A mysterious group, The Committee to Free Venezuela Foundation, has posted a video about the Venezuelan problem in the Americas. I say mysterious because the most you can find out about them on the web is that they registered their domain name with a company in Portugal.

Using a recent speech by Rep. Connie Mack (R-Fla.) at CPAC as an organization tool, the Foundation has done a good job outlining the Cuba-Venezuela problem. Mack, the Chairman of the Subcommittee on the Western Hemisphere Affairs of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, is right on point, on all counts.

The Foundation should the members of the group or best not do these things. It fuels the wrong type of interests, such as conspiracy theorists.  Follow this link to view the video, Stop Hugo Chavez.

Yet for as strong and compelling the argument, the presentation is weakened because of the the anonymous nature of this group. Watch the CPAC speech without the editorial comment. It is just as good: CPAC 2011 Connie Mack.

One Response to Committee to Free Venezuela Foundation’s Anonymous Effort

  1. [...] an anonymous effort to enjoin neocons and conspiracy theorists in a crusade against the “Venezuelan problem in the Americas.” The Committee to Free Venezuela Foundation is a 501c4 nonprofit organization, founded in [...]

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