Massive Military Operation led by Socialist Regimes now Happening in South America

AgathaThe Real Agenda – by Be The Media

Operation Agatha 7 is being held all along the Brazilian border with ten South American countries. Altogether 25,000 military and Federal Police, Highway Patrol, Military and government agencies are involved. According to the Department of Defense,  this is the largest mobilization ever conducted by the Brazilian government in combating illicit trade.

Among the issues being tackled are drug trafficking, smuggling and embezzlement, arms trafficking and ammunition, environmental crimes, smuggling of vehicles, immigration and illegal mining. In less than two years there have been six editions of Operation Agatha in a boundary zone that comprises 27% of the country.  

On the surface, all this seems quite alright and even appropriate in a region that is plagued by violence and rampant trafficking. However, upon a closer look, something quite sinister starts to unfold. Operation Agatha was the name of a police and military operation conducted by the British authorities in the British Mandate of Palestine on June 29, 1946. The objective was to search for arms and arrest Zionist underground members in order to dissuade a unilateral proclamation of a Jewish state, while bolstering British morale. The total number of British security forces involved is reported as 10,000, 17,000 and 25,000. The operation is also known as Black Saturday, or Black Sabbath. In response to the attack, the militant Jewish Zionist underground organization Irgun carried out the King David Hotel bombing in Jerusalem on 22 July 1946.  91 people of various nationalities were killed and 46 were injured, which some describe as the birth of modern day terrorism.

The question is why the choice of the name? Is this in any way related to the ongoing plans of the NWO?

A Socialist New World Order

Brazil is part of the BRICS nations (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa), whose members are all developing or newly industrialized countries distinguished by their large, fast-growing economies and significant influence on regional and global affairs. The BRICS members have been on a frenzied dump of the Euro (€45 billion sold in 2012), and are currently dumping the dollar as well. They are also utilizing currency swaps instead of trading in dollar or euro while amassing huge amounts of gold reserves. They are hell bent on setting up their own Socialist New World Order in defiance of the current Zionist order of things by setting up their own currency and banking system.

Chavez is dead, but Latin American socialism lives on. Several Latin American countries are governed by openlysocialist despots, including late revolutionary Hugo Chaves of Venezuela, U.S.-educated Ecuadorian Rafael Correa and former coca farmer Evo Morales of Bolivia, who has already seized vast swaths of land for redistribution.

Former leftist terrorist and current president of Brazil, Dilma Rousseff, is following in the footsteps of her predecessor, Luiz Inacio “Lula” da Silva. She, too, has been pushing for further regional integration of South American countries, with a regional military integration scheme, gradual reduction of national borders, the elimination of passport and visa between members states and more.


In a joint statement released by Brazilian President Rousseff and U.S. President Obama on March 19 calling for a “just and inclusive world order,” the two leaders affirmed what they called “the valuable contributions towards democracy, peace, cooperation, security and development made by regional and sub-regional integration efforts and agreements, including the Union of South American Nations.” The two presidents also said they “valued the dialogue between UNASUL and the United States.”

Brazil, along with 11 other countries, is part of this shadowy coalition of socialist and communist political parties, terrorists, drug traffickers and “social movements” called UNASUR, which works in collaboration with Russia, China and other foreign powers. Other nations in UNASUR include Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, and Uruguay. UNASUL was signed on May 23, 2008 but went into full effect on March 11, 2011.

“What we are talking about is for agreements to go much further, not limited to trade issues but also to regional integration,” said Ecuadorian Foreign Affairs Minister Ricardo Patino. He cited mergers of health, education, energy, infrastructure and social security systems as examples of areas for collaboration and harmonization. However, the end game of this so-called “integration,” is commie talk for the surrender of national sovereignty to international regimes.

Eventually, UNASUR hopes to expand its membership to include Central American and possibly even Caribbean nations. The entire Western Hemisphere already consists of a dizzying patchwork of regional regimes including the largest, the Organization of American States, which the U.S. government belongs to.

Food for Thought

• Brazil is currently using 25,000 security forces, like the British during their Operation Agatha.
• Operation Agatha took place on June 29 — 2+9=11
• Brazil’s Operation Agatha started on May 18 — 1+8=9
• The operation comprises 27% of the country — 2+7=9
• The operation involves 11 countries
• UNASUR went into effect on March 11, 2011


About the author: Be The Media

Luis Miranda is the founder and editor of The Real Agenda. He has over 16 years of experience in Journalism which he has spent working for television, radio, magazines and internet news production. Luis obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Mass Media Communication back in 1996 and a Broadcasting Degree in 2007. Luis speaks English, Spanish, Portuguese and Italian.

One thought on “Massive Military Operation led by Socialist Regimes now Happening in South America

  1. Unfortunately, I’ve been expecting this. It was only a matter of time. We live in an era where the first TRUE ‘world war’ is attainable, through technological advances. Towering mountain ranges, once uncrossable deserts, and even oceans are no longer barriers, as they once were.

    Time grows short.

Join the Conversation

Your email address will not be published.