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 […]

In Yasuni Park, Ecuador: mothers are living fully: A Happy Mother's day for the indigenous of Ecuador

Happy Mother’s day to all the women in the world.  In this article, provided by El Telegrafo, May 12, 2013 , from Ecuador, we see how mothers in Yasuni Park, the richest bio-diversity in the world are working to sustain their lives and not give in to the exigencies of capitalism, competition, and global despair. […]

Rafael Correa slam dunks presidentïal elections in Ecuador: "This victory is yours. It belongs to our families, to our wife, to our friends, our neighbors, the entire nation

Much to the despair of US imperialism, acccording to Associated Press, President Rafael Correa who has spent heavily on the poor, confidently celebrated his second re-election Sunday even before the first official results were announced (http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5hgAZhnAGQkQMLxWzzVjkOJ6q0r5g?docId=9610a2d4ce3948eb925a796c7a179818). An exit poll, published just minutes ago gave Correa, who first took office in 2007, 61 percent against 20 percent for […]

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 […]

Uneven Exchange: The New Language of Political Discourse

In the harsh climate of postmodern America the old adage “Money talks” doesn’t suffice: money screams. With the Supreme Court’s recent ruling in Citizen’s United v. the Federal Election Commission, a corporation’s right to sway elections with its wealth has essentially been granted part of its right to free speech, making this old turn of […]

CIA Supports Drug Kingpins

Pretend to be surprised! http://www.nytimes.com/2009/10/28/world/asia/28intel.html I want to skip right to my favorite part: “The CIA’s practices also suggest the United States is not doing everything in its power to stamp out the lucrative Afghan drug trade, a major source of revenue for the Taliban, the Times said.” This is the punch line.  Hilarious, brilliant […]