Five Eyes in Latin America: Australia’s Secret Role in Chile’s Coup

Kit Klarenberg Declassified files expose Australia’s secret role in General Pinochet’s seizure of power, and shed light on the ongoing participation of the United States’ Five Eyes partners in covert intelligence operations in Latin America, as well as assistance from US-allied governments in neighbouring countries, namely Brazil. Washington’s central role in the violent overthrow of…

The Other 9/11: Salvador Allende and Chile

Bharat Dogra On September 11 the world  rightly pays homage to the nearly 3000 victims of the horrible 9/11 attack in the USA. However on this day we should in addition also remember the perhaps even higher number of victims of the US-assisted  military coup in Chile on September 11 1973 which also resulted in…

No End in Sight to US War Crimes in Afghanistan

Scott Scheffer Aftermath of U.S. drone strike in Kabul that killed 10 people, including 7 children, on Aug. 30. On Aug. 26, a suicide bomb was detonated at the airport in Kabul amid the chaos of the U.S. troop withdrawal. Two hundred people were killed, including 13 U.S. soldiers. Reporters paid tribute to the U.S….

Behind the CIA Push for Forced Covid “Vaccination”

Kit Klarenberg The appearance of a physician from the CIA’s venture capital arm in a Washington Post op-ed arguing those who have not been vaccinated should not be prioritised for medical treatments raises some alarming questions. In recent weeks, health professionals, journalists, politicians and pundits across the Western world have in growing numbers openly discussed…

750 US Military Bases Remain Around the Planet

Patterson Deppen It was the spring of 2003 during the American-led invasion of Iraq. I was in second grade, living on a U.S. military base in Germany, attending one of the Pentagon’s many schools for families of servicemen stationed abroad. One Friday morning, my class was on the verge of an uproar. Gathered around our homeroom lunch…

Bolivia: 50 Years Since Banzer Dictatorship and Operation Condor

Ex-military Commander Alvin Anaya, Jorge ‘Tuto’ Quiroga and Hugo Banzer on August 6, 2001 in Sucre. Five decades ago today, Hugo Banzer’s seven-year military dictatorship was installed in Bolivia through the civic-military coup of August 21, 1971—with all the attributes and objectives of Bolivia’s 2019 coup. Among the parallels, was Banzer’s Vice President during his…

The Anatomy of US Interventionism in Bolivia & Latin America

Kawsachun NewsKawsachun News spoke exclusively to Juan Ramon Quintana, former Minister of the Presidency under Evo Morales, which is Bolivia’s equivalent to the role of a Prime Minister under a President. This is a role of strategic importance for the state, so to hold this role, Juan Ramon Quintana was and remains one of Evo’s…

ELN: In-Depth Interview with Nicolás Rodríguez Bautista

Sasha Yumbila Paz “The categorical disassociation with drug trafficking is an integral part of our essence.” – Nicolás Rodríguez Bautista “The Nixon White House…had two enemies: the anti-war left and African-American people (…) We knew we couldn’t make it illegal to be against the war or to be black, but to get the public to…