Colombia

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COL orthographic (San Andrés and Providencia special).svg
Flag of Colombia.svg
Capital cityBogotá
LocationSouth America
LeaderPresident of Colombia
Typenation state
Interest ofDan Kovalik, Plan Colombia
Member ofGlobal Counter Terrorism Forum, Organisation of American States, UN
SubpageColombia/Ambassador
Colombia/Minister of Defence
Colombia/President
Colombia is an important state in the trafficking of cocaine to North America.

Colombia is a nation state in South America. It has been termed a US bridgehead in that continent.[citation needed]

Drug trafficking

Full article: Rated 4/5 Illegal drug trade

Plan Colombia was officially intended to decrease cocaine production and export to the US. On its announcement, Peter Dale Scott predicted that increased involvement of the US military would have an entirely converse effect. His prediction, that the amount of cocaine produced and exported would increase, proved correct.

Since 2002, the second largest provider of military aid and training (after the US) to Colombia has been the UK.[1]

 

Events

EventDescription
2003 El Nogal Club bombingA murderous bomb in Colombia which as "investigated" by Cabal cover-up artist, Mete Sozen.
Avianca Flight 203

 

Groups Headquartered Here

GroupStartDescription
National University of Colombia22 September 1867One of the largest universities in Colombia.
Pontifical Xavierian University1623Jesuit university that has traditionally educated the Colombian elite.

 

Citizens of Colombia on Wikispooks

TitleBornDiedDescription
Lauchlin Currie8 October 190223 December 1993
Laureano Gomez20 February 188913 July 1965President of Colombia, two of whose sons, Álvaro Gómez Hurtado and Enrique Gomez-Hurtado both were repeat visitors to Le Cercle.
Enrique Gomez-Hurtado10 April 192713 July 2019Cercle regular. "One of the best bootlicker[s] of Bush"
Álvaro Gomez-Hurtado8 May 19192 November 1995Spooky Colombian diplomat who attended Le Cercle. Assassinated in 1995
Dandeny Muñoz Mosquera27 August 1966
Andrés Pastrana17 August 1954Colombian deep state operative, Colombian Ambassador to the US 2005-6, President of Colombia 1998-2002, Epstein's black book ...
Juan Carlos Pinzón22 December 1972WEF Colombian diplomat
Juan Tomas de Salas30 April 193822 August 2000Liberal Spanish journalist and editor. His magazine was one of the most prestigious and widely read liberal publication in Spain during the Spanish Transition in the late 1970s.
César Gaviria Trujillo31 March 1947Colombian economist and politician, former president.
Álvaro UribeThe US deep state's preferred 'go-to' man for Colombia and Latin-America.
Virgilio Barco Vargas17 September 192120 May 1997


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