To get the gold they will have to kill everyone of us! Ecuador gives gold and copper concession to China

As readers might know, President Rafael Correa of Ecuador was once the darling of the environmental movement around the world.   Correa adopted what was said to be a groundbreaking new constitution that recognized “the rights of nature” (http://www.globalpost.com/dispatch/news/regions/americas/120329/ecuador-indigenous-protest-chinese-mirador-copper-mine). The 2008 constitution even used the words “Pacha Mama” — the indigenous Quechua language’s term for the “Earth […]

Ecuador’The Yasuní initiative seemed to break a deadlock: it proposed the world should compensate Ecuador for not extracting oil from a biodiverse national park's plan falters

http://mondediplo.com/2012/07/12ecuador     As reported on Dailyccensored.com, Ecuadorian President, Rafael Correa won a stunning, yet not surprising victory, in this tiny country in South America.  But there are reasons to be concerned for the environment and the people of this courageous nation as the race for resources continues unfettered by faltering developed nations seeking to […]

Elections in Ecuador: Assange Accuser Worked with US-Funded, CIA-Tied Anti-Castro Group

Last month I sent Truthout an article on Julian Assange and the CIA backed coup attempt and assassinaton in Ecuador of the current president Rafael Correa.   They refused to print it, citing feminist concerns.  Unfortunately they were drastcally incorrect and thus Project Censored had the good cajones publish it.  You can find it under:   […]

Indigenous Protests Grow as Ecuador Auctions Amazon Oil Blocks

November 28th, 2012, by Mitch Anderson Help stop the destruction of the Amazon and sign the petition at: http://amazonwatch.org/take-action/stop-the-11th-round-oil-auction-in-ecuador The Ecuadorian government’s plans to auction off nearly ten million acres of rainforest wilderness in the south-central Amazon – home to seven indigenous nationalities – was met by fierce opposition from hundreds of indigenous people this […]