More Guardian Lies About Nicaragua

By Nora McCurdy and Nan McCurdy, Popular Resistance -

“Cathedral protests highlight Ortega’s broken Alliance with Nicaragua’s church” an article in today’s Guardian by Toby Stirling has no true facts – this has become typical of The Guardian’s [...]

Refugee Caravan: Where Are The Nicaraguans?

By Chuck Kaufman, -

By the time this blog is published, the results of the US midterm elections will be known. I’m willing to bet now that if the Democrats hoped-for “Blue Wave” does not materialize, their number [...]

“Nicaragua Is A Victim Of Double Political Standards”

By Staff, -

Julie Lamin is a committed secondary school teacher in the UK and an author. During the summer holidays of 2017, as part of a teacher delegation organised by her trade union NEU (NUT Section), [...]

The Troika Of Tyranny: The Imperialist Project In Latin America & Its Epigones

By Roger Harris, Popular Resistance -

Cuba, Nicaragua, and Venezuela are today threatened by US imperialism. The first salvo of the modern Age of Imperialism started back in 1898 when the US seized Cuba along with Puerto Rico and [...]

‘Troika Of Tyranny’: Trump White House Announces Tough New Policies Against Venezuela, Cuba And Nicaragua

The confrontational remarks from John Bolton come same day as United Nations calls on US to lift Cuban embargo. Donald Trump‘s White House has announced an aggressive new policy to confront [...]

NicaNotes: Smoking Gun Shows Catholic Hierarchy Coup Involvement

By Chuck Kaufman, -

One of the “smoking guns,” proving the lie of the opposition and media story about the supposedly peaceful, spontaneous uprising against the “tyrant” Daniel Ortega, was revealed with the release [...]

The False Doctrine Of Humanitarian Intervention Comes To Nicaragua

By Chuck Kaufman, Nica Notes -

I am really angry that passage of the NICA Act in its even worse form, the Nicaragua Human Rights and Anticorruption Act of 2018 (S. 3233), appears to be a fait accompli – and by unanimous [...]

Nicaragua – Truth, US Funding And Corporate Shills

By Stephen Sefton, -

In a recent activity of the right wing Inter-American Dialogue organization in Washington the moderator Michael Shifter asked guest speaker, Nicaraguan Vice Foreign Minister Valdrack Jaentschke, [...]

NICA Act 2.0: It’s Back And Even Worse Than Before

By Tom Ricker, -

The Nicaragua Investment Conditionality Act has been floating around congress since 2015. The main idea behind the bill is to direct the U.S. Executive Branch to use its voting power in [...]

Why Didn’t Carl David Goette-Luciak Say Something about the Torture He Witnessed?

By Nan McCurdy, Popular Resistance -

There has been a great deal of inaccurate and biased reporting about Nicaragua written in support of regime change and presenting a false narrative of what occurred in the Nicaraguan uprising. [...]

Nicaragua: Ortega Says Planned US Sanctions Will Bring Poverty

By Staff, -

"They think that with it the Nicaraguan people are going to get down on their knees, and they do not realize that this is a town that does not sell or surrender," Ortega said. Nicaragua’s [...]

NSCAG Debunks Amnesty Claims About Political Prisoners

By Staff, -

In its latest attempt to demonise Nicaragua, Amnesty International once again nails its colours to the mast of the right wing opposition. Its latest ‘Urgent Action’ campaign - see link here - [...]

Lessons From Nicaragua

By Staff, -

Apologists for the attempted coup in Nicaragua hemorrhage credibility with every week that passes. Both inside and outside Nicaragua, reality is fast catching up with their falsehoods and [...]

Open Letter Criticizes Human Rights Watch On Nicaragua

By Nan McCurdy, Popular Resistance -

I am writing to protest vigorously about your August 23rd press report in which you accuse two Nicaraguan police officials of leading the ‘assassination of dozens of protesters’ during the [...]

U.S.-Backed Violent Coups Are Not New Or Rare

By Lee Camp, -

Nicaragua just defeated a U.S.-backed violent coup attempt, and no one cares. Well, let me revise that: Very few care. English teachers may care because they may find it fascinating the phrase [...]