Archive for June 9th, 2016

Macri Gov’t to Take teleSUR off Argentine TV Service in 15 Days

June 9, 2016

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Source:  TeleSUR


teleSUR was founded in 2005. | Photo: teleSUR

The notice was delivered as Argentine journalists marched to decry a clampdown on freedom of expression under Macri.

The government of Mauricio Macri served notice that in 15 days Argentines will no longer enjoy broadcasts from the regional news network, teleSUR, over the government’s Open Digital Television.

IN DEPTH:  Don’t Silence teleSUR!

teleSUR President Patricia Villegas took to social media Wednesday to denounce what media watchdogs are calling “censorship” on the part of the right-wing Argentine president and his government.

Villegas published the letter sent from Argentine officials which outlined that the decision was “based on the need to renew the program listings for our Experimental System of Digital Terrestrial Television and Satellite Television System.”

The inability of the Argentine government to direct the network’s editorial line

In March, however, the head of Media and Public Content Argentina…

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Wall Street Behind Brazil Coup d’Etat

June 9, 2016

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Source:  Global Research
June 01 2016

Henrique de Campos Meirelles(Image) Wall Street Mastermind Henrique de Campos Meirelles, Interim Minister of Finance

Control over monetary policy and macro-economic reform was the ultimate objective of the Coup d’Etat. The key appointments from Wall Street’s standpoint are the Central Bank, which dominates monetary policy as well as foreign exchange transactions,  the Ministry of Finance and the Bank of Brazil (Banco do Brasil). 

On behalf of Wall Street and the “Washington consensus”, the interim post coup “government” of Michel Temer has appointed a former Wall Street CEO (with U.S citizenship) to head the Ministry of Finance. 

Henrique de Campos Meirelles, a former President of FleetBoston Financial’s Global Banking (1999-2002) and former head of the Central Bank under Lula’s presidency was appointed minister of finance on May 12.

ilan goldfajnIlan Goldfajn [Goldfein] (right) appointed to head the Central Bank, was chief economist of Itaú, Brazil’s largest private bank. Goldfajn [Goldfein]…

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Mariela Castro: Fidel Never Promoted Hate Against the US

June 9, 2016

NYC Havana Blog

Mariela Castro, Director of the Cuban National Center for Sex Education and daughter of current President Raul Castro.

“We don’t even ask for apologies, only for compensation for the harm caused by the U.S. aggression,” said Mariela Castro on the Charlie Rose show.

Fidel Castro’s discourse has never been one of hatred toward the United States, recalled Mariela Castro, daughter of the Cuban President Raul Castro in an interview with Charlie Rose Wednesday, adding that the revolutionary leader had always promoted a diplomatic solution.

“We don’t even ask for apologies, only for compensation for the harm caused by the U.S. aggression,” the Director of the Cuban National Center for Sex Education said, recalling that over 5,000 were wounded or killed on the Cuban side, in addition to material damages.

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Cuba Urges the Non Commercialization of Health in Anti-Aids Fight

June 9, 2016

NYC Havana Blog

Cuba today stated that respect for the human right to health and development without commercialization or condition, was key to achieving the goal of ending the HIV/Aids epidemic by 2030.

Health must prevail over any consideration of material, technology and intellectual property, Cuban Health Minister Roberto Morales said at a high-level meeting on ending Aids.

Morales defined Cuba’s position before the adoption by the UN General Assembly of a political statement that reaffirms the commitment of Member States to eradicate the epidemic by 2030.

Cuba agrees with the document, but recognizes that there are still problems and challenges that should be reflected more clearly in it.

Morales insisted that no law, agreement, policy or national or international practice should limit universal access to the best available treatment for patients infected by the virus, which has killed more than 34 million people since 1981.

He also underlined the importance of international…

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