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Argentina ignores U.S. and enacts Law to pay Reestructured Debt

The Government of Argentina managed to impose its parliamentary majority to push through a law that enables payment of the restructured debt in the country and intends to avoid the obstacles imposed by a the United States judge to pay off creditors. After a session that started Wednesday and lasted for more than fourteen hours, the government took the project forward in Parliament and approved with 134 votes in favor, ...Read full article...

Eduardo Campos assassinated by CIA

Death of candidate opened the door for current challenger, Marina Silva, who is a George Soros puppet by Wayne Madsen WayneMadsenReport.com September 2, 2014 The plane crash that killed Brazilian presidential candidate Eduardo Campos, who was running in second place behind incumbent President Dilma Rousseff, has severely harmed Rousseff’s chances for re-election. Campos’s successor on the ticket, former Green Party leader Marina Silva, a George Soros puppet, now stands ...Read full article...

Brazil is officially in Economic Recession

While three clueless politicians debate what’s the best way to go for the former Portuguese colony, GDP, income and production have shrunk in time for the Spring elections. Porto Alegre – Brazil, the largest economy in Latin America and seventh in the world, technically entered into economic recession in the second quarter of 2014, according to figures released by the Government, and amid a disputed presidential election campaign that ...Read full article...

Russia set to Reopen its Electronic Spying Center in Cuba

After being closed for 13 years, the Russian government is set to reopen its electronic spying center in Lourdes, Cuba. The agreement to reopen the facility was signed by the Cuban and Russian regimes during Vladimir Putin’s visit to the Caribbean island last week.  The news was announced by Russian newspaper, Kommersant, which cited official Kremlin sources, although the name of the source was not given. The Lourdes facility was ...Read full article...

Central American Failed Leadership Requests Humanitarian Treatment of Illegal Immigrants

The most recent version of the ever worsening immigration crisis has been orchestrated by Central American political leaders and the Washington establishment. This is an effort to erase national borders and to bring about a world without national sovereignty. The rulers of Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Costa Rica, Panama, Dominican Republic and Belize clamored for a humanitarian approach to solve the immigration crisis in the US southern border. The ...Read full article...

Ukraine lobbies against Russia in U.S. owned Central America

The renewed ties between Russia and some Central American countries and the desire to seek support for the current conflict with Ukraine have activated diplomatic envoys from Ukraine all over the planet with the only intention of intensifying the lobby to maintain political support for the illegal, self-appointed Nazi government in Kiev. “The pro Russian allies in Latin America might imitate their disrespect for borders. If they support Russia ...Read full article...

Brazil’s main concern should be the security of its citizens, not the Internet

Forget about an Internet Constitution or re-routing fiber optic cables out of American control. What Brazilians really need is that their government takes the security of its citizens seriously. If the government led by Dilma Rousseff gave half of the attention it gives to the Internet to issues like poverty, security, taxation and corruption, Brazil wouldn’t need to worry about Internet security. Neither Dilma’s government nor that of her ...Read full article...

Costa Rica elects more of the same in latest Presidential Race

San Jose – Despite a third party victory during the second round of elections, Costa Rican people have not really had an option to choose from in 2014. Much like it happened for the past five decades, the traditional oligarchy has won once again. Although neither of the two traditional political parties won the presidential race, the new president elect, Luis Guillermo Solis, a career professor, rose to the ...Read full article...

Venezuela Enforces Fingerprint Registry to Buy Groceries

When the government is the sole provider of everything that the population needs, people are automatically forced to do anything. The nation is a mirror of what will come in the near future to countries like the United States, England, Germany and others. What if you were forced to “register” in order to buy groceries?  And what if, through that registration, the food you bought could be tracked and ...Read full article...

Destabilizing Venezuela: Washington v. Chavismo

Destabilizing Venezuela is longstanding US policy. Chavez denounced it many times. President Nicolas Maduro does now. After his April 2013 election, he accused opposition candidate Henrique Capriles of coup plotting against him. “Preparations are under way for an attempt to de-recognize democratic institutions,” he said. Dark forces never quit. Washington prioritizes regime change. Venezuela is a prime target. At the time, Maduro accused US embassy officials of plotting “acts ...Read full article...

Venezuela has the Highest Inflation in the World

The Central Bank of Venezuela (BCV ) unveiled Tuesday the scarcity index, which measures the total absence of assets and the inability to replace the equivalent of another brand in 2014. The report revealed the low supply of all goods in the domestic market. The index showed a total of 28%, the highest figure since the agency began to show that indicator, which confirmed an increase of 5.8% compared ...Read full article...

The Bitter Truth about “Big Sugar”

Here at The Real Agenda News, we strive for supporting folks who help raise awareness about real issues. I have just come across a new film -even though it is not new. It was produced by Brian McKenna and originally aired by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation back in 2005. I’m sure many of our busy readers have not watched it, so I decided to bring it back from the ...Read full article...

Brazil prepares Police Surveillance State for World Cup and Olympic Games

Problem, reaction, solution. The famous Hegelian dialect has never been so useful to explain current events as it is today. If anyone thought that the government of Brazil did not know about the popular uprising during the last Confederations Cup in 2013, in which millions of people protested on the streets and even took over the congressional building in Brasilia, think again. The most important achievement of the protests ...Read full article...

Brazil seeks to serve a new Master away from Mercosur

Brazil seems determined to break ties with Mercosur to sign, once and for all, a new free trade agreement with the European Union, one that, promoters argue, is up to the importance of its economy. After the failed attempt to close the agreement in 2004, the Brazilian Government, with support from the local private sector, proposes a reduction of tariffs to be applied faster than its partners and that ...Read full article...

Massive Fraud, Intimidation and Vote Buying in Honduras

On Sunday, November 24, Hondurans voted. Eight candidates contested for president. Only two mattered. LIBRE party (Liberty and Refoundation) candidate Xiomara Castro challenged ruling National party’s Juan Orlando Hernandez. A previous article explained. It said business as usual prevailed. Fraud, intimidation and vote buying were rampant. So were political assassinations. Democracy was nowhere in sight. Honduras has none. Fascist extremism is official policy. A cauldron of violence and repression persist. Washington ...Read full article...
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