Media Appearances

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Dec 15, 2017 0 Comments

Treason and Iran in Buenos Aires Media Appearances, Radio

Authors: JOSEPH HUMIRE

In this podcast for The John Batchelor Show, Malcolm Hoenlein interviews Joseph Humire regarding the ongoing murder investigation of the late Alberto Nisman. Nisman, the former Argentine lawyer who worked as a federal prosecutor charged with investigating the 1994 car bombing of the Jewish center in Buenos Aires, was mysteriously found dead from a single gunshot to the head the day before he was set to testify in court against the former President of Argentina Cristina Kirchner. Kirchner, who is currently still under investigation for allegedly covering up the 1994 car bombing and committing treason, denies any involvement, and claims that the narrative is being told to undermine Argentine political stability.

 

For the full interview between Hoenlein and Humire, click here.

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Dec 14, 2017 0 Comments

Masks of Terrorism Media Appearances, Television Appearances

Authors: JOSEPH HUMIRE

In part one of Telemundo51’s “Masks of Terrorism” segment, Joseph Humire provides expert commentary on the growing threat that Hezbollah poses to Latin America as Iran continues to increase its presence in the tri-border area. This spotlight delves into the geopolitical landscape of the region following the 1992 attack on the Israeli embassy in Buenos Aires that claimed the lives of 30 civilians, and the 1994 attack on the Asociación Mutual Israelita Argentina building that claimed the lives of more than 80.

 

To watch the full segment showcasing the influence of Hezbollah in Latin America, click here.

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Dec 11, 2017 0 Comments

Joseph Humire discusses Venezuela’s local elections Media Appearances, Television Appearances

Authors: JOSEPH HUMIRE

In a recent interview with CGTN, Joseph Humire explains how the elections process in Venezuela is more complicated than what is apparent at first glance citing an increasingly restless population refusing to vote out of distrust for the legitimacy of the process. Humire posits that the people of Venezuela have been cheated continuously by fraudulent democratic elections, which has lead to voters abstaining from the process as a form of protesting the lack of genuine representation in their elections. Since the voters have been consistently slighted in the past, the general consensus is that they will continue to be taken advantage of, and that there is no legitimate reason to participate.

The marginalization of authentic politics has sparked unrest amongst the working class in Venezuela, which has lead to widespread protests in the streets that are marred with images of riot police firing wildly into crowds and molotov cocktails burning infrastructure. Despite what appears to be a unifying protest group growing in the streets, Humire suggests that it is unlikely that there will be an agreement on one candidate to represent the opposition in the upcoming elections cycle against the incumbent President Maduro.

Following the contentious 2013 elections, where Maduro was narrowly elected to his current office, numerous scandals have plagued the incumbent administration ranging from illicit ties to narcotic trafficking to numerous human rights violations that may put Maduro’s 2018 candidacy in jeopardy. Joseph Humire wraps up the interview by underlining the importance of unifying behind one candidate in order for the opposition to have a sincere chance at winning the election, but reminds us that this is historically unlikely.

 

To watch the full interview discussing complications within the 2018 Venezuelan elections cycle from CGTN click here.