John Kerry, Secretary of State: a corrupt plutocrat & petty fascist unmasked by Snowden

John Kerry has spent most of his political career masquerading as a liberal, but recent events have continued to unmask him as another psychotic plutocrat with nothing but contempt for the Constitution, democracy, American citizens and the rule of law.   On August 1, 2013 Kerry made the claim that the Egyptian Army restored democracy […]

The CIA spied on Noam Chomsky since the 1960’s, screamed the headlines of El Telegrafo, an Ecuadorian newspaper yesterday

The CIA  has spied on intellectual dissident Noam Chomsky since the 1960’s, screamed the headlines of El Telegrafo, a newspaper from Ecuador, August 13, 2013 Wonder if the Washington Post, once the main player in spy operation Operation Mockingbird (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Mockingbird), recently purchased by billionaire Jeff Bezo, reported this?  How about the New York Times?  Doubtful.  […]

Bradley Manning: America’s #1 political prisoner and the ‘rule of hypocrisy’

Selective prosecution Much has been written about the unfair charges and actions taken by the government of the US against political prisoner, Bradley Manning.  However what often goes unnoticed is the leaking of information by the US government when it is convenient for them and the failure to prosecute the one percent. Bradley Manning was […]

Robert and William Isaias Dassum: The case of the Ecuadorian banking fugitives that live and invest in the U.S.

  Introduction     The Ecuadorian bank, Filanbanco’s failure helped cause the 1999 banking crisis in this tiny country.  It is estimated that the brothers, William and Roberto Isaias Dassum, owe the Ecuadorian treasury a whopping $661 million which they allegedly embezzled from the bank.  Armando Bermeo, then head of the Supreme Court, accused the […]

Bolivian President Evo Morales to arrive in Ecuador to meet with President Rafael Correa

The president of Bolivia, Evo Morales will arrive on Monday the 22nd of July to Quito, Ecuador to meet on Tuesday with his Ecuadorian counterpart, Rafael Correa.  They will sign agreements and exchange tributes and expressions of solidarity, official sources said today (http://www.telegrafo.com.ec/actualidad/item/llegada-de-evo-morales-a-ecuador-esta-prevista-para-las-22-00-de-manana.html). According to notice by the Foreign Ministry, Morales will arrive at 11:00 […]

Obama violates international laws even the Nazis didn’t violate

Days after President Obama stated he was not going to scramble jets to catch a 29 year old hacker, Bolivian president Evo Morales’ plane was diverted to Vienna, Austria after France, Portugal, Italy and Spain closed their air space to the plane. It widely believed the US initiated a “lock down” of air space because […]

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 […]

Ecuador cancels the Andean Trade Promotion and Drug Eradication Act (TATPDEA) as the US creates an international incident

    “Read not to contradict and confute, nor to believe and take for granted… but to weigh and consider.” Francis Bacon I read today in the Guardian UK (http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2013/jun/27/ecuador-us-trade-pact-edward-snowden?CMP=EMCNEWEML6619I2) that Ecuador has waived preferential trade rights with Washington over the Edward Snowden affair even as the whistleblower’s prospect of reaching Quito seem dim.  These […]