John M. Repp

John M. Repp, writes for PeaceVoice and is an activist in Seattle.

Articles by this author

"The symptoms of the devastating inequality here include Americans now living shorter and sicker lives than citizens of other rich democracies." (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images) Views
Friday, June 15, 2018
UN Report Says US is a “Shithole Country”
Philip Alston is the UN special rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights. He traveled to the United States last December to some of our most destitute communities such as Skid Row in LA, poor African American areas in the Alabama, impoverished coal communities in West Virginia and to Puerto...
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Friday, February 22, 2013
Jet Fighter Wings into Wind Turbine Blades
The real security of our society and our world depends upon changing how we produce and use energy. We need to get off fossil fuels, change how we farm and refit our buildings. There is a strong consensus among our scientists that this is necessary to prevent catastrophic climate change.
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Sunday, December 02, 2012
The Wealthy Like Redistribution – Their Way
Republicans and corporate media are always talking about taxing the rich as “redistribution of wealth” as if the capitalist economy is not itself a great redistribution engine. In its normal workings, capitalism redistributes the money and labor of poor and working people to the rich.
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