Israel Bringing “Peace” (and Guns) To South America
Ed.’s note: The entire world is gunning for Venezuela including Israel. Here is the best description of the “clown show” called a “military coup” in Venezuela the other day. At this point the US (and Israel) seem desperate in their attempts to remove President Maduro of Venezuela and will try almost anything including the assassination of Random Guy™ Juan as a pretext for military intervention. While all this is going on with increasing military threats against Venezuela, Russia is at the UN building a coalition of countries to prevent US military intervention in Venezuela.
Source: The Canary
As Israel backs the Venezuelan coup, let’s remember its long record of supporting Latin America’s far right
by John McEvoy | 5th February 2019
The US and its far-right allies in Brazil and Colombia are currently leading a coup attempt against Venezuela’s elected government. It’s the issue that’s filling media outlets around the world at the moment. But what doesn’t appear in the news is the backing of a country some 10,000km away: Israel.
Israel backs the Venezuelan coup attempt
As Dan Cohen and Max Blumenthal reported for the Grayzone, Juan Guaidó – the face of Venezuela’s attempted coup – is no moderate. In fact, “he has spent years at the forefront of a violent campaign of destabilization” in the country.
After being groomed by Washington’s “elite regime change factories”, he then “spent his career in the most violent faction of Venezuela’s most radical opposition party”. This faction, the Popular Will party, was complicit in the deaths of citizens and police officers. In short, Guaidó is far from the fresh-faced, heroic character presented to you by outlets like BBC News or the Guardian.
Please go to The Canary to read the entire article.
Need any weapons to run and enforce your drug cartel operations?
Need any children for sex in Colombia?
Need any cocaine for your next party?
Source: The Ugly Truth
Forget The USA: The Jewish State’s History Of Regime-Changing, Arming, Training And Supporting Dictatorships Worldwide
May 2, 2019
Both the first Rabin Government and the Begin Government collaborated with the junta in Argentina.
Between 1973 and 1991, Israeli governments and the IDF sold weapons and training to Pinochet’s dictatorship in Chile, a regime that committed crimes against humanity, disappeared thousands, and tortured tens of thousands.
In the 70s and 80s, Israeli governments sold arms to the military regimes in Bolivia.
In the 70s and 80s, Israeli governments and IDF officers sold arms and training to the juntas in Guatemala, which carried out a genocide of around 200,000 people, most of them indigenous.
In the summer of 2016, the Netanyahu Government sold weapons and provided training to the Burmese (Myanmar) special forces, who are committing crimes against humanity in Rakhine State, against the Muslim Rohingya minority.”
972MAG – The Netanyahu government was silent in January when the Trump Administration omitted any reference to Jewish victims from its official statement on International Holocaust Remembrance Day. The Netanyahu government was silent in July when Trump chose to be the first U.S. president since the fall of the Communist regime in Poland, to forgo a visit to the monument commemorating the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. In a speech delivered in Warsaw on the topic of World War II in Poland, Trump stressed the suffering of the Polish people and failed to mentioned the Jews who fell victim to anti-Semitism and Nazi collaborators. After a shameful delay, Netanyahu joined the last Western leaders and condemned Trump’s comparison of neo-Nazis and white supremacists to anti-racist protesters.
The attempt to portray this conduct of the Israeli government as another moral failure of the Israeli Right is a historical mistake. One can safely assume that a “leftist” government headed by the Zionist Camp or Yesh Atid parties would act similarly to Netanyahu, just as Israeli Labor Party governments had previously done. After all, political and economic interests have always come first. Successive Israeli governments have abetted the genocides of other nations, preferring realpolitik to confronting anti-Semitism, Nazism, and the like.
The first Rabin Government (1974-1977) did not balk at hosting Apartheid South Africa’s Prime Minister John Vorster in April 1976. He had been a member of a pro-Nazi group during World War II. The visit was part of Israel’s security relations with the apartheid regime. During his visit, Vorster laid a wreath at Yad Vashem. The apartheid regime tried to develop chemical weapons that would harm black Africans only, including the fertility of African women.
That regime also developed chemical toxins for the murder of individuals in the liberation movements, which included scientific experiments on Africans. Such experiments were carried out on prisoners of war; after they were killed, their bodies were dumped by planes in the Atlantic Ocean. Documents in the South African archives, uncovered by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and investigative journalist Sasha Polakow-Suransky, reveal that the director of this project, Wouter Basson, also known as Dr. Death, visited Israel in 1979. Basson sent his representatives to additional visits to Israel for consultations with Israeli security officials, with Israeli representatives even taking part in a conference, as part of this mad plan, which was held in South Africa in 1986.
Both the first Rabin Government and the Begin Government collaborated with the junta in Argentina, despite the fact that Jews were murdered by the regime between 1976 and 1983 in large numbers. Members of the military government supported Nazi ideology and the repression of dissidents included the use of Nazi expressions and symbols, even in torture chambers. In the generals’ trials, which took place following Argentina’s transition democracy in Argentina, some officials testified that they had drawn inspiration from the Nazis for their actions. Senior officials in the Carter administration upset Israel by expressing their bewilderment at the Jewish state’s willingness to turn a blind eye and collaborate with an anti-Semitic regime that persecuted Jews.
Between 1973 and 1991, Israeli governments and the IDF sold weapons and training to Pinochet’s dictatorship in Chile, a regime that committed crimes against humanity, disappeared thousands, and tortured tens of thousands. The Pinochet regime brought torture to new heights of cruelty, unseen in modern history. The State of Israel was not interested in this regime’s ties with Nazi war criminals; Pinochet had granted asylum to senior Nazi criminal Walter Rauff, the inventor of the mobile gas chamber. One of the regime’s central torture centers was Colonia Dignidad, a Nazi and neo-Nazi colony in southern Chile. On top of that, Israel also engaged in public relations efforts for Pinochet in Washington.
In the 70s and 80s, Israeli governments sold arms to the military regimes in Bolivia. One of the senior figures in the Bolivian junta’s security establishment, which cast terror on the indigenous population, was senior Nazi criminal Klaus Barbie, head of the Gestapo in Lyon, who was nicknamed “The Butcher of Lyon.”
Please go to The Ugly Truth to read the entire article.
American EP-3 off the coast of Venezuela
May 3-4, 2019
The EP-3 is a slow flying low flying long duration spy aircraft. Venezuela sent out F-16’s to greet it. Trump is not backing down and is telling other nations to allow an overthrow and not interfere. This does not look good.
Through whatever bribes or whatever, the U.S. thought it was going to get Gaydo in. That failed. The Venezuelan people plus the military and other security forces stood by Maduro, despite “deals” that were made. Now we go into round 4. Round 1: Declare Gaydo the president and stage riots. Round 2. Cut the power. Round 3 – Buy off the military to overthrow Maduro while Gaydo does a sideshow and Maduro keeps the lights on. Round 4: Up next.
This does not look good folks.