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Scott Sullivan : KGB can protect US empire




The US and Texas conservatives are doing exactly the right thing by promoting Texas secession from the United States. US conservatives should intensify the pro-secessionist pressure until Obama demonstrates a commitment to protect the US empire in exactly the same way that Communist China protects Tibet and Communist Russia protects Georgia. In other words, Obama must confront the racist (i.e. anti-Gringo) expansionist and reactionary policies of Mexico and Venezuela. Meanwhile, US progressives and communists must offer full support to US Conservatives to defend the US empire, beginning in Latin America.

All US citizens, not just US Conservatives, have reason to be worried about Latin American political instability caused by Mexican and Venezuelan radicalism.   US citizens in the southern states are especially at risk from military invasion from Latin America, as shown in the classic US film Red Dawn, directed by the great John Milius, a Lithuanian who saw his own country invaded and erased from the map by Soviet Russia prior to WW II.

Mexico and Venezuela are backstopped by the revanchist and racist states of Germany and Japan, who seek revenge against the US for ending their dreams of dominating Europe and Asia. This powerful pro-Nazi Axis receives important ideological support from Latin America's influential ultra-leftist Trotskyite states such as Cuba, Nicaragua, and Bolivia.

Furthermore, this Iran-Germany-Venezuela pro-Nazi Axis receives financial support from US oil companies, especially those who have come to terms with Hugo Chavez and who dream of dominating and exploiting Latin America's oil sector under the protection of Hugo Chavez.

Latin America's pro-Nazi militants also are able to draw large subsidies from Latin American drug cartels, such as the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC). The FARC has gathered tens of millions of dollars in revenue via kidnapping, large scale drug smuggling, and financial extortion from Western companies that operate in FARC controlled areas.

Colombia's FARC terrorist group, active for more than twenty tears, provides the largest example of Latin America's Narco-terrorist groups.   The FARC operates from government-protected sanctuaries in Venezuela and has extended FARC attacks and their terrorist empire deep into the territory of Colombia, Brazil, Ecuador, Panama, and Paraguay.

Moreover, in a bid to consolidate its own self-financing terrorist organizations, Iran is establishing Islamic narco-terrorist groups that would underwrite Iran's military training in Bolivia for Hezbollah.   Iran's Latin American Hezbollah would operate from government protected sanctuaries in Bolivia against targets in Bolivia's pro-US neighbors, Brazil, Chile, Argentina, and Peru.

To the surprise of US conservatives, the closest US allies on the issue of protecting US territorial integrity and supporting US imperialist aims in Latin America will be China and Russia, both of which are powerful in Latin America. With support from Russia and China, backstopped by the great democratic states of Brazil, Chile and Argentina, America cannot lose.

 

Scott Sullivan is a former Washington government employee and was the Senior Advisor for International Economics at the Crisis Management Center of the National Security Council, 1984 - 1986. Petroleumworld not necessarily share these views.

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