Demonizaron a Noriega como un medio para poder bombardear y atacar a su país, y eso fue lo que hicieron.

Entre las diversas cruzadas fabricadas por los líderes de Estados Unidos se encuentra la “guerra contra las drogas”.

La Casa Blanca quiere hacernos creer que el propósito de la invasión de Panamá en 1989 era aprehender al presidente Manuel Noriega, porque había traficado con drogas y por lo tanto estaba violando las leyes de Estados Unidos. leyes. Aquí los Estados Unidos operaban bajo el notable principio de que sus leyes internas tenían jurisdicción sobre lo que los jefes de naciones…


They demonized Noriega as a means of being able to bomb and attack his country, and that’s what they did.

Among the various crusades fabricated by United States leaders is the “war on drugs.”

The White House would have us believe that the purpose of the 1989 invasion of Panama was to apprehend President Manuel Noriega, because he had dealt in drugs and was therefore in violation of US. laws. Here the United States operated under the remarkable principle that its domestic laws had jurisdiction over what the heads of foreign nations did in their own countries. Were that rule…


On narco-terrorist Carlos Lehder

Carlos Lehder, Colombian/German neo-nazi & narco-terrorist

Crimes: Drug trafficking, murder, kidnapping. Biggest cocaine kingpin ever to be jailed by the U.S. government. Convicted to a life sentence plus 135 years in prison with no possibility of parole (later released).

Status: Has been moved out from the federal maximum-security prison at Marion, III., and given a new identity under the Federal Witness Protection Program, conceivably Lehder could already be walking the streets a free man. Eight members of his immediate family have been moved from Colombia, and are being given permanent resident status in the U.S. with…


General Noriega on money-laundering allegations

The Reagan and Bush administrations used all the means at its disposal to discredit me and the military. The drug charges were one method. I saw this indictment as part of U.S. pressure tactics and never took it seriously.

I first refused to even consider legal counsel in the case and then finally allowed my subordinates to choose lawyers — Raymond Takiff, Frank Rubino, Neal Sonnett and Jack Fernandez — through contacts with Americans in the Canal Zone.

And the Spadafora case was another tool, manipulated into a cause celebre: because of public relations, a…


“Mirando la invasión de Panamá a través de la lente de Irak” por Peter Eisner

Hace veinte años esta semana, en la culminación de la invasión estadounidense a Panamá, el general Manuel Antonio Noriega fue apresado y llevado con grilletes a Miami. Finalmente, el hombre fuerte panameño fue condenado por cargos federales de conspiración de drogas por apoyar al cartel de la cocaína de Medellín con envíos a EE. UU.

Noriega, de 75 años, ha cumplido su condena y sigue encarcelado en Miami, a la espera de una decisión de la Corte Suprema de Estados Unidos sobre una posible extradición…


“Looking at the invasion of Panama through the lens of Iraq” by Peter Eisner

January 5, 2010

Twenty years ago this week, at the culmination of the U.S. invasion of Panama, General Manuel Antonio Noriega was seized and taken in shackles to Miami. Eventually, the Panamanian strongman was convicted on federal drug conspiracy charges for supporting the Medellin cocaine cartel’s shipments to the U.S.

Noriega, 75, has served his sentence and is still jailed in Miami, awaiting a U.S. Supreme Court decision on a possible extradition to France.

From today’s vantage point, after a failed war on drugs and the…


“John Rendon, George Bush, Guillermo Endara y su propaganda en Panamá” por James Bamford

Noviembre de 2005

Por ley, la administración Bush tiene expresamente prohibido difundir propaganda gubernamental en casa. Pero en una era de comunicaciones globales, no hay nada que le impida plantar una historia falsa a favor de la guerra en el extranjero, sabiendo con certeza que llegará a los ciudadanos estadounidenses casi instantáneamente.

Un informe reciente del Congreso sugiere que el Pentágono puede estar confiando en “operaciones psicológicas encubiertas que afectan a las audiencias dentro de las naciones amigas”. En una “enmienda secreta” a la política del…


John Rendon, George Bush, & Guillermo Endara’s propaganda in Panama’s elections

by James Bamford

Rolling Stone

November 2005

By law, the Bush administration is expressly prohibited from disseminating government propaganda at home. But in an age of global communications, there is nothing to stop it from planting a phony pro-war story overseas — knowing with certainty that it will reach American citizens almost instantly.

A recent congressional report suggests that the Pentagon may be relying on “covert psychological operations affecting audiences within friendly nations.” In a “secret amendment” to Pentagon policy, the report warns, “psyops funds might be used to…


“La CIA, la DEA gestionó los tratos de drogas”
El Miami Herald
23 de agosto de 1991

Manuel Noriega dice que tenía buenas razones para permitir que las drogas y las armas se filtraran por Panamá: los últimos siete directores de la CIA, incluido George Bush, le pidieron que ayudara con las armas, mientras que cuatro directores de la Drug Enforcement Administration buscaron su ayuda con las drogas.

Los directores de la CIA que le pidieron a Noriega que les permitiera viajar por Panamá incluyeron a George Bush, Richard Helms, William Colby, James Schlesinger, Stansfield Turner, William Casey y William…

General Manuel Noriega

General Manuel Noriega — http://Noriega.carrd.co

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