Evergreene Digest: Noam Chomsky – The US Remains Guilty in Guatemala

  • The truth of what Rios Montt was doing in Guatemala was unwelcome in Washington because it interfered with the objectives set by President Reagan’s national security team in 1981.
  • Is the U.S. Enabling the Humanitarian Crisis in Colombia?

Noam Chomsky, Truthout

Thursday, 06 June 2013 | On Mother’s Day, May 12, The Boston Globe featured a photo of a young woman with her toddler son sleeping in her arms.

The woman, of Mayan Indian heritage, had crossed the U.S. border seven times while pregnant, only to be caught and shipped back across the border on six of those attempts. She braved many miles, enduring blisteringly hot days and freezing nights, with no water or shelter, amid roaming gunmen.

Noam Chomsky is emeritus professor of linguistics and philosophy at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, MA.

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Related:

Is the U.S. Enabling the Humanitarian Crisis in Colombia? Jeremy Kryt, In These Times

  • As the fighting drags on, and accusations of abuse at the hands of the armed forces continues, Santos’s cozy relationship with the Obama administration has a growing chorus of critics crying foul over the way the Colombian armed forces have been using all the high-tech toys and funding they’ve been getting from Uncle Sam.
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