With the US’s plans to oust Chavismo in Venezuela, project ‘Guaido’ being a total failure, Bruno Sgarzini concludes that U.S has only instability and an ‘Islamic State’ left to create. – ed, Flores
By Bruno Sgarzini – A chronicle published by Orlando Avendaño in the reactionary PanamPost
On January 16th, after going back and forth between the four opposition leaders, the strategy was re-launched, again at the OAS when the United States called a meeting with Leopoldo López, through a video call, with Juan Guaidó. This time the proposal was presented to the ambassadors of Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Guatemala, Chile, Honduras and Paraguay.
The United States endorsed it and a few days later, Vice President Mike Pence contacted Guaidó before his “self-proclamation” to reiterate the White House’s support, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal authored by Juan Forero and David Luhnow. On February 18th, almost a month after the staging of Guaidó, these two reporters
“The people who designed this plan in Caracas and sold it here (in Washington), sold it with the promise that if Guaidó made a move and (the countries of South America) and the United States backed him up, the military would turn and Maduro would leave.”
That did not happen, as is known, on February 23rd in the attempt to deliver “humanitarian aid”, led in the front line by the envoy to Venezuela from the State Department, Elliott Abrams, the head of the Agency for International Development for the State Department, Mark Green, the OAS Secretary General, Luis Almagro, the President of Colombia, Iván Duque, and his peers from Paraguay and Chile, Mario Abdo Benítez and Sebastián Piñera. On Monday 25th, Vice President Mike Pence allegedly challenged Guaidó for failing to get half of the Venezuelan military to break ranks, as he had promised, according to a
WHO IS BEHIND GUAIDO?
It was covered by journalists who
That is to say: Guaidó in essence is a fusion of the Popular Will party, perhaps the most financed and most related to the State Department and the political-mafia fauna of Florida, represented today by Senator Marco Rubio. Who through Mauricio Claver-Carone and Carlos Trujillo controls the seat for Latin America in the National Security Council, and the diplomatic representation of the United States in the OAS. Both are known to have been advisors and people close to Rubio during his last electoral campaigns, financed by the Koch industrialists,
Paradoxically, on August 30th, long before the Guaidó adventure began, Marco Rubio
That same month of August, President Maduro gave a press conference, after the attempt to assassinate him with some drones, where he
In December, very close to the meeting in the OAS that hatched Guaidó, President Maduro
The end of the story is widely known: Guaidó self-proclaimed in a plaza in Chacao, with that excuse the United States ordered an oil embargo on Venezuela, García Palomo was arrested just before he carried out his last coup attempt, and Washington a month later backed up a military operation from Colombia, under the cover of disinterested “humanitarian aid”.
GUAIDÓ, THE FUSE THAT FRAYS
The White House designed Guaidó as an
Washington’s determination to accumulate sanctions, embargoes, threats and diplomatic offenses is another demonstration of how it is used to accelerate a route that has bogged down. Especially in the regional and international arena, where the thesis of an intervention has not been well received to the point that one of the creators of the operation, John Bolton, has been
The Guaidó operation needs to be on track, like the Bolton’s plan’s route, because beyond the epic that is mediatized and standardized by social media, the amount of power resources put against Venezuela has not achieved the necessary objectives, but the cohesion of Chavismo around Maduro has.
Because in the sense of “the Empire acts creating its own reality to do it”, paraphrasing a senior official of Ronald Reagan, the story about the Venezuelan conflict has gotten out of hand. Therefore, to stoke the socialist threat, stirred by Trump ahead of the presidential race in 2020, the route of aggression to Venezuela has to find a channel that Guaidó has not given. Which makes him useful as long as he can explain the appearance, or not, of the next phase, which is possibly the renewed attempt to create a Venezuelan Islamic State, in case of not achieving the exit of the government by any other type of way.
In this context, of local managers who can not fulfill global orders, the importance of Guaidó is reduced only to what they can do with him.