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Inside Nicaragua's 2021 elections - and the latest US/OAS coup attempt

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The US, EU, and OAS are launching a new coup attempt against Nicaragua’s Sandinista government, refusing to recognize its 2021 elections. The Grayzone’s Ben Norton observed the vote on the ground, and filed this report.

Journalist Ben Norton reports inside Nicaragua on the 2021 elections, while the US, EU, and OAS refuse to recognize the results.

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The U.S. loves right wing dictators like the Somoza family dynasty in Nicaragua, Batista in Cuba, Trujillo in Dominican Republic, Papa and Baby Duvalier in Haiti, Pinochet in Chile,,, None of their murderous crimes are too heinous for the U.S.

A "bad example" of any government whose interests are its own people instead of U.S. corporate interests is intolerable. The U.S. has been torturing Nicaragua for hundreds of years. The U.S. militarily occupied Nicaragua from 1912 to 1933.

In 1986 the International Court of Justice ruled against the U.S. in the case of Nicaragua vs. U.S. for trying to overthrow the government with a dirty war. The U.S. was ordered to pay damages, which the U.S. ignored.

If only U.S. elections were as democratic as the ones in Nicaragua! The blame that they are not is the fault of the U.S. people.

Submitted on Friday, Nov 19, 2021 at 1:45:59 PM

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THANKS David Pear for this post.

The role of large corporations and their profits have a lot to do with overthrowing governments not only in South and Central America, but also in West Asia.

Submitted on Friday, Nov 19, 2021 at 11:13:06 PM

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