The US Southern Command included Nicaragua in the list of “evil regional actors” whom it considers a direct threat to its security, reported the highest authority, Admiral Craig S. Faller, before the Armed Services Committee of the Senate.
According to Faller, countries such as Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua “perpetuate corruption and challenge freedom and democracy by opening the door to external state actors and transnational organized crime networks at the expense of their own peoples.”
And the truth is they has some cheek! … When they speak of “perpetuating corruption and challenging freedom and democracy by opening the door to external state actors and transnational organized crime networks at the expense of their own peoples”
Not talking about its military bases in the world’s largest cocaine producer cases, of opening doors to transnational organized crime networks, the only ones that have proven cases are they with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), and the recent case of the narco president from Honduras Juan Orlando Hernández, who were even able to provide confidential information on the fight against drug trafficking in the region ..,.
President of Honduras since 2014 and re-elected until 2022 with the blessing of Washington, Juan Orlando Hernández is now identified as a drug trafficker in a US federal court.
US federal prosecutors assure that the godfather of one of the drug trafficking organizations in the Northern Triangle is Juan Orlando Hernández: the president of Honduras since 2014 and re-elected in 2017 under accusations of fraud but with the blessing of the US. However, for several years the US Drug Control Agency, the DEA, knew that the Honduran president and his brother Antonio, one of the great Central American bosses today imprisoned in NY, received between 2004 and 2019 more than 2,500,000 of drug dollars for his various political campaigns.
“[The findings of the US Federal Court] clarify the network and the infiltration that drug trafficking groups have been deepening in recent years [in Honduras], a process accelerated by the instability that caused the coup d’état in 2009 against the president Zelaya, “tells Radio France International Tiziano Breda, specialist in organized crime from the Northern Triangle at International Crisis Group (More information). And all this with the consent of the United States Southern Command” perpetuates corruption and challenges freedom and democracy by opening the door to external state actors and transnational organized crime networks at the expense of other peoples »