Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Jack Abramoff’s old friend now South African envoy to Argentina

By Wayne Madsen
Online Journal Contributing Writer

"(WMR) -- WMR’s South African intelligence sources report that last year’s posting of former opposition Democratic Party/Democratic Alliance leader Tony Leon as South African ambassador to Buenos Aires is part of an effort to coordinate the Zionist and right-wing campaign to destabilize populist and progressive governments in Latin America......

This year’s Brazilian presidential election of a successor to left progressive President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva is also a top priority for manipulation. Sao Paulo State Governor Jose Serra of the right-wing opposition party is the preferred candidate for the neocons and international banking elites. The nightmare candidate for the neocons and Zionists is Dilma Rousseff, Lula’s current chief of staff, who would be Brazil’s first female president. Rousseff’s father was an active member of the Bulgarian Communist Party and she has stated that she would continue Lula’s foreign policies, including his support for Chavez and Iran.

Israel has used Argentina’s and Brazil’s sizable Jewish constituencies to marshal opposition to the Middle East foreign policies of the Kirchners and Lula. With Leon now in charge of the South African embassy in Buenos Aires, Israel’s propaganda activities have received a huge diplomatic boost."

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