Category Archives: Analysis

Facts, background, research

Sverige, Ryssland och kriget

Vad har Libyen, Syrien, Ukraina och Venezuela gemensamt? Innan jag kommer till det vill jag fästa din uppmärksamhet på att Sverige redan är inblandat. Den venezolanska diktaturens försvarare bedriver cyberkrig mot alla som försöker hjälpa till att sprida sanningen. För att propagandalögner skall fungera måste man också undertrycka sanningen. Det gör regimen genom att systematiskt

Lägesrapport Venezuela 16 mars

Läget är att ett land (Kuba) har invaderat militärt ett annat land (Venezuela). De har gjort det genom att först ta över kontrollen över Venezuelas statsapparat medelst subversiv verksamhet bedriven sedan åtminstone 80-talet. Detta betyder att det inte är en intern konflikt. Det är en internationell konflikt, eller med ett annat ord, krig (eftersom det

Venezuela åt venezolanerna!

Varför är venezolanerna i uppror? De har rest sig för att befria landet från de främmande diktaturer som har tagit kontrollen över deras land. Det började med att Chávez sålde ut landet till Kuba, men nu är det framför allt Ryssland som backar upp regimen militärt. Kina och Iran har också intressen i regimen. Nicolás

The modern coup d’état: Constituent Assembly

On August 12, 1999, the Constituent Assembly (asamblea nacional constituyente) in Venezuela declared itself above the law, above the constitution, above the parliament, above the president, even above the Supreme Court. They thus broke the constitutional order, which is tantamount to committing a coup d’état. The case went to the Supreme Court, which ruled that

The fake “resistance” in Venezuela

In many dictatorships a non-violent resistance has emerged and helped liberate the country. Not so in Venezuela. Why? My investigations have revealed the existence of a “fake” resistance. There is a group that calls itself “resistance”, but which is utterly ineffective due to its impopular positions. So I have been told when talking to people

A Basic Requirement for Elections

A basic requirement is that the result reflects the intent of the voter. That is to say, the vote cast should not change between the moment it is cast, and the moment it is counted. From it leaves the control of the voter, to it arrives to the persons checking the result, it should remain

Risk for Caribbean War

The Cold War never ended. The collapse of communism in Europe was widely seen as the end of the Cold War between the USSR and the USA. However, Cuba did not surrender. Castro stayed in there, found a new ally in China, shifted strategy, and together they quietly started conquering Latin America. With the death

Venezuela now a Cuban colony

On January 10, the previous presidential period ended, and the new started. However, no president was sworn in. The previous president, Hugo Chávez, who is also the president-elect, went to Cuba for surgery on December 10, and has not been heard from since. The Cuban regime claims that he is alive but in such a

The Electoral Dictatorship of Venezuela is Failing

A recently published book is focusing on an important subject. In ”The Dictator’s Learning Curve – inside the global battle for democracy,” William Dobson writes about the Arab Spring, but also about Venezuela, Russia, Iran and others. We have got used to dictatorships being totalitarian, controlling the inhabitants through brutality. The standard image of a

Propaganda dissected

When following the ongoing presidential election in Venezuela, one comes across so many layers of propaganda that I feel obligated to start structuring it a bit. The traditional division is between white, grey, and black propaganda, but there seems to be some confusion in Wikipedia about how to define them: Sometimes the source is referred