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CIA-Supported Candidate Runs for Presidency in Brazil

The US relationship with Brazil has worsened recently as a result of eavesdropping scandal. The US National Security Agency (NSA) spied on Dilma Rousseff and the members of her cabinet. The Brazilian President... has condemned the NSA and CIA activities in Latin America and taken steps to enhance communications safety and tighten control over US representatives working in the country. It provoked exasperation on the part of Barack Obama.  The presidential election in Brazil is slated for October 5. Washington wants to make Dilma Rousseff a one term president. US special services launched a campaign aimed at getting rid of the current Brazilian leader... 

Nil NIKANDROV | 12.09.2014


 

NATO and US Special Services Beachhead in Colombia

Colombia wanted to cooperate with NATO on Afghanistan. It was in the plans. In 2009, the Colombian Government asked to be part of the ISAF (the International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan) and work with the Spanish contingent in the mine detection operations, but this didn't materialize due to the internal conflict that Colombia faced... Then President Alvaro Uribe considered the fact that his country was invited to take part in the fight against the Taliban as substantiation to claim the status of US Latin American privileged partner... The US has strong military presence in Colombia under the pretext of fighting drug trafficking and guerilla formations...

Nil NIKANDROV | 02.09.2014


 

Smuggling as Economic Warfare Weapon

The Venezuelan government has declared war against smugglers. The country-wide operation is led by Operational Strategic Commander of the National Armed Forces, General-in-Chief Vladimir Padrino López... According to Piedad Cordova, former governor of Columbia, who is a member of the team holding talks with FARC guerillas, Columbian ultra-right paramilitary groups close to the US Central Intelligence Agency and defense intelligence pose a real threat to Venezuela... Cordova emphasized that the groups are funded by Washington. Their prime mission is to topple President Maduro. They control a large segment of smuggled car fuel and lubricants. The profit is spent for the acquisition of weapons and building springboards on the Venezuelan territory...

Nil NIKANDROV | 26.08.2014


 

Another Suspicious Plane Crash in Latin America Bolsters American and Globalist Interests

Brazil’s scheduled October presidential election was seen as a virtual cake walk for incumbent President Dilma Rousseff. That was until a plane crash killed Rousseff’s rather lackluster opponent, economist and former governor of Pernambuco, Eduardo Campos. On August 13, it was reported that the plane carrying Campos, a Brazilian pro-business centrist presidential candidate who was running third behind the more conservative Social Democratic Party candidate Aecio Neves, an economist and champion of austerity, crashed into a residential area of Santos in Sao Paulo state, Brazil...

Wayne MADSEN | 19.08.2014


 

Latin America Eyes Russia

Foodstuffs have become an acute issue recently. The US and the EU oppose the Russia’s independent policy towards Ukraine. Russia has taken retaliatory steps in response to the sanctions imposed unilaterally by the West, including the one year ban on importing food from the countries that joined the sanctions. The decision opens new opportunities before the Russian agricultural producers and new importers. Latin America is an alternative. Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Ecuador, Paraguay and Uruguay will soon start to export all kinds of meat, fish and other ocean products, fruits and milk. Brazilian farmers are happy. Russia has been the main importer of their beef, pork and poultry. After the decision of Rostekhnadzor (the Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance) at least 90 Brazilian meat producers got access to Russia and the Customs Union.  

Nil NIKANDROV | 13.08.2014


 

Case of Hugo Carvajal: Provocation on Aruba Island

The United States has started to avoid the burden of looking for evidence in case it wants to accuse someone of criminal activities. In recent years the US has become accustomed to ignore legal responsibility. The pretext of fighting terrorists has been used to allow detaining «potential criminals», putting them into secret jails and using cruel torture to get confession. The whole US security system has been affected. The leaders of American special services have got accumulated the experience of detaining (legally or not) people abroad and bringing them into the United States to make face trial. But there are failures suffered on the way and lessons to be learnt...

Nil NIKANDROV | 01.08.2014


 

Putin in Latin America

During his Latin American tour President Putin never said the voyage was a response to US-led NATO provocative activities near the Russian borders. He never made any statements of confrontational nature, no matter the US used the aggravated crisis in Ukraine to flex its muscle along the Russian borders... The trip encompassed Cuba, Nicaragua, Argentina and Brazil. Nothing like this has ever happened in the days of the Soviet Union... There is each and every ground to talk about renaissance of Latin-US relationship...

Nil NIKANDROV | 16.07.2014


 

Check Mating Washington in its Own Backyard with BRICSIANSE

...Putin is making the most of his six-day visit to Latin America. He forgave Cuba's debt to Russia while visiting Havana and also stopped in Nicaragua and Rio de Janeiro. While in Cuba, Putin met with former Cuban leader Fidel Castro and his brother, Raul Castro, Cuba's president, two leaders who continue to infuriate the neo-con and right-wing power centers of Washington. Putin also attended the final game of the World Cup in Rio. Russia is the host of 2018 World Cup. Putin also visited Argentina where he signed a deal on nuclear energy.  The interest of Iran, Argentina, Nigeria, Syria, and Egypt in joining BRICS may soon see the group's acronym become «BRICSIANSE». Such a development would triumph the nations of the world that refuse to take orders from Washington...

Wayne MADSEN | 15.07.2014


 

Way Back to Sky Blue Havana

Russian President Vladimir Putin began a six-day Latin American tour to coincide with the BRICS summit in Brasilia. The full agenda encompasses Cuba, Nicaragua, Argentina and Brazil... The President Putin’s tour started with the country which treats Russia with sympathy and love... The Russia’s President’s visit has a symbolic significance. Having gone through hard times in recent years the alliance between Russia and Cuba that emerged so may years ago after the victory of Cuban revolution has grown even stronger adapted to new historic realities... Russia plans to take part in developing the free trade zone in the port city of Mariel located in the vicinity of Havana. Health care and energy joint projects are on the rise. The military cooperation is also being intensified. Cubans know well how to handle the Russian systems...

Nil NIKANDROV | 14.07.2014


 

Latin America Refuses to Live in US «Global Barracks»

Latin America paid great interest to the President Putin’s speech at the conference of Russian Federation ambassadors and permanent representatives on July 1.The interest grew even more as it was reported on June 4 Russian President Vladimir Putin plans to visit Cuba, Argentina and Brazil later this month. The President is to visit Latin America and attend a summit of the BRICS group of five major emerging economies (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa) on July 11-16... 

Nil NIKANDROV | 08.07.2014




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Ukraine: Donbass Becomes Special Status Territory

The Ukraine’s Verkhovna Rada at a closed meeting on Tuesday, September 16, adopted a presidential law on the introduction of a special order of government in some districts of Donetsk and Luhansk regions for a period of three years. On September 18 President Petro Poroshenko is to visit the United States of America. He will meet President Barack Obama, address the both houses of Congress and discuss the aid package to Ukraine at the Atlantic Council. All his steps taken now, including the cease-fire and the agreement to freeze the Donbass conflict for three years at the time the US starts a new war in the Middle East, are not impromptu decisions but rather well thought over actions coordinated with Washington.  

18.09.2014
 
 
 
 
 
 
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