Brazilian Manifestation of the Fascist International

Dave Emory Spitfire Editorial Comment: In numerous programs, we have presented discussion of what brilliant researchers Kevin Coogan and Henrik Kruger have termed the Fascist International or (as Kruger puts it) The International Fascista. The name is precisely what it indicates: a powerful ideological and operational consortium of fascists from around the world. Incorporating veterans…

India in the Face of Neoliberalism, Pandemic as Part of the Tragedy

Misión Verdad India’s structural conflict is a product of inequality as a continuation of colonization and a caste system that prevails in its society (Photo: PTI). In times of global pandemic, the neoliberal drift, a continuation of a colonial system, continues to test emerging countries that will have to confront their internal contradictions in order…

The Venezuelan Conuquera Seed Signifies a Struggle for Identity and Resistance

Eder Peña The conuco as a system and concept brings with it the care and multiplication of seeds of traditional and new items. Life, culture, knowledge, health, traditional agricultural systems and even the questions of the people and communities are based on native and Creole seeds, which are their common heritage. Their free circulation is…

Evo Morales: We’re Still Fighting the Multinationals Who Drove the Coup

Denis Rogatyuk and Bruno Sommer Catalan An interview with Evo Morales Evo Morales’s fate after last November’s military coup in Bolivia follows the same dark pattern as that of many left-wing, progressive, and anti-imperialist leaders in the region. Parallels have been drawn with the coup against Chile’s Salvador Allende in September 1973, the attempted military…

Azov International and the Global “Intermarium Revival”

Dave Emory The Azov flag (center) flanked by NATO (left) and Nazi  (right) flags In numerous programs, we have noted international networking between the Ukrainian Nazi Azov Battalion and elements around the world: Azov is part of the “Intermarium Revival” that is seen as using Nazification of the Ukraine “pivot point” as a springboard for…

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…

The Muslim Brotherhood as Members of the White House National Security Council

Thierry Meyssan We are continuing the publication of Thierry Meyssan’s book, “Before Our Eyes “. In this installment, he examines the first half of 2011, when, with the support of the United States and the United Kingdom, the Muslim Brotherhood either became more established or assumed power in Tunisia, Egypt and Libya. 7- The beginnings…

Brazil’s Brumadinho Dam: Corporate Terrorism and Environmental Racism

Why the Brumadinho dam collapse is also a case of environmental racism Rute Pina A demographic survey on the communities impacted by the burst three months ago of a Vale dam in Brumadinho, in the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais, shows that black and low-income people were the most affected by the tragedy. Down the first…

Three Vale Dams in Minas Gerais at High or Imminent Risk of Collapse

Brasil de Fato The risk level of three dams operated by Vale in the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil, was raised to the highest grade, the mining giant said on Wednesday, sounding the warning sirens for the second time in little more than one month. The dams are located in the same state that suffered two…

Private Interests Threaten Brazil’s Raposa Serra do Sol Indigenous Territory

Leonardo Fernandes Raposa Serra do Sol indigenous residents protest in Brasília in April 2018. | Carl de Souza/AFP There are approximately 20,000 indigenous people of the ethnic groups Macuxi, Uapixana, Ingaricó, Taurepangue, and Patamonas living in the indigenous land Raposa Serra do Sol, North of Brazil. The reserve was first established in 1993 by the…