Mes: November 2019

Unspeakable Memories: The Day John Kennedy Died [Edward Curtin – Global Research, 11.22.2019]

There is a vast literature on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, who died on a November 22nd Friday like this in 1963.  I have contributed my small…

The Rise of Militant Religious Right in Latin America [Wayne Madsen – Strategic Culture Foundation, 11.20.2019]

The recent coup d’état in Bolivia that overthrew President Evo Morales was not merely a standard right-wing putsch aided and abetted by the US Central Intelligence Agency but…

Ecuador: The Restoration of Neoliberalism and the Monroe Doctrine [Birsen Filip – Global Research, 11.10.2019]

On November 7, 2019, the National Court of Justice of Ecuador ratified the preventive detention of former president Rafael Correa, along with a number of his former officials. Immediately…

Creation of a political party in Rwanda, called “Development And Liberty For All – UMURINZi” [Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza, 11.09.2019]

After having served the FDU INKINGI Party for thirteen years; Considering that time comes to take my leave in order to give away to my successor to continue…

Five Years On, Saudi Attacks on Yemen’s Farmers Are Pushing the Whole Country into Famine [Ahmed Abdulkareem – MintPress News, 11.01.2019]

[Feature photo | 13-year-old Fatima Haddi Ibrahim Koba is pictured in a Hajjah hospital. The Koba family had to flee their farm in Tihama after it was attacked…

Trident is the Crime [Kathy Kelly – Voices for Creative Nonviolence, 10.25.2019]

On October 24, following a three-day trial in Brunswick, GA, seven Catholic Workers who acted to disarm a nuclear submarine base were convicted on three felony counts and…