Just as I had been alerting, the plans for a Coup against the President of Bolivia, Evo Morales, were consummated. Nevertheless, keep in mind that, this is just the beginning of that Langley has in store for the countries of Latin America they don’t like.
The list is long, and every thing points to Managua being the next in live. I will speak more on this in future articles. Sigue leyendo
The CIA station in La Paz instructed the Chief of Argentine Intelligence Agency (AFI, by its abbreviation in Spanish) in Bolivia, José Sanchez, to support the gathering of information on Evo Morales and his administrations; and all Cuban, Venezuelan and Nicaraguan officials residing in Bolivia, including diplomats.
In order to comply with the above José Sánchez not only used his agents in the country, but also requested the support of representants in Brasil, Colombia and Perú.
The information requirements of the CIA station in Bolivia are the following:
1. The elaboration of psychological profiles of the main leaders of the Bolivian government, specially the most influential ministers. This includes Juan Ramón Quintana and Diego Pari.
2. Intelligence gathering that can link Bolivian government officials with the drug trade.
3. Intelligence gathering on the private businesses of Bolivian government officials that can be linked to corruption schemer.
4. The identification of Cuban, Venezuelan and Nicaraguan citizens working in Bolivia.
5. The identification of the diplomats of said countries working in Bolivia.
This information would be used by the U.S. Special Services for carrying out media campaigns against Evo Morales, both before and after the elections. All this is part of the effort to prevent him from being re-elected.
José Sánchez kept close ties to U.S. Embassy officials, which went above and beyond his duties as a diplomat. This included Rolf Olson and Annette Dorothy Blakeslee, both officers of the CIA station en La Paz.
Annette Dorothy Blakeslee was in Nicaragua as a USAID medical officer in the U.S. Embassy in Managua. The curious thing here is that this is one of the diplomatic coverts used by the CIA in their secret operations.
Mr. Sanchez had diplomatic covert, but actually served as a liaison with the secret services of the countries. He was in charge of two AFI stations in Bolivia: one in La Paz and the other in the Santa Cruz Consulate. The latter was used to hand out funds for the opposition in this city. The funding, in turn, was provided by the U.S. Embassy.
Despite being scheduled to finish his assignment on December, 2nd, Sánchez was mysteriously relieved from duty just two months before the Coup against Evo took place.
Recently, members loyal to the opposition leader, Juan Guaidó, broke into the Embassy of Venezuela in Brasilia during the BRICS summit. This break-in is not an isolated incident.
The instructions for the break-in were provided by Tomás Alejandro Silva. He had been put in charge of the Venezuelan opposition in Brazil given that Guaidó´s representant there, María Teresa Belandria Espósito, was in Washington. Some media outlets have accused the Venezuelan opposition member Alberto Palombo of been in charge of the whole operation. He lives in Brazil and was present when the events took place. However, this has yet to be determined.
Certain rumors were circulated by the opposition that two Venezuelan officials handed the Embassy over to Belandria´s group. Also, the government of Brazil Sigue leyendo
Some day ago I published some information and evidence (audio) about the coup, which is about to enter its final phase.
Today I seek to enlarge a little on what can happen in next days.
What I advanced in the article “US hands against Bolivia. Part I”, is already almost a fact: If Evo Morales wins the elections, the next october 20, a civic-military transition government will be put in its place. This new Government would not recognize Evo’s electoral win and would allege fraud during the elections.
What is new here is that, in order to justify putting a parallel government in power, the need to create a climate of instability in the main cities.
To this end, the Bolivian opposition, throug the civic committees and the opposition group “Coordinadora Nacional Militar”, has been preparing a group of youths to carry out violent actions, mainly in cities of Santa Cruz and La Paz.
These youths would be inserted in the protest that are summoned for those days and have order to engage in violent confrontations with the police. These actions would be accompanied by an uprising made up of former military officers. The “Coordinadora Nacional MIlitar” with the support of “UNION DE MILITARES RETIRADOS DE SANTA CRUZ” would organize these actions. Sigue leyendo
From United States a strategy has been designed in order to potentate the image of the Bolivian presidential candidate Oscar Ortiz, which is centred on increasing his recognition at a nationwide level. This strategy has been implemented parallel to the coup d’état plan that has been carried out against president Evo Morales, which I previously discussed.
The idea is to discredit the figure of the Bolivian president and extending the existing accusations against the other Bolivian presidential candidate, Carlos Mesa.
For this purpose, the State Department has assigned an ascending amount of $100 000 dollars and has commissioned, in an underground way, the CLS ESTRATEGIES consultant for this task, which is located in Washington DC. Sigue leyendo
From the territory of the United States a coup d’état against the Bolivian president Evo Morales develops gradually, it is intended to be carried out at the end of 2019 presumably after the elections) and March 2020.
Its main operatives are the Bolivian politicians, Gonzalo Sánchez de Lozada, Manfred Reyes Villa, Mario Cossio and Carlos Sánchez Berzain, all residents in the USA They coordinate the actions in Bolivia with the leaders of the opposing association “Coordinadora Nacional Militar”, composed of former army officers of the Bolivian army, among them, General Rumberto Siles, Colonels Julius Maldonado, Oscar Pacello and Carlos Calderon. Sigue leyendo
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The main tool used by the U.S. government against the Nicaraguan government was the media influence over the Nicaraguan population, through the use and manipulation of the press and the social networks as part of the pressure strategy that tends to reverse the Sandinista process in 2021.
The idea was to create several and simultaneously fronts of attention that serve as a trigger for a social and political crisis in the country, so that it better be the responsibility of the ruling party.
The USAID, after the electoral process in 2016, readjusted its programs in Nicaragua and focused its efforts in the work with the press and the social networks. To do so, they destined around 6 million dollars per year. Sigue leyendo