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Weisbrot – “Life Imitates Art: That Complets My Argument” More on South of the Border

July 16, 2010


      Life Imitates Art: That Completes My Argument By Mark Weisbrot   This article was published by The Guardian Unlimited (UK) on July 16, 2010. If anyone wants to repreint this article please include a link to the original article. It’s nice when you make a documentary about how the major media outlets […]

GOLINGER: 8 Years After Venezuelan Coup, “Coup and Countercoup, Revolution!”

April 14, 2010


President Chavez returns to the palace after 2002 coup   Coup and Countercoup, Revolution! By Eva Golinger – Correo del Orinoco International, April 13th 2010    In just 47 hours, a coup d’etat ousted President Chavez and a countercoup returned him to power, in an extraordinary showing of the will and determination of a dignified […]

Humanitarian Imperialism – “Caring for Haiti” by Michael Barker

February 16, 2010


  “Caring for Haiti” by Michael Barker  (Swans – February 8, 2010)   Humanitarian imperialism is a phenomenon that needs to be understood and unmasked by all who care to safeguard life. Yet to date, many thoughtful and often selfless individuals have failed to address the depths to which imperial forces have penetrated human rights […]

GOLINGER: Colored Revolutions: A New Form of Regime Change, Made in USA

February 11, 2010


Sunday, February 7, 2010 Colored Revolutions: A New Form of Regime Change, Made in USA by Eva Golinger In 1983, the strategy of overthrowing inconvenient governments and calling it “democracy promotion” was born. Through the creation of a series of quasi-private “foundations”, such as Albert Einstein Institute (AEI), National Endowment for Democracy (NED), International Republican […]

GRANMA: Eva Golinger Interview – For Social Justice in the Face of Permanent Aggression

January 29, 2010


GRANMA INTERNATIONAL Havana. January 29, 2010 For social justice in the face of permanent aggression• Interview with Venezuelan-American researcher and lawyer Eva Golinger OLGA DÍAZ RUIZ AND GEISY GUÍA (JOURNALISM STUDENT) THE Havana Book Fair has accustomed us to good, interesting publications. Its 19th edition brings us Eva Golinger, the Venezuelan-American writer and lawyer, for […]

CUBA: Washington Post Gets “F” in Cuban History

April 9, 2009

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In your “Coddling Cuba” editorial of April 9, you managed to resurrect several themes under which the US messed with Cuba over the last fifty years. In fact some of these themes even the Cuban American National Foundation have either rejected or is dubious about their usefulness. Please see CANF’s White Paper on US-Cuba relations […]