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In forthcoming articles, I plan to nudge one nagging historical question from the realm of reasonable conjecture to the realm of certainty: the Rothschilds, Rockefellers, their allies, and their hit men did in fact slaughter two generations of dissident singers/songwriters.
Association France-Mexico celebrated Mexico's Independence with a large celebration in Paris on September 15, 2014.
- Immediately following his death, the name of Pancho Villa was eliminated from all history books, children's books and all monuments in Mexico
War God: Nights of the Witch is the epic story of the clash of two empires, two armies and two gods of war. Five hundred desperate adventurers are about to pit themselves against the most brutal armies of the ancient Americas, armies hundreds of thousands strong.
In country after country, from Mexico and Honduras to Panama and Peru, the CIA helped set up or consolidate intelligence agencies that became forces of repression, and whose intelligence connections to other countries greased the way for illicit drug shipments.
In the latest of a series of hoaxes, "source and fact-free" wingnut internet sites have again been suckered or bought into attacking President Obama, this time over a Bush era Food Stamp program.
NFL preoccupied with London when the markets say Los Angeles and Mexico
From time to time I get videos from odd sources. Back during the Bush era, selling terrorism was a big business, that and silencing people.
The Longest War in American History and Global Profiteers Harming Millions upon Millions of People
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell represents an NFL business that seeks massive growth. However, they are looking into the wrong markets just as the rest of our business community. In short, we're missing the growth boat!
To simply state that the US relationship with Mexico is terribly flawed is a gross understatement. The relationship with Mexico has been highly dysfunctional and runs contrary to the dictates of the US Constitution.
Today notorious Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio joined Senator John McCain and announced that the horrific Arizona fires were "likely set by Mexican smugglers" with the operative word be "likely"; just speculation, no evidence whatsoever.
Mexico under attack by mainstream US media again and Americans are the biggest losers, as usual! Duped and beaten into submission.
At this point, with the drug war so old and moldy, it's time we either go all out and get our military industrial complex toys out and invade Mexico - or - maybe it is time with start taking personal responsibility and start buying Guacamole instead of cocaine, meth, heroin and that evil Mary Jane.
Newt Gringo Wants Your Brown Babies by Keith Johnson Something wicked this way comes. It came for the Tea Party, and now its coming for Latinos. This is all...
EMPTY TALK ON IMMIGRATION REFORM AND BORDER CONTROL By Gordon Duff STAFF WRITER/Senior Editor Who wants America flooded with illegal aliens? Who wants our prisons full,...
Mexico is now the only team in our beloved North America left in the tournament. Over the last decade or so, Mexico, the country and it's peoples have been beaten up by many in the US Media for being a weak burden on the USA. It is time we embrace Mexico and become good neighbors
It is a well known fact the Mexico is the number retirement destination for U.S. Veterans outside of the USA by far with the vast majority living in the greater Guadalajara area specifically in Ajijic on Lake Chapala.
U.S. forces hope to control Kandahar and surrounding areas by late summer, the Washington Post reports. Officials have pressed local leaders to eject the Taliban or their areas will be the focus of expanding military operations. Among those specifically warned by U.S. military commanders is Ahmed Wali Karzai, the elected head of Kandahar's provincial council, the unquestioned power broker in the province and brother of President Hamid Karzai [and also President Karzai's representative in talks with Taliban leader Mullah Baradar weeks before Baradar's arrest, a fact curiously unmentioned by the Post or the very similar New York Times story - JFP.]
US and NATO troops firing from passing convoys and military checkpoints have killed 30 Afghans and wounded 80 others since last summer, but in no instance did the victims prove to be a danger to troops, the New York Times reports. "We have shot an amazing number of people, but to my knowledge, none has ever proven to be a threat," said Gen. McChrystal. Such shootings have not dropped off, despite new rules from McChrystal intended to reduce them. The persistence of the shootings has led to growing resentment among Afghans angry at the impunity with which the troops operate - a friction that has turned villages firmly against the occupation, the Times says.
Israeli officials rejected demands by the Obama Administration to cancel a building project in East Jerusalem, the New York Times reports. Secretary of State Clinton said Washington expected action from Israel, and a key US demand is that Israel neither promote nor permit "provocative" acts, meaning anything that would disturb the atmosphere as Palestinians and Israelis prepare for indirect peace talks. That would include new building projects.
our drug habit is a medical addiction problem that must be taken off the covert streets and out into the light. We can't ignore that we have addicts among us and it's causing harm to us and our neighbors.
Prolific Mexican politician and intellectual Jorge Castañeda believes that a greater North American community -- a "North American Union" -- with economies tied together...
Dick Cheney and Joe Biden square off on the various Sunday talk shows, a preview from Raw Story. The mere fact that one is accused by the government is not reason to "believe" or have "faith" in the guilt of people held without benefit of evidence, an essay by Glen Greenwald at Salon. The Utah House of Reps decides to stand firmly behind junk science and flat Earth theory at Firedog Lake and some great cartoons from McClatchy in today's picks.
While U.S. officials prefer to focus on low-level fighters while hoping that an additional 30,000 troops can pummel the Taliban into a weaker negotiating position, President Karzai's government has stressed the need to reach out to the Islamist movement's leadership, the Washington Post reports. "It's questionable why the United States just wants to reintegrate the low level of the Taliban and not the leadership," said Karzai's policy chief. "That's something they are concerned about, but from the Afghan side, we are trying to include everyone in negotiations." In public statements, the Taliban has predicated any negotiation on the departure of foreign troops.
A proposal to swap the bulk of Iran's enriched uranium for fuel for a medical reactor appeared to be revived as President Ahmadinejad said Iran had "no problem" with a deal brokered by the IAEA, the Washington Post reports. U.S. officials reacted cautiously to Ahmadinejad's remarks. "If Mr. Ahmadinejad's comments reflect an updated Iranian position, we look forward to Iran informing the IAEA," said a White House spokesman.