U.S., Colombia: NATO Partners Held Air Combat Exercise

Relampago VI occurred earlier this month. In 2017 NATO signed an Individual Partnership and Cooperation Programme with Colombia and the country joined NATO’s Partners Across the Globe in 2018. In January Colombia’s Vice Foreign Minister for Multilateral Affairs Adriana Mejía and Vice Defence Minister for Strategy and Planning Jairo García met with NATO representatives to…

Senegal, Brazil Prepared for NATO Partnerships

The following excerpts are from the website of the U.S. National Guard concerning Senegalese troops being trained in Louisiana. Senegal has recently participated in the U.S. Africa Command-led African Lion multinational military exercise in Morocco and in the U.S./Ukraine-hosted 32-nation Sea Breeze war games in the Black Sea. Also participating in both was Brazil. In…

Evo Morales Denounces New U.S.-Led Operation Condor

Nan McCurdy and Nora McCurdy Bolivia’s ex-President Evo Morales. | Photo: Twitter/ @evoespueblo Plan follows precedent of 1970s state-sponsored assassination campaign targeting leftists. Operation Condor was a U.S.-directed secret intelligence program in the 1970s and early ’80s in six South American U.S.-backed dictatorships—Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay—that resulted in the torture and “disappearance”…

Uruguay: The Left Held Hostage

Jorge Capelán Uruguay is one of the countries with the most police per 100,000 inhabitants in Latin Latin America. Recently, the magazine Brecha de Uruguay published an “open letter” regarding Nicaragua signed by a number of personalities of the left wing of that country. Following the same script of NATO (and its U.S. owners), it…

Colombia: Between Biden’s Anxiety and Uribe’s Disruption

Sergio Rodríguez Gelfenstein Joe Biden with Colombian President Iván Duque (Photo: Presidency of Colombia). The U.S. State Department is observing with great uneasiness that movements have begun to take place in Latin America that are beyond its control and that could affect its system of regional domination. In some of the main bastions where anti-democracy…

Bolsonaro and the CIA Conspire Against “New Pink Tide” in South America

Nathalia Urban A picture is emerging of the agenda being pursued by CIA director William J. Burns on his classified visit to the Bolsonaro government As reported yesterday, the CIA Director William J. Burns travelled to Brazil to meet Bolsonaro government ministers. The reason for the meetings had been kept secret, but Jair Bolsonaro during…

Exposed: CIA Plot to Assassinate President Maduro and High-Ranking Members of Venezuela’s Government

President Nicolás Maduro Denounces New Assassination Plot Against Him Venezuela has placed its defense system on alert, especially the security rings around the constitutional president Nicolás Maduro, after he denounced the intentions of US government officials, together with the governments of Colombia and Brazil, to organize his assassination and that of other important political leaders…

CIA Preparing a False Flag Operation from Colombia?

Mison Verdad Colombian President Iván Duque and Craig Faller, head of the Southern Command (Photo: Presidency of Colombia). Colombia’s role in the already permanent regime change operation against Venezuela is broad and eloquent. Some recent events in that country may be worthy of attention and analysis, however, all this would require a series of further…

Southern Command Goes to War

Jorge Elbaum Last week, the head of the Pentagon’s Southern Command, Admiral Craig Faller, concluded his farewell tour in the Dominican Republic, participating in the Caribbean Nations Security Conference (CANSEC) together with military leaders from countries committed to Washington’s objectives of isolating Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua, and at the same time hindering and/or restricting the…

The People of the Colombian-Venezuelan Borders Fear War

María Fernanda Barreto FANB deployments on the border with Colombia in the state of Apure (Photo: Archivo) Since the events in Apure, a number of incidents on the Colombia-Venezuela border have been reported in the international media, hinting at a military conflict in the making during this pre-electoral year, which is expected to be the…

Tradewinds2021 : Southern Command Prepares Military Exercises in Guyana

Daniela Jiménez A new threat against Venezuela is being forged at the Final Planning Conference for the Tradewinds exercise, which is supposedly aimed at the security of the multinational Caribbean, sponsored by the U.S. Southern Command. This will take place in June and will be carried out in several locations in Guyana, a country with…

The Desperate Plans of the Southern Command

Pasqualina Curcio The actions perpetrated since March 21 of this year by irregular groups coming from Colombia in La Victoria, Venezuelan territory bordering our sister country, were not improvised. They are part of Plan “B” of the Southern Command to destabilize our Nation and overthrow the Bolivarian Revolution. In February 2016, the Chief of the…

Venezuela Has a Strategy: Bolivarian Shield

Sergio Rodríguez Gelfenstein Civilians practice combat tactics for the defense of their homeland, Feb. 15, 2020. | Photo: Twitter/ @Bauxilum_CVG Throughout history (at least since the end of World War II) the interventionist imprint of the United States has had the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) as the main actor. The entire conspiratorial framework that led…

Violated Sovereignties: The Southern Command in Ushuaia

Stella Calloni SOUTHCOM commander, Admiral Craig Faller (left) met this Tuesday with Uruguay’s Defense chief, General Gustavo Fajardo (right). Photo taken from the Twitter account @USAenEspanol. Buenos Aires, April 6. In a silent and surprising visit of the Chief of the US Southern Command, Craig Faller will arrive in Buenos Aires this Wednesday, April 7,…