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 […]

India Adopts No Child Left Behind Agenda

By Guest Blogger George Thompson It seems almost sacrilege to question the Globe and Mail’s recent proclamation that “With a sweeping school law, India secures its future: The superpower-in-waiting makes childhood education compulsory for the first time.”  But while there can be no denial that the recent laws for education reforms of India are desirable (ie. […]

Global Warming: THE HOTTEST DECADE

“The decade ending in 2009 was the warmest on record, new surface temperature figures released Thursday by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration show…. 2009 was the second warmest year since 1880, when modern temperature measurement began. The warmest year was 2005. The other hottest recorded years have all occurred since 1998, NASA said.” Global […]

HAITI CENSORED FROM 1994 TO 2008

HAITI CENSORED FROM 1994 TO 2008 HAITI CENSORED IN 1994: Story # 10 Haiti: Drugs, Thugs, The CIA and the Deterrence of Democracy; Sources: The New York Times, 11/1/93; Pacific News Service, 10/20/93 & 11/2/93. HAITI CENSORED IN 1994: Story # 14 Haiti: Under the FTAAA, multinational corporations could leverage exploited workers in Mexico against […]

US Corporate Media Propagandizes Haiti Tragedy

The following analysis traces the long history of imperial domination and exploitation of Haiti by the United States. The US Corporate media covers the “humanitarian’ message of US military control and fails to include the historical context of over 100 years of imperialism. Haiti’s tragedy: A crime of US imperialism By Bill Van Auken, The […]

Magical Realism — A coup in Honduras, so Twentieth Century!

By Saul Landau and Nelson Valdes “I don’t see why we need to stand by and watch a country go Communist because of the irresponsibility of its own people.” – Henry Kissinger, June 26, 1970 “I’ve heard many in this room say that they will not recognize the elections in Honduras. … What does that […]

President Funes of El Salvador sends the armed forces into the country of El Salvador to curb violence and gangs

As thousands of people gathered on the 20th of November, outside of Fort Benning, Georgia for the annual protest to shut down the US Army training center dubbed by critics as the “School of the Assassins” for having trained some of the worst human rights violators in Latin America, El Salvadorean armed forces have now taken to the streets of El Salvador in conjunction with the national police.