Seven is a winning throw of the dice. But in our civil society, seven now signifies the multi-thong scourge, the whip used by the Western world as its instrument of punishment and, in response; seven signifies Nemesis and her sisters, the inescapable agents of the West’s downfall.
The establishment picks its winners deliberately, according to their interests. They have done it before when they awarded the prize to the two greatest ideologists of the genocide of the Palestine people: Shimon Peres and Isaac Rabin, or to Barack Obama, who went on to spread the US war in the Middle East and maintain the torture center of Guantánamo.
Colombia apparently voted against Peace with a margin of less than 0.5%, to be exact 0.43%, with a voter participation of only 40%. Can you imagine! This looks, first, like a boycott, as many people didn’t believe in the process and didn’t believe that the results would be adhered to; and, second, it smells of fraud. For example, with most of the ballots
he surprising results—which went against all exit polls that had the "Yes" vote winning easily—are showing that the areas most affected by the conflict have overwhelmingly voted "Yes" for peace. For example in the heavily affected area of Choco, with 95 percent of the vote counted, 79 percent voted "Yes." The Caribbean provinces have also voted "Yes."
We regret to inform and denounce to the world that in the afternoon of Sunday September 11, 2016, Néstor Iván Martínez, member of the Congress of the Peoples and Spokesman of the Dialogue Commission was murdered in the region known as Centro del César.
The attack by Colombian and US forces on the FARC-EP camp in Sucumbíos (Ecuador) on 1 March 2008 unleashed a military offensive which is still going on, the aim being to surround Venezuela and to destabilize the progressive processes in the region. The most obvious sign of the militarization of our continent and of US intentions to recolonize the hemisphere with fire and sword is shown by the reactivation of the Fourth Fleet and the installation of many military bases. The “soft” coups carried out in Honduras, Paraguay and recently in Brazil are the result of a combination of large scale military actions, economic sabotage and media plots, which, violating all legality, seek to derail the Latin American integration process and the democratization of our countries.
Tens of thousands of peasants, rural workers, and Indigenous people in Colombia have been fighting against massive land inequality and privatization decrees, as well as the right to participate in the ongoing Colombian peace talks, under the banner of the Minga (Strike) of Resistance for Life, Territory, Dignity, Peace, and the Implementation of the Agreements.
By Mark Weisbrot It is clear that the executive branch of the U.S. government favors the coup underway in Brazil, even though they have been...
Source: Resumen Latinoamericano / The Dawn News / May 20, 2016 We call the Colombian people and the international community to take part in the...