Germany’s Deutsche Welle media has pronounced their version of the massive uprisings across South America as simply “…largely peaceful demonstrations, with occasional instances of violence and vandalism and security forces suppressing any mayhem with an iron fist.” The rhetoric includes, “…the blindness of elites to glaring injustice, the arrogance of those who hold power and the absence of economic systems that balance competition and profit with social equity.” But how accurate are these depictions?
Christmas eve in Valparaiso Chile, 120 homes were destroyed by an intentionally sparked fire. In November, Walmart called on the Chilean government for help after they experienced 1,200 episodes of lootings and fires at 128 of its approximately 400 stores. It said 34 supermarkets had been set on fire, and 17 of them destroyed. Walmart blames lack of police protection… And in October amidst violent arson attacks and riots, 17 people died, and Chile’s president declared a state of emergency!
Largely peaceful does not exist.
IN Bolivia, wildfires since August have destroyed nearly 5 million acres of rich forest land. The Defense Minister states that these fires were arson. In November, the Socialist government of Evo Morales resigned en masse and an interim president, Jeanine Anez, was instituted. Still violence engulfs the country as Socialists demand the return of Morales.
Ecuador violence escalated quickly as indigenous protests against President Moreno’s turned violent after he announced that in line with IMF recommendations an austerity initiative regarding fuel subsidies was to be dropped. Moreno stated that the protests were hijacked by masked marauders who attacked journalists, robbed local businesses and set fires, causing hundreds of millions of dollars in lost revenues across multiple industries.
In November protests erupted across Columbia organized by labor unions, students and teachers as ‘rumors’ of austerity measures instigated anger. The President, Ivan Duque, denied the rumors, so the protestors simply changed faces and became animal rights activists, women’s rights, and environmental action groups.
On December 5th, the presidents of Brazil, Uruguay, Bolivia, Chili, Argentina and Paraguay met to discuss specifically who was infiltrating the protests to create chaos and violence. The leaders agreed to share information amongst themselves about certain immigrants from Venezuela and other countries, who are said to be fueling the protests.
While mainstream media portray the protests sweeping across South America as “democracy in trouble”, in reality the riots are a demand for Socialism, income redistribution, free healthcare, free education, and guaranteed pensions for all. In the MSM Democracy = Socialism.
Enter: Inter-American Dialogue, an organization created in 1982 whose purpose has morphed to socialism for all within the oversight of the Organization of American States.
The president of Inter-American Dialogue is Michael Shifter whose past career commands include the National Endowment for Democracy, and the Ford Foundation. NED organizes coups and revolutions, and Ford promotes mass abortion. CO chairs include Laura Chinchilla who previously served as president of Costa Rica and is a member of the National Liberation Party – whose affiliate is Socialist International. Thomas Shannon Jr. is also a co-chair who formerly served as Under Secretary of State under Obama.
Former Secretariat to OAS was Kevin Zamora who simultaneously served as senior fellow at the Brookings Institute. The Brookings Institute is funded by the Gates Foundation, Hewlett Foundation, the Carlyle Group, JP Morgan Chase and Qatar, among others.
When we hear of US interference in other countries, the inference has been our government. While to some extent this is true, the authority of our government has been superseded by a host of NGO’s seeking to create a Global Socialist agenda. The seeds of which tend to find commonality among a trenchette of affiliates from the Clinton, Bush and Obama administrations. They create the means for destabilizing governments that oppose their control, and incite civil revolution and chaos to bring about – ‘change’.
In their quest, an interesting ‘ally’ is revealed – China.
Since 2015, China investment in Latin and South America has reached in the realm of $250 billion far overtaking the US. China was behind the loans to Venezuela that helped collapse the economy. China has become the largest trading partner of Brazil, Chile, Argentina, and Peru.
What does South America have that China wants? Water, agriculture and oil. South America is home to 26% of the world’s fresh water resources. The largest of which are in – Peru, Argentina, Chile, Venezuela and Bolivia – coincidentally the same trading partners for China. IN 2014 it was revealed that Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay had become hugely infiltrated by large Chinese land grabs as their agriculture lands were deemed some of the best in the world. While they have attempted to quell the grabs, within the NGO and Cayman Island affiliates of nondisclosure and offshore investment rigs, China has in fact invested heavily in the purest of agriculture.
While Nero watched.
IN reality, Russia is the decoy. Russia is the boogeyman. Russia has been the target of all things Crimea – while China has been slowly taking over much of South America and ownership of their coveted assets with the assistance of US NGO’s – including NED, funded through the State Department and even, the Department of Defense. But South American farmers are not complaining. The value of their land has risen from $1500 per hectare in 2002 for the most valuable – to $12,000+ as of 2014.
And China – is buying.