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The Venezuelan ‘Judas’ and the Death of Hugo Chavez

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[Ed. note – The US seems to have given up–at least for now–on its regime change efforts in Syria. The Syrians were lucky. They found a strong ally in Russia, which has totally thwarted the US drive to topple the country’s independent and democratically elected leader. On the other hand, the Venezuelans are going it alone, or again, at least for now, that seems to be the case. Not surprisingly, we see the US now reinvigorating its drive to bring regime change to the Latin American country that has been a thorn in its side since 1999. The US orchestrated a coup in 2002, but President Hugo Chavez was reinstated by the Army and the people. As the article below makes clear, Chavez’s death from cancer in 2013 is widely thought to have been the result of an act of betrayal by one of his aids–a man now living in the U.S. ]

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 photo salazar_zps2rzhrpaw.jpgBy Nil Nikandrov

The journalist Eva Golinger (US – Venezuela) has repeatedly questioned the suspicious circumstances surrounding the death of Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez. The website aporrea.org quotes her statement«Everything that Washington was trying to achieve during the administration of Hugo Chávez is today being realized in his absence. The cancerous illness from which Chávez suffered was unusually aggressive and suspicious, and every day turns up more evidence that it is possible Chávez was murdered».

The first signs of cancer were found in Chávez in May 2011. In June he underwent two surgeries at a specialized center in Havana. His Cuban surgeons found and removed a malignant tumor that had metastasized with sinister persistence, despite all preventive measures. New operations were needed. This athletic man, who was full of strength and physically robust, passed away on March 5, 2013 at the age of 58.

Expanding on this topic, Eva Golinger writes, «It is enough to know that one man who had for several years been one of his closest aides, who was often alone with him and brought him his food, coffee, and water, is now a protected witness in the United States.

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3 thoughts on “The Venezuelan ‘Judas’ and the Death of Hugo Chavez

  1. “The US seems to have given up–at least for now–on its regime change efforts in Syria.”

    No. Not by a long shot. The “US” (short for USrael) is doing the bidding of Jewish Power, which never gives up, not on the Eretz Israel project. In fact, another strange event has just happened, startling and hard to read: Russia announced the decision to withdraw its military from Syria starting Tuesday.
    https://theuglytruth.wordpress.com/2016/03/14/russian-troops-start-withdrawal-from-syria/

    • The announcement about withdrawing may just be a ruse on Russia’s part. That’s what the British are saying. Certainly the Zionists aren’t giving up on their Eretz Israel dream, but I do get the feeling that the Obama administration, at least for its own part, is winding down the effort. It will probably be picked up again by the next president, but Obama is in the stage of his presidency where he’s starting to worry about his “legacy” and how he’s going to be treated by history.

      https://www.rt.com/usa/335538-justice-department-courts-illegal-fees/

    • … and ISISrael is the hired bands of mercs in Syria. Maybe Russia has exposed our complicity enough in Syria to stop us. They have strengthened the loyalist groups there. Hezbollah, the Kurds, Syrian troops, Iran and Iraq involvement. I say Armenia and Russian troops there have a chilling effect on Turkey. It is a direct line into Turkey and critical areas there and Russia is insulated from preemptive attacks by Turkey. With Turkeys severe loss of credibility, they are left hanging in the wind. The shoot down of the Russian plane may end up being the most costly attack in modern history. Turkey and Sodom Arabia are the corner stones of the Greater Israel project, and they are on the ropes and exposed without US/NATO cover.

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