Opposition member of parliament and former student leader, Juan Requesens, told an audience in Florida that the opposition's planned referendum on July 16 could paralyze the country and lead to a "Zero Hour" showdown, provoking a possible coup or a foreign invasion. #Venezuela #coup #foreigninvasion #politics #news #currentevents
The Amazon, highland and coastal regions of Colombia have the highest rates of deforestation in the country. Illicit crops, mining, a lack of state regulation and little environmental protection are contributing to the rise in deforestation in Colombia, which rose 44 percent in 2016.
Deforestation in the South American country increased from 306,497 acres in 2015 to 441,322 acres in 2016, Semana Sostenible reported. The Colombian government's goal is to reduce the size of d
This is Part One in a series Introduction In the United States, many have claimed that the U.S. is a Christian nation. From this viewpoint, many Conservative Evangelical Christians have developed a sense of nationalism, an ideology that exceeds patriotism. From this ideology, many Christians have placed the U.S. on top of every other nation. From this perspective, they have developed a great sense of pride; so much so, they will cheer on America in whatever it is doing becaus
E Pluribus Unum … Out of many we are one The preamble of the Declaration of Independence is essentially an article of dissent; a statement that outlines the framework of a new nation and simultaneously illustrates why this new nation is necessary: When in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the
There is trouble in oil paradise. It seems that all the elements of an already explosive geopolitical concoction are getting vigorously stirred. The palace coup in Saudi Arabia, conducted by King Salman’s own son, Prince Mohammad bin Salman, on June 21, 2017, should be understood as the second salvo of a potentially hot war between two Sunni blocks: on one hand, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), and Bahrain; on the other hand, Qatar and its allies of circum
Abdullah al-Muhaysini, a member of Hayat Tahrir al-Sham, an alliance of jihadist factions that includes the al-Nusra Front in Syria. News Junkie Post - Saudi Arabia vs Qatar: Middle East Controlled-Demolition Plan?
Unicorn Riot - Greece: Anarchists Defend Exarcheia’s Autonomous Zone From Police
Black Agenda Report - The Tide Is Turning on Single Payer, With or Without Bernie
Donald Trump can always be counted on for a certain perspective. So when he - several years ago, before he was president - without context, asserted that our nation’s violent crime problem generates almost exclusively from the Black and Hispanic communities, it came as no surprise. The then-New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg seemed to echo Trump’s remarks. We see his thinking at work in the decision to send ATF agents to Chicago like a foreign occupying army. What these st
President of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, has denounced a 'terror attack' in which a helicopter flew over top government buildings shooting rounds and throwing grenade bombs. The weapons are said to be of Colombian and Israeli origin. #Venezuela #currentevents #teleSUREnglish #news #politics #thedeepstate #terrorism
Journalists and activists protested in the Mexican capital to demand justice for their colleague Salvador Adame who was the head of regional TV station Canal 6. #journalism #journalist #currentevents #politics #news #murder #Mexico #teleSUREnglish
No, I haven't lost my faith and I haven't surrendered to hopelessness, but, yet, I have tried to view my present circumstances with an understanding that this too, someway; somehow will pass. Yes, I know it's a genetic disease for which there is no cure or treatment - although there are things that can be done to help manage it better. Nevertheless, I still believe in the miraculous. This disease has moved in, against my objections and my will, like the psychotic dorm-mate fr
Video includes graphic images, Viewer discretion is advised. This video is provided courtesy of Chicago News and it shows Officer Jason Van Dyke shooting McDonald 16 times on October 20, 2014. This incident, and the subsequent release of this video approximately a year ago, caused great outrage in Chicago and around the nation. Today, three Chicago Cops have charged with conspiracy to cover up the murder of Laquan McDonald. The indictment named Det. David March and officers J
Every so often I have to talk to my brothers & sisters who don't quite understand where I stand. So, instead of writing over again that which has already been written, I'm re-posting this from 2014. "The National Black Day of Silence has passed and I guess I can now speak my piece regarding some of the nonsense that I've seen and read. 1. It's not my job to explain to my fairer-skinned brothers and sisters that recognizing and observing a day of silence, for what is OVERWHELM
This was me, once upon a time. Same fight, different assignment ~ Edward Rhymes, Founder & CEO of Rhymes Media Group #WeFightWhereWeCan #racism #antiracism #racialprofiling #lawenforcementracism #protest #politics #currentevents #news
I suppose this should considered a RMG News Rant. This was in the aftermath of the verdict of not guilty on all charges for Officer Yanez in the MURDER of Philando Castile. Yes, I was heated. During this broadcast I was not a journalist or reporter, I was a Black man with half a century of anger & pain. I can't, and won't, apologize. #racialprofiling #racism #news #currentevents #politics #PhilandoCastile #murderbycop #lawenforcementracism #trial #jury
U.S. President Donald Trump arrives to deliver a speech on U.S.-Cuba relations at the Manuel Artime Theater in Miami, Florida, U.S., on June 16, 2017. | Photo: Reuters
This marks a rollback of the celebrated deal between President Castro and President Obama to thaw relations.Fulfilling his campaign promise to reverse the previous Obama administration's re-engagement with Havana, U.S. President Donald Trump has outlined his hardline Cuba policy.
In a speech at the Manuel A
RMG's #IndependentMediaMonday: Headlines about ongoing violence in Venezuela are practically inescapable, with over 70 people dead since opposition-led protests aimed at toppling the government began in early April.In addition to those killed, over 1000 have been injured in the protests.Right-wing opposition leaders have attempted to portray the deaths as examples of state repression and evidence of the "dictatorship" that they are aiming to topple.
Mainstream media have by
Originally posted on Mint Press News, March 11, 2013
Two extremely important events have taken place in Latin America in past few weeks. Of course we all know of the death of Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez, but there has been little attention paid to what’s taking place in Argentina.
A trial that began last Tuesday, March 5, in Argentina, is poised to reveal new details about how six Latin American countries coordinated with each other in the 1970s and 1980s to eliminat
RMG Australian Correspondent, Stella Matt, Interviews Jay Tharappel at the Hands Off Syria Conference In Sydney, Australia, April 18, 2017. #Syria #HandsOffSyria #news #currentevents #politics #militaryindustrialcomplex #propaganda #independentmedia #thedeepstate #MiddleEast #war #Russia
By MintPress News Desk | June 12, 2017 A pipeline that is under construction in several southern U.S. states has local residents fired up, as they fear potential contamination of their groundwater. The EPA and local authorities have given the pipeline a thumbs-up, despite the likelihood of significant damage to the environment.
TAMPA — As the fight to stop the Dakota Access pipeline becomes a distant memory for many, similar fights are still taking place throughout much of