Bolivia: The CIA is Already Weaving the Plot for Fraud

Hector Bernardo Bolivia’s Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE) announced that new presidential elections will be held on May 3, 2020. In the current conditions, the elections only seem to have the intention to disguise the de facto government as a democratic one. Its visible face is the self-proclaimed president Jeanine Áñez, the neofascist leader Luis Fernando…

“Color Revolution” Rehearsal in Bolivia Imitates Nicaragua’s Format

Mision Verdad Violent protesters of the Bolivian opposition attack a MAS house in Santa Cruz (Photo: APG) “Since the Armed Forces cannot join the coup d’etat, they use paid youth to attack the MAS campaigns … Who are the anti-Democrats in Bolivia? Where do they come from and what are they preparing?” These were part…

A Brief History of the CIA (and its New Methods) in Venezuela

Misión Verdad There is abundant evidence that exposes the intrusion of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) into the internal affairs of the Latin American region, in the form of coups d’état and the promotion of civil wars. Its operations in Venezuela have been modified over time. From having an undeclared base in the 1960s to…

Guaido’s “Operation Liberty” Based on US Regime Change Manual

Whitney Webb Juan Guaidó, the self-proclaimed “interim president of Venezuela” who is supported by the United States government, recently announced coming “tactical actions” that will be taken by his supporters starting April 6 as part of “Operation Freedom,” an alleged grassroots effort to overthrow Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro. That operation, according to Guaidó, will be…

Five US “Humanitarian Interventions” that Ended in Disaster

Misión Verdad Editor’s note: Since the early months of last year, this platform has been analysing the serious consequences of military interventions for supposedly humanitarian purposes. Now that the Venezuelan opposition, articulated under the absolute tutelage of Washington, is drawing a new “D-Day” (February 23) to introduce “humanitarian aid,” it is convenient to refresh the…

The Religious Crusade of the Southern Command Against Venezuela

Misión Verdad As you know, the Pentagon never stops working. Its work in Latin America and the Caribbean is carried out by SOUTHCOM, which aims to safeguard U.S. military interests in the region. These are reflected in the document presented by Admiral Craig S. Faller (Posture Statement 2019), commander of the Southern Command, before the…

Venezuela: If I Were the Invader

José Roberto Duque If I were the invader, I would already have organized the penetration actions of multinational troops, ready to act and attack within the territory of Venezuela. Those troops would come organized in battalions under the aspect of plain carriers of bags and boxes, hypothetically containing food. Some would wear the respective uniforms…

CIA in Venezuela: 7 Rules for Regime Change

Jefferson Morley As President Trump pulls U.S. troops out of Syria and Afghanistan, his secretary of state Mike Pompeo and national security adviser John Bolton are taking their frustrated interventionist impulses south to Venezuela. Why Venezuela, a country of 32 million people on the north coast of South America? The country poses no threat to…

NED, the Uyghurs and the US Conflict with China

Godfree Roberts The escalating trade war against China, threats of sanctions over allegations of Uyghur detention camps in Xinjiang, threats of sanctions if China buys Russian defense equipment, all is aimed at disruption of the sole emerging threat to a Washington global order. How China’s authorities are trying to deal with this full assault is…

Nicaragua and the Limits of Tolerance

Stephen Sefton For three months starting on April 18th this year, Nicaragua’s political opposition and their allies terrorized people across the country. In well coordinated attacks, using firearms and arson, they destroyed or severely damaged offices of central government and local authorities in over a dozen cities. They attacked ambulances, invaded hospitals and schools and…

USAID to End Operations in Occupied Palestinian Territories

Gaza remains under a decade-long Israeli military blockade which has thrown the enclave into a humanitarian crisis. | Photo: Reuters Since Israel’s founding in 1948, an endless battle for both parties to exist has ensued. Palestinians have been unable to recover. The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has announced that all operations in…