Colombian Ambassador Ordóñez proposes to invade Venezuela at UN
The current Colombian Ambassador to the OAS, Alejandro Ordóñez, is one of the staunchest detractors of Nicolás Maduro government , and a tireless interventionist against Venezuela, the Venezuelan Ambassador to the UN, Samuel Moncada, revealed.
As stated by Moncada this Wednesday through his Twitter account, Ordóñez was one of those who proposed to invade Venezuela through a “multinational force” using the Inter-American Treaty of Reciprocal Assistance (commonly known as the Rio Treaty, the Rio Pact, the Treaty of Reciprocal Assistance, or by the Spanish-language acronym TIAR from Tratado Interamericano de Asistencia Recíproca).
“Alejandro Ordóñez is in charge at the OAS of requesting the invasion of Venezuela with a multinational force using the Inter-American Treaty of Reciprocal Assistance (TIAR). The same excuse that the assassin hired by Guaidó used to carry out massacres in Venezuela, “said Moncada to the mercenary that Guaidó hired to attack Venezuela, Jordan Goudreau.
Who is Alejandro Ordóñez, the current Colombian ambassador to the OAS?
In 2000, Ordóñez, together with the Colombian ambassador to the United States, Francisco Santos, met with paramilitary groups in order to create extermination groups, also known as “death squads.”
“Alejandro Ordóñez, ambassador to the OAS, is the ideologue of the death squads and a defender of book burning as an educational method. These are public facts in his country. In 1987, he was already defending the paramilitary groups in the press, “Moncada commented together with Ordóñez press releases that show this.
Moncada asserted that the massacres, devised by the Ordóñez extermination groups, are also a “political tradition” in Colombia in order to obtain spaces of power: “the dominant party in this country is that of the narco-paramilitaries.”
In his eagerness to defend the extermination groups a couple of decades ago, Alejandro Ordóñez asserted in an interview that “it could not be ignored that the self-defenses were adjusted to the norms of social morality, natural law and positive legislation. ».