The exhortation to assassinate Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez uttered by Florida congressman Connie Mack in Washington’s Capitol to participants in a fascist summit a few days ago confirms the existence of a plot with this purpose, hatched by the Venezuelan extreme right under the tutelage of US intelligence services and with the complicity of the Cuban-American mafia.
Congressman Connie Mack publicly exhorted the assassination of the venezuelan president
This is indicated to observers of CIA activities and of the rest of the tentacles of the US machinery of espionage, who recall how, on other occasions, members of the Cuban-American mafia took the initiative or were involved in assassination attempts on leaders.
In his murderous address, made right at Washington’s Capitol while chairing, along with Otto Reich, Ileana Ros-Lehtinen and Roger Noriega, at the meeting called "Danger in the Andes", Mack specifically suggested making an attempt on the life of the Venezuelan head of state, according to revelations made by Bolivian President Evo Morales during the inauguration of the 9th International Conference of Defense Ministers of The Americas, held in Bolivia. "I would say that this congressman (Mack) is now a confessed assassin or a confessed conspirator against fraternal Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez; if something happens to the life of Hugo Chávez, the only person responsible for it will be this US congressman," declared the head of state.
Green light for assassination
The words of Connie Mack, identified with the most recalcitrant ringleaders of this mafia give any kind of assassination project against the life of the leader of the Bolivarian Revolution the green light, states a specialist that insisted on remaining anonymous.
The neo-Nazi forum took place under the auspices of the US Congress and had as its star the Cuban-American congresswoman, already appointed by her party as the big boss for foreign policy issues in the House of Representatives, with Connie Mack as her right arm for Latin America.
From the assassination of John F. Kennedy to the assassination attempt against Evo Morales in Santa Cruz in 2009, and the failed attempt of assassinating President Rafael Correa in 2010, the Cuban-American mafia, associated with the CIA, is part of the conspiracy’s script.
Mack’s harangue takes place parallel to several incitements and references to the assassination of Cuban leader Fidel Castro, who has indeed been the victim of a large number of assassination attempts, all of them devised from Miami with the complicity of the CIA, those responsible for which -Luis Posada Carriles, Orlando Bosch, Guillermo Novo Sampoll, Pedro Remón, Gaspar Jiménez, Armando Valladares and many more- actively support today conspirators from the progressive Latin American countries attacked and defamed at the fascist summit in the empire’s capital.
On Saturday, Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez denounced the existence of a plan against him, in which groups of the Venezuelan extreme right have already collected 100 million dollars to be paid to whoever manages to assassinate him.
According to a report by the Telesur international television network, Chávez pointed to the president of the Globovisión television station, Guillermo Zuloaga, a fugitive from Venezuelan justice and sheltered in Miami by the State Department, as the head of the conspiracy. Coup perpetrator Zuloaga was one of the most visible "speakers" of the neofascist forum in Washington.
"The owner of that television channel (Globovisión), who is a fugitive from justice, had the nerve to go to the US Congress to rant and rave at his country, his government and at this president," said the South American head of state. Then he called for Vice-president Elías Jaua and the Attorney General of the Republic, Luisa Ortega Díaz, to make inquiries "there’s something to be done, he’s a criminal, he turns up at the Congress and he’s conspiring."
According to the AVN news agency, Zuloaga sent a letter published on Tuesday on one of the most expensive pages of the right-wing newspaper El Nacional "to face him" from Miami and threaten President Hugo Chávez to take him to an international tribunal.
German journalist and researcher Ingo Niebel, an expert on the issue, places the recent statements in the political, military and historic context. "In Ecuador, they tried to assassinate President Rafael Correa when the coup d’ etat failed. The want to use the same method in the rest of the countries that are members of the Bolivarian Alliance for The Americas (ALBA), where political reality prevents them from carrying out a violent Honduras-like 'change of regime,' as they call it," he adds.
He also recalls that several Venezuelan politicians, by way of the media, have been paving the way, for a few years now, to justify an assassination attempt against the commander of the Bolivarian Revolution. On July 25, 2004, in the middle of debates on the referendum for revoke, the former president Carlos Andrés Pérez, in an interview published by El Nacional, a Caracas newspaper, didn’t hesitate to confess: "I’m working on removing Chávez from power. Violence will make it possible to do so. Chávez should die like a dog."
Another opponent, Orlando Urdaneta, on October 25, 2004, on Miami’s channel 22, gave the direct order to his people to move on to action: "The only way out for Venezuela is to eliminate Chávez: one person with a rifle with telescopic sight and that’s all."
Roger Noriega, spokesperson of the State Department
Another revealing element known after the closing of the event: former Undersecretary of State Roger Noriega took the liberty to announce, as if on behalf of the State Department, that Bolivia’s request for the extradition of former president Gonzalo Sánchez de Quesada and his accomplices, responsible for the assassination of 67 people during a massacre that took place in 2003 will continue to be refused.
According to a report by journalist Juan Carlos Zambrana Marchetti, who lives in Washington and could sneak into one of the "workshops" of the "seminar," entitled "Second Special Group: Terrorism, the radical Islam, and Drug Trafficking," another Bolivian journalist, Winston Fernández, asked "if former president Gonzalo Sánchez de Lozada would be deported as an act of rapprochement with President Morales, considering that the two governments were about to reestablish diplomatic relations."
(Note: The article by Zambrana, an extremely revealing one, was published on the last edition of the Bolivian magazine Cambio).
The answer was given by Noriega, asserting that there was "no interest whatsoever in reestablishing relations with a government that supports terrorism; and that, on the other hand, Engineer (Gonzalo) Sánchez de Lozada is a friend, a decent man, who wouldn’t have any possibility of a fair trial in a country where ( President) Morales controls all powers."
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