Peru: Under Siege by the US, CIA and the WEF?
Peru’s President Pedro Castillo, a socialist of the “Peru Libre” (“Free Peru”) party, was elected in Peru’s general elections on 11 April 2021. He won the elections with a margin of less than 1%; and was officially designated as president-elect of Peru only on 19 July 2021, only a week before he was to be inaugurated.
In fact, Castillo won with 50.13% of the vote, a lead of 44,263 over his right-wing opponent Keiko Fujimori. Hardly a landslide, and no wonder the opposition disputed the election results. In many cases, if not in most, such a narrow margin would require a new ballot, or at least a recount. Was the narrow result manipulated in one way or the other – difficult to prove.
However, intense calls for a recount were thrashed and eventually overruled by the Organization of American States (OAS), in which the US has a 60% stake.
Similar “narrow” election results are prevalent in recent years all through Latin America. In Brazil’s runoff elections on 30 October 2022, Luiz Ignácio Lula – Lula for short – a so-called “leftwinger”, won with 50.8%, less than 1%, against incumbent Jair Bolsonaro. But suspiciously narrow election results occur also in other parts of the world.
Today the narrow result in Peru is irrelevant, except for the question, who benefitted from this election and who may have been behind it?
Maybe the same people, organization(s), who are responsible for Castillo’s ouster on 7 December 2022. An internal coup, with foreign assistance. For more than a year of his Presidency, Castillo was unable to govern the country. Opposition, not just party opposition, like a cabal, would interfere with all his proposals. There is no doubt, like all his predecessor governments, he run a corrupt government. But that is not the reason for his ouster.
In the morning of 7 December, 2022, Castillo apparently wanted to close Congress. It is not clear whether the purpose was to call for new elections or to become a dictator, à la former President Alberto Fujimori in April 1992. Fujimori’s basically one-man rule lasted until the year 2000. In November 2000 Fujimori fled the country in the midst of a scandal involving corruption and human rights abuse. He later faxed his resignation letter from Japan.
Back to the present. Instead of Castillo shutting down Congress, the very Congress impeached him. As if planned, Castillo’s Vice-President Dina Boluarte, same “Peru Libre” leftwing party, immediately launched an impeachment procedure during which Castillo was ousted on the same day, arrested and immediately put in prison for 18 months without a trial.
Madame Dina Boluarte immediately assumed the Presidency. She wrongly expected she could keep the Presidency until the next official elections in 2026. Violent protests began immediately to beset the country, especially the Andean Regions, Cusco, Puno, Ayacucho, Arequipa and other towns, mainly in the southern part of Peru. They wanted their President back.
Peru’s Constitution prescribes under this circumstance new elections within 3 to 6 months. The Constitutional Court eventually compromised for early elections in April 2024. That gives Boluarte enough time to reshape Peru according to the UN Agenda 2030, i.e. the Great Reset.
She has already started. With an iron fist, Boluarte immediately cracked down on protesters, precisely those who voted for the Castillo-Boluarte ticket – the Peruvian poor and left – with deadly police and military repression. TeleSur reports on 11 January that the Peruvian Congress in a vote of Confidence supports Boluarte’s repressive measures.
So far, they have affected mostly the Andean highlands. Violent oppression of protests has until now, left close to 50 dead – and there is no end in sight. As a result of international calls for moderation, Boluarte requested more police restraint. It may be too late.
This article by Zoe Alexandra says it all: “They Shot them down like animals”: Massacre at Peru’s Ayacucho.
Remember Klaus Schwab’s World Economic Forum (WEF) Academy for Young Global Leaders (YGL)? It looks like Dina Boluarte is one of Professor Schwab’s YGL academy graduates. And she knows her role. Not long ago, with regard to the YGL program, Schwab said, “We are proud having been able to infiltrate governments around the world with our YGLs.” See photo (origin ´Del Peruano’). Is Ms. Boluarte one of the infiltrees?
See also this.
There are other signs of foreign intervention. Shortly before the “internal coup”, US Ambassador to Peru, who previously worked for almost a decade for the Agency, met with the Peruvian Defense Minister. Just a few days after the Coup, she met with Ms. Boluarte and proclaimed US support for her. Therefore, it may not be far-fetched to understand why Boluarte acts which such violent repression against her own citizens – and especially the protesters, who elected the Castillo-Boluarte team. See this.
Change in Peru towards the neoliberal “New Left”, as is apparent all throughout Latin America, is now triggered and attempted implementation is on the way through WEF mechanisms, alias Ms. Dina Boluarte.
In the meantime, protestors not only call for reinstation of President Castillo, but even more so for the immediate resignation of Dina Boluarte. On 15 January a Presidential Supreme Decree declared Puno, Cusco, Andahuaylas and Lima as in a State of Emergency.
This reminds of a similar event to which Peru is almost a carbon copy. Almost exactly three years ago, Bolivia on 10 November 2019, after 21 days of civil protests following the disputed 2019 Bolivian general election in which incumbent President Evo Morales was initially declared the winner, a coup was orchestrated and on 12 November 2019, opposition Senate Vice-President Jeanine Áñez assumed the role of Bolivia’s President. Evo Morales and his family fled to Mexico and Argentina.
On 8 November 2020, Ms. Añez was arrested, and later condemned to 10 years in prison. New elections installed a “new left” Government.
Interestingly, in the last two to three years, almost all of Latin American countries were turned to the “left” – the apparent left – which looks suspiciously like WEF / CIA-orchestrated elections or coups. These are the countries, having gradually turned neo-left: Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Uruguay, Bolivia, Brazil, most of Central America, and now Peru. Many of the new leaders (sic) are scholars of the WEF’s YGL program.
Coincidence? Hardly. In today’s social-engineered politics – à la Tavistock Insitute – there are no “accidents”. Most of these “new left” leaders are graduates from the WEF’s Academy for YGLs.
In the meantime, Evo Morales is back on a special mission. He recently came to Puno, Peru, the heartland of the Peruvian Aymaras. He called for a secession of the Aymara tribe from Peru and to form an independent Aymara country together with Bolivia’s and Chile’s Aymaras. The old “divide to conquer”.
Has Evo become a WEF / CIA agent? Boluarte has requested him to immediately leave Peru and warned him not to return, lest he would be instantly arrested.
The Cabal’s idea is to create an Aymara nation, splitting Peru into north and south. The south is of particular interest to the ruling class, because that’s where most of Peru’s wealth of natural resources are located. In addition to some 15 trillion cubic ft (Tcf) of natural gas reserves (worth more than US$ 2.0 trillion at end 2022 prices), the south of Peru also contains about 2.5 million tons of lithium, 60 million tons of uranium, the latter two minerals of a total estimated value of 30 billion dollars.
It is said that Evo Morales helped fund Pedro Castillo’s Presidential campaign. But who is behind Evo?
At this point, there is no end in sight for Peru’s upheavals.
It fits exactly into the theme of the WEF’s 53rd Davos circus (16-20 January 2023): “Cooperation in a Fractured World”; continue “fracturing” for better ruling and control.