The United States has turned Latin America and the Caribbean into a key battlefield in its new cold war on China and Russia, invoking the 200-year-old colonialist Monroe Doctrine to justify aggressive interventionist policies.Latin America is on the frontlines of the US new cold war on China and Russia
These forces must unite to overturn the war program of the White House and Pentagon which only robs the people of their rights to decent housing, education, food, water, environmental justice and all other necessities of modern life. A new foreign policy must be developed which defunds the defense department and dismantles the U.S. bases which are waging war around the globe.
NATO is the means of continuing colonial aggressions against African countries.
Considering the public media attention and concern about possible expansion of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), it is worth reminding people about NATO’s bloody history in Africa. NATO was founded in 1949 after WWII at a time when African countries were still under the yoke of colonialism. In fact most of the original founders of NATO had been Africa’s principal colonizers such as UK, France, Portugal, Belgium, Italy and the USA as lead NATO organizer and dominant partner. The organization was established as a collective defense against the Soviet Union with the requirement (Article 5) that any attack on one was considered an attack on all and therefore requiring a collective response.NATO is the means of continuing colonial aggressions against African countries.
Sebs Solomon — September 23, 2021
Just kidding, I don’t actually mean that—well, the war on terror is pivoting toward Africa, but no one deserves to burn in hell (I am being hyperbolic); however, now that I have your attention, let me explain why it is utterly foolish to continue “simping” for Tulsi Gabbard’s puka shells. Please excuse my lack of tact and do not be offended by my impatience-flavored directness — for I am tired of having to repeat myself on this issue (I know, not an excuse). I will try to write this piece as diplomatically as possible. Not that my opinion is the “most correct” or that this particular topic is “the most important thing to talk about” right now. The reason I’m even writing about this is because I’m also trying to understand why I, myself, am so triggered by the abysmal and sycophantic behavior I have witnessed from the supporters of the former Hawaii congresswoman, Tulsi Gabbard. Especially, since her recent comments regarding her time at an undisclosed location in Africa, as an officer of the Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command — assisting Special Ops fight “islamist jihadist terrorists” associated with Al-Queda.TULSI GABBARD SIMPS WILL BURN IN HELL + War on Terror Moves to Africa