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at Manta after the lease expires in 2009. more below
Hugo Chavez Venezuela
Analyis Maj After two years of battling cancer,
President Hugo Chavez has died today at 4.25 pm.
and Sodahead Hugo Chavez Says CIA May Have
Given Him Cancer: Assassination by Cancer? Hugo
Chavez and several other Latin American leaders
recently got diagnosed with various forms of cancer.
Chavez said in a speech, Its very difficult to
explain, even with the law of probabilities, what has
been happening to some of us in Latin America...
Would it be so strange that theyve invented
technology to spread cancer and we wont know
about it for 50 years? ... Imjust sharing my thoughts,
but its very, very, very strange." and Bloomberg ...
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez hinted that the
U.S. may be behind a very strange bout of cancer
affecting several leaders aligned with him in South
America. Chavez, speaking a day after Argentine
President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner was
diagnosed with thyroid cancer, said the Central
Intelligence Agency was behind chemical
experiments in Guatemala in the 1940s and that its
possible that in years to come a plot will be
uncovered that shows the U.S. spread cancer as a
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Mercosur, the Latin American common market, which
is dominated by Brazil, Mercosur is often described,
somewhat optimistically, as a fledgling version of the
European Union. Outraged by the project, Argentinian
greens in Entre Rios province have been blocking
roads and bridges between the two countries, disrupting
transport links and the Uruguayan economy in the
name of preventing toxins spewing into the ecosystem.

WMR December 31, 2011 -- J anuary 1, 2012 -- Bio-assassination weaponry used on Kim J ong Il ... Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said he was thinking aloud when he
speculated that diagnoses of cancer affecting Latin America's most notable progressive leaders may have been the result of a U.S. plot through technological means. State Department
spokesperson Victoria Nuland, the wife of neocon and Zionist foreign policy adviser Robert Kagan, immediately called Chavez's remarks "horrific and reprehensible." ...
However, the State Department may or may not be aware of what has been gleaned by WMR from J apanese intelligence sources in Pyongyang: that North Korea's late leader Kim
J ong Il, who we previously reported was assassinated by rebellious military officers, met his demise from the use of a sophisticated bio-weapon. Kim J ong Il, whose only medical
problems were periodic blackouts and the early onset of dementia, did not die from a heart attack, according to J apanese military intelligence sources. North Korean official news
reports claimed that the late Dear Leader died from a heart attack aboard a train outside of Pyongyang. Neither of these reports was correct. .. Kim J ong Il, while not in perfect
health, was on a strict diet, exercised regularly, and was frequently examined by doctors. ... However, the military coup plotters arranged for Kim J ong Il to be administered a
series of doses of toxins. The toxins ultimately built up in Kim J ong Il's vital organs, causing renal failure and heart stoppage. The plot by North Korean military officers resulted
from a major split over a secret deal made by some North Korean officials with Israel. The secret compact was for North Korea to stop missile shipments to Syria, Iran, and Egypt in
return for Israel supplying low-grade enriched weapons-grade uranium to the North Koreans. ... It is not certain what Chavez based his fears on, however, Cuba enjoys close
relations with North Korea. Chavez cited a warning he once received from former Cuban President Fidel Castro, who, himself contracted a mysterious and almost fatal stomach
disorder after visiting Argentina, that he should "take care. These people have developed technology . . . Take care of what you eat, what they give you to eat . . . a little needle and
they inject you with I don't know what." Chavez went on to say, "It would not be strange if they developed the technology to induce cancer and nobody knew about it until now."
... Progressive Latin American leaders, including Chavez, have recently been diagnosed with cancer. The latest to fall victim to cancer is Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez
de Kirchner, who recently won re-election in a landslide. Others contracting cancer include Paraguay's President Fernando de Lugo, Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff, and former
Brazilian President Luiz Ignacio Lula da Silva. Chavez said other Latin American leaders should exercise caution, including Bolivia's Evo Morales. Former Argentinian President
Nestor Kirchner, Fernandez de Kirchner's husband, died from a sudden heart attack before running again for the presidency. Fidel Castro contracted an almost fatal stomach disease
after meeting with Nestor Kirchner and Chavez in Argentina. ... Castro's warning to Chavez about being stuck with a fatal needle comes from someone who was on the receiving
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end of such assassination plots. Tulane Medical School researcher Dr. Alton Ochsner, a friend of such notorious Latin American right-wing leaders as J uan Peron, Panama's Tomas
Gabriel Duque, and Nicaragua's Anastasio Somoza, was known to be conducting CIA-sponsored research to develop weaponized cancers from monkey viruses. The prime target for
such a weapon was Castro. ... When it comes to U.S. bio-assassination weaponry, Chavez had the best source of information in Castro. Nuland and her neocon associates in the
Obama administration and corporate media would rather ridicule the messenger, in this case Chavez, than in recognizing the fact that the United States is one of the few countries in
history to conduct medical research for the purpose of assassinating perceived foreign and domestic threats including Castro; Congo's Patrice Lumumba; Iraq's Abdul Karim
Qassem, Yugoslavia's former President Slobodan Milosevic; J ack Ruby, the slayer of Lee Harvey Oswald; and, quite possibly, U.S. ambassador to the UN Adlai Stevenson who died
of a sudden heart attack in 1965 on a street in London located near the U.S. embassy.
WMR 2/11 The CIA's running of false flag terrorist operations may not be confined to Iraq, Pakistan, and other Muslim countries. Last week, Argentinean officials seized an
undeclared cargo of weapons and espionage equipment on a US Air Force C-17 transport plane at Buenos Aires' Ezeiza International Airport. The cargo originated with the 7th US
Army Airborne Brigade at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. The cargo also consisted of brochures with the following statement in fifteen languages, including Spanish: "I ama United
States soldier. Please report to my embassy I have been arrested by the country." Also in the military cache was communications interception equipment, encryption gear, GPS
devices, high-powered sniper rifles, machine guns, and expired drugs, including stimulants and morphine. The Argentine Foreign Ministry filed a strong protest with the U.S.
government. ... An indication of the seriousness of the U.S. covert operation was the presence at Ezeiza airport of Argentine Foreign Minister Hector Timerman, who personally
supervised the confiscation of the weapons and spy equipment cache. ... Caught with its pants down once again, the Obama administration's top man on Latin American policy,
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs Arturo Valenzuela, a noted gusano supporter, called on Buenos Aires to return the military and espionage cargo
"without delay." The demand was echoed by State Department spokesman P J Crowley, the CIA's public relations "embed" in Hillary Clinton's top advisory group. It is significant
that President Obama is avoiding Argentina on his upcoming trip to Latin America. ... The neocon media, including The Wall Street J ournal, where, as an aside, we are told by
informed sources that non-J ews, as a hiring policy, are discriminated against for reporter and editor jobs, accused Timerman and President Cristina Fernandez of trying to score pre-
election points by stirring up a conflict with Washington.
EIR This is the crowd that brought us the overthrow of President Alberto Fujimori in Peru, funneling $1 million from Soros into the campaign coffers of Fujimori's replacement,
Alejandro Toledo, and which helped fund and trigger the latest bloodletting in Bolivia (see article page 44). ... and and the role of Soros' money in stopping Peruvian President
Fujimori's successful war against the narco-terrorists in Peru, Thompson came to the fact that Soros had given a $10 million subsidy to the CAP, co-sponsor of the Washington event.
Finally, noting that Soros, by hard accounting, had given another $10 million to legalize narcotics in the United States, Thompson asked the panelists, "Do you want to rebuild the
Democratic Party with drug money?" go to Poverty / Soros / Obama NFU
VQR 9/14/2007 Virginia Quarterly Review: The Octopus is United Fruits, renamed Chiquita Brands to avoid the connotations of its monstruous history, some of which is discussed
in this article. The Cathedral of Salt is a famous cathedral in Bogota.] - "Although the FARC is involved deeply in the business, it is the right-wing AUC that worked closely with the
cartels to organize the smuggling system. Coca growers, who are usually poor peasants or campesinos, earn the least of all In a front-page deal reached with the US government
this year, Chiquita pleaded guilty to making millions of dollars in payments to a group on the State Department list of foreign terrorist organizations: the AUC. Lawyers for the
company argued that they were forced into the making payments out of fear for the safety of its workers. Chiquita also admitted that they had a similar arrangement with the FARC.
The result of the plea deal was a $25 million fine for a business that earned $3.9 billion in revenue in 2006, and there were no charges filed over the weapons shipment. It is not
surprising that Chiquita Brands was forced to make protection payments to armed groups operating around their plantations, but that is not the entire story."
WMR Feb 09, February 27-March 1, 2009 -- Stanford's Latin American operations linked to U.S."counter-narcotics" efforts ... Although it stands accused of laundering money
for narco-interests in countries like Panama, Colombia, and Mexico, the Stanford Financial Group of "Sir" R. Allen Stanford is being linked by investigators to the world of U.S.
government covert and overt counter-narcotics programs in Latin America and the Caribbean. WMR has learned from a knowledgeable source that FAA records point to a Stanford
& Associates, Inc. address at 1329 Alum Springs Road #101 in Fredericksburg, Virginia. The address is listed for Stanford's Learjet (N60CE), which was exported to Germany in
2001. The same address was used for HS 125-700A (N81QV), exported to the Cayman Islands in 2000, Cessna 650 (N1239L), exported to Germany in 2000, Another Stanford &
Associates address is at 1661 N. Swan Road, Suite 200-6, Tucson, Arizona for a Learjet (N613SA), exported to Germany in 2000. more search terms: Gulf StreamG-IV, N2SA,
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Bowers, Cessna, Aviation Development Corporation, Maxwell AFB, Viva International, River Hawk Aviaiton, SEC, Eastern Caribbean Airlines Corp, Stanford Aviation, The
pattern is familiar to one informed source who contacted WMR. The source stated: "the CIA continues to created these false front aviation/parts corporations, infuses some
government money to get themup and running, then sells themto another government- created entity and the CIA shaves off the excess cash." The pattern is similar to the CIA shell
companies used to mask the agency's extraordinary rendition program that relied on chartered aircraft. full story
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Pew Hispanics Center Chronicling Latinos' diverse experiences in a changing America
US Fumigation.org defending the rights of victims of US fumigation in Latin America
Safe2Use Environmentally and People Safe Products.
Tides Foundation for social justice
EPA Glysophate, ground &
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Prolog Web News, South America
Sorting Through the Glysophate
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The Franklin Scandal, home Omaha, Lawrence King, BoysTown, sexual abuse, White House 1989 MORE
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Caging lists, USAttorneys fired link: Rove assistant: Timothy Griffin, 2004 voter suppression, Goodling MORE
Ronald Roskens, USAID Chancellor, U of Nebraska, fired, homosexual orgies, MORE
Mark Foley Senate Page program email sex scandal / hypocrisy MORE
Ted Haggard Gay male prostitute, cover-up, White House conference calls MORE
J eff Gannon, Guckert White House visits, gay porn sites, Gosch MORE
Blunt, Boehner, Hastert Foley cover-up, Abramoff, Dept of the Interior, FBI Investigation MORE
Brian Doyle, DHS, Arrested, use of a computer to seduce a child, Dept Homeland Sec. MORE
Tony Blair Pedophile investigations, D-Notices, cover-up MORE
Barney Frank Franklin Scandal cover-up, Steve Gobie, Boston, Cardinal Law, Creighton U. MORE
Sen. Larry Craig Long list of anti-gay, anti same-sex marriage votes, homophobia MORE
Michael Aquino Presidio, sexual abuse investigation, day care centers, Reagan ties. MORE
Pope Benedict, Ratzinger Catholic priest sexual abuse cover-up MORE
Alphabetic Subject Index, Franklingate
KoreaGate Sun Myung Moon, Congress, bribes MORE
Sarkozy statement: "I'm inclined personally to think that you are born paedophile .." MORE
Fascism and pedophilia ... disturbing similarities ..German Christian Church and the Nazi Party .. MORE
Covenant House Father Bruce Ritter, pedophilia, Iran Contra, Bush family connections MORE
J ohn Mark Karr Thailand, child sex rings, Bush connections MORE
J ohn Lehman "Coos Bay" pedophile cover-up, 1982, 9/11 Commission, Franklin cover-up MORE
Deborah Jeane Palfrey D.C. Madam... threat to identify high-profile clients, Ullman, Cheney MORE
Venezuela War on drugs? elections funding, pedophile networks MORE
Deborah J eane Palfrey D.C. Madam... threat to identify high-profile clients, Ullman, Cheney MORE
Gen. William Boykin Guantanamo, Abu Ghraib, sexual torture of prisoners, Stephen Cambone MORE
Sagiv, Israeli diplomat Israeli, Yosef Sagiv, Consulate in Atlanta, charged, exploitation of children MORE
Victor Ashe Bush's bi-sexual?, Yale roommate, Ambassador to Poland MORE
Southern Baptist Convention Failure to deal with clergy sexual abuse info
Mormons Unreported sexual abuse, lawsuits abound MORE
GOP Pedophile list
Washington Times, Casseday Huffington Post , Soliciting sex over internet with what he believed was 13 yr old. 2006
GOP Dirty Tricks GOP Dirty Tricks, 50 years, hundreds of entries MORE


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Arkancide Clinton, connected suspicious deaths
On J uly 11, 1990, Gary
Caradori was killed along with his 6-year old son in
the crash of his small plane, after a mid-air explosion,
the cause of which was never discovered. He had told
friends repeatedly in the weeks before his death that
he was afraid his plane would be sabotaged.
GeorgeWalkerBush, death list
Guerrilla News Network Carlyle Group articles,
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Indymedia Clinton / Bush / Davidians, Buffalo
Airlines, drugs, pedophilia,
McHenry blog Deep Politics reprint
Conspiracy Archive Dominionism, pedophilia,
Flocco, Tom
Iconbusters sex crimes, Covenant House, Bruce Ritter
Northern Marianas,
RaidersNewsNetwork The Deep Politics of God (Part
Seven): The CNP, Dominionism, and the Ted
Haggard Scandal ... By Phillip Collins and Paul
Collins ... The Franklin Cover-up and the CNP
RumorMillNews Covenant House, Latin America,
Bush Family Connections, Americares

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Americares, J . Peter Grace, helped found, info
CBN, Pat Robertson, one of Americares largest
contributors,
Covenant House deviant child sex rings, Bruce Ritter,
Bush family connections.
CNP Council on National Policy, Roger Milliken,
Cohn, Roy
Consultants International, CIA, Robert Keith Gray,
Watergate era, sexual blackmail operations,
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Finders
FEWS Famine Early Warning Systems Network
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employee,
Hill & Knowlton, public relations, Father Bruce Ritter,
Covenant House, child molester, spin Ritter.
International Freedom Foundation, Abramoff, Norquist,
South Africa, J esse Helms, Alan Keyes, prop up
apartheid, Tom DeLay, Ralph Reed, GOP deviant sex
rings,
Kissinger, Agentina, 1976
USAID, Dr. Ronald Roskens, corruption, Omaha,
Nebraska, Kent State administrative official.
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RaidersNewsNetwork "The Deep Politics of God
(Part Seven): The CNP, Dominionism, and the Ted
Haggard Scandal ...
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Guckert, spent many nights in the White House, ...
visits when no news briefings, many with no
record of entry or exit YouTube How does this
relate to Congress, Clergy, military sex scandals?
Insider Magazine, Wayne Madsen
Wings of Christ International, airport, Waco, Texas,
Western Goals, J ohn Singlaub ... CNP cross
membership,
Weyrich, Diana CNP, sex slave trade.
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RaidersNewsNetwork "Another compelling tie between the CNP and GOP deviant sex rings is Covenant House. According to DeCamp, Covenant House was used to acquire
children for pedophilia. The former Nebraska senator provides the following description:
Lauded by the Reagan and Bush Administrations as a showcase for the privatization of social service, Covenant House had expanded into Guatemala as a gateway to South America.
According to intelligence community sources, the purpose was procurement of children from South America for exploitation in a pedophile ring. The flagship Guatemalan mission of
Covenant House was launched by a former business partner of Nicaraguan dictator Anastasio Somoza, Roberto Alejos Arzu, who had ties to the CIA, according to the Village Voice
of Feb. 20, 1990. The Voice quoted J ean-Marie Simon, author of Guatemala: Eternal, Spring, Eternal Tyranny: "Its like having Idi Amin on the board of Amnesty International."
(180)" more search terms: Robert McCauley, Americares
Indymedia "Consider the CIA/BATF/FBI/Bush/Clinton mass murder of the peaceful inhabitants of the Waco Branch Davidian community in order to cover up the community being
witness to the Bush Crime administration's and the CIA's Buffalo Airlines Drugs, Weapons, kidnapping, and money laundering activities that were on going at the CIA operated
World War Two built airport that bordered the Branch Davidian Community's religious village site in Waco Texas when it is known fact that the Feds could have arrested David
Koresh at any time with out having to have murdered the entire Branch Davidian community, and the media covered up the Davidians being witness to the CIA/Bush Crime Family
Buffalo Airlines drug, money, weapons, agents, and kidnap victims transfer activities and the fact that two of the Branch Davidian Community members had hacked into the Bush
controlled War Department computers and were able to find out the flight schedules of the CIA owned Buffalo Airlines and find out that the Buffalo Airlines was in fact a CIA drug
and money laundering operation, so the innocent witnesses who were the Branch Davidian community members were all murdered, and or unlawfully arrested and unlawfully
suppressed, threatened, and all media attention to the abuse that the remaining survivors went through has been diverted on purpose in order to protect and to cover up the criminal
activities of the U.S. Government, and for instance of the former Mafia attorney named J anet (Lesbian pedophile) Reno who worked for the head of the U.S. Mafia for twelve years
Mayer Lansky, and who was a key cover up operative before being appointed by druggy pervert President Clinton to be the U.S. Attorney General. J anet Reno was appointed to
serve as the head of the Dada County District Attorney's Office in order to cover up the CIA Finders operation that was running a child pedophile ring for Elite billionaires in South
Florida, and the CIA ran one of their Finders pedophile operations at it's Garden Walk Day Care Center where the CIA was directly tied to this by the Dade County Police
Department. J anet Reno also served to cover up the vast CIA drugs, and money laundering activities that has been rampantly on going for decades and that blatantly saturates the
entire organized crime jungle of South Florida."
RaidersNewsNetwork "Some time in the late 1980s, Nelson was with King at a posh hotel in downtown Minneapolis, when he personally saw King turn over a suitcase full of cash
and bearer-bonds to "the Colonel," whom he later positively identified as Aquino. According to Nelson, King told him that the suitcase of cash and bonds was earmarked for the
Nicaraguan Contras, and that "the Colonel" was part of the covert Contra support apparatus, otherwise associated with Lt. Col. Oliver North, Vice President George Bush, and the
"secret parallel government" that they ran from the White House...

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Oliver North, CIA involvement in flights to resupply the Contras,
Consortium News The New York Time's Contra-Cocaine Dilemma ... the Hitz
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Gary Webb : Committed suicide .. L.A. Times had never acknowledged that Webb was
substantially correct in his reporting about the Nicaraguan contras role in smuggling cocaine into the
United States in the 1980s. Online J ournal TruthNews That decision
by the L.A. Times when combined with the abusive treatment Webb received from other major news
outlets and his betrayal by his own editors at the San J ose Mercury News had sent Webbs life into a
downward spiral that ended with him shooting himself with his fathers handgun. New York Times
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against President J immy Carter, and was then conveniently "disappeared" along with its crew of 34. The Poet had a complement of 10 officers and 24 crewmen when it set sail from
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WASHINGTON - While Argentina's military junta was suppressing dissidents in 1976, Secretary of State Henry Kissinger told the country's foreign minister, "If there are things that have to
be done, you should do themquickly," according to a newly declassified document. The conversation left Argentine generals with the belief that Kissinger gave them"a carte blanche for
the dirty war," said Carlos Osorio of the National Security Archives. The foreign policy research center obtained the documents that were being released Friday.
But a former State Department official who attended Kissinger's meeting in J une 1976 with Argentina's foreign minister, Adm. Cesar Augusto Guzzetti, said that view was "a distortion of
history." "It's a canard," said William D. Rogers, vice chair of Kissinger's lobbying firm, Kissinger Associates. "The idea that he would tell another country to violate human rights quickly
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that the United States would not tolerate abuses. Kissinger would not have contradicted those public statements during a private meeting, Rogers said. "That's fatal to diplomatic discourse."
He said Guzzetti's English was shaky, which could have led to misunderstandings. Einaudi's notes say Guzzetti spoke Spanish to Kissinger, but it's not clear if Guzzetti used an interpreter to
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Obama administration fingerprints on Ecuador coup attempt ... October 2010 --
Using the standard CIA playbook on toppling democratically-elected governments in Latin America, the Obama administration, which was not happy with Ecuadorian President Rafael
Correa's moves to increase state control over oil companies in the nation and his decision to oust the United States military from its airbase at Manta, appears to have suffered a major defeat
in the failed coup attempt in Ecuador by police officers and Air Force personnel who were backed by rightist elements in the National Assembly and business community. Correa was re-
elected with an overwhelming majority last year after he gave the U.S. military its walking papers from the Manta airbase. The Pentagon and CIA have been working to topple Correa ever
since by pumping money into opposition political parties and other groups through NGOs funded by the U.S. National Endowment for Democracy.
In a statement from Correa after his rescue from the Police Hospital in Quito by a military special operations team, the president warned of a larger conspiracy launched against him by his
political opposition, saying the "attempt at destabilization is the result of a strategy that has been brewing for quite some time. A barrage of messages and misinformation have been given to
the National Police, which today has been realized through violent actions from a conspiracy attempt."
Correa's predecessor, the pro-U.S. Lucio Gutierrez, who is wedded to foreign oil company interests in the country, was accused by the government of covertly supporting the police and Air
Force mutineers.
Although Secretary of State Hillary Clinton issued a weak statement saying the United States backed Correa, it came one day after Clinton heaped praise on former Secretary of State Henry
Kissinger, the person who helped to craft the September 11, 1973 coup in Chile and the assassination of its progressive president Salvador Allende. In fact, Clinton and Obama had given
military and political support to the right-wing junta that ousted democratically-elected progressive President Manuel Zelaya in Honduras in J une 2009 and has fought against allowing the
ousted democratically-elected president of Haiti, J ean-Bertrand Aristide, to return to his country from exile in South Africa after the CIA-engineered coup against him in 2004.
Clinton's tepid response to the attempted coup against Correa was in marked contrast to the strong denunciations of the attempted coup and messages of support for Correa that came from
Venezuela, Brazil, Argentina, Peru, Mexico, Bolivia, Cuba, and Spain.
And the fact that Correa, like Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, who was briefly ousted in an April 2002 coup organized by the CIA, was held as a virtual hostage at the Police Hospital in
Quito for the greater part of a day provided a grim reminder of an old CIA tactic in staging coups in Latin America. Chavez was briefly held hostage on a Venezuelan island in the
Caribbean while a U.S.-registered plane stood by to fly him into exile. In an emergency Latin American summit meeting in Argentina, Chavez saw the U.S. behind the events in Ecuador.
He said, "The Yankee extreme right is trying right now, through arms and violence, to retake control of the continent." Chavez's own experience with a CIA backed coup and the J une 2009
coup, supported by the Pentagon, CIA, and Mossad against his ally Zelaya in Honduras, makes him an expert on CIA and Mossad tactics in the region. Informed sources have told WMR
that Correa and Chavez are currently comparing notes on the coups launched against them.
Ecuadorian intelligence will be looking closely at the wereabouts of key CIA personnel stationed at the CIA station at the US embassy in Quito and a smaller CIA station within the US
Agency for International Development (USAID) mission in Guayaquil. In the 2002 coup attempt against Chavez, the US embassy's top CIA and DIA officers were discovered to be helping
to direct the coup from Venezuelan military installations.
Clinton's State Department has been casting Ecuador in a bad light throughout the past two years, calling the country "difficult to do business in," the only real priority that the Obama
administration cares about due to its total subservience to Wall Street and the fat cat bankers. The State Department's "Investment Climate Statement" for Ecuador states: "Ecuador can be a
difficult place in which to do business. . . There are restrictions or limitations on private investment in many sectors that apply equally to domestic and foreign investors . . . A 2006
hydrocarbons law imposed new conditions in the petroleum sector that have been problematic for many companies, complicated by a 2007 decree that imposed additional restrictions. A
2008 mining mandate stalled mining activity, and a new Mining Law is expected in early 2009. Negotiations for a free trade agreement between the United State and Ecuador, which would
have included investment provisions, stopped in April 2006. The current Government of Ecuador has not expressed interest in restarting negotiations." Correa's financial policies, as well as
his foreign policy that saw him order out the American base at Manta and establish close ties with Venezuela, Iran, and other countries inimical to American and Israeli hegemony, placed a
huge CIA and Mossad target on Correa's back. In J une, Ecuador sponsored a resolution at the Organization of American State (OAS) summit in Lima condemning Israel's attack on the
Turkish aid flotilla transporting humanitarian aid to Gaza. Ten nations voted with Ecuador in support of the resolution.
The uprising among Ecuadorian Air Force ranks, with Air Force personnel taking over and shutting down Quito's international airport, will have Ecuadorian counter-intellligence personnel
looking closely at the possible role of Israeli technicians and trainers who support the Air Force's 26 Israeli-made Kfir combat planes. Israel also reportedly sold Python-3 air-to-air missile
to the Ecuadorian Air Force in 1997.
Mossad also has its hooks into the Ecuadorian National Police, where the main coup plotters received support/ Mossad is chiefly tasked with spying on Ecuador's large Ecuadorian-Arab
community. The activities of the Mossad station at the Israeli embassy in Quito before and during the coup attempt will also draw the attention of counter-intelligence officers. Last year, Tel
Aviv-based On Track Innovations received a contract to provide an electronic biometric-based electronic identification card system to Ecuador's Central Registry Office.

WayneMadsenReport: "December 18, 2006 -- Ecuadorian President-elect Rafael Correa, who has called George W. Bush a "dimwit," is vowing to toss the U.S.
out of its "forward operating location" base at Manta after the lease expires in 2009. The base, billed as a "counter narcotics" base, is actually a U.S. special
military operations and support base that is used to conduct anti-population operations in Peru, Bolivia, and Colombia. Manta was also used as a support base in
the abortive U.S.-supported military coup against Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez in April 2002. The loss of Manta will likely result in an increased U.S.
military presence in neighboring Colombia, a longtime base of operations for anti-leftist military operations being conducted by U.S. special forces and private
military contractors"
Counterpunch "J ohn Paul was profoundly political, always on the side of the powerful in Latin America and in Spain. He never touched on the political causes of
poverty, he marginalized and ostracized the mass religious movements in Latin America that called for major social reforms in favor of the poor, and (with
Cardinal Ratzinger, the guardian of the Church orthodoxy) he condemned such movements, ordering their leading figures Gustavo Gutierrez, Leonardo Boff,
J on Sobrino, and others to remain silent. Bishop Romero wrote in his personal notes that, when he denounced the brutal repression carried out by the fascist
dictatorship in El Salvador, the Pope reprimanded him for not being sufficiently balanced in his criticisms of the Salvadorian dictatorship, whom J ohn Paul
referred to as the legitimate government of El Salvador. ... In Spain, J ohn Paul was political to an extreme. He was openly supportive of the post-Francoist
party, the Popular Party (whose founder is Fraga Iribarne, ex-Minister of the Interior of the Franco fascist regime) and just a few months before his death he
gave a speech against the Zapatero government that was actually written by the proPopular Party leadership of the Spanish Church. Although he opposed the
invasion of Iraq and the bombing of the Iraqi population, he never condemned the Franco regime (which the Spanish Church supported), nor did he ever
condemn the bombing of Spain's civilian population by the Franco Air Force, with the help of German Nazi bombers. When he was asked to condemn the
bombing of Spanish cities by the Church-supported fascist forces of Spain, he declined to do so."




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ECUADOR GETS CHAVEZ'D top
By Greg Palast
Excerpted from The Nation
16 May 2005
Quito] George Bush has someone new to hate. Only twenty-four hours
after Ecuador's new president took his oath of office, he was hit by a
diplomatic cruise missile fired all the way from Lithuania by Condoleezza
Rice, then wandering about Eastern Europe spreading "democracy." Condi
called for ?a constitutional process to get to elections,? which came
as a bit of a shock to the man who'd already been constitutionally
elected, Alfredo Palacio.
What had Palacio done to get our Secretary of State's political
knickers in a twist? It's the oil--and the bonds.
This nation of only 13 million souls at the world's belly button is
rich, sitting on at least 4.4 billion barrels of oil in known reserves,
and probably much more. Yet 60 percent of its citizens live in brutal
poverty; a lucky minority earn the "minimum" wage of $153 a month.
The obvious solution--give the oil money to the Ecuadoreans without
money--runs smack up against paragraph III-1 the World Bank's 2003
Structural Adjustment ProgramLoan. The diktat is marked "FOR OFFICIAL USE
ONLY," which "may not be disclosed" without World Bank
authorization. TheNation.com has obtained a copy.
The secret loan terms require Ecuador to pay bondholders 70 percent of
the revenue received from any spike in the price of oil. The result:
Ecuador must give up the big bucks from the Iraq War oil price surge.
Another twenty percent of the oil windfall is set aside for
"contingencies" (i.e., later payments to bondholders). The document specifies that
Ecuador may keep only 10 percent of new oil revenue for expenditures on
social services.
I showed President Palacio the World Bank documents. He knew their
terms well. "If we pay that amount of debt," he told me, "we're dead. We
have to survive." He argued, with logic, "If we die, who is going to pay
them?"
We met two weeks ago in the Carondelet Palace where, on April 20, his
predecessor had disappeared out the back door to seek asylum in
Brazil. A crowd of 100,000 protesters had surrounded the building, seeking the
arrest of fugitive president Lucio Gutierrez.
"Sucio Lucio" (Dirty Lucio, as the graffiti tags him) had won election
in 2002 promising to break away from the supposedly voluntary austerity
plan imposed by the World Bank. Then, within a month of taking
office, Gutierrez flew to Washington. There he held hands with George Bush
(a photo infamous in Quito) and US Treasury officials instructed him in
the financial facts of life. Lucio returned to Quito, reneged on his
campaign promises and tightened the austerity measures including raising
the price of cooking gas. The public, after a dispirited delay,
revolted.
Last month, once Lucio fled, the nation's congress recognized the
vacancy in Ecuador's Oval Office and filled it with the elected vice
president, in accordance with the Constitution.
Given the oil windfall, Palacio sees no need to follow Gutierrez' path
to economic asphyxiation. "It is impossible that they condemn us not to
have health, not to have education," he told me. He made it clear that
handing over 90 percent of his nation's new oil wealth would not stand.
That's not what the Bush Administration wanted to hear.
Outside the presidential palace, indigenous women in bowler hats and
pigtails chanted, "FUERA TODOS! FUERA TODOS!" Everyone out. As far as
they are concerned, every one of the seven presidents who have entered
office in the past nine years has sold themout to the bondholders, to
the oil companies, to the World Bank and its austerity punishments. To
them, Palacio is bound to be just another in a long line of
disappointments.
I asked the president what he would do if the World Bank and the Bush
Administration nix his request for Ecuador to keep an extra tiny
percentage of its oil money. Mindful that no Ecuadorean president since 1996
has served out his term, Palacio told me simply: "There is no way. There
is no other way. These people have to listen to us."
********
Read the entire story at www.TheNation.com
Hear and view Palast's special report from Ecuador this week on Amy
Goodman's Democracy Now!
Greg Palast is the author of The Best Democracy Money Can Buy. View
more photos and video of his investigations in Ecuador and South America
at www.gregpalast.com/ecuador.html
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Following his script from Langley, Obama re-launches the Contras against Nicaragua, October 18, 2010 --
WMR In an almost carbon copy of Ronald Reagan's covert policies in Latin America, President Obama has not only authorized CIA-planned coups in
Honduras and Ecuador, but has, according to our sources in Costa Rica, re-launched a new generation of Contras to destabilize the Sandinista
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government of President Daniel Ortega in Nicaragua.
As in the 1980s, the Contras are operating from Honduras, which, after the CIA's and Mossad's ouster of President Manuel Zelaya, is now a safe
operating base for the Nicaraguan rightists, and Costa Rica, which is now governed by a right-wing administration, including a pro-Israeli Vice
President, Luis Lieberman Ginsburg, who has authorized the Costa Rican Intelligence and Security Directorate (DIS) to work with Mossad to wiretap
phone lines, emails, and web sites to ensure the success of the Contra activities being directed against Ortega.
The pro-U.S. docile governments of Costa Rican President Laura Chinchilla, Honduran President Porfirio Lobo, and Panamanian President Ricardo
Martinelli are reportedly supporting the CIA and Mossad operations in Nicaragua. Martinelli is one of Israel's few allies in Latin America and he
condemned the UN's Goldstone Report on Israel's invasion and genocide in Gaza. Under Martinelli, Israeli training programs for the Panamanian
National Police have increased.
Nicaragua is seeing a surge in "civil society" activity, most notably operated by the CIA-connected US Agency for International Development (USAID),
the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) and its components, and George Soros's various non-governmental organization (NGO) contrivances,
including the Movement for Nicaragua. WMR's Costa Rica sources point to two USAID-linked contractors being involved in the covert activities in
Costa Rica, Tetra Tech International, which has a substantial historical link to the CIA, particularly in the Middle East, and DPK Consulting, which is
not only active in Costa Rica but also in Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, and Venezuela.
Ortega, who is barred from running for re-election next year, is now being faced with the same CIA, Mossad, and NGO construct that forced Zelaya
from office in Honduras. Last month, Ortega reinstated a 1987 constitutional provision, known as Law 201, that permits judges and other government
officials to stay in office beyond their terms until replacements can be appointed. The U.S.-backed opposition is now crying foul in a manner similar to
the proposed constitutional referendum that was used to force Zelaya from office in Honduras.
U.S. ambassador to Honduras Hugo Llorens is the key player in providing support to the neo-Contras and to ensure that the Honduran resistance
movement to the Lobo regime does not receive asssistance from the Ortega government across the border in Nicaragua and vice versa. Lloren's role is
similar to that of J ohn Negroponte during the Reagan administration, complete with CIA-backed death squads in Honduras resuming assassinations of
student and labor leaders, as well as journalists.
U.S. covert activities in Honduras and Nicaragua are staged out of the Palmerola airbase in Honduras and are coordinated largely by Col. Robert W.
Swisher, the US Defense Attache at the U.S. embassy in Tegucigalpa. Williams Brands is the USAID coordinator who provides U.S. funds from the
Office of Transition Initiatives to NGOs acting on behalf of U.S. intelligence. Silvia Eiriz, the political officer, is also reportedly the CIA station chief
who coordinates the anti-Ortega activity with her counterpart in Managua. The anti-Ortega operation in Nicaragua is primarily the responsibility of U.S.
ambassador Robert Callahan, an old CIA hand who goes back to assisting Negroponte with the running of the death squads in Tegucigalpa in the 1980s.
The Nicaraguan opposition is now engaged in "false flag" street violence using bogus Sandinistas in classic "false flag" action carried out on behalf of
the CIA and Mossad stations in Managua. The Sandinsta movement has also been split, thanks to CIA and NGO interference, into pro-Ortega and anti-
Ortega factions. Similar activities on the Colombian-Venezuelan border have been carried out against civilian targets in Colombia and then blamed on
Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) working with Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez. In fact, the attacks are carried out by Israeli and
British commandos dressed in FARC uniforms, according to our Latin American sources. The operati0n is designed to force Chavez from office by tying
him to terrorists. The Venezuelan Directorate of Intelligence and Prevention Services (DISIP) has tied the phony FARC attacks in Colombia to media
propaganda operations orchestrated by Venezuela's J ewish community leaders working closely with opposition-controlled media in Venezuela, as well as
media in the United States and Europe.
The CIA and Mossad are funding their neo-Contras with proceeds from the growing drug trade in Honduras and Costa Rica. As a result, drug-related
murders are increasing on both sides of the Nicaraguan-Costa Rican and Nicaraguan-Honduran borders.When he was in power in Honduras, Zelaya
reduced the drug trade.
In Honduras and Costa Rica, customs officials now look the other way as Israeli private security personnel, mostly ex-Israeli commandos, guard half
length trucks without license plates that are moving drugs and weapons from Honduras and Costa Rica into Nicaragua to support the new Contras
gearing up to fight the Sandinistas prior to next year's election.
Key border crossing points for the Israelis are in the Peas Blancas National Park of Costa Rica and Cardenas, Nicaragua on Lake Nicaragua. The Penas
Blancas area was a hotbed of Contra activity during the Reagan administration's secret war against Nicaragua.
On the Nicaraguan-Honduran border, an ex-Contra named "Comandante J ahob" is planning to start an armed conflict against Nicaragua if Ortega does
not leave office next year. Commandante J ahob, whose real name is J os Gabriel Garmendia, is reportedly acting along with CIA and Mossad
commandos in Honduras and with the knowledge of the Honduran regime imposed by the Obama administration last year. Old CIA bases in Honduras
that once supported the Contras in the 1980s, are reportedly being reactivated.
Costa Rican police and DIS personnel are allegedly involved in the cross-border trafficking. Currently, a Colombian bank is being used to buy up land
along the Costa Rican-Nicaraguan border ostensibly for "tourist" purposes but the $2 billion project is designed to establish staging areas for renewed
Contra warfare in Nicaragua if the Sandinistas remain in power beyond the 2011 election. The US private military contractor Dyncorp is also involved in
providing assistance to the Contras using the cover of "humanitarian assistance."
On J uly 6, 2010, WMR reported: "After conducting its successful coup d'etat in Honduras against President Manuel Zelaya, the imperialistic Barack
Obama administration is now bent on ousting Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega by massing a huge U.S. Coast Guard and Marine Corps presence in
neighboring Costa Rica, a base of operations for Reagan administration-backed CIA operations in the 1980s in support of the Nicaraguan contras.
Costa Rican government officials, including President Laura Chinchilla, Vice President Luis Lieberman Ginsburg, Security Minister J ose Maria Tijerino,
counter-narcotics commissioner Mauricio Boraschi, and the Costa Rican Congress agreed to Operation J oint Patrol, which will see 7,000 US Marines, 46
mainly U.S. Coast Guard vessels, and 200 helicopters and 10 combat aircraft descend on Costa Rica, which does not have a military force, from J uly 1
to December 31."

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