Militar venezolano denuncia a Chavez en Washington

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Teniente Colina saluda al General Frasser, jefe del Comando Sur, al fondo, Ricardo Guanipa editor de ImpactoCNA.

Ricardo Guanipa D’Erizans.-Teniente de la Guardia Nacional de Venezuela, José Antonio Colina Pulido, denuncia en Washington al gobierno de Venezuela,  presentando como prueba una serie de copias de planos o dibujos para  construir una planta para el enriquecimiento de uranio junto a Irán. Foto: Teniente Colina saluda al General Frasser, jefe del Comando Sur, al fondo, Ricardo Guanipa editor de ImpactoCNA.

Por ello, el militar venezolano envió los documentos al Departamento de Estado de los Estados Unidos y a la Presidenta del Comité de Relaciones Internacionales del congreso de EE.UU, donde advierte el peligro que se vive en la región a consecuencia de las actividades ilegales bélicas que adelanta Hugo Chávez con el gobierno iraní.

DOCUMENTOS

U. S. Department of State  Washington, D. C. 20522-8100  

Honorable  
Sra. Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton

Es un honor dirigirme a usted en la oportunidad de saludarle  e informarle a través de la presente misiva el gran peligro que representa el régimen de Hugo Rafael Chávez Frías, para el presente y futuro de la seguridad de los Estados Unidos de Norte América y la estabilidad de América Latina.

No es un secreto que el régimen de Venezuela, ha establecido estrechas relaciones bilaterales con países y delincuentes radicales en el hemisferio y en otras regiones del mundo.

Nuestra intención es exponerle pruebas de las relaciones existentes con estos países , como por ejemplo con el Gobierno de Irán, donde el intercambio comercial se encuentra en continua operación en el área de material bélico y la adquisición estratégica de equipos especiales, resultando en la construcción de una planta, llamada: “Bahman Ball Powder,  siendo erigida de forma conjunta por CAVIM, de Venezuela , la Organización de Industrias para la Defensa de origen Iraní y Parchin Industrias Químicas de Irán, en la Ciudad de Morón, en la parte central de Venezuela.

Hasta hoy, estas industrias se encuentran bajo vigilancia y sanciones de los Estados Unidos, y también bajo continua atención de la Agencia Internacional de Energía Atómica, por los trabajos que han realizado en el desarrollo de armas de destrucción masiva y enriquecimiento de uranio. La empresa venezolana CAVIM también ha sido sancionada en el pasado por el Departamento de Estado y para empeorar la situación, el Sr. Chávez anuncio a los medios de comunicación venezolanos, todas sus adquisiciones bélicas y acuerdos con las Industrias Iraníes, presentando aviones para supervisión aérea no tripulados, (drones), además de una fábrica de fusiles de guerra y lanza-granadas.

Nosotros los ciudadanos venezolanos en el exilio, y  aliados  de los Estados Unidos, buscamos asistir a este país, en el proceso de rescate y custodia de las Democracias en el Hemisferio.
En archivo anexo a esta misiva, envió copias de los dibujos arquitectónicos, que contiene detalles explícitos acerca de esta planta (Bahman Ball Powder) de explosivos construida en Venezuela por CAVIM y empresas Iraníes en la ciudad de Moron.
Nos encontramos comprometidos con recuperar la Democracia en Venezuela, la cual es necesaria para mantener y retornar la paz y la prosperidad al país, y aun más con la cooperación e integración de la republica para mantener la seguridad de toda la región.

Sin más a que hacer referencia.

Quedo de usted,

Atentamente,

José Antonio Colina
Teniente  (r), de las Fuerzas Armadas de la Republica de Venezuela.
Presidente de Veppex

En Dios confiamos.

Cc:  Presidente del Comité de Relaciones Internacionales de los Estados Unidos.  
       Honorable, Sra. Ileana Ros Lehtinen.  
The companies building the explosives plant capable of processing propellant for missiles and rockets in Venezuela in the City of Moron, are called:1) PARCHIN CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES FROM IRAN. (INFORMATION AHEAD).
Parchin Chemical Industries
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Other Name:     Para Chemical Industries; Parchin Chemical Factories; Parchin Chemical Industries Group; PCF; PCI
Location:     Parchin
Subordinate To:     Defense Industries Organization
Size:     Unknown
Facility Status:     Operational
Parchin Chemical Industries (PCI) is part of the Defense Industries Organization’s Chemical Industries Group and is most likely located at the Parchin Military Complex. UNSCR 1747 asserts that PCI “produces ammunition, explosives, as well as solid propellants for rockets and missiles.”[1] In April 2007, U.S. sources identified Parchin Chemical Industries (PCI) “as the final recipient of sodium perchlorate monohydrate, a chemical precursor for solid propellant oxidizer, possibly to be used for ballistic missiles.”[2] PCI is subject to both UN and U.S. sanctions.
Sources:
[1] “Resolution 1747 (2007),” Adopted by the Security Council at its 5647th meeting on 24 March 2007, S/RES/1747, http://www.un.org.
[2] “Treasury Designates Iranian Proliferation Individuals, Entities,” U.S. Department of the Treasury, 8 July 2008, http://www.ustreas.gov. UN Security Council Resolution 1747 designated PCI as subject to travel notification requirements and assets freeze. In July 2008, the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Asset Control added PCI to its specially designated nationals and blocked persons list.
Ballistic missile

A delivery vehicle powered by a liquid or solid fueled rocket that primarily travels in a ballistic (free-fall) trajectory.  The flight of a ballistic missile includes three phases: 1) boost phase, where the rocket generates thrust to launch the missile into flight; 2) midcourse phase, where the missile coasts in an arc under the influence of gravity; and 3) terminal phase, in which the missile descends towards its target.  Ballistic missiles can be characterized by three key parameters – range, payload, and Circular Error Probable (CEP), or targeting precision.  Ballistic missiles are primarily intended for use against ground targets.
Chemical Agent Precursor

Any chemical reactant which takes part at any stage in the production by whatever method of a chemical agent. This includes any key component of a binary or multi-component chemical system.  Common precursors to toxic chemicals are listed alongside the agents in the OPCW Schedules of Chemicals.  Many precursors controlled through nonproliferation initiatives also have legitimate commercial uses.
CNS logo This material is produced independently for NTI by the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies at the Monterey Institute of International Studies and does not necessarily reflect the opinions of and has not been independently verified by NTI or its directors, officers, employees, or agents. Copyright © 2011 by MIIS.

2) IN ADDITION ALSO THERE IS FURTHER INFORMATION:
Parchin Military Complex

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Other Name:     Missile Industrial Group; Department 140/31; Parchin Missile Industries
Location:     30km southwest of Tehran, province of Tehran
Subordinate To:     Sanam Industrial Group (Department 140); Defense Industries Organization (DIO)
Size:     hundreds of buildings and test sites; potentially additional underground facilities
Facility Status:     Operational

The large complex at Parchin is alleged to produce chemical weapons, and to conduct experiments with laser enrichment technology and high explosive testing for nuclear weapons. [1] According to an ISIS analysis, the complex is “dedicated to research, development, and production of ammunition, rockets, and high explosives.” [2] Although uncertainties remain about the extent of Parchin’s missile-related development and production activities, experts such as Yonah Alexander suspect the complex is involved in the development and production of liquid-fueled ballistic missiles. [3] One structure at the complex reportedly possesses a launch pad designed for testing small rocket motors. [4] Furthermore, a Fajr-3 missile assembly line that uses North Korean missile manufacturing technology is alleged to exist at the site. [5]
In November 2007, a series of explosions at Parchin caused a large fire. [6] The exiled Iranian dissident group The National Council of Resistance of Iran asserted that the explosions started in the missile industries section of the complex, an allegation denied by Iranian authorities. [7]
Sources:
[1] “Nuclear Sites, Facilities – Parchin,” Institute for Science and International Security, http://www.isisnucleariran.org.
[2] Nuclear Sites, Facilities – Parchin,” Institute for Science and International Security, http://www.isisnucleariran.org.
[3] Yonah Alexander and Milton M. Hoenig, The New Iranian Leadership (London: Praeger Security International, 2008), p. 157.
[4] Judith S. Yaphe and Charles D. Lutes, “Reassessing the Consequences of a Nuclear-Armed Iran,” Institute for National Strategic Studies, National Defense University, Washington, DC, 2005, p. 65.
[5] “Photos of Suspected Secret Iranian Nuclear Site Released,” AFP, 16 September 2004.
[6] “Iran: Explosions Spark Fire in Parchin,” Stratfor, 15 November 2007, http://www.stratfor.com.
[7] “Massive Explosion in Parchin Missile Site of the Guard Corps,” National Council of Resistance of Iran, 14 November 2007, http://www.ncr-iran.org; and “Explosion at Iran’s Parchin Military Base Leaves Several Injured,” BBC Monitoring Middle East, 13 November 2007.
Chemical Weapon (CW)

The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons defines a chemical weapon as any of the following: 1) a toxic chemical or its precursors; 2) a munition specifically designed to deliver a toxic chemical; or 3) any equipment specifically designed for use with toxic chemicals or munitions.  Toxic chemical agents are gaseous, liquid, or solid chemical substances that use their toxic properties to cause death or severe harm to humans, animals, and/or plants. Chemical weapons include blister, nerve, choking, and blood agents, as well as non-lethal incapacitating agents and riot-control agents.  Historically, chemical weapons have been the most widely used and widely proliferated weapon of mass destruction.
Nuclear weapon

A device that releases nuclear energy in an explosive manner as the result of nuclear chain reactions involving fission, or fission and fusion, of atomic nuclei. Such weapons are also sometimes referred to as atomic bombs (a fission-based weapon); or boosted fission weapons (a fission-based weapon deriving a slightly higher yield from a small fusion reaction); or hydrogen bombs/thermonuclear weapons (a weapon deriving a significant portion of its energy from fusion reactions).
Ballistic missile

A delivery vehicle powered by a liquid or solid fueled rocket that primarily travels in a ballistic (free-fall) trajectory.  The flight of a ballistic missile includes three phases: 1) boost phase, where the rocket generates thrust to launch the missile into flight; 2) midcourse phase, where the missile coasts in an arc under the influence of gravity; and 3) terminal phase, in which the missile descends towards its target.  Ballistic missiles can be characterized by three key parameters – range, payload, and Circular Error Probable (CEP), or targeting precision.  Ballistic missiles are primarily intended for use against ground targets.
CNS logo This material is produced independently for NTI by the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies at the Monterey Institute of International Studies and does not necessarily reflect the opinions of and has not been independently verified by NTI or its directors, officers, employees, or agents. Copyright © 2011 by MIIS.

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