Movements denounce massacre of activists in Barinas, Venezuela

2 August 2019 — Peoples Dispatch

On July 27 in Barinas, Venezuela, six activists belonging to the movement the Corriente Revolucionaria Bolívar y Zamora (CRBZ) were shot and killed by unidentified gunmen. This incident is part of the rising violence perpetrated by the right-wing large landowning class in the region. The massacre has been widely denounced by movements across Latin America, with the Venezuelan government expressing solidarity and willingness to investigate the violence.

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SECRET CIA REPORT: Pinochet “Personally Ordered” Washington Car-Bombing

9 October 2015 — National Security Archive

SECRET CIA REPORT: Pinochet “Personally Ordered” Washington Car-Bombing

PRESIDENT REAGAN INFORMED THAT PINOCHET’s ROLE WAS “a blatant example of a chief of state’s direct involvement in an act of state terrorism”

National Security Archive Seeks Declassification of CIA Assessment in the Letelier-Moffitt Assassinations

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Bandar Bush, 'liberator' of Syria By Pepe Escobar

1 August 2013 — Asia Times

Talk about The Comeback Spy. Prince Bandar bin Sultan, aka Bandar Bush (for Dubya he was like family), spectacularly resurfaced after one year in speculation-drenched limbo (was he or was he not dead, following an assassination attempt in July 2012). And he was back in the limelight no less than in a face-to-face with Russian President Vladimir Putin. 

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Movie Review: “We Steal Secrets”: A Masterclass in Propaganda. The Assassination of Julian Assange By Jonathan Cook

30 July 2013 — Jonathan Cook

I have just watched We Steal Secrets, Alex Gibney’s documentary about Wikileaks and Julian Assange. One useful thing I learnt is the difference between a hatchet job and character assassination. Gibney is too clever for a hatchet job, and his propaganda is all the more effective for it.

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The Role of MI6 in the Assassination of Patrice Lumumba By Abayomi Azikiwe

8 April 2013 — Pan-African News Wire

L’assassinat de Lumumban, un crime bientôt jugé en Belgique ?A recent letter to the London Review of Books has opened back up discussions about those responsible for the assassination of revolutionary Congolese leader Patrice Lumumba. Lumumba, a charismatic and popular organizer during the 1958-1960 period, captivated the hearts and minds of the majority of his people and the African continent during the struggle against Belgian colonialism.

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HLLN: Please sign Petition to Free Lynne Stewart: Save Her Life – Release Her Now! | The Assassination Of Dr. King And The Suppression Of The Anti-War And Peace Perspectives

6 April 2013 — HLLN

 

– Please sign Petition to Free Lynne Stewart: Save Her Life – Release Her Now! http://chn.ge/WixRmO

 

“I shall refuse all solid food,” Dick Gregory declared on April 4, the anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., “until Lynne Stewart is freed and receives medical treatment in the care of her family and with physicians of her choice without which she will die.”

 

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