UPDATE 3/5 : VENEZUELA IS GOING TO WAR
CHAVEZ AMASSING MILITARY SHOWDOWN AT COLUMBIA BORDER
UPDATE: VENEZUELA IS MOVING 10 TANK BATTALIONS TO THE COLUMBIA BORDER. They are sending tanks, troops, warships.
Leftist terror FARC trying to acquire uranium.
Israel supports Columbia in her fight against terror as does Atlas and every freedom loving man. The media will spin this differently but Columbia is in the same fight we are. Chavez is licking his chops stoking the fires of war and ..... Jew hatred.
Colombian President Alvaro Uribe says he will ask the International Criminal Court to bring genocide charges against President Hugo Chavez of Venezuela.
He accused Mr Chavez of sponsoring and financing Colombian Farc rebels. Venezuela denies the charge.
Colombian officials say a laptop found during a raid on a Farc camp held files indicating Venezuela gave Farc $300m.
Important to watch the align of nations in the lead up to the unavoidable world war. It is important to expose the increasing Jew hatred in in Venezuela. Since
Chavez it has become virulent.
Check these articles out, read them carefully. There's a campaign going on against the Jews in Venezuela and it really is noteworthy, regarding Chavez' declaration of Columbia being the Israel of Latin America. This guys enemies are, of course, the Jews.
In a nearer and more dangerous scenario which also has Venezuela as a starting point, Hezbollah in Latin America, also called Hezbollah Venezuela, converts to Islam any indigenous Chavista it can, because they are the ones that least understand what is going on. Evangelical missionaries have disappeared from the jungle because according to Chavez they are genocidal spies. Evo Morales in Bolivia repeats Chavez's same words.
Chavez has invited Iranian Shiite "missionaries" to convert the Guajiros and other indigenous peoples in Amazonia. The entire Wayuu tribe is now Muslim, women wear veils while men go to Kalashnikov shooting practice. Some have themselves photographed wearing suicide vests loaded with bombs, and the Venezuelan government distributes the photos, publicizing its friendship with Ahmadinejad and Middle East terrorist groups.
Antisemitism in Venezuela 1996-98
Antisemitism in Venezuela 1999-2000
Anti-Semitism in Venezuela 200 -2001
Anti-Semitism in Venezuela 2001- 2002
Anti-Semitism in Venezuela 2002 -2003
Anti-Semitism in Venezuela 2003-4
Anti-Semitism in Venezuela 2004
Anti-Semitism/in Venezuela 2005
Anti-Semitism in Venezuela 2006
Over the years, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has befriended a number of questionable figures in South America and also in the Middle East where he has formed bonds through both OPEC and ideological channels. As Chavez's hatred of the United States Israe has grown, he has become close allies with a number of the West's most dangerous adversaries. These relationships grew only stronger during the Israel-Hezbollah war, when Chavez was outspoken in his criticism of Israel and the United States and in his support for Hezbollah.
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad – President of Iran
Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad explicitly threatens to wipe Israel< from the map, denies the Holocaust and defies the democratic world by supporting terrorism and extremism and pursuing nuclear weapons.
Chavez has visited Iran on several occasions, has hosted President Ahmadinejad in Venezuela and has made extensive bilateral agreements with the current Iranian government. On July 30, 2006, while visiting Iran, Chavez and Ahmadinejad took part in a joint press conference at which Ahmadinejad stated, "Just like my dear brother Chavez expressed, [Israel's incursion] is a real shameful crime, and a handful of Zionists see an open path to crime…. We believe the real criminals are those who have created this illegal regime.
Also disturbing is Chavez's Argentinian ties:
BUENOS AIRES-Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has developed close links with Argentine radicals ranging from Communists to right-wing nationalists, some of whom, knowledgeable people here fear, have the potential to further destabilize Argentina as it struggles to emerge from its worst economic crisis in decades.
In the Caribbean heat of Caracas, a continent away from the mock-Parisian boulevards of Buenos Aires, Mr. Chavez is presiding over his own deepening economic and political crisis. But his domestic troubles haven't kept him from working hard to push his notion of populist revolution. In Argentina, which is struggling to emerge from its own economic debacle, some in the country's political leadership worry about the influence Mr. Chavez, who is due here for Sunday's inauguration of Nestor Kirchner, the country's new president, exerts over local radicals.
There isn't any evidence that the Venezuelan leader is working to overthrow governments. But his politicking comes at a very delicate time in Latin America. Fragile democracies throughout the region are struggling to cope with an economic downturn and growing popular resentment at the market-based economic policies pushed by Washington and Wall Street. Mr. Chavez, who has been accused of trying to turn Venezuela into a second Cuba, spouts a heady mix of nationalist, leftist and populist sentiments.
The October 23, 2006 failed explosive operation in Caracas On October 23, 2006, the Baruta Municipality police found two explosive devices near the U.S. Embassy in Caracas, Venezuela. One of the bombs was found in a box containing leaflets making reference to the Lebanese radical Islamic group Hezbollah. The local television news network, Globovision, reported one of the devices found in a flowerpot near the Embassy, while the other device found outside a school, near the diplomatic premises. Wilfredo Porras, acting director of the Baruta police, said they arrested a man carrying “a backpack with six containers of 100 black powder bases, pliers, adhesive tape, glue and electric leads". At that time, the suspect declared the devices were “set to explode in 15 minutes". 1 “The idea was apparently to create alarm and publicize a message", Borraz told reporters, explaining that the explosives were made to scatter the pamphlets.2 It is possible that the second device was intended to explode near the Israeli Embassy but the suspect gotnervous and dropped it near the American Embassy. \The arrested man is Jose Miguel Rojas Espinoza, a 26-year-old student of the state-run Bolivarian University founded by President Hugo Chaves, offering free education.
An organization calling itself the Hezbollah Latin America (Hezbollah LA) took responsibility for the attack on October 25 on their website and promised they would stage other simultaneous attacks, with the same goal of publicizing the organization. The website presented Rojas as “the brother mujahedeen, the first example of dignity and struggle in the cause of Allah, the first prisoner of the revolutionary Islamic movement Hezbollah Venezuela”.3 The organization already threatened to explode a non-lethal device on August 18, 2006, which is surprising since they publicly announced their plans and because no one seemed to take notice to this warning. The target mentioned was an ally of the U.S. in a Latin American city in order to launch its propaganda campaign. Hezbollah Venezuela would see this as a beginning of their war against imperialism and Zionism and to show its solidarity with the Lebanese Hizballah after the July war in Lebanon (see Annex 1).
Read this excerpt:
"The Sephardic Tiferet Israel Synagogue suffered repeated attacks in the wake of several pro-Chavez demonstrations (see also ASW 2003/4). Following a government organized rally on 16 May under the banner “Against terrorism and foreign involvement, for respect of sovereignty, the homeland and the Constitution,” a group of persons scrawled slogans on its walls and in the car park, in the name of the ‘Simon Bolivar Coordination’ (Coordinadora Simón Bolívar − CSB) and the ‘Revolutionary Left Youth’ (Juventud de Izquierda Revolucionaria − JIR). It should be noted that Chavez’s revolution − the ‘Bolivarian revolution’ − is named after the 19th century general Simón Bolívar (El Liberator). The slogans read, inter alia: “Don’t allow Colombia to be the Israel of Latin America [an allusion to US attempts to bring Colombia under its wing in order to fight left-wing guerilla groups]”; Sharon is a murderer of the Palestinian People”; “Viva the armed Palestinian people”; and “Free Palestine.”
Similar graffiti, as well as the slogan “Jews go home,” appeared on the wall of synagogue after a pro-government rally on 6 June. It was signed by the pro-Chavez Communist Youth and the Communist Party of Venezuela. On 8 August a group of supporters from a pro-Chavez rally held at the close of his anti-referendum campaign daubed slogans such as: “Sharon is a murder. No to Israel,” with the letter ‘S’ shaped like a swastika. They also wrote, inter alia: “Viva Chavez and Arafat”; and “NO to Zionism.”
Virulently anti-Israel posters appeared on the streets of Caracas in December during the Second Bolivarian Congress of the People (II Congreso Bolivariano de los Pueblos). Signed by pro-government organizations such as MVR (Movimiento Bolivariano Revolucionario/Movimiento Quinta Republica [Quinta=5 in Roman numbers], the Chavez Party), the Communist Party in Venezuela (Partido Comunista de Venezuela) and Coordinadora Simón Bolívar, they read, inter alia: “Neither Orlando Urdaneta [Venezuelan anti-Chavez actor] nor the super-terrorist Israelis will succeed with our people”; “No to the Israeli commandos in Caracas”; “No to the involvement of Israelis in our nation”; “No to the Mossad and no to the CIA”; and “Bush+Sharon = murderers.”"
Much thanks to Michael N for sharing all this with me. We got all this information via this German blog