Venezuela: From the Plan of the Homeland to a Plan for the Planet

A gathering of 100 revolutionary delegates from five continents gathered in Venezuela and founded the First Ecosocialist International. Quincy Saul Venezuela has made world history again. Twice before, revolutionary processes begun in this country have grown beyond its borders and changed the world. First a revolutionary war of independence, led by Simon Bolivar, which grew…

Behind the Unthinkable

Worker’s World Editor A potential crime of historic proportions is being openly discussed and evaluated in the U.S. imperialist media. They’re debating the pros and cons of whether or not millions of people should have their lives snuffed out in an instant, instead of immediately rejecting that possibility. The “analysts” are discussing the nuclear destruction…

Narco-Politics in Chiapas: A Time Bomb that Increases the Risk of Another Massacre

Blocked roads, populations under siege, shootings every night, dozens of houses burned and the absence of authority, are some of the conditions that some 6,000 displaced persons from Chenalhó and Chalchihuitán suffer. Photo courtesy of the priest Marcelo Pérez Blanche Petrich Three weeks ago, the parish priest of Simojovel, Marcelo Pérez, started to tour the…

Confronting the Threat of Ethnic Bioweapons

Tony Cartalucci The United States Air Force’s 59th Medical Wing’s molecular biology branch recently was revealed to have been collecting specifically Russian RNA and synovial (connective) tissue samples, prompting fears in Russia of a possible US directed ethnic-specific bioweapons program. TeleSUR’s article, “‘Ethnic Bomb’ Feared as US Air Force Confirms Collection of Russian DNA,” would…

Does Jamaica Offer Reparations Precedent for Caribbean?

All other CARICOM (and wider Caribbean) nations have similar cases of national heroes and freedom fighters who had been demonized by the colonial authorities. Earl Bousquet The launch of the Center for Reparations Research in Jamaica in October included other matching local events, enough attention to which may have been dwarfed by the international acclamations…