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Jair Bolsonaro to sign decree guaranteeing private possession of firearms

The elected president of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, said today that he intends to guarantee, by decree, the possession of firearms to people without a criminal record. Three days before taking office as President of Brazil, Bolsonaro made the announcement through social networks, as is his custom. “By decree we intend to guarantee the possession of firearms for citizens without criminal records, as well as make registration definitive,” he said on ...Read full article...

The United States are preparing a war between Latin-American states

Little by little, the partisans of the Cebrowski doctrine are advancing their pawns. If they must cease creating wars in the Greater Middle East, they’ll just turn around and inflame the Caribbean Basin. Above all, the Pentagon is planning to assassinate an elected head of state, ruin his country, and undermine the unity of Latin-America. John Bolton, the new US National Security Advisor, has relaunched the Pentagon’s project for ...Read full article...

13 million Argentinian children live in abject poverty

Millions of children live below the poverty line in the outskirts of Buenos Aires, but there was very little reporting about this reality while members of the G20 group visited the city over the weekend. About 40% of all children live in families that survive with just over $500 a month, the minimum amount needed to purchase basic food items. Unfortunately, lack of money is the least important problem ...Read full article...

El mes Negro Costarricense: Recuento del Combo Fiscal

Por Sofía Guillén Economista En Julio de este año, el Movimiento Social Sindical le presentó al Presidente de la República una propuesta de Reforma Fiscal Alternativa. Fue en Casa Presidencial. Yo estaba ahí y ayudé a construir el texto entregado. Eran iniciativas para empezar el diálogo. La propuesta tenía 2 bloques: PARTE 1. Capítulos anti-fraude fiscal, anti-corrupción, reforma al impuesto de renta para hacerlo más progresivo, combatir contrabando en ...Read full article...

Poverty reaches 50% in rural areas of Latin America

Poverty does not care about geographical location. Poor people live in developed nations as well as in underdeveloped and developing countries. There are poor people in city squallers as there are in rural areas. But poverty seems to show a growing trend in rural Latin America. Almost half of the people living in the countryside in Latin America and the Caribbean are poor. There are 59 million people who ...Read full article...

The Venezuelan environmental tragedy you don’t know about

In a country plunged into a deep social, economic and political crisis, little attention has been paid to the mineral exploitation of 111,843 square kilometers. enezuela extracts oil since the 1910s, when its exploitation became more profitable than coffee and cocoa. All national development projects and income depend on energy resources such as oil. But not even oil explitation resulted in a prosperous nation. Currently, the deep economic crisis ...Read full article...

Costa Rica sinks into the mud of its Fiscal Deficit

The discussion of fiscal deficit in Costa Rica is very limited in scope. NO ONE is talking about the real cause of the explosion of the deficit: THE FOREIGN DEBT of the government. Eliminating “luxury pensions” could not contain or end the deficit, which is 50% of GDP when analyzed and compared proportionally with other countries, where the deficit is of 98% of GDP in Spain, or almost 100% ...Read full article...

Mass Illegal immigration balkanises Latin America

Make no mistake, mass illegal immigration does not yield any benefits for host countries. Flooding a country with thousands or tens of thousands of people, with different beliefs and customs every year only produces social instability. Germany, France and Sweden are undeniable examples of this. In Latin America it is not an exception. The arrival in neighboring countries of thousands of Venezuelans and Nicaraguans fleeing the crisis in their ...Read full article...

Abortion is not the responsibility of ALL, but of those who want or need to get one

Argentina votes against legalizing abortions. Passing a law in favor of abortion, to legalize or finance it is equivalent to forcing ALL to be responsible for the carelessness, accidents, and decisions of others; is to make us all the hostages of these people, their carelessness, accidents and deaths. Therefore, you can not pass a law that “legalizes” abortion. First, because there is no need for a law for any ...Read full article...

Nicaragua will be the next Venezuela

Paramilitary forces attack rural and coastal areas that show opposition to Ortega. The cities of Diriamba and Jinotepe, in the Pacific of Nicaragua, awoke today under heavy attacks from Government forces, which penetrated massively with weapons of war to dismantle demonstrations against President Daniel Ortega. The attacks were carried out with hundreds of heavily armed men, including police, riot police, paramilitaries and pro-government groups, transported in trucks along with ...Read full article...

Argentina is now owned by the IMF

Venezuela, Costa Rica and Argentina are three nations that suffer due to their massive debt with foreign banks. Countries all over Latin America are running out of time to curb, once and for all, their growing public debts and fiscal deficits, yet, none of those countries seem to know, or simply refuse to recognize, that the largest source of debt slavery is foreign loans from supranational banking cartels. Venezuela, Costa ...Read full article...

The hidden stakes behind Venezuela’s presidential election

Formally speaking, the level of abstention during the Presidential election in Venezuela does not allow us to validate the democratic character of the victory of Nicolás Maduro. However, the amount of participation is easily sufficient, in the middle of an economic war, to illustrate popular support for national institutions. Indeed, far more than the Chàvists’ hold on power, what was in play was the future of the country faced ...Read full article...

What kind of Brazil do you want?

Misery, crime and corruption collapse the South American giant. SÃO PAULO – It seems repetitive, but every three or four months we have to talk about Brazil; about its poverty, increase in crime and corruption that still exist in this South American country. An uncertain number of Brazilians fall into extreme poverty every day while the country is torn between political hostility and latent corruption, despite recent advances in ...Read full article...

Argentina is a Poverty Factory in South America

Inflation causes a loss of 25% in purchasing power, which hurts the poorest people in the country. There are people who commit crimes, it is the first time they are going through that, but due to a need, an economic pressure “. The description does not belong to an anthropologist sensitized to the fate of the Argentines hardest hit by poverty conditions. The “the lack of inclusion” leads to ...Read full article...

Is Venezuela following a Globalist Script?

All you have to do to answer this question is to look at the starting point of all popular uprisings that took place around the world over the last 3 years. What did the countries where “springs” and declarations of revolution made the headlines? All people in those countries -Egypt, Iraq, Afghanistan, Iran, Cuba, Yemen, Libya, Syria, Ukraine, Brazil, Venezuela- had two things in common: They were slaves to ...Read full article...
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