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In Poland, Clinton Announces New Fund for “Embattled” NGOs – Destabilizing on Steroids?

July 3, 2010


Thanks to Walter Lippmann, editor of the CubaNews list, for providing this information. Here are two paragraphs from the very bottom of the speech to which readers’s attention is drawn: “In the United States, as in many other democracies, it is legal and acceptable for private organizations to raise money abroad and receive grants from foreign […]

VIDEO: BBC Interviews Chavez – Reporter Gets Stupid, Chavez Sets Him Straight

June 17, 2010


On June 15, 2010, the BBC’s /Hardtalk/ program broadcast an wide-ranging interview with Venezuela’s President Hugo Chavez from the Miraflores Presidential Palace in Caracas. The interviewer, Stephen Sackur, clearly intended to provoke Chavez with a series of ill-informed and outright dishonest claims and questions. He did not succeed. In 3 parts and around 25 minutes […]

So, Hillary Thinks Raul and Fidel are Saboteurs? Queen of State Doth Protest with Great Hypocrisy

April 9, 2010


Castros sabotage ending U.S. Cuba embargo: Clinton     Reuters Friday, April 9, 2010; 8:13 PM  WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Cuba’s President Raul Castro and his brother, ex-leader Fidel Castro, have sought to sabotage U.S. moves to improve ties because they fear it will threaten their power, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said on Friday. Clinton […]