From Eritrea to Bolivia: Who Supported the Washington Backed Coup?

Filmon Zerai On October 18th, 2019 Eritrean activist Vanessa Tsehaye quote tweeted an article from Bolivian activist Jhanisse Vaca Daza published on the Human Rights Foundation page, encouraging the overthrow of socialist leader Evo Morales. A tweet from Vanessa Tsehaye (@vanessateshaye) “If democracy and human rights are further compromised, Bolivia could become the next Venezuela….

A Soft Coup in Cuba

Rosa Miriam Elizalde The invasion has very bad press, those close-ups of foreign boots stepping onto a beach or a neighborhood, like El Chorrillo in Panama, which still does not know the number of its dead. After more than a century of relentless practice, U.S. military interventions in Latin America have fallen into disrepute, lost…

In Cuba, They Shall Not Pass: Declaration of ALBA Movements

In the last few days, several communication monopolies with chains around the world, echoed a protest by a few young Cubans at the headquarters of the Ministry of Culture of this country. What would never be international news if it happened anywhere else in the world, is when it comes to revolutionary Cuba, some claim…

Nicaragua, Attacked for Following the Same US Policies Against Foreign Meddling

John Perry US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo launched another attack on Nicaragua’s Sandinista government last month, accusing President Daniel Ortega of being a “dictator” who is “doubling down on repression and refusing to honor the democratic aspirations of the Nicaraguan people.”[1] The State Department openly supports what it calls “a return to democracy in…

The New War Machine Against Nicaragua: Lies and Sanctions

Edwin N. Montes In recent days, Nicaragua has been the object of arbitrary interference actions by the United States and the European Parliament in applying new political and economic sanctions, manifesting a false “concern” for the Nicaraguan government’s proposal of some bills, where – according to these Western organizations and governments – the intention is…

Bolivia, Why Do Your Indianistas, Indigenistas, Environmentalists, Feminists, Remain Silent Now?

Ollantay Itzamná Chiquitanía Forest Almost a year after the consummation of the coup d’état, and the establishment of the lethal dictatorial regime in Bolivia, we continue to ask ourselves where are the prolix indianists, indigenists, feminists, environmentalists… who harshly lashed out against the Indian dictator of Evo Morales? Their inflammatory speeches promoted the coup d’état…

Covert Action Props Up U.S.-Polish Axis Against Belarus: A Deep Dive into Far-Right Regime-Change Activists and their Backers

Covert Action Magazine FOIA Research[Source: dailypioneer.com] In Western mainstream media, the current protests in Belarus are portrayed as a natural development, in which the country’s peaceful citizens are finally standing up against an aging dictator clinging to power after the allegedly fraudulent August 9th elections. However, with a closer look at the people and entities…

Bolivia: The CIA is Managing the Electoral Campaign of the De Facto Government

Marka Abya Yala The Áñez government hired the same lobbyist as the government that overthrew Zelaya in Honduras. As many critics have pointed out, the Bolivian cycle bears a striking similarity to the coup d’etat that overthrew Honduran President Manuel “Mel” Zelaya a decade ago. The leftist leader was removed from office by the military,…

Brian Willson Denounces Ongoing US Intervention in Nicaragua

Press Statement S. Brian Willson, Managua, Nicaragua September 1, 2020, 8:45am, in front of the US embassy, Managua, Nicaragua 33 rd anniversary of Brian’s surviving the US train assault in California Buenos dias. I am here today in front of the US Embassy in Managua to protest US intervention in Nicaragua and also to publicly…

Human Rights Fraud from Ukraine to Nicaragua

Stephen Sefton Current Western human rights industry practice has nothing to do with establishing the truth. Increasingly in recent years, US and allied elites have sought to legitimize illegal aggression by exploiting human rights motifs in their attempts to recolonize the majority world. In any given crisis, human rights NGOs funded by the US and…