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By Arnold August

Global Research, February 14, 2020

The Lima Group meets in Gatineau on February 20, 2020, across the river from Ottawa’s Parliament Hill. The group was originally established on August 8, 2017 in Lima, Peru. Twelve countries initially signed the declaration known as the Lima Declaration: Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay and Peru. The US is not a member. 

Since the original establishment, two and a half years ago, two other countries – Bolivia and Haiti – have joined, both now led by US/Western puppet governments. Trudeau was instrumental, along with Trump, in the coup d’état against Bolivia’s first indigenous President, Evo Morales Go to source

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Correo Canadiense Febrero 19, 2020

Es complejo escribir acerca de lo que pasa en América Latina y en especial de lo que sucede desde hace un año, porque como decimos en español, “nos duelen prendas”, es decir nos importa demasiado como para poder opinar desapasionadamente o pretendiendo algún tipo de objetividad.

Además, tener una visión de las cosas que va a contrapelo de lo que parece ser la visión dominanteen el país, es árduo y por lo menos incómodo. Requiere en ocasiones traer a la memoria la historia de nuestros países, y no es poco habitual encontrar personas de bien, incluyendo por supuesto a muchos periodistas, que creen de verdad que es posible analizar el presente sin tener mucha idea del pasado, incluso el más cercano.

Por esa razón ha sido un placer leer una nota que aparecerá en los próximos días en la revista Maclean’s, When it comes to Venezuela, Canada’s on the worng side of the coup Go to source

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By Michael Fox

DW.COM

January 10, 2019

The Lima Group meets in Gatineau on February 20, 2020, across the river from Ottawa’s Parliament Hill. The group was originally established on August 8, 2017 in Lima, Peru. Twelve countries initially signed the declaration known as the Lima Declaration: Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay and Peru. The US is not a member. 

Since the original establishment, two and a half years ago, two other countries – Bolivia and Haiti – have joined, both now led by US/Western puppet governments. Trudeau was instrumental, along with Trump, in the coup d’état against Bolivia’s first indigenous President, Evo Morales Go to source

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