Saturday, July 14, 2018

Plot to Assassinate Lacava

On July 6 the authorities of the Universidad de Carabobo publically asked the chavista governor of Carabobo State, Rafael Lacava, to take urgent actions to solve the security problems of the crime ridden campus of the university. “Mr. Governor Rafael Lacava, the university is calling you, as head of state of this region: the government is responsible for the security of the members of this school,” said Divo de Romero, the university’s rector.

The next day governor Lacava answered in a video posted via Twitter (@rafaellacava10) in which he accused Divo, and the secretary of the university, of being “thieves.” He also promised the students of the university that he would take back the school from the current authorities. “There will soon be surprises,” added the governor.

On July 11, Divo said she had been taken by police officers to the regional headquarters of the SEBIN (Bolivarian Intelligence Service) and questioned about her participation in an alleged plot to topple the government of Nicolas Maduro and to assassinate governor Lavaca and his family.

Divo denied being part of any such conspiracy and was released the same day.

The Venezuelan Association of University Rectors (AVERU) published a statement denouncing the “harassment and political persecution by SEBIN of which rector Jessy Divo has been victim.”

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Master of Science in Philosophy of War

Ex-mayor of Caracas and leader of the PSUV, Freddy Bernal, announced yesterday via Twitter (@FreddyBernal) that he has successfully defended his thesis project for a Master of Science in Philosophy of War. The complete title of the project is: “The Local Committees for Supply and Production (CLAP). A philosophical response to the war machine from the perspective of Deleuze and Guattari: an ontological approach.”

“I hope to make a good conceptual and theoretical contribution to my beloved fatherland and to the Bolivarian Revolution,” wrote Bernal.

Congratulations, Freddy Bernal! We look forward to reading this important academic contribution.


Monday, July 9, 2018

People’s Army and Prolonged Popular War

Ruling socialist party (PSUV) leader and pro-government Constitutive Assembly member Pedro Carreño believes that, in the case of a conflict with the United States “or Colombia,” the new “military doctrine” of Venezuela should be “the war waged by all the people.”

Carreño says he has a proposal to “integrate the party (PSUV) to the prolonged popular war. [There are] 13,682 Bolívar-Chávez Battle Units (UBCH), each UBCH will form a platoon.” The UBCH are the electoral mobilization units of the PSUV.

Carreño offered himself as one of the leaders of this new people’s army: “I call all patriots to look at themselves in the mirror of Sadam Hussein and Gadhafi. We the leaders need to set the example of suffering and restlessness and tell the world that our luck is bound to the luck of the people.”

On the economic war front, Carreño declared that inflation in Venezuela is “totally induced,” and therefore the country needs to take “war actions.” These actions would be directed against the Web portal dolartoday:

Comandante Chávez left us [armed forces] with excellent electronic war units to hack all dolartoday and similar pages, which generate an increase in the Dollar-Bolívar reference. […] We need to inoculate them with a thousand Trojans.”    

Thursday, June 28, 2018

A Real Plot! Failed…

A real conspiracy to overthrow Maduro is behind the arrests of several active military in the last months, according to Bloomberg’s Ethan Bronner, Andrew Rosati, and Fabiola Zerpa. The failed plot, code-named Operation Constitution, wanted to capture Maduro and put him on trial. Bloomberg reporters interviewed one escaped conspirator, who claims the plot was betrayed by a double agent. The government has been trying to link opposition leader Maria Corina Machado with the plot, but Bloomberg’s source denies that link.

“Bottom line,” says Bloomberg Businessweek, “A military coup to topple Venezuelan President Maduro -the most serious threat he’s faced in his five years in office- was quashed when dozens of plotters were arrested.”

Saturday, June 16, 2018

Colombian Government Planning a War against Venezuela

“A series of military incidents and provocations are being prepared by the Colombian government of Juan Manuel Santos, from the Colombian territory and inside the Venezuelan territory, in order to generate an armed conflict between Colombia and Venezuela,” Maduro told National Bolivarian Armed Forces officers yesterday during a ceremony.

The Venezuelan armed forces should therefore be on guard, Maduro said: “I ask you, military officers of Venezuela, to raise your guard, be on the alert all along the Colombia-Venezuelan border. Operational Strategic High Command, take all the intelligence, counter-intelligence and logistical measures to nullify any provocation or incident that the outgoing Colombian government would like to leave behind as a rotten pot  against the Colombian Venezuelan relations.”

Maduro also asked the Colombian security forces not to be part of its government plot: “From here I send a message to the Colombian military, to the Colombian police forces, not to lend themselves to the dirty dealings [marramucias], the traps that the outgoing Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos wants to leave incubating: a military conflict, doing the errand for the North American Imperialism against the independent and sovereign Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela. I trust you, Colombian military, not to lend yourselves to a conflict between brothers.”      

Friday, May 25, 2018

Maduro Reveals Military Conspiracy

The Bolivarian Armed Forces high command has again publically pledged loyalty to Nicolás Maduro, reelected president on the 20 May elections, boycotted and denounced as a fraud by most of the opposition.

In a statement called “Proclama de Lealtad y Compromiso” read during the pledge ceremony by a middle ranking officer, the armed forces were defined as “Bolivarian, Zamoristas, Chavistas, anti-imperialists, and anti-oligarchic.”

“You [Maduro] can count on the loyalty and commitment of these patriotic soldiers to continue on your side on this stoic battle against imperialism. We are firmly committed to the continued construction of a great, socialist, free and sovereign fatherland, ruled by the principles of social justice, equality, common wellbeing, solidarity and peace,” read the statement.

Maduro thanked the armed forces for their loyalty and said that the Proclama should be signed by all officers and published. But he also warned of a conspiracy by the United States and Colombia. “In the last weeks we have dismantled a conspiracy financed by Colombia and encouraged by the United States to divide the Armed Forces and to stop the May 20 elections,” he said.

He also said that the leaders of the conspiracy have been arrested and that security forces are still searching for its main “financial backer” [financiasta].

Local media has reported that at least 38 military officers have been arrested in the past two weeks. Miguel Rodríguez Torres, Chavez’ ex defense minister has been under arrest since March 13 on charges of “espionage, conspiracy, and instigation to commit crimes.”

The arrested military officers “have confessed and have been convicted, they sold themselves to Colombia to betray the Bolivarian Armed Forces. ¡Be all on alert! ¡Do not drop your guard! This is a time for combat. They wanted to affect our elections and democracy: the North American empire, the Colombian oligarchy,” said Maduro.

Sunday, May 6, 2018

Critical Chavistas have their own conspiracy theories

“In Venezuela’s political scene of the last 20 years, nothing has happened by chance,” claims Javier Antonio Vivas Santanta in his most recent article published by

Aporrea, a chavista Web portal has increasingly become a space for critical chavismo. The term usually applies to people who defend the “legacy” of the Comandante and claim that president Maduro has betrayed that legacy.

Conspiracy theories about Maduro’s true intentions are an important part of critical chavismo. Vivas Santana, for example, is not shy to call his own analysis a Teoría madurista de la conspiración contra Chávez.

According to Vivas Santana, Maduro´s conspiracy against Chávez, which includes Diosdado Cabello as co-conspirator, began way back in 1999 with the approval of the Bolivarian Constitution. The fact that now president Maduro has convened a new Constitutive Assembly in order to “abolish” that Constitution is evidence, for the author, of Maduro’s intentions, since that year, of stablishing a “neo-totalitarian project”.

Russia’s Vladimir Putin is the main “international connection” of Maduro’s conspiracy. “Why did not Putin invite Chávez, as Lula DaSilva did from Brazil, to treat his cancer in Moscow if he was then Russia’s prime minister?” asks suspiciously Vivas Santana. “It becomes evident that the origins of the conspiracy against Chávez had tow clear long term aims,” answers the author, “The first was the abrogation of the 1999 Constitution in order to ‘legally’ implement neo-totalitarianism. The second was to sell PDVSA [Venezuela’s oil company] and hand our oil, gas, mineral, and gold reserves to international groups, mainly Russian and Chinese, as a way to consolidate power with the help of foreign governments with unipersonal political systems and with enough power within the UN Security Council.”

Vivas Santana promises a second part to his piece. In it he will consider “if the cancer that affected the Bolivarian leader was really murder.”

Friday, March 30, 2018

Deadly cell fire could be part of opposition terrorist plot

Most Venezuelans first learned of several deaths in a police station in Valencia, in the early hours of Wednesday 29, via declarations of the director of a local NGO Una Ventana a la Libertad

So far, several media outlets are reporting 68 deaths in a confusing incident in which prisoners apparently first shot a police officer on the leg and then tried to escape by putting their mattresses on fire. General prosecutor Tarek William Saab has confirmed the news and has said his office will launch an investigation immediately. The news however, is still missing from the Agencia Venezolana de Noticias front webpage.

Aporrea webpage commentator Jesús Silva R. (@Jesus_Silva_R) has a theory of what could have happened yesterday:

“I am asking for a criminal investigation about all that could have happened in PoliCarabobo, and that all possible criminal scripts be examined, including that agents of the Venezuelan terrorist opposition could have provoked a presumed violent event in the said placed. This is the directions my suspicions are taking me as a criminalistic expert and a lawyer of the common people.”

Silva’s suspicions were sparked by the fact that “trash NGOs” were airing the news before government officials. This is important because it compromises Venezuela’s State security, claims Silva, as “together with North Korea and Syria, Venezuela is the most smeared country by the propaganda media international apparatus…”

Hours before publishing his article in Aporrea, Silva tweeted: “What is being said about PoliCarabobo is FALSE. NO deaths. NO one wounded. NO fire. NO mutiny. Only opposition war and LIES via Twitter.”      

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

UN Leftist Conspiracy in Support of Maduro

Another one from the opposition:

Monica Corrales (@monicacorrales) warns in this video that we need be aware that the “international left” has been very cunning in infiltrating international organizations with its cadres. The current Secretary-general of the United Nations, António Guterres, is one of these infiltrated cadres, according to Corrales. The evidence for this is Guterres’ militancy in the Portuguese Socialist Party and his friendship with Brazil’s ex-president Lula da Silva.

Terrifying consequences ensue for Venezuela. The most obvious, for Corrales, is that Guterres is using his experience as the UN High Commissioner for Refugees in 2005 to push for the creation of humanitarian camps for Venezuelan refugees in Brazil and Colombia. These camps, argues Corrales, apart from being big business, would imply “the long-term recognition of the Maduro regime” and would incite a “massive exodus” from Venezuela. Even worse, the exodus could be the tool by which the Venezuelan government would infiltrate its neighbors with “Islamic terrorists”.

Sunday, February 25, 2018

Electric War and Sabotage

President Maduro has told the Bolivarian Armed Forces, he will create a special plan against what he called the “the sabotage of the national electric system.”

“From today on I will be working on this plan,” said Maduro. Latter in the same speech he clarified that he himself would not be designing the plan, instead he asked the Armed Forces to present him with “a special plan against the sabotage and the war against the electric system, because right-wingers want to boycott the elections [presidential elections, April 22], and they have a plan to attack the whole [electric] service.”

Electricity blackouts have left many areas of the country in the dark for hours in several occasions in in recent years. The most recent, on February 22, left 11 states without power for more than 11 hours.

Saturday, February 24, 2018

Opposition plans Kidnappings and Assassinations

State security services SEBIN have detained Luis Alberto Navas Medina and Eligio Arriaz, accused of planning the assassination of the ex-president of Venezuela’s Central Bank, Nelson Merentes. SEBIN’s director, Gustavo González López, claims both detainees are militants of the opposition party Voluntad Popular (VP).

González López declared that these two “terrorists” are “allies” of VP leader Freddy Guevara, who has taken refuge in Chile’s embassy in Caracas since November 2017. VP is the party of the opposition leader Leopoldo López, currently in house arrest.

At one point in his declarations González López claimed that the two “terrorists” wanted to kidnap Nelson Merentes and ransom him for money to finance VP, later he says that their real objective was to kill Merentes as part of “selective assassinations” plan which would include other government officials. González López showed a video, also posted on his Twitter account (@GJGonzalezLopez), of the interrogation of one of the detainees, Luis Alberto Navas, in which he says that Freddy Guevara was the mastermind behind the plan.

On Thursday, president Maduro declared that security services had discovered the plan. “We have recordings, videos, testimonies, and confessions from [militants] of the terrorist party VP, they were preparing the kidnaping and the attack,” said the president.

The Agencia Venezolana de Noticias claims that the supposed plan to kidnap, or assassinate, Merentes is part of “selective killings” of chavista leaders by an opposition that “has constantly used terror as a political strategy, as they did in April 2002, when 19 Venezuelans were killed and dozens wounded, with the aim of generating a constitutional breach and justifying a coup d’état.”

Images showing alleged links between Nava and several VP leaders were also posted by González López:


Tuesday, January 2, 2018

The Jesuit Conspiracy

(Image taken from the blog Descubre lo Imposible)
In December 2013, an article published by Revista SIC, a Venezuelan monthly linked to the Jesuits, warned that the order was becoming the target of conspiracy theorists after the appointment of Jesuit Pope. Most of those theories were reissues of plot stories that date back to the XVIII century. The election of the Venezuelan Arturo Sosa as the Superior General of the order has also fueled theories that the Bolivarian Revolution is a brain child of the Jesuits, part of their global strategy to impose the communist Project of the Paraguay missions left unfinished since the XVIII century.
Many youtube videos and blog articles claim to show this link. Here is one example by Jorge Guerra.

And here is a very long and interesting twitter line published on December 30, 2017 by @GiuseppeNoc, who claims to be writing a book on the subject. The first 43 of the 45 tweets seem to come from information taken from this blog article, but the two last ones make the claim for the link with XXI century socialism:   
0 In this TL I want to talk about the church, in a different context to the usual one. I will talk about the relationship of faith, #Vatican and #Jesuits with what is happening today in Latin America, especially the neo-communist, socialist and progressive currents

1 I consider it is important to do so, because many people think that the church and these tyrannical currents are not related nor they never had anything in common. But in reality, you will see that it is not like that. Here we go:

2 First of all, let us understand something: just as everyone wanted to be friends with the Roman emperor, EVERY leader wants to be a friend of the Pope, and no matter the creed, EVERY politician wants to gain the confidence of the current Pope. The keyword is: INFLUENCE.

3 And it is not a tiny thing; With more than 1,000 million faithful and impressive amounts of churches in the world, their influence is impassable. It has been of course, throughout history. The church, therefore, is on the map of world influence.

4 In the past, for example, between the 12th century and the beginning of the 18th century, the influence of the church was easily noticed, because the Popes came from important families of that time such as Conti, Medici, Orsini and Borgia (or Borja) and others.

5 If you review the long list of Popes in those times, you will notice, the repetition of family names and family ties. Prominent families, who had a life of privileges and I mean riches, of course.

6 Let’s see, in XVI century, something important happened for the church and the world. Ignacio de Loyola, spanish, founds MILITES CHRISTI, better known as company of Jesus or the JESUIT ORDER, with the aim of being "missionaries of the Christian faith and helping evangelize."

7 #Jesuit, IGNACIO DE LOYOLA, the founder of the Jesuit Order, was not a priest, but a high-ranking Spanish OFFICIAL: that is, a MILITARY. Do you mean that the Jesuits at the beginning were armed with a sword under the habit? Yes! Literally

8 In a short time, the success of the Jesuits in the achievement of new "faithful" (note the quotes) was so resounding, that the church gave more and more support, to continue with such a "pristine" mission. It is worth mentioning, EDUCATION, as a strategic point of the Jesuits.

9 So much so, that only after 50 years of its foundation, the Jesuits already controlled hundreds of schools. And after 200 years, there were more than 700 schools administered and controlled.

10 As a good military man of origin, Ignacio De Loyola and those who followed him, they had created a structure that subtly and efficiently recruited members required for the expansion of their own order (beyond the simple evangelization proclaimed initially).

11 Will you wonder how they did it? Immorality, intrigues, frequent crimes and much greed. You see, the Jesuits were not very dear, where they arrived, sooner or later, countries ended up expelling them, of course, when they discovered the indoctrination plans.

12 To give you an idea of Jesuit greed, in 1647, Pope Innocent X said "all the wealth of South America is in the hands of the Jesuits." You wonder what this has to do with the initial topic of communism?

13 In Paraguay from XVI century, Jesuits implemented Reductions (communes) of Guarani Indians under their control, resulting in an experiment that much later would be known in Russia as COMMUNISM. In Paraguay, it was where they created a revolutionary guerrilla for the first time

14 How did the Jesuits found their first guerrilla? In 1750 Spain and Portugal signed a treaty, to establish limits in the South American colonies. Portugal kept the territory where the Jesuits worked exploiting and enslaving the Guarani indians.

15 The Jesuits, of course, were not going to renounce their lands and plantations, so they literally armed their converted Guarani and waged a prolonged WAR OF GUERRILLAS, they obtained the victory and retained the territories "for Spain" (note again the quotes).

16 Would not it have been easier to negotiate with Portugal and stay in those lands? Unlikely, because the Marquis of Pombal, prime minister of Portugal was against the papacy.

17 After the war in Paraguay, the Marquis expelled all the Jesuits from Portugal and their territories, and got Pope Benedict XIV to investigate the Society of Jesus. Something he must have been noticed.

18 The (strategic) error of the Jesuits in Paraguay, produced sequels in Europe, which led the Order to be investigated in several countries. In France they withdrew their property, in Spain, they forbade Jesuit establishments throughout the peninsula and colonies.

19 Governments of Parma, Naples and Malta banished them. King Charles III captured thousands of Jesuits and sent them to Pope Clement XIII who was being pressured by the main European courts to suppress the Order.

20 When Pope Clement XIII was about to approve the definitive suppression of the Order, the pontiff died poisoned (!). With such bad luck for the Jesuits, that Pope Clement XIV immediately came to know the cunning plan, including the issues of resource management.

21 Pope Clement XIV then proceeded in 1773 to expel the Jesuits (ALL) from the Vatican. The strange thing is that a year later, this pope also died poisoned. How weird isn’ t it?

22 The Jesuits (illegally), thanks to the Tsar, continued to operate in Russia, the only country that not complied with the suppression. The Jesuits (as usual) sought that the education of the Russians will remain in their hands, even when the Tsar professed religious freedom.

23 Finally, they succeeded in converting various members of the Tsar's family and some of his ministers to Catholicism, which caused, among others, that the Tsar banished them in 1820 from all Russia.

24 #Jesuits swore to return. Remember that a century later they took revenge on the tsar's house bringing the Bolshevik revolution to Russia, plunging the Russian citizenship into socialist slavery, the same plan they had already tried in the viceroyalty of La Plata (Paraguay).

25 The expulsion of 1773, did not last long. In the early 1800s a process of "restoration" was carried out, and the Jesuits were again admitted into the Vatican organization. And at 1824 Pope Leon XII, gives to the Jesuits the power over the educational system (formal delivery).

26 With the management of the educational system, in a complete and integral way (not only schools), they define everything. The education system of today, the years of studies, subjects, areas of knowledge, ... follows the same postulates of the Jesuits of 200 years ago.

27 Since 1870 as well as schools and institutions for children and young people, Jesuits have authority over all Catholic Universities of the world.

28 Contrary to their military origin, the Jesuits preached the doctrine of Jesus, it was to be expected, therefore "turn the other cheek", "love your enemy" and everything else ... it was as normal as all days, obviously only for the faithful ...

29 The Jesuits preach the gospel, with a variant : instead of the traditional story of sin and salvation, the “ignacian” /jesuit culture seeks to "empty out" of the sinful aspect (they say they achieve it), to allow the body to enter of Christ (in that existential void).

30 A part of the existential vacuum, is to have (according to them) the "authentic" existence, through obedience to the hierarchy. Obedience that is also absolute; If the superior tells you that white is black, there is no right to reply. For that they have, they do "exercises".

31 The other part of the search for "emptied" indicates that besides obeying, it must be filled with knowledge, in order to be able to command. Obeying for a Jesuit means obeying what hierarchical authority commands at that moment. Notice they seem, of course, a military order.

32 It is very common for the authority to order a jesuit to command, in a specific area, where his mission will be. That’s why, if you have the opportunity to meet a Jesuit, you will know that they are highly trained and prepared people, for command and direction tasks.

33 Consequently, the Jesuits have extensive knowledge in different branches of the human arts, almost all btw.

34 On the other hand, it would be very difficult to achieve this effect of control, in adults with their own education. An adult person, already formed, who can not easily be led to the state of "emptiness" preached by the Jesuits.

35 This is the fundamental reason, why, to control education from an early age, was the key, so that the Jesuit strategy devised by its founder, could have the expected success.

36 Historically, beyond the Pope we all know “white Pope”, there is another figure that is known as the "black Pope", it is the GENERAL OF THE COMPANY OF JESUS or Father General. He is the most influential person after the Pope we know.

37 There have been 31 of these GENERALS throughout the almost 500 years of existence of this congregation. Remember, the Jesuits were not born of a priest, but of a soldier.

38 It is important to say that the current Pope is Jesuit (Bergoglio) and Father General is of course a Jesuit, venezuelan Arturo Sosa and a long list of Jesuits in many countries, are provincial fathers or apostolic nuncios or presidents of their respective Episcopal Conference.

39 This situation, where both supreme heads of the Vatican are Jesuits, is certainly the first time that it occurs in the 2000 years of the church.

40 In summary the Jesuits have taken POWER in the Vatican on almost all local fronts (within the Vatican City), as well as the international fronts (the respective countries).

41 It was the Jesuits who carried out the first social experiments in South America, practical trials that decades later, would be known in Russia, as communism.

42 Marx, Lenin, Stalin and other characters were trained by Jesuits, as is (it is said) Fidel Castro Ruz. Therefore, we are in the presence of tyrants, who were trained, by expert investigators of human behavior, throughout history: the JESUIT.

43 It must be understood that the Jesuits have been: a- Influence on politics and economies in many countries b- Precursors of socialist and communist projects and similar ideas c- (Today) They are aligned with modern agendas considered globalist

44 In this resurrection of communism (misnamed SSXXI), it must be understood that faith, the divine, the paranormal, or just praying, will not serve against tyranny. Because the tyranny of the SSXXI has the experience of +500 years knowing its victim.

45 Only by knowing the true enemy, (SSXXI socialism of XXI century for his spanish abbreviation) with strategic and forceful actions, truly uniting the citizenship, against the oppressive forces, will we be able to dream again with freedom.

(Image from @GiuseppeNoc Twitter line)