President Chavez: Colombia builds false positives to engage with the guerrillas Venezuela


President Chavez: Colombia builds false positives to engage with the guerrillas Venezuela

“From time to repeat and repeat, many people end up believing it’s true (…) This paved the way for an attack on Venezuelan territory, simulating a camp”

The government of Colombia is preparing a false positive against Venezuela to engage the country with the guerrillas. This was denounced by President Hugo Chávez Frías during the act of New Year greeting to the Bolivarian National Armed Force in Fort Mara, Zulia State.

“For several weeks he began the war of words, saying that there’s guerrilla camps,” he argued.

The head of state assured that the existing evidence that it intends to generate false positives. “From time to repeat and repeat, many people end up believing it’s true (…) This paved the way for an attack on Venezuelan territory, simulating a camp.”

He denied there again settled guerrilla camps in Venezuelan territory. “Our government neither supports nor allow or support, or permit the presence of any foreign armed force in our territory, other than the glorious Bolivarian Armed Forces and their militias.

In this sense, Chavez urged soldiers to the west of the country must have nerves of steel to defend national sovereignty and not to fall into any provocation.

He said that the bourgeoisie of Colombia has destroyed his own nation. “If they are paramilitaries from Colombia. If you are guerrillas from Colombia. If they are terrorists coming from Colombia. If they are drug traffickers from Colombia. If they are killers and kidnappers are from Colombia.”

He said the Colombian government, seeks to destabilize Venezuela and create chaos with the aim of: “Stop the revolution not only in Venezuela, but Latin America”.

President Chavez also said that the Venezuelan bourgeoisie also constantly attacks the country in this respect referred to the recent death of former President Rafael Caldera, a fact which has been used to attack the homeland and the military, saying it was a democracy before .

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