Preparations Underway For Military Assault On Venezuela Through South American Proxies Brazil and the Narco State Colombia
Updated January 7, 2018: President Donald Trump might call a “state of emergency” considering the circumstances at the US border with Mexico and the government shutdown unless the wall is constructed between Mexico and the US. There are now claims being made the migrants coming north out of Central America are being financed by Venezuela. This is the pretext that will be used as the invasion force is now moving into position to attack Venezuela. Here’s the pretext stated by Pence.
Ed note: We are going to do a comparative analysis of news coming out of Venezuela compared with news coming out of Colombia to try and come to some kind of a perspective on what is about to take place in South America and the Caribbean. First, we will take a look at the good news, and that is news on what is transpiring in Venezuela. Then we will take a look at the bad news coming out of the US proxy narco state Colombia as a series of political and military events have recently taken place in the region. Under some coming pretext military operations are being prepared to strike Venezuela.
Why are Trump’s policies fueling the fire in the narco war in Colombia? The reasons will become clear in the following news articles. The reasons will become even clearer in this coming war on Venezuela being presently exercised and rehearsed for in the Caribbean. Colombia’s participation will be on the Colombia-Venezuelan border region to possible assist in taking control of Venezuela’s oil fields as Brazil prepares for a military approach from the south.
Our biggest concern in all of this as war looks like it is in the final planning stage against Venezuela, is China’s President Xi Jinping has told the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) to “prepare for war.” China is usually reserved and careful about what they say, but not this time so it’s time to start listening carefully. Both China and Russia have huge assets in South America, in Venezuela and in the Caribbean, so it isn’t likely China and Russia will simply stand by and watch Venezuela destroyed like Libya, Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan and Yemen have been destroyed.
It has been brought to our attention the Panama-flagged Sincerity Ace carrying 3,500 Nissan cars is now abandoned and drifting in the Pacific Ocean. Then the China-flagged container ship Yantian Express in the Atlantic erupted into flames on January 4 although the extent of the fire is presently not known. These events have all the makings of asymmetric warfare. Either that or these events were carried out by a third entity to create further tensions between the US and China. And because of the US government shutdown it is unlikely the US Coast Guard and the NTSB will investigate the Sincerity Ace incident.
First up, the good news coming out of Venezuela…
Source: Venezuela Analysis
Latest Corruption Network Dismantled in Venezuelan Oil Industry
The bust follows a series of other anti-corruption operations this year, as well as extradition requests for a number of Venezuelan criminals living abroad.
Merida, Venezuela – December 19, 2018 (venezuelanalysis.com) – Venezuela’s Attorney General Tarek William Saab announced a new anti-corruption bust in the oil industry Tuesday, with four directors of the Petrowarao firm arrested. Petrowarao’s Head of Finance Alimir Osorio Subero, Contract Administrator Yraima Lopez, and Operations and Maintenance Superintendents Noel Avila and Freddy Marquez are all accused of irregular contracting, criminal association, and intentional embezzlement in dealings which, according to the Attorney General’s office, have cost the nation more than US $9 million.
“The Attorney General’s office, in its determined fight against corruption and in favour of public ethics, has unveiled a new corruption network,” declared Saab in a press conference.
“With these four, the number of functionaries detained for oil-based corruption now reaches 100… This shows a systematic and permanent struggle to cleanse our oil industry,” he went on to manifest.
The latest bust involves the alleged irregular hiring of maintenance firms Turbimeca, Energy International, GE Energy Parts and Energy Controls Solutions in 2012 for vital maintenance of an electrical generator of the Pedernales oil field in the north eastern area of the Orinoco oil belt, in Delta Amacuro State. Saab has accused those involved of “violating the internal controls and procedures,” as well as assigning contracts “without board approval.”
Please go to Venezuela Analysis to read the entire article.
Ed note: Here is what “socialism” is in Venezuela for our American readers who have an entirely different understanding of what socialism is. This is similar to what Muammar Gaddafi did in his country of Libya before it was destroyed. The last thing the big oil and agribusiness cartels want to happen in Venezuela is for all Venezuelans to have a home to live in paid for with the proceeds from Venezuela’s resources including gold, oil and cobalt.
When this war starts on Venezuela with a pretext now being planned for, it is expected a lot of infrastructure including homes are going to be destroyed when the big oil cartels attempt taking back the oil fields in western Venezuela. This is going to be Libya 2.2.
Source: Venezuelan Analysis
Venezuelan Housing Mission Passes ‘Milestone’ with 2.5M Homes
January 2, 2019
The goal of Venezuela’s Great Housing Mission (GMVV) is to build at least five million homes by the end of 2025.
Half of Venezuela’s social housing system has been completed, President Nicolas Maduro announced Wednesday while celebrating the construction of two-and-a-half million homes in the capital of Caracas.
“Today we reach the milestone of 2 million 500 thousand homes. We thank God. You have to see the effort made by the builders in the country,” Maduro said during a nationally televised broadcast.
The goal of Venezuela’s Great Housing Mission (GMVV) is to build at least five million homes by the end of 2025.
“All Venezuelans are going to have a decent, beautiful, and proper home. We will achieve it with the Homeland Plan 2019-2025. I am finishing the constitutional mandate left to me by Comandante Chávez. The minimum goal is five million homes so that all Venezuelans have decent, fair, necessary, proper housing,” the president said.
Please go to Venezuelan Analysis to read the entire article.
Ed note: The first thing Brazil’s newly installed President Jair Bolsonaro did was to issue executive orders targeting Brazil’s indigenous groups, descendants of slaves and the LGBT community, and he did this in the first hours of his administration. Bolsonaro has many allies in Brazil’s big agribusinesses. These agribusinesses have been expanding their ownership of land rapidly in recent years which now accounts for 47.5 percent of all agricultural lands. Almost 25% of Brazil’s GDP depends on agriculture. Like Venezuela, Brazil has also banned GMO imports from the US.
Large swaths of lands are owned by indigenous people in Brazil. Big agribusiness in Brazil want access to this land and they will do it through Bolsonaro. The new agriculture minister under Bolsonaro, Tereza Cristina, is part of the agribusiness caucus in Brazil’s lower house and has opposed requests from native communities to retain their land. Thirty percent of world’s beef production comes from Brazil, so there is increasing pressure from foreign investors in Brazil’s big agribusinesses to obtain more land. A fact US big agribusinesses aren’t too pleased about with all those indigenous people preferring not to turn their land over considering Brazil’s impact on world agricultural production.
Source: Counter Punch
Venezuela Passes Law Banning GMOs, by Popular Demand
January 1, 2016 • by William Camacaro – Frederick B. Mills – Christina M. Schiavoni
The National Assembly of Venezuela, in its final session before a neoliberal dominated opposition takes the helm of legislative power on January 5, passed one of the most progressive seed laws in the world on December 23, 2015; it was promptly signed into law by President Nicolas Maduro. On December 29, during his television show, “In Contact with Maduro, number 52,” Maduro said that the new seed law provides the conditions to produce food “under an agro-ecological model that respects the pacha mama (mother earth) and the right of our children to grow up healthy, eating healthy.” The law is a victory for the international movements for agroecology and food sovereignty because it bans transgenic (GMO) seed while protecting local seed from privatization. The law is also a product of direct participatory democracy –the people as legislator– in Venezuela, because it was hammered out through a deliberative partnership between members of the country’s National Assembly and a broad-based grassroots coalition of eco-socialist, peasant, and agroecological oriented organizations and institutions. This essay provides an overview of the phenomenon of people as legislator, a summary of the new Seed Law, and an appendix with an unofficial translation of some of the articles of the law.
Please go to Counter Punch to read the entire article.
Ed note: With Venezuela implementing their “seed law”, it means that Venezuelans are being encouraged to cultivate local farming becoming less dependent on big business and the Venezuelan government. Unlike in Brazil where big agribusinesses have taken over large portions of food production.
And now we come to the bad news, Colombia…
Unlike in Colombia, Venezuela is not struggling with internal armed conflict and fighting narco terrorists where the state funds paramilitaries to protect the drug trade like in Colombia. When war breaks out against Venezuela, Colombia’s internal conflicts are going to be exported to its neighbor in Venezuela.
Source: Colombia Reports
Colombia has not one, but five armed conflicts: Red Cross
by Canin Carlos • January 2, 2019
Despite the demobilization of the country’s largest guerrilla group, Colombia still has at least five internal armed conflicts, according to the International Committee of the Red Cross.
In a recent publication, the international humanitarian aid organization said that four of the armed conflicts were between the state and illegal armed groups and one was between rival guerrilla groups.
Colombia’s armed conflicts:
- State vs. National Liberal Army (ELN)
- State vs. Gaitanista Self-Defense Forces of Colombia (AGC / Gulf Clan)
- State vs. Popular Liberation Army (EPL / Los Pelusos)
- State vs. FARC’s dissident 1st Front
- ELN vs. EPL
Other ongoing violent conflicts, like between the AGC and the ELN, and the AGC and the Caparrapos, did not meet the aid organizations’ standards to be considered an armed conflict.
The Red Cross said that, based on international humanitarian law, it considered a violent conflict a “non-international armed conflict” (NIAC) if the conflict complies with two requisites.
Please go to Colombia Reports to read the entire article.
Ed note: Everyone wants in on the cocaine trade coming out of Colombia, including the US Army. These guys were caught. How many others in the US military are involved in moving cocaine out of Colombia to personally profit off sales when the contraband arrives in the US? Ninety pounds of cocaine on the street in the US is worth around $1 million.
Ed note: In Colombia, it’s common to have your political enemies assassinated. In a report sent to the UN, it was reported more than 450 human rights activists and social leaders were assassinated. If you are a social activist in Colombia aggressively advocating for coffee bean production to replace coca leaf production your chances of being assassinated increase by one-hundred fold.
Ed note: As much as Venezuela is accused of corruption and being involved in the drug trade at the highest levels of their government, have a look equally at the corruption taking place in Colombia. A US judge just sentenced Colombia’s former top anti-corruption prosecutor to four years in prison after admitting he took a bribe from a former governor in a Miami mall.
Ed note: As this war on Venezuela is fast approaching, the US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo visited Colombia to have a talk with Colombia’s President Ivan Duque on “restoring Venezuela’s democratic heritage.” That’s code for preparing Colombia’s paramilitaries and military for war against Venezuela. After leaving Colombia, Pompeo flew to Brazil just after Israel’s Benjamin Netanyau departed, to visit with Brazil’s new President Jair Bolsonaro. Pompeo and Duque are said to have also discussed Venezuela’s migrant crisis despite the numbers being highly exaggerated in the US media.
Examine carefully the corruption and crime in Colombia with an expanding production in cocaine then consider for a moment Pompeo and Duque discussing “rampant corruption in Venezuela”. What these “leaders” are doing is ramping up support for their coming military attack on Venezuela under the usual pretext we have seen over and over again used against countries targeted by the US for destruction: “restoring democracy”; “restoring the rule of law”; “removing a tyrant”; “rejecting dictatorships”; “Maduro regime’s authoritarian misrule”; etc.. The usual political pablum Pompeo has been repeating over and over again on his official state visits.
Mike Pompeo is “concerned about the level of cocaine production in Colombia”, so he tosses this concern in for good measure when he was talking with Colombia’s Duque. No worries, we will have the cocaine production under control by 2023, so don’t worry about it as Colombia peaked out at 1,400 tonnes of cocaine production in 2017 with 2018 promising to be even better. One kilo of cocaine can bring in $30,000 and once that kilo hits the street it is worth $100,000. It is estimated the potential production of cocaine has a value of $2.7 billion in the local market. It won’t be any time soon this local market for cocaine will be compromised despite the platitudes by Pompeo. While in Colombia, Mike Pompeo is telling Venezuela “democracy will be returned to their country” via a developing military attack in the final stages of planning.
Ed note: The only other countries as expected not cooperating with the coming US military attack on Venezuela are Cuba and Nicaragua (learned their lesson back in the 80s from Iran Contra drugs and guns) since they aren’t practicing “democratic values that align with the US and Brazil.” After leaving Colombia, Mike Pompeo flew to Brazil to congratulate Brazil’s new President Bolsonaro while military planning and preparations are simultaneously being conducted.
Ed note: The following USNI article describes US Naval maneuvers as being conducted in preparation for “natural disasters”, “illegal fishing activities” and for “humanitarian reasons”. Practicing combined amphibious and surface action maneuvers for interdicting “illegal fishing?” The purpose for this military exercise is to work out the command and control and not the actual mission. In the article below from Diálogo, the Brazilian army were conducting a military exercise with their amphibious forces moving inland. If a war comes, Brazil will be tasked with coming through Venezuela’s southern border. Brazil has second largest military in the hemisphere next to the US.
As these joint military exercises are being worked on the “command and control” of these forces will come from the US Navy in any military assault on Venezuela. In the USNI article below, the term “peer-to-peer” is used to describe the militaries of South America involved in these joint military exercises. But there are no “peer-to-peer” militaries compared to the US, so what the article is actually referring to is Russia and China that also have military assets in the region. China’s President China’s President Xi Jinping has just told the People’s Liberation Army Daily (PLA) to “prepare for war.” In what context are we to interpret this?
Source: USNI News
Navy Tests ‘Littoral Combat Group’ Concept That Pairs DDG, LPD in South America Deployment
By: Megan Eckstein • January 3, 2019
The Navy deployed a new ship pairing – a destroyer (DDG-51) and an amphibious transport dock (LPD-17) – to test out a new concept that could supplement amphibious squadrons and surface action groups as a formation in future operations.
USS Somerset (LPD-25), USS Wayne E. Meyer (DDG-108) and Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force (SP-MAGTF)-Peru deployed together as Littoral Combat Group 1 in November and December.
While at sea, the operations the group conducted leveraged both ships’ bread and butter missions: supporting Marines and pushing them ashore, embarking a Coast Guard law enforcement detachment, hosting a surgical team for humanitarian assistance work, and more. The two ships sailed to Valparaiso, Chile, for the Eleventh International Maritime and Naval Exhibition and Conference for Latin America (EXPONAVAL) and the 200th anniversary of the Chilean Navy. Also during the deployment, the 1,000 sailors and Marines from LCG-1 worked with the Peruvian Naval Infantry in a humanitarian assistance and disaster relief exercise in the disaster-prone Chorrillos district outside Lima, and conducted a maritime patrol exercise with Ecuadorian navy assets to counter illegal, unregulated and unreported (IUU) fishing, among other activities.
The goal of the LCG-1 deployment was to work out the command and control, which placed a Navy captain as the commodore of two ships and the SP-MAGTF, as is the case with the commodore of an amphibious squadron (PHIBRON) who oversees an Amphibious Ready Group and Marine Expeditionary Unit, or a destroyer squadron commander (DESRON) commanding a surface action group. Still, though the focus of the deployment was on command and control and not the actual missions that a DDG and an LPD could conduct together, it’s easy to see how the Littoral Combat Group could be useful higher up the range of military operations: the DDG firing missiles at an enemy defense system to allow the Marine forces to move ashore, the Marines using their MV-22B aircraft in support of the DDG’s maritime security missions at sea, and so on.
Please go to USNI News to read the entire article.
Brazil Conducts Joint Military Operations on the Coastline
Brazil carried out operations Atlantic V and Dragon XXXIX simultaneously and simulated amphibious operations to evacuate non-combatants.
by Taciana Moury/Diálogo | 20 December 2018
The Brazilian coastline between the states of Rio de Janeiro and Espírito Santo served as the backdrop for two important Brazilian military training operations. Operation Atlantic V (Operação Atlântico)—a Ministry of Defense-coordinated joint military exercise to protect territorial waters—and Operation Dragon XXXIX (Operação Dragão)—a Brazilian Navy (MB, in Portuguese) activity that concludes the marines’ annual training cycle, took place November 6-14, 2018.
It was the first time that both operations were conducted jointly, mobilizing approximately 3,000 service members from MB, the Brazilian Army, and the Brazilian Air Force (FAB, in Portuguese). The activity included an amphibious operation simulation, characteristic of Operation Dragon, with a focus on evacuating non-combatants.
On November 9th, marine troops disembarked at Itaoca Beach, on the coast of Espírito Santo. About 1,700 service members from Fleet Marine Squad (FFE, in Portuguese) took part in the activity that constituted the operation’s D-Day.
The training scenarios consisted of guaranteeing the security for the evacuation of 3,000 Brazilians at risk in a fictitious foreign country, while observing human rights and protecting citizens’ well-being. Land activities simulated triage, and evacuation of civilians
Please go to Diálogo to read the entire article.
Ed note: Read carefully in this RT News article how Bolsonaro refers to Russia as the “Soviet” and how Venezuela is “a dictatorship” while “reiterating his support for Israel”, after Benjamin Netanyau visited Brazil just prior to Bolsonaro being officially inaugurated as Brazil’s new president. Now this news that Bolsonaro is considering “hosting a US military base in Brazil” while the US is working closely with the US’s narco state proxy Colombia and now Brazil in joint military exercises including significantly beach landings.
There is very close cooperation going on between Brazil and the US and Israel as military preparations and logistics are being moved into place to attack Venezuela. US media sources are ramping up their as expected propaganda blitz against Venezuela by referring to Venezuela as a “dictatorship” and how the “Venezuelan economy has been destroyed by socialism.” This pattern has been repeated over and over again when the US targets a country for destruction and the same strategy is being applied to Venezuela through US-based media.
Here is only a small sampling of how the US media has attacked Venezuela and have been doing so ever since Hugo Chavez came to power in Venezuela. When alternative news sources are carefully looked at, an entirely different perspective is reached on Venezuela’s circumstances contradicting the outright lies coming out of the US media reporting on Venezuela. Especially so when it is considered the US has been largely responsible for undermining the price of oil to cripple Venezuela’s economy beginning in 2014.
Source: RT News
Bolsonaro says Brazil may host US base, calls Trump ‘most powerful man in the world’
January 4, 2018 • RT News
Brazil’s newly-sworn-in right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro has said that he might consider hosting a US military base in the future and called a Brazilian embassy move to Jerusalem a done deal in a new interview on Thursday.
Bolsonaro, dubbed the ‘Trump of the Tropics’ for his rhetoric, uncannily similar to that of US President Donald Trump, lived up to his nickname as he floated the idea of welcoming US soldiers on a permanent basis, reiterated his support for Israel, while calling Venezuela “a dictatorship” and Russia its enabler.
In an interview with SBT broadcaster on Thursday, Bolsonaro said that while he considers physical presence of foreign forces a symbolic move in a globalized word, he is open to the idea of hosting US troops on Brazilian soil.
A retired army captain, Bolsonaro referred to the Russian military as the “Soviet” troops, arguing that “nowadays the power of American, Chinese and Soviet armed forces reaches out to the whole independent world.”
Please go to RT News to read the entire article.
Ed note: The US is now preparing a new round of “color revolution” inside Venezuela through opposition members under the control of US corporate interests and often corrupt. “Color revolutions” include large protests, riots and possible shooting to incite further violence. The same violent technique used in Ukraine. The US will attempt a color revolution in Venezuela and they will do it through social media to get Venezuelans out into the streets to protest. The US conduit into Venezuela will be the Lima group.
Ed note: US uses its first line of offense: economic warfare through sanctions on Nicaragua, Venezuela and Cuba. All three of these countries have decided not to cooperate with America.
Ed note: The reason why General Mattis gave his warning in Brazil about “generals becoming politicians”, is because of Bolsonaro’s previous military background as a former army captain. Jair Bolsonaro’s vice-president Hamilton Mourao, is a military general and member of the Social Liberal Party who is now a “reserve general”. Mouroa was the Brazilian military attache to Caracas, Venezuela during the attempted and failed coup against Hugo Chavez. Mourao was in Venezuela and was part of the group who attempted to overthrow Hugo Chavez from power. In the coming weeks, Jair Bolsonaro may just live up to the Washington Post ‘s description of him as ” threatening the planet.”
Source: Business Insider
Mattis gave a blunt warning against generals becoming politicians, and in neighboring [Brazil] country where this is happening
by Christopher Woody • August 15, 2018
• During a trip to Brazil, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis emphasized that military officers should avoid politicization.
• His words of caution applies to the US, where retired military officers have run for office or taken part in campaigns.
• But they likely carry more weight in Brazil, where support for a military role in government is growing.
On the first stop on a four-country Latin American tour, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis this week argued for closer defense ties between the US and Brazil, the region’s biggest economy.
Speaking at Brazil’s war college, Mattis stressed the need of regional cooperation and political solutions, especially on issues like the crisis in Venezuela, but when asked about the role of the military in politics, a question of increasing interest to Brazilians, he gave an answer that applies to both Brazil and the US. Mattis, a revered leader who served in the US Marine Corps for 44 years and rose to the rank of general, stressed that he had no role in the Trump campaign and described serving in government as a matter of duty.
“We come from the military, and we have kind of a saying in America, if the president of the United States asks you to do something, whether you’re on active duty or retired, you don’t go up like Hamlet and start wringing your hands,” Mattis said. “Republican or Democrat, the answer is ‘yes, sir,’ or ‘yes, ma’am.’ There is no equivocation.”
Please go to Business Insider to read the entire article.
Ed note: It is not only the US planing and holding military exercises in the region coordinating the militaries of Colombia, Peru, Argentina and Colombia for this coming assault on Venezuela, the British are also planning on sending UK military personnel to the Caribbean. UK Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson said in the Sunday Telegraph:
“This is our biggest moment as a nation since the end of the Second World War, when we can recast ourselves in a different way, we can actually play the role on the world stage that the world expects us to play.”
The Brookings Institute prepared a sophisticated report on the circumstances in Venezuela titled “Why Venezuela’s opposition has been unable to effectively challenge Maduro.” In the report, Brookings’ researchers blamed President Maduro for “changing the rules” on elections and charging the Venezuelan government of “openly manipulating the electronic voting system even committing outright fraud” with its electronic voting systems in the 2017 Constituent Assembly elections. The Venezuelan government depended on Smartmatic electronic voting systems in its elections. Smartmatic is a multinational corporation involved in technology and electronic voting systems with its headquarters located in London. One of Smartmatic’s “key people” is Lord Mark Malloch-Brown.
Readers can be assured the UAVs and satellites that will be deployed to protect Brazil’s new President Bolsonaro will be manufactured and operated by Israel. Days after being officially inaugurated as Brazil’s new president, Bolsonaro goes to war on “indigenous groups, descendants of slaves and the LGBT community in the first hours of his administration.”
Brazil has the world’s 14th largest military out of 136 countries so any coming war against Venezuela will likely mean additional profits for Israel’s weapons and munitions companies contracting with Brazil. Part of the reason for Israel’s Netanyahu visiting Brazil, was to pave the way for Brazil to purchase Israeli technology including drones. The bargain is that if Brazil moves its embassy to Jerusalem, Israel will sell drones to Brazil.
Ed note: If anyone thinks that Israel isn’t deeply involved with what is happening in Venezuela and Brazil, Bloomberg’s article, “Why Witnesses to Venezuela’s Catastrophic Corruption Keep Turning Up in the U.S.”, will clear up any misconceptions. Israel’s involvement also included a false story planted that Venezuela under Hugo Chavez was allowing the Iranians into Venezuela to build a missile launching facility complete with bunkers and concrete missile silos. Once again, the Israelis incriminating Iran with little in the way of evidence. It is almost laughable what was provided as evidence of an Iranian missile base in Venezuela, once again expecting as much from the media which is used as a weapon in conducting economic warfare. It is suspected the Jerusalem Post first planted the story which was later debunked much to CNN’s credit.
President Trump’s acting Secretary of Defense is Patrick M. Shanahan. Shanahan has spent his entire career at Boeing from 1986 until 2017. Any decisions coming out of the Pentagon on Boeing if Shanahan becomes the Secretary of Defense should be expected to be favorable to Boeing. In 2018, Boeing struck a deal with Brazil’s largest aircraft manufacturer Embraer in a $5.2 billion joint venture. Even though Brazil’s new President Bolsonaro expressed concern over the Boeing-Embraer joint venture, the Memorandum of Understanding was signed in July, 2018. Embraer is the third largest aircraft manufacturer in the world.
Listen to the slick music in this corporate advertisement for the Navy’s “super fast” M80 Stiletto Stealth ship. When the “netcentric” attack comes on Venezuela led by the US with its “command and control” with its South American proxies Brazil and Colombia, this is the craft that will be used for “command and control“.
The M80 Stiletto was “originally envisioned as the centerpiece of an initiative called Project WolfPAC which aimed to revolutionize ‘netcentric’ command and control capabilities and combat effectiveness of small ships operating cooperatively with other vessels, special warfare units and drones in the challenging littoral environment”.
While watching this animation video of the M80 Stiletto capabilities below, observe carefully the back ground skyline with tall buildings, mountains, ship docks with cranes and oil refineries because the background scenery looks exactly like shoreline along the coastline in parts of Venezuela.
Think of this craft as a stealthy floating supercomputer, mothership and command and control station that is capable of rocketing through the water at high-speeds in very shallow waters. Perfect for assaulting Venezuela’s beaches and running a ‘netcentric’ war on Venezuela. Be assured, the manufacturers of the M80 Stilettto Stealth Ship can’t wait to ramp up sales of this “netcentric” attack craft.
The $8 million stealth ship manufactured by M-Ship Company is advertised as a “tool to fight against drug smugglers.” Interdicting drugs gives the stealth ship good real time practice while the real drugs leaving Colombia get out. The Stiletto is sold as another “next generation” piece of military hardware as a corporate description ensuring there will be continued generations of profits well into the future. Cocaine production is at an all time high in Colombia with 1,400 tonnes in 2017 and there will be no end in cocaine production any time soon. Let’s give credit to the M80 Stiletto Stealth ship, it was instrumental in interdicting a whopping 1,800 pounds of cocaine.
Sincere appreciation goes to Florida Maquis for his untiring efforts at providing updated news and his unique ability to evaluate what is going on in South America in the lead up to this coming war on Venezuela through open source intelligence. This marks the 130 year since the founding of the United States of Brazil.
The people of Brazil have aligned with Russia and China; the leadership of Brazil have aligned with the US, UK and Israel.
What better way to “pay respect to a flag and a return to patriotic pride” than to go on a military march north to Venezuela.