Greg Palast on Antiwar Radio: Latin America, Plan Columbia and Big Oil

with Greg Palast
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Dandelion Salad
November 13, 2009

Investigative reporter Greg Palast discusses the domestic political motives behind the war posturing of Venezuela and Columbia, Obama’s embrace and expansion of Plan Columbia, the demonization of Hugo Chavez and Ecuador’s escape from vassalage to the U.S. and big oil.

via Greg Palast « Antiwar Radio with Scott Horton


U.S. is trying to solidify control over Latin America

TALIBAN = 9/11?? Afghanistan by Hypnosis by Greg Palast

Venezuela, Colombia and the threat of war in Latin America by Kiraz Janicke

Official US Air Force Document Reveals the True Intentions Behind the US-Colombia Military Agreement By Eva Golinger

Twenty Years After End Of The Cold War: Pentagon’s Buildup In Latin America by Rick Rozoff

Ecuador: The Tribes vs. Chevron-Texaco + Ecuador wants money not to drill in Amazon (updated)

from the archives:

The Presidential Interview: Ecuador’s Correa by Greg Palast (video)

2 thoughts on “Greg Palast on Antiwar Radio: Latin America, Plan Columbia and Big Oil

  1. Colombia invaded Ecuador with he assistance of the US.

    The politics of oil is totally corrupt. Colombia is violent corruption.

    The US and its oil companies needs to get out of the business of trying to take oil resources in the world, and developing alternative options. Bio-diesel from algae could totally eliminate the dependence on other’s oil. The county where I live in Arizona, even with it’s national forests, has enough land to produce enough algae oil to supply the entire US.

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