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A Global Revolutionary You can learn as much about a man from his critics as you can from his admirers. Henry Kissinger, U.S. secretary of state under Nixon, described Fidel in his memoirs as perhaps the most genuine revolutionary leader in power at that time.The former Secretary of State and advisor to various U.S. Presidents...
It Was the Democrats' Embrace of Neoliberalism That Won It for Trump They will blame James Comey and the FBI. They will blame voter suppression and racism. They will blame Bernie or bust and misogyny. They will blame third parties and independent candidates. They will blame the corporate media for giving him the platform, social media for being a bullhorn, and WikiLeaks...
What Trump´s Victory Means At the onset of the 2016 presidential elections, the elites of the Democratic and Republican parties did not think the issue would be anything but business as usual. The next president of the nation would inevitably have the surname of one of the families who had ruled before: Bush or Clinton; and life...
The United States and Fateful Anniversaries On September 11th, the anniversaries of multiple misdeeds by the US government in recent years coincide.On that date in 1973, the coup d’état against the constitutional government of Salvador Allende in Chile took place. It was organized, financed and led by the Pentagon and the CIA, in a conspiracy...
The New Neo-Liberal “Plan Condor” Just as in the 1970s and 1980s there was a Plan Condor –which was an operation of criminal coordination and mutual support among dictatorships of the Southern Cone of the American continent, under CIA supervision. Its methods were to murder, spy, monitor, kidnap, torture and illegally exchange persons...
Stubborn Capitalism Won’t Leave Cuba Alone When someone talks to Cubans today about the benefits of capitalism and plans are drawn to aid them in the transition to that socio-economic order, they are assuming Cuban citizens suffer from a historical amnesia against which they are vaccinated.At the birth of the twentieth century, Cuba began a direct...

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