Why Canada Wants Regime Change in Venezuela

by Urooba Jamal, Published on Ricochet Media, February 25, 2019 In a well-fitted sports jacket, with one hand over his heart and the other clasping the constitution, the previously unknown Juan Guaidó declared himself interim president of Venezuela against democratically elected Nicolás Maduro. It was 61 years to the exact date since Venezuela’s U.S.-allied dictatorship of General Marcos Pérez Jiménez[…]

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Hope and Revolution in the Age of Duterte

Republished from TeleSUR, 23 September, 2017 In these times of economic crisis, escalating war and rising fascism, we can all find hope in revolutionary struggle. Since Philippine President Rodrigo Roa Duterte declared Martial Law in the island of Mindanao in the Southern Philippines last May, there have been non-stop protests in the country to denounce the return of another declared[…]

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Zimbabwe Update

Analysis of the ongoing transition in Zimbabwe by Abayomi Azikiwe of Pan Africa News Wire. The Zimbabwean military has moved to oust 93 year old President Mugabe after 30 years in power. Abayomi explains the politics behind the move and provides a background through Zimbabwean and African history. What is going on with the Coup in Zimbabwe: RT Interview, Nov[…]

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