Post Tagged with: "Ecuador"

January 9, 2012 07:35

Iran Woos Anti-American Allies in Latin America

Iran has expanded its economic, political and military influence in Latin America, taking advantage of an upswell of anti-American sentiment in the region led by Chavez and his eight-nation Bolivarian Alliance for the Americas. –

November 9, 2011 06:24

Obama Sells out Latin America to Reds

Marxists and/or anti-American leftists are in control of the following countries in Latin America: Venezuela, Nicaragua, Ecuador, Bolivia, Argentina, Peru, Cuba, and Brazil.

February 16, 2011 05:45

Iran’s man in Ecuador

Documentary evidence now suggests that Hugo Chavez’s junior partner in Ecuador, Rafael Correa, is apparently forging his own dangerous alliance with the Mahmoud Ahmadinejad regime …

December 15, 2010 07:02

Inhofe: WikiLeaks climate revelations show Obama’s ‘desperation’

A covert CIA program to dig up dirt on countries opposed to the Copenhagen climate treaty shows a White House desperate to enforce its orthodoxy on global warming, Sen. James Inhofe told The Daily Caller.

November 22, 2010 06:04

Liberty-Loving Latinos Outshine Loud-Mouthed Leftist Latinos

Hispanics owe a debt of gratitude to African Americans. They, more than any group, have shown us what allegiance to the Democratic Party can bring: the disintegration of the African American family, the targeting of black mothers for abortions by left-wing groups like Planned Parenthood, the lowering of the bar for African American students in state-sponsored schools.

October 1, 2010 04:17

Ecuador army frees President Correa from hospital siege

Widespread gunfire was heard as the army moved in to free the president, who was there for treatment after being attacked by police with tear gas.

September 30, 2010 13:55

Ecuador in chaos -UPDATE: US Embassy warns Americans

Police on strike, airports closed, Americans told to stay inside. Update 10-1: The airport has reopened

September 20, 2010 04:09

Colombian forces kill 22 FARC rebels

Santos says ‘no quarter’ as Colombian security forces say they have killed at least 22 Farc rebels in fighting near the Ecuadorean border.

September 8, 2010 06:38

Colombia refugees in Ecuador still can’t flee gangs

Thousands of Colombian peasants have crossed into this Ecuadorean jungle for years to escape what the U.S. State Department describes as a low-intensity guerrilla war involving mostly political combatants.

August 17, 2010 04:03

The Iran-Latin America Relationship

In the last five years, Iran’s foreign policy has shifted from Africa towards Latin America, with the goal of, as Ahmadinejad expressed to the Venezuelan ambassador in Tehran, David Velázquez, “tying up” the United States. “The notorious shift to the left of many Latin American countries during the first decade of the twenty-first century has allowed Iran to have more success in its attempt to improve relations”.