17 States demand Trump administration towards migrants

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The Donald Trump administration was sued Tuesday by 17 states and the District of Columbia, which are seeking to stop what they called its “cruel and unlawful” policy of forcibly separating immigrant families who enter the country from Mexico.

In a complaint filed with the United States district court in Seattle, the states called President Donald Trump’s June 20 executive order purporting to suspend the separations “illusory.”

The complaint said the administration’s policy is also unconstitutional in part because it is “motivated by animus and a desire to harm” immigrants arriving from Latin America.

The Trump administration has been particularly cruel to Latin American migrants alleging that they are thieves, rapists, murderers or that they come from what the xenophobic president himself called “sewer countries”.

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Trump Politics in Peru’s Progressive People’s Summit

 

Peru‘s alternative People’s Summit is accomplishing more than its official counterpart, the VIII Summit of Americas, according to the Caribbean Peace Council.

Caribbean Peace Council representative David Comissiong, from Barbados, described the contrast between the two international conventions from both the political and civic perspective.

“I am here primarily as part of the official summit, but the civilian society segment of it (the Summit of Americas) almost did not get off the ground because there was such a tremendous protest against the exclusion of Venezuela.”

The VIII Summit of the Americas is taking place April 13 and 14 in Lima, Peru and centers on ‘Democratic Governance against Corruption‘ – at a time when sprawling international scandals have engulfed mutliple Latin American leaders, including former Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski.

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Corruption in Latin America: making the common heritage for accumulation by dispossession

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Protests against current Peruvian president Pedro Pablo Kuczynski

If one asks anyone in the streets of Santiago de Chile, La Paz, Lima, Caracas or Mexico City about the main problems in their country, it is very likely that corruption is one of the first names. We can also find this idea by reviewing portals, channels and newspapers, with recent references throughout the region. An extraordinarily significant sample is Brazil, where the President of the Republic was dismissed in 2016 (i) under accusations of mismanagement of public funds by a Senate whose president was imprisoned a few months later on charges of proven corruption; At that time, a vice president was appointed who today faces charges for the same reason, without mentioning that he is trying to carry out a similar case against the now candidate and former president Lula da Silva (ii). Apparently similar situations of impeachment or prosecution processes occur in Ecuador, in Peru and throughout the continent. In the Dominican Republic, the so-called “Green March” brings together sectors of the left, center and right that mobilize hundreds of thousands against the corruption of the State, a similar case occurring in Haiti.

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U.S. senator Marco Rubio, about liberties…

descargaThe Republican senator of the United States, Marco Rubio, has directly and publicly encouraged the Venezuelan military corps to an uprising.

On February 28, he said to The New Herald: “The Venezuelan military, with popular support, can put an end to this dictatorship and restore freedom, dignity and the right of the people to govern themselves. If they decide to do it, I think they will enjoy enormous support from the United States and other free countries, ”

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United States turns its plans of military invasion to Latin America

bjhgijuyio The world has only known one aggressive and supremacist government since 19 th century: that of the United States of America. From the very constitution of the nation, U.S government´s policies toward the rest of the Latin American countries, there have been military invasions and coups, subversive and discriminatory plans, shameless exploitation of natural resources and all kinds of attacks promoted by the self-proclaimed government that defends democracy and the freedoms of individuals in and from anywhere in the world. Or should we say the corrupt world police?

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NBC apologizes for having praised Japan’s annexation of Korea

nbc_logo_-reuters_x1x.jpg_1334062246It seems that not only some reluctant governments have interfering behaviors concerning relations between countries and state affairs. Recently, NBC was forced to issue an apology after facing major backlash following a guest making remarks that were received as historically and culturally insensitive by viewers.

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God, please, bless America!

 

gThe United States lives politically an internal chaos that does not seem to end. The Trump Administration, questioned since its genesis by alleged links with the Kremlin, swims against the current like small salmon and terrified. This federal constitutional republic has become a libertarian nation, in which new revelations continue to appear against the New York leader. Apparently allies of the Congress and the Senate seem to play the role of turning their backs on such a crucial stage to the boss seeking their own benefit. The final Apocalypse is imminent.

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How long will U.S supremacist policies be sustained?

 

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U.S president Donald Trump referred to some immigrants as coming from “shithole countries” during a heated Oval Office meeting on immigration.

“Certain Washington politicians choose to fight for foreign countries, but President Trump will always fight for the American people,” White House spokesperson Raj Shah said in a statement.

Trump grew frustrated when lawmakers proposed retiring protections for immigrants from Haiti, El Salvador and several African countries as part of a bipartisan immigration deal, reports indicated.

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Is there hypocrisy when talking about human rights?

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Mohammed bin Salman, crown prince of Saudi Arabia

There are few countries whose governments are constantly accused of violating human rights. We could think about North Korea, Iran, Cuba and Venezuela because these are fire targets when talking about what West countries call “elementary liberties” and took by media as the center of dark and inconceivable fabrications.

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