Post By @CubanWindow

“In the past with arms, and today with legal rhetoric, again seek to attack democracy and the rule of law.”  Dilma Rousseff, Constitutional President of Brazil.

“See, as Evo Morales says, the only country that can be sure that there will never be Coup d’Etat is the US, because it has no US Embassy.” President  Rafael Correa, Ecuador In an interview with Julian Assange 

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The media rise against the constitutional government of Venezuela – the President Nicolas Maduro gov., not the fragmented General Assembly between right-wing political parties that struggle internally to reverse the citizen revolution in that country – is impressive.

The United States has resorted to the OAS, in the figure of Secretary General Luis Almagro, has unleashed its mechanism of destructive action towards the South of the Continent, does not want them united, needs to loosen the integration mechanisms that have forged and turn the wheel towards the right wing, is the only way to achieve its hegemonic objectives in the region,  and recover the free exploitation of their natural resources, ours must remain virgin, we must burst the land and the backs of others.

Why Venezuela?…

Simply,  The Oil, and Coup d’Etat  plot includes street violence and attacks on military units, in order to create a scenario conducive to foreign military intervention.  This coup plan has been articulated for three years by the US government, when former South Command chief John Kelly has raised the possibility of a military intervention in the country.

Subversive actions were dismantled at that time by Operation Shield Zamorano 2017, which also seized ammunition and explosives

So the US moved from “hard power” to “smart power” through the legal rhetoric, which triggers apparently internal processes but which are actually imported, this time the OAS is the mechanism to inject them in this country.

There is no theory of conspiracy, it is only the reality palpable if you look, read and listen to the appropriate alternative media,  that show us what actually happens, based on background analysis, without makeup.

And Where was the OAS ? – Coup d’etat in Latin America perpetrated in the last 20 years with the underhanded push of the United States.

  • 2002: Attempted Coup d’Etat in Venezuela

The Venezuelan ambassador to the OAS, Jorge Valero, presented a mass of documents that demonstrated the open intervention of the US in the coup. “Officials from the State Department and the permanent mission of the United States to the OAS,” he said, “carried out on April 12, within the organization and the diplomatic corps, an intense lobby designed to justify the coup d’état. Caracas, the US ambassador, Charles Shapiro, paid a “courtesy visit” to the dictator Pedro Carmona.”

  • 2004: Coup d’Etat in Haiti

The US newspaper The New York Times then noted that “the Bush administration, which had previously been reluctant to suggest that an elected president resigned, changed his stance in recent days by increasing pressure and finally strongly urged Aristide to resign”.

The same year, the US sent a large contingent of marines to Haiti. George W. Bush said: “The government believes that it is essential that Haiti has a hopeful future. This is the beginning of a new chapter. “ The reality refutes this approach.

  • 2008: Attempted Coup d’Etat in Bolivia

Juan Ramón Quintana, Minister of the Presidency, said that this was “the corollary of an escalation of conspiracy, conspiracy and civic-prefectural sedition” organized with US support and frustrated “thanks to a huge social mobilization, the decisions of the Executive power and, fundamentally, to the arrest of the prefect of Pando, Leopoldo Fernández. “

We are attending, he said, “to the same script” warped every time in our countries “is intended to install processes of profound transformation that seek to regain sovereignty, dignity, natural resources.”

  • 2009: Coup d’Etat in Honduras

The US government, through State Department spokesman Philip Crowley, confirmed that the Soto Cano military base in Palmerola, Honduras, where the US Brave Force operates, with more than 800 US officers and soldiers, was used by The coup leaders in taking President Manuel Zelaya out of the country.

  • 2010: Attempted Coup d’Etat in Ecuador

On September 30, 2010, there was a protest by police and military sectors in Ecuador. President Rafael Correa comes to the protest site to talk with the agents about his salary concerns. However, he is assaulted and abducted for several hours, in a hospital, being rescued, finally, by Special Forces, after an intense firefight.

According to attorney Eva Golinger, “On July 12, 2005, the communications chief of USAID’s Strategic Development Division in Ecuador sent an email to the other USAID representatives in Quito, expressing concern about the Influence “in Ecuador”.

  • 2012: Coup d’Etat in Paraguay

“The American influence,” says the CIPER report, “in Paraguay is not just a diplomatic matter. Through donations administered by USAID of more than 100 million dollars (in five years) to companies, NGOs and government agencies difficult to monitor, the North Americans guaranteed their proximity to various spheres of power in Paraguay: “Political actors of all Specters seek us to hear advice, “summarized former ambassador Liliana Ayala in the same confidential report. “And our influence here is much greater than our trace.”

  • 2016: Coup d’Etat in Brazil

On August 31, 2016, after an Impeachment, the Brazilian Senate formally dismissed President Dilma Rousseff, by 61 votes to 20, for alleged “crimes of responsibility.”

Three years earlier, in September 2013, she would assume the US embassy in Brazil, Liliana Ayalde who was ambassador to Paraguay when the Senate also made an “Impeachment” to Fernando Lugo, who dismissed him.

Ayalde, with long experience, was USAID’s director in Colombia, was also in Guatemala in the 1980s, and in Nicaragua in the 1990s, she was also under-secretary of state for Western Hemisphere Affairs covering Cuba, Central America And the Caribbean.

It was also reported then that the communications of President Dilma Rousseff were being monitored by the US. “In the reports, the question” Brazil, ally, enemy or problem? “Was included.

Finally, the same day, August 31, 2016, when the Brazilian Senate dismissed President Dilma Rousseff, arrived at the premises of the Brazilian Senate Michel Temer to officially take office as the new President of the country until December 31 2018.

Temer, reported Wikileaks, would have been an intelligence “informant” of the United States. According to a cable from the US embassy, revealed on this site, Temer would have held meetings with US diplomats in 2006.