Argentina: Opposition Builds to Great Reset, Who’s Next?
Opinion

Argentina: Opposition Builds to Great Reset, Who’s Next?

UPDATE: Mea Culpa, this is not news. But an historical reminder of what happens when the people get fed up with a corrupt government incapable of serving their interests. Rememeber this? The president of Argentina has left the building. According to the Daily Mail 20 years ago : President Fernando De la Rua resigned and…

How a Police Spy’s Stunning Testimony Threatens the Official US-Israeli AMIA Bombing Narrative
History

How a Police Spy’s Stunning Testimony Threatens the Official US-Israeli AMIA Bombing Narrative

Revelations by a former police spy upend the official story blaming Iran for the 1994 bombing of a Jewish community center in Buenos Aires, and suggest a cover-up by dirty war elements may have let the real culprits off the hook. *** The July 18, 1994 bombing of the Argentine Israeli Mutual Association (AMIA) Jewish…

Brexit Could See the Return of the Falkland Islands to Argentina
Opinion

Brexit Could See the Return of the Falkland Islands to Argentina

The Islas Malvinas, or more commonly known as the Falkland Islands, archipelago was invaded by the United Kingdom in 1833 and its occupation has continued to date. Argentina’s claim for sovereignty through diplomatic means has been a state policy since the failed liberation attempt through military means in 1982. Although it lost intensity during the…

Will Bolsonaro Be Spared from the ‘South American Spring’?
Opinion

Will Bolsonaro Be Spared from the ‘South American Spring’?

Several South American nations have been rocked by the sudden explosion of intense street protests over the past month aimed at removing their internationally recognized governments from power, and while these developments are split between being genuine people-driven protests and externally supported Color Revolutions, the question on everyone’s mind is whether they’ll eventually spread to…

The Strategic Battle for Lithium. Huge Reserves in Bolivia, Argentina, Chile
Opinion

The Strategic Battle for Lithium. Huge Reserves in Bolivia, Argentina, Chile

On March 15, 2018, Maurizio Stefanini, reporter of an italian right think-tank, complained that the huge reserve of Lithium present in Bolivia was in the hands of the State“” and of the bad example“” of Evo Morales. (1) In the same article it was pointed out that, on the contrary, Chile and Argentina, the other…