Violence and Humanitarian Crisis Intensify in Colombia

Peoples Dispatch The situation of violence in Colombia has led to the force displacements of around 15,000 people in different parts of the country. Photo: CONPAZCOL/Twitter According to the INDEPAZ, as of April 6, 43 social leaders and 14 ex-combatants of FARC have been assassinated by illegal armed groups. 91 people have been killed in…

US Military Bases, Training, and New Threats

Pablo Ruiz In Latin America and the Caribbean, the army, the DEA, the CIA, and other U.S. agencies, have innumerable bases of operations, facilities, offices, as military agreements that allow them to operate at any time in our territories. In the past, they claimed that their objective was to combat communism, subversion, revolution, which challenged…

Haiti: The United Nations and the US-Backed Regime of Terror

Pierre Michel Chéry On Friday, March 5, 2021, Joseph Lissner Mathieu was extradited to the United States, arrested by DEA and FBI agents. The police spokesman preferred to use the word “transfer” as if that would make a difference in a country where law and justice no longer exist. The news caused a sensation in…

The DEA’s Failed Entrapment of Colombians Who Signed the Peace Agreement

The Colombian newspaper El Espectador has revealed that the narcotrafficking case against communist leader Jesús Santrich was based on false charges. Santrich, a demobilised member of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), was arrested on April 9th, 2018 at the request of a U.S. federal grand jury in connection to a cocaine trafficking deal…

Colombia: One Year After the Historic Mobilizations that Shook the Country

Protest against the Duke government of the multisectorial in Bogota. Image: EFE Colombia revived the historic mobilizations that took place last year with a national strike against the policies of President Ivan Duque. The diverse group of conveners included unions, students, teachers, doctors, peasant and feminist organizations. The Strike Committee, which brings together many of…

Against USA: AMLO’s Masterful Move

Miguel Angel Ferrer Many years ago, the governments of the United States and Mexico established a cooperation agreement to combat and prosecute drug trafficking. Then, without any prior warning to its Mexican counterpart, the sinister DEA, on the basis of years of data, decided to capture Cienfuegos during a trip to U.S. territory. The gringo…

The Power of Narco-Trafficking in Mexico

Adalberto Santana Mexican Gen. Salvador Cienfuegos with then-U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis in Mexico City, 2017 U.S. judicial system policies have led to the prosecution of two prominent figures from Mexico’s past governments in separate trials on charges of serving the drug trade. One of them has been Genaro García Luna, former Secretary of Public…

One of the Most Wanted Venezuelans in the U.S. Speaks

Marco Teruggi The United States is offering $10 million for former Venezuelan intelligence director Pedro Luis Martin Olivares. His designation in the list corresponds, he affirms, to possible attempts of extraction operations. The name of the Venezuelan Pedro Luis Martin Olivares, unknown to many, appeared at the end of September on the front pages of…

Unconventional Warfare Against Venezuela: Maduro’s Alert and Other Signs

Mision Verdad On September 11, the capture of Matthew John Heath was reported, an US spy linked to a private security contractor (MVM Inc.) who carried out a 10-year mission in Iraq as a communications operator for a secret CIA base. Matthew John Heath was conducting espionage activities at the strategic Cardón and Amuay refineries…

The Prosecution of Alvaro Uribe: The Start of a New Narco-War in Colombia?

Misión Verdad Álvaro Uribe, center, was Colombia’s president from 2002 to 2010, and is the mentor of current Colombian President Iván Duque, right, and acting Vice President Marta Lucía Ramírez, left. Photo: Henry Romero / Reuters In Colombia, a unanimous decision by the Supreme Court of Justice has placed Senator and former President Álvaro Uribe…