Latin America, South America (Columbia, Paraguay)
Ecuador South America Coup Attempt
October 1, 2010 A group of South American leaders condemned an attempted coup in Ecuador that killed 2, and praised troops for rescuing the president in a shootout with police.
After an emergency meeting in Argentina, they pledged to send their foreign ministers to Ecuador to show support for President Rafael Correa,
whom police allegedly kidnapped Thursday in an attempt to force him to revoke a new law.
Hundreds of troops arrived at a hospital outside the capital to rescue Correa Thursday night. There is unrest throughout the country.
Correa, wearing a military helmet and a gas mask, escaped in a wheelchair as gunfire rang out, he said.
Correa announced that there will be no forgiveness nor forgetting for the police that were insubordinate.
The disturbances occurred as Correa threatened to dissolve the National Assembly over a dispute about several laws, including public service and education.
Violence erupted when police officers took to the streets, claiming a new law would take away their bonuses and reduce their compensation.
PERU, South America
CANAMEX, NAU, TPP
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Ecuador does not recognize illegitimate Ukraine govt
Mar 30, 2014 Ecuador will not deal with the coup-appointed Kiev government. President Rafael Correa declared he would only negotiate with a legitimate government.
Ecuador had abstained from the UN vote condemning Crimea.
Crimea was historically Russian.
Latin America Moving Away from Washington’s Influence
August 2011 Perhaps the biggest foreign-policy story of the past decade, thoroughly overlooked by the American media after 9/11 and its subsequent monomaniacal focus on terrorism, security and the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, is the fact that Latin America has essentially moved away from Washington's influence.
This quiet revolution from below, in rejecting the Monroe Doctrine, first enunciated in 1823 whereby the U.S. essentially barred European powers from influence in Latin America, has essentially for nearly 200 years served as an ideological platform for countless U.S. interventions south of the border but has yet to register on the radar the politicians in Washington.
From Ecuador to Paraguay, Venezuela to Brazil, governments increasingly composed of representatives of the indigenous people, are more and more rebuffing Washington's advice as they seek to determine their countries’ futures without undue interference from their giant North American neighbor.
Nowhere is this more evident than in Brazil, which after suffering decades of corrupt government and intermittent military dictatorship in 2003 elected Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva as president, who’s adroit and progressive policies until he relinquished the proposed last year have laid the foundations for the dramatic rise of Brazil's economy.
President Lula focused on social equality and improving the lot of the nation's poor, and that and other policies such as reining in the rampant inflation that ravaged the country when he took office, saw him leave the presidency with an approval rating of 80 percent, a political achievement unmatched in any other country.
Lula put Brazil’s economic interests first and foremost, and spoke his mind prior to a G20 summit in March 2009, when in Brasilia, with British Prime Minister Gordon Brown squirming uncomfortably beside him, he addressed the issue of the global recession which had begun the previous year by telling reporters, "This crisis was caused by no black man or woman or by no indigenous person or by no poor person. This crisis was fostered and boosted by irrational behavior of some people that are white, blue-eyed. Before the crisis they looked like they knew everything about economics, and they have demonstrated they know nothing about economics." Challenged about his claims, Lula responded: "I only record what I see in the press. I am not acquainted with a single black banker."
Indirectly addressing the West’s and in particular the United States' obsession with security against terrorism in the wake of the 9/11 attacks, Lula continued, "We do not have the right to allow this crisis to continue for long. We are determined to make sure the world financial system is vigorously regulated. You go to a shopping mall and you are filmed. You go to the airport and you are watched. I can't imagine that only the financial system has no surveillance at all."
Last July while visiting Zambia Lula noted, “We had a debt of $30 billion to the International Monetary Fund but when I took office, we repaid the IMF and we don’t owe anymore to the IMF. On the contrary, the IMF owes us $14 billion. We have $250 billion in our currency reserves.”
Now the crown jewel in Brazil's economy, the government-managed Petrobras energy company is to build on Lula's sound fiscal foundation and stated that it intends to double its output within the next four years. Furthermore, echoing Lula's reluctance to rely on foreign financial funding, Petrobras said that its plan to more than double oil output will boost the company's cash flow and eliminate the need to tap debt markets in less than a decade, as profits from oil sales will be enough to cover both operating and debt costs, according to Petrobras Chief Financial Officer Almir Barbassa.
Earlier this week Petrobras announced its plans to invest $224.7 billion in increasing production through 2015, more than any other major oil producer in the world, as it develops some of the world’s largest discoveries in three decades outside of the Caspian basin.
Barbassa said modestly, “Cash flow will be enough to pay debt amortizations and the investments we will have. Few companies in the world can say this.”
A government focused both on social reform and prudent economic policy while the country's largest company purchases a policy of minimizing foreign borrowing through a pay-as-you-go policy – what radical concepts.
It would seem that the future of Petrobras is quite bright, and if Washington bothers to listen to its rising southern economic superpower hemispheric neighbor it might even learn a few things about fiscal accountability, if the Republicans in Congress can be momentarily dissuaded from their efforts to drive America’s international credit ratings over a cliff.
Pacific Alliance, Latin America
Copy of the rapidly failing eurozone?
Pacific Alliance unites Mexico, Colombia, Peru and Chile economies
June 2012 * Step 1 - dropping visas.
WOW! This is a southern hemisphere copy of the rapidly failing eurozone!
Presidents of 4 Latin American nations formally launched the move to drop visa requirements so citizens can travel freely between those four countries.
The Pacific Alliance integrates their economies and trade links with the Asia-Pacific region.
The presidents of Costa Rica, Panama and others also attended. (I wonder if Hawaii was there.)
They say they dont plan to displace other groupings such as the Andean Community, or the Union of South American Nations.
Costa Rican President Laura Chinchilla formally asked to join the alliance.
Could this relate to the UN withcraft summit in RIO 2012 ?
Bush Family buys the Guarani Aquifer
June, 2015 - The Bush family purchased land located on part of the Guarani Aquifer System. The groundwater reservoir is the largest renewable freshwater resource in the world. It could supply the world with drinking water for 200 years.
The African Nubian transboundary Aquifer beneath Libya, Egypt, Chad and Sudan is larger.
During his presidency in 2005 George Bush family acquired land in Chaco, Paraguay, near the border area of Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay and Bolivia.
Lands purchased by the Bush family are located on the Guarani Aquifer, South America and the world’s largest uncontaminated and renewable groundwater reservoir, which lies beneath the surface of four countries — Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay — and is as large as Texas and California combined.
The Guarani Aquifer hydraulic ingenuity is being guided by the World Bank in pursuit of its own eevil privatization agenda.
The transboundary territory of the Guarani Aquifer is shared among Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay, and Uruguay.
Bush buys land in Paraguay Chaco region
October 23, 2006 - Chaco sits atop huge natural gas reserves.
The Bush land is close to U.S. military installation, the Mariscal Estigarribia Air Base.
Bush and the Carlyle Group own major tracts of land along CANAMEX, the proposed U.S. super-highway linking Mexico and Canada.
The region at convergence of Argentina-Brazil-Paraguay borders is money laundering, smuggling, arms and illegal narcotics trafficking, and drugs, most of which is consumed in Brazil, Argentina, and Chile.
Paraguay 100,000 acre Bush family farm
October 2006 RUMOR - The Bush family have bought a 100,000 acre ranch in northern Paraguay South America. Bush bought land in Paso de Patria, near the border with Brazil and Bolivia.
The chaco semi-arid lowland Guarani Aquifer is one of the largest underground water reserves in Paraguay.
US President Bush purchases land in Paraguay
October, 2006 Sorcha - Jenna Bush has purchased 100,000 acres of land in landlocked Paraguay, South America on behalf of her father. George W. Bush family plans to settle on the Acuifero Guarani Paraguay, between Brazil and Bolivia. Jenna used the cover of a United Nations group to arrange this purchase Jenna Bush joins UNICEF program in Paraguay.
The ties between the Bush Family and Paraguay go back to his grandfather Prescott Bush.
CHARGE - Operation Condor in South America during the 1970’s when George HW Bush was CIA director to co-ordinate assassinations of the dictators of Chile, Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, and Paraguay.
Much of Sorcha is just crap, but you never know what you'll find.
George Bush family
Fast and Furious gun running op
The Bush family could conceivably control the water for the whole world.
Hellary Clinton broke Libya, rich in oil, minerals - and - WATER
Giant skeletons found in Ecuador
Nov 29, 2015 - Skeletons uncovered in the Ecuador and Peru Amazon region are undergoing examination in Germany. A race of tall people existed hundreds of years ago deep in the Amazon.
Several human skeletons found dating to the 1400s and 1500s that measure between 7 feet and 8 feet (213 to 243 centimeters) in height. A female skeleton measured 7 feet and 4 inches (223.5 centimeters) in height. Because of the size of the skeletons, this has both anthropological and medical implications.
Locals also believed these people belonged to the spirit world.
NEPHILIM Genesis 6:4
Giants in America, NEPHILIM
SONS of GOD, NEPHILIM
Merovingian illuminati Bloodline, NWO
Elongated giant skulls
Nov 15, 2016 - A recent discovery in Bolivia uncovers the true history about the Giants (NEPHILIM Genesis 6:4 ). Elongated skulls are genetic. The ancient civilizations mysteries are covered up with lies to cover up findings that prove the Holy Bible true.
6 bodies were uncovered near Patapatani in Bolivia. A Finnish research team found the remains in a Chullpa Aymara funerary tower, explicitly constructed for people of royal status.
Two of those bodies display anomalous cranial deformation, freakishly large, elongated skulls. Their discovery means that the researchers discovered another offspring of the giants.
Among the discoveries was a younger child who was no more than 9 months in development, she also had an elongated skull. Ken the radiologist on the team believes that the 10-13-year-old girl died during child birth.
There are several races of giants mentioned in the Old Testament; Rephaim, Anakim, Emim, Zuzim, Zamzummims, and Zophim. Some still have descendants that are active today. As it’s stated in the Bible; As it was in the days of Noah so shall it be in the days of the coming of the son of man. Luke 17:26
Protests in Peru
Nov 19, 2016 - APEC summit of 20 world leaders in Peru.
Peruvian Navy warship patrolling the Pacific Ocean off Lima.
Protests Erupt in Peru Ahead of Asia-Pacific Economic Meeting.
State workers marched through the streets of Lima, Peru, because they have not been paid. Fishermen forbidden to fish, and have no other means to feed their families. Near Machu Picchu they shut down trains.
Obama needs a nice Peru earthquake about now
Plane crash in Columbia
Nov 29, 2016 - First survivors found from plane crash in Columbia.
6 survivors were found of the 81 people aboard the chartered aircraft from Bolivia that crashed on approaching Medellin in Colombia Monday night. The passengers included members of a Brazilian football team.
Police said 75 people died in the crash, and six survived. He added that the search has been suspended because there are no more survivors at the site. The search has been suspended due to heavy precipitation in the area, which has received heavy rain in recent days,
The plane reported electrical problems before the crash. Elkin Ospina, the mayor of La Ceja said the number of those killed is believed to be 25, indicating a much larger number of survivors. Ospina said it appeared the aircraft ran out of gas.
76 dead and 5 survivors
Nov 29, 2016 - A plane carrying Brazilian football team crashes in Colombia. Team changed flights at the last minute to board the doomed fligiht. Brazilian goalkeeper pulled alive from Colombia air crash wreckage made heartbreaking last call to his wife moments before he died in the hospital.
Brazil football team’s plane skipt refueling stop
Dec 2, 2016 - The pilot of the crashed LaMia plane carrying Brazil team to Colombia chose not to stop for a planned refueling in violation of air safety rules. The crew opted to fly non-stop due to a delay.