From the Lead Years to the Talcum Years

(Above) President Jair Bolsonaro, by the School of Samba Vigário Geral in the parade of Carnival 2020, in allusion to the Brazilian clown ‘Bozo’. Very appropriate. By Rivaldo Cardoso Melo Fifty-six years ago, on April 1, 1964 a coup d'état in Brazil installed a fascist regime that pledged to combat corruption and the “Red Threat”... Continue Reading →

Bolivia’s coup: Morales toppled not due to his failures, but due to his success

[It is clearly evident that foreign governments played a role in the recent coup d'etat. It should also be obvious at this point in history that natural resources were the crux of the equation. So as Bolivia becomes the latest victim in a string of recent US backed regime change operations, we are reminded that... Continue Reading →

A Quick Retrospective on Syria

[This may be old news to some of our audience, however we believe it is important to highlight information that some people might not be aware of. This is especially prudent considering the recent US partial troop withdrawal from the Syrian boarder with Turkey, and the resulting uproar from both major US political parties clamoring... Continue Reading →

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