Quico says: Caracas Chronicles has obtained exclusive reports of an imminent face-to-face meeting between Venezuelan Pres. Hugo Chávez and the head of one of Colombia’s most notorious criminal organizations.
After an exhaustive investigation, Caracas Chronicles can now confirm that the Venezuelan government is ready to hold contacts at the very highest levels with a Colombian criminal who has strong links to paramilitary death squads, leads a major drug trafficking operation and has been linked to neo-Nazi movements in the region.
Our sources in Caracas can confirm that Chávez’s new Colombian partner has actively conspired to prevent FARC from releasing hostages in the past. He is, moreover, determined to prevent any further hostage releases in the future because, our source says, he does not want peace in Colombia and lacks all respect for human life.
Our confidential source stressed the dangers of collaborating with such a figure, noting that Chávez is unwittingly building bridges with a man who “makes don Vito Corleone look like a rookie.” He added that Chávez must tread carefully in enmeshing himself with figures “better suited to running a mafia.”
The decision to move ahead with the talks sparked outrage among Chávez’s left-wing allies, where his new negotiating partner and the criminal syndicate he leads are roundly denounced as “cowardly, lying, manipulating provocateurs.”
The news surfaced on the heels of troubling new reports that the Venezuelan government has agreed to cooperate with an organization led by the world’s number 1 terrorist, a genocidal drunkard and head of the notorious Equus asinus crime family that, according to our source, may actually be Beelzebub, the prince of darkness, himself.
UPDATE: Unable to sustain its blanket denials in the face of massive pressure generated by this Caracas Chronicles exclusive, the Venezuelan government is now acknowledging that President Chávez is due to meet this notorious criminal today.
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