Who is Vanessa Neumann and why does she negotiate with the Esequibo?
The Venezuelan right-wing politicians, guided by the US empire, have no limits when they achieve their goals, and now these stateless people revealed their deliveries intentions and from the fictional government of the self-proclaimed Juan Guaidó, they plan to renounce the Essequibo territory to have the UK support.
At the beginning of the telephone conversation, Neumann informs Avendaño that she has worked together with Isadora de Zubillaga, Guaidó “special envoy” in France, around the growth of international support for Voluntad Popular Venezuelan political party. Against this background, Neumann points out that the “Foreign & Commonwealth Office” (the British Foreign Ministry) will not support them if they support the official line of taking the “Essequibo de Guyana”.
Once again, the Esequibo controversy is on the table; As they have done with the appropriation of CITGO and other assets of the Republic, it`s not surprising that this time the territory of Esequibo, rich in mineral and energy resources, is part of the strategic plan to undermine the Venezuelan State.
This was denounced by the Executive Vice President of the Republic, Delcy Rodríguez, who released an audio of a conversation by Vanessa Neumann, US Department of State agent, with Manuel Avendaño, one of Juan Guaido advisers.
In the audio above, Vanessa Neumann also Guaidó representative in the United Kingdom, reveals the plans of Venezuelan opposition criminal organization to give away the Essequibo to transnational companies, to which the vice president responded bluntly: “The sun of Venezuela is born in the Esequibo. ”
Who is Vanessa Neumann?
Vanessa’s grandfather, Hans Neumann, a Jew from extinct Czechoslovakia, was Montana Industries
Corporation (Corimon) Chairman . He also underpinned journalistic projects in Venezuela such as The Daily Journal and Teodoro Petkoff`s Diario Tal Cual.
Venezuelan, a US citizen, founded Asymmetrical in 2010, a consultancy that conducts research on government affairs to “counter” illicit finances. This “initiative” complements it with its advice to the Department of State and Defense of the United States.
She is the author of the book Blood Profits, in which she recounts “how American consumers unconsciously finance terrorists.” In this “work”, Neumann narrates his marriage to William Cash, son of the British parliamentarian of the Conservative Party, Sir Bill Cash.
In addition, in the book she tries to explain, how terrorist cells operate in the world and, apart from that, his discrepancy towards the policies of President Hugo Chavez becomes evident.
Last March, Vanessa Neumann received Leopoldo López call from, an old friend of his family, in which was offered Guaidó “special envoy” for the United Kingdom. Immediately, Neumann focused his efforts on taking possession of one of the buildings of the Venezuelan embassy in London.
A month later, Neumann in an interview with journalist Mehdi Hasan, from Al Jazeera, tried to ignore the history of US military interventions in Latin America, expressing jokingly and with no concern, that she was “too young” to have lived such “incidents.”
“Why on earth would you trust a US
— Al Jazeera English (@AJEnglish)
Among the medium and long-term maneuvers, Anglo-Venezuelan Neumann has been one of the main operators in the lobby to illegally hijack the 1.2 billion dollars in Venezuelan gold reserves at the hands of the Bank of England.
Recently, at NTN24 she gave statements where she alleged that “thanks to his work” since last April and to his monthly meetings with British deputies, she has machined the lobby to show Venezuela as a supposed regional danger for the United Kingdom. Another breeding ground necessary to develop the ideal scenario for a possible Venezuelan military intervention .
The controversy with the Essequibo territory is well known, which has as its framework the understanding of the Geneva Agreement of 1966. It´s an issue that goes deep into the interests of energy companies and powers such as Britain.
ExxonMobil, since 2015, has begun exploration work in the area of international litigation between Venezuela and the Cooperative Republic of Guyana, specifically in the Stabroek block, precipitating the claims of Venezuela.
A vestige of South America’s colonial history, the dispute over Esequibo is long in the making, dating back centuries to squabbling between the Spanish, Dutch, and eventually British Empires. In the 20th century Venezuela and Guyana have been trying to settle the matter through UN. More recently, however, conflict over the territory has been tied to natural resources, eyed by companies like ExxonMobile. Last year, a standoff broke out between the Venezuelan Navy and vessels of the energy firm searching for oil in the region with Guyana’s permission, forcing the surveyors to turn back.