Thursday, May 15, 2014

Miami and the Tea Party against dialogue in Venezuela

Ramón Guillermo Aveledo has announced that the MUD will “freeze” its participation in the UNASUR and Vatican sponsored talks with the government. According to Aveledo dialogue is no longer possible under continued government repression of student protests.

President Maduro has another explanation for Aveledo’s announcement: he claims that the opposition is being pressurized by its foreign bosses into walking out of the dialogue sessions.

“Now, after they [the opposition] sat down [at the dialogue sessions], they have received a lot of pressure. I know it. The problem is that I know too much. I know of the pressure their families have received form the extremist sectors of Miami, including threats. And there is [also] the power of money. I know of the pressure that is being exercised by the extremist lobby of the Tea Party”, declared Maduro.

The President also announced that he will meet the UNASUR and Vatican representatives that are in the country, but that this time he will accompanied by Interior Minister Rodriguez Torres, who will show the foreign representatives evidence of what he claims was an attempt by student protesters to “take by assault” the Vatican’s Apostolic Nunciature.

1 comment:

  1. Gee whiz: Why is that so difficult to understand - even somebody who lives in Miami could understand this: The U.S. is determined to expand full spectrum control of NATO over the South Atlantic, South and Central America and Africa. And the NGOs of the U.S., Britain, Germany and other NATO "partners operate hundreds of subversive campaigns in that "Greater South". The conflict in Venezuela is only in the news because it is the primary and most observed - but U.S. and NATO operations executed by NGOs are subverting in all those nations. Take an example - Amnesty International, right now in the news against the government of Nigeria (on the list because of the AFRICOM push southwards (Congo, Mozambique and Angola are next: You read it here first!). Amnestty International in Brazil manipulates the "students" who protest because the "government is not leftist enough" and the "students" in Venezuela because the "government is too far left". The last Secretary General of Amnesty International, Iregen Kahn had an annual salary of about $ 200,000 and in order to prevent the renewal of her contract, she received an extra "good-by" of about $750,000 under the condition that the agreement covering this farewell bonus has to remain secret and cannot be revealed. The NGOs are major geopolitical operators and major business opportunities for the "right people"...


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