Vaya con Dios, Hugo Chàvez, mi Amigo

5 03 2013

Viva, Hugo!



US War on Venezuela

19 08 2011

By Sean Penn

With due respect to the United States Department of State and Secretary Clinton, in regards to economic sanctions leveled under CISADA on Venezuela and six other foreign entities. Among the affected countries, only Venezuela is a nation in abject poverty. Oil is its primary export and the exceptionally devastating impact upon its people should be of specific consideration. There has been a systemic barrage of misreporting and context-shifting within the U.S. media and espoused by many U.S. Representatives relative to Venezuela and its democratically elected President Hugo Chavez.

The American people have grown accustomed to hearing the Venezuelan president referred to as a dictator, not only by media representatives but by members of the leadership in both parties. This is a defamation, not only to President Chavez, but also to the majority of Venezuelan people, poor people who have elected him president time and time again . . . (more)

Haiti Quake – man made? (MORE on it)

29 01 2010

13 reasons to suspect HAARP caused Haiti quake

Report: US Weapon Test Aimed at Iran Caused Haiti Quake

Chavez says US ‘weapon’ caused Haiti quake

Survivors' Camp in Haiti - from

There are more photos from Haiti (aerial) at

There is background on US techtonic weapons at

Are the ‘camps’ being built in Haiti concentration camps? Just wondering. Also U.S. Media Blocks News on Aid from Cuba to Haiti.

US Threat to Venezuela

26 12 2009

Venezuela’s Chavez accuses Dutch of aggression

CARACAS (Reuters) – President Hugo Chavez on Thursday accused the Netherlands of planning “aggression” against Venezuela by allowing U.S. troops access to Dutch islands off the Caribbean coast of the OPEC nation.

“I am accusing the Kingdom of the Netherlands, along with the Yankee empire, of preparing aggression against Venezuela,” Chavez said at a meeting with leftist groups in Copenhagen, which was broadcast on Venezuelan state television.

Chavez, in the Danish capital to attend climate talks, is embroiled in a dispute with neighbour Colombia over a deal to give the United States more access to its military bases. The former soldier says Washington fears his socialist government and is surrounding Venezuela.

Chavez said the self-governing Dutch islands were located in Venezuelan territorial waters. The Dutch Embassy in Caracas was not immediately available for comment.

The United States has long had a military presence on the islands of Curacao and Aruba, with about 250 Air Force crew and ground staff involved in counter narcotics and surveillance operations over the Caribbean.

Anglo-Dutch oil giant Royal Dutch Shell operates a lubricants plant and a joint venture with Venezuela’s state oil company PDVSA in the western Lake Maracaibo oil fields in the South American nation, according to Shell’s website.

Chavez did not say why he was accusing the Netherlands of preparing aggression now. He also mentioned the reactivation last year of the U.S. Navy Fourth Fleet, which was disbanded in 1950.

The Fourth Fleet patrols the coasts of Latin America.

Colombia on Thursday demanded Venezuela hunt down and extradite around 15 guerrilla chiefs it says have taken refuge across the border.

(Reporting by Frank Jack Daniel; Editing by Xavier Briand)


For more on the US military build up around Venezuela see Terrorama 3.0

and this analysis blog has a good entry