Living Through UnderThrow

In the mid to late 1970s, the United States actively underthrew the Jamaican Government. Under Throw is a strategy of the C.I.A. which is also practiced by other NATO nations.

It is a complete program of how to get citizens of a nation to destabilise the government of that nation. In some cases, money changes hands, in others, the people are easily confused.

One of the hallmarks of Under Throw are ‘shortages’.

This is not the potato famine where a crop failed. This is not the effects of a natural disaster. These shortages are created by the C.I.A. in conjunction with a number of ‘business’ people in the country. Very often the shortages are of non-perishable goods or products which suddenly can not reach market.

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The population, brainwashed by various media mouths does not appreciate the artificiality of the shortages but blames the government.

In Jamaica, there were shortages of soap powder, rice, cornmeal, tinned condensed milk, items which could be ordered a year ago and sit on shelves. ¬†These ‘shortages’ were staged, because Jamaicans relied on these products.

The people turned against the government because of these shortages. Once the government was voted out, these products immediately appeared on the shelves.

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The rice and cornmeal were full of weevils, having sat in warehouses for so long.

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The tins of milk were rusty. The soap powder had many lumps.

This proves the products had been in Jamaica all this time, and were withheld from the public to destablise the government.

In Ghana the same trick was tried when Jerry Rawlings was President.

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It didn’t work, because he sent in the soldiers to open the warehouses, and sell the products on the road at set prices. That is why Ghana survived and thrived.

The Underthrow worked in Jamaica which went from near 1st World to 4th World status.

The same thing is happening in Venezuela today.


What do you think?

Written by jaylar


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  1. Thank you for sharing this story since what I understand that Venezuela once had a great nation to their oil business before the late Hugo Chavez and his successor Nicolas Maduro took over. To think our own government is not to be trusted.

  2. That is very interesting, and believable. It’s maybe not quite as drastic as how Stalin caused starvation by actually sending troops to remove food from the shelves of his supposed enemies, but it is surely in the same league.

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