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Leaving Afghanistan by May 1? Alas, Not Likely
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Leaving Afghanistan by May 1? Alas, Not Likely
March 13, 2021

Allegations of the CIA’s enmeshment in Afghan drug trafficking percolated thorough articles, reports and books in recent years. The U.S. government investigated some of these claims. Suffice it to say, it would be shocking if the CIA were NOT involved in the Afghan heroin trade.

Time to Break Up The FBI?
May 18, 2020

Such a reform would not end every abuse of federal law enforcement, and all these agencies would need to be kept on a short leash for the sake of civil liberties.

Time to Break Up The FBI?
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Erasing Obama’s Iran Success
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Erasing Obama’s Iran Success
January 6, 2018

The nihilism of modern American politics extends globally with one side seeking to destroy any positive legacy of the other, as the Trump administration continues its drive to sabotage President Obama’s successful Iran nuclear accord.

The US Media War against the Leaders of Latin America (I)
April 4, 2016

Last December the Venezuelan journalist José Vicente Rangel went on his television program to talk about how the Pentagon has created the Center for International Media Assistance (CIMA) that is spreading disinformation about Venezuela. Specialized centers such as CIMA also go after other governments that Washington finds unpalatable…

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The Murder of Chávez. The CIA and DEA Cover Their Tracks
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The Murder of Chávez. The CIA and DEA Cover Their Tracks
March 14, 2016

The journalist Eva Golinger (US – Venezuela) has repeatedly questioned the suspicious circumstances surrounding the death of Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez. The website Iberoamerica.net quotes her statement: «Everything that Washington was trying to achieve during the administration of Hugo Chávez is today being realized in his absence. The cancerous illness from which Chávez suffered was unusually aggressive and suspicious, and every day turns up more evidence that it is possible Chávez was murdered»…

US Special Services: New Provocation Against Venezuela
November 23, 2015

The Wall Street Journal was the first to report that US agents have arrested two relatives of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro on charges of conspiracy to transport 800 kilograms of cocaine to the US…

US Special Services: New Provocation Against Venezuela
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Bolivia: DEA’s Operation Naked King
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Bolivia: DEA’s Operation Naked King
September 28, 2015

The United States has not had an ambassador in Bolivia since 2008, when Philip Goldberg was declared persona non grata for subversive activities intended to overthrow the government of Evo Morales. Morales still indignantly recalls how after presenting his credentials, Goldberg peremptorily informed him that Bolivia should cut off all ties with Cuba and Iran if she wanted to improve relations with Washington…

Creating a Crime: How the CIA Commandeered the DEA
September 12, 2015

The outlawing of narcotic drugs at the start of the Twentieth Century, the turning of the matter from public health to social control, coincided with American’s imperial Open Door policy and the belief that the government had an obligation to American industrialists to create markets in every nation in the world, whether those nations liked it or not.

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