Lo importante y lo que no se ha dicho mucho es que Colombia teme una invasión de Venezuela porque los informes de inteligencia sitúan desplazamientos importantes de tropas venezolanas hacia la frontera. Esto es súmamente grave, teniendo en cuenta además la alianza de Chávez con la guerrilla colombiana FARC y el ingente aumento del gasto venezolano de defensa.
En otras noticias relacionadas sobre Venezuela, Chávez continúa yendo a por los judíos venezolanos (link in English: MUST READ) h/t O Insurgente:
The Forward reports on anti-Jewish harassment by Hugo Chavez in Venezuela, a quarter of whose Jewish population has fled the country since his election. “Target the Jews” has got to be a whole chapter in the “Dictatorship for Dummies” handbook.Lo bueno es quién lleva la seguridad de Chávez:
Tarek al Assaimi, a former far-left student leader whose father was the representative of Saddam Hussein’s Baath party in Venezuela, is the deputy Interior and Justice minister in charge of internal security and, as such, could have been involved in initiating the raidComo siempre vamos: populista, comunista (al fin y al cabo, el socialismo del siglo XXI es un comunismo con otro nombre), islamista, anti-semita. No falla. Da igual dónde o cuándo se produzca el fenómeno...
Por último, la mujer española y sus dos hijas que estaban retenidas en un banco venezolano han sido liberadas y están en un centro hospitalario. Gracias a Dios. Esperemos que los demás sean liberados pronto y no haya que lamentar víctimas.
The latest about South America has another role players: Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez and Colombian President Uribe.
The first one has
as called for his “allies” to pull their money out of U.S. banks and to stop all investments in the north. He once again called for strengthening his socialist alliances and goals. At one point he said, “we should start to bring our reserves here.” That seems tame enough as he tries to get the focus on his failing socialist reforms and the deteriorating situation in the country, but he went a bit further when Chavez called on Cuba, Bolivia and Nicaragua to form a military alliance to guard against attacks from the U.S. HERE’S THE LATEST WRITE UP.And Colombia is worried because it's intelligence services are reporting huge deployments of Venezuelan troops by their common frontier. Considering Chávez is an ally of the FARC's terrorist group, these are not good news...
Chavez said that U.S. military support for Colombia to help fight guerrillas and drug traffickers is a threat to Latin American unity, according to an e-mailed statement from the Information Ministry. “Interfering with Bolivia, Nicaragua or Cuba is also interfering with Venezuela,” Chavez said of his biggest Latin American allies yesterday during his weekly “Alo Presidente” television program. “This is about reestablishing the concept of unity.”
Chavez on Jan. 26 said Colombia, the U.S.’s biggest Latin American ally, is trying to provoke a war with Venezuela and planning “aggression” against him. Diplomatic relations between Colombia and Venezuela have deteriorated over the past three months.
We will wait hoping nothing serious happens...
- Chávez chomps on coca leaf at ALBA summit @ GP. Vamos que Chávez masticó coca en medio de la cumbre... Sin comentarios.
- Lula, el gran aliado de las FARC @ Martha Colmenares.
- Work on Bolivia-Argentina gas line to start in July @ Yahoo.
- Chávez; Columbia US pawn @ John.
- "¡¡Estamos en guerra!! ¡¡Nos ataca el Imperio!!" grita el Frente Cívico Militar Bolivariano @ Noticias24.