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US Government Exploits Animosity Towards Migrants to Demonize Socialist Countries

by Jill Clark Gollub, published on the Orinoco Tribune, July 9, 2024 The Republican party has been waging a blatantly racist campaign to criminalize migrants. Instead of pushing back on that narrative, the party that purports to be for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (Democrats) is exploiting this racist anger to discredit a country it has targeted for regime change—Nicaragua—apparently for[…]

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Palestinians Starve While White House Feast Honors Kenya’s Killer President Ruto: Biden Backs 1000 Kenyan Troops to Enforce US-imposed Haitian Dictatorship

by Joe Allen, published on Socialist Action, July 11, 2024 [Editor’s note, Jeff Mackler (of SA): We reprint here Joe Allen’s CounterPunch account of “Genocide Joe” Biden’s May 23 White House state dinner with 500 dignitaries invited to honor Kenyan President William Ruto. Allen’s article was originally entitled, “Brandon Johnson [ChicagoMayor] Dines with Biden, While Protests at the DNC Loom on[…]

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Palestine: History Will not Forgive the Indifferent, and We Will not be Among Them

by Miguel Diaz-Canel, President of Cuba, published on Resumen English, October 28, 2023 Sixty-three years ago, in a historic speech before the United Nations General Assembly, the historic leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro Ruz, said and I quote: “Wars, since the beginning of humanity, have arisen, fundamentally, for one reason: the desire of some to dispossess others of[…]

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Denounce the Molotov Cocktail Bombing Of Cuba’s Washington, D.C. Embassy!

Statement by Socialist Action’s National Committee, published on Socialist Action, September 27, 2023 Statement by Socialist Action’s National Committee Terrorists attacked the Cuban Embassy in Washington, D.C. in the late evening of Sunday, September 24, deploying two Molotov cocktails. Fortunately no one was hurt. The responsibility for this horror resides solely with the U.S. government that has conducted, encouraged, and[…]

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Treatment of Severe Mental Illness in the U.S. and Cuba – a Comparison

 by Sue Harris, published on Workers World, September 26, 2023 Two hundred years ago, people with serious mental illness (SMI) were often placed in prison because society didn’t know how to care for them. After reformers fought for more humane treatment for the mentally ill, their care moved to mental institutions in the 1800s. However, these large mental asylums were[…]

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CUBA Statement from Iranian Friends at HOLA

Statement by HOLA, September 25, 2023 Statement of the House of Latin America (HOLA) on the terrorist act against Cuban embassy in Washington Hours after more than thousand of people gathered in a meeting in New York city – with the presence of the Cuban president – to express solidarity with Cuban people and demand an end to brutal sanctions[…]

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Haiti: U.N. Sanctioned Occupation is a Done Deal

by G. Dunkel, published on Workers World, August 18, 2023 The U.S. government has finally found a country in the Global South willing to lead a U.N.-approved intervention “to assist Haitian police in restoring security.” Secretary of State Antony Blinken confirmed Aug. 1 on X (formerly Twitter): “We commend the government of Kenya for responding to Haiti’s call.” Since Kenyan[…]

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In Haiti, Kenya Chooses Imperialist Servitude Over Pan African Solidarity

by Black Alliance for Peace Haiti/Americas Team, published on The Black Alliance for Peace, August 09, 2023 AUGUST 3, 2023—The Black Alliance for Peace (BAP) condemns in the strongest possible terms Kenya’s proposal to lead what amounts to a foreign armed intervention in Haiti. Kenya has offered to deploy a contingent of 1,000 police officers to help train and assist[…]

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