South African

South African

South African

 South African monopolists monopolists act as allies and agents of foreign capital. One quarter of the capital from the mountain-financial groups owned by foreign investors, mainly British and American. In 1958 he was paid abroad dividends in the amount of 43 million Rand. The two biggest bankaw largely controlled by England, but in recent years has rapidly increased investment of the United States in South America…

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Neo-Nazi groups

Neo-Nazi groups

Neo-Nazi groups

Neo-Nazi groups neo-Nazi groups coordinate their actions on an international scale in the framework of the so-called “Black international”. “From Rome to Paris, from Madrid to Lisbon bloodthirsty Nazi and fascist murderers are bound as if by invisible threads,”wrote Italian magazine Panorama. Voinstvuyshchiye and pathological anti-communism are the main driving forces of neo-fascism, the ideology of which require the stifling of democratic freedoms, stringent repressive measures against the Communist and labor movement, racial minorities.

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Policy in parts of Africa

Policy in parts of Africa

Policy in parts of Africa

Policy in areas Aprekinasana illustration of the aggressive, cynical and at the same time, demagogic character of the course of the Reagan administration is its policy in areas of Africa, South of Sahara. Deftly alternating between “carrot and stick”, and sometimes using them at the same time, American imperialism and its local puppets shamelessly ignorirovanie the interests of the African peoples, trampling on their democratic rights.

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Transnational Corporation

Transnational Corporation

Transnational Corporation

Transnational Corporation the one hand, transnational corporations act as a political tool of the imperialist States, which use their very extensive international economic relations to conduct an expansionist policy. On the other hand, with the growth of ekonomicheskimi and separation from the soil by national corporations Mature and their own political ambitions, claims the role of the independent force in international relations, standing over the sovereignty of the countries where they operate, and this causes of acute conflict “nation — Corporation,” the risk of military clashes. We know, for example that of the international monopolies operating in Africa, are directly involved in the organization shares interventionist racists against Angola, Mozambique and other countries. Earlier they intervene in ethnic conflict in Nigeria, brought it to civil war. “The war between Nigeria and Biafra is a vivid indication of the way in which transnational corporations can plunge an innocent country into a bloodbath,” wrote Nigerian economist I. Nzimiro.

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The causes of the Anglo-Argentine war of 1982

The causes of the Anglo-Argentine war of 1982

The causes of the Anglo-Argentine war of 1982

The causes of the Anglo-Argentine war of 1982 years with these objectives in mind, understand the reasons of the Anglo-Argentine war of 1982 because of the Malvinas Islands. Guided chauvinistic interests when it entered the war, the British government, however, pursued the global goal of imperialism, agreed with the Unitedstates. The General Secretary of the Communist party of Argentina A. Fava wrote: “Dropping my mask of neutral, benevolent mediator, a role which Washington made at the beginning of the crisis, he turned to diplomatic and military support of the British colonialists, at the same time preparing to deploy punitive sanctions against Argentina.

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