President Chávez and the Spanish King: Who was disrespectful to whom?

This article is in English [1] and Spanish [2] / Este articulo es en ingles [1] y español [2]

[1] Chavez and the King: Who was disrespectful to whom?

The first rule when reading most media coverage about Venezuela is to turn it around 180 degrees if you want to find out the truth!

A case in point is the recent coverage of the exchange between Chavez and Spanish King Juan Carlos I at the 17th Ibero-American summit in Chile in which the King told Chavez to shut up. Continue reading

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Demos Kratos – An Example of

The following is a courageous example from the 1920s of people power. An example of how public belief and conviction at that time changed the British government’s policy in international affairs. Continue reading

British Pawns in an Iranian Game

By Pepe Escobar

28/03/07 “Asia Times” – — – The 15 British sailors and marines who were patrolling the Shatt-al-Arab – or Arvand Roud, as it is known in Iran – were not exactly indulging in a little bit of Rod Stewart (“I am sailing/stormy waters/to be with you/to be free”). They had their guns loaded. Continue reading