Obama spokesman responds to AP report on attempt to foment protests in Cuba by saying USAid project was ‘development assistance’
The U.S. government covertly developed the service as a long-term strategy to encourage Cuban youths to revolt against the nation’s government, fomenting a “Cuban Spring”—a reference to the Arab Spring revolutions.
that is fuuuuuucked up. living in the future, and things never change.
This week, Latino USA examines the lives of indigenous people throughout the Americas. We hear about the Zapatista community, twenty years after their uprising in the state of Chiapas, Mexico. We hear about the self-defense campaign carried out by farmers…
Venezuelan protests between the Chavista government and the opposition have killed more than thirty people. The Venezuelan government has imprisoned generals suspecting a coup and more opposition leaders may face prosecution. But here in the U.S., Senator…
Yes, they are—But I am not! An amazing podcast about the ignorance of Latin America’s current struggles that are being silenced by U.S. Media.
A soothing song like memories.
For more than two months now, Venezuelans have taken to the streets in protest — with at least 39 people killed so far. The White House has barely reacted. In congressional testimony last week, Ilan Berman, vice president of the American Foreign Policy Council, concluded that the Obama administration “has systematically disengaged from Latin America.”
See, this is the problem. Latin America shouldn’t be “up for grabs”, no one should be able to “grab” this region, not even the United States. Is it possible these countries should be able to coexist on their own, without the interference of ownership on any other countries behalf? Are we really trying to promote the Monroe Doctrine back into effect? FUCK! This writing sucks.