Latin America’s Decade

January 6, 2010

January 5th 2010, by Emir Sader - Pravda, reprinted on Venezuelanalysis.

The 1990s was the worst that America has ever lived. The debt crisis — with its consequences: IMF, letters of intent, tax adjustments, etc… — Military dictatorships opened the way for it to impose neoliberal governments in almost every continent. We became the world region with the greatest amount of neoliberal governments and their more radical procedures.

The responsiveness of Latin America has proven its ability to dramatically reverse this situation: we become the region that concentrates governments elected by the rejection of neoliberalism, which houses regional integration processes irrespective of the USA, which promotes innovative ways of integrating out the mercantile.

Latin American leaders such as Lula, Hugo Chavez, Evo Morales, Rafael Correa, among others, are regarded internationally for their ability to embody the needs of their people. Bolivia, Ecuador and Venezuela have joined Cuba, with countries that — according to UNESCO — ended illiteracy.

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Wgtn: Palestine gig

January 6, 2010

Fundraiser for the upcoming Occupation and Resistance exhibition. Featuring performances by Mr Sterile Assembly, Steven Jackson, Cherry Gemstone and Tengu - door entry $5.

9pm Thursday, January 14th

Bar Medusa, Vivian St


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