Pulling the Plug on Fujimori: Globalists Operating through the UN and the U.S. Government Crashed Peru's Economy and Toppled Its Duly Elected Government to Advance Their New World Order. (Peru)

By Jasper, William F. | The New American, December 30, 2002 | Go to article overview

Pulling the Plug on Fujimori: Globalists Operating through the UN and the U.S. Government Crashed Peru's Economy and Toppled Its Duly Elected Government to Advance Their New World Order. (Peru)


Jasper, William F., The New American


In April 2000, Peru's President Alberto Fujimori said he was confident that he would win a third term in office despite what he called an "international conspiracy" to undermine his campaign with accusations of election fraud. The highly popular president had good reason for confidence. He ended up winning that election by a 10 percent margin, what is often called a "landslide" in U.S. political races. It turned out, however, that his concern about an "international conspiracy" had merit. His concern in this matter was not paranoid fancy, a la Hillary Clinton's "vast right-wing conspiracy." There was indeed a conspiracy out to get him, and get him it did. By causing economic instability, stirring up revolutionary violence, utilizing bribery and illegal campaign contributions, and creating an international clamor over alleged vote fraud, this conspiracy drove Fujimori from office and forced him to flee the country, to be replaced by Alejandro Toledo, a "reformed" radical Marxist.

Joining Senor Toledo, as new commissars in South America, are fellow Marxists Fernando de la Rua (Argentina), Hugo Chavez (Venezuela), and Luis Lula da Silva (Brazil). All have been raised to power by the same conspiracy identified by Mr. Fujimori. Together with Fidel Castro, these leaders are taking Latin America back into the revolutionary turmoil of the Soviet era. The same conspiracy sovietizing our neighbors to the south has also been replicating this subversive process in other parts of the world. In Peru's case, however, we have one of the most blatant, textbook examples of this conspiracy in action, with the major players plainly visible and damning evidence publicly available to a degree rarely seen elsewhere.

"Fujimori Must Go!"

Considering Alberto Fujimori's remarkable 10-year presidency, American officials, and all supporters of freedom, should have enthusiastically supported him. His Marxist predecessor, Alan Garcia, had destroyed the economy, and Peru was collapsing under the fierce, Cuban-backed onslaughts of the Tupac Amaru and Shining Path terrorists. Fujimori defeated both terrorist groups, reversed socialist policies crippling the economy, privatized many socialist government enterprises, reduced government spending, stamped out much corruption, and cracked down on coca production and drug trafficking. And, contrary to the international propaganda campaign against him, he accomplished this without resorting to tyrannical policies or electoral fraud. No evidence has been produced supporting the claims that his election and reelections were fraudulent or corrupt.

The hard-core international Left -- the Communist Party-U.S.A., Socialist Workers Party, Socialist International, et al. -- hated him for obvious reasons: He had smashed their terrorist comrades and dealt a severe body blow to the whole hemispheric revolutionary movement. The fraudulent, left-wing "human rights" groups condemned him for allegedly violating the rights of terrorists, and for refusing to release Lori Berenson, the U.S. left-wing activist convicted and imprisoned for aiding the terrorists. The internationalists in the Clinton administration, the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), the UN, the IMF, and other centers of power hated him for additional reasons: He refused to go along with Clinton's phony drug war in the region (Plan Colombia), and his economic policies threatened to discredit and undermine the schemes of the international power elite.

The line-up of forces against Fujimori and the coordination of their subversive efforts were amazing to behold: The players in this gambit included the UN; the World Bank; the International Monetary Fund; the Carter Center; Human Rights Watch; the Socialist International; George Soros; and the U.S. State Department. Two of the key organizational players orchestrating the "get Fujimori" campaign were the CFR and Freedom House, which co-sponsored the important recent report on promoting democracy through the United Nations. …

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