Browsing All posts tagged under »Uribe«

MACHETERA: Colombia’s Uribe Takes Dictation One Last Time

July 27, 2010


Colombia: Uribe’s Farewell Spectacle – español Atilio A. Boron Translation: Machetera and Manuel Talens Álvaro Uribe, the empire’s unconditional pawn, took his leave from the Colombian presidency with a new provocation: the denunciation of FARC camps which he claimed to be established on Venezuelan territory.  Being neither dimwitted nor lazy, the U.S. State Department came […]

The Latest Provocation of Colombia Against Venezuela – Support the Venezuelan Revolution!

July 26, 2010


The latest provocation of Colombia against Venezuelan – support the Venezuelan revolution! Written by Jorge Martín Monday, 26 July 2010 On Thursday, July 22, Venezuelan president Chávez decided to put the border with Colombia on maximum military alert, after Colombian president Alvaro Uribe made accusations that Venezuela was harbouring FARC guerrillas and demanded an “international […]

Hot Off the Press: Latest Edition of Correo del Orinoco – July 22

July 23, 2010


Check out the newest edition of Correo del Orinoco’s English edition — chock full of info on Venezuela’s severance of relations with Colombia!

“For the Dignity of Venezuela”: Venezuela Breaks Relations with Colombia by Eva Golinger

July 22, 2010


Thursday, July 22, 2010 VENEZUELA BREAKS RELATIONS WITH COLOMBIA “For the dignity of Venezuela” Venezuela and Colombia break relations President Chavez ordered maximum alert on Venezuela’s border with Colombia after the Uribe administration made grave accusations against Venezuela claiming the Chavez government harbors terrorists and terrorist training camps The outgoing government of Alvaro Uribe in […]

Venezuela Breaks Diplomatic Relations with Colombia, Groups Send Letter to OAS Criticizing Uribe

July 22, 2010


If interested in watching video of this morning’s session at the OAS where Colombia repeated  its ridiculous and baseless lies about the presence of FARC and ELN in Venezuelan territory, go to the OAS website video section.  It may take a while for the video to be posted, maybe as late as tomorrow.  But, keep […]

Venezuela FM: Colombia Accusations a “Pathetic Media Spectacle”

July 17, 2010


Colombia’s Accusations a “Pathetic Media Spectacle” against Venezuela Send to friend Printer-friendly version 0 By Tamara Pearson – Merida, July 16th, 2010 ( – Following accusations by the Colombian government that Venezuela is purposefully tolerating the presence of Colombian guerrilla “terrorists” in its territory, Venezuelan government officials have responded, saying the accusations are part […]

Uribe Takes Care of Some US Dirty Work Before He Leaves: Accuses Venezuela of Harboring FARC – Chavez Not Amused, Recalls Ambassador

July 16, 2010


Two articles follow. Venezuela recalls Colombia envoy as rebel row heats up July 16, 2010 By Natalia Ramos (AFP) – 8 hours ago CARACAS — Venezuela recalled its ambassador to Bogota on Friday a day after Colombia’s president claimed that leftist rebel leaders fighting his government were in the neighboring South American nation. In a […]

Treaty Giving US Forces Access to Colombian Military Bases Challenged in Colombian Court

March 9, 2010


US military pact to be challenged in Colombia’s Constitutional Court Iranian Press/TV: Colombia’s Constitutional Court is to review a treaty that gives US forces access to Colombian military bases, following a legal challenge of its unconstitutionality. The lawsuit brought by a legal group called ‘Jose Alvear Restrepo,’ argue that the October 2009 military accord is […]

Venezuela Cancels Meeting with DR on Relations with Colombia, Will Wait for Colombia’s New Prez

March 8, 2010


Of course, Venezuela cancelled the meeting with President Fernandez of the Dominican Republic to discuss Ven-Col relations.  Why kiss and make up with a treacherous thug like Uribe when the Colombian courts have just ruled that  he cannot run for a third term.  Yes, wait for the new prez.       Nicolas Maduro, Venezuelan […]

Students as Spies: The Deep Politics of US-Colombian Relations

February 13, 2010


Students as Spies: The Deep Politics of U.S.-Colombian Relations 10 February 2010 Written by Forrest Hylton Source: NACLA Synchronicity between U.S. and Colombian government programs is often striking, especially when it comes to counterintelligence. The day after Colombian president Álvaro Uribe took office August 7, 2002, for example, along with a Congress in which the right-wing […]