US-Colombia Espionage: Target Cuba

Espionaje Internacional: Objetivo Cuba Espionage folders are full of profiles, photographs, sketches, follow-up videos, maps, chessboards and the most unusual names to identify operations. The "Charlie" target was the name given to the espionage operation against the Cuban government, including its diplomatic corps in Colombia, whose members were accused of being spies to justify obtaining official … Continue reading US-Colombia Espionage: Target Cuba

US-Colombia Espionage: Target Venezuela

Destabilization plans, invasion of air and sea space, surveillance of Colombian and Venezuelan politicians and officials of the Embassy of the neighboring country. RAYA magazine had access to another hundred documents in which it is revealed that Colombian spies even entered the Venezuelan consulate in Cartagena to steal documents. By: Edinson Bolaños Espionaje internacional: Objetivo Venezuela … Continue reading US-Colombia Espionage: Target Venezuela

US Influence in Latin America is on the Decline

Petro's victory has meant the biggest setback for US influence on the continent Jesus Inojosa, August 14, 2022 Influencia de EEUU en América Latina va en caídaThe victory of Gustavo Petro in Colombia and his inauguration as President of the New Granada nation has set off alarm bells in the United States, where the possible … Continue reading US Influence in Latin America is on the Decline

July 15 webinar with Dan Kovalik: Today’s Peoples’ Struggles against US Intervention: Venezuela, Haiti, Cuba, Colombia, Nicaragua, Peru and Chile

webinar video hererevised webinar: Thursday July 15, 7pm ET The Current Popular Struggles against US Intervention: Venezuela, Haiti, Cuba, Colombia, Nicaragua, Peru and Chile We are faced with possible US intervention in Haiti after the murder of the president, a possible coup over the election results in Peru, new US backed protests in Cuba, the positive … Continue reading July 15 webinar with Dan Kovalik: Today’s Peoples’ Struggles against US Intervention: Venezuela, Haiti, Cuba, Colombia, Nicaragua, Peru and Chile

Report Back from the Ongoing National Strike in Colombia

Report Back from the Ongoing National Strike in Colombia Sunday January 12 3-5 pm UE Hall, 37 S. Ashland John Ocampo, organizer with UE, has recently returned from Colombia. The corporate press has not been reporting on the weeks-long national strike in Colombia which has shaken up the country. What little coverage we see is … Continue reading Report Back from the Ongoing National Strike in Colombia

Tour of Jesse Freeston and Dr. Luther Castillo, “Resistencia” and “Revolutionary Medicine”

Free Simón Trinidad! Support Peace in Colombia! Simón Trinidad (Ricardo Palmera), is a political prisoner, a member of the FARC-EP, who has been held in solitary confinement by the United States government for over 10 years. The Colombian government and the FARC-EP have been locked in a civil war for over 50 years. A former … Continue reading Tour of Jesse Freeston and Dr. Luther Castillo, “Resistencia” and “Revolutionary Medicine”

Loyola Fall 2013 Latin America and Political Repression Film Series

Latin America and Political Prisoners Film Series Loyola University (downtown campus) Corboy Law Center,    room 422 Sundays,     2pm 25 E. Pearson Street, Chicago  September 15   Will the Real Terrorist Please Stand Up?   By Saul Landau  2010  85 min Twelve years after five Cubans were arrested in America for espionage, Saul Landau has made a … Continue reading Loyola Fall 2013 Latin America and Political Repression Film Series

Protest Colombia ex-President Alvaro Uribe

May 9 and May 10 Thursday, May 9,  11:45am - 1 pm International House, University of Chicago 1414 E 59th St  Chicago Friday May 10,  7:15- 8:00 am  The InterContinental Hotel 505 North Michigan Avenue Alvaro Uribe, former president of Colombia is a friend of Colombia death squads, a friend of Colombian drug lords, a leading opponent … Continue reading Protest Colombia ex-President Alvaro Uribe

Oscar Penagos & Fredy Franco on Workers Struggles in Colombia and Nicaragua

Uniting Americas Working Class and Increasing its Influence Raising the level of struggle and Unity of the Worker Movements Uniendo a la Clase Trabajadora y Aumentando su Influencia Oscar Gustavo Penagos Ortiz Secretary-General, SINTRATELEFONOS (CUT), Colombia Fredy Franco Secretary General, FEPDES, Federation of Professional Teachers of Higher Education, Nicaragua                               Friday, October 10, 2008 7:00 PM United … Continue reading Oscar Penagos & Fredy Franco on Workers Struggles in Colombia and Nicaragua