Wednesday, November 28, 2007

CIA Up To It's Usual Garbage. Again

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CIA Venezuela Destabilization Memo Surfaces

"On November 26, 2007 the Venezuelan government broadcast and circulated a confidential memo from the US embassy to the CIA which is devastatingly revealing of US clandestine operations and which will influence the referendum this Sunday, December 2, 2007.

The memo sent by an embassy official, Michael Middleton Steere, was addressed to the Director of Central Intelligence, Michael Hayden. The memo was entitled 'Advancing to the Last Phase of Operation Pincer' and updates the activity by a CIA unit with the acronym 'HUMINT' (Human Intelligence) which is engaged in clandestine action to destabilize the forth-coming referendum and coordinate the civil military overthrow of the elected Chavez government."

The memo cheerfully advocates:

~Take the streets and protest with violent, disruptive actions across the nation
~Generate a climate of ungovernability
~Provoke a general uprising in a substantial part of the population
~Engage in a "plan to implode" the voting centers on election day by encouraging opposition voters to "VOTE and REMAIN" in their centers to agitate others
~Start to release data during the early hours of the afternoon on Sunday that favor the NO vote (in clear violation of election regulations)

~Sustain firmly the propaganda against Chavez
~Execute military actions to support the opposition mobilizations and propagandistic occupations
~Finalize the operative preparations on the US military bases in Curacao and Colombia to provide support to actions in Venezuela
~Control a part of the country during the next 72-120 hours
~Encourage a military rebellion inside the National Guard forces and other components

Don't it make you prouder 'n shit?


Anonymous nick z. said...

Hmm... what's all that stuff about anti-government terrorist activities again?

29/11/07 4:27 AM  
Blogger spooked said...

This is no surprise at all, but it's good to have this out there.

I have always found the demonization of Chavez by the US a ridiculous farce-- there's almost a desperate quality about it.

29/11/07 5:51 AM  
Blogger nolocontendere said...

Calling the kettle black, nick.
Chavez seems to have taken up where the Sandanistas in Nicaragua left off - the threat of a good example to his neighbors.

29/11/07 7:23 AM  

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