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Global Famine

Humanity is undergoing in the post-Cold War era an economic and social crisis of unprecedented scale leading to the rapid impoverishment of large sectors of the World population. National economies are collapsing, unemployment is rampant. Local level famines have erupted in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and parts of Latin America. This “globalization of poverty” –which has largely reversed the achievements of post-war decolonization– was initiated in the Third World ...Read full article...

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

p5rn7vb 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 ...Read full article...

America’s Threat to World Peace begins at Home

A new poll affirms it. Respondents in 68 countries said so. Anti-US sentiment is palpable. It doesn’t surprise. It’s for good reason. Around one-fourth of people surveyed believe America is the greatest threat to world peace. Pakistan was second with 8%. Other countries mentioned were Afghanistan, Iran, Israel and North Korea. About 13% of Americans believe the same thing as many abroad. Others in Latin America feel the same way. Moroccans, ...Read full article...

Is AIDS the Deadliest Mass Synthetic Weapon?

Proof that the AIDS virus is man-made and not naturally born, pile on as more information turns public and access to more and more documents that reach more and more people become available. The account that the AIDS virus was originally found in a monkey, and that from it, the virus somehow jumped to humans has been debunked; to use a popular term. The most eye-opening piece of evidence ...Read full article...

Brazil asks Canada to explain illegal eavesdropping

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff demanded on Monday that Canada explain a media report that said it spied on Brazil’s Mines and Energy Ministry, and she called on the United States and its allies to stop spying over the Internet. A Brazilian television report said on Sunday that Canada’s electronic eavesdropping agency targeted the ministry that manages the South American nation’s vast mineral and oil resources. The report was based ...Read full article...

In an age of ‘realists’ and vigilantes, there is cause for optimism

The most important anniversary of the year was the 40th anniversary of 11 September 1973 – the crushing of the democratic government of Chile by General Augusto Pinochet and Henry Kissinger, then US secretary of state. The National Security Archive in Washington has posted new documents that reveal much about Kissinger’s role in an atrocity that cost thousands of lives.  In declassified tapes, Kissinger is heard planning with President ...Read full article...

Brazil Central Bank cuts GDP growth forecast

AFP | DECEMBER 20, 2012 Brazil’s Central Bank on Thursday cut its GDP growth forecast for 2012 from 1.6 percent to 1 per cent, confirming a marked slowdown in Latin America’s biggest economy. In September, the Bank had already revised its forecast downward from 2.5 percent to 1.6 percent. Thursday, the bank also revised its inflation estimate for 2012 to 5.7 percent, up from 5.2 percent. The new projection ...Read full article...

Massive Cyber Attack on Banks Happening Across Western World

$2.5 Billion Siphoned From Financial Institutions So Far By MAC SLAVO | SHTFPLAN.com | JUNE 27, 2012 Leading cyber security firm McAfee has issued a startling breaking news report that indicates the U.S., European and Latin American financial systems are under a massive financial attacks that have digitally siphoned some $2.5 billion from thousands of accounts from various financial institutions. According to McAfee, the attacks are ongoing and international ...Read full article...

US Military wants Drones over Latin America

LATINO VOICES | JUNE 14, 2012 The U.S. Military is looking to relocate some of their predator drones, sending some to South and Central America, according to a new article in Wired Magazine. As US forces come home from Afghanistan, the US military seems to have a surplus of predator drones — remotely operated unmanned aircraft vehicles often used to carry out attacks and intelligence gathering missions. Drones previously ...Read full article...

Latin American Countries want Cuba free of Sanctions

By ANDREW CAWTHORNE | REUTERS | APRIL 16, 2012 Unprecedented Latin American opposition to U.S. sanctions on Cuba left President Barack Obama isolated at a summit on Sunday and illustrated Washington’s declining influence in a region being aggressively courted by China. Unlike the rock-star status he enjoyed at the 2009 Summit of the Americas after taking office, Obama has had a bruising time at the two-day meeting in Colombia ...Read full article...

Venezuela will not recognize World Bank ruling in Exxon case

by Daniel Wallis Reuters January 8, 2012 Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said on Sunday that his country would not recognize any ruling by a World Bank tribunal in a multibillion-dollar arbitration case with Exxon Mobil Corp. Exxon took Venezuela to the World Bank’s International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes, or ICSID, seeking as much as $12 billion in compensation after Chavez ordered the nationalization of the Cerro Negro ...Read full article...

D.E.A Commandos Attack Cartels that Cut Into Its Profits

Charlie Savage New York Times October 8, 2011 Late on a moonless night last March, a plane smuggling nearly half a ton of cocaine touched down at a remote airstrip in Honduras. A heavily armed ground crew was waiting for it — as were Honduran security forces. After a 20-minute firefight, a Honduran officer was wounded and two drug traffickers lay dead. Several news outlets briefly reported the episode, ...Read full article...

Western Democracy: A Farce And A Sham

Paul Craig Roberts Infowars.com November 3, 2011 Consider that the entire Western world is outraged that the Greek prime minister announced that he is going to permit the Greek people to decide their own fate instead of having it decided for them by a handful of banksters, politicians, and bureaucrats living it up at taxpayer expense at “talks” in the French resort of Cannes on the Mediterranean. The Greek ...Read full article...

Brazil faces forecasts of slow growth

UPI November 1, 2011 Brazilian government economic planners have been served the first warning this year that the Latin American country’s commodities-fueled economy may be slowing. Data released by the state development bank BNDES indicated the sluggish growth wasn’t only a reality but one that had gained momentum in recent months. Reports of the continent’s largest economy slowing contrast with projections that continue to indicate healthy activity in most ...Read full article...

United Nations Religion: Fake Environmentalism on the Rise

The value of a human life will be equaled to that of a tree or an insect. The core of the initiative enacted already in Bolivia was drafted by its communist leader Evo Morales. Canada.com April 12, 2011 Bolivia will this month table a draft United Nations treaty giving “Mother Earth” the same rights as humans — having just passed a domestic law that does the same for bugs, ...Read full article...
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