Plan For Global Dictatorship
Hugo Chavez' vow to "defeat the most powerful empire on earth" and "beat the devil" on December 3rd by achieving re-election in Venezuela is a bold and stark reminder that the fiery President has achieved what many dismiss as impossible - Chavez has derailed the plan for global dictatorship.
The Free Trade Area of the Americas, craved for so long by internationalists whose goal is to centralize global power into a pervasive world government structure with the U.S. as the token figurehead, was derailed last year when Chavez signed the Bolivarian Alternative for the Americas, which effectively killed the FTAA.
Chavez insistence that, "The FTAA can go to hell," is a rallying cry that has spread like wildfire across Latin America over the past year and has completely isolated U.S. and Mexican aspirations to have had the power bloc in place by 2005. It falls further behind schedule by the day and this is one reason why the Bush junta and the CIA are chomping at the bit to overthrow Chavez as they first attempted to do in April 2002.
But it's a forlorn desire supported by an arrogance that buries the memory of the riots that resulted in Chavez re-taking control less than 48 hours later.
Framing Venezuela as a safe-haven for Al-Qaeda terrorists, as some have tried to do, is a discredited old method and simply won't pass the smell test with the Venezuelans or U.S. citizens. The only umbrella under which Venezuela can conceivably be overthrown would be an inside coup de 'tat smoke screened as a natural political transition, but Chavez himself would have to be kept in the dark over a long period of time for anything of this nature to take place. Any overtly violent putsch would immediately be recognized for what it was by the Venezuelans and riots would ensue again.
While cutting slack for unforeseen circumstances, the Globalists are stuck between a rock and a hard place and it is patently clear that Hugo Chavez has derailed the plan for global government.
As Wayne Madsen points out, recent election results across the region show a noticeable decline of successful candidates with close ties to the Bush administration and the Neo-Con junta. Venezuela, Nicaragua, Ecuador, Bolivia, Uruguay and Cuba have all elected leaders with populist, nationalist and anti-globalist sympathies.
Madsen notes that during his campaign Bush backed banana tycoon Alvaro Noboa, opponent of newly elected President of Ecuador Rafael Correa, "bragged about his close ties to the international bankers' class, including the Rockefeller family."
Such vapid associations are now routinely perceived as admissions of a candidate serving the dark side and the individuals who declare such alliances are being kicked out of power across the world.
Chavez does not mince words when he characterizes the enemy in stating, "We are facing the threat of global challenges stemming from the genocidal, immoral, sick, and corrupt elite currently governing the United States, which appear to have no limits."
In taking on this elite, Chavez has built his attack on the legitimacy of the uni-polar world and U.S. imperial domination on two pillars.
1) By following a populist course of serving the interests of his own country rather than an elitist fad-driven ideologue of submission to the role of a slave cell in a global dictatorship. This has afforded him the overwhelming support of his countrymen domestically.
2) By consistently and vociferously denouncing the U.S. led imperial agenda as being mired in a toxic soup of lies, deliberate carnage and false justifications. Chavez' repeated attacks on the official story behind 9/11, other state sponsored acts of false flag terror and their exploitation to advance geopolitical agendas has resonated internationally.
Chavez's socialist leanings do not sit well with many, this author included, but no one can deny that his actions have contributed substantially to reversing the stampede of world fascism, neo-mercantilism and economic meltdown presided over by unelected, unchecked, faceless powers in pursuit of global totalitarianism and a new world order.
No surprise it is therefore to witness the juggernaut of the U.S. media engage in ceaseless attempts to drag the name of Chavez through the mud - mindful, desperate and terrified that another "rogue state" has excelled itself in neutralizing the goals of an elite hell-bent on turning the earth into a prison planet.
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