VENEZUELA: CIA COUP ATTEMPT LINKED TO SYRIAN WAR & UKRAINE PROTESTS. (18.02.2014)
The ongoing CIA coup attempt, by LOPEZ, in Venezuela, is clearly directly linked to continuing Zionist influence, over the war in Syria and the protests, in Ukraine.
Pro-Government rally in Venezuela.
It is obvious, that as the West finds itself unable to explain why Assad, not the foreign terrorists should go, from Syria, that pressure is being put on strategic alliances, like Russia and Venezuela, in Latin America.
VENEZUELA CONDEMNS THREATS TO SYRIA MADE BY U.S & ALLIES. (29.08.2013)
The late Hugo Chavez with Assad.
"FOREIGN POLICY": THE SYRIAN-VENEZUELAN CONNECTION.
BY CEM ERTUR:
The Balfour Declaration has always been about Zionist domination over the Middle East and North Africa, and they will try to do anything, to achieve their ends.
Thor Halversson who runs the CIA front, "Human Rights Foundation", and is linked to the attempted coup in Venezuela, was previously behind a particularly nasty coup attempt in Bolivia.
"...Lopez is a cousin of another CIA agent, Thor Halvorssen, self-proclaimed head of the Human Rights Foundation, a CIA creature ...in the failed coup against Bolivian President Evo Morales, in 2009. The Bolivian branch of false Halvorssen NGOs, was led by Cuban terrorist Armando Valladares, old accomplice of the U.S. intelligence agency..." (Jean-Guy Allard 15.02.2014)
Evo Morales being "interviewed" during his unscheduled...kidnap.
"...Dwyer was a student at the Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology, but on the Facebook website he had posted photos of himself in military gear and holding fake weapons....The other dead were named as Eduardo Rozsa Flores, 49, a Bolivian-Hungarian who reportedly fought in the former Yugoslavia, and Magyarosi Arpak, a Romanian who was said to be a sniper...
...The two detained were named as Mario Francisco Tadik Astorga, 58, reportedly a Bolivian-Croatian who also fought in the Balkans, and Elot Toazo, a Hungarian and a computer expert."
Halversson has a publicly expressed a problem with how many terms an indigenous leader in Bolivia spends in public office, while having no problem whatsoever with the number of years, Margaret Thatcher was given free reign to brutally destroy British Society.
Many people will remember that dear Evo, the Bolivian President, was most recently disgracefully kidnapped, last year, incredibly while passing through European airspace.
What is actually most likely to have happened, on that occasion, is that the American authorities were worried that Putin might have spirited their agent, Edward Snowden off to Bolivia, which was not part of the game plan in the Edward Snowden Hoax.
The Edward Snowden Hoax is a corporate media invention, that seeks to control the transformational change the internet offers people, to move away from the traditional mainstream media mouthpieces of government, and their alternative media spin-offs/apologists.
Thor Halversson from the "Human Rights Foundation", is linked with the likes of the dreadful British, Henry Jackson Society, who are well known for their arrogant support of American and British torture.
(Robin Simcox from the Henry Jackson Society who is no big fan of the rule of any...law, is absolutely obnoxious, and the Henry Jackson Society are furious there was no public vote for overt, military intervention in Syria)
The Henry Jackson Society also want to "move on" from questions over the "legality" of war in Iraq or anywhere.
They are all longtime bedfellows, from the Pinochet school of business thought, that advocates brutally murdering, whoever you feel like.
We all remember only too well, how much Mad Maggie Thatcher and Jack Straw, admired Pinochet.
It is very obvious that Halversson, is a CIA tool, who follows the trademark rule, of his "human rights" organ, grinding away about anything but, western governments brutal murder of millions of innocent civilians.
A revealing article from Global Research, exposes how the western governments have used social media in Venezuela, to desperately try to pass off any disinformation they can, as fast as possible.
"...Not to go over old ground, at least too much, but this manufactured crisis is a re-run. Anyone remember the massive demo/counter-demo at the Miraflores palace in 2002, the lead-up to a short-lived coup against Hugo Chávez?
[T]here were 19 fatalities that day. Seven of the dead had participated in the pro-Chávez demonstration, seven in the anti-Chávez demonstration, and five were non-partisan bystanders. Also, there were a total of 69 wounded that day. 38 in the pro-Chávez demonstration, 17 in the opposition demonstration, and 14 were reporters or unaffiliated passers-by.
That was all blamed on Chávez at the time, by the opposition and by much of the international press. Supposedly he ordered the military, and unidentified pro-Chávez thugs, to fire into the crowds of opposition demonstrators. As with the current unrest, it seems that the government side had remarkably poor aim.
There is no flabby pretense of “objectivity” on the part of the international media when it comes to Venezuela. That country poses a stark threat to the hegemonic order, characterized these days by tame Latin American states, emerging from US-backed military dictatorships, now gamely accepting neoliberal economic policies like good little boys and girls. Having enough oil wealth to say No to all that, Venezuela created its own counter-hegemonic partnership, ALBA-TCP. And domestically, while all we hear about is toilet-paper shortages and inflation, there has been substantial progress on a number of fronts for years now—a sharp reduction of dire poverty, major advances in education, reduced child mortality, and rapid steps taken towards gender equality, maternal health, and environmental protection.
You won’t read much about that in the mainstream foreign media.
Instead, we’ll hear about opposition grievances of all kinds, and we’ll get photographs, too, circulated on Twitter and sometimes picked up by big news outlets like CNN. Here are some brutal cops, with nice woolly caps and fur collars to guard against the 24°C Caracas weather, I assume."
And visiting police officers from Bulgaria:
And a casualty:
But the victim here was a pro-Chavez demonstrator: and the picture was taken last year.
Here’s a re-purposed photo actually taken in Argentina:
And here’s a photo from Chile:
Here’s an unfortunate fellow, shot in April and then again in the exact-same way during the current protests:
This one is so iconic! But CNN had to admit that the graphic photo was actually taken in Singapore:
Here’s one from Greece:
And here’s an absolutely shameless steal from Egypt: this photo became known world-wide during the Arab Spring:
Here’s a heart-wrenching picture of babies in laundry-baskets, with the question, What kind of revolution is this? The photo is from Honduras:
Here’s my personal fave: a religious procession, reincarnated as an anti-government protest:
...The social media that make this stuff go viral, and even attract mainstream media like CNN, are also the means by which fakers are quickly unmasked. Readers are invited to contribute more links to this international cavalcade of anti-government protest and government brutality in the make-believe land called “Venezuela.”