posted on Jul, 8 2010 @ 05:30 PM
This is an excellent find OP!
It is my belief that this is a new and unfolding chapter in US regional hegemony. If you look at the extent to which central and south america rely
on IMF loans, funding, and World Bank regulations, it is proportionally very little.
This means that the economic hitmen have essentially failed, along with the 'jackal' assassins.
Hugo chavez is still in power, and his form of Bolivarian government is increasingly popular in the face of increasing US militancy, along with the
continuing rise of fascism around the world. There is a regional standoff developing in South America.
Brazil, Venezuela and Ecuador (to a lesser extent) have essentially aligned themselves in an anti-banker, anti-western stance. Colombia, in which the
government clings to power through military might aided by the US, has become a stooge for the bankers and the western alliance. Along with Panama,
Mexico, and (after this thinly veiled coup) Costa Rica.
The chess pieces are still moving - Venezuela is a continued, eminent, and persistent threat to US economic-military hegemony.
The invasion / blockade can't be far off.
[edit on 8-7-2010 by Parallex]