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Lawless US Sanctions on Venezuela

On December 8, US Senate members passed “S. 2142: Venezuela Defense of Human Rights and Civil Society Act of 2014.”  “A bill to impose targeted sanctions on persons responsible for violations of human rights of antigovernment protesters in Venezuela, to strengthen civil society in Venezuela, and for other purposes.” Passed by voice vote. Unanimously. Disgracefully. House members expected to follow suit. More on the bill below. The world’s leading ...Read full article...

Latin America is after a new Economic Model

Latin America is looking for a model that replaces the one that existed during the time of the bonanza, when regional growth was of 5%.  VERACRUZ - The region has set its sights on the future and doubts are already floating in the air. So what to do?? That is the question that has hit the political leaders like a dart, crossing corridors and secret meetings of the Ibero-American ...Read full article...

Is Massive Austerity next in Latin America?

It is rare to hear economic analysts attempt to forecast measures that can be applied to a whole world region. The only times when so-called scholars and television economists appear on main stream media warning about the need to execute massive changes in the way regions manage their finances and investment, is usually when those measures are imminent. Although Europe and Asia have traditionally attracted the attention of studious ...Read full article...

These are the Pariahs that set Brazil Back

They are now coming for your pensions, retirement money, your property and your livelihoods. BRAZIL – Multiple perspectives are better than one perspective. No one denies that Dilma and Lula have been scoundrels for Brazil as a whole, but what alternatives did Brazilians have in the last election? The answer is none. Lula, Dilma, Marina Silva and Aécio Neves are just poster people for the same banking elite that ...Read full article...

Latin America seeks Strategic Alliances with China

The three Latin American countries that participated in the recently concluded APEC summit in Beijing have shown a good understanding with the host country. The Mexican president, Enrique Peña Nieto, Michelle Bachelet from Chile and Peru’s Ollanta Humala have used the summit to make state visits or work with the aim of signing agreements with China and in doing so, improve bilateral relations. Not surprisingly, China was in 2013 ...Read full article...

United States seeks reconciliation with Brazil

If one is to judge by actions and words, the US government wants to make an effort to revive the relationship with Brazil following the re-election of Dilma Rousseff as president. This is suggested by the first reactions after Sunday’s elections. Relations between the two giants deteriorated over a year ago after leaked documents uncovered that the US spied on Brazil’s giant oil company Petrobras and Rousseff herself. The revelation ...Read full article...

Brazil: Human Farming at its Best

Today, nothing changed in Brazil. The political and corporate parasite classes will continue to suck off of the working people, while the welfare parasite class will continue to feel bad for themselves while lying down on their sorry bottoms waiting for the welfare checks to arrive. Nowhere in the western world does the human farming model work best than here in Brazil. Once again, at least half of Brazil ...Read full article...

Venezuela will get Temporary Seat at UN Security Council

Venezuela will be a member of the UN Security Council beginning early next year and will hold that membership until the end of 2016.  The country’s candidacy received support to become a member in the first round of votes with a total of 181 members casting their preference. From those who voted, Venezuela needed to get at least 129 nations in favor, which it did, and now it is the ...Read full article...

Widespread Corruption undermines Rousseff’s Presidency

With only two weeks until Brazilians vote in the second round for the presidency, the two candidates, the current president, Dilma Rousseff, from PT, and Senator Aecio Neves, from PSDB, a new wave of suspicions and accusations of corruption has shaken Rousseff’s image. The former director of supply from Brazil’s largest public company, Petrobras, Paulo Roberto Costa, testified this week before a judge that this company had a system ...Read full article...

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...
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