Israel vs. Russia

It was announced yesterday that Israel seized and confiscated 1000 dunum (almost 1000 acres of land) from the Palestinian People. The US made a statement as to how inappropriate that was…..wink, wink! There will be continued servicing of the Israeli military and economy by American taxpayer monies, and probably increases in order to re-stock their […]

Sports as Foreign Policy

Preface: As one of Daily Censored most prolific journalist (Danny Weil) moves from issues related to the country he has fled from (US) to now his home in Ecuador where he will start concentrating on the Realities of this Global Economic devourer of mineral extraction…a few words of hopeful insight to welcome his future undertakings […]

Rafael Correa is not considering Snowden asylum: says Consul granting a temporary travel card was a mistake

In an effort to backpedal from what could have been disastrous for Ecuador and the Correa government, Ecuador’s president revealed July 1, 2013 that the whistleblower, Edward Snowden was granted a temporary travel card at 4am ‘without authorization or validity’. Correa said that Ecuador is not Considering Edward Snowden’s asylum request and never intended to […]

Ecuadorian Chancellor says Ecuador did not grant a refugee card to Edward Snowden

From: El Telegrafo, Ecuador http://www.telegrafo.com.ec/actualidad/item/canciller-encargado-dice-que-ecuador-no-otorgo-a-snowden-carne-de-refugiado.html Galo Galarza, the chancellor in charge of Ecuador, said today that the government of Ecuador has not given any documents to the ex-CIA technician Edward Snowden, who has been in Moscow since last Sunday when it emerged that he sought asylum in Quito, Ecuador after revealing secret wire tapping programs and internet spying. […]

China Moves Against the Dollar

  The following video by Storm Clouds Gathering provides an excellent summary of continuing Chinese moves to chip away at the US dollar. These include a recent trade agreement between China and Australia to use the yuan and Australian dollar – rather than the US dollar – in bilateral trade. China entered into a similar […]

Bolivia Expels USAID

According to Reuters, Bolivia’s President Evo Morales celebrated International Workers Day (May 1) by expelling the US Agency for International Development (USAID). Mr Morales accused the agency, which operates under US State Department auspices, of seeking to “conspire against” the Bolivian people and his government. USAID has been working in Bolivia for almost five decades.  […]

Could It Really Be That Easy?

The thing I like about the written word is that after you read it, it is still there.  I just heard a story on NPR that is so important and it was gone.  It was there for a moment and gone. A woman who has traveled in Afghanistan has written a book.  I didn’t get […]