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Ο Χαρισματικός Ναρκέμπορος Αντιπρόεδρος της Βενεζουέλας

Tareck Al Aissami Εικόνα Tarek El Aissami

Ο Tareck El Aissami είναι ένας Μαρξιστής πολιτικός από την Βενεζουέλα, ο οποίος έχει ασπαστεί το Ισλάμ, και είναι ο άνθρωπος του Ιράν, της Βενεζουέλας και της Χεζμπολάχ στην Βενεζουέλα. Ο Aissami βοηθάει την Χεζμπολάχ να προωθεί τα ναρκωτικά της Κολομβίας στην Μέση Ανατολή και τις ΗΠΑ, και επίσης ξεπλένει μαύρο χρήμα της Χεζμπολάχ μέσω του τραπεζικού συστήματος της Βενεζουέλας, και μέσω των δεκάδων επιχειρήσεων που χρησιμοποιεί ως βιτρίνα.


Οι μέντορες του Αλέξη Τσίπρα Ούγκο Τσάβεζ, Bashar al Assad και Μαχμούτ Αχμεντινετζάντ, ο οποίος ήταν ο πρώην πρόεδρος του Ιράν, είχαν δημιουργήσει μία απευθείας πτήση που συνέδεε την Βενεζουέλα, την Συρία και την Τεχεράνη, χωρίς άλλες στάσεις. Τα αεροπλάνα της γραμμής μετέφεραν ελάχιστους επιβάτες, κυρίως τρομοκράτες, και ήταν γεμάτες ναρκωτικά, όπλα και μετρητά. Ο Τσάβεζ και ο τότε πρόεδρος του Ιράν, ο Αχμεντινετζάντ, αποκαλούσαν αστειευόμενοι την αεροπορική εταιρεία που είχαν συστήσει “aero-terror”. Βλέπε Business Insider “AEROTERROR: A regular flight from Caracas to Tehran carried more drugs and money than people”, Μάρτιος 2015. Εικόνα Οι Μέντορες του Αλέξη

Ο Ούγκο Τσάβεζ είχε διορίσει τον Tareck El Aissami σε κρίσιμες θέσεις στις κυβερνήσεις της Βενεζουέλας, και τον είχε κάνει και υπουργό. Αλλά μετά την εκλογή Τραμπ, ο Μαδούρο έκανε τον Tareck El Aissami


αντιπρόεδρο, καθώς είναι πολύ πιθανόν το Ιράν και οι ΗΠΑ να συγκρουστούν στο Ιράκ. Αυτό σημαίνει ότι ο Μαδούρο προορίζει τον Aissami για διάδοχο του. Οι ΗΠΑ επέβαλλαν οικονομικές κυρώσεις στον Tareck El Aissami, και του πάγωσαν τα περιουσιακά του στοιχεία στις ΗΠΑ. Βλέπε Wall Street Journal “U.S. Puts Venezuelan Vice President Tareck El Aissami on Sanctions List”, Φεβρουάριος 2017. Ο Τραμπ ζητάει από τον Μαδούρο να αποφυλακίσει τον αρχηγό της αντιπολίτευσης, και ο Μαδούρο επιλέγει για την θέση του νούμερο δύο της Βενεζουέλας τον άνθρωπο του Ιράν, ο οποίος έχει πολύ σημαντικό ρόλο στο εμπόριο ναρκωτικών και της τρομοκρατίας. Ο Μαδούρο μάλιστα ζητάει από τις ΗΠΑ να απολογηθούν επειδή εμπλέκουν τον αντιπρόεδρο της Βενεζουέλας με το εμπόριο ναρκωτικών και την τρομοκρατία. Βλέπε New York Times “Venezuela Closes Ranks Around Sanctioned Vice President, Tareck El Aissami”, Φεβρουάριος 2017. Άρα οι σχέσεις ΗΠΑ-Βενεζουέλας ακολουθούν αυτές των ΗΠΑ με το Ιράν. Και κλάμα ο Μπογδάνος και η Μπουσδούκου. Εικόνα Μπογδάνος-Μπουσδούκου-Κλάμα


Άρθρα “U.S. Puts Venezuelan Vice President Tareck El Aissami on Sanctions List”, Φεβρουάριος 2017 https://www.wsj.com/articles/u-s-puts-venezuelan-vice-president-tareckel-aissami-on-sanctions-list-1487024743

“Venezuela Closes Ranks Around Sanctioned Vice President, Tareck El Aissami”, Φεβρουάριος 2017 President Nicolás Maduro of Venezuela on Tuesday defended his secondin-command, who has been sanctioned by the United States over


allegations that he is a narcotics trafficker, and said he would demand a public apology from the American government. Vice President Tareck El Aissami was blacklisted on Monday by the Treasury Department, which said that Mr. El Aissami and an associate had moved drugs within Venezuela and had helped protect international kingpins. The moves blocked Americans from doing business with Mr. El Aissami, 42, and froze his assets in the United States, which American officials said totaled in the tens of millions of dollars. Sanctions against such a high-ranking Venezuelan represented what analysts considered a first salvo against the Maduro government by the Trump administration at the urging of many in Congress. On Tuesday, Mr. Maduro went on national television to express his anger. “Venezuela will respond, step by step, with balance and force,” he said, adding that he had ordered his foreign minister to call the chargé d’affaires of the United States Embassy in Caracas to issue a formal complaint. “They will retract and apologize publicly to our vice president,” Mr. Maduro said. (The two countries have not had ambassadors in each other’s capitals for nearly a decade.) The president also offered a spirited defense of Mr. El Aissami, saying that in previous posts in the government, including at the Interior Ministry, he had led campaigns against drug trafficking in Venezuela. More than 100 kingpins have been caught in Venezuela during Mr. El Aissami’s tenure in the government, the president said, with many extradited to the United States. Mr. El Aissami “delivered the strongest blows against the heads of drug trafficking,” Mr. Maduro said. The sanctions, announced on Monday by the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control, described Mr. El Aissami as a “drug trafficker” and a


“kingpin” who had used his past positions of power, which also included a state governorship, to move large quantities of narcotics. Among the accusations were that he had protected a Colombian drug lord and coordinated shipments to the Zetas drug cartel in Mexico. He also “facilitated shipments of narcotics from Venezuela, to include control over planes that leave from a Venezuelan air base, as well as control of drug routes through the ports in Venezuela,” the office said. On Twitter on Tuesday, Mr. El Aissami called the accusations “infamy and aggression,” but he said he would focus his attention on fixing Venezuela’s economic collapse. “May we not be distracted by these miserable provocations,” he wrote. “Our principal job is to work with @NicolasMaduro in the economic recovery.” Venezuela’s Foreign Ministry issued a statement on Tuesday saying the sanctions were meant to undermine the government. “What’s more, they constitute an infamy against the highest authority of the state, and constitute without doubt a false positive against a decent and dignified Venezuelan,” the statement said. In its later years, the Obama administration avoided antagonizing Venezuela with new sanctions, often preferring to ignore officials entirely, a policy it said gave the leftist government fewer opportunities to seize on American actions for its own propaganda. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/14/world/americas/maduro-tareck-elaissami-venezuela-drug-trafficking.html

“THIS CHARISMATIC MUSLIM MARXIST TERRORIST DRUG SMUGGLER SHOULD BE THE DEM 2020 FAVORITE”, Ιανουάριος 2017


The great big question in national politics now is 2020. Will it be Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren? But an unlikely candidate has emerged south of the border. The appointment of Tareck El Aissami, formerly the governor of Aragua state, means that if he could become the country’s president if the increasingly-embattled Nicholas Maduro is recalled or steps down. If you're wondering why a guy named Tarek El Aissami is a politician in Venezuela, there's an easy answer. It involves the second favorite Dem dictator named Hussein. But the crucial part is that Tarek has it all. He's so hated that appointing him as VP was a poison pill move by Venezuela's insane Marxist dictator, who talks to birds and starves his people, to prevent him from being recalled. And he's into drug smuggling (common sense sentencing reform) and terrorism (battling Islamophobia through explosive awareness campaigns) and if he sneaks across the border, he could even be an illegal alien. He truly has it all. The Democrats would be fools to let this opportunity pass them by. Why settle for second rate imitations of Obama like Cory Booker. Go for the real thing. An actual Marxist Muslim allegedly involved in drugs and terrorism. If he's not the front runner for the Dem nomination in 2020, I'll eat my dinner. Which is more than most Venezuelans living under Socialism can do. http://www.frontpagemag.com/point/265427/charismatic-muslimmarxist-terrorist-drug-smuggler-daniel-greenfield

“A suspected terrorist and drug trafficker just became Venezuela's vice president”, Ιανουάριος 2017


1η, 2η, 3η, 4η, 5η, 6η Παράγραφος Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, the successor to the late socialist President

Hugo

Chavez, announced

on Wednesday

that

former

minister Tareck El Aissami would become vice president of the country. That means that, in a country of complete and utter chaos — where people are starving, healthcare is nonexistent, electricity is scarce, and vigilante justice is becoming a norm — a suspected terrorist is one heartbeat away from the highest office in the land. El Aissami is a known entity in the world of US intelligence. He is allegedly a part of Venezuela's state drug-trafficking network and has ties to Iran, Syria, and Lebanese terrorist group Hezbollah. And if Maduro is ousted, as his opposition is calling for, El Aissami will become the president of a failed state in America's backyard. A little-discussed feature, at least here in the US, of Chavez's socialist regime was its ties to hardline Islamists. For example, from 2007 to at least 2010, there was a flight from Caracas, Venezuela, to Tehran, Iran, that made a stop in Damascus, Syria. Chavez and former Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad reportedly called it "Aeroterror." Only government officials with a special clearance were permitted to fly on it, and there were often very few passengers. The flights mostly carried drugs, weapons, cash and terrorists, according to US government testimony and a report by Brazilian paper Veja. http://www.businessinsider.com/new-venezuela-vice-president-has-tiesto-iran-hezbollah-2017-1\

“AEROTERROR: A regular flight from Caracas to Tehran carried more drugs and money than people”, Μάρτιος 2015 1η, 2η , 3η, 4η Παράγραφος


From 2007 to at least 2010, there was a flight from Caracas, Venezuela to Tehran, Iran that made a stop in Damascus, Syria. Hugo Chavez and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad reportedly called it 'Aeroterror.' Only government officials with a special clearance were permitted to fly on it, and there were often very few passengers. Instead, according to US government testimony and a report by Brazilian paper Veja, the plane was laden with drugs, weapons, and cash. Since the mysterious death of Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman in January, Iran's presence in South America has come into focus. Nisman died the day before he planned to testify that the Argentine government had covered up Iran's involvement in a 1994 Buenos Aires terrorist attack. He had spent about a decade investigating Iran and Hezbollah's growing presence in the Western hemisphere. High-level

Venezuelan

defectors

then

started

talking

to

Veja

journalist Leonardo Coutinho. They told Veja that Aeroterror came to be a biweekly flight that carried drugs and cash to finance Iran's activities in South America, and that it would stop in Damascus to pick up fake passports and other documents to ensure that Iran's agents could move freely once they arrived in Caracas. "Not only is [the Veja report] credible, but it underscores the allegations prosecutor Nisman put forth about Iran's longstanding desire to have Argentina restart nuclear cooperation with Iran," Toby Dershowitz of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies told Business Insider. Testimony from diplomats and Nisman over the years corroborates Veja's work. "The Venezuelan state-owned airline, Conviasa, operates regular service from Caracas to Damascus and Tehran – providing Iran, Hezbollah, and associated narco-traffickers a surreptitious means to move personnel, weapons, contraband and other materiel," former Assistant Secretary of


State for the Western Hemisphere Roger F. Noriega said in Senate testimony back in 2012. Noriega continued: "Mr. Chairman, our project has shared substantial information about these aforementioned threats with U.S. government officials — either directly or through Members of Congress. Quite frankly, too often the attitude we have encountered has been one of skepticism or indifference." What Nisman was about to report before he died — an exhaustive report on Iranian orchestration of the 1994 Buenos Aires bombing that followed a 502 page report he published back in 2013 — also corroborates the Aeroterror claims. Before that, Nisman published a report on the same subjects that he took to Interpol in 2007 — Iranian officials threatened to arrest Nisman after it was presented. Reports indicate that Chavez and Ahmadinejad planned Aeroterror at a meeting Caracas back in 2007, during which Ahmadinejad also asked Chavez to help him get Argentina to help Iran with its nuclear program. Since then, Iran has only strengthened its ties to South America. "The DOJ and other USG agencies should be concerned about who killed a prosecutor with whom it had an important relationship and whether it was aimed at silencing him and his work implicating Iran," Dershowitz said. "Nisman's work was akin to a canary in a coal mine, and his suspicious death is a matter I hope the next attorney general and others will pursue impartially even if it comes at an inconvenient time as the P5+1 negotiate a nuclear deal with Iran." Nisman tried to track the network of Mohsen Rabbani, who he believed led Iran's cell in Latin America and was an architect of the 1994 bombing.


Iranian operatives eventually reached Washington DC in 2011, when Tehran recruited a man to attempt the assassination of a Saudi ambassador at an upscale Georgetown restaurant. Noriega, the former Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere affairs, mentioned the threat of this Iranian network in the West during his 2012 Senate testimony: "Chávez’s petro-diplomacy has paved the way for Ahmadinejad to cultivate partnerships with anti-U.S. regimes in Cuba, Ecuador, Bolivia, Nicaragua et al. Today, a shadowy network of commercial and industrial enterprises in several countries affords Iran a physical presence in relatively close proximity to the United States," he said. "Iran is well- positioned to use its relationships with these countries to pose a direct threat to U.S. territory, strategic waterways and American allies." Significantly, the status of this network — and those shady flights to and from Tehran — is unclear to this day. http://www.businessinsider.com/aeroterror-venezuela-iran-and-latinamerica-2015-3


Ο Χαρισματικός Ναρκέμπορος Αντιπρόεδρος της Βενεζουέλας Tareck Al Aissami