What Hurricanes Reveal About Humane and Inhumane Politics

Hurricanes Expose the Real Politics in the Caribbean Misión Verdad Translated by Internationalist 360° Events must be considered from different perspectives. On the one hand, there is the reactions of nature itself to what has been consistently denounced as “climate change”, the result of pernicious actions of the system within the framework of the industrial…

Hurricane Irma: How the US Exploits Disasters to Blackmail the Caribbean

Misión Verdad Translated by Tortilla con Sal Natural events like earthquakes and hurricanes facilitate the scorched earth stage of the global State of Siege US corporations hope to bring about. In the case of the Caribbean, regional solidarity-based, reciprocal initiatives like those promoted by Venezuela, make it possible for self-determination and sovereignty to overcome the…

ALBA Defends Venezuela and Calls For Unity of Latin America and the Caribbean

The Foreign Ministers of the member countries of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America – Peoples’ Trade Treaty (ALBA–TCP), gathered at the 6th Extraordinary Meeting of the ALBA–TCP Political Council, held in Caracas, Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, on August 8th, 2017. The following is the full text of the declaration approved at…

The Latin American Left Regroups in Nicaragua

Tortilla con Sal Time is on the side of progressive and radical movements in Latin America and the Caribbean. The region’s right wing governments have no viable policy agenda to meet their peoples’ needs. Last week in Nicaragua’s capital Managua, representatives of progressive and radical political movements from across Latin America and the Caribbean met…

Sao Paulo Forum to Approve Our Americas Consensus in Nicaragua

FULL TEXT OF THE DOCUMENT Managua, Jul 18 (Prensa Latina) The Sao Paulo Forum will officially approve the Our Americas Consensus here on Tuesday, a programmatic document to promote unity among progressive and left-wing forces in Latin America and the Caribbean. After a rich three-day exchange of opinions and ideas in Managua, more than 300…