A. Because that’s where the CIA bagman was to meet him for the hand-over. Why else?
Journalist José Vicente Rangel informed of plans to assassinate the president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, with the help of agents of the CIA in Chile.
“Agents and criminals on the payroll of the CIA in Chile, Washington Moreira (with credentials of the DEA) and Todd Porter (of the FBI), are those in charge of passing clandestine resources for bringing about the assassinations of Nicolás Maduro and Diosdado Cabello,” said Rangel, quoting from the blog of Dr. Pedro Grima Gallardo.
On his TV show “José Vicente Today”, the journalist stated that on the blog, two possible scenarios are laid out. “The first refers to the assassination of Maduro amid an atmosphere of social chaos and generalized disorder — artificially created,” Rangel said.
According to Gallardo’s blog, the event could result in a power vacuum to create pressure for a military intervention, supported by the opposition, for which the CIA has redoubled its contacts with military commanders to sound out possible reactions.
In the event that the assassination attempt fails, they will try to assassinate Diosdado Cabello, president of the National Assembly, to lay the blame on Maduro and the Iranian intelligence service.
“The financing for this operation comes via narcotrafficking,” according to the website La Colmena, which published the names of various businesses with offices in Chile, Bolivia, Peru and Colombia, as well as headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia.
Translation mine. Linkage added.
This is no doubt why there were huge demonstrations last week in Chile against the Majunche’s presence on their soil. They’re no strangers to CIA “interventions” in their democracy; the last time it happened, Salvador Allende was killed and Chilean democracy died with him. Of course they want nothing of the sort for their compañer@s in Venezuela! And of course they’re not going to give anything like a friendly reception to the CIA’s designated “democratic political candidate” (note the quotes, there for a reason) in Venezuela, either.
Meanwhile, in a hilarious bit of irony, guess what? Majunche doesn’t know what “fascism” really means:
The nominal governor of Miranda, Henrique Capriles Randonski, returned to Venezuela after what he called a “successful” tour of Chile and Peru.
On his Twitter account, he wrote: “Now in our beloved homeland Venezuela, a thousand thanks to all who supported us today in the airport in front of a fascist group.”
He denounced an aggression against the airline in which he flew, LAN (Chile).
“The fascist government is repressing the LAN airline bc we travelled on it to Chile and back, that’s how fascists behave!” Capriles tweeted.
He was even able to write “Extraordinary visit #Chile#Peru Hugs to our vzlan brothers who were there, the voice of Vzla’s majority was heard loud and clear.”
What does one call those who change the meanings of words?
Irony-impaired, would be my humble guess.