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Group.png Chile   SourcewatchRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
Chile (orthographic projection).svg
Flag of Chile.svg
LocationSouth America
LeaderPresident of Chile
Typenation state
Interest ofSenate Subcommittee on Multinational Corporations
Member ofAPEC, OECD, UN
SubpageChile/1973 coup d'état
Spanish-speaking MEDC in South America. It occupies a long, narrow strip of land between the Andes to the east, and the Pacific Ocean to the west.

Chile is a nation state in South America.

History

Independence from Spain in 1810

1973 Coup d'état

Full article: Chile/1973 coup d'état

In 1973, an internationally organised coup was instigated, by forces including the CIA and ASIS.[1]

 

Related Quotation

PageQuoteAuthorDate
Salvador Allende“We are faced with forces that operate in the shadows, without a flag, with powerful weapons, positioned in the most varied places of influence....The aggression of the large capitalist companies aims to prevent the emancipation of the people. It represents a direct attack against the economic interests of the workers....We are facing a true frontal conflict between large corporations and states. Their fundamental decisions - political, economic and military - seem to be interfered with by global organizations that do not depend on any state and that, in the sum of their activities, do not respond to or are supervised by any Parliament, by any institution representing the collective interest. In a word, it is the entire political structure of the world that is being undermined.”Salvador AllendeDecember 1972

 

Event

EventDescription
Chile/1973 coup d'étatA CIA military intelligence operation that overthrew of the democratically elected Salvador Allende.

 

Group

GroupStartDescription
Pia Union1928Catholic Church sexual abuse blackmail group in Santiago's richest suburbs

 

Citizens of Chile on Wikispooks

TitleBornDiedDescription
Alfredo AlcainoAn Chilean Cercle visitor.
Andrés Allamand7 February 1956WEF/Global Leaders for Tomorrow/1995. By 2020 Foreign Minister of Chile.
Salvador Allende26 June 190811 September 1973The first marxist to be elected in South America. Deposed by the CIA.
Gabriel Boric11 February 1986Elected President of Chile at age 35, one of the youngest leaders in the world.
Francisco Bulnes8 August 191728 October 1999
Carlos Cardoen1 May 1942
Manuel Contreras4 May 19297 August 2015Chilean spymaster.
Orlando Letelier13 April 193221 September 1976A Chilean socialist politician and diplomat, assassinated in Washington D.C.
Tohá Morales12 May 1965Mayor of the Chilean capital Santiago 2012-2016
Augusto Pinochet25 November 191510 December 2006
Carlos Prats24 February 191530 September 1974Chilean army leader who defended the constitution and President Allende. His resignation opened for the September 11, 1973 coup. Assassinated in exile with bomb planted by the Chilean intelligence service.
Mauricio Rojas28 June 1950Chilean born Swedish politician. Attended the 1999 Bilderberg meeting as leader of the neoliberal think tank Timbro. Prominent in immigrant integration questions for the Liberal Party.
René Schneider31 December 191325 October 1970The commander-in-chief of the Chilean Army at the time of the 1970 Chilean presidential election, when he was assassinated during a botched kidnapping attempt.
Izkia Siches4 March 1986Chilean doctor prominent in corporate media during the Covid-19 deep event. In 2022 appointed Minister of Interior and Public Security, the second most important in government after the President. WEF Young Global Leader 2021 and fan of fellow YGL, New Zealand's Jacinda Ardern.

 

Related Document

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
CIA Media Operations in Chile, Jamaica, and NicaraguaArticle16 March 1982Fred LandisHow the CIA takes over the major newspaper in a country targeted for regime change, and uses it as an instrument of destabilization. The method is still very much used in 2021.


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