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Fidel Speaks to Large Crowd from the Steps of the University of Havana — Urges Students to Defend Peace (PICS)

September 3, 2010

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Following this short article are a few pictures taken at the event by photojournalist, Roberto Chile. The full set of pics can be found at Cubadebate — a link is provided directly after the article. Fidel looks nothing short of TERRIFIC!  Viva Fidel! Cuban Revolution Leader Adressses University Students in HavanaFidel Castro Urges University Students to […]

OAS: No Action on Colombia Allegations Regarding FARC in Venezuela

August 27, 2010

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OAS: No action on Venezuela FARC allegations Wednesday, 25 August 2010 14:28 Kirsten Begg Organization of American States (OAS) Secretary General Jose Miguel Insulza said Wednesday the international body has done everything it can to help patch up relations between Colombia and Venezuela. “The [Colombian] petition has been presented … there’s nothing else that can […]

Blackwater Provided “Unauthorized” Training in Colombia

August 25, 2010

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In a State Department report, largely about Blackwater trafficking arms and violating export regulations in Iraq and Afghanistan, there is information about the company  providing “unauthorized” military training in Colombia without the Department’s permission.  By pointing the finger at Blackwater now, the State Department is building its case for plausible deniability — “we had no idea […]

The UN Security Council Regime of Tribunals and Sanctions: A Smokescreen for Military Seizure of Regions and Resources

August 21, 2010

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While this article does not address Latin America nor the Caribbean, it provides an excellent analysis of the inner workings of a US-dominated UN Security Council (UNSC) in many areas of the world — Lebanon, Rwanda,Yugoslavia,Iraq, etc.  As you read the article, keep in mind that the UNSC used many of the same methods when it established a “peacekeeping” […]

FIDEL: The World Government (Part II)

August 19, 2010

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August 19, 2010  Cuban News Agency The World Government (Part II) Reflections by Comrade Fidel “The ABC of drug trafficking” “Opium is grown in different regions of the world: South America; The Golden Triangle made up by Laos, Burma and Thailand; and an area known as the Golden Crescent made up by Afghanistan, Pakistan and […]

FIDEL: “The World Government” (Part 1)

August 18, 2010

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The World Government (Part I) Reflections by Comrade Fidel In a recent reflection I wrote a couple of days ago –on August 15- in referring to an article published by the Cuban journalist Randy Alonso, the host of the national TV program “The Round Table”, about a meeting that was held at Dolce Hotel in […]

Arming Aid: Costa Rica, the US Military and the Ongoing “War” on Drugs

August 18, 2010

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Arming Aid: Costa Rica, the US Military and the Ongoing “War” on Drugs   Written by Jamie Way   Tuesday, 17 August 2010 13:31 The US will begin sending warships to Costa Rica as early as August 20 despite the fact that the Costa Rican Supreme Court agreed to hear a case challenging its constitutionality. The court […]

GOLINGER: Venezuela Has a Free and Dynamic Exchange of Ideas

August 16, 2010

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“Venezuela has a free and dynamic exchange of ideas” By Eva Golinger – Correo del Orinoco International, August 13th 2010 Last week a delegation of US educators from the Mayor’s Office in Oakland, California, visited Venezuela to exchange ideas and experiences with public education institutions and to gain a better understanding of the various levels […]

PANAMAX: US Military Exercises with 16 Countries in Latin America

August 16, 2010

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Here’s an English translation of the original article in Spanish which also follows.  The article is from the website “La Radio Primerisima” in Nicaragua. The exercises will be in the vicinity of the Panama Canal, Colombia, and the US states of Virginia and Florida.  Looks like jumpout squad hopscotch targeting Venezuela.  And, those US soldiers that were […]

Colombia’s Gain is DC’s Loss: Uribe to be “Distinguished Scholar” at Georgetown University

August 12, 2010

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On the bright side, it sure will be fun heckling him.      For immediate release August 11, 2010   Contact: Rob Mathis 202.687.4328 rwm33@georgetown.edu Former President of Colombia Now Georgetown Distinguished Scholar Washington, D.C. – The former president of Colombia – Álvaro Uribe Vélez – has been named a Distinguished Scholar in the Practice of […]