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COLOMBIA, US, VENEZUELA, ECUADOR: Improbable Laptops, Probable Endgame

July 7, 2008

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All that has happened in Colombia since March 1, 2008, when Colombia bombed a FARC camp in Ecuador that killed several people including FARC Commander, Raul Reyes, amounts to nothing but a prelude for the main event. If the US has its way, Colombia, especially after the “rescue” of the hostages a few days ago, […]

Venezuela,Ecuador,Bolivia,Colombia: With Evo and FARC Weakened, Washington Begins its Checkmate Against Chavez and Correa

May 25, 2008

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From Machetera's blog http://machetera.wordpress.com/2008/05/23/the-pentagon-moves-its-pawns/#more-250 * * * With Evo and the FARC Weakened, Washington Begins its Checkmate Against Hugo Chávez and Rafael Correa Heinz Dieterich - Rebelión Translation: Machetera 1. The Checkmate Scenario Washington has reached the following conclusions: 1. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) have lost their operational capacity. 2. It has […]

Venezuela, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Bolivia: Clinical Death for OAS

April 26, 2008

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BY NIDIA DIAZ—Special for Granma International— • HISTORY is full of events that later prove to be defining in the lives of peoples. The call made by Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa for the foundation of “an organization of Latin American states that does not lend itself to tutelage… and which includes countries of the region […]

COLOMBIA-ECUADOR: This Time USA Cut Down to Size

March 18, 2008

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It’s been a breathless couple of weeks since Uribe and his murderous Colombian army bombed a FARC camp inside Ecuador. When the Colombian soldiers arrived at the camp site, they finished off those wounded and lured others to surrender so they could be killed on sight. So what came out of it all? Thanks to […]