President Morales Calls Out U.S. Foreign Policy as Trump Listens in UN Security Council Meeting
“The U.S. ‘would not have threatened with military intervention democratically elected governments as it has done with #Venezuela,’ the Bolivian president continued in his denunciation of American violations of #InternationalLaw. ‘The United States could not care less about human rights nor justice. If this were the case, it would have signed the international conventions and treaties for the have protection of human rights.'”
A few thoughts on Mike Pompeo who is sitting behind President Trump with a smirk on his face while listening to President Evo Morales of Bolivia.
President Morales of Bolivia knows what he is talking about. The Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) attempted setting him up in a sting in 2015. When the sting collapsed and was exposed, the US retaliated by arresting a number of Bolivian officials. When President Evo Morales banned the DEA from operating in Bolivia after calling it a “big white lie“, that’s when the DEA sting went down to remove Morales from power. President Evo Morales after reading the book The Big White Lie written by Michael Levine, understood how the CIA and the DEA were in a turf war in Bolivia over drugs.
The “El Chapo” network…Joaquin Guzman Loera, alias ‘El Chapo,’ ran his network into Bolivia so the CIA and the DEA were fully aware of his networks. There is no way Guzman could have become the “kingpin” he was without outside support and complicity. Look at El Chapo’s eyes, he is genuinely shocked his handlers turned on him. El Chapo was given cooperation by the US to smuggle drugs into the US to control the drug trade but when things went bad, El Chapo’s life became ultimately a utilitarian tool that has ended its usefulness.
Despite the arrest the trade continues out of Colombia, America’s narco proxy state. Better build a wall right, when most of the drugs are coming into America through already existing border checkpoints.
Source: The New American
U.S. Government and Top Mexican Drug Cartel Exposed as Partners
January 14, 2014 • by Eric Newman
For over a decade, under multiple administrations, the U.S. government had a secret agreement with the ruthless Mexican Sinaloa drug cartel that allowed it to operate with impunity, an in-depth investigation by a leading Mexican newspaper confirmed this week. In exchange for information and assistance in quashing competing criminal syndicates, the Bush and Obama administrations let the Sinaloa cartel import tons of drugs into the United States while wiping out Sinaloa competitors and ensuring that its leaders would not be prosecuted for their long list of major crimes. Other revelations also point strongly to massive but clandestine U.S. government involvement in drug trafficking.
Relying on over 100 interviews with current and former government functionaries on both sides of the border, as well as official documents from the U.S. and Mexican governments, Mexico’s El Universal concluded that the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), and the U.S. Justice Department had secretly worked with Mexican drug lords. The controversial conspiring led to increased violence across Mexico, where many tens of thousands have been murdered in recent years, the newspaper found after its year-long probe. The U.S. agents and their shady deals with Mexican drug lords even sparked what the paper called a “secret war” inside Mexico.
The newspaper’s investigation also confirmed long-held suspicions that U.S. authorities were signing secret agreements with Mexican drug cartels — especially Sinaloa, which CIA operatives have said was a favorite for use in achieving geo-political objectives. Supposedly without the knowledge or approval of officials in Mexico, ICE and DEA, with a green light from Washington, D.C., made deals with criminal bosses allowing them to avoid prosecution for a vast crime spree that has included mass murder, corruption, bribery, drug trafficking, extortion, and more. In exchange, cartel leaders simply had to help U.S. officials eliminate their competitors — certainly a win-win scenario for crime bosses who prefer to operate without competition or fear of prosecution.
As The New American first reported in early 2011, a high-ranking operative with the Sinaloa cartel had outlined elements of the criminal agreements with U.S. authorities in official court documents. “The government of the United States and its various agencies have a long history of providing benefits, permission, and immunity to criminals and their organizations to commit crimes, including murder, in exchange for receiving information against other criminals and other organizations,” trafficker Jesus Vicente “El Vicentillo” Zambada-Niebla argued in U.S. court filings cited by El Universal. The New American has also reported extensively on the Zambada-Niebla case and what it reveals.
Experts quoted in the Mexican paper echoed other analysts who have spoken out in recent years, saying that the U.S. government scheming handed the Sinaloa cartel de facto status as the primary powerhouse. In fact, during the period when El Universal says the relationship between American officials and Sinaloa chieftains was most active — 2006 through 2012 — drug war-fueled violence in Mexico surged to unprecedented levels. There are numerous indications that despite official denials, top Mexican officials may have been aware of the schemes, or even involved in them.
Please go to The New American to read the entire article.