Nothing will silence Lula

| April 08, 2019

Photo: Internet

Cuban President Díaz-Canel Bermúdez expressed his support, yesterday April 7, for the demand that Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva be freed, one year after his unjust imprisonment, tweeting, “We demand freedom for Lula.”

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‘We Will Win’, Lula Pens Letter on 1st Anniversary of Imprisonment

teleSUR | April 07, 2019

Gleisi Hoffmann, Leader of the Workers

Imprisoned former President of Brazil, Lula da Silva, penned an open letter to his supporters on the first anniversary of his imprisonment.

The imprisoned former President of Brazil and one of the most revered leftist leaders in South America, Luis Inacio Lula da Silva, penned a letter to his supporters on the first anniversary of his imprisonment.

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Brazil and US Work to Destabilize Venezuela, Bolsonaro Says

teleSUR | April 08, 2019


Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said Monday he is working with the U.S. government to sow dissent within the Venezuelan Army.

Bolsonaro said on Monday he was working with the U.S. in order to destabilize the Venezuelan Army.

During an interview with Jovem Pan radio, Bolsonaro said that if there is a military invasion in Venezuela, he would seek the counsel of Brazil’s National Defense Council and Congress on what action his country should take.

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Eight years of “spring”


Granma | April 02, 2019

Libya has been devastated by the endless conflict provoked by the United States and its allies. Photo: Sputnik News

In 2011, the Middle East suffered a reconfiguration of its political map through protests encouraged from abroad, and interventions disguised as aid. This series of events went down in history as the “Arab Spring.” However, the similarity with one of the most festive seasons of the year is only found in the nomenclature, because this geographical region has since been hit by continuous internal crises, resulting in a climate of permanent instability.Read More »

New York Post Asks U.S. to Fund Mercenary Army in Venezuela

MissionOverDad | April 02, 2019

Rupert Murdoch es dueño de News Corporation, uno de los conglomerados mediáticos más grandes del mundo (Foto: Reuters)

In its March 30 editorial, the influential U.S. newspaper called on the United States to form a mercenary army to overthrow President Nicolas Maduro.

The New York Post is part of the powerful company of magnate Rupert Murdoch, News Corporation, one of the leading media conglomerates in the Anglo-Saxon world.

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Urgent call to celebrate May Day in solidarity with Venezuela

Caracas, Venezuela, April 26 to May 5, 2019


MR Online | March 26, 2019

MAY DAY 2018 in Caracas, Venezuela

What’s going on right now in Venezuela? Come see for yourself by connecting with the grassroots movements at the heart of Venezuela’s Bolivarian Revolution. Come with us to celebrate workers’ day, MAY DAY, in Caracas, Venezuela, get to know the Venezuelan anti-imperialist working class and come join us in the great march of the workers with President Nicolas Maduro.Read More »

‘Weak Journalism’: NYT Fails to Disclose Op-Ed Writer’s Close Family Ties to Venezuelan Opposition Leader


Common Dreams | April 02, 2019

Comedian Joanna Hausmann argues for U.S. intervention in Venezuela in a New York Times op ed.
Comedian Joanna Hausmann argues for U.S. intervention in Venezuela in a New York Times op ed. (Photo: screenshot, Times op ed video)

A recent video opinion piece published by The New York Times intended to drum up support for U.S. involvement in Venezuela failed to disclose the author’s ties to the opposition government, leading to criticism from progressives of the paper’s coverage.

Joanna Hausmann, a comedian who posts highly viewed articles on Venezuela on YouTube, delivered a five minute, thirteen second opinion piece at the Times Monday in which she claims that the country’s leader, President Nicolas Maduro, is a dictator and that the American left are his patsies.

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A Time-report on Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and a difficult political field

A Journal of People report

The Time cover. Photograph by Collier Schorr for Time.

“Every 10 minutes or so, someone knocks on the big wooden door of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s office on Capitol Hill. The noise makes staffers stiffen.” Thus begins a Time-report on Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, often identified as AOC, the young, rising star in the political world in the U.S.

The “‘Change Is Closer Than We Think.’ Inside Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Unlikely Rise” headlined report continues its real-life description:Read More »

Political fight in the U.S. Congress between two wings of the ruling classes

A Journal of People report

Political fight in the U.S. Congress between the Democrats and the Republicans is an important issue for knowing bourgeois politics in the country, an advanced bourgeois democracy. Recent incidents are examples of the political fights between the two wings of the ruling classes in the U.S.

On April 3, 2019, a Reuters report said:

“U.S. congressional Democrats on Wednesday (April 3, 2019) authorized a powerful committee chairman to subpoena Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s full report on Russia’s role in the 2016 election, moving closer to a legal clash with President Donald Trump’s administration.Read More »