Oliver Stone Talks About Columbia and Venezuela

Oliver Stone criticizes the new Colombian government, praises FARC and gives his opinion about Venezuela. 

“The US government  is the world’s biggest distributor of Colombian cocaine.”

US backed forces will be happy to do in Venezuela what they did in El Savador.

“The major walked over, scooped a little boy from a crowd of kids, flung him into the air, and speared him with a bayonet as he came back down.

“The boy was one of over eight hundred slaughtered that day and the next.”

Remember El Mozote

Venezuela supports the Palestinians.

Neocons [Israel agents] lining up to support regime change

The U.S. Senator Marco Rubio is leading an interventionist campaign against Venezuela against a false "humanitarian crisis" claim.

The U.S. Senator Marco Rubio and Ileana Ros-Lehtinen [above]-Israel firsters, are leading an interventionist campaign against Venezuela against a false “humanitarian crisis” claim.

The Trump government is trying to do to Venezuela what Israel does to Gaza.

In the case of Gaza, “Israel blocks exports and imports, forbids fishing in the Mediterranean and drip-feeds the captive Palestinians with ‘humanitarian aid’.

“Israel made the EU pay for the humanitarian aid to Gaza AND made the EU buy the aid stuff from Israel.

“This made Gaza an important source of profit for the Jewish state.

“So in Venezuela they follow an old script.

“London stole over a billion in gold ingots Venezuela had trustingly deposited in the cellars of the Bank of England.”

Starving Venezuela into Submission – Global Research

At a rally in 2010, Chavez alleged that Israel was “financing the Venezuelan opposition” against him.

“There are even groups of Israeli terrorists, of the Mossad, who are after me trying to kill me,” he said.

Venezuela’s Guaido says he’s working to restore ties with Israel.

Plan ZioColombia 2.0


Colombian paramilitaries were
trained by Tel Aviv

The list of countries Israel has supplied, trained and advised includes Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru and Venezuela.-Israel’s Latin American trail of terror

After the exposure of Israeli chicanery in Colombia, the Colombian government rebranded the operation the “National Consolidation Plan (PNC),” which was free of Israeli involvement.

With Duque in power in Bogota, with the extremely pro-Israeli Uribe pulling the puppet strings, Israeli intelligence operations will undoubtedly return to Colombia, with strong support from the Trump administration and its various Israeli agent-of-influence embeds in the White House and Departments of State, Justice, and Defense.

The election of Colombian narcotics syndicate- and death squad-linked Ivan Duque as president of Colombia will herald the second run of the Pentagon’s and Central Intelligence Agency’s discredited “Plan Colombia.”

Plan Colombia saw the systematic murder of farm workers, labor activists, and indigenous peoples by Colombian right-wing paramilitary units like the United Self-Defense Forces of Colombia (AUC) and Twelve Apostles, both linked to both former Colombian President Alvaro Uribe and the Medellin drug cartel.

The recent election of Uribe’s apprentice, Duque, threatens to unravel both the peace agreement signed between outgoing President Juan Manuel Santos and the leftist Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) and current peace negotiations between the government and the leftist National Liberation Army (ELN).

Duque defeated former Bogota mayor and leftist M-19 guerrilla leader Gustavo Petro on a platform of reneging on many of the stipulations in the peace accord worked out between outgoing president Juan Manuel Santos and FARC.

Duque wants to prosecute FARC members who were amnestied under the peace deal but whom Duque and his paramilitary allies consider to be criminals. Santos received a Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts in hammering out a peace deal with FARC.

Uribe, who now holds a seat in the Colombian Senate and was term-limited to run again for president, is expected to rule Colombia as a puppet master holding Duque’s strings. Uribe is currently mired in political scandals arising from his use, while president, of illegally wiretapping his opponents and ongoing financial corruption, which is arising from Colombia’s growing coca yield.

Duque developed numerous contacts with right-wing Republican elements while working for the Inter-American Development Bank and attending both Georgetown University and American University in Washington, DC. Duque, who is 41, spent almost as much time living in Washington as he had in Colombia.

Duque’s presidential election victory in Colombia involved campaign support provided by Farrow Colombia, a social media manipulation partner of the same company involved in Trump’s surprise election victory, Cambridge Analytica.

A good portion of Duque’s support came from Colombia’s growing population of evangelical Christians, who are linked to parent evangelical operations in the United States. Working class traditional Roman Catholics, on the other hand, tended to favor Petro, who garnered 42 percent to Duque’s 54 percent.


Over 1,000 reside in Jonestown already under a scheme designed by Billy Graham’s nephew Ernest, and members of the Federation of Evangelical Ministries Association in Wheaton, Illinois (World Vision, World Medical Relief, Samaritan’s Purse, and Carl McIntyre’s International Council of Christian Churches).[194] Similar plans devised by the Peace Corps included moving inner-city Blacks from America to Jamaica, and other Third World countries. And World Relief attempted to move the population of the Island of Dominica to Jonestown.[195] It is only a matter of time before another Jonestown will be exposed, perhaps leading again to massive slaughter.


Duque plans to re-instate an updated version of “Plan Colombia,” a program that will see an increase in joint operations between U.S. private military contractors and Colombian paramilitary units.

The original Plan Colombia saw the U.S. and Colombia spray coca fields belonging to poor Colombian campesinos, while Uribe’s and Duque’s wealthy friends in the drug cartels grew coca and refined it into pure cocaine without interference from Bogota or the Central Intelligence Agency-sponsored private military contractors.

Duque is also a fan of the Italian philosopher Niccolo Machiavelli, writing a book titled, “Machiavelli in Colombia.” Duque’s fascination with Machiavelli is shared by Donald Trump.

The two authoritarian leaders will undoubtedly agree to allow Colombia to be used as a base of operations from which to launch operations designed to overthrow the socialist governments of Venezuela and Nicaragua, which will further add to the northward migration of those seeking political asylum in the United States.

Duque helped organize the filing of criminal charges against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro at the International Criminal Court in The Hague by 76 Colombian senators and 50 Chilean members of the Chilean Congress. All are affiliated with right-wing political parties.

An affectation for “the end justifies the means” policies championed by Machiavelli is not the only thing that bonds Duque to Trump.

Duque’s mentor, Uribe, is a member of Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club of billionaires in Palm Beach, Florida. Uribe reportedly joined the club, along with Andres Pastrana, Uribe’s predecessor as president of Colombia, to gain access to Trump on behalf of their own interests, which include narcotics money laundering.

Duque’s father, Ivan Duque Escobar, served as the director of the National Registry of Civil Status during the administration of Pastrana. The close links between Conservative Party figures like Uribe, Pastrana, and Duque have turned Colombia into an oligarchy ruled by certain families who profit from the illegal drug trade.

The U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) reported that Uribe was linked to narcotics activities in the United States and was close to the Medellin cartel that was once led by the late Pablo Escobar.

The DIA, in a 1991 CONFIDENTIAL NOFORN [Not Releasable to Foreign Nationals] WNINTEL [Warning: Intelligence Source and Methods Revealed] report, wrote: “Alvaro Uribe Velez – a Colombian politician and senator dedicated to collaboration with the Medellin cartel at high government levels.

Uribe was linked to a business involved in narcotics activities in the U.S. His father was murdered in Colombia for his connection with the narcotics traffickers. Uribe has worked for the Medellin cartel and is a close personal friend of Pablo Escobar Gaviria.

He has participated in Escobar’s political campaign to win the position of assistant parliamentarian to Jorge Ortega. Uribe has been one of the politicians, from the Senate, who has attacked all forms of the extradition treaty.”

The extradition treaty referenced in the report was the one with the U.S. that saw several Colombian narcotics chieftains extradited to stand trial in the United States for drug smuggling.

While he was president of Venezuela, the late Hugo Chavez accused Uribe of acting on behalf of U.S. jingoistic foreign policy in Latin America. Speaking at the United Nations General Assembly in 2009, Chavez Uribe a “compulsive liar,” adding that Uribe started an arms race in Latin America by hosting seven U.S. military bases in Colombia and bombing Ecuador a year earlier.

As the result of the Colombian attack on Ecuador, Quito expelled the Colombian ambassador and severed diplomatic relations with Uribe’s government, while moving Ecuadorian troops to the Colombian border.

The Colombian attack on Ecuador came as Chavez was trying to negotiate the release of more hostages held by FARC. In response, Chavez closed the Venezuelan embassy in Bogota and expelled the Colombian ambassador in response to Colombia’s violation of Ecuador’s sovereignty.

Under Duque’s Plan Colombia 2.0, renewed military operations against neighboring countries like Venezuela, Panama, and Ecuador can be expected. Renewed Israeli intelligence involvement with Plan Colombia can also be expected.

Under the original Plan Colombia, an Israeli security company linked to the Mossad, Global Comprehensive Security Transformation (Global CST), was involved in “Operation Strategic Leap” surveillance operations conducted by the governments of Uribe and Panamanian President Ricardo Martinelli.

A booster of Trump’s showcase hotel and condominium tower in Panama City, the Trump Ocean Club, Martinelli is now on trial in Panama for illegal wiretapping and financial corruption after being extradited by the United States.

During “Strategic Leap,” one CST employee, Shai Killman, was caught making copies of classified Colombian Defense Ministry documents and he was deported to Israel. CST employees in Peru were also caught in possession of classified Peruvian counter-insurgency documents.

After the exposure of Israeli chicanery in Colombia, the Colombian government rebranded the operation the “National Consolidation Plan (PNC),” which was free of Israeli involvement.

With Duque in power in Bogota, with the extremely pro-Israeli Uribe pulling the puppet strings, Israeli intelligence operations will undoubtedly return to Colombia, with strong support from the Trump administration and its various Israeli agent-of-influence embeds in the White House and Departments of State, Justice, and Defense.

strategic-culture 23.06.2018

 

The 5 Biggest Puppets of Zio-US in Latin America

Today “American democracy”” is an inverted term that refers to the economic, military, and cultural influence of the United States on other countries i.e. Imperialism.

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The New York Times published an editorial gloating about the alleged demise of the “left” in Latin America.

Puppets

The editorial lamented the loss of influence of Washington over the region but expressed hope that with the recent electoral setback in a few countries, U.S. elites could reclaim their dominance over the hemisphere.

“The shifting political landscape has opened the door for a new generation of leaders to chart a different course for Latin America. That offers the United States an opportunity to jump-start its relationship with several neighbors that have historically regarded Washington as neglectful, imperial — or both.,” read the Times editorial.

 But in order to sink their claws back into Latin America, U.S. elites need the help of domestic leaders to do their bidding.

Here are the five biggest puppets of the United States in Latin America.


1. Enrique Peña Nieto

Peña Nieto and Obama. | Photo: AFP

Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto has faithfully and dutifully fulfilled the wishes of the United States elites, implanting a series of neoliberal reforms, such as opening up the country’s oil sector to transnational companies.

Peña Nieto’s government has not been afraid to resort to repression and disappearances in order to implement its agenda.

The Mexican security forces has been implicated in a number of human rights violations, including the forced disappearance of 43 students from the Ayotzinapa teachers’ training school, which drew widespread condemnation.

The situation seems to be only worsening, recent reforms passed by the Mexican Senate allowing the military to spy on and raid the homes of private citizens, a move that has been called serious step backwards for human rights.

Peña Nieto’s stained record did not stop the Obama White House from inviting the Mexican president to Washington in early 2015, showing once again that U.S. economic interests trump human rights.


2. Mauricio Macri

A man holds up an image depicting Argentina’s President Mauricio Macri, with the U.S. national flag painted on his forehead. | Photo: Reuters

After over a decade of leftist rule, Argentines voted in a right-wing administration led by Mauricio Macri that has presided over a massive rollback in social gains.

It is no coincidence that the Macri government is one of those praised by the New York Times editorial board.

More than 154,000 workers have been fired or suspended since President Mauricio Macri took office in December 2015 and unemployment is now seen as the number one worry for Argentines.

Meanwhile, human rights advocates claim the government is slowly dismantling all human rights policies.

The Macri government announced its intention to re-establish bilateral defense relations between the two countries after a freeze in military ties in recent years.

Military cooperation with the U.S. is a sensitive topic in Argentina, as the military dictatorship there was shown to have initiated links with U.S. intelligence and security.

In many ways, Macri is the battering ram for U.S. interests in the region. One of Macri’s first moves, before even taking the oath of office, was to call for sanctions against Venezuela.


3. Michel Temer

Michel Temer | Photo: EFE

The unelected government of  Jew Michel Temer in Brazil, imposed after the country’s Congress ousted President Dilma Rousseff, was also praised by the New York Times for being “open to expanding cooperation with the United States.”

Temer may very well be forced to work more closely with the United States as his government has become increasingly isolated in South America, with only Macri openly expressing support for his government.

Washington is working diligently to create a right-wing bloc in the region, which is why the first trip by the coup government’s foreign minister was to Argentina.

Together, Brazil and Argentina would like to restore South America’s Mercosur bloc to its original purpose as a neoliberal bludgeon.


4. Juan Manuel Santos

Obama and Santos. | Photo: Reuters

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos has won praise for his efforts to negotiate an end to his country’s five-decade-long armed conflict. The U.S. Department of State has been an active part of negotiations as a result of years of direct military interference in Colombia.

Whereas Colombia’s South American neighbors are motivated to support to peace process out of an interest to see the region truly become a “zone of peace,” the United States wants to see peace for entirely different reasons.

Paz Colombia: Santos, Obama Announce $4.5B Plan Colombia 2.0

Colombia is a resource-rich country, and transnational mining and hydrocarbon companies are eager to gain access, which wasn’t possible as long as the armed conflict raged on.

Santos knows this and although land reform was a major part of peace negotiations, he made sure the promises made to the rebels did not go too far as to threaten U.S. interests.

The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia have been calling for a constituent assembly to form part of peace efforts, a new constitution for a post-conflict Colombia. Here too Santos has steadfastly refused, knowing a new constitution could undermine his efforts to ensure a post-conflict Colombia remains a business-friendly country.


5. Horacio Cartes

Obama and Cartes. | Photo: AFP

Though it often is ignored by most media outlet, Paraguay occupies an important role in regional politics, a fact not lost on the United States government.

In 2008, Paraguay joined many of its neighbors in electing a leftist and anti-imperialist president in Fernando Lugo.

This of course did not sit well with elites who immediately began conspiring to secure his ouster. Sure enough, in June 2012 Lugo was ousted through a parliamentary coup not alike the one that just took place in Brazil.

The coup in Paraguay is now seen as a test run for a similar plot against its much larger neighbor Brazil. In fact, the present U.S. Ambassador to Brazil Liliana Ayalde previously served as ambassador to Paraguay in the lead up to the 2012 coup.

Lugo was eventually replaced by President Horacio Cartes, a man who faithfully follows the edicts from Washington and has provoked the ire of the country’s workers peasants, and students.