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Nicaragua’s Sandinistas Battle ‘Diabolical’ U.S. Empire and Poverty on 42 Anniversary of Revolution
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Nicaragua’s Sandinistas Battle ‘Diabolical’ U.S. Empire and Poverty on 42 Anniversary of Revolution
July 25, 2021

The Grayzone reports from Nicaragua on the 42nd anniversary of the Sandinista revolution. Nicaraguans discuss their improved quality of life, President Ortega condemns the dictatorial US “empire that wants to dominate all countries,” and Vice President Murillo declares poverty an imperialist “crime against humanity.”

U.S. Regime Change Echos in the Caribbean
July 23, 2021

Having annihilated the island’s native people, the Europeans brought in African men and women who had been captured and enslaved. What unites the West Indian islands is not language and culture, but the wretchedness of slavery, rooted in an oppressive plantation economy.

U.S. Regime Change Echos in the Caribbean
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Suspected Assassins of Haitian President Moïse Trained by U.S., Linked to Pro-Coup Oligarchy
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Suspected Assassins of Haitian President Moïse Trained by U.S., Linked to Pro-Coup Oligarchy
July 10, 2021

As shock grips the Caribbean island nation of Haiti following the assassination of President Jovenel Moïse, the Haitian government has carried out a campaign to arrest suspects it alleges are responsible for the murder.

The Spirit of Carabobo Versus the Threats of Monroe
June 25, 2021

Bolívar, now the head of the Republic of Gran Colombia (today’s Colombia and Venezuela), would not rest. He got on his horse and rode south towards Quito, where Spain’s forces remained and would eventually be defeated on May 24, 1822, at the battle of Pichincha.

The Spirit of Carabobo Versus the Threats of Monroe
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Kamala’s “New Era” Mexico Trip was an “Anti-Trump Coup” Clean-up Job
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Kamala’s “New Era” Mexico Trip was an “Anti-Trump Coup” Clean-up Job
June 11, 2021

We cannot ignore the vast network of Soros-backed NGOs operating in Central America and, much to the chagrin of the Mexican government, also in Mexico.

Chile’s New Constitution Spells a Defeat for Neoliberalism and the Right-Wing
May 25, 2021

Rewriting the constitution provides the opportunity to address the imbalance that has ravaged Chile and created a society where profit has silenced dignity and human rights for decades, Ramona Wadi writes.

Chile’s New Constitution Spells a Defeat for Neoliberalism and the Right-Wing
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Peru General Election Campaign: Tight Race Between Left and Right
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Peru General Election Campaign: Tight Race Between Left and Right
May 21, 2021

While there is no “indigenous identity” third candidate in Peru’s June 6 run-off, the two candidates remaining are as far apart as Lasso and Arauz. The winner will assume the presidency on July 28.

VIDEO: U.S. Immigration ‘Crisis’ A Bipartisan Toxic Legacy
April 24, 2021

No one wants to push a mop for minimum wage in America but it’s much better than a life of brutal poverty on the street.

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