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Revelations of Edward Snowden – Geopolitics and Lessons to Draw (II)

Third lesson. Being a US ally is not a guarantee of a country’s information sovereignty being respected. The cyberspace control is not an end in itself. The real objective is carrying out the traditional strategic mission of gaining geopolitical dominance over large spaces. It would be naïve to expect that the US cyber interference overseas could be suspended as a result of some concessions or friendly persuasions. The evidence adduced by Snowden proves that the United States closely monitors the European Union’s central structures as well as the communications of its closest allies among the EU member-states that stay beyond the Anglosphere. Japan, Mexico, South Korea and Turkey are all under tight surveillance being non-European friends of the U.S… 

Dmitry MININ | 29.10.2013


 

CIA agents attack «Soviet facilities». From the history of the Cold War

...We should not assume that the United States under the new historical conditions, and after winning the Cold War, looks favorably on the increased activity in Latin America of Russian diplomacy and Russian businessmen. U.S. intelligence agencies keep all aspects of this activity under constant surveillance. And if necessary, they use their wealth of experience in alleged provocations, sabotage and propaganda manipulation to discredit the recent “Russian return to Latin America»...

Nil NIKANDROV | 25.11.2012


 

The U.S.A`s big problem

Today, the America of the white Anglo-Saxons has won an «Enduring victory» over the «colored» poor and marginalized «global South» around the world. However, in the U.S., where the fastest-growing part of the population (including black radical Muslims) somehow associate themselves with these very poor and marginalized, these victories threaten to turn into a crushing defeat that puts an end to maintaining the shaky racial balance in the United States...

Nikolai MALISHEVSKI | 13.11.2012


 

The DEA as a coordinator of drug trafficking in Latin America

Inspector Franklin Brewster Chase, aged 39, the head of investigation of particularly important cases of drug trafficking in Panama, was poisoned on July 3, 2006. Brewster, like many other members of staff, kept food brought from home in the fridge, which stood in one of the staff rooms. After having lunch and drinking water from a plastic bottle, he fell ill, began to complain of shortness of breath, fever, dizziness, and nausea. Half an hour later, still conscious, he asked to be taken to the National Hospital. Two weeks later he died in excruciating pain. Panamanian investigators told the press that, in all probability, Brewster had been poisoned by organophosphate pesticides...

Nil NIKANDROV | 03.11.2012


 

Global Drug Mafia and the Banks. An Introduction to the Subject

The truth to be kept in mind is that as of today the merger between the financial sector grands and the drug mafia in its classic forms – the cartels and syndicates - is an accomplished fact. No border exists any longer between global-scale banks and drug cartels and, consequently, between laundered and legally clean money – a lot of the funds believed to belong to the latter category actually fall within the former. The present alliance between banks and drug cartels is best described as the drug-banking mafia or the drug-banking business...The socioeconomic model currently materializing in the majority of the world's countries can be interpreted as a hitherto unstudied brand of capitalism, namely, the drug-banking capitalism...

Valentin KATASONOV | 06.10.2012


 

Mexican Drug Lords' Revenge on the CIA for Secret Jails

The reason why Washington's agents instigate wars between drug cartels is that the US is thus trying to conquer the entire niche for its own players as the drug business steadily inches towards at least partial legalization. In the process, the US agencies are doing their best to insulate their own country from the rivalries between drug groups and the bloody conflicts into which they recurrently escalate. The policy appears to work so far, meaning that the 60,000 deaths in the Mexican drug war count as the same number of lives saved in the US...

Nil NIKANDROV | 11.09.2012


 

Mexico: «So far from God, So Close to the United States»

«Poor Mexico, so far from God and so close to the United States!». Those words said by Mexican President Porfirio Diaz (1830-1915) will remain acute as long as the US politicians are still faithful to the ideas of Anglo-Saxon expansionism... Let’s draw parallels with the so called «Circassian issue». The comparisons are more than propitious once Washington is dissatisfied with the existing borders between the «Circassian republics» of the Russian Federation... Washington demands Russia immediately let in several hundred thousand Circassians from Syria, Jordan, Israel, Turkey and other countries because historically they come from the Caucasus...

Vladislav GULEVICH | 28.08.2012


 

Obrador Targeted in a Plot

The 2012 campaign in Mexico in many regards resembles the one the country saw six years ago. At that time, the victory in the race was literally awarded to Felipe Calderón, a pro-US contender, following a long series of scandals, political maneuvers, and consultations behind tightly closed doors between the Federal Electoral Institute, the outgoing Mexican president Vicente Fox, and a bunch of CIA agents. It was clear that Calderón received a Washington nomination long before the ballots were cast...

Nil NIKANDROV | 27.05.2012


 

Imperial occupation of Mexico and 2012 elections

All the security services of the US are busy with the creation on anti-drug and anti-terror “defense line” in Mexico. They were especially successful during the presidency of G. Bush Jr. when they raised to power the most “manageable” president in the history of the Aztec country: first Vicente Fox and than Felipe Calderon.  These politicians, who hid under patriotic statements their affiliation to “neo-liberal internationalism”, have been sticking to the pro-Empire course almost on all main issues of domestic and foreign policy. This led to Mexico’s comedown on the international arena especially in Latin America...

Nil NIKANDROV | 24.08.2011




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9/11 Was NATO’s License to Expand Globally

The 9/11 attacks on the United States undoubtedly benefited a number of actors, including the American military-intelligence complex, Israel, and most definitely, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). The Cold War-era, the area of responsibility for which had long been confined to Europe and North America, used the provisions of Article 5 of the NATO Charter – which states that an attack on one member is an attack on all – to extend NATO’s power deep into Eurasia, particularly in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Kyrgyzstan...

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