Despite tremendous hardship which the Venezuelan people are having to face, despite the sanctions and intimidation from abroad, President Nicolás Maduro has won a second six-year term. Continue reading Why Venezuela and Syria Cannot Fall
The student-led anti-government movement in Nicaragua is unlike other recent attacks on the Latin American socialist bloc; it emanates mainly from the left of the political spectrum. But that doesn’t mean the US isn’t behind it. Continue reading US Fingerprints All Over Nicaragua’s Bloody Unrest
Venezuela has begun massive wargames to show Donald Trump that it is capable of defending itself against US aggression. The drills will involve 200,000 troops and thousands of civilian volunteers, the military said. Continue reading 200,000 Troops, 500,000+ Militia Will Join Venezuelan War Games vs. US Threat
The Venezuelan opposition has been “lobbying for sanctions” in Washington against the Maduro government, and now blames him for the economic sanctions imposed by Donald Trump, Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza told RT. Continue reading ‘Opposition lobbied in US for sanctions, now they blame Maduro’ – Venezuelan FM
The Bolivian foreign minister has firmly rejected Washington’s hegemonic ambitions as manifested in Donald Trump’s latest threat of a military intervention in Venezuela, while underlining Caracas’ right to self-determination without outside meddling. Continue reading The Hegemony of the US Has Come To an End
The funds have now become a mainstay of the U.S. State Department congressional budget for foreign operations. Continue reading US Has Budgeted $49 Million for Venezuelan Right-Wing Since 2009
On Thursday, anti-Bolivarian Attorney General Luisa Ortega Diaz’s attempt to halt the swearing in of the democratically elected 545-seat body failed. Continue reading Venezuela’s Constituent Assembly Inaugurated | Stephen Lendman
The late General Manuel Antonio Noriega has done more to demonstrate the bipolar nature of US foreign policy in the Americas than any single, historically anointed individual. In its tendency to veer between outraged morality and cynical cold steel Realpolitik, US foreign policy found in Noriega a thermometer of sorts, though the temperature readings were often confused. Continue reading Puppet of History: Panama’s Manuel Noriega
The mainstream media’s obituaries for Gen. Manuel Noriega missed the real story: the U.S. government’s rank hypocrisy in justifying a bloody invasion that deepened Panama’s role in the drug trade, explains Jonathan Marshall.
Continue reading Missing the Real Noriega Story | Consortiumnews
Venezuela continues to defy western financial attack by never knelling to western banks seeking to profit on the agony of its citizens. Goldman Sachs is betting on the current low priced state oil firm stocks, while the other arm of the Deep State is doing all it can to put in power Venezuelan opposition parties under its thumb. Continue reading Venezuela Not Paying $2.8 Billion Bonds Now Held by Goldman Sachs
The Western Deep State wants to introduce “democracy” in Venezuela through political sanctions, financial system hacking, and religious war due to the country’s refusal to surrender control of its vast energy resources to the Wall Street bankers. Continue reading Deep State “Dirty Hands” on Venezuela Exposed, Russia Intervenes with Food Aid
Saudi Arabia’s deliberate increase in oil production to plunge oil prices is not to deplete the Khazarian Mafia’s financial muscle as earlier reported but is actually aimed at undermining Russian economy to bring down Vladimir Putin.
Some of the benefits of successfully avoiding capitalism is the preservation of national dignity and unspoiled natural resources.
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Since calling Venezuela as a threat to the United States, more diplomatic and military repercussions are emerging.
This is one way of preserving the corporate structure in the event of a major political storm, i.e. sacrifice a lower ranking stooge.
Mexico’s ‘first lady of death’ arrested for killing Mexican students in Iguala
The wife of the Iguala mayor, who is accused of orchestrating the abduction and murder of 43 Mexican students last year, has been transferred to a federal jail.