Bolivia: The CIA is Already Weaving the Plot for Fraud

Hector Bernardo Bolivia’s Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE) announced that new presidential elections will be held on May 3, 2020. In the current conditions, the elections only seem to have the intention to disguise the de facto government as a democratic one. Its visible face is the self-proclaimed president Jeanine Áñez, the neofascist leader Luis Fernando…

Stella Calloni: “We are Under a Counterinsurgency War”

Lautaro Ortiz “In Bolivia there is no longer any security to hold free elections,” says Calloni. Image Daphne Gentinetta The writer and journalist, author of this essential research, analyzes the situation in Bolivia, in the context of the interference of the United States in the region. The civic, police and military coup d’état perpetrated last…

Ukrainian Neo-Nazis Join Hong Kong Protests

Morgan Artyukhina Prominent Ukrainian neo-Nazi figures have been spotted in the Hong Kong protests just weeks after hosting an “academy of street protest” in Kiev. Leaders of far-right Ukrainian groups that rose to prominence in the 2014 coup d’etat they helped orchestrate, including the Azov Battalion and Right Sektor, have recently traveled to Hong Kong…

NSCAG Calls Amnesty International to Account

For some considerable time, Amnesty International’s reporting has repeatedly and consistently criticised the Nicaraguan government, completely disregarding its massive achievements in tackling real human rights issues in Nicaragua such as reducing poverty, massively improving health services and addressing gender inequality. Their reporting serves only to destabilise Nicaragua and trample on the human rights and dignity…

Western Progressives and the Imperialist Inquisition

Stephen Sefton Most people who think of themselves as progressive in the imperialist countries of North America and Western Europe, continue to believe the right wing opposition version of events in Nicaragua in 2018. A great many also accept some version of the right wing opposition account of the crisis in Venezuela. One obvious reason…

Greta Thunberg and Big-Biz’ Climate Charade

Tony Cartalucci A 16 year old girl is obviously not behind a “global movement” demanding “climate action” from governments. The massive corporate Western media is. And anything the corporate media is behind certainly cannot be described as “grassroots.” It is the Western media’s daily promotion of this 16 year old that has created “her” movement…

“Color Revolution” Rehearsal in Bolivia Imitates Nicaragua’s Format

Mision Verdad Violent protesters of the Bolivian opposition attack a MAS house in Santa Cruz (Photo: APG) “Since the Armed Forces cannot join the coup d’etat, they use paid youth to attack the MAS campaigns … Who are the anti-Democrats in Bolivia? Where do they come from and what are they preparing?” These were part…

Green-Smearing: From Nicaragua to Bolivia

Stephen Sefton On one level the intensifying deceit of Western media foreign affairs coverage corresponds to the increasing desperation of Western elites confronting their failing global power and influence. But it also signals yet another crisis of capitalist economic growth. After 1945, North America and Western Europe based their genocidal imperialism on a social compact…

Open Arms and the Refugee Crisis: The Legal Slave Trade of NGOs

Eder Peña The African refugee crisis in Europe is wreaking havoc on humanity (Photo: Archive) In the midst of a phenomenon such as depopulation, a product of the neoliberal architecture that financial elites have imposed on the European Union (EU), the role of international non-governmental organizations (NGOs) dedicated to the rescue of migrants in the…

Ratlines: The Vatican, The Nazis & Western Intelligence

Hugo Turner In one of the more shocking episodes of the Cold War, tens of thousands of Nazi war criminals and their fascist allies were smuggled out of Europe and resettled around the world in places like Argentina, Canada, Australia and the United States. Others were resettled throughout the Middle East and a few ended…