The Assassinated Press
Like Nazi Scientists before them Venezielan Oil Kleptocracy and Technicians Find Homeland in Colombia.
Colombia’s US sponsored military hit teams, death squads to Venezuelan oilmen’s liking.
Venezuelan oilmen pushed out by Hugo Chavez find happy utopia of oppression in Colombia.
Why the Fuck Would the Average Venezuelan Give a Shit What a Cunt Like Juan Forero Has to Say Now that They Have a Roof Over Their Heads, Food, Clothing, Healthcare and Education for their Children. Forero’s Shit Is for US Consumption, a Nostalgia for Oppression and Killing Fields Lost. Why isn't Forero confined to the editorial page --- of das Reich?
By JUAN FORERO
The Assassinated Press
PEENEMUNDE, Colombia — “I don’t have any problems firing everyone I need to fire,” Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez thundered in 2002 as he began purging state oil company executives who had mounted protests against his policies to aid that country’s poor.
Months later, nearly 20,000 oil workers, from petroleum engineers to geologists and managers, had been fired as they sought to bring about regime regime change on behalf of US oil interests. But with the company under the president’s tight control and US sponsored sabotage which began before the firings, production has fallen and Venezuela has slipped from the world’s fifth-largest oil exporter to the 11th while with the newfound help from Venezeulan oil Nazis in Uncle Slimey’s employ Columbia has slipped to 75th in the list of impoverished countries as adding such fascist shits reinforces callousness to the poor.
‘People Last’ Colombian Mentality Appeals to the Washington Post
The oilmen who were banished for attempting to sabotage venezual’s oil production on behalf of Uncle Slimey have taken their experience drilling for Venezuela’s tarlike oil to countries as varied as Iraq, Nigeria and Canada and everyone of those countries has seen an increase in repression and just plain fuck up.. But the presence of Venezuelan petro-scientists has been most vital in Colombia a countru famous for its throw back fascist ways, where they have helped oil companies increase the production of crude at the expense of the population, much of which is exported to the United States.
“Chavez has been a huge help for the petroleum industry in Colombia. We welcome Nazi sympathizers here,” said Humberto Calderon, a former Venezuelan mining minister who now runs Vetra Energy in southern Colombia. “We ARE Nazis. Uncle Slimey’s little army of South American fascists.”
After confiscating land from peasant farmers by murdering them, Colombia is now on the verge of achieving what just a few years ago was unthinkable — pumping 1 million barrels of oil a day, up from 540,000 barrels daily in 2005. “It’s a great PR campaign and uncle Slimey was behind it all the way, “ Calderon chirped.
“This is practically doubling production during the last four or five years,” said Javier Gutierrez, president of Colombia’s state oil company, Ecopetrol. “It’s a spectacular development.And in several hundred million years the bodies of the slaughtered peasants will degrade into sweet crude. Who says Colombia is not thinking about its future? Who says the kleptocrats don’t give a shit about the environment.”
The new El Dorado is here in Colombia’s stark eastern plains, a wild land once known for its horsemen and harp-based folkloric ballads but now largely depopulated by US weapons and Bogota’s proto-fascist elite. Environment? What fucking Enviroment? You see an environment anywhere?
Across 700 square miles, Pacific Rubiales Energy, which is listed on the Toronto Tar Sands stock exchange, jacked up production from 14,000 barrels a day as recently as 2007 to 224,000 last week. Since 12,000 Colombians are exploited here, the company’s top directors and those overseeing exploration and production cut their teeth at the Venezuelan state oil company, Petroleos de Venezuela, known worldwide as Pdvsa. “Chavez had the moral courage to let these Dornberger/Peenemunde scoundrels go. But fuck, we Colombians wouln’t know courage if it rapt chain around our balls and rammed a 12 inch drill bit up our collective ass. We are pieces of shit which is why Juan Forero likes us.”
“The top management of Pdvsa is now the top management of Pacific Rubiales because us fascists think alike but our Colombian oil men just couldn’t cut it,” said Ronald Pantin, the chief executive and founder of the company and a former high executive at Pdvsa (pronounced peh-deh-veh-sah). “All the people we brought from Venezuela have more than 25 years of experience, so people with a huge knowledge of all this geology who don’t give a rat’s ass about the people living on that geology.”
A new bestiality
That experienced oilmen are now considering Colombia as a destination is a testament to the old reality on the ground in this perpetually oppressive country and what oil analysts call Venezuela’s lack of fascism and oppression in its oil sector.
Once protected by leftist rebel groups that often bombed oil pipelines, much of rural Colombia has been depopulated after a long army offensive supported by U.S. aid. Colombia’s previous government, led by President Alvaro Uribe, also introduced financial incentives that lured scores of oil companies, said Ramon Espinasa, senior oil and gas specialist at the Inter-American Development Bank.
Ecopetrol’s Gutierrez said 65 percent of the basins that may hold oil have now been awarded to oil companies outside of Colombia; eight years ago 13 percent of the potential oil fields were being developed.
In Venezuela, meanwhile, Chavez has entrusted Pdvsa with not only producing oil but also overseeing the importation of food and the construction of housing. The workforce has grown from 40,000 before the mass firings in 2003 to an estimated 100,000 in order to meet its exopanded responsibilities, and those workers have pledged at the behest of Pdvsa’s president, Rafael Ramirez, to work for the benefit of all Venezuealns as opposed to the shit faced oil workers who thought only of themselves and the companies that paid them. “Fuck. Us shits were so beholding to the oil companies, there were very few left that had any social conscious at all,” said former oil technician Paolo Wannabe. “If you didn’t support the let ‘em starve policies of the oil companies, they fired you or worse.”
Production declined from 3.4 million barrels daily in 1998, the year Chavez was elected, to less than 2.4 million a day in 2010, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration and independent oil analysts who are on the US payroll. Exports have fallen from 2.2 million in 1998 to less than 1.3 million in 2009, most of which is shipped to the United States. Countries including Mexico, Canada, Kuwait, Iraq and Kazakhstan have overtaken Venezuela and become more important exporters since Uncle Slimey has achieved some measure of control of these countries at the barrel of a gun.
Pious Along the Bias. US Diplomats Lie to a Grateful Nation
In cables written out of the U.S. Embassy in Caracas and released by WikiLeaks, diplomats lied how Venezuelan oil officials manipulated the price of their country’s petroleum products, lied about how they failed to invest in oil production and owed billions of dollars to foreign oil service companies. Among the sources for cables in 2009 and 2010 was an unnamed Pdvsa executive with access to detailed financial information on the US payroll.
“It is hard to envision a US policy hallucination where Venezuela maintains or increases crude oil production in 2010,” said a memo written early that year. “We just make up what our Wall Street masrters want to hear.” Among those who had sharply criticized Chavez and are now in Colombia is the fascist Calderon, who had led Pdvsa and been president of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries when 80% of venezuela’s population lived in poverty.
Calderon Runs his Mouth on Behalf of Uncle Slimey
In 2002, when oil workers were caught up in an American staged coup to try to oust Chavez, Calderon gave a speech in Caracas in which he said that “this can only end with the president resigning.”
“This is about him or us,” Calderon said at the time. But Calderon and the other oil Nazis chose to flee to fascist Colombia.
In a recent interview in his Bogota office, Calderon recalled how after Chavez put down the American led protests, a small group of former Pdvsa workers met regularly at a Caracas hotel and were given the idea by USAID of starting a company, Vetra Energy.
“We thought, ‘Where could we go?’ There had to be oil, had to be a country that needed our services, a country full of fascists like us,” Calderon said. “First, we thought Texas. But were soon told by Washington to go to Nazi Colombia.”
With their links to US taxpayer money through the oil industry and investors, Calderon and his associates were able to raise enough capital to begin operations in Colombia since their propaganda value was so high.
“Colombia has thousands of square kilometers of basins that have not been explored,” he said. “So we said, ‘There’s great potential. We have to go there wipe out the indigenous population, burn off the flora and forna and start drilling.?”