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NEWS 3/14/2015 21:34

The Teheran-Caracas-Buenos Aires Connection

Three former members of the leadership from the Hugo Chavez era tell VEJA that Iran sent money to Cristina Kirchner´s election campaign in exchange for nuclear secrets and impunity in the Amia case, using Venezuela as an intermediary

by Leonardo Coutinho, Washington


Argentinians have been wondering for the last two months what happened on January 18, the day in which federal prosecutor Alberto Nisman was found dead in the bathroom of his apartment in Buenos Aires. Only four days previously, he had presented the justice ministry with an indictment against president Cristina Kirchner and another four people he accused of covering up Iran´s participation in the terrorist attack which resulted in 85 deaths and 300 wounded in the headquarters of the Israeli Argentina Mutual Association (Amia) in 1994.



Nisman explained in his document that, besides the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding that would allow Iran to interfere in the investigation of the case, the Islamic Republic wanted the Argentinians to remove the names of five Iranians and one Lebanese from the list of people wanted by Interpol. The Argentinian government went out of its way to disparage Nisman´s findings. Three weeks ago a judge formally turned down Nisman´s indictment that had been presented once again by a new prosecutor. Without even trying to hide her political alignment with the government, the judge took advantage of the decision which overturned Nisman´s denunciation to praise the president and her administration.

Everything indicated that the crime for which Cristina Kirchner and other members of her government were accused of by Nisman would become one of the many mysterious episodes in Argentina´s recent history. However, an agreement between countries, even when made in the shadows, leaves traces. Since 2012, 12 senior members of the Chavez government have sought political asylum in the United States, where they are cooperating with the authorities in investigations on the Caracas government´s participation in international drugs trafficking and supporting terrorism. VEJA spoke separately to three of the 12 exiled former Chavez supporters in the United States. To prevent any retaliation to their relatives in Venezuela, they asked not to be identified in this article. They were all part of Chavez´s cabinet. After Chavez´s death in 2013, they shared power with Maduro but fell out with him after a couple of months. The former members of the Chavez government said they had been present in Caracas when the leaders of Iran and Venezuela discussed the agreement that the prosecutor Nisman denounced in Buenos Aires. They said that the representatives of the Argentinian government received large amounts of dollars in cash. In exchange for the money, the Chavez dissidents said Iran had asked that those behind the terrorist attack should be covered up. The Argentinians would also have to share with the Iranians their long experience in heavy water nuclear reactor, an old-fashioned, expensive and complicated system but one that allows plutonium to be obtained from natural uranium. This shortcut is of great advantage to a country that is interested in building atomic bombs without the need to enrich the uranium and, therefore, draw the attention of the international supervisory authorities.

The former Chavez defectors said the then president of Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, landed in the Venezuelan capital on the morning of Saturday January 13, 2007 for his second visit to the country. Once the protocol ceremonies were over, Chavez received Ahmadinejad for a meeting in the Miraflores Palace, accompanied only by their bodyguards, interpreter and top tier members of the Venezuelan government. The meeting occurred around noon, just before lunch, and the conversation lasted around 15 minutes. They spoke about bilateral agreements, investments in the oil sector and student interchange. It was then that Ahmadinejad told Chavez he needed a favor. A member of the military who was a witness to the meeting told VEJA that the following dialogue occurred:

Ahmadinejad – This is a matter of life or death. I need you to be an intermediary with Argentina to get help for my country´s nuclear program. We need Argentina to share its nuclear technology with us. It will be impossible to advance with our program without Argentina´s cooperation.

Chavez – I will do this very quickly, comrade.

Ahmadinejad – Don´t worry about the cost involved in this operation. Iran will back it up with all the money needed to convince the Argentinians. There is another question. I need you to discourage Argentina from continuing to insist with Interpol that authorities from Iran be imprisoned.

Chavez – I will take care of this personally.

The presidents got up and went to lunch. Afterwards, they returned for a new meeting. The Iranian interpreter was the only outsider present this time. The former Chavez staff members exiled in Washington told VEJA that they participated directly in the arrangements made by Chavez to meet Ahmadinejad´s request. The two presidents saw an opportunity to make an agreement attractive to Argentina by having Venezuela buy Argentinean bonds which it had been doing since 2005. The Venezuelan Treasury bought US$ 1.8 billion of Argentinean debt in 2007. At the end of 2008, Venezuela held US$ 6 billion dollars in Argentinean sovereign debt. It was a great deal for Argentina as it faced the constant threat of a moratorium which frightened investors off. The Kirchners, Nestor and Cristina, thanked Chavez in public on a number of occasions for the financial operation.

The direct transfer of money from Caracas to Buenos Aires was less sophisticated and more problematic. In August 2007, Guido Antonini Wilson, a Venezuelan businessman based in the United States, was caught by the Argentinean customs trying to enter the country with a suitcase containing US$ 800,000. He later claimed that the money was destined for the campaign of Cristina Kirchner who was elected President of Argentina two months later, succeeding her husband, Nestor Kirchner. By coincidence, Chavez had an official visit to the Argentinean capital scheduled for two days after Antonini was imprisoned. One of the former members of the Chavez government VEJA heard was with Chavez when he was informed of the imprisonment by Rafael Ramirez who was then president of the state-owned oil company PDVSA and is now Venezuelan ambassador to the United Nations. Chavez swore and asked who the “idiot” was who had coordinated the operation. “The money was originally from Iran for Cristina Kirchner´s campaign,” said the eyewitness. “I cannot confirm that she knew the money was Iranian but there is no doubt she knew that it came from a clandestine source,” he added.

Antonini was then released and sought out the FBI when he returned to the United States to explain what had happened with the suitcase. Chavez´s intelligence service tried to dissuade Antonini from doing so. The operation is described in the book “Chavistas en el Imperio” by the Cuban-American journalist Casto Ocando and is based on the FBI information on Antonini. Ocando said the agents of Henry Rangel Silva, Venezuela´s chief of intelligence, offered to provide Antonini with lawyers and when he refused the offer, threatened him and his son with death. The conversations with the lawyers paid for by the Venezuelans were taped by the FBI. In one of them, dated September 7, 2007, they said that Caracas was willing to pay two million dollars for Antonini´s silence. The spies were arrested and accused of conspiracy. In his book, Ocando is right in concluding that Chavez was ready to do anything to cover up the origin of the money, including assuming the blame for the remittance and attributing it to the PDVSA. What Ocando did not know and now knows is that the resources came from Iran.

The money arrived in Venezuela in the same form as it had been sent to Argentina: in suitcases. At the meeting in which Ahmadinejad had asked Chavez to make a deal attractive to Argentina, the two presidents also decided to create a flight on the Caracas, Damascus and Tehran route which the Chavez leadership later nicknamed “aeroterror”. Between March 2007 and September 2010, an A340 Airbus flew this route twice a month. According to the former Chavez loyalists heard by VEJA, the plane carried cocaine when it left Caracas. It also carried documents and equipment although the ex-Chavez staff had no details about them. The drugs were unloaded in the Syrian capital from where they were redistributed by Hezbollah, a terrorist group from Lebanon. The American authorities have known since 2012, when the first Chavez defectors began to go into exile in the United States, that drug trafficking overtook Iran as the main source of Hezbollah´s financing. When the plane made its return flight, it carried cash and terrorists on the international wanted list.

One of the main operators of the Caracas-Teheran flights was Venezuela´s interior minister, Tareck El-Aissami, currently the governor of the state of Aragua. The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) collected a number of statements that showed he was the link between the FARC rebels in Colombia and Hezbollah. El-Aissami had an agent called Ghazi Nasr al-Din, a Lebanese who was at that time the commercial attaché at the Venezuelan embassy in Damascus. Al-Din, who was put on the FBI´s most wanted list at the end of January, had the mission of producing and distributing Venezuelan passports to hide the real identities of the terrorists who travelled throughout the world. Among those whose identity he covered up was the cleric Mohsen Rabbani who Nisman claimed was the executor of the Amia attack. Rabbani visited Brazil at least three times using a passport provided by Al-Din. Even when the “aeroterror” flights ended in 2010, Venezuela continued to supply documents to hide the real identities of terrorists. One of the exiled former Chavez staff said that the Caracas government gave shelter to at least 35 members of the Hezbollah group in May 2013.

The ex-Chavez loyalists interviewed for this article did not know whether the Iranians succeeded in obtaining the information on the Argentinean nuclear program that Ahmaninejad had wanted so badly. Although they belonged to Chavez´s inner circle, the discussions on this issue were reserved for the Venezuelan and Iranian defense ministers. The negotiator on the Argentinean side was Nilda Garré who is currently the country´s ambassador to the Organization of American States (OAS). She is a former Montonero guerrilla who met Chavez a number of times and had a close relationship with him which was made official in 2005 when she was nominated as Argentina´s ambassador to Caracas. One of the Chavez deserters said it was Chavez himself who had asked Nestor Kirchner to nominate Garré for the post. Chavez and Garré also had an intimate personal relationship which is only of public interest as it was one of the components of the political alliance between the two countries. “It was something like ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’”, said the former Chavez supporter who added that when Chavez and Garré met in his office in the Miraflores Palace, the sounds of partying could be heard from a long way off. Garré returned to Buenos Aires after six months to take up the defense post where she remained until 2010. “I cannot confirm that the Argentinean government handed over nuclear secrets but I know it received a lot through legal means (bonds) and illegal means (suitcases filled with cash) in exchange for something that was very valuable to the Iranians.” Another exiled former Chavez staff member said:” The person who knows these secrets in Argentina is the ex-ambassador Garré.” There are similarities between the nuclear reactors at Arak in Iran and Atucha in Argentina. Both were planned to produce plutonium, an essential element in building atomic weapons, using only natural uranium. The difference is that Arak should have come into operation last year but there are no signs that this has actually occurred. The Atucha reactor has been operating since 1974 and generates 2.5% of Argentina´s electrical energy. The Argentineans´ nuclear technology was also useful in starting up the Bushir plant that had been left unfinished since 1979. Bushir was inaugurated in 2011. Perhaps minister Garré can provide a clearer picture of the Teheran-Buenos Aires agreement that was stitched up in Caracas.









DECEMBER 5, 2014
Richard Cohen - SPLC PRESIDENT

Richard Cohen – SPLC PRESIDENT


Richard Cohen
SPLC  President

Dear Gaston,

The decision by the Staten Island grand jury not to indict the police officer who choked Eric Garner to death in July cries out for an explanation. Without it, the anger being expressed across the country will only intensify.

Some have suggested that Garner was to blame because he supposedly resisted arrest. But that’s beside the point.

When the New York City Police Department banned chokeholds more than 20 years ago, then-Chief John F. Timoney said that difficult suspects should be detained in the “safest possible way.” Too many people were dying.

The fact is, Garner – who was merely suspected of selling loose cigarettes – posed no threat to the many officers who surrounded him. And, it’s clear from the widely circulated video that officers certainly heard him say, repeatedly, that he could not breathe.

Eric Garner did not have to die.

Coming on the heels of the St. Louis grand jury’s decision not to indict the white officer who killed Michael Brown, the decision in the Garner case has exacerbated the growing mistrust between the police and communities of color throughout the nation.

Our nation must search for answers. Our communities are not war zones, and we cannot accept a mentality that leads some officers to see them that way.

Law enforcement officials at every level must examine their procedures, their culture, their training, and the way suspects are treated. And we must all insist on a high standard of conduct and accountability for those in positions of power over their fellow citizens.


Richard Cohen
President, Southern Poverty Law Center

BUCHONES, ALCAHUETES, WHISSELBLOWERS, TRAIDORES. QUI TAM son extremadamente útiles para poner en evidencia, procesar y condenar a delincuentes privados o en el poder.

Lo que abajo republico es solo un panfleto sin valor legal que me llegó de Argentina y circula por Internet.

Que no tenga valor legal no significa que la información que contiene no sea cierta y verificable. Al ser esta información publica y de ser cierta, de tal gravedad que alteraría radicalmente el curso de los acontecimientos de La Nación, es un delito de acción publica, y debe ser investigada oficialmente para ser desmentida o confirmada.

Sin embargo: cuando las fiscalías, los servicios de inteligencia, los jueces y los tres poderes republicanos (Poder Ejecutivo, Legislativo y Corte Suprema de Justicia) están bajo el control total del poder ejecutivo se ha consolidado LA SUMA DEL PODER PUBLICO… que es la negación absoluta de nuestro sistema REPUBLICANO (El gobierno republicano esta dividido en tres poderes, balanceados INDEPENDIENTES, y controlados entre si; esto fue clarísimamente definido por el genial Juan Bautista Alberdi cuando en la Constitución incluyó un articulo especial, (no para anunciar mas derechos) sino para definir lo que bajo ninguna circunstancia se puede hacer o permitir hacer.

O sea: El Pecado Mortal del sistema Republicano”… es nada menos que LA SUMA DEL PODER PUBLICO.

El articulo 29 es originario en La Constitución Nacional 1853 y esta hoy vigente,

El Articulo 29 dice que: la suma del poder público, no puede otorgar sumisiones ni supremacías por las que la vida, el honor y fortuna de los argentinos queden a merced de gobiernos o persona alguna. Actos de esta naturaleza llevan consigo una nulidad insanable, y sujetarán a los que los formulen, consientan o firmen, a la responsabilidad y pena de los infames traidores a la Patria.

En una cultura como la China, a los infames traidores los harían arrodillar en una plaza publica, un sub oficial les pegaría un tiro en la nuca… y la bala se la cobrarían al abuelo… ¡Política dura… pero efectiva… son hoy 1.400 millones!

Pero Argentina no tiene cultura cívica China, sino Americana.

En América con solo 6 palabras: “Dios Creo a Los Hombres Iguales”)” anulamos a los gobiernos totalitarios con poderes absolutos provenientes directamente de Dios. Pretensión apoyada durante miles de años por la Iglesia y por la filosofía de Aristóteles que sostenía: “Unos Hombres Son Creados Para Mandar y Otros Para Obedecer…”

“!Lo que republico abajo es un ejemplo de información sobre delitos de orden publico que deben ser investigados pero ¿quien va a investigar? si los entes investigadores están controlados por este “poder infame”? Para peor ese tema es complicado difícil de entender y caro de investigar… pero hay muchos otros ejemplos, uno simple, sencillo, aun así mas grave, que ha tenido amplia difusión por medio de la prensa y por internet, dentro y fuera del país; donde se publican detalles increíblemente precisos y fáciles de desmentir. Aun así, el poder ejecutivo como si fuese un diabólica jactancia de impunidad, o un acto intimidatorio de un poder ilimitado, lo continua ignorando.

El fallecimiento por un supuesto ataque cardiaco del ex Presidente Kirchner y su sepelio a cajón cerrado… pese a las infinitas versiones de que fue muerto por un balazo al cráneo, no seria un delito de acción privada familiar… seria mas un… Magnicidio… y por el bien de La Nación y de su gobernabilidad, debe ser fehacientemente desmentido…


Esto es lo que circula por Internet:


Hace aproximadamente 9 años una Senadora habría comprado a través de una sociedad off shore, el Departamento en Manhatan. Park Avenue 580 piso 15 b Obviamente FlorKey se defiende que alquila, pero hay un detalle, en 2012 , el sitio el Informador publico reveló, una cuenta secreta de CFK, cuyos fondos provenían de una operación de la ANSES es decir un desvío de Fondos, organizado por el Vicepresidente.

El vicepresidente parece tener cierta tranquilidad, ya que guardaría en su manga algunos ases.

Cuando Florencia Kirchner se radicó tres años atrás en los Estados Unidos para estudiar cine, pasó a manejar una cuenta con tarjeta de crédito de U$S 50.000 dólares por mes. Los fondos para cubrir semejante gasto habrían sido provistos por Boudou, primero desde la dirección de la ANSES y luego desde el Ministerio de Economía.

De este modo, el actual vicepresidente no sólo sería acreedor de este favor a CFK, sino que también conocería hasta en sus íntimos detalles- las compras y los gastos de Florencia K y sus compromisos en los EEUU.

Desde ya que se trata de una carta fuerte para hacer valer frente a la presidente para que ella lo defienda prácticamente a cualquier costo.

Tal vez envalentonado por esto, según una fuente, el vicepresidente habría dicho recientemente que si lo indagan a él, se van a tener que llevar puestos a unos cuantos altos funcionarios. Es que la vida diaria de Boudou está lejos de ser sencilla. En el Senado actúa como un presta nombre, ya que, por expresa instrucciones presidenciales, las decisiones pasan por Miguel Ángel Pichetto y su grupo. Algunos  senadores suelen ironizar que “en la presidencia del Senado hay mucho menos movimiento hoy que en la época de Cobos”, en referencia a que éste, aun aislado por el kirchnerismo, tenía más manejo que Boudou. Pero además éste debe fingir que no le importa que unos cuantos ministros y altos funcionarios lo denuesten permanentemente. Pero lo más grave es que la presidente, resentida por todo lo ocurrido, no le atiende el teléfono.

La clave está en las sociedades, que con este tema, la Señora volvió a triangular el dinero por mas sociedades, dicen los últimos informes que una parte está en Cuba y el resto ahora por emiratos árabes:

Al respecto las sociedades de Lázaro, en Nevada y tal vez una de estas empresas es dueña del Dto de Florencia K

Listado de sociedades bajo el mando de Aldyne Ldt.

En Nevada. Son 143:

Lake County llc, Vaneggia Holdings ltd., Hallkyn Group llc, Balmar Development llc, Etco Holdings llc, Banford Properties llc, Mochica Enterprises llc,

Oceandrive Investments llc., Best World Supplies ltd., Arisa

Business llc, Phillips Group llc, Carvelle Group llc,

Citrone Overseas llc, Haze Management llc, Alhambra llc,

Westley House llc, Trenton Properties ltd., Balmont Holdings

ltd., Lacewood Investments llc, Lamberti Trading llc, Jet

Trade ltd., Ivy Lane Group llc, Quantum Bay Limited, Eyden

Group llc, Buwan Marketing ltd., Galway Scott Trading ltd.,

Estival International ltd., Izalco Trading llc, Gulf Support

Services llc, RGS Steel llc, Murriel Trading llc, Permanel

Investment Limited, Pennyroyal Associates llc, Gladstone

Cosmetics llc., Thunder Overseas trading llc, Agrocomtra USA

llc, Paracas Development llc, Estinghill Investments llc,

Barston Management llc, Arius Onvest llc, Green Field

Consultants,llc,Itelsa Services llc, Healy Holdings ltd.,

Juniper Trading ltd., Nexsa Trading ltd., Hemingway

Investments llc, Gudson group llc, Polychem Group ltd.,

Kumar Holdings llc, Butler Trading llc, Medinvest llc,

Villette Associates llc, Ace Star International llc,

Billbrook Properties llc, Itelco Joldings llc, Oceanis Group

llc, Oldemar Trading llc, Integ Services llc, Nexton

International lc, Motiva Media llc, Juno Group llc, Balmain

Trading ltd., Calypsso Group llc, Little Bay llc,Royal Games

llc, Ground llc., GD Soccer Management llc., Arden Global

llc, Iser Holdings ltd., Jurdan Enterprises ltd., Justin

Invest ltd., Woodstar Services llc, Dillan Atlantic llc,

Bright Light Group llc, Falconwood Services llc, Priemor

Group llc, Cambridge House llc,

Exeter House llc, Redford House llc, Bio

Health International inc llc., Serena Trading llc, Abehart

Consultants llc, Oville Group llc, Exton International llc,

Everina Holdings ltd., Yale Holdings ltd., Sunglow

Investment llc, Ovano Group llc, Neymar Investments llc,

Lynton Trading ltd., Stepney International llc, Estridge

Overseas lnc,Cosmetech lc, Agroglobe Equity llc, Multinvest

llc, Galdor Enterprises llc, Dilmond Enterprises ltd.,

Coreley Properties inc. llc, The Ingelec Group llc, Abble

Holding llc, Pixi Incorporated llc,Huta Holdings llc, Nat

Enterprises ltd., Butterfield Consultants llc, Mafinsa llc,

Rafina Trading llc, Investment, Sport & Webs llc., Metal

First llc, Melco Maritime llc, Korman International llc,

Nortex Trading llc, Smart Steel llc, Relcove Limited llc,

Eurogranit llc, Steel Product Services llc, Blue Dreams Real

State Investments ltd, Dynamic Fittness llc, Ryder

Management Services ltd., Trever Welding Industry llc,

Binder Chemicals llc, Aychi Intertrading llc, Mel Sea llc,

Global Steel Trading llc, Dolfin Trading llc, Mercury

Consultants llc, American Trade & Packing ltd., Cavalagh

Commodities llc, Net Maritime llc, Eastfer International

llc, Angrain llc, T.H.I.-tower house international llc,

M.P.I- mayward properties international llc, Estrivela llc,

Cottontex Limited, Comtech international group

llc,Consolidated consultants group llc, Buxton investments

llc,Concord hill llc, Ariston holdings lc, Arden global llc

y MC Pirdon Investments Fund ltd.

Otras 31 sociedades dejaron de pertenecer a Aldyne Ldt. para pasar a manos de

Forbest ltd. Éstas son:

Fintech Holdings llc, Trenton Properties ltd.,

Huston Managementltd., Nat Enterprises ltd., Essex Holdings

Group llc, Melco Maritime llc, Panna Group llc, Rockford

industry llc, Tata National Investment llc, Abble Holding

llc, Maproplast b.v. ltd, Mobata International ltd., Global

Resources Investment llc, Grainco llc, Resincorp ltd.,

Kelfield Resources llc, Valco Investments l.l.c.,

Kelby  Properties llc, Jervois Holdings group l.c.,

Eurologistics llc, Sokar Trading ltd., Num Trading ltd.,

Wadley International l.c., Overlea Enterprises Limited,

Mondelia Management l.l.c., Murrell Consultants Group

llc,  Sefton Corporate Business llc, Leymond Engine

& Ring llc,Vicentina Group llc, Buzzard Finance l.l.c. y

Crystal Palace Group llc.

Por cierto Flor, movió en 2013 , mas de 49 millones de

pesos de su cuenta del Banco Nación . BANCO DE LA NACIÓN

ARGENTINA –C.A. $ Remuneración –


Ramón Oliveira Cézar, el vecino Argentino que esta en el Dto de Al

lado de CFK

Puede ser cierto, Ramon Oliveira Cezar es nieto o bisnieto de un tio abuelo mio, es una especie de play boy con departamento en Nueva York, figura en internet /


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Edmundo Resenos
September 5, 2013

Renouncing citizenship is a phenomenon of preoccupation, especially when it is announced that it has numbers that are considered a “record”.  I suggest that the US Administration investigate the real causes that are generating these behaviors in order to recognize with honesty and valor these causes, and to visualize possible solutions and their implications in the short, medium and long term, to eliminate or at least minimize the causes, and to carry far, and to design the most successful decisions. Attention to this phenomenon cannot wait until it becomes a “snowball”. It threatens the loyalty and patriotism of its citizens and armies. They are now discussing the possibility of a war against Syria.


EDMUNDO ROSENOS Counceling on Intelectual Capital

EDMUNDO ROSENOS Counceling on Intelectual Capital


La renuncia a la ciudadanía es fenómeno de preocupación, sobre todo cuando es anunciado que ha alcanzado cifras que son consideradas “record”.  Sugiero que la Administración de US investigue las verdaderas causas que están generando estas conductas con el fin de reconocer con honestidad y valentía dichas causas; que le conduzcan a visualizar las posibles soluciones y sus implicaciones a corto, mediano y largo plazo, que eliminen o al menos minimicen las causas y permitan alcanzar y diseñar las decisiones  más acertadas. La atención a este fenómeno, no puede esperar hasta que se convierta en una “bola de nieve”. Pone en peligro la lealtad y patriotismo de su ciudadanía y ejércitos. Ahora están discutiendo la posibilidad de una guerra con Siria.

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Dr. En Ciencias con especialidad en Ciencias Administrativas, por el Instituto Politécnico Nacional.

Publica: Libros;  capítulos para libros temáticos; artículos especializados en revistas nacionales e internacionales.

Dicta cátedra como profesor titular en la Sección de Estudios de Posgrado e Investigación de la Escuela Superior de Comercio y Administración del Instituto Politécnico Nacional; como profesor invitado para diversas instituciones nacionales.

Realiza investigación en el IPN y en redes institucionales, interinstitucionales e interdisciplinarias con un grupo de profesores afines, sobre los temas de administración de: la investigación y el desarrollo tecnológico de las empresas; la innovación y la tecnología, la creatividad, el capital intelectual; el liderazgo y el poder en las organizaciones; y otros temas del comportamiento organizacional y humano, del nivel estratégico de las empresas y las organizaciones en general.

Dirige tesis de licenciatura, maestría y doctorado.

Dicta Conferencias Magistrales en foros especializados y participa en diversos congresos nacionales y extranjeros.

Ha escrito comentarios; artículos críticos y propositivos sobre políticas y estrategias empresariales y gubernamentales para la prensa nacional.

Es miembro; miembro de número, y miembro fundador, de diversas organizaciones académicas nacionales y extranjeras; Presidió la Academia de Ciencias Administrativas (ACACIA) en el período 2002-2004.

Ha sido distinguido con las preseas “Rafael Ramírez”, “Maestro Ignacio M. Altamirano” y “Fernando Diez Barroso” como Investigador Distinguido.

Jefe del Departamento de Doctorado e Investigación de la Escuela Superior de Comercio y Administración del Instituto Politécnico Nacional de 1994 a 2005.

Miembro de la comunidad Politécnica desde 1946.

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Mobbing, inteligencia emocional, productividad Comments by Edmundo Resenos September 19, 2013

Dear friends, Mara, Lámbarry, and Rivas: I congratulate you to put in you complicated subjects in the organizations management and specifically in enterprises: interactions among mobbing (Mbg), emotional intelligence (EI), and productivity; productivity, by itself is a complex variable, its measurement is difficult, especially when there is intellectual capital with high qualification (IChq), usually few in number of persons; and usually, much intellectual capital of low-rate (IClqr) in the enterprises. The (IClqr) is commonly more concerned with their interests than the enterprise interest, but these are using a camouflage to hide their low-rate limitations qualification and their true personal interests with rationalities enterprise.  And, with the proposals of standards, rules, selection explicit or implicit procedures disguised so that their poor performance allowed ratings of high productivity, so they harass the IChq with explicit or implicit exclusion practices, dissemination of misleading pointing out disrepute to their work and personal prestige; and  comparing them with the conditions that they have imposed, and “democratically” adopted by their voting majority, trampling, simulating and mocking, to attack rationality, EI, professional ethics, and moral of IChq; while the carefree IClqr enjoy their comfort in the poltroon of the great difficulties of the difficult work of just collating uncritically with “✓” or “” the degree of compliance vs. scheduled; IClqr had been forgetting that, to collate is a previous task for serious analyses, in research, rational and critical examination, and to carry out conclusions. Supported by the performance of their own authorities, who fail to analyze, understand and less certainly criticize distortions, simulations and mobbing that IClqr has implemented and practiced under reports and great reports of fulfillments of the productivity approved “democratically”. This relationship that you are studying is also contaminated with the exerted power of the experts, the inexperts, and the organizational informal structures that work on the formal structures of functions,  authorized and “democratically” approved by majorities, without accepting the rational opposition from minorities, the IChq, and against the enterprise rationale. In some cases the top managers are imposed by them, the IClqr.

Many enterprises executives, IChq, have been laid off, “labor retrenchment” by the enterprises, arguing redundancy, and because their internal rate of return (IRR) are decreasing; then, many IChq are increasing the groups of ´the Indignants´, perhaps, IChq and the knowledge societies are ignorant of the true causes; only they known and remember that had hard worked to contribute to the enterprises´ wealth.

Comentarios de Edmundo Resenos / September 19, 2013



Estimados amigos, Mara, Lámbarry, and Rivas:: Los felicito por abordar temas complicados en la administración de la mayoría de las organizaciones y concretamente de las empresas; el mobbing (Mbg), y  la inteligencia emocional  (IE) que ciertamente afectan la productividad (Pd), que por sí misma es una variable compleja difícil de medir,  sobre todo cuando en las empresas existen  capital intelectual de alta calificación (CIac), (generalmente pocos en número) y  capital intelectual de baja calificación (CIbc) (generalmente  mucho en número). El CIbc, comúnmente está más preocupado por sus intereses,  pero camuflajean su verdadera preocupación y sus limitaciones de baja calificación, con  proposiciones de normas, reglas, proposiciones de procedimientos explícitos, acomodados para que su bajo desempeño les permita calificaciones de elevada productividad, y acosan al CIac con practicas explicitas e implícitas de marginación, difusión de señalamientos engañosos de desprestigio a su trabajo y su persona, de compararlos con las condiciones que han impuesto, otras prácticas variadas, impuestas y aprobadas “democráticamente” por votaciones de mayoría, atropellando, simulando y burlando de esta manera la racionalidad y la inteligencia emocional del CIac; mientras que el CIbc despreocupado disfruta de su confort en el poltrón  de las grandes dificultades del difícil trabajo de simplemente cotejar acríticamente  con “palomita” o “tache” el grado de cumplimiento con los formatos.  Desde luego, apoyados por el desempeño de sus propias autoridades, que no alcanzan a analizar, entender y menos criticar las distorsiones, simulaciones y mobbing que el CIbc ha implantado y practican debajo de los reportes e informes grandiosos de los cumplimientos de la productividad aprobada “democráticamente”. Esta relación que están estudiando, también está contaminada con el ejercicio del poder de los expertos y los inexpertos y, las estructuras de organización informales que funciona sobre las estructuras de funciones autorizadas y aprobadas “democráticamente por las mayorías, sin aceptar las oposiciones racionales de las minorías, el CIac.

Muchos ejecutivos de empresas, IChq, han sido despedidos, “reducción de la mano de obra” por las empresas, argumentando la redundancia, y porque están disminuyendo su tasa interna de retorno (TIR); Entonces, muchos IChq están incrementando los grupos de ´los Indignados´, tal vez, IChq y las sociedades del conocimiento son ignorantes de las verdaderas causas; Sólo ellos conocen y recuerdo que había trabajado duro para contribuir a la riqueza de empresas.

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Esto fue lo que pasò frente al hotel donde se hospedaba La Presidente de Argentina, Cristina Fernandez viuda de Kirchner en New York!!!








PRESIDENTE ARGENTINO Sra. Cristina Fernandez  Viuda de Kirchner en New  York en NEW YORK

PRESIDENTE ARGENTINO Sra. Cristina Fernandez Viuda de Kirchner en New York en NEW YORK

Presidente Argentino Sra Cristina Fernandez  viuda de Kirchner en New York (06)

Presidente Argentino Sra Cristina Fernandez viuda de Kirchner en New York (06)























Si me preguntan si perdonaría a Los Presidentes de Argentina: Néstor Kirchner, su viuda Presidente Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, Al Congreso, a La Corte suprema de Justicia y a todos los que colaboraron y/o consintieron LA SUMA DEL PODER PUBLICO con la violaron leyes y La Constitución, …. respondería como cuando le preguntaron al General Norman, de los Estados Unidos, si él perdonaría a los terroristas del 11 de septiembre de 2001. La respuesta fue:

” Yo creo que la tarea de perdonarlos corresponde a DIOS.

 La nuestra es simplemente la de promover dicho encuentro”




Declaración de derechos y Garantías

Articulo 29 CN-1853 (Vigente)El Congreso no puede conceder al Ejecutivo Nacional, ni las Legislaturas Provinciales a los Gobernadores de Provincia facultades extraordinarias, ni la suma del poder público, ni otorgarles sumisiones y supremacías por las que la vida, el honor o las fortunas de los argentinos queden a merced de gobiernos o persona alguna. Actos de esta naturaleza llevan consigo una nulidad insanable, y sujetarán a los que los formulen, consientan o firmen, a la responsabilidad y pena de los infames traidores a la Patria._________________
Art.29. CN-1853 (Current)Congress can not grant to the National Executive, nor the Provincial Legislatures, to Provincial Governors, extraordinary powers or the sum of public power, neither prerogatives nor special privileges in order to put the life, honor or wealth of argentines to the mercy of government, neither any person whatsoever. Acts of this nature imply absolute nullity, are utterly useless, and condemn to those who formulate, consent or endorse it, the responsibility and punishment of infamous traitors to The Patria.





20 junio de 2013
Canal TLV1 – “Toda La Verdad, Primero”


TLV1 – PLAN CONDOR (1º Parte) – Testimonio del Gral. Heriberto Auel en el TOCF Nº1

El estimonio del Gral. Heriberto Auel fue convocado por la defensa en el Tribunal Oral Criminal Federal Nº 1. Este testimonio deja en evidencia la falta de conocimiento total y absoluta de los jueces federales, fiscales y letrados Civiles de lo que es la función, educación, composición y formación de un Soldado de las FFAA. Observar las preguntas y deduzca sus propias conclusiones, ya que un tribunal civil juzga sin conocimiento a militares en los tribunales argentinos.

¡Ningún Tribunal Civil esta capacitado para juzgar temas militares!; pero en la actualidad La Justicia Argentina de la Republica Argentina ha sido peligrosamente infiltrada y reemplazada por abogados obedientes que responden al actual gobierno de ex guerrilleros, lo que los descalifica como jueces y fiscales

Cuando un juez condena a un inocente CON CONOCIMIENTO DE ELLO esta repitiendo las atrocidades cometidas por los nazis en la segunda guerra mundial.

Lector: sugerimos siga este enlace para visitar el post sobre el Juicio que condenó en Núremberg a esos jueces nazis.

¡Me avergüenzo como Argentino si no podemos reparar este daño 

TLV1 – PLAN CONDOR (2º Parte) – Testimonio del Gral. Heriberto Auel en el TOCF Nº1

Big Blow for Argentina in Holdouts Case

Posted: 16 Jun 2014 09:18 AM PDT

Juan Carlos Hidalgo

Today, the U.S. Supreme Court inflicted a major blow to Argentina in its decade-long legal struggle with some of its creditors since it defaulted on its debt in 2001—the largest sovereign default in history.

While in 2005 and 2010 most of Argentina’s creditors settled to swap their old bonds with heavily discounted new bonds, a group of holdout creditors challenged Buenos Aires in the courts. In October 2012, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit sided with plaintiffs to rule that Argentina must treat all its creditors equally and pay owners of defaulted bonds that were issued under New York law. Today, SCOTUS rejected Argentina’s appeal to that ruling. Buenos Aires now faces three options:

  1. Comply with the ruling and pay the holdout creditors the $1.33 billion it owes them. Argentina can afford this. According to the most recent estimates (June 6), the country has $28.6 billions in Central Bank reserves. Paying the holdouts would send a strong signal that Argentina is willing to play by the rules and honor its debts. However, the government of Cristina Fernández de Kirchner has made a political crusade out of its struggle against the holdouts (whom she calls “vultures”). Unfortunately, most voices in the opposition share her distaste for paying the holdouts.
  2. Ignore the ruling. If it does so, Argentina will be legally prevented from paying the other 93% of creditors that agreed to the previous bond swaps of 2005 and 2010 because the ruling requires Argentina to pay holdouts along with those who accepted the swaps. If this happens, Argentina would enter into a technical default. The economic consequences are uncertain. The central government is already mostly shunned out of international markets. But Argentine provinces and businesses could face a more difficult time servicing their debts.
  3. In an effort to avoid a technical default, Argentina could offer the bondholders who agreed to the 2005 and 2010 debt swaps new bonds issued under Argentina’s jurisdiction. Thus, the bondholders would face a terrible choice: either they stick to their U.S.-issued bonds and risk an almost certain default, or accept Argentina’s offer of new bonds issued under the “protection” of its shaky legal and political institutions. The chants of “Argentina, Argentina!” in the chambers of Congress in 2001 when the country opted for defaulting should be in the bondholders’ minds when considering this option.

Clearly, the best option for Argentina’s long-term economic prosperity is the first one. But it requires the country’s political class to swallow its pride and agree to play by the rules. That would be a first in a very long time.

FEBRUARY 26, 2014 2:25PM

Is the Grand Jury System a Joke?



An excerpt from the Charlotte Observer:

During a single four-hour workday last week, a Mecklenburg County grand jury heard 276 cases and handed down 276 indictments.

That means the 18 jurors heard evidence, asked questions, weighed whether the charges merit a trial, then voted on the indictments – all at the average rate of one case every 52 seconds….

“The entire system is a joke,” said Joe Cheshire, a Raleigh attorney who handles high-profile criminal cases across the state. “There is absolutely no living, breathing person with any kind of intellect who believes that a grand jury could consider and vote on 10 complex issues in the period of time that they use to deliberate on hundreds.”

Charlotte attorney Jim Cooney agrees. Rather than check the power of government, grand juries have become a prosecutor’s ally, he said, “that hands out indictments like they’re boxes of popcorn.”

The article notes that the one recent case where a grand jury declined to issue an indictment involved a police officer.  Hmm.

For Cato scholarship on the problems with the grand jury system, go here.


Pope Francis waves as he arrives at St. Peter’s Square at the Vatican. (REUTERS/Giampiero Sposito)

It’s official: 2013 has been the Year of the Pope. The latest evidence? Time has named Francis its Person of the Yearnoting that the pontiff, during his first nine months in office, “has placed himself at the very center of the central conversations of our time: about wealth and poverty, fairness and justice, transparency, modernity, globalization, the role of women, the nature of marriage, the temptations of power.” Indeed, the pope’s writings and public pronouncements reveal a deeply caring and passionate man who speaks from the heart. In Evangelii Gaudium, an “apostolic exhortation” released late last month, the pope bemoans inequality, poverty, and violence in the world.

But here’s the problem: The dystopian world that Francis describes, without citing a single statistic, is at odds with reality. In appealing to our fears and pessimism, the pope fails to acknowledge the scope and rapidity of human accomplishment—whether measured through declining global inequality and violence, or growing prosperity and life expectancy.

The thesis of Evangelii Gaudium is simple: “unbridled” capitalism has enriched a few, but failed the poor. “We have to remember,” he writes, “that the majority of our contemporaries are barely living from day to day, with dire consequences. A number of diseases are spreading. The hearts of many people are gripped by fear and desperation, even in the so-called rich countries. The joy of living frequently fades, lack of respect for others and violence are on the rise, and inequality is increasingly evident. It is a struggle to live and, often, to live with precious little dignity.”

Just how free the free market really is today is debatable. The United States is perceived as the paragon of free-market capitalism. And yet over the last two decades, according to Wayne Crews of the libertarian Competitive Enterprise Institute, Washington has issued 81,883 regulations—or nine per day. Maybe the marketplace should be regulated less, and maybe it should be regulated more. But unbridled it is not.

Moreover, the government redistributes some 40 percent of all wealth produced in America—up from 7 percent a century ago. Much of that wealth comes from the rich and pays for everything from defense and roads to healthcare and education, which are enjoyed by Americans from all income groups. The top 1 percent of income earners  earned 19 percent of all income in 2010 and paid more than 38 percent of all income taxes. The top 10 percent paidmore than 70 percent of all income taxes. Maybe the rich should contribute more, and maybe they should contribute less. But contribute they do—well in excess of the biblical tithe.

As for the negative consequences of “trickle-down” economics that the pope bemoans, let’s look at them in turn.

First, consider inequality. Academic researchers—from Xavier Sala-i-Martin of Columbia University, to Surjit Bhalla, formerly of the Brookings Institution and Rand Corporation, to Paolo Liberati of the University of Rome—all agree that global inequality is declining. That is because 2.6 billion people in China and India are richer than they used to be. Their economies are growing much faster than those of their Western counterparts, thus shrinking the income gap that opened at the dawn of industrialization in the 19th century, when the West took off and left much of the rest of the world behind.

Paradoxically, the shrinking of the global inequality gap was only possible after India and China abandoned their attempts to create equality through central planning. By allowing people to keep more of the money they earned, the Chinese and Indian governments incentivized people to create more wealth. Allowing inequality to increase at home, in other words, diminished inequality globally. And global inequality, surely, is the statistic that should most concern the leader of a global religion.

The graph below shows the narrowing gap between Chinese (orange) and global (red) incomes. As China embraced capitalism in the late 1970s, its economy started growing faster than the world average, making the world less unequal in the process. The figures in the graph are adjusted for inflation and purchasing power parity (in other words, they take into account that the cost of identical goods—such as a pair of shoes or a pound of beef—may be significantly different in two countries, depending on the price of labor, land, capital, etc.)

GDP, per person, 2011 international dollars, PPP

Second, let’s look at poverty. According to the Brookings Institution researchersLaurence Chandy and Geoffrey Gertz, the “rise of emerging economies has led to a dramatic fall in global poverty.” The authors “estimate that between 2005 and 2010, the total number of poor people around the world fell by nearly half a billion, from over 1.3 billion in 2005 to under 900 million in 2010. Poverty reduction of this magnitude is unparalleled in history: never before have so many people been lifted out of poverty over such a brief period of time.”

If anything, the speed of human progress seems to be accelerating. As Charles Kenny of the Center for Global Development writes, “4.9 billion people—the considerable majority of the planet—[live] in countries where GDP has increased more than fivefold over 50 years. Those countries include India, with an economy nearly 10 times larger than it was in 1960, Indonesia (13 times), China (17 times), and Thailand (22 times larger than in 1960). Around 5.1 billion people live in countries where we know incomes have more than doubled since 1960, and 4.1 billion—well more than half the planet—live in countries where average incomes have tripled or more.”

The graph below shows the percentage of the population living on less than $1.25 a day in Bangladesh (orange), China (blue), Vietnam (purple), and India (green) beginning in the 1980s. The dollar figure is, again, adjusted for inflation and purchasing power parity.

Poverty gap at $1.25 per day, adjusted for inflation and PPP, percent of population

Third, consider violence. In The Better Angels of Our Nature: Why Violence Has Declined—a book that spans 800 pages and millennia of human development—Steven Pinker of Harvard University documents a tremendous decline in global violence. According to Pinker, “Tribal warfare was nine times as deadly as war and genocide in the 20th century. The murder rate in medieval Europe was more than thirty times what it is today. Slavery, sadistic punishments, and frivolous executions were unexceptionable features of life for millennia, then were suddenly abolished. Wars between developed countries have vanished, and even in the developing world, wars kill a fraction of the numbers they did a few decades ago. Rape, hate crimes, deadly riots, child abuse—all substantially down.”

Rape and homicide rates in the United States, percent of 1973 level

Rate of deaths in genocides, per 100,000 people

Last, but not least, consider disease. Measles, polio, and cholera, which destroyed innumerable lives in the past, have been all but eradicated. The spread of HIV/AIDS has been checked by the increasing use of marvelous antiretroviral (ARV) therapies. Some 10 million people, mostly Africans, are being treated with ARVs—an intervention mostly financed by the West. Even cancer rates, which have increased together with life expectancy, are beginning to decline—at least in rich countries. Speaking of living longer, the average global life expectancy at birth hovered around 30 years from the Upper Paleolithic to 1900. Even in the richest countries, like those of Western Europe, life expectancy at the start of the 20th century rarely exceeded 50 years. Today, the average global life expectancy is 68 years.

Antiretroviral therapy coverage, percent of people with advanced HIV

Life expectancy at birth, years

Pope Francis has a big heart, but his credibility as a voice of justice and morality would be immeasurably improved if he based his statements on facts.