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La ética de periodismo

Daniel Estulin

El conflicto nunca puede ser explícito en el inextricablemente embrollado mundo aristocrático de la política americana. La pregunta que los medios de comunicación americanos deben cuestionarse es: ¿qué significa ser “imparcial”? Las empresas de los medios de comunicación cuyos presentadores llevan puesto el pin con la bandera americana, que escayolan...


Syria: Accounts of a dirty war

* by Luis Carapinha

However great the wickedness of the media campaign, this cannot overshadow the truth of the ongoing war in Syria. A war instigated, orchestrated, conducted and financed from abroad, exacerbating the expression of the international class struggle .

If it wasn't for the criminal actions of the  U.S.A. and the aligned NATO powers (who pontificate on the...


Total confusion in Libya: Another 9/11?

­The killing of the US ambassador to Libya, Chris Stevens, and three other American diplomats was another 9/11, eleven years after the fact. These two tragedies don’t quite compare in scale, but one cannot disregard how the global landscape changed between the two terrible events – not linear, but rather like a spiral, bringing similar problems on different levels.



30 years of impunity - Israel and the massacre of Sabra and Shatila

"Listen, I know you're recording, but I personally would like to see them all dead ... I would like to see all Palestinians killed because they are a disease anywhere they go. " -Lieutenant of the Israeli army, Lebanon, June 16, 1982. In memory of one of the most devastating blows to the Palestinian people, various activities are planned.

by Luciana Garcia de Oliveira (*)  



'La espía que no me amó': las mujeres del Mossad dan todo por su país, salvo sexo

Por primera vez las agentes secretas de uno de los servicios de inteligencia más famosos del mundo revelan su vida clandestina

Las mujeres-espías del enigmático Mossad, el servicio secreto de inteligencia de Israel, revelan por primera vez secretos de su maestría.

Cinco agentes femeninas del Mossad hablaron en una entrevista con la revista 'Lady Globes' sobre sus vidas...


The Declining West: Tragedy or Comedy?

By Paul Craig Roberts

During the Vietnam War, Sweden was an independent country with a moral conscience, and Sweden gave sanctuary to US war protestors who refused the draft. Washington realized the cost to itself and purchased the Swedish government in order to prevent a reoccurrence of moral conscience on the part of any Western government.

In the aftermath of World War...


"EE.UU. cosecha lo que sembró en Libia”

La política de intervencion en los asuntos de los países islámicos resulta a la larga contraproducente, según el experto Neil Clark

“Condenamos los ataques terribles y el asesinato de Chris Stevens, pero esto no habría ocurrido si la OTAN no hubiera intervenido el año pasado”, comenta Neil Clark, periodista y escritor especialista en los asuntos internacionales.



Outrage: Why is the US surprised?

Let the killing of Ambassador Christopher Stevens in Benghazi be the diplomatic legacy of Hillary R. Clinton and let her surprise and bewilderment be a telling insight into her utter incompetence to do the job. To be a diplomat, you need emotional intelligence and that, unfortunately, Hillary Clinton does not have.

Just what exactly did the United States of America expect from ...


9/11: A geo-political monster

The victims of 9/11 are not only encountered in New York. The victims of 9/11 lived in Afghanistan, in Iraq, in Libya and today, in Syria, campaigns created and wars waged on the back of the most shocking example of the manipulation of fear in the history of humankind. 9/11 was an insult to the memories of the deceased, an insult to their families.

The anomalies of the 9/11...