The IACHR Issues Warnings about Human Rights Violations in Bolivia

Rocío Cereijo The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR), an organ of the Organization of American States (OAS), continues to deny the coup d’état in Bolivia, but expressed “its strong condemnation of the excessive use of force by the combined operations of the National Police and the Armed Forces to repress recent demonstrations. In addition,…

“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…

Environmental Terrorism: The Amazon in the Spotlight

Stella Calloni The voracious fire in the Amazon in Brazil that has been burning for more than two weeks was premeditated, since, according to researchers, there were simultaneous fires in different locations while President Jair Bolsonaro not only failed to take the necessary steps to control the situation, but also used this tragedy to accuse…

Terrorist Attack in Benghazi Targets UN Mission

Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Libya Ghassan Salame Statement on the Explosion in Benghazi 10 August 2019 – The Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Libya Ghassan Salame condemns in the strongest possible terms the explosion that took place today, 10 August, in front of a shopping mall in the eastern city of Benghazi,…

Spain: Revelations on the Terrorist Attacks of 2004 and 2017

Thierry Meyssan On 15 July 2019, under the signature of Carlos Enrique Bayo, the Spanish republican daily Público published the beginning of a four-part enquiry into the relations between the ring-leader of the 2017 attacks in Catalonia and the Spanish secret services [1]. In Spain, espionage and counter-espionage are handled by a single institution, the CNI…

Egypt: Another False Report from Human Rights Watch

Ahmed Eleiba “What is happening in the Sinai will stop the moment that President Mohamed Morsi El-Ayat ‎is restored to power,” proclaimed Mohamed El-Baltagi from the podium at Rabaa El-Adaweya in July ‎‎2013. The Muslim Brotherhood leader’s famous remark, which echoed across local and international ‎television channels, ushered in a new wave of terrorism in…

Luis Kutner: The Declassified Life of a Human Rights Icon

David Giglio Human rights icon, mob lawyer, and “co-founder of Amnesty International.” A “publicity hound,” a “vain, egotistical trouble maker,” and a wannabe CIA conspirator. A poet, an associate of Jack Ruby, and a “Friend” of J. Edgar Hoover and the FBI. Such was the complicated life of a famous cold war-era human rights lawyer,…

IS, Al-Qaeda Push Violent Extremism to Asia-Pacific Region

Bassem Aly It was a day of grief for Sri Lanka.  On Sunday, 290 people were killed and almost 500 were injured following a series of explosions in hotels and churches in the South Asian island state on Easter.  The shocking events came one month after 50 people were murdered and 50 others were wounded…

Sri Lanka Declares National Emergency

Peoples Dispatch The government claims the National Thowheeth Jamaath is responsible for the attacks on Easter, which killed over 300 people. However, it also admits that such a small group could not have carried out the attacks on its own As Sri Lanka still mourns for those dead and injured in Sunday’s multiple bomb blasts…

War Criminals at Large

Daniele Ganser It is a common misconception that democracies do not start wars of aggression or carry out terrorist attacks. The historical facts for the period from 1945 to today show a completely different reality: time and again, democratic states (*) in Europe and North America have participated in wars of aggression and terrorist attacks…

NATO’s Gladio Preparing a Wave of Attacks in Europe

Réseau Voltaire Several sources, located in different countries, report that NATO is preparing attacks in countries of the European Union. During the “years of lead” (from the late 1960s to the 1980s), NATO’s secret services implemented the “strategy of tension”. It was about organizing bloody attacks, attributed to extremeists, to create a climate of fear…