Nicaragua

The use of propaganda and psychological warfare by the Left by Russell L. Blaylock, M.D.

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Monday, August 8, 2016

Introduction

After 12 bloody years, hope for El Salvador

This article was originally published in the Macon Telegraph on January 5, 1992 and is republished here for readers of HaciendaPublishing.com.

Violence in El Salvador is a two-way street: Massacre at rectory masking brutal acts by leftist FMLN terrorists

This article was originally published in the Macon Telegraph on December 7, 1991 and is republished here for readers of HaciendaPublishing.com.

Editor: This is in response to the letter by the Rev. Roy Bourgeois regarding the slaying of six Jesuit priests and two female employees of the rectory of the Catholic University in Central America on Nov. 16, 1989. This heinous act is not excusable, and it should never have happened.

People stand behind El Salvador government

This article was originally published in the Macon Telegraph and News on March 20, 1990 and is republished here for readers of HaciendaPublishing.com.

Paraguay a paradise compared to Castro's Cuba

This article was originally published in the Macon Telegraph and News on February 21, 1989 and is republished here for readers of HaciendaPublishing.com.

Latin communists no idle threat

This article was originally published in the Macon Telegraph and News on August 23, 1987 and is republished here for readers of HaciendaPublishing.com.

Editors: I was rather shocked after reading the letter written by members of the "Central Georgians for Central America." As a naturalized citizen who escaped at the age of 13 from the communist island of Cuba, I have firsthand knowledge of the difference between living in a communist country and in a democracy.