By Alex Dunham
Spanish actor Antonio Banderas surprised CNN viewers when he criticized US President Barack Obama and suggested Europe and the US should apply the same economic policies as Venezuela’s late president Hugo Chávez.
During his talk with Spanish journalist Ana Pastor, Banderas was asked several questions about the current financial crisis and possible solutions to it.
The Malaga-born star pointed the finger of blame at “the markets, the lobbies, the big corporations” and suggested they didn’t have to take responsibility when countries and governments had problems.
“We’re not being governed by the people we voted for,” he told Pastor.
Bolivia’s Morales demands Obama forfeit his Nobel Prize
By Efe – Agency
(Partly Translated by Bolivia Weekly)
As US President Obama visits neighboring Chile, Bolivian president Morales has called on the Nobel committee to strip him of his peace prize and has called for the United Nations (ONU in Spanish) to be renamed “ONI,” The United Nations of Invaders.
“If the Nobel Peace Prize committee was to dignify this prize, they should revoke it from the US President,” said Morales at a press conference. Morales himself received the $50,000 “Gaddadi Human Rights Prize” before becoming the Bolivian president and said that the world should ask itself if Obama is defending peace or provoking massacres.
Morales said that the United Nations was bombing hospitals and schools on the pretext of savings lives. He said that the Libya invasion was just a pretext to invade and take Libya’s natural resources.
“How is it that a Nobel Peace Prize winner heads a groups of gangsters to assault and invade? This is not part of the defense of human rights, nor the rights of self determination of peoples.”
Posted in Land Grab, Military, MSM Shills, Obama and Company, Psy-Ops, Region: Africa, Region: Middle East, Resistance, War and Peace
Tagged argentina, axis of logic, bolivia, castro, Cristina Ferdinez, cuba, Daniel Ortega, ecuador, evo morales, hugo chavez, libya invastion, Nicaragua, nobel obama, oil wars, rafael correa, venezuela
By Eva Golinger
State Department documents published by Wikileaks evidence Washington’s plans to “contain” Venezuela’s influence in the region and increase efforts to provoke regime change
A substantial portion of the more than 1600 State Department documents Wikileaks has published during the past two weeks refer to the ongoing efforts of US diplomacy to isolate and counter the Venezuelan government.
Posted in 4th Estate, NWO, Obama and Company, Region: Latin America, Whistleblowers
Tagged cia, democracy, honduran coup, hugo chavez, NWO, US Venezuela relations, venezuela, wikileaks