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“South of the Border” Gets Rave Review – See Trailer

June 23, 2010


Trailer of “South of the Border” written by Tariq Ali and Mark Weisbrot and produced by Oliver Stone.  Review follows. From Louis Proyect’s Blog: The Unrepentant Marxist   Louis Proyect Review of “South of the Border” With a screenplay co-written by Tariq Ali and Mark Weisbrot, Oliver Stone’s South of the Border promised to be a […]

Bolivian President Threatens to Expel USAID – Appointment of Mark Feierstein as USAID Deputy Doesn’t Help

June 11, 2010


 Bolivian President Threatens to Expel U.S. International Relief Agency June 7, 2010 5:29 p.m. EST Tom Ramstack – AHN News Correspondent La Paz, Bolivia (AHN) – Bolivian President Evo Morales is threatening to expel a U.S. relief agency that assists underdeveloped nations after accusing it of supporting his political adversaries. He said the U.S. Agency […]

Allard: Spanish “Partido Popular” Financed Coup Against Bolivian President

June 9, 2010


Spanish Partido Popular financed coup against Bolivian president Jean-Guy Allard THE Fundación Iberoamérica Europa (FIE), a branch of the Spanish right-wing Partido Popular (currently led by Mariano Rajoy), which was formerly directed by Ana Botella, wife of former Prime Minister José Maria Aznar, paid out millions to support the failed coup against Bolivian President Evo […]

FIDEL: “Imperialism and Drugs”

May 31, 2010


Reflections by Fidel Castro Imperialism and Drugs When I was arrested in Mexico by the Security Federal Police, which as fate would have it found some of our movements suspicious even though we took every precaution to avoid being hit by Batista’s bloody hand, –as it was the case on January 10, 1929 when Machado’s […]

The Good Guy Who Likes to Go After the Bad Guys: Spanish Judge, Baltasar Garzon

May 21, 2010


Garzon is a maverick  judge and now he is paying for it.  In 1998, he issued an arrest warrant for Augusto Pinochet.  A few months after the June 28 coup in Honduras, he travelled there to investigate human rights abuses committed by the coup government.  He concluded that there was ample cause for concern. But when he begain to […]

Morales’ Speech to G-77 at UN: Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth

May 13, 2010


  Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth Speech to the G77 at the United Nations by President Evo Morales     Global Research, May 12, 2010 I have come here to share the conclusions of the First World People’s Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth, held last April 20th […]

May 7 Press Conf. at UN on Climate Issues: Morales Takes US to Task

May 8, 2010


Watch video of yesterdays’ press conference at UN. Bolivian Morales Charges at USA   Escrito por Raquel Maria Garcia Alvarez   viernes, 07 de mayo de 2010 United Nations, May 7 (Prensa Latina) “The United States took preference tariffs from Bolivia and we are better off without them,” Bolivian President Evo Morales asserted at the UN on […]

Bolivia Nationalizes Four Power Companies

May 2, 2010


Critics say Morales, 50, has scared away crucial foreign investment with nationalizations of companies and is not acting on behalf of all Bolivians but primarily for Aymara and Quechua Indians and other indigenous groups.  (Payback is hell!)   Bolivia Nationalizes Four Power Companies  Diego Ore and Eduardo Garcia LA PAZ Sat May 1, 2010 6:10pm […]

Venezuela and Russia Sign 31 Strategic Agreements

April 3, 2010


Now, THIS is a red carpet welcome! Putin visit to Caracas consolidates bilateral ties. Photo: Miraflores Press   Russia and Venezuela Sign 31 Strategic Agreements Venezuela and Russia signed 31 bilateral cooperation agreements on Friday in the framework of Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin’s first visit to Caracas By: Juana Carrasco Martín Email: 2010-04-03 | 12:53:26 […]

Eugene Robinson – Shame on You

April 21, 2009

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Eugene Robinson, I don’t know where to start regarding your utterly unnecessary article, “When Slapped, Slap Back.” For some reason, you think it is a good idea to jump on the Republican bandwagon, albeit very temporarily, to hurl insults at Chavez and ding President Obama concerning their interaction at the Summit of the Americas in […]