedi and Andrew Russell, Global News

Cat Lake First Nation in northwestern Ontario is facing a housing crisis that’s leaving children sick — and officials are calling on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to see it for himself.

40) Vaccinations jump 500% in antivax hotspot amid measles outbreak

Beth Mole, ars technica 

Demand for measles vaccines leapt 500 percent last month in Clark County, Washington—a hotbed for anti-vaccine sentiment that has now become the epicenter of a ferocious measles outbreak.

41) Is Spain’s Left-Wing Party Podemos Cracking Up?

Sebastiaan Faber and Bécquer Seguín, The Nation 

Early in the morning on January 17, Pablo Iglesias, the 40-year-old leader of Podemos, Spain’s second-largest party on the left, received an unexpected phone call from his old friend Íñigo Errejón, 35. Iglesias was at home, on parental leave to take care of his infant twins. Errejón called to tell him that he had changed his mind about the upcoming regional elections, which will be held in May and will coincide with municipal elections and elections to the European Parliament.

42) Nehanda Abiodun, 68, Black Revolutionary Who Fled to Cuba, Dies

Daniel E. Slotnik, The New York Times

Nehanda Abiodun, a radical black nationalist who was charged in the deadly botched robbery of a Brink’s armored truck in 1981 and then spent decades as a fugitive in Cuba, a hero to would-be revolutionaries and a criminal to many others, died on Jan. 30 at her home in Havana. She was 68.

Gamer Samantha Schwemm Shows How Others Treat Her Online for Being A Woman



43) After Dissent in Louisiana Abortion Case, Warnings That 'Kavanaugh Has Declared War on Roe v. Wade'


Jake Johnson, Common Dreams

While relieved that the Supreme Court temporarily blocked state's anti-abortion law, NARAL says "it's a sobering reminder that our rights hang by a dangerously thin thread."

44) Sudbury Soldiers of Odin Member Justin Smith is People’s Party of Canada Candidate For Huron-Bruce

Anti-Racist Sudbury 

We were doing one of our regular check-ins with the Sudbury Soldiers of Odin recently when we noticed that one of the guys has moved on to the realm of slightly more respectable racism. We know Justin Smith from 2017 when, for some reason, after a petition campaign by Sudbury Against Fascism to stop them from volunteering at a local soup kitchen, he took over the leadership of the local chapter from the former president David MacKinnon.

45) Monday Strike For Denver Teachers

Telesur 

After negotiations for better pay, and improved working conditions came to a stalemate Saturday night, the Denver Classroom Teachers Association announced they'd be on-strike beginning Monday.

Members of the official "resistance" join in rousing chants of USA on the floor of the Imperial Congress much to Emperor Trump's great approval during the State of the Empire address:




See also: Venezuela Imperialist Coup Attempt -- The Week in News, Opinion and Videos January 27 - February 3


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