People often think very simplistically about the murders that took place on December 8th, 1982 in Suriname at Fort Zeelandia. But there’s a lot of evidence pointing to the fact that there was a lot more going on than we might have been led to believe. Certainly there was much more going on than the opponents of Desi D. Bouterse — who was in charge during that period of time — would have us believe.
It would appear that the CIA was busy planning a takeover of the country along with the help of local supporters. This would be similar to how they’ve planned such takeovers in other countries in the region a couple of times in the past (Nicaragua, Chile, Venezuela etc.). I’ve termed this the “standard operating procedure” of the CIA. There’s a blue print that they follow every time, as I’ve recently discussed with regard to Venezuela. They work with local oppositional forces to destabilize the country, abuse the media to spread false propaganda, and try to get the local population to rise up against the government. Very often they also use economic boycotts to achieve those goals (as for example in Cuba and Iraq during Saddam Hussein). The same is happening right now (2015) with Russia and Venezuela
Economic hitman and former insider John Perkins describes how they work in the above video.
The CIA always works with local oppositional forces because those are the people that will have to take over power of the country once the government is overthrown. They’re also installed later in the puppet government that will implement the policies of the western slave masters, at the expense of the rest of the population.
The CIA was also behind events between 1982 and 1983 in Suriname and there are various sources for that. See the notes below for the details.