CLAP is the Spanish acronym for “Local Supply and Production Committees,” a very successful Venezuelan program to supplement food needs. The program is under attack by U. S. sanction with an assist from its most reliable “water boy,” Colombia.
VIDEO: “Venezuelan Communities Are Working to Provide Food for All Citizens”
If you want to understand the coming months in Venezuela, this is the article to read.
Justin Podur tells us that within Harvard’s Center for International Development, there is a “Venezuela Growth Lab,” where neo-cons have have been re-designing the future of the country for years. Given that the U. S. is unable to pull off a coup and hampered by growing international pressure to stop the intervention, the neo-cons continue to revise plans and tactics. The plan to ruin Venezuelan goes into deep-dive underground, the only place to work the magic of covert ops. Let’s see if the blackout in Venezuela last night is the first salvo.
99% of this article focuses on the U. S.-Colombia relationship, as it should. Few collaborations on earth have been as genocidal as the partnership forged 60 years ago when the two countries decided it would eradicate communism from Latin America.
The only good news is that Venezuelan intelligence services have been keeping close tabs on Colombia since President Chavez came to power.
Setting the Stage for an Encounter at the Colombia-Venezuela Border
If not already convinced, this article should disabuse you of the idea that the U. S. and its allies are motivated by humanitarian concerns in Venezuela.
Blocking Venezuela: the Linchpin of U. S. Strategy of Aggression
When it comes to sabotage against Venezuela, the Devil is always in the details.
How The West and Its Allies Sabotaged Venezuela