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‘The last straw’: the US families ending love affair with grocery chain after Capitol riot 

 

Wendy Mize’s family grew up on Publix, disciples to the giant supermarket chain’s empirical marketing slogan: “Where shopping is a pleasure”. As infants, her three daughters wore diapers bought from the Publix baby club. As children, they munched on free cookies from the bakery. There were even perks for the family’s pets, who are proud members of Publix Paws.

But now the decades-long love affair is over. After a member of Publix’s founding family donated $300,000 to the Donald Trump rally that preceded January’s deadly Capitol riots, Mize is pulling out of what she says has become “an abusive, dysfunctional relationship”, and joining others in a boycott of the Florida-based grocery chain that operates more than 1,200 stores across seven south-eastern states.

‘The last straw’: the US families ending love affair with grocery chain after Capitol riot

Tags: $, Backlash, Business, Campaign, Choices, Environment, Food, Hate, Hostility, Privacy, Shopping, Support, Unemployment, Voting, War

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15-Feb-2021


World War III is now 'a real risk' due to economic damage caused by Covid, UK's military chief warns - as he predicts armies of robots will fight future conflicts 

 

General Sir Nick Carter, the Chief of the Defence Staff, said Britain and the rest of the world would need to 'learn' from history and the international missteps that led to the previous world wars in the last century given the uncertainties caused by Covid-19.

Sir Nick told the Sophy Ridge On Sunday programme there was a worry that the increase in regional conflicts playing out across the world could ramp up into 'a full-blown war', mirroring the run-up to the two world wars in the 20th century when a series of alliances between countries led to years of bloodshed.

The senior official argued that, with the world being 'a very uncertain and anxious place' during the pandemic, there was the possibility 'you could see escalation lead to miscalculation'.

'We have to remember that history might not repeat itself but it has a rhythm and if you look back at the last century, before both world wars, I think it was unarguable that there was escalation which led to the miscalculation which ultimately led to war at a scale we would hopefully never see again,' said Sir Nick.

'If I projected forward another 10 years, I think we should be in no doubt that warfare will look different, there will be robots on our battlefield in future - there already are today,' he added.

World War III is now 'a real risk' due to economic damage caused by Covid, UK's military chief warns - as he predicts armies of robots will fight future conflicts

Tags: Awareness, Backlash, Coronavirus, Environment, Hate, History, Hostility, Interference, Military, Perception, Politics, Profiling, Threat, War, World

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08-Nov-2020


Dismantling the Myth of the “Black Confederate” 

 

Spend any amount of time talking about slavery on the internet, and you’ll eventually encounter the claim that there were “black Confederates” that fought for the South. “Over the past few decades, claims to the existence of anywhere between 500 and 100,000 black Confederate soldiers, fighting in racially integrated units, have become increasingly common,” writes historian Kevin Levin in his new book, Searching for Black Confederates: The Civil War’s Most Persistent Myth.

“Proponents assert that entire companies and regiments served under Robert E. Lee’s command, as well as in other theaters of war.” Look, believers say (directly or subtextually): The Confederacy can’t have been so bad for black people. Otherwise, why would they have defended it?

Levin’s book explains how this myth came about—while neatly dismantling it. We spoke recently about actual Confederates’ perspectives on black soldiers; why former “body servants” attended Confederate reunions during Jim Crow; and how the World Wide Web gave this story legs.

Slate

Tags: Book, History, Race, War, Writing

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06-Sep-2019


Marines have way more sex than any other branch of the military, survey finds 

 

This just in: A new report from the RAND Corp. has found that Marines have more sex than any other branch of the U.S. military.

Queerty

Tags: All Rights, Americans, Military, Sex, Sex Identity, Study, War

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03-Aug-2018