People Who Care About Democracy Don’t Plot Coups Abroad

It’s interesting to hear that the US Senate has, in the last day or so just cleared the Russians of any wrongdoing in meddling with the Trump presidential elections. The intelligent world knew this two years ago, but due process of the Senate inquiry needs to have homage paid to it.

What is happening in Venezuela if not the US interfering with the presidency in that country?  America wants that country’s resources. That’s all. Sorry, no, that’s not all. It needs the country in debt to the US multi nationals. John Perkins book ‘The Confessions of an Economic Hit Man’ gives the blueprint. Australia know that game. We have been a past target only we didn’t fight for our sovereignty as Venezuela might, and ours was done with a little more stealth.

Was the $5bn spent by the CIA in Ukraine just prior to the last coup money well spent? Seems it was as it’s puppet President is also now a US lackey.  So it is to be planned that Venezuela will follow suit.

Interesting that the US Secretary of State has planned a visit to Australia  in the no so distant future, while the US President visits his good mate Kim in North Korea ostensibly to discussed subjects of mutual interest. (Trump Towers in Pyongyang is my guess, possibly to confirm the footings pour in 2022!)

But Bolton in Australia??!! Australians beware.  No, only kidding. He is only checking on the US investments here: the political parties.

However, I digress. Back to Venezuela. A little something that was written earlier that needs some air.   It was reported the days ago that a small cache of weapons, and other incidentals needed to forment trouble were found on a commercial flight at Caracas; ammunition for the weapons was somehow mixed up with the ‘humanitarian aid’ which had already been denied entry.  I wonder what that could mean? The following is interesting.   Read on.

“Do we think people who armed death squads and started wars really want to “bring democracy” to Venezuela?

Source: People Who Care About Democracy Don’t Plot Coups Abroad

About HeliTramp

12 Years in the Royal Australian Navy led me into the commercial aviation arena where I exercised the privileges of my Airline Transport Licences in Helicopters and Airplanes conducting interesting operations throughout Australia, Papua New Guinea, Middle East, Iran, South Africa, Sudan, Equatorial Guinea and the US. Retired now and maintaining an active interest in the aviation field, also teaching gliding throughout the local area to the next generation of aviators. My spare time is spent trying to spoil my grandchildren whilst their innocence still makes it fun.
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