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Operation Condor 2.0

There is a new Operation Condor, not unlike the old one that resulted in the murder and disappearance of thousands of people across Latin America. The original Condor began in 1975 with the cooperation of rightwing dictatorships in the Southern Cone--Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay. This was a direct attack on South Americans opposed to neoliberal [&;]

JFK Files Reveal US Biological Warfare Plans Against Cuba

In the summer of 1975, congressional staffer Loch Johnson was searching through classified papers at the LBJ Library in Austin, Texas, when he came across something he couldn’t believe — a covert plan by the US military to deploy biological weapons against Cuba. This was more than Johnson was bargaining for, even though he was at the archive looking for files related to covert actions directed against Cuba.

Was Russia Behind Cuba Sonic Attacks?

With the mystery of on American diplomats in Havana still unresolved, a new development has caused some to point to a familiar foe: Russia.The State Department recently received another report of a possible covert attack on US foreign officials, sources told

JFK: Victim of the National Security State

Following the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962, President Kennedy announced he would ban the testing of nuclear weapons. He called for an end to the Cold War and the removal of troops from South Vietnam. Kennedy also put an end to the Pentagon's plan to invade Cuba and refused to provide air support for the Bay of Pigs invasion. It was the last straw when he forced the resignation of Allen Dulles, the director of the CIA. The National Security State said Kennedy had to go. They said he was a threat to national security.

The CIA, Mafia, Mexico — and Oswald, Part 6

When John F. Kennedy was assassinated on November 22, 1963, the United States lost more than its president. It lost its innocence. The subsequent investigations into the young president’s killing raised more questions than they answered — and caused Americans to lose faith in their government. Indeed, for many people in the US and across the world, the assassination marked the point at which their fundamental perceptions changed.Just after the Warren Commission released its report on the assassination, the level of public trust in government was at 77 percent.

The CIA, Mafia, Mexico — and Oswald, Part 5

When John F. Kennedy was assassinated on November 22, 1963, the United States lost more than its president. It lost its innocence. The subsequent investigations into the young president’s killing raised more questions than they answered — and caused Americans to lose faith in their government. Indeed, for many people in the US and across the world, the assassination marked the point at which their fundamental perceptions changed.Just after the Warren Commission released its report on the assassination, the level of public trust in government was at 77 percent.

The CIA, Mafia, Mexico — and Oswald, Part 4

When John F. Kennedy was assassinated on November 22, 1963, the United States lost more than its president. It lost its innocence. The subsequent investigations into the young president’s killing raised more questions than they answered — and caused Americans to lose faith in their government. Indeed, for many people in the US and across the world, the assassination marked the point at which their fundamental perceptions changed.Just after the Warren Commission released its report on the assassination, the level of public trust in government was at 77 percent.

The CIA, Mafia, Mexico — and Oswald, Part 3

When John F. Kennedy was assassinated on November 22, 1963, the United States lost more than its president. It lost its innocence. The subsequent investigations into the young president’s killing raised more questions than they answered — and caused Americans to lose faith in their government. Indeed, for many people in the US and across the world, the assassination marked the point at which their fundamental perceptions changed.Just after the Warren Commission released its report on the assassination, the level of public trust in government was at 77 percent.

Les méthodes de l’Empire

Exemples du Guatemala, du Nicaragua et du Salvador

Les USA sont le plus gros consommateur des mots « liberté » et « démocratie ». C’est sans doute pourquoi il ne leur en reste plus pour les exporter avec le mode opératoire ad hoc. Les peuples doivent se contenter de l’importation (imposée) d’ersatz couleur rouge sang.

Les infos dont on parle peu n° 93 (16 mai 2015)

Nous mettons à votre disposition toutes les semaines quelques informations passées totalement inaperçues dans nos médias mais qui peuvent être importantes. Nos liens : Infos Internationales 438 votes pour, 86 contre… Les députés valident la mise sous surveillance de la population ! Licenciée pour avoir refusé d’être traquée 24 heures sur 24 L’armée américaine pilote

La guerre d’Ukraine : une crise des missiles cubains à l’envers, par William R. Polk

Guidés par une stratégie néoconservatrice agressive de &;changement de régime&;, les États-Unis sont tombés sur une possibilité de confrontation militaire avec la Russie à propos de l&;Ukraine, une situation difficile et

Militarisme, guerre et cinéma US

Intervention militaire directe, soutien logistique à des gouvernements ou à des groupes armés, ou activités de déstabilisation opérées par ses services secrets : depuis sa création le 4 juillet 1776 jusqu’à nos jours, les États-Unis d’Amérique, chantre de l’interventionnisme, ont été impliqué directement ou indirectement dans  plus d’une septantaine de conflits armés.

Décès de Fidel Castro ? Les soupçons d’Alain Roumestand

Au cours d&;un entretien à venir avec Alain Roumestand, sur la levée du blocus entre Cuba et les USA, récemment survenue, l&;auteur de l&;ouvrage &

Les multinationales pharmaceutiques folles de rage !

Un article de José Fort publié dans le quotidien l’Humanité du 26 janvier qui fait état, après près de 20 ans de recherches, de la mise au point par les cubains d’un vaccin thérapeutique et non préventif contre le cancer... Ce n’est pas du gout des multinationales pharmaceutiques... Folles de rage