Monday, February 09, 2009

False flag ops in Venezuela


Mossad and the CIA are very busy in Venezuela.

1. Two students who are leading the opposition to Hugo Chavez appear to have Jewish origins.

These are Diego Aaron Scharifker and David Smolansky Urosa. (Venezuela campaign gets rough)

Student leader Yon Goicoechea accepted $500,000 prize in 2008 from the Cato Institute in Washington.

"Between Chávez and the students receiving the gringo dollars, I'll take Chávez," said María Encarnación Contreras, 58, a housewife. (Venezuela campaign gets rough)

2. It looks like Mossad recently attacked a synagogue in Caracas, in order to make it look like Chavez cannot keep law and order.

Venezuelan investigators have arrested security officials from the synagogue in connection with the attack on the synagogue. (Venezuela arrests 11, including 7 police agents, over synagogue attack)

Venezuela by Alfon...* /by +BP

3. People disguised as pro-Chávez partisans, riding motorcycles, have carried out tear-gas attacks on the home of a television executive, the papal diplomatic mission, and municipal and media buildings. (Venezuela campaign gets rough)

The aim is to make it look as if Chavez cannot keep law and order. This is a classic CIA tactic.

Chavez has ordered the security forces to detain Valentín David Santana who has taken credit for most of the tear gas attacks.

4. Thousands of right-wingers, many of them Jewish, have taken part in a march against Chavez.

Simón Bolívar, liberator of not only Venezuela, but also Colombia, Panama, Ecuador, Bolivia, and Peru

5. The media is being used to undermine Chavez. However, the truth does manage to get out. tells us of 10 Years of Progress in Venezuela

Chavez has been in power for ten years and “Bolivarian Revolution” has brought sustained economic growth, and a huge expansion of health care and other social services.

High school graduation rates have increased from 47% to 66%, and university enrollment has increased from 676,515 students to 1.8 million students.

More than a million Venezuelans have been taught to read, bringing the illiteracy rate down to less than one percent.

Ten years ago, only 20% of Venezuelans had access to primary health care. Now nearly 100% of Venezuelans have access.

Infant mortality has dropped from 21 to 13 per one thousand.

Ten years ago, the richest 20% of Venezuelans received 54% of the GDP. Now, the richest 20% get 46% of the country’s total income.

There has been a big growth in the small and medium-sized business sector.

The percentage of people living in extreme poverty has dropped from 23.4% to 9.1% over the past ten years.

Unemployment was 14.6% in 2003. It is now down to 6.1%.

Under the previous regime in the mid 1990s, inflation was 57.8%

Inflation has averaged 22% during the Chávez presidency.


6. The most reliable opinion polls suggest that Chávez will win the referendum on 15 February 2009. (Oblivious to the coming storm)


Financial plot; Soros; Russia Iran Venezuela; Indonesia

Venezuela, Opus Dei, Bin Laden....



nobody said...

Hey Aangirfan, I ain't got nothing to say that I didn't already say at my place, ha ha. Onya.

Anon said...

Dear Nobody,

Thank you for your kind comments on your blog!

Kindest regards


the Silverfish said...

Well we like to think that Nobodys ever correct.

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