Lest we forget Israel’s hidden hand. The US is throwing in it’s neocons Elliot Abrams – Rubio – Bolton -Wasserman to lead the regime change…neocons are Israeli firsters and war criminals. [Previously terming themselves “leftists,” and now calling themselves “conservatives,” in actuality neo-cons are neither. Rather, their ideology largely revolves around passionate devotion to Israeli interests.]
Israel’s financial and military support for these right-wing powers spells nothing good for the people of Latin America. Today Israel maintains full diplomatic relations with all the countries of Central and South America and the Caribbean region, except Cuba, Bolivia and Venezuela (the latter two severed relations with Israel in 2009). Many Israelis visit Central and South America, particularly young Israelis for whom a visit to these regions is part of a post-army right of passage.
“You can’t understand what’s been going on around the world with American covert operations and the Israeli covert operations until you understand that the two countries have this secret arrangement”
#Cuba: quotes anonymous sources for the more evil suggestions. Things are clearly going from bad to worse. The Elliot Abrams – Pompeo – Rubio – Bolton – Axis of Evil
| U.S. considers putting Cuba on terror list over island’s support of #Venezuela’s #Maduro https://t.co/BGLwuzVWvb
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The Trump administration has launched a large political project to remake several states in Latin America. The Wall Street Journal headlines:
U.S. Push to Oust Venezuela’s Maduro Marks First Shot in Plan to Reshape Latin America
The Trump administration’s broader aim is to gain leverage over Cuba and curb recent inroads in the region by Russia, Iran and China
The plan includes regime change in Venezuela, Nicaragua and eventually Cuba. The removal of any Russian or Chinese interest is another point. It is a multiyear project that has bipartisan support. It will likely require military force.
The targets: Raúl Castro of Cuba, Daniel Ortega of Nicaragua, Nicolás Maduro of Venezuela.