Tag Archive for Coup

Retro; Turning Points of History: Guatemala ~Coup Made In America

From youtube uploaded by HistoryFeed

Uploaded on Feb 13, 2012

In the summer of 1954 the United States toppled the government of Guatemala. Their frontline was a ragtag of some 200 exiles. Their real strength was in the air, and on the airwaves. In a war of nerves the elected government of Jacobo Arbenz fell a mere ten days after the war began.
Arbenz’s fatal mistake was expropriating land from the American United Fruit Company, and distributing it to landless peasants. For this he was branded a communist, a Soviet agent, and a dangerous enemy to American national security.

It was the CIA’s most triumphant covert operation, but it was also the beginning of the end. The CIA-backed coup was the precursor to the Bay of Pigs fiasco, and threw Guatemala into a downward spiral of government-sponsored terror and mass murder. . . Read Complete Report

Bush and Obama: A Coup Against the Constitution (Video Report)

From youtube uploaded by TheRealNews

Published on Jun 15, 2013

Daniel Ellsberg, the man who released the Pentagon papers, says the FISA court is a sham and warrantless wiretapping, which has being going on for years before 9/11, is a violation of the US Constitution no matter what law Congress passes.

Anatomy of a Coup (Full Documentary)

Featured Image: The flag of Venezuela. Source: Wikipedia. (Public Domain) 

From youtube uploaded by JourneymanVOD

Published on Mar 6, 2013

The astonishing story of how an American sponsored coup d’état almost led to the collapse of democracy in Venezuela. Featuring exclusive interviews with the key ringleaders and extraordinary archive footage – Chavez in jail arguing with his captors, secret meetings with the plotters and soldiers storming the presidential palace as plotters escape. As a fly on the wall documentary, you’ve never seen anything like it.

Hugo Chavez: The 48-hour Coup – STDWYTK (Video Report)

From Stuff They Don’t Want You to Know

uploaded by ConspiracyStuff

Published on Mar 18, 2013

Hugo Chavez was no stranger to coup d’états – he attempted to launch one himself in 1992. However, for about 48 hours in 2002, he was overthrown and no longer considered the President of Venezuela. His supporters alleged that the United States government was behind the short-lived overthrow. Does this hold a grain of truth, or is it another piece of inflammatory propaganda? Tune in to learn more in our first episode on the life, rule and death of Hugo Chavez.

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Published on Mar 18, 2013
Hugo Chavez was no stranger to coup d’états – he attempted to launch one himself in 1992. However, for about 48 hours in 2002, he was overthrown and no longer considered the President of Venezuela. His supporters alleged that the United States government was behind the short-lived overthrow. Does this hold a grain of truth, or is it another piece of inflammatory propaganda? Tune in to learn more in our first episode on the life, rule and death of Hugo Chavez.

New videos every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

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