Stella Calloni: “We Are Allowing Them to Plunder Our Historical Memory”

Rudy Lopez The Argentine journalist and writer, Stella Calloni, recipient of countless regional recognitions as a fundamental piece of the communicational articulation between peoples, possessor of a long trajectory as a war correspondent and fighter for peace, granted an interview to Correo del Alba, and sat down with us to share her analysis on the…

The US Terrorist War Against Venezuela

Stella Calloni We are witnessing one of the greatest acts of terrorism, not only economic but of all kinds, of the United States in its war against Venezuela, because that is what the criminal freezing of the assets of the Bolivarian Republic in U.S. territory is all about in order to asphyxiate its people and…

Corporate Media Enters Realm of the Absurd with Claim that Venezuela Is ‘Cocaine Capital of the World’

John McEvoy The latest instalment of creative storytelling about Venezuela has come in the form of a Yahoo! Finance news video entitled How Venezuela became ‘the cocaine capital of the world’.The report builds on years of dubious reports alleging major ties between the Venezuelan government and the narcotics trade, and is easily disproved on all counts. Meanwhile, the US government and…

The World Is Uniting For International Law, Against US Empire

Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers “We oppose the extraterritorial application of unilateral measures.“ That is not Cuba, Nicaragua, Iran, Russia, or China talking about the most recent unilateral coercive measures imposed by the United States against Venezuela, i.e. economic sanctions that have become an economic blockade, but the European Union. Even allies who have embarrassed…

World Declaration Against American Crimes Against Humanity

GLOBAL DECLARATION AGAINST U.S. CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY Network of Artists and Intellectuals in Defense of Humanity Text written on July 17, 2017 by sociologist Atilio A. Boron, researcher Telma Luzzani, sociologist Paula Klachko, journalist and writer Stella Calloni, and writer Alejo Brignole, as part of the campaign for August 9 – International Day of American…

Conversations with Fidel Castro: The Dangers of a Nuclear War

Fidel Castro Ruz and Prof Michel Chossudovsky First published by Global Research on November 13, 2010. Today is August 9, 2019. A second atomic bomb was dropped on Nagasaki on August 9, 1945 Introductory Note From October 12 to 15, 2010, I had extensive and detailed discussions with Fidel Castro in Havana, pertaining to the…

American Exceptionalism = Mass Murder

Glen Ford U.S. police agencies, including the FBI, are incapable of mounting an effective offensive against their soul mates in the armed white right. “The FBI has always behaved as if armed white supremacists were a potential reserve force to help crush Black rebellions.” In the Age of Trump, the New York Times and other corporate media have…

Dialogue in Venezuela Destroyed by Trump Blockade

Marco Teruggi The Venezuelan government announced Wednesday night that it will not attend the new round of talks in Barbados, scheduled for Thursday and Friday. The decision was taken by President Nicolás Maduro, who chose “not to send the Venezuelan delegation because of the serious and brutal aggression perpetrated (…) by the Trump administration against…

White Power: At Home and Abroad

Thomas Meany Where most people see a “lone shooter,” the armed White Power movement sees “leaderless resistance”. “For much of the 20th century, the struggles against communism and black progress were close to indistinguishable.” In the spring of 1975, as America’s war in Vietnam drew to its grim conclusion, a new magazine targeted readers who did…

Caracas Denounced Washington’s Attempt to Boycott Opposition Dialogue

Marco Teruggi Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza accused the United States of boycotting the Barbados dialogue table. Image Federico Parra / AFP From Caracas. President Donald Trump took a new step to suffocate Venezuela: on Monday night he signed an executive order to freeze Venezuelan assets in the United States. “All assets and interests of…

Policing the Borders of Suffering

Zoé Samudzi Survivors of the Herero genocide, ca. 1907. Photo: Wikimedia Commons LIKE MANY AMERICANS, my first exposure to the idea of concentration camps came from public school lessons about World War II. But a later, formative influence on my understanding was the stories my mother told me about the Zimbabwean liberation struggle and the…