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Chile: inequality is the name of the game

November 17, 2013


Today the Chileans are called to elect a new president and the odds are overwhelming in favor of Michelle Bachelet to regain the post over the rightist candidate, Evelyn Matthei. But this doesn’t mean there’s an easy task for her to comply. There are a lot of reforms her people claims for. Inequality in the […]

Chile: a nightmare 40 years old

September 10, 2013


40 years ago on 9/11 the bloody coup of general Pinochet (with the help of the White House, Corporate America and the Neocons) against the constitutional president of Chile, Salvador Allende, inaugurated the worst period of Imperialistic rule in South America. As an Argentinian who lived that nightmare I want to shout out to my […]

Pinochet’s espionage web today

October 6, 2012


A new book written by Mauricio Weibel (DPA correspondent in Chile) and Carlos Dorat (“Asociación Ilícita”/”Conspiracy”) menaces to shake  the government of rightist president Sebastián Piñera. The book exposes the pervasive web of Intelligence that allowed Pinochet’s dictatorship to exert its repressive control of the country with “scientific”  accuracy. The web provided detailed records and […]