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Ex-UN Human Rights Expert Blasts 'Manipulation' on Venezuela
Posted: Thursday, March 21, 2019

Ex-UN Human Rights Expert Blasts 'Manipulation' on Venezuela: 'We Are Swimming in an Ocean of Lies'
By The Grayzone - March 20, 2019
A former United Nations human rights expert and top legal scholar has harshly criticized the international body's reporting on Venezuela, calling it "unprofessional," politicized, and unfairly slanted in favor of the country's right-wing opposition. "We are swimming in an ocean of lies," explained Alfred de Zayas. .

Supporters Around the World Rally, Crying 'Hands Off Venezuela'
By TeleSur - March 16, 2019
From Argentina to South Africa, Malaysia to Peru, New Zealand to Canada and the U.S., supporters of the Bolivarian revolution marched together as part of the World in Solidarity with Venezuela Day this weekend.

'Blatant Effort to Intimidate and Retaliate': Pompeo Imposes Visa Ban on ICC Staff Probing US War Crimes
By Jessica Corbett – Common Dreams - March 15, 2019
Human rights defenders expressed outrage on Friday after Secretary of State Mike Pompeo revealed that the Trump administration is revoking or denying visas for any International Criminal Court (ICC) personnel who try to investigate or prosecute U.S. officials or key allies for potential war crimes.

US Regime Change Blueprint Proposed Venezuelan Electricity Blackouts as 'Watershed Event' for 'Galvanizing Public Unrest'
By Max Blumenthal – The Grayzone - March 11, 2019

NYT's Exposé on the Lies About Burning Aid Trucks in Venezuela Shows How U.S. Government and Media Spread Pro-War Propaganda
By Glenn Greenwald - March 10, 2019

The Conflict of Our Time: U.S. Imperialism vs the Rule of Law
By Nicolas J S Davies - March 08, 2019

Trump Asks Germany, Japan To Pay For Being Occupied
By Moon Of Alabama - March 08, 2019
The extortion scheme Trump wants to use against 'allies' is a perfect own goal. The German government under Chancellor Angela Merkel is already accused of being too deep inside the U.S. rear.

Venezuela Denounces US Participation in Electric Sabotage
Posted: Saturday, March 9, 2019

Venezuela Denounces US Participation in Electric Sabotage
By TeleSur - March 09, 2019
Jorge Rodriguez showed evidence of the participation of U.S. Senator Marco Rubio in the sabotage of the electrical system that left the country without service for more than 24 hours.

Nationwide Blackout In Venezuela -Venezuelanalysis On the Ground Coverage Affected
By Katrina Kozarek - Venezuelanalysis.com - March 08, 2019
Venezuela suffered a nationwide blackout in the afternoon on Thursday, March 7. Government officials denounce sabotage and promise to restore the country to 100 percent electrical service over the coming hours.

Victory for the Chagos Islanders
By John Pilger - February 25, 2019
The International Court of Justice in The Hague has handed down a momentous judgement that says Britain's colonial authority over the Chagos Islands is no longer legal. John Pilger, whose 2004 film, Stealing a Nation, alerted much of the world to the plight of the islanders, tells their story here.

Venezuela: Communication Minister Shows Truth of Border Violence
By TeleSur - February 24, 2019
On Sunday, Venezuelan Minister of Communication and Information Jorge Rodriguez revealed the truth of the violence on the Simon Bolivar-Venezuela border bridge. His revelations show the falsification of reports by mainstream media related to Saturday's violence.

Haiti's desperate struggle against US imperialism met with silence as world watches Venezuela
By John McEvoy - February 20, 2019
With all eyes currently on Venezuela, very little attention has been paid to the desperate struggle against US imperialism in Haiti. It’s time for that to change.

Indians have imported casteism to the US & a black journalist writes on the need to ban it
By Kenneth J. Cooper - March 28, 2018
Until six months ago, I had never considered that Indian immigrants had imported the caste system to the United States.

How Much of Venezuela's Crisis is Really Maduro's Fault?
Posted: Monday, February 18, 2019

What Happened to the Remains of Khashoggi's Predecessor?
by Robert Fisk - February 18, 2019

How Much of Venezuela's Crisis is Really Maduro's Fault?
There are several factors for Venezuela's economic crisis, but you wouldn't know it by listening to U.S. leaders or following corporate media, writes Steve Ellner.

Hate Fest In Warsaw
Warsaw, Poland is not a fun place to visit in darkest February, but that is where the US just staged an anti-Iranian jamboree of 60 client states that brought derision and scorn from Europeans and much of the Mideast.

Understanding Why Iranians Bash the U.S. Government
Two days ago, the New York Times carried an article by Times' journalist Thomas Erdbrink entitled, "For Iran, a Grand Occasion to Bash the U.S.," which was about Iran's celebration of the 40th anniversary of its revolution in 1979. The article included the following sentence, "And like some evil doppelgänger, the United States was omnipresent, despite having broken all ties with Iran in 1981."

Trump's Iran summit shows just how far he is from the rest of the west
Does Mike Pompeo realise what a foolish figure he cuts as he shambles around Europe, spouting risible tosh about Donald Trump's commitment to a "new liberal order" and America as "force for good" in the Middle East? It seems he does not. Pompeo is a former soldier, Tea Party Republican, hawkish CIA chief and enthusiastic torture advocate who complained in 2013 that Guantanamo Bay inmates on hunger strike had "put on weight". Self-awareness is not really his thing.

Yemen war: UK 'on wrong side' of law over Saudi arms sales, British lords say
UK arms exports to Riyadh 'highly likely' to have caused major casualties and some should be suspended, report finds

Haiti in disarray as anti-government protests lead to prison breakout
By Peter Beaumont - February 14, 2019
Demonstrations over missing $4bn in development funds leave police overstretched, allowing 78 inmates to escape

Haiti's Unfolding Revolution Is Directly Linked to Venezuela's
By Kim Ives - February 13, 2019
Chaos reigns in Haiti for a seventh straight day as its masses continue to rise up nationwide to drive President Jovenel Moïse from power for his corruption, arrogance, false promises, and straight-faced lies.

Monica Witt: US Air Force officer defects to Iran with information 'seriously damaging' to national security, officials reveal
Chris Riotta - February 14, 2019

Neoliberalism or Death: The U.S. Economic War Against Venezuela
The Intercept (Audio) - February 13, 2019

Saudi crown prince had threatened to use 'bullet' on Khashoggi: NYTimes

Time to Break the Silence on Palestine

US revisits Vietnam Syndrome in Afghanistan after 17 years of war and destruction
It is America's longest war, costing huge amounts of "blood and treasure" as US leaders claim. Yet, the signs are that Washington is finally accepting a historic defeat in Afghanistan comparable to the ignominious Vietnam War.

Zimbabwe's Capitalist Crisis: Imperial Vultures and Subimperial Doves Both Turn Away From Economic Carcass

Venezuela plot thickens...
Posted: Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Venezuela Attorney General Begins Probe into Juan Guaido, Looks to Ban Travel
The Attorney General of Venezuela, Tareck William Saab, says that Guaido's actions have caused detrimental harm to the nation qualifying him for certain measures including a ban from traveling outside the country.

Coup in Venezuela: What Next?
Marco Teruggi, a Caracas-based political commentator, examines the situation of the Bolivarian Government in the international chessboard.

Venezuela plot thickens… UN should be probing Washington and allies for regime-change crimes
Identical condemnations from the US and allies and the synchronicity show that Venezuela is being targeted for regime change in a concerted plot led by Washington.

US Hits PDVSA with More Sanctions as UNSC Fails to Pass Resolution on Venezuela
US Treasury imposed a de facto oil embargo against Venezuela as the diplomatic standoff over Guaido’s self-proclamation continues.

Venezuela crisis: Former UN rapporteur says US sanctions are killing citizens
'Modern-day economic sanctions and blockades are comparable with medieval sieges of towns'

Venezuela - Trump's Coup Plan Has Big Flaws
While U.S. coup plotting against Venezuela goes back to at least 1998 when the deceased President Chavez won his first election, the actual planning for this coup attempt was only done during the last two month. There are many holes in the plan and it involves a lot of wishful thinking. That might give the Maduro government openings to deflect the attack.

Top 5 Dumbest Arguments Defending Trump's Venezuela Interventionism
...sure there are Venezuelans who don't like their government, but their existence doesn't justify US interventionism. Secondly, it's a known fact that online trolls will be employed to help manufacture support for all sorts of geopolitical agendas, from Israel's shill army to the MEK terror cult's anti-Iran troll farm to the Bana Alabed psyop for Syria. And here's this example, just for your information, of a Twitter account talking about how much fun she's having in Paris and then a few days later claiming she's in Venezuela waiting in "5+ hour queues to buy a loaf of bread." Be skeptical of what strangers on social media tell you about what's happening inside a nation that's been targeted by the empire, please.

The US Strategy for Regime Change in Venezuela
The CEPR’s Alex Main and TRNN’s Greg Wilpert discuss the trajectory of US regime change policy in Venezuela through to the present coup in progress backed by the Trump administration.



Venezuela's Maduro and Guaido Give Dueling Speeches as US Begins Diplomatic Withdrawal
Guaido repeated calls for the military to depose the government, while Maduro urged Washington to stay out of Venezuelan affairs.

Why Is Canada So Hot Under the Collar About Venezuela?
Columnist Thomas Walkom examines Canada's increasingly aggressive foreign policy towards Venezuela.

America Has Its Gunsights on Venezuela
Posted: Friday, January 25, 2019

In Images: Venezuelan People Mobilize In Support of Maduro
During a hectic day in Venezuela, the mainstream media coverage focused on the mobilization of the opposition and the opinions of a select group of international figures, ignoring the thousands who took to the streets in defense of democracy, national sovereignty, peace and the Bolivarian Revolution.

Washington Has Appointed A President For Venezuela
After listening since 2016 to the American presstitutes complain, without providing a mere scrap of evidence, of Russia meddling in US elections, a person would think that the last thing Washington would do would be to meddle in other countries’ elections.

Repeated History, US Backs Another Coup in Venezuela {AUDIO}
Eugene Puryear interviews VA's Lucas Koerner about the US-backed coup attempt in Venezuela and the illegitimacy of Juan Guaidó’s claim to the presidency of the Caribbean nation.

Washington orchestrates coup in Venezuela, incites civil war, in name of ‘democracy’
The dramatic events in Venezuela have “US-orchestrated coup d’état” written all over them. Washington is also giving itself license for military intervention which could spark a proxy war involving Russia.

US Initiates Coup Against President Nicolás Maduro

Venezuelan Opposition Leader Guaido Declares Himself President, Recognized by US and Allies
The move marks a significant escalation of the political crisis in Venezuela, as Maduro called on the people to defeat this "coup attempt."

Venezuelan Armed Forces Recognize Maduro as President
Defense Minister Vladimir Padrino Lopez said the armed forces won't recognize Juan Guaido, an imposed interim president.

Venezuelan Top Court Calls for Probe into Illegal Actions of Suspended National Assembly
The opposition president of the National Assembly of Venezuela Juan Guaido has unconstitutionally sworn himself in as President to push a "transitional council."

New Coup Attempt In Venezuela Led by Juan Guaido

Venezuela Cuts Relations with United States Over Coup Support

US VP Pence Urges Venezuelans to Oust Maduro, Caracas Says 'Yankee Go Home'
The comments from Trump’s number two come as Venezuelans of both political bands are set to stage demonstrations on Wednesday, January 23.



America Has Its Gunsights on Venezuela
It is plain as day that the United States wants to overthrow the government in Venezuela

While Criticizing Maduro, Sanders Says US Should 'Not Be in the Business of Regime Change' in Venezuela
"The United States has a long history of inappropriately intervening in Latin American countries," said the senator. "We must not go down that road again."

Blockading Venezuela
Posted: Friday, August 24, 2018

Blockading Venezuela: the linchpin of the US strategy of aggression
Sanctions now form a key part of what is a strategic plan by the US to ruin the Venezuelan economy, says TIM YOUNG

Trump tweets the word 'Africa' for first time as president – in defense of whites in South Africa
President Trump on Wednesday night said he was directing Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to "closely study the South Africa land and farm seizures," as well as the "killing of farmers."

Here's The Story Behind That Trump Tweet On South Africa – And Why It Sparked Outrage

The American Scream
Just like when the medieval executioners tortured their prisoners to scream out for "mercy", so today two former aides of US President Donald Trump are put being on the rack to extract a begging response. If they finger the president, then maybe mercy will be shown to the prisoners.

That Facebook Will Turn to Censoring the Left Isn't a Worry—It's a Reality

At least 31 civilians, mostly children, killed in Saudi-led airstrike in Yemen's Hudaydah

Moscow calls on Washington to fulfill int'l obligations and withdraw forces from Syria


Iran nuclear deal: EU shields firms from US sanctions law

Debunking Trump's Racist Myth, Study Shows Immigrants Boosting US Healthcare, Not Draining It
"The Trump administration's narrative is not based in fact but is simply part of a much broader attempt to penalize and disparage immigrants."

CIA chief hints agency is working to change Venezuelan government
The head of the CIA has suggested the agency is working to change the elected government of Venezuela and is collaborating with two countries in the region to do so.

Venezuela's President Maduro Survives Assassination Attack On Live TV
Six arrests have already been made in the spectacular foiled terrorist attack.

Venezuelan president Maduro targeted with explosive drones

The Hidden History Of The Women Who Rose Up

Rebels in southern Syria reach deal to end violence
After weeks of government and Russian bombardment, rebels agree to gradually withdraw and hand over heavy weapons.

Democracy Denied: US Turning Haiti Into Another Vassal State

The Hidden History Of The Women Who Rose Up
Posted: Sunday, July 8, 2018

The Hidden History Of The Women Who Rose Up

Rebels in southern Syria reach deal to end violence
After weeks of government and Russian bombardment, rebels agree to gradually withdraw and hand over heavy weapons.

Democracy Denied: US Turning Haiti Into Another Vassal State

Haiti president tells protesters 'go home' after fuel hike suspended

North Korea Slams 'Gangster-Like' US Demands After Pompeo Visit
Officials term two-day talks with Pompeo 'regrettable'

Greenwald: I came to Russia to combat US' toxic view on the country

Dueling tariffs raise fears of long U.S.-China trade battle

Iran Wants World Powers to Fully Compensate Them for US Sanctions

Israel is arming neo-Nazis in Ukraine

Palestinian killed as Gaza protests against Israel enter fourth month

US Stresses Interventionist Plan in Cuba, Nicaragua, Venezuela
Posted: Friday, May 4, 2018

US Stresses Interventionist Plan in Cuba, Nicaragua, Venezuela
"We will stay by the side of those who long for freedom and we will confront their oppressors," vice President Mike Pence.

Yemen - Massacres and Assassinations Trigger a New Phase of War
In mid April some 20+ of Sudanese soldiers were killed in an ambush in northern Yemen. Sudan, which sent up to 10,000 soldiers to Yemen in hope of Saudi money, is reconsidering its engagement. The Gulf states had promised investments in Sudan and the lifting of U.S. sanction in exchange for sending cannon fodder. Neither happened.

The War On Iran Has Begun. Russia Must End It
The destruction of states such as Iraq, Syria, Libya, and Iran is about isolating Russia when its own turn comes

Hassan Nasrallah: Israel has come into direct confrontation with Iran

A Time Of Chaos
In spite of the bombing by the Western media (a particularly apt metaphor in this case), in their attempt to persuade public opinion of the latest atrocities committed by al-Assad’s regime; in spite of the near unanimous opinion of political commentators that this was nothing but a humanitarian response, a fair punishment, and one more proof of the vitality of the "Western alliance"; in spite of all this, citizens in the West (and much more so in the rest of the world), whenever asked, expressed their doubts about this media narrative and for the most part spoke against the attacks. Why is that?

Gaza Bleeds Alone as 'Liberals' and 'Progressives' Go Mute

‘No need to lie’: Zeman says Czech Republic tested nerve agent similar to Novichok used on Skripals



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