How to end a government?

2018-06-17t230508z_990056013_rc165865c140_rtrmadp_3_nicaragua-protests.jpg_1718483346

Nicaragua’s opposition paramilitary intimidation and media terror campaign have brought fear, insecurity, and hardship to around 30 of Nicaragua’s 153 municipalities.

The last months a dirty war has been unleashed in the central country as a justification to provoke teh resignation of Daniel Ortega, democratically re-elected in 2016.

The wave of violence unleashed by the most reactionary sectors in that country is aimed at sowing panic in the population and at attracting international attention so that the Sandinista government is accused before the same repressive and subversive mechanisms of the Latin American oligarchies, mainly in the OAS.

Continue reading “How to end a government?”

Advertisements

The weeds undermine the enemies of Cuba at the Lima Summit

 

We all remember with disdain the so-called “Nena de CADAL”, the Argentine Micaela Hierro Dori, who was one of the main leaders in the recruitment of members of the Cuban internal counterrevolution to achieve their participation in the forums parallel to VII Summit of the Americas in Panama, with the support of the subversive NED and USAID subversive.

But why not reveal the opportunist and immoral interests behind this false activists from “civil society”?.

In the recent years Micaela saw declining her leadership before the eyes of its financiers. Despite her excessive desire for protagonism, she stubbornly maintained her reactionary positions, without taking into account the director of CICES and the leader of the Argentine chapter of the Youth League, which is being viewed with suspicion and distrust within the reactionary sectors breastfed by Washington and the Latin American right.

Continue reading “The weeds undermine the enemies of Cuba at the Lima Summit”

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

26056048_1571715672908757_1270927343701223530_n
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.

Continue reading “Corruption in Latin America: making the common heritage for accumulation by dispossession”

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, ”

Continue reading “U.S. senator Marco Rubio, about liberties…”

Venezuelans Attend PSUV Party Registration

Thousands of Venezuelans have registered to receive identification cards for membership in the ruling United Socialist Party of Venezuela, PSUV, throughout the weekend ahead of the country’s upcoming elections.

PSUV leader Diosdado Cabello declared the registration day as a “success” in all states.

From one registration point in Caracas, Cabello publicly announced his satisfaction with the nationwide process, which he said reaffirmed the people’s loyalty towards Venezuela’s revolutionary process.

“The system is overloaded by the amount of people registering for their ID. We’re very happy the PSUV is on the streets,” Cabello said.

He pointed out that the party is undertaking a “great effort” to  maintain popular support “so it can be the base political organization for the revolution in Venezuela.”

Continue reading “Venezuelans Attend PSUV Party Registration”

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?

Continue reading “United States turns its plans of military invasion to Latin America”

Venezuelan economy will be recovered

Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro gestures as he arrives for the swearing in ceremony of the newly elected governor of Zuila state Omar Prieto (not pictured), in MaracaiboVenezuela has recently been through a difficult situation due to economic and political war against the Bolivarian revolution.

However, last municipal elections have demonstrated that Revolution is still alive.

President Nicolas Maduro has also held a planning workshop with the country’s mayors in a bid to ensure a path to “economic recovery” in 2018.

Maduro met with the 335 mayors elected December 10 to host the Strategic Planning Workshop of the Territorial Government System of the Federal Council of Government (CFG).

Continue reading “Venezuelan economy will be recovered”

Declaration of Lima: a hypocrite group position

declaracion-lima-alta

The Declaration of Lima, signed by Foreign Ministers and Representatives of Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay and Peru, on August 8, 2017 to address the situation in Venezuela is by far the worst support for that country.

Although these representatives met with the objective of contributing to the “restoration of democracy” in Venezuela through a “peaceful and negotiated exit”, their hypocrite proposal is more like a biased position in favor of the interests of a political and business minority that an expression of the will of its peoples.

Continue reading “Declaration of Lima: a hypocrite group position”

CIA: Venezuela risk…

2017-08-13t133842z_1_lynxnped7c0b0_rtroptp_3_usa-security-intelligence.jpg_1718483346
CIA´s director, Mike Pompeo supports a “military solution” to the Venezuelan conflict

U.S. CIA director Mike Pompeo agreed with president Trump not ruling out “a military option” in Venezuela Sunday saying that the South American country could become a risk to the U.S. because “the Cubans are there, the Russians are there, the Iranians, Hezbollah are there.”

During an interview with “Fox News Sunday” this weekend, Pompeo described Venezuela’s situation as a serious risk to the United States.

“It’s a civil war, I understand it’s a terrible situation,” Fox News journalist Chris Wallace said, ”but ultimately why is it our problem?” he asked.

“Look,” Pompeo said, “Venezuela could very easily become a risk for the United States of America. The Cubans are there, the Russians are there, the Iranians, Hezbollah are there. This is something that has a risk of getting to a very, very bad place. So, America needs to take this very seriously.”

While at his golf course in New Jersey Friday, Trump told reporters that the U.S. has a number of solutions to Venezuela’s situation and military force was still an option being considered.

Continue reading “CIA: Venezuela risk…”