With all that's wrong with the world, and my own swamminess ringing true for the fate of Pakistan, I was wondering the other day about where our dear friend, John Dimitri Negroponte was, and what the devil he was up too.
I thought this might give me a clue to where the next disaster theater will be, once of course the US/UK/Israel alliance is done their upcoming work in the mid-east, namely of course attempting to blow up Iran.
Well it turns out that our dear friend, Mr. Negroponte has been named a director of the Council of the Americas.
Who are they you ask?
Well, nothing but a spin off of the Rockefeller creation, the Trilateral Commission, created by of course the same David Rockefeller who said this:
"We are grateful to The Washington Post, The New York Times, Time Magazine and other great publications whose directors have attended our meetings and respected their promises of discretion for almost forty years. It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subject to the bright lights of publicity during those years. But, the work is now much more sophisticated and prepared to march towards a world government. The supranational sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world bankers is surely preferable to the national autodetermination practiced in past centuries." David Rockefeller, founder of the Trilateral Commission, in an address to a meeting of The Trilateral Commission, in June, 1991
So, John Negroponte, who of course is infamous for the Death Squads of Central America is now heading this 'Council of the Americas'. Which brings me to think of the recent coup in Hondouras, and of course the non-reaction of the US. Here we have a democratically elected leader, Zelaya, who simply wanted a referendum so the people could choose whether to amend their own constitution to allow for more than one term presidency. How is that a bad thing? Well Zelaya, as many know, was also introducing reforms - reforms which would benefit the average person - most of whom live in poverty as the rich corporate masters continue to exploit the land and peoples. Well - we can't have that can we??
So, now that Johnny is back home, heading this Council of the Americas, will we begin to see a resurection of violence in Central and South America? Perhaps, as Johnny's reputation in Hondouras is certainly not a clean one.
Where ever this man goes, whatever this man touches, turns into a violent bloodbath shortly thereafter. He is a master at stirring up extremists, training them, and letting them loose on their own populations. As we already know, his involvement in the death squads, trained at the infamous 'School of the Americas', is of course legendary. His further mission, as Ambassador to Iraq, was followed by the creation of their own death squads, same for his involvement in Afghanistan and of course more recently - Pakistan.
This does not bode well for either South or Central America, where exploitation has been the norm for over a century. Yet, those feisty folks are fighting back. Chavez, Morales and others have awakened a pride and yearning for their own freedom, freedom from the overwhelmingly oppressive influences of the US and her corporate masters. Obama, the Prince of Peace, according to Nobel, has announced further US bases to be built in Colombia (the US' whore on the continent), he had said he would shut down the School of the Americas, but well - he hasn't (what else is new - has this man actually done anything?). Keep in mind, that the coup leaders, primarily Vasquez, the Joint Chief of Staff and Gen. Suazo both trained at the infamous, SOA. Coincidence? Hardly.
They are still in control.
That said, I think we will see more problems arise, now that Johnny boy is back.
Keep your eye on this man - death is his sidekick and where ever he goes, she follows.