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Editorial Latin America U.S. World

The US and Latin American Fascism: Old and New

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By: Franklin Frederick / The Dawn News “The crimes of the U.S. throughout the world have been systematic, constant, clinical, remorseless, and fully documented but nobody talks about them.” Harold Pinter Fascist tendencies are back in broad daylight in Latin America. They can be clearly seen in the murderous Venezuelan opposition […]

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The ruthless neo-colonialists of 21st century

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By system failure / Source: the unbalanced evolution of homo sapiens / The Dawn News / January 5, 2017 The start of current decade revealed the most ruthless face of a global neo-colonialism. From Syria and Libya to Europe and Latin America, the old colonial powers of the West tried to […]

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The Empire’s Amnesia –
Interview Latin America U.S.

The Empire’s Amnesia –

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When it comes to imperialism, Latin America never forgets, and the United States never remembers. Interview with Greg Grandin / Source: Jacobin Mag / The Dawn News / May 19, 2017 Jacobin : The United States has always had a peculiar relationship with Latin America compared to other parts of the […]

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"Access to water should not be a public right" Peter Brabeck. Photo Source: Death and Taxes
Analysis Austria Latin America

Nestlé and the end of the Brabeck Era

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By: Franklin Frederick / The Dawn News / April 19, 2017 “The twentieth century has been characterized by three developments of great political importance: the growth of democracy; the growth of corporate power and the growth of corporate propaganda as a means of protecting corporate power against democracy”. Alex Carey On […]

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