Duterte for Dummies

True for Libya, as well as the Philippines: “Please do not pass judgments based only on what you read in your own language and especially in English, and from the sources that have been, on so many occasions, and so thoroughly discredited.” By Andre Vltchek Via Tortilla Con Sal When Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez ascended…

Declaration of the Revolutionary Government of Cuba

Cuba and the United States have signed an agreement intended to guarantee regular, safe, and ordered migration, eliminating the “wet foot-dry foot” policy and the parole program for Cuban medical professional. Author: Granma | internet@granma.cu january 13, 2017 12:01:53 Photo: Jorge Luis González An important step forward in improving bilateral relations occurred this January 12…

Propaganda: How Neocolonial Progressives Support Western Imperialism

Across the region, the legitimate struggles of indigenous peoples are being coopted by Western NGOs and media to serve the psychological warfare offensive of the US government and its allies against progressive governments in Latin America. Tortilla con Sal Almost all Western reporting of foreign news constitutes a permanent drip-feed of poisonous disinformation accumulating into…

Building Totalitarianism in Europe

The Last Coup of Victoria Nuland Since April 2016, US neoconservatives have been trying to change the status of Cyprus. It is for them both (1) to reunite the island (2) to deprive it of its army (3) but also to deploy the Turkish army under cover of NATO. The inevitable Victoria Nuland, who should…

Will Prayers and Ceremonies Stop the Dakota Access Pipeline?

By  Zig Zag “Hope Springs Eternal–The Ghost Dance,” by Howard Terpning Over the last few months there’s been a lot of noise made about the power of peaceful prayers and ceremonies in resisting the Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota. According to many participants, it was this emphasis on prayer that stopped the pipeline dead in…

Water Song: Indigenous Women and Water

Volume 7 | Issue 6 | Page 64-73 By Kate Cave, Shianne McKay Katherine Morrisseau-Sinclair, an Indigenous woman who, inspired by Grandmother Josephine Mandamin, started the Lake Winnipeg Water Walk. In Brief Water is life and needs to be respected. For the Indigenous people in Canada, there is a reciprocal and unique relationship with water….

Standing Rock: Profusion, Collusion and Big Money Profits Part V

By Cory Morningstar with Forrest Palmer PART I | PART II | PART III | PART IV | PART VI In Part 5 of our series, Cory Morningstar and Forrest Palmer delve into a collusion between celebrity worship culture and “big green” NGOs. How do beneficiaries of advocacy (such as tribal governments) accept money and…

Haiti: Ces élections qui n’en finissent pas

By Michel-Ange Cadet, Haiti Chery Un groupe d’haïtiens regardent la livraison des matériels électoraux sous la garde de ONU et de la Police Nationale d’Haïti le 18 novembre 2016 (Crédit photo: Logan Abassi, MINUSTAH Photo). Les hommes politiques passent, reviennent, ou changent de visages à longueur des années et des décennies, mais les conditions de…