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Internet revolution in Venezuela and No Going Back (tags)
"There's an Australian journalist and documentary film-maker, John Pilger, who said that, 'What you're seeing is really an unprecedented propaganda campaign that's being waged against the Chavez government' – FF: It's a media war – KJ: It really is a media war. And I think if you go to Venezuela and see what the media says, this will become clear immediately. You often hear the claim that there is no freedom of speech and so on, but internally in Venezuela there are more than 50 daily newspapers and about 45 of those newspapers support the opposition and are constantly attacking the government everyday – including having front page headlines calling for the military overthrow of the government... Then you have those 4 newspapers that support the Bolivarian process; and then you have one newspaper that, you know, presents itself as being neutral. So, on the level of the print media, the opposition to the government is overwhelmingly dominant... A lot of the television stations are extremely hostile as well. The other important aspect to note is that, as a result of the Bolivarian process, you actually have a massive explosion of community media in Venezuela, in particular community radio stations in the Barrios...but also a number of community television stations and other independent media websites and so on. So this is like the first time where a lot of the grassroots groups and Venezuelan poor are actually getting to participate themselves in the production of the their own media; whereas prior to the Chavez government, they didn't have a voice in politics or the media."
¡LEDEZMA, BUSCA MAS ABOGADOS: TODO EL MUNDO CONSUME COCA! (tags)
En la mas reciente y ridicula iniciativa de la alicaida oposicion venezolana contra el Presidente Hugo Chavez, el lider del micropartido Alianza Bravo Pueblo (que representa menos del 1% del electorado), Antonio Ledezma, ex-militante del otrora poderoso partido socialdemocrata Accion Democratica, de donde fue expulsado por corrupcion administrativa cuando fue Alcalde de Caracas en los años 90, denunciara ante la Fiscalia General de la Republica al primer mandatario por "drogadiccion" y "apologia al consumo de drogas", solicitando incluso un examen toxicologico, en alusion a las palabras que dirigio el Presidente en su mensaje anual ante la Asamblea Nacional, en donde afirmo en cadena de radio y television que todas las mañanas tomaba te de hoja de coca o masticaba pasta de coca, y que gracias a ello se mantenia sano y fuerte.
BTL:Resignation of U.S. Attorney In Arkansas Linked to GOP Voter Suppression Operation (tags)
BETWEEN THE LINES Syndicated Radio Newsmagazine --Weekly Summary
Bolivia's Deposed President Three Years Later (tags)
Three years ago this week, on October 17, 2003, Gonzalo Sánchez de Lozada boarded a flight to Washington. For a month, Bolivia had been exploding in protest against Sánchez de Lozada's plans to export bargain-priced Bolivian gas through Chile and onward to California. Troops under presidential orders to stop those protests killed at least sixty people and left hundreds of others wounded. Today the ex-president lives peacefully in Maryland.
America's Corporatocracy (tags)
While he may be dead in the corporal sense, the spirit of Simon Bolivar continues to wage the struggle for freedom from oppression. Hugo Chavez is perhaps the most familiar incarnation of Bolivar's élan vital as he defies the neocolonial policies of the United States, a nation which has supplanted the European colonial empires as looters of Latin American bounty. Bolivar's spiritual essence also burns brightly in Evo Morales, another leader of the poor and oppressed in Latin America. Barring a CIA-orchestrated assasination or sabotage of the election process, in December Morales will be the next democratically-elected president of Bolivia. And deservedly so.
LA PAZ ESTÁ BLOQUEADA (tags)
3 INFORMES DE LA FRATERNA AGENCIA BOLPRESS
Justice on the Streets: Bolivia (tags)
Experience has taught them that governments give them little that the people have not wrested by force.
Panorama Internacional del 20/10. Especial Bolivia (tags)
Panorama Internacional - de la economía, la política y la lucha de clases
Americas Watch: 10/19 Urgent Actions on Colombia, Mexico and USA (tags)
Americas Watch: Urgent Actions on Colombia, Mexico and USA An occasional news series from PeaceNoWar.net Web: http://www.PeaceNoWar.net October 19, 2003 What happened in Bolivia truly shows the power of people's movement, the struggles against American empire and U.S.-supported semi-colonial puppet regime. However, let's don't forget there's still have many struggles lie ahead on Mexico, Colombia and of course, in the United States. Lee Siu Hin PeaceNoWar.net
Bolivia: En pie de guerra (tags)
ARTICULO SOBRE BOLIVIA.