Category: COLONIALISM

Script For Plans To Destroy Bolivarian Revolution Was Written In Washington

Unlike traditional conflicts, non-conventional wars are based on promoting confrontations between authorities and the population, to undermine the government’s ability to function, leading to its demise without the use of a foreign military intervention.

Left down and out in France-Ramin Mazaheri is guest on China Rising Radio

Left down and out in France-Ramin Mazaheri is guest on China Rising Radio Sinoland 170509 Downloadable SoundCloud podcast (also at the bottom of this page), as well as being syndicated on iTunes and Stitcher Radio (links below): China Rising RadioREAD ON

A French Guianan-exit? Will the EU lose another member?

by Ramin Mazaheri Is the European Union about to lose its modern-day colony in South America? Your eyes should be turned towards tiny French Guiana (Guyane Française) because it is currently the global epicenter of anti-imperialism amid a 3-week GeneralREAD ON

Argentina Has Clear Rights Over the Malvinas (Falklands)

by CESAR CHELALA he Malvinas/Falkland Islanders decision not to support Britain’s exit from the European Union will probably affect their exports there free of tariffs or quotas. It may also affect their relationship with Britain. Those facts don’t change whatREAD ON

Lo’ihi Rising:  Hawaii’s History & Future

by John Rohn Hall  .. For seventy, eighty, a hundred million years, Pele has been relentless in her project.  Her route being mapped from the beginning, by a two thousand mile long fault line beneath the ocean floor.  Running northwest to southeast, the Hawai’ian hot-spotREAD ON

Terrorism and Turmoil: US Containment of China

By Tony Cartalucci Originally at Global Research, October 03, 2014 |  Reposted due to renewed topical relevancy.  Land Destroyer Report ith Hong Kong’s “Occupy Central” fully exposed as US-backed protest movement, readers should be aware that this latest turmoil is but one partREAD ON

Open Letter to Rex Tillerson

Dispatches from Deena Stryker   Dear Mr. Secretary: As a former State Department political appointee who drew President Jimmy Carter’s attention to important aspects of the Cuban Revolution, I hope you will share with National Security Advisor Michael Flynn andREAD ON