The lawyer and investigator Eva Golinger reported Monday that the U.S. Government allocated several million dollars of its annual budget of 2014 for funding to non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that are responsible for generating destabilizing acts in Venezuela.
She said that this reality is nothing new, for years the U.S. Government has been at the forefront of the attacks against Venezuela.
After 9/11, everyone [in Pakistan] was worried. People were ruthlessly disappeared after the New York attacks. No one knew why their loved ones were taken. The first few months were like hell for me. Then I regained my consciousness and said I could not accept all this. I said I would fight. I said I would get my husband back. It’s not about ‘missing’ people – this is about abduction. I started organising files on these abducted people and eventually I had 788 families on my list and I started conducting research. And we got about 200 prisoners released. The courts ordered this. They were all still in Pakistan. Others, we know, had been taken to Bagram, three or four to Guantanamo Bay where at least we knew they were alive.
Pakistani activist Amina Janjua on the ‘missing people’ of Pakistan. (via mehreenkasana)
Straight up snatching people up and feeding them to the prison industrial beast.