I was surprised today as I listened to the speech delivered by Jose Miguel Insulza in Cartagena. I thought that the person who was speaking on behalf of the OAS would at least demand some respect for the sovereignty of the peoples of this hemisphere which were for years colonized and cruelly exploited by colonial powers.
I think - and I do not intend to offend anyone - that this is the name of the Prime Minister of Canada.
THE search for political truth will always be a difficult task, even in our times when science has placed a large body of knowledge in our hands.
FILMED scenes of the slaughter in Libya, which are beginning to be made known, prompt outrage over the total absence of humanism and the gross lies which served as the pretext to invade and seize that country’s natural resources.
THE world is increasingly misinformed amidst the chaos of events unfolding at pace never before imagined.
THIS Reflection could be written today, tomorrow or any other day without any risk of being mistaken. Our species is confronting new problems.
PRESIDENT Chávez presented before the Venezuelan Parliament his report on activities undertaken in 2011 and the plan for those to be undertaken this year.
YESTERDAY I had the pleasure of conversing leisurely with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
A well known European agency transmitted the news the day before yesterday from Sydney, Australia.
It is not a matter of optimism or pessimism, of knowing or not knowing elementary facts, or being responsible or not for events. Those who profess to be politicians should be tossed into the waste bin of history when, as is the rule, they have no idea of anything or almost anything related to this activity.