Human Rights Watch? U.S. Agent Provocateur in Venezuela

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by admin on March 6, 2009

The report on Venezuela that NGO Human Rights Watch (HRW) published in September 2008 reveals that HRW is another evil empire snake pit of subversive agents at the service of the plutocracy that has stolen our U.S. government. Venezuela exposed HRW’s American Director José Miguel Vivanco as an agent provocateur against democracy and expelled him from the Venezuela, as a transparent commissary of imperialism.

Venezuela’s undisputed progress

HRW has deliberately ignored the fact that the majority of the guarantees in the Bolivarian Constitution of 1999 have been implemented, particularly in relation to the fundamental needs of citizens, such as the right to food, health, education, housing, social security, work, and political participation. Venezuela’s progress on all of these fronts has been recognized by various international organizations, including the United Nations, the World Bank, and the Organization of American States (OAS).

Ulterior motives

HRW is not merely a group of concerned citizens monitoring human rights any more than the Heritage Foundation is a think tank seeking to preserve traditional American values. Its board and donors are all from the capitalist political power establishment, dedicated to the destruction of American values.

Honest people innocently believe things “are what they are called,” especially in matters of public interest. We hear of a bill called “No Child Left Behind” and most people assume it is meant to help children. When an act named the “Help America Vote Act” passed, people assumed the U.S. election system just got better. Unfortunately, we NOW know that “No Child Left Behind” is a hijacking of our schools by privateers, that the “Help America Vote Act” made our elections more vulnerable, and that the Heritage Foundation is a neo-fascist propaganda organization seeking better ways every day to funnel our tax money into corporate wallets.

So, when we read in the main-sewer press that two officials from HRW have been booted out of Venezuela, our first thought should be, “What did they do?” but it probably won’t be. The public still believes that people who work for HRW, well, they watch human rights! LOL.


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