U.S. AID vows to stop destabilization attempts in Latin America

Posted on November 11, 2014 • Filed under: Intelligence, Latin America News, Politics, United States

telesurtv.net reported…

After numerous scandals involving its attempts to undermine governments, especially in Latin America, the self-declared “aid” organization is set to roll back its involvement in certain programs, but such roles look set to be continued by other State Department agencies.

Self-proclaimed “pro-democracy” organization, the U.S. Agency for International Development, claims it will no longer undertake covert operations in hostile countries, according to a statement by the body.

The proposed policy change should prevent USAID from implementing certain destabilization programs in countries that would normally reject its aid. Especially those where the agency would have to go to “excessive lengths to protect program beneficiaries and participants.” Read Article

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