Venezuela: Trump’s ‘Regime Change’ Agenda

The U.S. government’s targeting of Venezuela’s vice president is just the latest episode in ongoing attempts to subvert Venezuela n democracy.Vice President Tareck El Aissami of Venezuela in Caracas this month. By Joe Emersberger Based on allegations of drug trafficking, the U.S. government has added Venezuelan Vice President Tareck El Aissami to its list of…

Trump and the Planned Fragmentation of Palestine

By Ramona Wadi Cuba-Network in Defense of Humanity In between the bouts of ridiculing Donald Trump’s communication skills, whether in the spoken word or Twitter outbursts, it would perhaps be better to contemplate the decline in the prospects for Palestine and Palestinians for what it really is. We are witnessing the culmination of decades of…

Fascism, the Safety Pin and the Swastika

Shuja Haider If you had read in early 2016 about a National Policy Institute conference on the theme of “Identity Politics,” you might have assumed it was an innocent gathering of progressives. If you had attended, you would have been in for an unpleasant surprise. The National Policy Institute is an organization of white nationalists,…

The “Battle of Stalingrad” Will Take Place in Ecuador

Atilio Borón Cuba-Network in Defense of Humanity On Sunday 19 a lovely and beautiful country of South America will be the scenery of a decisive “battle of Stalingrad”. The Russian city is remembered as the place where World War II had its decisive turnaround. If Stalingrad felt, allied forces would have been destroyed by the…

Antifa Worldwide: A Brief History of International Antifascism

Fascism, as we know it today, came amid the sweeping nationalism accompanying World War I. Numerous leftists shifting from left to right ported their watchwords of solidarity and insurrection over to militant formations designed to destroy the left and seize power. They were not unopposed in this mobilization of a left and right so-called “revolution.”…

Colombian Paramilitary Groups Fight to Take Over Lands Left by FARC

In Catatumbo, campesino organizations have blocked the demobilization of FARC-EP units in Caño Indio, arguing that they would be left unprotected. Various illegal armed groups have started to fill the void left in rural areas by the recent demobilization of the FARC-EP rebels, as a result of the peace accord, warned a report Saturday. With…

Ecuador: A Decade of Social and Economic Progress

Despite global financial crises that have rocked the small South American nation in recent years, Ecuador has managed to achieve landmark social and economic progress in the past decade under the left-wing government of President Rafael Correa, according to a new report from the Center for Economic and Policy Research released Monday. The report, titled…

From 2014 Violent Barricades to Venezuelan Assembly Right-Wing

From the 2014 violence to legislative majority, Venezuela’s right-wing may change its face, but not its goal. By Rachael Boothroyd Rojas In February 2014, Venezuela witnessed one of the most prolonged and violent periods in the past 18 years against the nationally elected government. What began as violence at some of the country’s more elite…

CRAC-PC: Take Up Arms and Forge Our Own Destiny in Guerrero, Mexico

CRAC-PC ON LIBYA 360° INTERNATIONALIST NEWS AGENCY CRAC-PC, TAKE THE ARMS AND THE DESTINY OF OUR LIVES! (DOCUMENTARY ABOUT CRAC-PC, ARMED GROUP IN GUERRERO, MEXICO) Ruptura Colectiva (RC) SUBTITLES IN ENGLISH History is written with the look and the despair screams, not only with the happening ink. CRAC-PC (Regional Coordinator of Communitary Authorities – Communitarian…

Why the New Mexico City Airport is a Megaproject of Death

Since 2001, the dignified and rebel Atenco’s people, located in the Estado de México, have resisted the imposition of a mega-airport that, if built, would deprive hundreds of hectares of land to the farmers of the region, and also, to bring environmental problems to nearby villages. In September 2014, president Enrique Peña Nieto announced the…

First, They Shot the Anarchists…

Trump and the New Normal Its Going Down The riots that took place during Trump’s inauguration as well as in Berkeley, California against Breitbart editor and Alt-Right troll Milo Yiannopoulos, have rocked the political establishment, created a collective gasp of disdain from liberal and leftist leadership, and generated a wave of blowback from both within…

The Global Dimensions of the Life and Legacy of Malcolm X

Revolutionary leader developed amid monumental changes around the world By Abayomi Azikiwe African American History Month Series No. 3 Note: This is the text of a lecture delivered at Henry Ford College in Dearborn, Michigan in honor of African American History Month on February 8, 2017. The program was sponsored by the campus African American…

Addendum to Standing Rock:Profusion, Collusion & Big Money Profits

PART I | PART II | PART III | PART IV | PART V| PART VI The following is an addendum to the 6-part series: Standing Rock: Profusion, Collusion & Big Money Profits by Cory Morningstar with Forrest Palmer From left: Jodi Gillette; parents Dave Archambault I and Betty Archambault; the Obamas; brother Dave Archambault…

Continuing the Revolutionary Road Towards a Better Life in Ecuador

We the undersigned support the process of improvement of the living conditions of the historically excluded majority that has taken place in the last decade in Ecuador. We are aware that on that long journey there were many things that were not accomplished and there are some dynamics that need to be corrected but we…

The White Women’s March

By Yejide Orunmila President of ANWO (African National Women’s Organization) From “Beyond the Women’s March: White Women’s Reparations to African People” Web Conference hosted by the Uhuru Solidarity Movement. Yejide Orunmila, president of ANWO (African National Women’s Organization) and member of the Uhuru Movement examines the (white) Women’s March on Washington, and explains the political…

The Muslim Ban and Beyond: Fighting White Power in Trump’s America

By Beverly Bell Tamir Mustafa, Joan Rodriguez, and their children. Mustafa said, “What makes America great is everybody in it.” Photo: Melissa Cox The march against Trump’s Muslim ban in New Orleans, on January 29, concluded at the towering Robert E. Lee monument. Below the Confederate general, the circle bearing his name gives way to…

Queen Mother Moore (1898-1997): A Legacy of Revolutionary Resistance

Audley Moore blazed a trail from Garveyism and Communism to Pan-Africanism and Reparations By Abayomi Azikiwe African American History Month Series No. 2 One leading figure in the 20th century movement for African liberation in the United States and around the world is Audley Eloise Moore, widely known as Queen Mother Moore. Her efforts spanned…

Freedom House Targets Venezuela and Cuba

Freedom House Brands Venezuela “Not Free”, Whitewashes Brazilian Coup LUCAS KOERNER Washginton-based NGO Freedom House made headlines recently with its 2017 “Freedom in the World” report that downgraded Venezuela to the dreaded category of “Not Free”. “Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduro’s combination of strong-arm rule and dire economic mismanagement pushed his country to a status of…