Referring to his victory in baseball terminology, Chávez remarked "the ball must have fallen right in the middle of the White House. It's a present for Bush."
We, the signers of this manifesto, wish to express our solidarity with the struggle that, alongside President Hugo Chavez, the majority of the Venezuelan people are waging in defense of their right to freely determine their future.
At the same time, we wish to denounce the disinformation campaign that is being orchestrated by the major media and that attempts to characterize as a tyrant, a President who has consistently respected the rule of law and the country’s Constitution.
One thing's for sure: Aristide's flight wasn't voluntary. He was kicked out, and once again the boot was made in the U.S.A.
Let’s commemorate the victims of terrorism. And let’s not cherry-pick among the dead. Let’s not get fussy with our grief and moral outrage.
It was 30 years ago today, on 11 September 1973, that President Salvador Allende Gossens of Chile was killed in a military coup d'etat supported, aided and abetted by the United States of America.
It was a clear sunny day. People went innocently about their business. Without warning, death plunged from the sky. Screaming aircraft shattered the building, sowing cruel death, injury and horror.
No amount of idealism can justify these savage attacks on innocent people, which can only be condoned by deranged fanatics.
No, not in New York, USA, in 2001. This was in Santiago, Chile, in 1973.
Max Gross says if it smells like a rat, looks like a rat, and acts like a rat, it's the US Government.