On September 5, 2016, the Zionist entity opened its new embassy in Asuncion, Paraguay. Speaking at the opening ceremony, Israeli ambassador Peleg Levi said: “The government of Paraguay stood by Israel during Operation Protective Edge (the 50-day carpet-bombing of Gaza in 2014), a time when Israel was criticized by many countries. More recently, Paraguay supported Israel at major international forums. Israel cooperates with Paraguay in the battle against terrorism and maintains a supportive role in actions against Hezbollah at the tri-border region.”
The tri-border region stands for Paraguay and its bordering Argentina and Brazil. Though the current governments in Argentina and Brazil are pro-Israel – previous presidents maintained brotherly relations with Iran’s former president Dr. Ahmadinejad.
On Tuesday, leaders from six Latin American nations, Cuba, Bolivia, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Venezuela and Nicaragua walked out during Brazil’s US-appointed president Michael Temer, 76, speech at the UN General Assembly. Temer’s parents were Christians from Lebanon.
Colombia is no doubt Zionist entity’s best regional ally. The current Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos during his June 2013 visit to Tel Aviv boasted of being the Israelites of Latin America. Paraguayan President Horacio Cartes has put a lot into the relationship, particularly during his visit to Tel Aviv in July 2016.
During Cartes 2-day visit, the Jerusalem Post reported that the Paraguayan leader was assisted in his 2013 election campaign and during his first 100 days in office by an Israeli-based consultant firm called 3H Global, founded by former Netanyahu chief of staff US-born Ari Harow, who was investigated for fraud.
The regimes in Columbia, Paraguay, and Israel have one common agenda – the elimination of the aboriginal people.
Since Jewish army’s defeat at the hands of Hizbullah fighter in Summer 2006, Zionist regime and its western poodles see Hizbullah in every country where Lebanese or Palestinian communities live.
In 2009, then-Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon told delegates attending the Organization of American States (OAS) in Honduras: “We know that there are flights from Caracas via Damascus to Tehran.” Thanks to the US-Israel insurgency in Syria – those flights had stop passing over Syrian territory since 2012.
In 2012, then Israeli president Shimon Peres urged Brazil to boycott Iran.
On May 9, 2007, MSNBC.com reported that a Paraguayan secret service official claimed that Hizbullah has established its secret bases in the tri-border region, and both CIA and Mossad operatives are there seeking to neutralize what they believe could be an imminent threat to American and Jewish interests.
On September 20, 2016, American writer and author of Martyrs Never Die: Travels through South Lebanon, shed some light on the West’s fear of Hizbullah.
Anthony Lawson in a video below explains how Israel and its lobby groups around the globe are obsessed with Iran and Hizbullah.