Biden Continues the US War on Cuba
Biden backtracked on his campaign promise to reverse Trump’s draconian sanctions on Cuba and is maintaining them, despite the pandemic and Raul Castro’s departure from the country’s leadership. Documentary filmmaker Reed Lindsay joins host Greg Wilpert to talk about what this has meant for Cuba.
Kazakhstani Chessboard – Part 1 – The Setting
Were the events in Kazakhstan a popular workers uprising, a “Colored Revolution”, or a manifestation of power struggles within the Kazakh establishment? Or all of the above? The Barricade’s Boyan Stanislavski and Maria Cernat discuss the general political realities in Kazakhstan today, as well as the fundamental premises for such violent events to have occurred.
50 Years After Allende at the UN: A Corporate Triumph Named Multistakeholderism
Remembering Salvador Allende’s speech at the UN in 1972 and the call of world nations for a New International Economic Order, Harris Gleckman explains how global corporations were more effective at setting the rules. Lynn Fries interviews Gleckman on GPEnewsdocs.
The Beginning of the Chavez Era – Edgardo Lander on Reality Asserts Itself (pt 4/9)
This interview was originally released on April 11, 2014. Mr. Lander, with host Paul Jay, traces the events that set the stage for the Bolivarian Revolution and the Chavez era of Venezuela.
Nationalism, Imperialism, Smoke and Fire
Greg Godels and Paul Jay discuss the invasion of Ukraine, imperialism’s roots in global monopoly capitalism including the U.S. and Russia, and what activists should demand to end the war and avoid nuclear Armageddon.
Jan 6th, Fascistization, and Education – Henry Giroux
Henry Giroux and Paul Jay discuss the events of Jan 6th, the destruction of public education and degeneration of mass culture, on theAnalysis.news
How quickly Cuban Americans forget the atrocities committed by the Batista regime. The USA and Batista-both driven by greed complete with corruption ruined Cuba. The USA’s desire to control Cuba is the real monster, not Castro.
From a person lucky to be born on the land they call canada, les digo “Viva Cuba Libre.”
Well, it did get better in the last 2 parts but still has the look of Hollywood-type propaganda – just all a little too “romantic” as in all the altruism being bandied about. Still liked watching it, however (maybe because I´m from Hollywood?).