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Nicaragua, ALBA, and Intellectual Betrayal

January 28, 2010


This is a long article.  I’m providing you an excerpt of the first several paragraphs and you can go to the site for the full article. From Venezuela Analysis Nicaragua, ALBA, and Intellectual Betrayal January 19th 2010, by Toni Solo People in Latin America have frequently found themselves fighting regular forces and mercenary contractors coordinated ultimately […]

HAITI: Engineered Earthquake? What Did the Pentagon Do and When Did It Do It?

January 22, 2010


Two articles: second one:  “US Quake Test Goes Horribly Wrong” is further below   Engineered Earthquake? US is Occupying Haiti as Troops Flood In 2010 January 19 tags: America, Caribbean, cold war, doomsday, earthquake, earthquake weapons, Haiti, Iran, nuclear bomb, Plasma, Port-au-Prince, Project 2012, Russia, shockwave bombs, Tesla Electromagnetic Pulse, U.S. troops, United States, US troops, […]

HAITI Earthquake: What Did Pentagon Know and When Did It Know It?

January 22, 2010


A Haiti Disaster Relief Scenario Was Envisaged by the US Military One Day Before the Earthquake By Michel Chossudovsky Global Research, January 21, 2010     A Haiti disaster relief scenario had been envisaged at the headquarters of US Southern Command (SOUTHCOM) in Miami one day prior to the earthquake. The holding of pre-disaster simulations […]

PENTAGON’S 21st Century Counterinsurgency Wars: Latin America and South Asia

August 2, 2009

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Pentagon’s 21st Century Counterinsurgency Wars: Latin America and South Asia By Rick Rozoff URL of this article: Global Research, August 1, 2009 More than half a year after the departure of the George W. Bush administration the United States is embroiled in its largest combat operation since the second attack on Fallujah in November […]