…. suspense….. no, really….. no suspense at all.
It really doesn’t matter who is next because the entire southern half of the Western hemisphere is well on its way to becoming a communist empire.
But if you want to keep track of the order in which the dominoes are falling, then here’s the answer: El Salvador seems to be next in line.
And the force causing the dominoes to fall comes from the Havana/Caracas axis.
Perhaps they will all end up as provinces of the Chinese or Iranian empires, along with the United States and Canada?
Time will tell. But for now, what matters most is that the dominoes are falling fast and the U.S. is doing nothing about it.
If you’d like to see how El Salvador’s leading Marxist “Comandante” thinks, go HERE to read his own words, in Spanish.
From Inter American Security Watch:
Salvadorian Puppet Master
BY JAMES BARGENT
The most powerful man in El Salvador is a shadow.
“Comandante Ramiro” was nowhere in the official photos of the June 1 inauguration of El Salvador’s new president, nor did his name appear in any news reports.
“Ramiro” is the nom de guerre of José Luis Merino, a Marxist guerrilla commander turned political mandarin and underworld fixer with the ear of the president and unaccountable control over hundreds of millions of Venezuelan petro-dollars.
Diplomats describe Merino as a ‘shadowy [Marxist] hardliner strongman,’ while political rivals say he’s a ‘gangster.’
That combination makes him kingmaker in San Salvador, and that’s got many people worried. Merino has a web of murky contacts throughout the region, making him the link between corrupt government officials and the Latin American underworld, with the potential to undermine the democratic process in a Central American country with a troubled past.
“It’s one more element that is able to carry out criminal activities under state sponsorship or state control, and I find that very worrisome,” said Douglas Farah, a writer and security analyst who testified on Merino’s activities to a U.S. House Foreign Affairs Sub-committee on Terrorism in February this year.
Short, pudgy and casually dressed in short-sleeved shirts, Merino is an unassuming sight. His party, the Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front (FMLN), insists he’s also an unassuming person, who reactionary forces have falsely made into a communist bogeyman.
The U.S. Embassy doesn’t agree. Diplomats describe him as a “shadowy [Marxist] hardliner strongman,” while political rivals say he’s a “gangster.”
Merino’s connections to the Venezuelan government — and the access to Venezuela petro-dollars it provides — are the source of much of his power.
He’s probably going to be the most powerful person in the government … because of the economic clout he wields.
He controls a joint FMLN-Venezuelan venture called ALBA Petróleos, which sells Venezuelan oil at discount prices. ALBA’s finances are shrouded in secrecy but the company has control over hundreds of millions of dollars in social and business investments.
Continue reading HERE.