Category Archives: Latin America

Israel’s Man in Venezuela: Henrique Capriles Radonski

Originally posted January 2013.

Henrique Capriles Radonski – leader of the Venezuelan opposition – vows to downgrade ties with Iran and cut subsidised oil to Cuba and Nicaragua, should he get into power. What is more, his coalition has links to Israel, and both of his parents are Jewish, though he claims to be a ‘fervent Catholic’.
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Rousseff reelected president of Brazil

(EDITOR’S NOTE: This a huge victory for the Global South and the overall worldwide resistance against Zio-Imperialism. The CIA and ubiquitous, meddlesome Jewish-Zionist billionaire George Soros were desperately attempting to unseat President Rousseff, but as the case has been since Comandante Chávez  — rest in peace — came to power in Venezuela 15 years ago — despite some setbacks, like the “Israeli”-driven coup against Honduran President Manuel Zelaya in June 2009 and the CIA-backed ‘soft’ coup which overthrew Paraguayan President Fernando Lugo in 2012 — the Latin American people’s power prevailed over the Empire’s plots, manifested in this instance by neoliberal gusano Aecio Neves. Granted, Rousseff’s policies vis-à-vis the usurping Zionist entity aren’t where they should be, but if her stance during the recent “Israeli” onslaught against Gaza was any indication, then we hope they will soon become as fierce as her counterparts in Sucre, Caracas, Managua and Quito. Congratulations to President Dilma Rousseff and the Brazilian people, may the peace, blessings and protection of ALLAH (SWT) be with them. ~ Jonathan Azaziah)

Brazil’s leftist president Dilma Rousseff has been re-elected for another term with over 51 percent of the vote in a tight presidential run-off on Sunday. Continue reading Rousseff reelected president of Brazil

Chavez Fought The New World Order

by Michael Collins Piper, Empire Strikes Black

Hugo Chavez—the colorful Venezuelan strongman, a popular figure throughout Latin America—is dead.

Although the controlled media contrived to mislead Americans into perceiving Chavez as “anti-American,” the truth is that the bombastic South American icon was actually a forthright nationalist critic of the internationalist and imperialist forces often referred to as the New World Order.

Like many who oppose the privately-owned Federal Reserve money monopoly which operates un-Constitutionally on American soil, Chavez was a critic of rampant global super-capitalism, which Chavez called “the demon.”

There is no question Chavez knew the source of his high-powered opposition. In 2000, announcing a trip to Iraq, Chavez taunted his critics, remarking: “Imagine what the Pharisees will say when they see me with Saddam Hussein.” On another occasion he asserted: “The world has wealth for all, but some minorities, the descendants of the same people that crucified Christ, have taken over all the wealth of the world.” Continue reading Chavez Fought The New World Order

Bolivia-Venezuela Comparisons Should be Very Helpful to Radical Chavistas

by Joe Emersberger, Telesur English/Venezuela Analysis

Emersberger responds to the recent opinion article “Paralysed Venezuela vs Thriving Bolivia”, arguing: “Maduro’s government, like that of Chavez before him, is facing an economic war and other forms of destabilization. The lesson from Bolivia isn’t that it must try harder to win over foreign and domestic elites.  On the contrary, Bolivia’s example offers ways to fight more effectively.”

The Morales government has been more defiant of economic orthodoxy (i.e. more radical) than Venezuela’s in some important ways.

A piece appeared in Aporrea by Hernán Luis Torres Núñez that made the comparison between Bolivia’s and Venezuela’s economic performance over the last few years. It’s a very important comparison for obvious reasons and I’m glad he made it. However, his general conclusion that the Morales government has been more “pragmatic” than Chavista governments in Venezuela is very misleading. The Morales government has actually been more defiant of economic orthodoxy (i.e. more radical) than Venezuela’s in some important ways. Continue reading Bolivia-Venezuela Comparisons Should be Very Helpful to Radical Chavistas

Soros and the CIA Now Banking On Neves To Defeat Rousseff

by Wayne Madsen, Strategic Culture

After the corporate media and the CIA and George Soros manipulators tried to engineer Green Party-turned-Brazilian Socialist presidential candidate Marina Silva into the Brazilian presidency after the classic CIA textbook aerial assassination of Socialist Party presidential standard bearer Eduardo Campos, these same forces are at it again on behalf of Social Democratic Party candidate Aecio Neves. Although Neves was polling in second place to Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff before the first-round presidential election on October, the death of Campos and his senior aides in a highly suspicious plane crash on August 13, forced Neves into third place in polls. Silva, a favorite of Soros and his international network of cash-flush non-governmental organizations, was propelled into second place.

However, thanks to an aware Brazilian investigative journalism press corps, Silva’s connections to Soros and his team of interventionists and hedge fund tycoons was exposed. With Brazilian voters wise to Silva’s puppet strings to Soros and other global bankers, she managed to only come in third on October 5. Silva subsequently endorsed Neves, Soros’s second selection to take over the reins of presidential power in Brazil from Rousseff. Continue reading Soros and the CIA Now Banking On Neves To Defeat Rousseff