Biden Amplifies Anti-Sandinista Propaganda

Rick Kohn Above photo: Celebration of 40th anniversary of the Sandinista Revolution. Nicaragua Solidarity Campaign. This tactic was designed for those observers who are sympathetic to the plight of immigrants but know very little about Nicaragua or other Central American countries. Most Americans do not even know the intent of the argument, let alone know…

Brian Willson Denounces Ongoing US Intervention in Nicaragua

Press Statement S. Brian Willson, Managua, Nicaragua September 1, 2020, 8:45am, in front of the US embassy, Managua, Nicaragua 33 rd anniversary of Brian’s surviving the US train assault in California Buenos dias. I am here today in front of the US Embassy in Managua to protest US intervention in Nicaragua and also to publicly…

Nicaragua: No Stopping the Sandinista Revolution

Stephen Sefton 41 years on from the revolutionary triumph of 1979, the Sandinista Front for National Liberation (FSLN) in Nicaragua looks stronger and with more legitimacy than ever. Nicaragua embodies the same revolutionary paradox as Cuba and Venezuela. Despite all three countries being attacked via illegal unilateral coercive measures imposed by the US government, followed…

Nicaragua: Real Politics

Moisés Absalón Pastora Cuba’s apostle José Martí, a virtuoso in Spanish-American politics and literature, once said that what is real in politics is not what we see. I understand his remark, full of absolute truth, assimilating it and embracing it more, to the extent that my experiences now permit me to make analyses that go…

Poll Shows Nicaraguans Have Consigned the Coup to the Dustbin of History

Chuck Kaufman The latest poll by independent M&R Consultants covering the last quarter of 2019, shows that less than two years after the failed coup attempt of April-July, 2018, the Sandinista government, led by President Daniel Ortega is more popular than ever and all but a tiny minority of Nicaraguans reject the violent tactics and…

The Revolution has Transformed the Lives of Nicaragua’s Caribbean Peoples

Adolfo Pastrán Arancibia, Informe Pastrán, Radio La Primerísima On January 10th this year, the government of President Daniel Ortega completed thirteen years in office. Many things have changed in the country in political, social and economic terms, with great strides in competitiveness, human development and poverty reduction via a welfare state. One of the historical…

Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez: “They Cannot Forgive Us for Uniting in Solidarity as Latin Americans and Caribbeans without Imperial Tutelage”

Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez Speech by Miguel Mario Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, President of the Republic of Cuba, during the political-cultural event commemorating the 15th anniversary of the Bolivarian Alliance for the peoples of Our America-Peoples Trade Agreement, at the University of Havana’s Grand Stairway, December 14, 2019, Year 61 of the Revolution (Transcript: Presidency of the Republic)…

Nicaragua: The Deep Neocolonial Lie

Stephen Sefton On Nicaragua, Western corporate and alternative media have outdone themselves failing to report or investigate the events they claim to cover. They interviewed hardly any, if at all, of the many thousands of victims of opposition violence, reproducing instead opposition lies and misrepresentations, falsely blaming all the violence on the government. Perhaps the…