Leonard Peltier’s Message of Struggle: ‘We Made Things Better for Our People’

Leonard Peltier National Day of Mourning march in Plymouth, Mass., Nov. 25. Photo: Jimmy Powell The following message from Indigenous political prisoner Leonard Peltier was read at the 52nd National Day of Mourning in Plymouth, Massachusetts, on Nov. 25, 2021. For more information about his case, visit WhoIsLeonardPeltier.info. Greetings relatives, Each year as November nears,…

How Dr. Fauci, Bill Gates and Big Pharma Destroyed U.S. Public Health

Mision Verdad The success or failure in the management of the covid-19 pandemic is reflected in the number of infections and deaths from the disease. Although it was expected that the crisis would generate a change in the dynamics of relations between countries, even in internal management, what was observed was the projection of a…

Chile: Understanding the Colonization of the Mapuche People

Mikhael Marzuqa Arson attacks, armed attacks, and the death of both Mapuches and Chilean farmers and policemen, committed by hooded men are some of the serious events that have characterized the latest events in Chile. On October 12, the president of Chile, Sebastián Piñera, declared a state of emergency in four provinces located in the…

We Have to Stand on Our Ground, the Best Ground from Which to Reach the Stars

Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research Almost every single child on the planet (over 80% of them) had their education disrupted by the pandemic, according to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural (UNESCO) agency. Though this finding is startling, it was certainly necessary to close schools as the infectious COVID-19 virus tore through society. What has been…

Africa: United States after the Spoils of the Continent

Luis Beatón Smoke rises from a U.S. military base in Lamu County, Kenya, on Jan. 5, 2020. Photo: Xin Huashefa/Xinhua via Getty The United States has 29 known military installations in 15 countries on the continent, while France, a former colonial power, has bases in 10 countries. No other country outside the continent has so…

Declaration of the International Meeting: Sovereign Abya Yala from the Social Movements

Ollantay Itzamná Peoples and social movements from Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Panama, Nicaragua, Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala and Mexico, gathered at the International Meeting: Sovereign Abya Yala from the Social Movements, in Guatemala City, on December 1 and 2, 2021, concluded with the following Declaration: Peoples articulated in organizations and social…

“Summit for Democracy” – Enhancing Empire, Not Defending “Democracy”

Brian Berletic The very first “Summit for Democracy” will be held in early December 2021. Organized by the United States, it will include “leaders from government, civil society, and the private sector,” all unilaterally picked by the United States who, by implication, has unilaterally declared itself arbiter of which nations are deemed “democratic” and by…