Theodore Shackley: A Life in the CIA

By Hugo Turner *With Special Thanks to Douglas Valentine Libya 360° | Internationalist News Agency Theodore Shackley is one of the most infamous figures in the history of the CIA. His career in the CIA involved him in many of their most notorious operations. He recruited Nazis and traitors to spy on the Soviet Union…

The US Will Never Support Peace in Colombia

The U.S. gave billions of dollars to Plan Colombia, and other projects, to combat and terminate the popular resistance in the country. The U.S. has never supported peace in Colombia starting with Plan Lazo in the early 1960s and the counterinsurgency team sent to Colombia to crush the Marquetalia community shortly thereafter. By Alice Loaiza General…

Bolivia to Declassify Operation Condor and Che Murder Files

The day after his execution on Oct. 10, 1967, Guevara’s corpse was displayed to the world press in Vallegrande hospital/Photo: Wikimedia Commons The declassified documents will include files on the diplomatic acts by Bolivian dictatorships against leftist opponents as part of Operation Condor. The Bolivian Foreign Ministry said Tuesday it will declassify diplomatic documents from…

Operation Condor: Mass Displacement, Forced Migrations from Central and South America

For Us the Undocumented Time Has Come By Ilka Oliva Corado Translated by Marvin Najarro The migrations of Central Americans to the United States began in the 1980s, when the US intervened in Central American territory with the implementation of the Plan Condor and the dictatorships regional agendas which were referred as Internal Armed Conflict, which in Guatemala…

Debunking Tor

FULL ARTICLE: Surveillance Valley Courtesy of Tortilla Con Sal Also See: Tortilla Con Sal’s Article: “Kant’s ghost, Appelbaum’s surprise” Surveillance Valley Blog