Monday, August 13, 2012

Venezuela plans a 'guerrilla army' against US invasion

Via Bonnie Gadsden

Members of the Venezuelan army take part in a military parade

Venezuela is training a "guerrilla army" aiming to be a million strong by 2013 to fight off a possible US invasion, an opposition lawmaker said Sunday.

"Plan Sucre" -- apparently crafted with input from close ally and fellow US foe Cuba -- covers the legal, logistical and other angles necessary to "transform a professional army into a guerrilla army," Representative Maria Corina Machado told El Universal newspaper.

The former presidential candidate said she had obtained a copy of the plan, printed by an institution affiliated with the national army.

"The strategic objective is to build a new Bolivarian military doctrine" that would prepare Venezuela to be successful in a prolonged popular war against "the empire," or the United States, Machado said, citing the document.

"This is clearly a proposal with Cuban inspiration and advice."

She said the military plan also provides for strengthening the guerrilla force at the expense of the regular army.

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  1. Someone's not playing with a full deck....

  2. Think about it , Venezuela has recently won a lawsuit in the world court brought by Exxon - ( Rockefeller`s). This fact alone is enough to make them next up on the " Globalist Hit Parade "!.

  3. This fact alone is enough to make them next up on the " Globalist Hit Parade "

    May well be. They won't be satisfied until there is a war going in every country.