Hugo Chavez’ Presidential Candidate in Peru

As I posted yesterday, Hugo Chavez has his dirty fingers in practically every country in Latin America. He uses the Venezuelan treasury to finance the campaigns of candidates who will follow his orders, and as it is now becoming obvious, Ollanta Humala of Peru is his latest protege.

Chavez receives help and advice from his master and mentor, Fidel Castro, and Brazil’s despicable Lula Da Silva is one of his willing accomplices.

Via Fox News:

Opinion: Ollanta Humala of Peru –Hugo Chavez’s Secret Candidate

A boy runs in front of electoral propaganda of Peru's presidential candidate Ollanta Humala, of the Gana Peru party, in Lima, Peru, Monday, May 30, 2011. Humala will face Keiko Fujimori, daughter of former Peru's President Alberto Fujimori in a presidential runoff June 5. (AP Photo/Esteban Felix)

After failing to propel candidate Ollanta Humala to the presidency in 2006 with Venezuelan cash and robust – public support from a confident Hugo Chávez – Chávez agreed to prepare more stealthily for 2011.

The first step was recommending that Humala not travel again to Venezuela.

Instead, the strategy was to attempt to hoodwink the electorate by pushing Humala towards Brazil’s PT (Workers Party) and the larger than life Luis Ignacio “Lula” da Silva – Brazil’s former president.

The person that Chávez recommended was Valter Pomar, the national Vice-President of the Workers Party and an active member of the Sao Paulo Forum (FSP). The FSP is an organization of far-left extremists (including numerous members of the FARC and other Latin American terrorists) that was founded in 1990 in Sao Paulo, Brazil by Lula and Fidel Castro after the fall of the Soviet Union.

Castro realized that the day for armed insurrection was coming to a close, and that they would instead have to infiltrate civil society and political parties with radical communist ideology and use the vote to take over governments.

Currently 11 countries in the region are governed by FSP members – Peru would make the 12th. At this year’s meeting in Managua, Nicaragua, the Sao Paulo Forum officially endorsed Ollanta Humala for the presidency of Peru.

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