"Anglo-American Deep State Operatives in Canada Caught Steering Venezuelan Coup"
Matthew J.L. EhretSott.net
Thu, 31 Jan 2019 13:47 UTC
Since Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido declared himself president on January 23, it has become obvious to all intelligent onlookers that this "people-power color revolution" is not directed by Trump at all but rather by what has been exposed as the trans-national "Deep State". When we look behind the layers of false narratives obscuring the true motives behind this operation, we should not be surprised to find the ugly picture of an insecure empire trying desperately to break apart the new coalition of Russia-China-American partnership now in danger of overthrowing the script for global dictatorship that has been building up for decades.
While anti-Trump neocon Elliot Abrams
has been assigned to manage the ongoing coup from the American side of things, an overlooked force driving this scheme is not to be found in America itself, but is rather transatlantic, or more specifically, British-inspired operations in Canada. Two of the most active players in this operation, who we will showcase below, are Canada's Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland and her Oxford cohort Ben Rowswell. Rowswell is not only the former Ambassador to Venezuela but current President of the Canadian International Council (aka: the Round Table Movement of Canada1
The Role of Chrystia Freeland
After completely crippling Russian relations with Canada for over six years, Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland, a close friend of George Soros
, has been at the forefront of every attempt to preserve the structures of the failing Anglo-American Empire, including playing a guiding role behind the regime change "direct democracy" movement now tearing apart Venezuela.
In a January 24 Global News article entitled 'Canada played key role in secret talks against Venezuela's Maduro
', an unnamed Canadian Government official described Freeland's role in the coup: "Playing a key role behind the scenes was Lima Group member Canada, whose Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland spoke to Guaido the night before Maduro's swearing-in ceremony to offer her government's support should he confront the socialist leader
The quote refers of the Lima Group, a coalition of 14 Latin American nations (11 of whom endorsed the Venezuelan color revolution on January 4) which was founded in August 2017. While some wonder why Canada is a member of this coalition of Latin American nations, the fact is that Canada is not only a member, but the founder
The group was set up entirely to legitimize the regime change movement of Venezuela.