Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Coup D'Etat Rumblings In Venezuela

I'm just throwing this out there as one man's opinion. Hell, many of my posts are only my opinions, so this fits right in.

Just watch and see if this comes to pass.
The Bush administration tried and failed three prior times to oust Hugo Chavez since its first aborted two-day coup attempt in April, 2002. Through FOIA requests, lawyer, activist and author Eva Golinger uncovered top secret CIA documents of US involvement that included an intricate financing scheme involving the quasi-governmental agency, National Endowment of Democracy (NED), and US Agency for International Development (USAID). The documents also showed the White House, State Department and National Security Agency had full knowledge of the scheme, had to have approved it, and there's little doubt of CIA involvement as it's always part of this kind of dirty business. What's worrying now is what went on then may be happening again in what looks like a prelude to a fourth made-in-Washington attempt to oust the Venezuelan leader that must be monitored closely as events develop.

Via The Daily Scare.

You might find it interesting to go to this The Daily Scare post. Its titled: Are Conspiracy Theorists out of Their Gourds?

Hey, even The National Enquirer and Star get it right sometimes.

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