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Brazil Under American Hegemony 4876

The presence of American Imperialism in Brazil must be understood in a concise, objective fashion. The siphoning of resources from American owned companies in Latin America, their offshore assets, towards America itself is a significant indication of hemorrhaging and negative capital flow. It is also a significant stain on the independence of Brazil as a country. We must estimate that perhaps $8 billion[1] leave the country a year as a result of this chain of negative economic dependency. We must too become aware of the consequences of negative capital flow as a result o...

The CIA’s First African Colour Revolution Experiments; The Congo 8372

Beautiful scenery, abundant natural resources, vast landmass, a primitive and still growing civilization today, appears to be a golden business environment, a choice holiday destination, etc but prior to the 21st century these qualities and advantages marked you out for one of the cruelest forms of political exploitation and repression, colonialism. One of the greatest ills of colonialism goes beyond the exploitation of groups/civilizations and resources within a given sets(s) of geographic region during the timeframe of colonial rule, but the setting up of weak state as p...

The West’s Hybrid Assault on Bangladesh 4235

After the last general elections in Bangladesh, the Western media had started publishing aggressive reporting highlighting the lack of credibility of the outcome of the vote. The media reports, although penned by several authors, sing in unison, urging the liberal West to take note of the situation in Bangladesh and to work towards restoring credible democracy in the country. News media outlets like Channel 4, the New York Times, the Washington Post, and Aljazeera took a reproaching point of view in highlighting the political affairs of Bangladesh. The country that was on...

Girl Fatally Shot by Her Brother in Georgia
Girl Fatally Shot by Her Brother in Georgia 126

GEORGIA – April 15, 2019 Possessing a weapon is a huge responsibility, and anyone who owns one should obey all possible safety rules. Another testimony to this simple fact comes from Georgia, where a real tragedy occurred when six-year-old Millie Drew Kelly was fatally shot by her four-year-old brother with a gun their mother had forgotten under the passenger seat in their car. The accident allegedly happened when the children were left in the car by their mother who was busy trying to fix the car. Although the girl was immediately rushed to the hospital, she died there...

American Children Brought Up as Socially Disabled: What Are the Effects?
American Children Brought Up as Socially Disabled: What Are the Effects? 5866

NEW MEXICO – April 11, 2019 Parenting is one of the foundations of the education system as a whole. These concepts are inextricably linked. To go to school, a child needs to have a solid foundation at home, in his family. To have a decent education, a child needs to have a strong family and relationships at home. Unfortunately today we live in a world where the education system has become a dependent private structure where few people are interested in family strength. Moreover, today children have the right to decide what kind of family they want and, if necessary, to f...

Delaware Pipe Bomber Faces Up to 10 Years in Prison
Delaware Pipe Bomber Faces Up to 10 Years in Prison 318

WILMINGTON, DELAWARE – March 18, 2019 Mark Consiglio, 49, of Elsmere, Delaware pled guilty on March 14 in the United States District Court for the District of Delaware to possessing a destructive device, commonly known as a pipe bomb, United States Attorney for the District of Delaware David C. Weiss, announced. According to the District of Delaware U.S. Attorney’s Office website, Consiglio is scheduled to be sentenced before the Honorable Richard G. Andrews of the District of Delaware on July 2, 2019. He faces a maximum penalty of 10 years of imprisonment, three years of...