This is the time to end once and for all the U.S. unilateral blockade against Cuba

Thanks to Macri and the IMF Argentina has Returned to 2001

By Carlos Aznarez, May 8, 2018

Now the worst of the neoliberal onslaught of macrismo in Argentina, which has become the cemetery of the flattened balloons of Cambiemos, (political coalition created in 2015) has arrived. President Macri announced with a stony face that he has already agreed with IMF Director Mrs. Lagarde, with the generosity that characterizes it, a loan to the country of around 30 billion dollars. Or even more.

This is the final thrust for the return of the country, without the need for a time machine, to the much feared 2001. It is ironic that one of Macri’s current advisors concerning the loan is Domingo Cavallo, the same one who back then was in charge of the economy, placing the country in a corral of dispossession and looting.

In just two years, the man who had promised in his lying electoral campaign that inflation would fall and employment figures would be respected, has managed to increase the external debt by 35% and this is without counting the current loan, plus other covert ones obtained during the last four months.  In just the last few hours the country risk rose to 485 basis points exceeding all previous maximum marks.

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The “Masterstroke” of the United States Against Venezuela

By Stella Calloni on May 9, 2018. 

Regardless of which corporate party is in power the Pentagon continues its plans and strategies for world domination from the Middle East to the Korean Peninsula to Africa and to Latin America. Here is an analysis of an internal Pentagon document by Stella Calloni, outlining a very real scenario to be carried out by the Southern Command to overthrow the democratically elected Venezuelan government. Resumen Editorial

The United States and its partners are quietly preparing a brutal “Plan to end the dictatorship of Venezuela”: the “Masterstroke”, which is already underway and whose first part would begin before the upcoming Venezuelan elections and, if they do not succeed in overthrowing President Nicolás Maduro with this new offensive, which will include the use of the whole propaganda and media apparatus available to them plus  violent actions in “defense of democracy”, they will implement Plan B, which will bring in several countries to launch a “multilateral force” to intervene militarily.

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Transition in Cuba Means a Continuation of the Revolution

By Alicia Jrapko and Bill Hackwell on May 2, 2018

“Years of Principles, United and History” Photo: Bill Hackwell

Havana, May Day-In the darkness, with the moon still high over the statue of Jose Marti in the Plaza of the Revolution, a million Cubans and internationalist friends began gathering in the Avenida Paseo  to march in solidarity with the workers and oppressed of the world. But this year the energy and strength of the demonstration took on additional meaning for the Cuban people as it reflected overwhelming support for the transition of a new generation of elected leaders who are committed to the continuation of the socialist principles of the Cuban Revolution. It wasn’t just in Havana either, in Santiago de Cuba, Granma, Holguin, Ciego de Avila, Cienfuegos, Guantanamo and all the other cities people marched in large numbers with pride for what Cuba stands for and its example to the world.

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Bolivarian Government rejects aggression from U.S. Vice-president Mike Pence

The Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela strongly rejects the aggression made by the Vice President of the United States of America, issued during his remarks at the Permanent Council of the Organization of American States. In recent years the OAS has definitively reaffirmed its original condition as a colonialist organism, at the service of Washington’s ambitions for the domination of our region.

The attack from Mike Pence seeks to disrupt the peace of the Venezuelan people by repeating the nefarious practice of U.S. interventions that have caused so much damage in Latin America and the Caribbean. The administration of Donald Trump does not admit the existence of sovereign people and countries that are unwilling to give in to the imperialist and supremacist pretensions of the U.S. regime.

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