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What Should Be Demanded From The United States

What Should Be Demanded From The United States

What they want to demand from the Honduran people in the name of peace is to deny all the principles for which all the nations of this hemisphere have fought. “Respect for the rights of others means peace”, said Juárez.

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The Coup Dies Or Constitutions Die

The Coup Dies Or Constitutions Die

If President Zelaya is not returned to his position, a wave of coups threatens to sweep away many Latin American governments, or these will be at the mercy of the ultra right-wing military, educated in the security doctrine of the School of the Americas, an expert in torture, psychological warfare and terror.The authority of many civilian governments in Central and South America will become weakened.

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Remarks at the Special Session of Leaders of SICA, ALBA and the Rio Group

Raúl Castro

We have been called together by an extremely grave and transcendental event for Latin America and the Caribbean. We are all aware of the ill-treatment and abuses to which the president and foreign minister of Honduras were subjected, along with the ambassadors of Nicaragua, Venezuela and Cuba. The right of the Honduran people to political free expression has been trampled on.

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A Suicidal Mistake

A Suicidal Mistake

There is no way to negotiate with that putschist high command. They must be asked to abdicate while other younger officers, uninvolved with the oligarchy, take charge of the military command; otherwise, there will never be in Honduras a government “of the people, by the people and for the people.”

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A Gesture That Will Never Be Forgotten

A Gesture That Will Never Be Forgotten

I was impressed when I saw him on Telesur, haranguing the Honduran people. He was energetically denouncing a gross reactionary refusal aimed at preventing an important popular consultation. That is the “democracy” that imperialism defends. Zelaya has not infringed the law in any way; neither did he resort to the use of force.

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Obama Has No Easy Task

Obama Has No Easy Task

As can be inferred from Obama’s speech on such an occasion, Europe could be liberated from Nazism thanks to the successful Normandy landing. He dedicated only 15 words to the role played by the USSR –hardly 1.2 words per every 2 million Soviet citizens who died in that war. That was not fair.

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The Envy Of Goebbels

The Envy Of Goebbels

Operation Peter Pan was a cynical publicity maneuver that would have been the envy of Goebbles himself, the Nazi minister of Propaganda.

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Obama’s Speech In Cairo

Obama's Speech In Cairo

The current president’s main difficulty lies in the fact that the principles he is advocating contradict the policy the superpower has pursued for almost seven decades, from the end of the last battles of World War II in August of 1945.

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A Ridiculous Response To A Defeat

A Ridiculous Response To A Defeat

Those who one way or the other helped to protect the lives of Cuban citizens against terrorist plans and the plots to attempt against the life of their leaders, of the many which were perpetrated by several US administrations, did so moved by the imperatives of their own consciousness and, in my opinion, they deserve every honor in this world.

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The Trojan Horse

The Trojan Horse

Cuba is no enemy to peace, nor is it reluctant to exchanges or cooperation between countries with different political systems, but it has been and will be uncompromising in its defense of its principles.