Dictatorships Attack With Migration, Narcotics’ Trafficking, and Violence.

The confrontation of the “two Americas”, the democratic and the dictatorial, is getting tense because dictatorships attack with forced migration, the generation of internal violence, and destabilization.

Dictatorships Attack With Migration, Narcotics’ Trafficking, and Violence.

Carlos Sánchez Berzain*

Dictatorships from Cuba, Venezuela, Nicaragua, and Bolivia carry out an attack strategy against democracies in the Americas as their best resource to accomplish the objective of indefinitely remaining in power. Cornered by crises, they have gone into an attack mode and the meeting of the Sao Paolo’s Forum in Havana was the scenario to launch their new phase of destabilization. The confrontation of the “two Americas”, the democratic and the dictatorial, is getting tense because dictatorships attack with forced migration, the generation of internal violence, and destabilization.

In order to remain in power for almost 60 years, Cuba’s dictatorship has used this strategy so that their targets be kept busy defending themselves rather than pointing to the Castroist’s crimes, or deciding to coexist without wasting time and resources to protect themselves from the threat. Now that the “Castroist Chavist dictatorial empire” is breaking down, the reaction of its Organized Crime’s regimes is to attack, given the excellent results this strategy has yielded for the Castro’s.

Castroist Chavist dictatorships attack democracies with forced migration due to the humanitarian crisis they have created in Venezuela; with narcotics’ trafficking they control and with which they have turned Bolivia and Venezuela into narco-states with cocaine from the FARC and the coca growers’ unions of Evo Morales; with the generation of internal violence with infiltrated or the so-called dissidents from the FARC; and with destabilization through the well-greased leadership of social movements and with informants who supplant the press.

Nowadays, Colombia, Brazil, Panama, Ecuador, Guyana, Peru, Chile, Argentina, the United States, in reality all of the region’s democratic countries are under the pressure of forced migration caused by Venezuela’s dictatorship that has converted one of its shameful problems into a problem for the whole region. Democracies must now deal with problems in; their security, unemployment, provision of health care, their handling of massive numbers of people in transit, the identification, budget, and Human Rights, all because the Castroist Chavist’s criminal regime of Nicolas Maduro has transformed its crimes and its effects into a political weapon. Very similar to the so-called “Mariel’s exodus” promoted by dictator Fidel Castro against the United States, but many folds greater and for an indefinite period.

All democracies now endure an increase in the “prevalence of drug consumption” produced and/or trafficked by the dictatorships. The President of Argentina has just militarized the border with Bolivia so that its Armed Forces will assist Law Enforcement and Police corps in the fight against cocaine trafficking with which Evo Morales is flooding it. Chile has special control of its border with Bolivia for the same reasons. Brazil already did this, following the impeachment and removal of Rousseff, conducting sustained operations against the drug trafficking that the State of the coca-grower Morales exports. In Paraguay they have just intercepted “a shipment of cocaine hidden in a coal shipment destined for Syria who has relations with Islamic terrorist groups”.

La violencia interna es abrumadora a través de las Américas con pandillas, Maras, cárteles y mafias dedicadas al tráfico de drogas, blanqueo de dinero y penetración en la política con los recursos obtenidos del tráfico de estupefacientes. Estas condiciones generan miedo y otro resultado es la presión migratoria contra los Estados Unidos, acompañada de la propaganda que lo presenta como resultado de la pobreza y de la necesidad que las mismas dictaduras y sus crímenes causan.

Con “podemos” penetrando en el poder ejecutivo de España, las dictaduras influyen-para su propio beneficio-en la programación internacional de la televisión española, asuntos exteriores y más. En un giro de política que huele a complicidad y como resultado de un partido político nacido y sostenido con dineros mal conseguidos de las dictaduras de las Américas llegar al poder-algo que fue denunciado y demostrado en España-que han sido capaces de obtener el apoyo indirecto y el respaldo de la dictadura venezolana.

Aplican su estrategia con la candidatura de Lula de la cárcel en Brasil, llevando a cabo operaciones de secuestro y asesinatos con los disidentes de las FARC en Ecuador, acciones contra el gobierno en Argentina para cubrir el esquema de corrupción de Kirchner, financiación protestas, esperando manipular abiertamente el poder de AMLO en México, jugando con la desestabilización en el Perú, proclamando que “la lucha contra el narcotráfico es un instrumento del imperialismo norteamericano para oprimir a la gente” y siguen adelante.

* abogado y científico político. Director del Instituto Interamericano para la democracia *

Publicado por Infobae.com el domingo 26 de agosto. 2018

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