From Tiananmen to Nicaragua: The Same Lies, the Same Result

Stephen Sefton US supported protesters confront a successful socialist government demanding freedom and human rights. They occupied public spaces engaged in phony dialogue with the authorities, rejected requests to dismantle their protests peacefully and finally attacked and murdered security forces before being forced to disperse. Several hundred people were killed including a large number of…

The Truth Behind the Myth of the ‘Tiananmen Square Massacre’

Dr. Dennis Etler Although it has been well established that no “massacre” actually took place in Tiananmen Square on June 4, 1989, the term is still widely used to refer to the violence that did occur in Beijing that fateful night. As is well documented the violence was instigated by agents provocateurs, mostly unemployed youth who…

US Special Operations Command Publish New “Regime Change” Manual

The U.S. Special Operations Command published a report on foreign interventions by the country detailing the successes and failures of 47 interventions since 1941. The school of the United States Special Operations Command published a study on the successes and failures of the country’s seven decade long foreign interventions. Authored by Army Special Forces veteran…

Facts About What is Happening in Nicaragua and a Challenge to “Left Intellectuals”

Jorge Capelán Translated by Internationalist 360° Author and Editor’s Note: The following text was originally written to counteract a propaganda campaign launched in Sweden and the rest of Scandinavian countries by toxic soft coup operators against the Sandinista Government of Nicaragua. That is why it contains several references to that reality. While this addresses the…

Rebellion or Counter-Revolution? Made in USA or Nicaragua?

Achim Rödner Many wonder if the United States is involved in the student protests of the past month in Nicaragua which attempted to destabilize the country. Western media writes nothing about the issue, while at the same time similar scenarios have played out in Venezuela, Brazil, Cuba, Honduras, Bolivia and other countries in which the…

Gene Sharp: CIA ‘Color Revolution’ Guru and Fraud

Stephen Karganovic Not that there are any genuine or harmless gurus, of course. Still, governments are unlikely to mourn the recent passing of Gene Sharp, widely reputed to be the father of the tumultuous “color revolutions” of recent memory. Nor is his departure likely to be regretted by the world’s huddled masses, who were cynically…

Internationalist Gerald A. Perriera on Counterrevolution in Libya, Venezuela, and Nicaragua

The People’s Minister of Information JR International Journalist Gerald Perrirra talks about the counter-revolution being led by the imperialist powers against Libya, Venezuela, and Nicaragua. He also discusses the role that Christo and Islamo-fascist have played in the establishment of Africom all over Africa. To hear more, listen to BlockReportRadio.com. Previous Block Report Radio Interviews…

Left-wing Populism and the Feminization of Politics

Populism is not only incompatible with feminizing politics — it actually reinforces patriarchy. We need to transform the way left-wing politics is done. Laura Roth and Kate Shea Baird Two of the liveliest debates among activists on the European left these days relate to the strategy of left-wing populism on the one hand and the…

On Actually Existing Fascism and the Hypocrisy of the Left

By Dolores Vek With the election of Donald Trump, we’re being told that now is the time to fear fascism in America. What is this nightmare-vision of a fascist America supposed to look like? This alternate-reality USA, under the uniquely vicious reign of the Trump regime, is one in which minorities have to fear for their…

What September 11 Has Left Us

US discourse on terrorism bears little relation to reality Sergio Alejandro Gómez | informacion@granma.cu September 11 is just another box on the calendar. But history has been responsible for filling this space with events that mark the fate of entire peoples. Even as the firefighters and rescue workers were still searching for survivors in the…

Bolivia VP Alvaro Garcia Linera on the Ebbing Latin American Tide

The “virtuous decade” of progressive governments in Latin America is ending. But, as Vice President of Bolivia Álvaro García Linera’s believes, revolutions come in waves. Links International Journal of Socialist Renewal Extracts of vice-president Garcia Linera’s address at the Faculty of Social Sciences of the University of Buenos Aires (May, 27, 2016). We are facing…

Psychological War and Ideological Struggle

These days, in the heat of the latest political developments in our country –the restoration of diplomatic relations with the United States– many people are concerned, and rightly so, about the capabilities of the empire to destabilize our society from within. Thus, it seemed appropriate to clarify the concepts of psychological warfare and ideological struggle,…