Proliferation of Nuclear Technology in Latin America Continues

Brazil and Argentina to Build a Nuclear Sub, Latin America’s First  On December 15, 2007 in the northeast Brazilian City of Natal, Latin America’s two leading nuclear power generating countries – Argentina and Brazil – made some history.   At Brazil’s space launch facility at Barriera do Inferno (e.g., Barrier of Hell), the two countries successfully launched a research …

An Iranian “Base” in Central America

A few weeks ago Iranian gunboats engaged in a dangerous exercise threatening U.S. warships in the Straits of Hormuz.   The incident generated headlines and stories for several days as well as fascinating, albeit grainy, video coverage of the encounters.  As Secretary of Defense Bob Gates commented, the encounters serve as “[a] reminder that there is a very unpredictable …

A Nuclear Weaponized Latin American State, Not An Option

 “Borders, drugs, thugs, financial crimes … and non-proliferation,” excerpted below, is under review for publication later this winter.  Please credit the author by linking to this site if you are interested in quoting or citing any of the aforementioned excerpts.  In in the meantime, please address any questions or comments to pobletejason@gmail.com. It sounds rather …

Approve Colombia FTA, Designate Venezuela a Terror Sanctuary

The Associated Press reports that Venezuela leader Hugo Chavez yesterday “urged Venezuela’s allies to form an “anti-imperialist” military alliance to defend Latin America from possible attacks by the United States … warning that Washington poses a threat to regional security, Chavez called on Nicaragua, Bolivia and communist-led Cuba to “put together a common defense strategy and …

Venezuela, Terror Sanctuary?

During a recent four hour speech before the Venezuelan National Assembly that country’s leader,  Hugo Chavez, said that part of his morning routine includes chewing on coca leaves and “recommended” the use of the habit-forming paste that he receives from Bolivia’s leader, Evo Morales.  As with most things in the Bolivarian Revolution, laws are relative and …

Philip Agee, 1932-2008 (KGB Codename: PONT) & the Tradition Continues

The CI Centre in Virginia reminds folks that notorious CIA defector Philip Agee passed away on 7 January 2008 in Havana, Cuba but that many media stories neglected to mention he was a spy for the Cuban intelligence service, working with the KGB. In the highly recommended book, “The Sword and the Shield:The Mitrokhin Archive …

In the news …

A picture taken somewhere in the Middle East?  Guess again.  Mexico.  The Zapatista National Liberation Army (“EZLN”) recently hosted a women’s “encounter” or “meeting” at the jungle settlement camp in Chiapas.   I posted an image from their website since it is something rarely seen in our media yet such meetings and anti-American and anti-Western efforts are a common occurrence with …