Executive Intelligence Review


Is High-Level U.S. State Department Official Kimberly Breier Juan Guaidó’s Handler?

March 6, 2018 (EIRNS)—Apparently Venezuela’s self-proclaimed “interim President” Juan Guaidó, couldn’t be trusted to travel alone to five Ibero-American countries to plead his cause for regime-change in Venezuela against President Nicolas Maduro. After arriving in Colombia on Feb. 22, Guaidó embarked on a regional tour from Feb. 24 to March 1.

Lest one doubt that Guaidó is nothing more than a synthetic creation deployed by London-directed geopolitical coup-mongers, consider the fact that accompanying him on his tour was none other than Kimberly Breier, U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs. Does the so-called “interim President,” and leader of Venezuela’s National Assembly, “recognized by 50 nations,” really need a top-level U.S. State Department official to hold his hand in speaking to foreign governments? Apparently so.

There is every reason to suspect that Breier is Guaidó’s handler. As her State Department biography explains, she is an “intelligence official with more than 20 years’ experience in foreign policy.” TeleSUR writes that after getting her BA in Spanish from Middlebury College in Vermont, she received her Masters in Latin American studies from Georgetown University, which, “some claim to be known for training future Central Intelligence Agency employees.” Prior to joining the State Department, she worked at Georgetown’s Center for Strategic and International Studies, heading up its Americas Program, and the U.S.-Mexico Futures Initiative.

Recall that Guaidó himself did his graduate work at George Washington University where he enrolled in the nebulous-sounding “Governance and Political Management” program, under the tutelage of the rabid Friedmanite economist, Luis Enrique Berrizbeitia, a former executive director at the IMF.