Canadian Government Spies on Brazil and its own citizens: Canada’s Spy Agency Espionage Arm of Canadian corporations

By Asad Ismi In the September issue of the CCPA Monitor, I reported on the U.S. National Security Agency’s (NSA) spying on hundreds of millions of its citizens, as revealed by whistle-blower and former NSA contractor Edward Snowden. Now it appears that the Canadian government, too, is engaged in surreptitiously spying on its citizens, in […]

Canadian company linked to the Right-Wing Coup in Paraguay: Lugo’s Left-Wing Policies Made Him U.S. Target for Ouster

By Asad Ismi On July 22, one month after being ousted from power in a parliamentary coup, Paraguay’s leftist President Fernando Lugo publicly linked his removal to the interests of a Canadian mining company when he stated: “Those who pushed for the coup are those who want to solidify the negotiations with the multinational Rio […]

The Latin American Revolution (Part 12): Uruguay Makes Big Social Gains Under Left-Wing Government

By Asad Ismi Uruguay, a small South American nation located between Argentina and Brazil, has been carrying forth the Latin American Revolution for the last eight years, with impressive social gains. Two left-wing governments, both of the Frente Amplio political party (Broad Front—FA), have been ruling the country of 3.3 million people since 2004, having […]