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South America, Latin America, general

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Den lille amerikamanövrerade krigshetsaren fick inte tala på mötet för Mercosur, den sydamerikanska samarbetsorganisationen. Sydamerika styrs ju fortfarande lite grand av sina valda representanter och mörkläggs i media. Än så länge är bara 4 länder fullvärdiga medlemmar i Mercosur, men det föreligger naturligtvis stor risk att de internationella nätverken kommer att lägga mycket energi på att bygga upp ett nytt Sovjetunionen/EU i Sydamerika. Än så länge har dock världsdelen klarat sig något bättre från krig, massinvandring av svåranpassade grupper (i alla fall på senare tid), extremfeminism och annat som används av den globala diktaturen för att skapa kaos och konflikter för att genomföra odemokratiskt maktövertagande.

Ukraine’s President told no appearance at Mercosur Summit possible

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This text will help readers understand that Latin America is more than a “traditional society,” composed of the descendants of the Conquistadors and Native Americans. This book demonstrates the crucial impact of the mass migrations of the late nineteenth and early twentieth c

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Presidents are white men and often get well along together. Not many wars, did not take part in WW2. A traditional world that global news media tries to destroy. Therefore it is covered up by the news media.

Why did few wars happen in South America?

quora

Jews collaborate with nazis (see Ukraine) like they do with muslims to create conflicts that can be a motive for spread of their conflicts. After WW2 both Jews and Nazis went to South America to continue global take over.

Still national pride in soccer, f.ex.

Feminism is very central to the global dicatatorship. In order to throw countries into internal conflicts, women must be turned on men. This seems to have been difficult in South America. Traditional families are common. Therefore the news media networks have isolated South America and put it in media backwaters. Another way of isolating it is the sperad of violence and criminalty. It is common but also enhanced in news media in order to keep outsiders away.

Catholic. Warm hearted.

Comparatively low population density, comparable to US, lower than Europe and Asia.

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Globalist media cover up Latin America because the political system puts people closer to the power. The people elects a president with extensive authority.

British system is closer to this since voters know the candidate better than with pr-lists that are used in e.g. Sweden.

Pr-lists rob people of influence since parties make up the lists and voters often don’t know the candidates.

Worst system is in the European Union. Voters elect candidates chosen by the party. The president was elected in closed conference, approved in secret vote, some say after influencing MEP:s.


Bolivia (Ecuador)

Peru


Pink Tide: Correa, Morales
Pink Tide: Morales, Sanchez, Da Silva
Pink Tide: Fernandez, Boric
Pink Tide: Chavez, Kirchner, Da Silva

Was/is the South American “pink tide” true left that helped the people or were the presidents just Neo-liberals in disguise, like the left in Europe and the US-Democrats?

Rodrigo Ferreira Nuñez wrote:

Neoliberals were part of the 90s wave of South American politics no the 2000s as the South American ‘Pink Tide’ did. This so called ’Pink Tide’ happened spontaneously independently all over South America in the early 2000s precisely in opossition to these.

They were however, not even remotely a unified phenomenom, but instead a blunt eruption of counter proposals in direct response to the devastating economic missmanagements of the aforementioned Neoliberal governments that happened all at the tail end of the previous decade.

So these countermovements developed from different needs, by different cultures, and wtih different objectives in both the short and long terms, were completely unrelated to eachother and they were all over the place.

IE while Brazil had Labourism, Argentina had Left Wing Populism, Chile had Demoratic Liberalism, Venezuela had Chavism, Uruguay had Social Democracy, Bolivia had Collectivism, etc.

Eventually many of these governments somehow alligned together to the international influence of Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez, but this wasn’t until the end of the first tenure in office of most of these governments when they were all pretty much established in their countries and a swarm of reelections were overwhelmingly expected to take place in the region, again independently from eachother. It was then and only then that UNASUR was created.

So no, they were not Neoliberals but I wouldn’t call it ‘‘True Left’’ as there is no such thing but rather a spectrum of movements that sprout in oposition to Neoliberalis nor was the pink tide a coordinate unified movement because of this initially

quora


Colombia

News media agenda usually supports violence, shootings and drugs, but somewhat unexpectedly gives a bad picture of Colombian drug lords. The Mexican drug cartels are forgotten in media but the Colombian are criticized.

It seems to be due to medias support for Nobel Prize winner Santos and leniency towards drug lords (not popular among people). Now when Duque is president the media gives a picture of excalated violence against civilians.

‘It’s total terror’: Colombian cartel retaliates over kingpin’s arrest

guardian

South America is traditional, feminism less strong, support for countries is strong, leaders are strong, Catholicism is strong. Therefore news media are putting a blanket over South America. But Colombian drug violence is sometimes highlighted.

It seems Colombia is smeared since it was never a strong participant in the “pink tide”.

Presidents:

2018- Iván Duque (Márquez) (from Antioquia)

Backed by Uribe, hard liner on drug cartels,

welcomed refugeez from Venezuela, like Santos

Close to US, supported Trump

cutting the budget of the Truth Commission and the Unit for the Search for Disappeared Persons by 30%. The government also promotes generals involved in extrajudicial executions

2010-18 Juan Manuel Santos

The 2016 Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to the President of Colombia Juan Manuel Santos “for his resolute efforts to bring the country’s more than 50-year-long civil war to an end,

Notable other nominees included the “White Helmets” of the Syrian Conflict[8] (who received several editorial endorsements from western newspapers[9][10][11]); representative “Greek islanders”, particularly those from Lesbos, for their response to the related refugee crisis;[12] Nadia Murad for her work in refugee advocacy; and Congolese gynaecologist Denis Mukwege for work with victims of rape.[13][14]

Six other Colombians, five of them victims of the Colombian armed conflict, had also been nominated.[18][19]

The scandal broke in 2008 with the identification of 19 young people whose disappearances had been reported by their families in Soacha (a suburb of Bogotá), whom the army presented as slain guerrillas.

Both houses of Congress ratified the revised peace accord on 29–30 November 2016, marking an end to the conflict. The treaty brought deep divisions and polarization in the country, which questions its legitimacy.[11] Santos has been named as one of Time’s 100 most influential people.[12] Santos left office with one of the lowest levels of popular approval ever,[13][14] and his successor was Uribe’s new protégé, Iván Duque, a moderate critic of Santos’ peace treaty with the FARC guerilla.[15]

2002-10 Álvaro Uribe (Antioquia)

Uribe led an all-out military offensive against leftist guerrilla groups such as the FARC and the ELN with funding and backing from the Clinton and Bush

… alleging he has ties with paramilitarism.[9][10][11]

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Brazil

In 2003 Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva was inaugurated. He was reelected in 2006. In 2011 Dilma Rousseff became Brazil’s first woman president. In 2015 she began her second term, but in 2016 the Senate of Brazil convicted her on impeachment charges, and she was removed from office, being succeeded by Michel Temer. In 2018 Jair Bolsonaro was elected, taking office on 1 January 2019.

Bolsonaro hated by the media like Trump

During his time in office, Lula introduced sweeping social programs including Bolsa Família and Fome Zero, aimed at combating poverty and lifting the station of the country’s working class. As president, Lula played a prominent role in international matters including activities related to the nuclear program of Iran and climate change, being described as “a man with audacious ambitions to alter the balance of power among nations”.[7]

Succeeded by his [Lula] former Chief of Staff, Dilma Rousseff

lulism The controlled reformism and limited structural change focused on the poorest sections of society.[10]

dom phillips, bruno pereira disappearance, brazil

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Fallet med den nyligen försvunne, brittiske journalisten som stöder indianerna, utvidgas. Hans guide försvann också. Pelé inkopplad. Man har gripit en misstänkt.

Jag misstänker ett fejk-fall för att försöka svärta “Bolso-Trump” och hans ev. kopplingar till skogsindustrin. Men inget är säkert.

theguardian.com

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Man har ännu inte hittat den försvunne brittiske journalisten. Man har hittat deras kläder. Anhöriga verkar redan ha givit upp hoppet.

Brazilian police say they have found personal items belonging to missing UK journalist Dom Phillips and indigenous expert Bruno Pereira.

The items include Mr Phillips’ boots and a backpack with clothes in, as well as Mr Pereira’s health ID card, a flip-flop, black trousers and boots.

The pair went missing while travelling by boat on a reporting trip in a remote Amazon rainforest on 5 June.

Mr Phillips’ wife and mother-in-law say they now presume the two men are dead.

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bbc.com

Familjen meddelades felaktigt (!) att kropparna hade återfunnits.

theguardian.com

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/jun/14/brazil-embassy-dom-phillips-bruno-pereira-bodies-incorrect-claim

Det hela liknar morden på Catalán och Sharp. Catalán hade tagit fram bevis hur den kongolesiska regeringen beordrar mord och fick betala med livet för det. I Kongo utvinns mineraler till batterier för bl.a telefoner och elbilar. Bl.a Tesla och Apple får råvaror därifrån. Men hanteringen omgärdas av tveksamheter. Krig råder i landet, barnarbete förekommer. FN skyddar verksamheten. När Catalán mördades hade de 18.000 soldater i landet.

Vad gäller den brittiske journalisten så är sens moralen att den som går upp mot skogsbolagen blir straffad. (Jämför mordet på Olof Wessberg, i Costa Rica, 1975)

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Nu har man hittat kropparna och identifierat mördaren. Man kan misstänka ett mediastunt för att smutskasta Bolsonaro och skrämma slag på de som protesterar mot skogsbolagen.

At a press briefing late on Wednesday, regional police chief Eduardo Fontes said one of the two men arrested in connection with the pair’s disappearance had confessed to killing them.

“On Tuesday he informed us the location where the bodies were buried and he promised to go with us today to the site so we could confirm where the bodies were buried,” Fontes told reporters.

The announcement brought a sad end to a 10-day search which has horrified the nation and underlined the growing dangers faced by those who dare to defend Brazil’s environment and Indigenous communities, which have faced a historic assault under the country’s far-right president, Jair Bolsonaro.

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Nu påstår myndigheterna att journalisten oavsiktligt mördades medan det bara fanns motiv att mörda hans guide. Det påstås ha varit en fyllegrej där guiden troddes ha information om olagligt fiske på indianernas vatten. Men de flesta tror nog att skogsbolagen ligger bakom. Men nu verkar de slippa granskning gällande morden.

Dom Phillips was ‘collateral damage’ in drunken ambush, claims Brazil vice-president

Hamilton Mourão’s claim sparked anger from Indigenous communities who believe organised crime was involved

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Indianer och andra kräver utredning. Protester sker bl.a i huvudstaden. Den indianske aktivisten i huvudstaden ser lite otidsenlig ut. Han bär krigsmålning, fjäderskrud och trollskramla.

Som ofta handlar nog detta om att motarbeta ursprungsbefolkningar. Nu vet alla att den som försvarar indianernas rättigheter kan förlora livet. Man kan jämföra med hur Catalán och Sharp miste livet när de undersökte den kongolesiska regeringens (som samarbetar med FN) misstänkta övergrepp. Man försöker helt enkelt skrämma aktivister, liknande Assange- och Kamphuis-fallen.

Indianerna skulle väl vara miljardärer om de hade fått rätten till den regnskog de bebor. Kongo skulle se helt annorlunda ut om de mineraltillgångar som Apple, Tesla etc utvann inte smusslades undan under krig som täckmantel, utan såldes genom etiskt godtagbara, ESG-certifierade kanaler, i ett demokratiskt land.

Indianer utgör ju ursprungsbefolkningen i nordamerika. Den dagen de får fart på “Red Power” och “Red Lives Matter ” (12 miljoner indianer har mördadts sedan 1492) så kommer det amerikanska samhället i gungning. Så indianer motarbetas intensivt. För inte så länge sedan blev ju Frölunda Indians tvungna att ta bort “Indians” ur namnet. Givetvis ett sätt att cancellera indianer. De skall glömmas, liksom vi svenskar.

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[Catalan Sharp, Kamphuis, Olof Wessberg, Phillips Pereira, Assange]

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Argentina

2019-

president Alberto Fernández

Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner

Donald Trump’s top adviser for the Western Hemisphere, Mauricio Claver-Carone, crossed Fernández in 2019 saying: “We want to know if Alberto Fernández will be a defender of democracy or an apologist for dictatorships and leaders in the region, whether it be Maduro, Correa or Morales.”[60]

2020

On August 4, Fernández reached an accord with the biggest creditors on terms for a restructuring of $65bn in foreign bonds, after a breakthrough in talks that had at times looked close to collapse since the country’s ninth debt default in May.[38]

Fernández was born in Buenos Aires, son of Celia Pérez and her first husband. Separated from the latter, Celia (sister of the personal photographer of Juan Domingo Perón) married Judge Carlos Pelagio Galíndez (son of a Senator of the Radical Civic Union).[5] Alberto Fernández, who barely knew his biological father, considers Pelagio to be his father.[5][6]

Argentina’s Peronist left returns as Fernandez is sworn in

Juan Peron

Juan Domingo Perón (UK: /pɛˈrɒn/, US: /pɛˈroʊn, pəˈ-, peɪˈ-/,[1][2][3] Spanish: [ˈxwan doˈmiŋɡo peˈɾon]; 8 October 1895 – 1 July 1974) was an Argentine Army general and politician. After serving in several government positions, including Minister of Labour and Vice President of a military dictatorship, he was elected President of Argentina three times, serving from June 1946 to September 1955, when he was overthrown by the Revolución Libertadora, and then from October 1973 until his death in July 1974.

During his first presidential term (1946–52), Perón was supported by his second wife, Eva Duarte (“Evita”): they were immensely popular among the Argentine working class. Eva died in 1952, and Perón was elected to a second term, serving from 1952 until 1955. During the following period of two military dictatorships, interrupted by two civilian governments, the Peronist party was outlawed and Perón was exiled.

His third wife, María Estela Martínez, known as Isabel Perón, was elected as Vice President on his ticket and succeeded him as President upon his death in 1974.

Although they are still controversial figures, Juan and Eva Perón are nonetheless considered icons by the Peronists. The Peróns’ followers praised their efforts to eliminate poverty and to dignify labour, while their detractors considered them demagogues and dictators. The Peróns gave their name to the political movement known as Peronism, which in present-day Argentina is represented mainly by the Justicialist Party.

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Cristina Elisabet Fernández de Kirchner (Spanish pronunciation: [kɾisˈtina eˈlisaβet ferˈnandes ðe ˈkiɾʃneɾ] (listen); born 19 February 1953), often referred to by her initials CFK,[1][2] is an Argentine lawyer and politician who has served as the 37th Vice President of Argentina since 2019. She also served as the President of Argentina from 2007 to 2015 and the first lady during the tenure of her husband, Néstor Kirchner.

Néstor Kirchner persidency 2003-2007

Argentina’s economic policies under Nestor Kirchner and Cristina Fernández de Kirchner were hugely impactful in the country’s recovery and general development, yet the Kirchner administrations are often painted with the same broad leftist brush often used to categorize Latin American governments. This kind of blanketed cataloguing obscures the economic nuances of important features of Argentina’s governance like social safety nets, market openness, and property rights

IMF loans

In June 2018, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) lent $ 50 billion to Argentina. It later increased the amount to $ 57 billion. This was the IMF’s largest loan in its history, and its 21st to Argentina.

economic history

default

Since independence from Spain in 1816, the country has defaulted on its debt nine times and inflation has often been in the double digits, even as high as 5000%, resulting in several large currency devaluations.

Economic crisis (1998–2002)

Argentina fell into a deep recession in the second half of 1998, triggered and then compounded by a series of adverse external shocks, which included low prices for agricultural commodities,[130] the appreciation of the US dollar, to which the peso was pegged at par,[130] the

In December 2000, the de la Rua government announced a $40 billion multilateral assistance package organized by IMF.[13

a partial deposit freeze.

default

The ensuing economic and political crisis was arguably the worst since the country’s independence.[80] By the end of 2002, the economy had contracted by 20% since 1998.[131] Over the course of two years, output fell by more than 15%, the Argentine peso lost three-quarters of its value, and registered unemployment exceeded 25%.[80] Income poverty in Argentina grew from an already high 35.4% in October 2001 to a peak of 54.3% in October 2002.[134]

Critics of the policy of economic liberalization pursued during the Menem Presidency argued that Argentina’s economic woes were caused by neoliberalism, which had been actively promoted by the U.S. government and the IMF under the Washington Consensus.

The Washington Consensus is a set of ten economic policy prescriptions considered to constitute the “standard” reform package promoted for crisis-wracked developing countries by Washington, D.C.-based institutions such as the International Monetary Fund (IMF), World Bank and United States Department of the Treasury.[1] T

In December 2005, Kirchner decided to liquidate the Argentine debt to the IMF in a single payment, without refinancing, for a total of $9.8 billion.[145] The payment was partly financed by Venezuela, who bought Argentine bonds for US$1.6 billion

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Chile

The US supported Pinochet’s military dictatorship for decades. Pinochet banned political parties, dissolved congress and scrapped the constitution. He also censored the press, banned unions, permitted torture and repression, and according to one government report, killed nearly 28,000 people during his rule.

US intervention

* Kalergi plan. Standard muslim take over of Europe, supported by Jews.

* Krim donated to Ukraine by Khrushchev.

* Border drawn wrongly in Donbas after Soviet collapse.

* Slave trade

* Jews supported nazis, like in Ukraine. After WW2 both Jews and nazis went to S. America to take over the independent continent.

* Left leaning cultural workers fleeing from the military juntas of Latin America (harsh regimes that strangely just disappeared by themselves, like the USSR)

* Assange took refuge in Ecuadorian embassy. Ecuadorian government falls.

* Musk “escaped intrusive authorities” in California and was sent to conservative Texas to spread progressive culture

* religious persecution: Pilgrims, Mayflower; Jews;

* refugees of war: Europe refugee crisis; Jews into Rome;

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Peru

President of Peru

All former elected presidents of Peru since 1985 have been prosecuted since leaving office:

Francisco Morales Bermudez was sentenced to life in prison by an Italian court in January 2017.[22]

Italy gives Peru dictator life in prison for 1970s murders

Prior to his resignation in 2000, Alberto Fujimori escaped to Japan seeking political refuge, where he faxed his resignation to Peru. He unsuccessfully attempted to run for a parliamentary position in the Parliament of Japan, and ultimately returned to Latin America in 2006 to run for the 2006 presidential elections. The refugee president’s flight diverted to Chile, where he stayed for six days. Peruvian officials and the President of Peru during the time expressed discontent at Chilean officials for allowing the indicted former president into the continent without repercussion. Ultimately, Fujimori flew back to Peru for unstated reasons and was arrested. Fujimori was convicted of corruption, bribery, human rights violations, crimes against humanities, murder, and other charges, for 25 years of prison until 2031. Fujimori served his sentence until 2017, where then Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski issued a presidential pardon, clearing Fujimori of his conviction. Following the resignation of Kuczynski, the pardon was declared illegitimate and Fujimori was arrested and returned to confinement. Presently, Fujimori remains in custody, serving the rest of his 25-year sentence.

Following the end of his term in 2006, Alejandro Toledo abruptly withdrew from Peruvian politics. Toledo and his spouse, Eliane Karp, both moved to California, in the United States, where they have resided since, to avoid prosecution.

Ex-Peruvian president [Toledo] said to flee to Israel

Ollanta Humala and his wife, Nadine Heredia, were abruptly arrested following the end of his term. Both of them were detained for 6 months for investigation on the means of corruption, but were later released. There were no conclusions or evidence provided by the investigation. Humala continues to reside in Lima awaiting his trial.

Following his resignation in March 2018, Pedro Pablo Kuczynski quietly left the Government Palace and returned to his home in the district of San Isidro. Kuczynski remained out of the public eye for the following ten months, but was then summoned to the Department of Justice. All of Kuczynski’s bank accounts were frozen and he was prohibited from leaving the country. Kuczynski made few public appearances, but on the first anniversary of his resignation, Kuczynski made his first major public appearance on El Comercio, a major Peruvian newspaper. The former president mentioned his present financial ruins and the amounts of loans he was forced to make. Additionally, Kuczynski mentioned that he felt betrayed by Martin Vizcarra, the incumbent President of Peru who succeeded Kuczynski following his resignation. On 10 April 2019, Kuczynski was arrested for primary corruption charges on the basis of an ongoing investigation into his connections with Odebrecht, money laundering, and bribery. At the end of his detention, Kuczynski was sentenced to three years of house imprisonment until 2022.

Manuel Merino was president for five days from 10 to 15 November 2020, following the impeachment and removal of Martín Vizcarra by the Peruvian Congress, before stepping down amid widespread protests resulting in casualties. He was inaugurated as president following the line of succession established in the constitution.

Alan García died by suicide on 17 April 2019 before being arrested.

Former Peruvian President Alan García has died after shooting himself as police arrived at his home to arrest him over bribery allegations.

Mr García was rushed to hospital in the capital, Lima. His death was confirmed by current President Martín Vizcarra. A crowd of supporters gathered outside the hospital building, and were held back by a line of police officers. Mr García was accused of taking bribes from Brazilian construction company Odebrecht – claims he denied.

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Odebrecht scandal

Odebrecht, large construction company, founded by German immigrants.

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For years, Latin America’s construction giant, Odebrecht, built some of the region’s most crucial infrastructure projects.

But then it became well-known for another superlative: its involvement in one of the biggest corruption cases in history.

In 2016, the Brazilian-based group signed what has been described as the world’s largest leniency deal with US and Swiss authorities, in which it confessed to corruption and paid $2.6bn (£2.1bn) in fines.

It started out as a small family construction group in the 1940s founded by Brazilians of German origin. It grew quickly and at its peak, around 2010, the company had 181,000 employees across 21 countries.

Its focus is on building large projects, such as Caracas’ metro, a port in Cuba and much of the infrastructure used by Brazil in the 2014 World Cup, including some of the stadiums.

The company is also one of the biggest donors to politicians in Brazil.

bbc

Former Peruvian President Alan García has died after shooting himself as police arrived at his home to arrest him over bribery allegations.

Mr García was rushed to hospital in the capital, Lima. His death was confirmed by current President Martín Vizcarra. A crowd of supporters gathered outside the hospital building, and were held back by a line of police officers. Mr García was accused of taking bribes from Brazilian construction company Odebrecht – claims he denied.

bbc

Alan Gabriel Ludwig García Pérez; 23 May 1949 – 17 April 2019) was a Peruvian politician who served as President of Peru for two non-consecutive terms from 1985 to 1990 and from 2006 to 2011.

Suicide 2019

Marcelo Odebrecht

Norberto Odebrecht

Emil Odebrecht

Rudolf Odebrecht (not related?)

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Petrobras

Odebrecht is one of the firms that have been caught in Operacao Lava Jato, Brazil’s corruption probe into the state oil giant Petrobras. Dozens of companies acknowledged paying bribes to politicians and officials in exchange for contracts with Petrobras.

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Nicaragua

The Nicaraguan Revolution (Spanish: Revolución Nicaragüense or Revolución Popular Sandinista) encompassed the rising opposition to the Somoza dictatorship in the 1960s and 1970s, the campaign led by the Sandinista National Liberation Front (FSLN) to oust the dictatorship in 1978–79, the subsequent efforts of the FSLN to govern Nicaragua from 1979 to 1990,[26] and the Contra War, which was waged between the FSLN-led government of Nicaragua and the United States–backed Contras from 1981 to 1990. The revolution marked a significant period in the history of Nicaragua and revealed the country as one of the major proxy war battlegrounds of the Cold War,

Somoza, killed in Asuncion when Argentinian communists shot at his car with RPG in the city.

The Contras were the various U.S.-backed and funded right-wing rebel groups that were active from 1979 to 1990 in opposition to the Marxist Sandinista Junta of National Reconstruction Government in Nicaragua which came to power in 1979 following the Nicaraguan Revolution. Among the separate contra groups, the Nicaraguan Democratic Force (FDN) emerged as the largest by far. In 1987, virtually all contra organizations were united, at least nominally, into the Nicaraguan Resistance.

During their war against the Nicaraguan government, the Contras committed numerous human rights violations and used terrorist tactics.[2][3][4][5][6] These actions were frequently carried out systematically as a part of the strategy of the Contras. Supporters of the Contras tried to downplay these violations, particularly the Reagan administration in the US, which engaged in a campaign of white propaganda to alter public opinion in favor of the Contras,[7] while covertly encouraging the Contras to attack civilian targets.[8]

From an early stage, the rebels received financial and military support from the United States government, and their military significance decisively depended on it. After US support was banned by Congress, the Reagan administration covertly continued it. These illegal activities culminated in the Iran–Contra affair.

Iran–Contra affair

The Iran–Contra affair (Persian: ماجرای ایران-کنترا, Spanish: Caso Irán–Contra), often referred to as the Iran–Contra scandal, the McFarlane affair (in Iran),[1] or simply Iran–Contra, was a political scandal in the United States that occurred during the second term of the Reagan Administration. Between 1981 and 1986, senior administration officials secretly facilitated the sale of arms to the Khomeini government of the Islamic Republic of Iran, which was the subject of an arms embargo.[2] The administration hoped to use the proceeds of the arms sale to fund the Contras in Nicaragua.

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Mexico

Politics

On 1 December 2018, Andrés Manuel López Obrador sworn in as Mexico’s first leftist president in seven decades, after winning a landslide victory in July 2018 elections.[28] In June 2021 midterm elections, López Obrador’s left-leaning Morena’s coalition lost seats in the lower house of Congress. However, his ruling coalition maintained a simple majority, but López Obrador failed to secure the two-thirds congressional supermajority. The main opposition was a coalition of Mexico’s three traditional parties: the center-right Revolutionary Institutional Party, right-wing National Action Party and leftist Party of the Democratic Revolution.[29]

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2022 05 22 Earlier: False flag

2022 05 21 Earlier: Oil net import

2022 05 20 Earlier: Turkey in NATO supported IS. In NATO Sweden can end up in war with parctically any country.

2022 05 18 Earlier: US defends Taiwan, but not Ukraine. Joining NATO can mean war with China

2022 05 17 Earlier: 1. West employs cancel culture. 2. Jewish influence 3. Nordic systems were better.

2022 05 16 Earlier: A new Korea in Europe (1)

2022 05 15 Earlier: Why Europe is crashing (2)

2022 05 13 Earlier: Use blockade to blame foreign powers.

2022 05 11 Earlier: Burn quran is like burn kippah

2022 05 10 Earlier: Team USA-Russia vs Syria, Iraq, Kazakhstan …

2022 05 09 Earlier: Bombing independent countries

2022 05 08 Earlier: Why Europe is crashing (1)

2022 05 06 Earlier: Tesla – modern slavery

2022 05 02 Earlier: Join NATO in panic

2022 04 26 Earlier: Superpower take-over

2022 04 25 Earlier: Europe under attack

2022 04 23 Earlier: War destroys Europe

2022 04 21 Earlier: Musk SolarCity trial

2022 04 20 Earlier: Superppowers lose war.

2022 04 18 Earlier: Superpowers starve Europe of energy.

2022 04 15 Earlier: EU sanctions euro and blames Russia.

2022 04 14 Earlier: Ukraine war means energy depletion

2022 04 11 Earlier: It’s about war, not which side you’re on.

2022 04 09 Earlier: Ukraine war, global aspects

2022 04 10 Earlier: War will end when Europe is broken.

2022 04 08 Earlier: Ukraine war is not Putin’s war. It is EU:s war.

2022 04 06 Earlier: The war in Ukraine is orchestrated by globalists

2022 04 02 Earlier: No Russian bots (2)

2022 04 01 Earlier: Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies self destruct.

2022 03 28 Earlier: Greta starvation, agenda controlled

2022 03 27 Earlier: There were no Russian bots (1)

2022 03 26 Earlier: Tesla sells conflicts, like in Texas

2022 03 25 Earlier: Zelensky chooses war

2022 03 24 Earlier: war and stock are globally directed

2022 03 22 Earlier: Reasons for war in Ukraine

2022 03 20 Earlier: EU decides fuel tax

2022 03 22 Earlier: must stop killing (2)

2022 03 21 Earlier: BlackRock’s Fink letter says gas and oil are good “transition fuels”

2022 03 20 Earlier: must stop killing in Ukraine (1)

2022 03 19 Earlier: International community must protect all

2022 03 18 Earlier: national socialism is very different from international socialism or nazism

2022 03 17 Earlier: Ukraine war is the superpowers attacking the European peoples.

2022 02 25 Earlier: Oligarch Kolomoisky runs Ukraine, president Zelensky, Azov batallion and Ukrainian air, allegedly shot down in Iran conflict.

2022 02 24 Earlier: finance crises, scandals; Europe is run from Brussels/EU like Congo was run from Brussels.

2022 02 19 Earlier: finance crises, scandals; finance timeline

2022 02 18 Earlier: EU rules send Swedish electricity to Germany

2022 02 17 Earlier: Ukraine war 2022

2022 02 16 Earlier: Racism is back

2022 02 06 Earlier: Kamila Valieva doping case rigged

2022 02 05 Earlier: Norwegian public service attacking Russia [Nordic sports /2]

2022 02 04 Earlier: Greta Thunberg discriminates (2)

2022 02 01 Earlier: indigenous peoples are only used for conflict. They will also be conformed.

2022 01 31 Earlier: nazi & other smearing of [Nordic sports /1]

2022 01 30 Earlier: Greta, criticism

2022 01 27 Earlier: Nobel prize to stop sexual violence, not wars.

2022 01 26 Earlier: Catalán Sharp murder media coverage cover up multi-nationals’ control. Belgium made a mess of Congo and now of Europe.

2022 01 25 Earlier: Catalán, Sharp, coltan, Congo, conflict; Assange, Manning, Bini, Kamphuis, Snowden, Kashoggi

2022 01 24 Earlier: Greta Thunberg’s backers, dangerously trying to recreate the Chinese cultural revolution

2022 01 23 Earlier: Northvolt global mess

2022 01 22 Earlier: Next crisis

2022 01 21 Earlier: Greta demonstrations rigged, express apartheid

2022 01 20 Earlier: Media covers up WEF 2022

2022 01 18 Earlier: Turkey

2022 01 17 Earlier: EU energy stavation agenda, cable refused

2022 01 16 Earlier: Energy crisis in Europe

2022 01 15 Earlier: Northvolt, EU – green socialism

2022 01 14 Earlier: Tesla, EU – socialism

2022 01 13 Earlier: Assange revealed US war crimes.

2022 01 12 Earlier: Going virtual

2022 01 11 Earlier: EU lets eastern European nuclear crisis grow

2022 01 07 Earlier: Ukraine Jewish president doesn’t fight nazis [-2-]

2022 01 05 Earlier: EU single candidate system

2022 01 04 Earlier: EU self destructive gas boycott

2022 01 03 Earlier: Hong Kong democracy clamp down

2022 01 02 Earlier: Silk Road, China is becoming part of the global agenda.

2021 12 31 Earlier: Global takeover

2021 12 27 Earlier: Biden acts senile not to have to fulfill out his promises.

2021 12 26 Earlier: US and EU construct energy crisis in Europe. (press spoiler button at link target)

2021 12 23 Earlier: Christmas feeling

2021 12 22 Earlier: Privatization down sides, illustrated by Elon Musk

2021 12 21 Earlier: Kamala Harris – the fall guy?

2021 12 20 Earlier: nuclear delay

2021 12 19 Earlier: Northvolt – just a green delusion?

2021 12 17 Earlier: Reasons for the energy crisis

2021 12 14 Earlier: The crises are constructed

2021 12 08 Earlier: USA/EU democracy failure

2021 12 04 Earlier: EU uses psychological warfare against the European peoples.

2021 12 01 Earlier: Greta covers up four things

2021 11 30 Earlier: Greta is too white

2021 11 28 Earlier: Market economy, energy crisis

2021 11 27 Earlier: Musk and Tesla go for feodalism

2021 11 26 Earlier: EU exploits Ukraine

2021 11 10 Earlier: Climate refugees

2021 11 08 Earlier: Musk vs authorities

2021 11 04 Earlier: Refugees from EU

2021 11 03 Earlier: EU energy scam helps the EU

2021 10 28 Earlier: Putin helps the EU

2021 10 27 Earlier: EU constructs energy crisis

2021 10 28Earlier: shirking responsibility

2021 10 27 Earlier: Biden no climate action

2021 10 26 Earlier: origins of climate theory

2021 10 25 Earlier: Greta Thunberg builds generation gap

2021 10 24 Earlier: climate predictions

2021 10 23 Earlier: child shaming

2021 10 22 Earlier: Greta Thunberg discriminates (1 )

2021 10 21 Earlier: big oil not at COP26. Greta anonymous in Sweden.

2021 10 20 Earlier: European energy crisis

2021 10 17 Earlier: Weapons of mass migration

2021 10 16 Earlier: Streisand effect, muslims

2021 10 15 Earlier: information shifts

2021 10 08 Earlier: The cold war is back

2021 10 05 Earlier: The climate weapon

2021 09 25 Earlier: Banks, big corporations

2021 09 19 Earlier: Aukus

2021 09 09 Earlier: The Fall of Rome

2021 09 07 Earlier: Greta – the witch doctor.

2021 09 03 Earlier: Construct problems to split the population.

2021 08 30 Earlier: Energy consumption stops crypto.

2021 08 15 Earlier: Big corps

2021 08 10 Earlier: Argumentation against the person

2021 08 08 Earlier: Climate models exaggerated.

2021 08 06 Earlier: Olympic gold sprinter Jacobs’ nutritionist under police investigation for distribution of anabolic steroids. Attacking the messenger/person.

2021 07 23 Earlier: Controlled opposition

2021 07 20 Earlier: Globalization is dysfunctional.

2021 06 30 Earlier: EU demands elicit government crisis in Sweden.

2021 06 29 Earlier: EU climate tariffs

2021 06 25 Earlier: EU m.o. is crisis. Crisis timeline

2021 06 24 Earlier: Is Greta Thunberg bluffing about her education? [ -1-, -2- ]

2021 06 23 Earlier: Greta Thunberg uses parliament for dancing not debate.

2021 06 22 Earlier: The privatization of space activities is at the expense of research and development.

2021 06 21 Earlier: Greta accuses Nordic countries vaguely, without presenting evidence.

2021 06 20 Earlier: Fake government crisis

2021 06 19 Earlier: EU ramps up CO2. Media twists refugees from US warfare to be “climate refugees”.

2021 06 18 Earlier: US keeps up the oil price.

2021 06 16 Earlier: EU supports regime that encourages death squads.

2021 06 14 Earlier: EU creates cold war

2021 06 12 Earlier: US out of lockdown but not Europe

2021 05 27 Earlier: EU puppet regime, Belarus

2021 05 26 Earlier: EU fakes hi-jack to buy Belarus.”

2021 05 24 Earlier: climate “science

2021 05 22 Earlier: nwo m.o.

2021 04 24 Earlier: Cryptocurrencies hype yet another way to deprive country through reduced tax base. Bitcoin “mining” is really transfer fee. Ethereum hacker became lawful owner of loot.

2021 04 22 Earlier: Tesla crash used to hide lack of sales

2021 04 19 Earlier: climate attack on Nordic countries

2021 04 14 Earlier: US – taliban win-win

2021 04 13 Earlier: Resistance to EU/global control is connected to nazis, terrorists etc.

2021 04 10 Earlier: Media and politicians attack white men.

2021 04 03 Earlier: National states vaccinate more efficiently

2021 04 02 Earlier: Covid is used to form airline monopoly

2021 04 01 Earlier: Airlines don’t want you to travel!

2021 03 31 Earlier: Biden attacks Europe using the climate agenda.

2021 03 20 Earlier: EU-Covid

2021 03 18 Earlier: Georgia

2021 03 12 Earlier: Holodomór terror famine

2021 03 09 Earlier: Biden chosen by Dems meant manipulating democracy to promote Harris.

2021 02 21 Earlier: Archeology on Mars is psychological warfare.

2021 02 06 Earlier: Will agriculture and food supply be the next crises?

2021 02 02 Earlier: Tesla stock is inflated to support green take over by f.ex EU.

2021 01 31 Earlier: Bill Gates knew society would respond to Covid with disproportionate strength.

2021 01 30 Earlier: The World Economic Forum (WEF) is a decoy.

2021 01 29 Earlier: The true nature of The (not so) Great Reset

2021 01 12 Earlier: starvation

2021 01 08 Earlier: Trump-Assange agenda

2021 01 06 Earlier: Global lockdown

2020 12 26 Earlier: Maggie Thatcher on EU.

2020 12 26 Earlier: Brexit – a complete success for UK.

2020 12 12 Earlier: Covid mostly affects politicians media dislike.

2020 12 01 Earlier: European Union 7 year budget negotiations 2020.

2020 11 30 Earlier: Belarus 2020 – “revolution” is only newspaper feminist agenda and likely EU influencing

2020 11 26 Earlier: Greta – the modern Don Quixote

2020 11 25 Earlier: EU-satellite deals are better than EU membership.

2020 11 23 Earlier: Future of globalization

2020 11 22 Earlier: Climate doom

2020 11 22 Earlier: Dictatorship: Sweden ban meetings.

2020 11 10 Earlier: Internet communication has led to globalists going for broke.

2020 11 06 Earlier: Diet and body shape are abused to divide the population

2020 11 01 Earlier: Globalism will bring chaos until units of control are shrunk.

2020 10 16 Earlier: Authorities still havn’t published recommendations for those w/symtoms, positive test or anyone really.

2020 10 15 Earlier: Corona restrictions will demand rewriting the constitution.

2020 10 13 Earlier: Greta is not environmental, she is EU and Hong Kong activist.

2020 10 12 Earlier: Greta turns to Macron, not Swedish politicians.

2020 10 08 Earlier: The climate issue is political.

2020 10 02 Earlier: Is the Estonia ferry disaster fake?

2020 09 20 Earlier: Assange trial

2020 09 08 Earlier: Globalists incite subversion and rebellion against the national government

2020 09 05 Earlier: Soros, Nixon, FED

2020 08 31 Earlier: Activism creates tthe problems it claims to counteract.

2020 08 28 Earlier: European Union

2020 08 18 Earlier: EV-charging

2020 08 15 Earlier: Sweden pays Italian Olympics.

2020 08 14 Earlier: Media spread mental problems.

2020 08 11 Earlier: Soros is a decoy.

2020 08 09 Earlier: When Soros crashed Sweden.

2020 08 07 Earlier: Brexit will increase EU power.

2020 08 05 Earlier: Controlling Europe through debt

2020 08 03 Earlier: polarization

2020 08 02 Earlier: “Covid rescue” illegal in two ways

2020 07 26 Earlier: “Covid rescue” is really euro bailout

2020 07 25 Earlier: False idols look appealing

2020 07 23 Earlier: PM Löfven tricked out of EU rebate.

2020 07 20 Earlier: Macron & Merkel dictate the EU agenda

2020 07 12 Earlier: Immigrants ridiculed in headline for not recieving information

2020 07 10 Earlier: white males – slandered in media

2020 07 05 Earlier: US elections – a show for foreign countries

2020 07 03 Earlier: Cross-country skiing champion Marit Bjorgen – a product of the globalist agenda

2020 06 20 Earlier: Swedish PM splits Nordic unity for no reason. – He must be under globalist control.

2020 06 18 Earlier: Black Lives Matter/All Lives Matter [BLM]

2020 06 16 Earlier: The Brexit dilemma (1)

2020 06 12 Earlier: Why the media hate Latin America

2020 06 11 Earlier: Why the UK can not get a deal with the EU.

2020 06 10 Earlier: Why SpaceX recovers boosters.

2020 05 27 Earlier: Send Greta to the European Union to stop Corona recovery. We in Northern Europe are paying for it.

2020 05 22 Earlier: Blackmail the European Union

2020 05 02 Earlier: Norwegian police never tries to find the missing person

2020 05 06 Earlier: Fairy tales newspapers compose

2020 05 02 Earlier: Elon Musk plays the fool

2020 04 30 Earlier: Brexit, current status

2020 04 12 Earlier: fake rebels

2020 04 06 Earlier: The government/press/elite are less likely to use espionage against other states, but would rather use it against their own people.

2020 03 25 Earlier: Corona & climate – full panic but no real action taken.

2020 03 12 Earlier: US elections 2020 are rigged.

2020 03 08 Earlier: US liberal chaos is only for export.

2020 02 29 Earlier: Assange extradition trial

2020 01 27 Earlier: Is Mars rover “Curiosity” fake??

2020 01 25 Earlier: Climate gender conflicts

2020 01 22 Earlier: The scare factor

2020 01 20 Earlier: The European Union threatens w/ bank blockade to make United Kingdom to follow EU rules.

2019 12 19 Earlier: Neil Farage: Parties like SverigeDemokraterna (SD) become corrupt in the European Union.

2019 12 14 Earlier: Elon Musk is intentionally a poor role model, to destroy youth values.

2020 01 26 Earlier: Are Starlink spy satellites?

2019 12 08 Earlier: Obama tries to break US self confidence by cutting the space program.

2019 12 01 Earlier: Are the Iranian ayatollahs CIA-agents?

2019 11 26 Earlier: Arjen Kamphuis‘ disappearance

2019 10 10 Earlier: Greta Thunberg‘s true, dark motives

2019 08 10 Earlier: Edward Snowden – US operative

2019 04 14 Earlier: Wikileaks, Julian Assange and Ola Bini are likely American agents.

2019 04 12 Earlier: Ola Bini, Arjen Kamphuis connection

2019 02 01 Earlier: Elections 2018: Globalist parties pretended to have different opinions. Collaborate to favor large corporations at the expense of workers.

2019 02 01 Earlier: Bilderberg calling the shots: Center party is hi-jacked and Liberal party is ordered to self-exterminate.

2018 09 10 Earlier: News media gives birth to a political party – Ny Demokrati

2018 09 09 Earlier: All parties unite to refuse party SD posts as chairman according to election results.

2018 09 08 Earlier: The media monopoly sells outdated technology to the Swedish gov’t @ SEK 10 bn.

2018 09 07 Earlier: Feeding frenzy, the media monopoly disposes of politicians that do not follow the agenda

2018 09 06 Earlier: Quotes

2018 09 05 Earlier: Control of the Internet, Google, troll farms

2018 08 30 Earlier: Soros’ funds used to influence Swedish politics

2018 05 30 Earlier: Fake news

2018 05 22 Earlier: False flag awards

2018 05 10 Earlier: Who owns the news media

2018 05 01 Earlier: Journalist wounded by IS ?

2018 04 27 Earlier: The Cold War and other anti-Russian activities. The image of conflict; The useful enemy

2018 04 25 Earlier: Why only few air crash investigations are accurate. – Passengers lives are at an unnecessary risk.

2018 04 22 Earlier: The Iraq war 2003 was built on fake evidence. / So far, no accusations of chemical warfare have been proven true. / Also the war on IS was built on fake evidence.

2018 04 10 Earlier: Bjärred-case. Politically correct psychiatry exterminates a whole family?

2018 04 02 Earlier: UN obstructs murder investigation – UN supports an illegal regime. The true reason why Catalán and Sharp were killed.

2018 03 10 Earlier: The terrorists’ objectives

2018 03 01 Earlier: Tesla, Ubuntu/Linux – self destructive moles & Google, Facebook – political control mechanisms

2017 12 25 Earlier: Geopolitisk krigföring – Media/USA attackerar Europa med flyktingar. The enemy within. Weapons of Mass Migration

2017 12 18 Earlier: Destabilisering genom feminism och HBTQ

2017 12 15 Earlier: Destabilisering genom invandring

2017 12 12 Earlier: IOK saknar bevis – Internationella Olympiska Kommittén stänger av Ryssland utan bevis

2017 12 09 Earlier: Trump om Jerusalem – den verkliga orsaken till Trumps uttalande funnen


Table of Contents (in English)

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Summary

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Massmedia och demokratin
News media and the democracy]

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