Nicaragua Violence and Human Rights Violations: A Street Seller’s Story

NSCAG Street seller Maribel Baldizon at her fruit stall in Managua For 33 years Maribel Baldizon Garcia has been a self-employed worker selling tropical fruit at a bus stop near the Central America University (UCA) in Managua. Maribel is one of 65,000 street sellers, mechanic and carpentry workshop owners, money changers, taxi drivers, craftspeople, litter-pickers…

Nicaragua and the Corruption, Cooptation of Human Rights

Stephen Sefton Since the demise of the Soviet Union, almost 30 years ago, abuse and debasement of human rights concerns have served increasingly to create pretexts promoting Western dominance around the world. From former Yugoslavia and Rwanda, to Iraq and Sudan, to Ivory Coast, Libya and Syria, to Myanmar and Ukraine, Western governments have used…

International Consortium of Independent Journalists Challenged for Exceptional Bias in Nicaragua Report

Nan McCurdy December 31st 2018 Last December 9th, Methodist missionary Nan NcCurdy challenged an exceptionally biased report on Nicaragua from the International Consortium of Independent Journalists. The address for responding to them is :-  contact@icij.org. During the exchange, Nan McCurdy lists a series of damning videos demostrating the falsity of the ICIJ’s reporting on Nicaragua….