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Edward Snowden: Human Rights Advocate and His Secret Mission

Italy, France, Spain and Portugal have resorted to pirate-like actions to make the plane of Evo Morales, the President of Bolivia, land and be inspected... There is no doubt about who is behind the manhunt for the Latin American President, an Indian by origin... Paris, Rome, Madrid and Lisbon have proven they enjoy no independence while taking decision on international issues. The stance of Spain and Portugal is especially shameful; they have undermined their privileged relations with the Latin American states for a long time to come...

Nil NIKANDROV | 16.07.2013


 

The Hunt for the President's Plane

It is not that important from what source U.S. intelligence received a signal that Edward Snowden would be transported out of Russia on the airplane of Bolivian President Evo Morales; the important thing is that the information turned out to be disinformation. Through allied governments in Europe – France, Italy, Spain and Portugal – Washington tried to organize a humiliating inspection of the presidential airplane in violation of all international conventions and treaties on the immunity of state leaders...

Nil NIKANDROV | 07.07.2013


 

Total Airport Nationalization Will Eliminate Travel Industry Thieves

Bolivian President Evo Morales recently nationalized his nation’s three main airports – La Paz, Cochabama, and Santa Cruz – taking control of the facilities from the firm Servicios de Aeropuertos Bolivianos (SABSA) that operated the airports on behalf of the Barcelona-based company Albertis... Morales took a step that many Western governments should also take. As a result of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the United States, a number of companies, many linked to Israelis, have concocted security schemes that have maximized profits for select individuals...

Wayne MADSEN | 22.02.2013


 

The U.S. prepares for military action in Bolivia

The scandal over the "scientific team from the USA" broke out, despite attempts by the U.S. Embassy in Bolivia to kill it off. In June 2012, a team of team of specialists numbering 50 people came to the country, ostensibly to study the adverse effects of high altitude on humans and their capacity for rapid recovery of their fighting ability. To avoid attracting attention, the Americans used tourist visas and passed through border control in small groups... Officially, the expedition was headed by Robert Roach of the University of Colorado, but in reality, the "research team" was subordinate to U.S. military intelligence officers (Defense Intelligence Agency - DIA)...

Nil NIKANDROV | 22.01.2013


 

Obama for a «second time» and Latin Americans: with no illusions

Surfing the internet of about three dozen on line Latin American newspapers, I found that the reaction of the continent to the re-election of Barack Obama is generally positive, though far from any illusions... There is pessimism about the possibility of «breakthrough initiatives» from Obama in Latin America...

Nil NIKANDROV | 10.11.2012


 

Bolivian President Bluntly Describes US Diplomacy

Bolivian leader Evo Morales tends to speak in a carefully chosen language, in part as a precaution natural for someone who is permanently under fire from his opponents. It long became a staple of the US propaganda to portray Morales as an individual who does not measure up to the standards normally associated with his status, and on the fringes the campaign against the Latin American country's first indigenous president chronically slips into downright racism. After a period of evident restraint, Morales did respond to the US invectives in an unusually blunt manner in a recent Decolonizaton Day address...

Nil NIKANDROV | 27.10.2012


 

The Fate of OAS to be Decided in 2013: Overhaul or Dissolution

The 42 session of the Organization of American States (OAS) General Assembly was to be focused on food security. But it wasn’t the case: the agenda was dominated by other burning issues, the ones the permanent OAS behind the scenes supervisor - the US State Department – tried to neutralize and silence. The forum took place in Cochabamba, Bolivia, the “populist government” of President Evo Morales, an Indian by origin, was the receiving party...

Nil NIKANDROV | 15.06.2012




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The Anglos: Experts at Reneging on Sovereignty Promises

It should be apparent to every national sovereignty movement that finds itself up against well-entrenched moneyed interests, whether they sit in positions of power in London or Ottawa, that the promises made by the oligarchs of Anglo politico-economic power are never to be trusted. The London coalition government of the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats, as well as the opposition Labor Party, are playing the same game with Scotland that the Ottawa government played with Quebec after the French-speaking province voted to reject independence in a 1980 referendum. English politicians... after promising increased powers to Scotland if the country voted to reject independence, are already backtracking on a promised «devolution max»...

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