The American journalist Jeremy Bigwood reveals important data
News organizations linked to Miami entities form part of a coup against Latin American countries http://www.albatv.org/Organizaciones-de-prensa.html
Research by the American journalist, Jeremy Bigwood, reveals that the United States Government intervened in several of the coups d'etat perpetrated in Chile, Venezuela, Honduras, Peru and, probably, could intervene in the attempt of the coup in Ecuador on September 30, 2010. Bigwood, who was present, this Wednesday, the conversatorio destabilization and coups of State in Latin America, organized by the National Institute of high studies (IAEN), showed documents from The Church Committee Report to prove that "the CIA supported the most famous newspaper in Chile (mercury), so drop a democratically elected President (Salvador Allende)", explained the reporter during his speech. About Peru, Bigwood found documents, of the Department of Justice of the United States, about Wladimiro Montesinos, Adviser of former President Alberto Fujimori, "which shows that it is a corrupt officer". In the case of Venezuela against President Hugo Chávez in 2002, it was difficult to find information, but be declassified documents significant showing "that the CIA had full knowledge of the maturation of the coup". It also obtained documents of political opposition parties and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that receive funding from the Government of the United States. The journalist also investigated the case of Honduras, against former President Manuel Zelaya, in 2009, when there was also support and influence of various actors based in the United States. In these cases, according to Bigwood, certain categories of interference can be identified such as: news organizations with connections to entities based in Miami, very strong relationships in the United States of several entities of the U.S. Government, which have gotten into the internal affairs of other countries and the Agency of national security (NSA), the Central Intelligence Agency CIA of the United States Agency for international cooperation (Usaid)which are agencies of the Department of the State itself. In addition, several NGO's that have been influenced by means of scholarships. With this background, Bigwood mentioned that most of these organizations have worked in Ecuador, such as the NSA, the Agency which deals with all information as possible from all over the world, since they can do it by means of a satellite. On the attempt of coup d'etat in Ecuador, the journalist stressed "there is still much to investigate and discover the participation that may have had the United States in Ecuador, in 2010". Bigwood ended his speech with a fact that suggests the close relationship that has United States with press agencies and NGOs in Latin America and mentioned the question that Ricardo Restrepo made Jaime Mantilla, current President of the society interamericana de Prensa (SIP), "whether it should be legal that press is funded by the CIA, to make purchases of the State in Latin America"Mantilla did not deny it.
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