While President Obama, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and their appointees emphasize a return to diplomacy in foreign relations, so far they show little inclination to be diplomatic toward leftist governments in Latin America. In fact, recent comments by Obama, Clinton and recent appointees show a continuation of an antiquated analysis and a lack of understanding of recent Latin American social movements and regional integration. On a visit to the State Department on January 23, Clinton promised “I will do all that I can, working with you, to make it abundantly clear that robust diplomacy and effective development are the best long-term tools for securing America’s future.” Obama made similar assertions in a speech to diplomats, and ‘diplomacy’, symbolizing a return to international peace and prosperity, was the word of the week.
Evo Morales Responds to Hillary Clinton on Iran: "The United States does not have the moral authority to talk about terrorism and to accuse other nations of promoting it."EU, sin autoridad moral para hablar de terrorismo: Bolivia
Espero que el administrador me deje pasar, nunca lo hace. Bien por Evo, La Hillary es miembro activo del club Bilderberg, sabe lo que dice y presiona, los pueblos libres le estorban a estos sicopatas, por ello condiciona la ayuda, eso es prostitución. Tal como a México con el plan Mérida, plan cohersitivo y prostituyente, por pocos dolares les damos todo, aun a costa de los mexicanos, que nada les importan. Al menos ellos tienen dignidad, nosotros hemos perdido hasta la verguenza.
WSJ hit piece on Bolivia:
Employee of a CIA Front Organization Working in Venezuela was Detained in Cuba This Week
A United States government contract worker, who was distributing cellphones, laptops and other communications equipment in Cuba on behalf of the Obama administration, has been detained by the authorities here, American officials said Friday.
DEVELOPMENT ALTERNATIVES INC. IS A CIA FRONT ORGANIZATION
The use of a chain of entities and agencies is a mechanism employed by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) to channel and filter funding and strategic political support to groups and individuals that support US agenda abroad. The pretext of “promoting democracy” is a modern form of CIA subversion tactics, seeking to infiltrate and penetrate civil society groups and provide funding to encourage “regime change” in strategically important nations, such as Venezuela, with governments unwilling to subcomb to US dominance.
Development Alternatives, Inc. is one of the largest US government contractors in the world. Currently, DAI has a $50 million contract in Afghanistan. In Latin America, DAI is presently operating in Bolivia, Brasil, Colombia, Cuba, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haití, Honduras, México, Nicaragua, Perú, República Dominicana and Venezuela.