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August 07 2013

Allaitement maternel au Venezuela : ces titres qui font frémir

#Allaitement maternel au Venezuela : ces titres qui font frémir
http://www.elcorreo.eu.org/Allaitement-maternel-au-Venezuela-ces-titres-qui-font-fremir

Il faut en effet connaître les réalités vénézuéliennes pour se rendre compte de la portée et des enjeux de cette politique qui se veut « d’État » : au Venezuela, selon les chiffres du ministère de la #Santé, seulement 29 % des mères allaitent leur bébé, contre 69 % en France et 98 % en Norvège. Les causes de ce pourcentage extrêmement bas sont multiples :

Une #médecine presque toute entière gagnée par le pragmatisme, la facilité et le goût du gain, et ce dès le temps de formation universitaire. Pour preuve, dans un domaine connexe, le taux de naissance par césarienne est de 30 % dans le pays, soit deux fois plus que la moyenne mondiale, avec une pointe de 80 % dans le secteur privé ! De même, il est plus pratique et rémunérateur pour une clinique de proposer des substituts en lieu et place du lait maternel. La (fausse) image de modernité que véhiculent les produits de substitution au lait maternel, grâce entre autres à la promotion qui en est faite. Une aliénation quasi générale au modèle nord-américain dominant.

July 23 2013

*US secretary of state threatens Venezuela over Snowden asylum*

US secretary of state threatens Venezuela over Snowden asylum

https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2013/07/20/kerr-j20.html

ABC cites at least one source who was familiar with the content of a phone call made a week ago by Kerry to Venezuelan Foreign Minister Elías Jaua only hours after Venezuela announced that it had granted asylum to Snowden.

During the phone call, Kerry reportedly made the following threats:

To ground any and all Venezuelan airplanes flying in American or NATO airspace upon any suspicion that Snowden may be on board, including the flights of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro. “Immunity is for the president, not for the plane,” Kerry said.

To revoke US entry visas to Venezuelan citizens.

To bring criminal charges for drug trafficking, money laundering and other crimes against Venezuelan officials. The ABC source said that Kerry mentioned specific names of government officials against whom the US would press charges.

To immediately halt sales of US gas products to Venezuela. Venezuela purchases a half-million barrels of gasoline and 350,000 barrels of Methyl Tertiary Butyl Ether, a gasoline additive, from the US each month.

On Friday, US State Department deputy spokesperson Marie Harf acknowledged that Kerry and Jaua spoke last Friday, but denied as “completely false” the claim that Kerry made any threats.

“The Secretary made no reference in his conversation with Foreign Minister Jaua as to what our response would be if Venezuela were to assist Mr. Snowden or receive him,” she said.

“Instead, Secretary Kerry conveyed to the Foreign Minister that Mr. Snowden is accused of serious criminal offenses and should be returned to the United States to face those charges if he were to come into Venezuelan jurisdiction.”

Harf then called into question her denial by issuing a threat of her own:

“Should Venezuela assist Mr. Snowden or receive him, we will consider what the appropriate response should be at that time.”

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