Neocolonial Psy-warfare: The Collusion of Western Media and NGOS

Tortilla con Sal Ever since the early 20th Century, managing global consumer taste in communications has been fundamental to the Western corporate elites’ success in their endless global war on the impoverished majority. But their control of global perceptions is in jeopardy now as the effects of climate change become more extreme and the Western…

Insumisión: From Teachers’ Strike to People’s Rebellion

Originally published by It’s Going Down By Scott Campbell With the ongoing teachers’ strike that has morphed into a widespread rebellion, primarily in Oaxaca and Chiapas, we haven’t put together a more general roundup of resistance and repression in Mexico in some time. While that struggle is very much alive and well, the intensity with…

FARC-EP: Gender Perspective in the Agreements

With affection, we greet our special guests, ladies Phumzil Mlambo-Ngcuka and Zainab Hawa Bangura and other members of the team of UN WOMEN. We embrace our fellow sisters of struggles, dreams and utopias that are present here today and through you, we extend our infinite gratitude to the Colombian women, with all our combative love,…

Zapatistas Reiterate Support for CNTE After Paramilitary Attack

Thousands march in support of the CNTE. “We, Believing People of Simojovel, demand that the government does not betray the dialogue with the CNTE like it betrayed the agreements signed in San Andrés with the EZLN”. “If evicted, they will return. Time and time again. It turns out that down here, there is no fatigue,”…

CIA-Backed Coup in Turkey Fails

By Eric Draitser The failed coup in Turkey last week was a political and geopolitical earthquake as it has the potential to fundamentally alter the Middle East, NATO, and potentially the balance of power globally.  But while the implications of the recent developments are clear, what actually took place on the night/morning of July 15…

International Journalist Gerald A. Perreira Speaks on Police Terror and Obama

BlockReportRadio.com speaks with international journalist Gerald A. Perreira about the connection between US Pres. Obama’s domestic and foreign policies. We talk about Dallas and Baton Rouge and the similarities between war veterans Micah Johnson and Gavin Long. We also discussed the Obama regime conquering Gaddafi for white power, and the upcoming selection of Hillary or…