Once Aryan Skynet Goes Live It Doesn't Matter Who Pulled The Switch
Agence France-Presse reported last week from Quito, Ecuador:
Ecuador’s Congress voted overwhelmingly to lift presidential term limits from 2021, triggering violent demonstrations that saw police attacked with spears, clubs and home-made rockets.
Ecuador now joins fellow leftist-led Latin American nations Venezuela and Nicaragua in allowing multiple re-elections.
After nine hours of debate, and opposition protests in the streets of Quito and other cities, the legislature — dominated by supporters of President Rafael Correa — voted 100-8 in favor of the constitutional amendments.
While the legislature barred Correa from running for re-election in the 2017 national polls, he could become a candidate in 2021. The socialist leader has been in power since 2007.
Protests, sometimes violent, were held in the country’s main cities, including Guayaquil, Ecuador’s most populous city. […]
Outside Congress, a large crowd hurled stones, clubs and fired rockets at police, who took cover behind large shields.
Protesters, some wearing hoods, were seen charging riot police on horseback with spears.
“We’re living in a dictatorship. This is a dictatorship because it’s arrogant and authoritarian, it’s a government that does what it wants with our resources,” said one protester, Patricia Pinto, 43.
Protest organizers said that 20 people had been arrested, but police did not release arrest figures.
“Indefinite re-election is a mechanism that can provide moments of stability,” but ultimately it “weakens democracy,” political scientist Daniel Montalvo told AFP.
Mr. Montalvo crops up now and again in articles as an authority on matters Latin American. An instructor at Vanderbilt University, he has been a recipient for a number of years of the largesse of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the same organization which, readers may recall, employed ISIS “beheading” victim James Foley, who also just happened to work for Agence France-Presse. Montalvo, too, is associated with Elizabeth J. Zechmeister’s USAID-sponsored Latin American Public Opinion Project (LAPOP), which, unsurprisingly, claims to have determined through rigorous analysis that USAID’s “community intervention” programs in Central America “have been a success” and that a majority of Ecuadorians favors free trade agreements. Wow!
Are the raucous protests described by Agence France-Presse the result of a popular discontent with the Bolivarian Revolution as realized in Ecuador and indicative of a general will to embrace the globalist order that Correa’s government opposes – or is some other force at work? “Washington wants Ecuador’s President Rafael Correa removed from power,” Timothy Alexander Guzman states bluntly at Silent Crow News. “Washington says it is concerned about the freedom of the press in Ecuador because their non-government organization ‘Fundamedios’ funded by United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) and Freedom House among others is in the process of being shut down by the Correa government.”
— Arsen Ostrovsky (@Ostrov_A) April 11, 2015
Since 2009, the world has seen what the Obama administration has done to sovereign nations in the name of democracy. Libya, Honduras and the Ukraine are some of the recent examples of U.S. foreign policy that has only proved to be disastrous on many levels. Ecuador would be added to Obama’s list of countries ripe for regime change.
First, Correa is a staunch ally of Latin America’s leftist governments of Bolivia, Venezuela, Nicaragua, Argentina and Brazil who are critical of U.S. Foreign policy. What makes matters worse for Washington was the closure of the Manta Air Force Base in 2009, a promise made by Correa in a 2006 campaign.
Washington wants a new government in Ecuador to reopen the Manta Air Force Base for surveillance and the so-called “War on Drugs”. […]
From alliances with anti-Washington governments to the closure of the Manta Air Force Base, to protecting Julian Assange and a lawsuit against Chevron-Texaco for environmental damages to the Amazon, Correa is a target for regime change. Just remember back in history when the CIA orchestrated a coup against Ecuadorian President Carlos Julio Arosemena simply because he criticized the U.S. government and supported the Cuban revolution led by Fidel Castro. Correa has done a lot more to diminish U.S. power in Latin America than any other president in its current history.
Correa has accused the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) earlier this year of “being increasingly involved in the political opposition with the avowed aim of dragging the country into chaos” and weaken the Ecuadorian government by “a series of coordinated nationwide protests.”
As with the international media campaign against Venezuela’s Chavez and the recent neoliberal ouster of Argentina’s Kirchner, there is also a Zionist angle to the hostility of United States foreign policy toward Correa’s Ecuador. Last year, as a show of protest against Netanyahu’s genocide of the Gaza Palestinians in “Operation Protective Edge”, the Ecuadorian president canceled a visit to Israel. Ecuador also withdrew its ambassador from the Zionist state and announced its intention to establish an embassy in Palestine.
Correa recently put eyebrows on alert again when, in response to a critic’s unimaginative accusation that the Ecuadorian leader is a “fascist”, he sarcastically tweeted “Heil Hitler!” – a remark the Jewish press has been quick to treat as a shameful and frightening Mel Gibson moment, with more than one news site featuring a photograph of Correa waving so as to make him appear to be hoisting a Roman salute. Breitbart, calling Correa a “hardline leftist”, characterized the tweet as a “Nazi social media gaffe”. Whether or not facetiously tweeting “Heil Hitler!” is good Ecuadorian politics this writer does not pretend to know; but one thing is certain: when the Zio-globalist establishment piles on as it has in Correa’s case, he must be doing something right.
¡Oye, amigos de America del Sur! ¡El sueño fascista es para ti!
[Read more about Zio-American subversion of Latin America here.]