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The Coup Attempt in Ecuador — US Testing the Water?

October 1, 2010


Consider the following information regarding yesterday’s coup attempt in Ecuador.  First an RT interview with Eva Golinger.  Second, two articles, authored by Jean-Guy Allard — the first one confirms a story that broke in 2008 about US intelligence penetration of the Ecuadoran police and the second one describes the meddling by the US ambassador in […]

VIDEO – Jamaica and Haiti: Criminalizing Resistance to Oppression and Occupation

June 16, 2010


The relationship between state authority and the poor of the world is defined by criminalization, defamation and provocation.  To prevent the poor from progressing, state authority issues propaganda that criminalizes the poor and defames its leaders.  With the propaganda stage set, the state provokes the poor until a response is elicited. Then, the state takes the poor’s response and touts it as the aggressive nature […]

Jamaica: International Pressure Grows for Probe Into Tivoli Gardens Killings

June 8, 2010


Well, well, well Jose Miguel Vivanco, Americas Director for Human Rights Watch (HRW), is calling for an independent investigation into the “shooting fest” by security forces in Jamaica.  Vivanco states that it is critical to determine whether the killings are the result of “excessive force” or “outright executions.”  Gee, Jose Miguel, I’m not sure if there […]