Skip to comments.Vladimir Villegas: Chávez’s Chess Piece in Mexico
Posted on 11/19/2005 12:04:45 PM PST by Kitten Festival
The Embassy of Venezuela in Mexico has been shown, by very different sectors in that country and in Mexico, to be an instrument of the ideological propaganda and political expansion of the personal interests of Hugo Chávez. Observations of interventionism include giving electoral support to the PRD [Democratic Revolutionary Party of Mexico], even "espionage," as well as a presumed importation of high caliber weapons and contacts with the FARC, ETA and Al Qaeda.
Mexico City | Tuesday, 15 November 2005 | Vladimir Villegas is a person of Euro-African heritage showing a good sense of humor and charisma. Tall, robust, sporting glasses and a smiling mustache, he has been residing in Mexico for only five months. His hair thinning, and dressed without any display of luxury, very much in accord with his perennial socialist ideals that have possessed him since he was a communist student leader, he wears plastic-soled shoes.
Well, then this man is accused of televising illegal recordings in order to attack Hugo Chávezs opponents, of creating international spy rings, of being the architect of the Venezuelan funding apparatus for Lula [in Brazil], of advising and providing funds for the campaigns of Marcelo Ebrard and Andrés Manuel López Obrador [in Mexico]. Ah, and another detail: the PGR [Office of the Attorney General of Mexico] is investigating him concerning weapons shipments from Venezuela supposedly intended for the EPR [Popular Revolutionary Army].
This is the gift President Hugo Chávez presented in the guise of a Venezuelan ambassador to this country. The Bolivarian Revolution. There was more to come.
(Excerpt) Read more at vcrisis.com ...
There are only about 40 families that control Mexico. They remember what happened when Castro came to power in Cuba. If their livelihoods are threatened, Chavez will be assassinated.
All 40 have U.S. passports. Don't count on it.
Before Chavez, Venezuela was controlled by an even smaller group.
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