June 29, 2022

Cuba’s Nonalignment: A Foreign Policy of Peace and Socialism

In Cuba, “nonalignment” has never meant being neutral, and has always meant being opposed to attempts to divide humanity. By Manolo De Los Santos / Globetrotter Though Bandung in Indonesia and Havana in Cuba couldn’t be farther apart geographically—with each city located on two distant islands in their respective countries and separated by more than […]

OPINION: How many Caribbean politicians are still Cuban assets?

By Sandra Bynoe May 31, 2022 The Cubans spent 50 years finding foolish young international students who showed signs of being attracted to communism and making them assets of the Cuban State.  Walter Rodney was a Russian/Cuban asset, and he managed to convert dozens of Caribbean students to become Cuban assets. Moreover, he was a […]

A Pox On You

By William H Harriss The Immortal Bard, otherwise known as William Shakespeare, is an easily recognizable figure no matter where you go. Four hundred years after his death, his phrase is still used.  This is the new frightening story of the Monkeypox, which may well end up as ‘A Pox On You’ and ultimately a […]

Rabbits and baby bunnies in my garden – Oh my! Martin

By Melissa Martin What critter ate the leaves off my pepper plants? I’m assuming it was the large rabbit I spied sitting in my garden and/or the five baby bunnies that dashed out of my flower bed. This is the first time ever that rabbits have chewed my garden plants. What are the odds? Extra […]

The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR:) Connecting the dots, Martin

By Melissa Martin The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR:) Connecting the dots  It’s interesting when you find the same power people are here and there and everywhere in the circle of political influence around the globe.  When you watch the documentary “Monopoly, Who Owns the World?” by Tim Gielen – you begin to notice the […]

Food Security: From talk to action – Basil Springer Column (May 16, 2022)

“This people draweth nigh unto me with their mouth, and honoreth me with their lips; but their heart is far from me.” – Matthew 15:8:   St. Lucian Nobel Prize winner Sir Arthur Lewis posited (circa 1950) that “… in the West Indies islands, it is not the case that agriculture cannot continue to develop if […]

Octave Studios

By Paul McGowan From PS Audio Grab a glass of champagne! Octave Studio is up and running. After months of construction, wiring, adjusting, and hair pulling (not to mention years of planning), we’re finally recording in the new studio. The work we’re doing won’t be ready to be listened to for several months and we’ve […]

The People’s Summit for Democracy Offers a Progressive Vision to Counter U.S. Dominance in the Region

By Sheila Xiao and Manolo De Los Santos / Globetrotter In a recent interview, Brian Nichols, the U.S. assistant secretary of state for Western Hemisphere affairs, was asked the question that is on everyone’s mind ahead of the June 2022 Summit of the Americas in Los Angeles, California: Will three particular countries in Latin America […]

Mainstream media puppets – you decide, Martin

By Melissa Martin Whoever controls the media, controls the mind.” –Jim Morrison  New York Times, Washington Post, Time Magazine – mainstream media puppets or not? Fact or fiction? Truth or false? As reported on the website of The Spectrum in an op-ed article by Dr. Harold Pease: “At the 1991 Bilderberg conference in Germany, David Rockefeller said: “We are grateful […]

The U.S. unilateral sanctions against Russia will produce a global food disaster

By John Ross / Globetrotter “There is really no true solution to the problem of global food security without bringing back the agriculture production of Ukraine and the food and fertilizer production of Russia and Belarus into world markets despite the war.” These blunt words by UN Secretary-General António Guterres accurately describe the present global food crisis. […]