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The second edition of the plan "Condor". Blow to venezuela

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The second edition of the plan "Condor". Blow to venezuela



Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro in his speeches constantly returns to the theme of the new plan "Condor", which the US is trying to implement in Latin America and the Caribbean. For the first time, the code term "Condor" was used to encrypt mass repressions organized by the military in the countries of South America in the 1970-1980 years. At that time, American puppets in Chile, Brazil, Argentina, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay were especially zealous. Now much is known about the active support of those repressions by the special services and the US Department of State. The action was coordinated by then US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, and the accusatory documentation for him is still kept at the International Criminal Tribunal. In the course of Operation Condor, at least 70 thousands of people — politicians, trade union and public figures, journalists, diplomats, scholars ...

The main target of subversive operations under the new plan "Condor" is Venezuela. The Obama administration is doing everything to plunge the country into chaos and violence, criminal terror, famine and looting, creating motives for direct military intervention. A few days ago, a three-hour meeting was held at the State Department, which was attended by OAG Secretary General Uruguayan Luis Almagro, who is in a pro-American position, and General John Kelly, head of the US Southern Command. Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro called this meeting “conspiratorial,” stressing that he was aware of what the participants were saying: “They are obsessed with Venezuela. And you know why? Because they could not curb the Bolivarian revolution. ”

Maduro said that Venezuela is undergoing "media, political, diplomatic aggression and the most serious threats over the past ten years." A scenario is being implemented that would justify foreign intervention. The threat to the independence and sovereignty of Venezuela from the United States has acquired a real shape. The decree of President Obama, in which Venezuela is called a country that represents a danger to the national security of the United States, has become an alarm signal for the Bolivarian leadership. In a similar vein, responded to the decree of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia: "In fact, this is a direct encouragement of violent actions and external interference in Venezuelan cases." The call by the former Colombian president, Alvaro Uribe, to bring foreign troops into Venezuela is viewed by the Bolivarian leadership as an “episode of the information war“ approved by Washington ”on the eve of the war itself. The US Southern Command is planning further developments around Venezuela in this particular scenario.

Venezuela’s air defense system recorded an increase in Pentagon’s intelligence activities. President Maduro at a press conference on 17 in May reported on two violations of the state border by the plane Boing 707E3 Sentry, which is used by the US Air Force to maintain stable communication with armed units in the conflict zone or disable electronic equipment of the government and the army. A Pentagon spokesman refuted: "Our closest aircraft to Venezuela was about 100 miles from Venezuelan territory." According to him, “American pilots respect internationally recognized state borders.”

The brazen lies of the Pentagon about “respecting borders” in Venezuela do not believe, they remember the attacks on Yugoslavia, Libya, Iraq. Not forgetting the special operations of the CIA. At least about an attempt to transfer to Venezuela in 2004 a detachment of paramilitares from Colombian territory to attack the presidential palace and assassinate President Hugo Chávez.

In view of all these circumstances, Venezuela is strengthening its defense capabilities. After the incident with the US reconnaissance aircraft, large-scale Independencia II exercises began in the country, in which not only military personnel but also civilian self-defense units were involved. Deputy Carmen Meléndez, who was the Minister of Defense during the presidency of Chávez, says bluntly: “We must be ready for any development of events. The exercises were held in seven regions, 24 territorial zones, 99 points of integral protection. They received a total of 520 thousands of troops and members of the Bolivarian militia. Defense Minister Vladimir Padrino was categorical in assessing the result of the exercises: "There is no other choice how to turn Venezuela into an impregnable fortress country, and this can be achieved through a civil-military alliance."

Taking into account the difficult circumstances prevailing in the country - the aggravation of the economic crisis and the growing protest of a part of the population under the influence of the opposition, President Maduro signed a decree granting emergency powers to the government. The document, designed for 60 days, expands opportunities to enhance security measures. Troops may be involved in strengthening public order. Enterprises, companies, firms and NGOs that have connections abroad are subject to enhanced control, their accounts will be frozen in the event of detection of facts of hostile activity, and confiscation of property is also provided for. In the interests of the most vulnerable people, food will be distributed and energy will be provided.

The Venezuelan Foreign Ministry is taking steps to limit the number of US diplomatic staff in the country. Venezuelans consider the optimal stay in the country for no more than 17-18 of American diplomats. And this does not suit the US embassy. Of course, the Americans, of course, will not tell, but the fact is that the interests of US intelligence agencies require the presence of approximately 180-200 diplomatic "roofs" in the embassy. The State Department does not want to negotiate in an amicable way, so Venezuelans are slowing diplomats with visas. As a result, the US Embassy’s notice on the termination of tourist and business visas issued in a dramatic manner: “Our staff, working to the highest standards and serving hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans annually, cannot cope with the workload.”

An important place in the preparation of the second edition of the repressive "Condor plan" for Venezuela, the US intelligence services assign intransigent internal opposition, which, as Chavez always said, "serves the US government." After the parliamentary elections in Venezuela, 6 in December, 2015, there were more opportunities for destabilization of the country by the American special services and the opposition groups accountable to them.

The opposition, which promised the people that after the elections, the queues and the shortage of goods would disappear, was able to get a majority in the National Assembly for the first time in 17 years. However, this gave nothing to the country, and the parliamentary tribune now serves the opposition to further incite civil conflict.

President Maduro has announced his readiness to declare a special position if the subversive work of the opposition continues. Thus, the last march of the opposition Block of Democratic Unity (MUD) in Caracas ended with melee fights between the opposition and the police. Law enforcement officers were injured, including women who were mercilessly beaten with metal rods. Some of the attackers were detained in hot pursuit. It turned out that the “action” was organized by Koromoto Rodriguez, chief of security of the chairman of parliament Ramos Allup. In 1970-ies, Rodriguez was a member of the Disip political police, was involved in torture of prisoners, then served in the protection of President Carlos Andres Perez and in parallel worked with the CIA. The militant arrests allowed the SEBIN (Bolivarian Intelligence Service) to clarify Rodriguez’s role in fomenting riots in Caracas.

Now the Venezuelan opposition are preparing to hold a referendum on the early termination of the powers of President Maduro. In early May, they handed over about 1,85 million signatures (instead of thousands required by law 200) to the National Electoral Council in support of the application for a revocable referendum. Nevertheless, Vice-President Aristobulo Istouris said that during the collection of signatures, the opposition made many violations and until all signatures are verified, the referendum will not take place.

MUD leaders are trying to use the current situation in order to provoke “spontaneous protests” with road closures, arson, sabotage of power lines, water supply, and food supplies. In place of the current sluggish terror of the radicals, terror is approaching a much larger scale. SEBIN agents and police are increasingly finding firearms in Caracas and other cities weapons, grenades, explosives made in USA.

The thirst for exponential massacre of Bolivarians has long ripened in the United States. It began during the life of Hugo Chávez, who, having come to power in 1999, began to pursue an independent policy. His initiatives to modernize Latin America in the interests of Latin Americans received support in Cuba and were picked up by a new generation of Latin American leaders. US dictates in the Western Hemisphere began to weaken, there was uncertainty about Washington’s actions (what are we going to do with Latin America?). Chavez and his associates fought for the formation of regional integration blocs, advanced to the creation of a South American defense union, use the regional currency unit of Sucre, and developed other projects without US participation.

Now the successor of Chavez, President Maduro, is undergoing a fierce attack. The pro-American media blamed him for the failure of the “Bolivarian model of the economy”, cited fraudulent figures of “low popularity” Maduro, dragged the idea of ​​removing the president from power by force in the media. The leaders of the opposition, many of whom participated in previous adventures to destabilize the regime, directly call on the country's armed forces to “intervene” ... Enrique Capriles Radonsky is particularly active, whose ties with the CIA are an open secret.

Defense Minister General Padrino Lopez explained the position of the army: "The President is the highest authority in the state, and we confirm to him our loyalty and our unconditional support." Attempts by the opposition to provoke a rebellious mood among the military have so far been unsuccessful. The patriotic ideals of Hugo Chávez in the military environment persist, and there is hope that the “Operation Condor” in Venezuela is impossible: the Venezuelan military will remain loyal to the Bolivarian Constitution and to the President.
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  1. seti
    seti 26 May 2016 12: 42
    +6
    At first, staff members struck Argentina. Then across Brazil. Now here is Venezuela. Systematically, the allies of Russia are being taken out of its influence. Looks like the striped understood that it is unprofitable to fight - you need to focus on the elite. The fish rots from the head. We are waiting for an answer.
    1. g1v2
      g1v2 26 May 2016 13: 25
      +6
      THESE ARE POSSIBLE ALLIES, NOT REAL. In pursuit of world domination, the United States ceased to monitor its backyard and it got out of control. Mattresses are now returning South and Latin America to their control. We have practically no resources there, there’s nothing to do with mattresses either. Only China can compete for South America with the United States, since it will lose most if the states return it to their control.
      1. Talgat
        Talgat 27 May 2016 21: 26
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        Quote: g1v2
        and only China can fight South America from the United States, since it will lose most if the states return it to their control.


        Definitely, first of all, this is a headache for the PRC

        The 9 countries of the Bolivarian Alliance have shown the world the highest standards of morality and ideology of justice - but in fact they are communists. And are supported by China. And not only because of "higher ideals" - but simply because this is a Chinese outpost in the upcoming confrontation with the United States in the 21st century

        US will try to drive China out of Central Asia. China supports Cuba and Venezuela and the rest and builds a canal in Nicaragua, etc.

        The interests of Russia here are on the side of China and the Bolivarians - definitely
    2. voyaka uh
      voyaka uh 26 May 2016 17: 17
      +1
      "First, the staff struck Argentina. Then Brazil. Now, here's Venezuela" ////

      These countries struck themselves by betting on meat (like Argentina) or
      oil (like Brazil and Venezuela).
      Raw materials and extensive agriculture produce little profit.
      And any decline in demand (or surplus in the commodity market) brings down prices and drowns such countries.
  2. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 26 May 2016 12: 44
    +12
    Yes, here is a typical illustration on the theme: "The role of personality in history." Maduro is never Chavez. And he missed the opportunity to accumulate reserves on expensive oil, roughly speaking. So 10 against 1 that Venezuela will not get out of this trap. They will eat it. It's a pity the country is pretty.
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  3. avvg
    avvg 26 May 2016 12: 45
    -1
    While the army will support the president, the president of Venezuela will stand.
    1. atalef
      atalef 27 May 2016 06: 01
      +1
      Quote: avvg
      While the army will support the president, the president of Venezuela will stand.

      Will stand against whom? Against a hungry people? Forced to stand in line for bread for hours?
      America Maduro is to blame laughing maybe there are any sanctions against Venezuela, maybe Venezuela does not sell America 70% of its oil?
      When a bus driver is in power, such is the result
  4. seti
    seti 26 May 2016 12: 51
    +2
    Quote: avvg
    While the army will support the president, the president of Venezuela will stand.

    Not one country survived on one army. Need public support. Need an idea. Then the people will overpower everything. And if they betray the elite, if professors at universities will tell students that all the troubles are from Maduro, if there is nothing to eat and all that, then there is no chance. Especially for the Yankees to remove Maduro a matter of principle. God grant that he restrained himself but can hardly believe it.
    1. alicante11
      alicante11 26 May 2016 13: 57
      +1
      Not one country survived on one army. Need public support.


      Tiananmen - says nothing? A bunch of hoopoes in the capital were wound on caterpillars, and the rest without any idea went together to plow the communist-capitalist Frankenstein.
      1. razmik72
        razmik72 26 May 2016 14: 15
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        Quote: alicante11
        Not one country survived on one army. Need public support.


        Tiananmen - says nothing? A bunch of hoopoes in the capital were wound on caterpillars, and the rest without any idea went together to plow the communist-capitalist Frankenstein.

        After Tiananmen there was a phenomenal rise in the Chinese economy, if it were not for the fantastic growth of China's GDP, the CCP would not remain in power for long.
        1. alicante11
          alicante11 26 May 2016 15: 09
          0
          After Tiananmen there was a phenomenal rise in the Chinese economy, if it were not for the fantastic growth of China's GDP, the CCP would not remain in power for long.


          If grandmother had yuh, then she would be grandfather. The people in difficult times are trying to survive, they are not up to revolutions. Revolutions are made by well-fed loafers in the capitals.
          1. HERMES
            HERMES 26 May 2016 19: 30
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            Quote: alicante11
            If grandmother had yuh, then she would be grandfather. The people in difficult times are trying to survive, they are not up to revolutions. Revolutions are made by well-fed loafers in the capitals.


            Lenin had just rolled over on his stomach in a mausoleum.
            1. alicante11
              alicante11 27 May 2016 03: 02
              0
              Lenin had just rolled over on his stomach in a mausoleum.


              Well, I’m so tired, probably lying in the same position.
              I see no other reasons for turning over. In February, parasites made the revolution Grand Dukes, Duma, and rear rats from the St. Petersburg garrison. And there the crowd gathered up from the left parties.
              In October, too, the sailors on Aurora were not too burdened with work, as were the labor squads hanging out in Smolny, the anarchists who rode around on Peter in trucks and the Socialist-Revolutionaries, who even in the worst of times did not bother themselves with work.

              By the way, I do not want to cast a shadow on VIL, the competent use of the improvised element to save the country from capitalist danger.
          2. atalef
            atalef 27 May 2016 06: 03
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            Quote: alicante11
            The people in difficult times are trying to survive, they are not up to revolutions. Revolutions are made by well-fed loafers in the capitals.

            When people understand that hard times are a long time, then revolutions begin.
            By the way, why didn’t the article indicate that 1.75 million signatures were collected (with a minimum of 100 tons) - for initiating the impeachment of Maduro? Or did the State Department collect these signatures?
        2. vvv-73
          vvv-73 26 May 2016 16: 43
          0
          So it didn’t take off itself - competent management of the country worked.
      2. andrew42
        andrew42 26 May 2016 18: 12
        +2
        Inappropriate comparison. The Chinese have thousands of years of reverent admiration for imperial power, plus their own traditions, plus the main religion (Taoism), which is essentially "pagan" and stops the penetration of foreign influence through the "global" confessions (Christianity, Islam, Buddhism). In short, the attitude of the average Chinese (Han) is not very susceptible to newfangled external influences. The Red Emperor and his party ensure the independence of China (which the Chinese have regained for over 100 years), and the bulk of the population will break any opposition for this. Western influence penetrates through the port cities, through the youth, but such rivulets are still sharpened and sharpened, and the result is not yet expected. Latin American countries do not have this. There, under certain conditions, they can easily buy into a "happy Western lifestyle", just support the beautiful "headband" with sweet promises and loud opposition. There is always hope only for the military - either they are patriots, or the servants of the "comprador bourgeoisie."
  5. techie
    techie 26 May 2016 12: 52
    +2
    Maduro is a guy with eggs. I hope that when the shtatovites in Venezuela stir up some kind of "rubber" Maidan (and they EXACTLY stir it up!), He will find the strength to crush the reptile and will not become the next Yanukovych. In China it was crushed (2 times) and in chocolate now. And where they were led to screams like "the world community", which in fact is just paid for by the klaka, everyone eventually fell into deep depression.
  6. 96423lom
    96423lom 26 May 2016 12: 56
    +1
    Profit above all ...
  7. black
    black 26 May 2016 13: 17
    +1
    Yes, Maduro is not Chavez. He would have rolled the river for six hours, with singing and dancing, broadcast on television. The people would still be shaking in ecstasy for a week. And so, it’s too late to persuade. Breaking and planting.
  8. Volzhanin
    Volzhanin 26 May 2016 13: 41
    0
    Venezuelans, just like us, quietly blather toward America and no answer. It is clear that in this situation, any gopnik will be longer than ever.
    The scumbags wanted to spit on everyone, they made the whole world cancer, and they include a fool and someone who thinks and / or says something from the high tower.
    All of this is reminiscent of the anecdote of Steve Buscemi's character in the film Desperate by Robert Rodriguez.
    "... he'll also be grateful to you" (for the urine-covered bar and counter).
    So are the merzikos with nuggle-saxes - they cheated the whole world, and the charred ones also rejoice. You must be able to!
  9. Lumumba
    Lumumba 26 May 2016 14: 02
    +1
    Russia has only two allies: the Army and the Navy. And it is necessary to build relations with any states according to the principle "Money in the morning chairs in the evening".
  10. msm
    msm 26 May 2016 14: 42
    -2
    Sorry for the man, definitely a decent person. President, Vladimir Vladimirovich, introduce a limited military contingent to Venezuela. Protect a good person. And we will have a wonderful base - a response to missile defense in Geyrop.
    1. atalef
      atalef 27 May 2016 06: 13
      +1
      Quote: msm
      President, Vladimir Vladimirovich, introduce a limited military contingent to Venezuela. Protect a good man

      from hungry people
      In Venezuela, authorities restricted visits to state food stores twice a week. It is reported by The Times.

      The country has already introduced cards for basic goods for the poor.

      At the same time, it is reported that law enforcement officers are selling products at reduced prices, and it is now their responsibility to control the inhabitants of the country so that they visit stores as expected.
      Now, each buyer will be checked ID. By his number is determined the day when he can come to the store. For example, if the number ends with the numbers 0 or 1, then the person will be missed for shopping on Monday. If at the end of the number is 2 or 3, then he will be able to come on Tuesday, and so on.
  11. sodick
    sodick 26 May 2016 14: 48
    0
    Why build your thoughts on incomprehensible facts obtained from dubious sources. We don’t know what’s going on there. But for peace of mind, there could have been a military base with a couple of ICBMs.
  12. Backfire
    Backfire 26 May 2016 16: 00
    -1
    Quote: techie
    Maduro is a guy with eggs. I hope that when the shtatovites in Venezuela stir up some kind of "rubber" Maidan (and they EXACTLY stir it up!), He will find the strength to crush the reptile and will not become the next Yanukovych. In China it was crushed (2 times) and in chocolate now. And where they were led to screams like "the world community", which in fact is just paid for by the klaka, everyone eventually fell into deep depression.
  13. Normal ok
    Normal ok 26 May 2016 17: 06
    +1
    That Chavez, that Maduro are populists of pure water. It is as if Zhirinovsky became the president of Russia in the 90s. While the oil is expensive, it’s all right, but how it has fallen in price = collapse is ensured. And of course, the machinations of enemies are to blame.
  14. kit_bellew
    kit_bellew 27 May 2016 05: 41
    0
    Shaw all for oil? Maduro blocks cocaine traffic, and these are specific pitchforks on the side of the CIA. It has long been no secret that the profit from drugs is one of their fattest sources of financing.
    1. atalef
      atalef 27 May 2016 06: 20
      0
      Quote: kit_bellew
      Shaw all for oil? Maduro blocks cocaine traffic, and these are specific pitchforks to the side of the CIA

      Two relatives of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro were detained and brought to the United States on charges of drug trafficking. It is reported by The Wall Street Journal, citing sources familiar with the issue.

      Two men, Efrain Antonio Campo Flores and Francisco Flores de Freitas, were arrested in the capital of Haiti, Port-au-Prince. On Tuesday, November 10, local police handed them over to agents of the United States Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), and on the same day they were taken to New York by plane.
      According to sources, 29-year-old Campo Flores called himself the stepson of the president - he was raised by an aunt, the wife of the head of state. Flores de Freitas called himself the nephew of the first lady.
      According to sources, the two men contacted a person in DEU in October 2014 in Honduras. Venezuelans asked him to help transport 800 kilograms of cocaine through the airport of the Caribbean island of Roatan.

      U.S. authorities have begun checking senior Venezuelan officials suspected of organizing drug smuggling and money laundering, The Wall Street Journal reported.

      According to the publication, the chairman of the country's parliament, Diosdado Cabello, was also suspected. A source in the US Department of Justice told the publication that Cabello "is one of the leaders of the cartel, if not its head." The interlocutor of the agency stressed that the chairman of parliament is the goal of the investigation.

      The investigation involves the Office of the Drug Enforcement Administration in Washington and the prosecutors in New York and Miami. WSJ noted that departments are collecting testimonies of former smugglers, military defectors and people who are surrounded by Venezuelan officials.

      The Wall Street Journal interlocutors admitted that the investigation resumed after a spike in drug trafficking activity in southwestern Venezuela, which coincided with a campaign to combat drug trafficking in neighboring Colombia. An investigation has been ongoing for several years, but the economic crisis in the country has made it easier for US prosecutors to find informants and defectors who provide information on drug cartels.
  15. silver_roman
    silver_roman 30 May 2016 15: 21
    0
    Minister of Defense Vladimir Padrino

    Vladimir Putin? laughing

    Syshia always considered Latin America to be its backyard and it is logical that arbitrariness does not suit them there.
    I am sure that it is simply vital for such countries as the Russian Federation and the PRC to solve problems: they are tied to 100% of military conflicts on the planet and 80% of them with their direct participation. It’s so easy to give them problems on all fronts.
    Where did the trained partisans go with the arsenals from the USSR found in the deep jungle of Vietnam?
    Why does no one use this?