Libyan People’s National Movement Salute the São Paulo Forum

Your Excellencies, friends and fellow freedom fighters, On behalf of the Political Committee of the Libyan People’s National Movement (LPNM) we salute the progressive forces from every continent and region that gathered in Cuba for the Sao Paulo Forum. It is of historical significance that the Forum was held in Cuba, the land of heroic…

Libyan Human Rights Organizations Reject Italy’s Plan to Turn Libya into a Mass Detention Center for Refugees

Statement of the National Commission for Human Rights in Libya on the establishment of international protection centers in transit States, to assess asylum applications and provide legal assistance to migrants and asylum seekers, as well as voluntary repatriation in the southern Mediterranean countries The National Commission for Human Rights in Libya expresses its total rejection…

Imperial Road to Conquest: Peace and Disarmament Agreements

James Petras Internationalist 360° Introduction In recent years US imperial strategy has sought to lessen the cost of defeating and overthrowing independent countries. The means and method are fairly straight forward. World-wide propaganda campaigns which demonize the adversary; the enlistment and collaboration of European and regional allies (England, France, Saudi Arabia and Israel); the recruitment,…

Nicaragua Regains its Balance

Tortilla con Sal Recent disturbances in Nicaragua have served as a kind of who-is-who separating anti-imperialists from cynical phonies both inside and outside the country. The tsunami of disinformation has swamped both the usual suspect mainstream corporate media outlets and their alternative accomplices but also other news sites that are generally anti-imperialist on issues like…

Kwesi Pratt: US Military Deal Taking Ghana Back into Slavery

“My position and the position of people like me is radically different from some of the positions I’m hearing around. I have heard people say that let’s review the agreement….let’s change some clauses, no matter the number of clauses we change in this agreement will remain a very bad agreement”; Kwesi Pratt Jnr’s posturing on…