Without economic security, you could never have democratic security. The best way to establish peace in the region is to assure productive, stable and well-paid jobs for the people
Venezuela (Vocus) October 29, 2010
World-renowned investigative journalist Daniel Estulin, author of The True Story of the Bilderberg Group and The Shadow Masters, recently met with former Cuban president Fidel Castro in Havana. Following that successful visit, the writer was invited by President Chavez to visit Venezuela. Their highly anticipated meeting next week will deal with international terrorism, FARC, recent elections in Venezuela, the US threat, war in Iran, Russia and the international drug trade.
Another topic of discussion will include a search for ways to build a better society in South America through Venezuelan leadership by embarking on ambitious infrastructure projects. Estulin has stated that these projects are key to Venezuelan future and stability.
“Without economic security, you could never have democratic security. The best way to establish peace in the region is to assure productive, stable and well-paid jobs for the people,” Estulin stated. On the subject of the drug trade, he commented that the country “can’t defeat terrorist groups without eliminating their main source of income – drugs.”
Estulin’s books are published by TrineDay Books, a company that specializes in releasing works of “inconvenient truths.” Visit their website at http://www.trineday.com.
The author lives in Spain and is available for interviews. A variety of rich media on the author can be found by clicking on the Media Room link at the publisher’s website. Contact Kent Goodman (541) 954-8142, kgoodman(at)amselmedia(dot)com for interview requests.
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