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Re: INSIGHT - VENEZUELA: Canvas ramping up
« on: June 29, 2012, 22:29:25 PM »
Re: INSIGHT - VENEZUELA: Canvas ramping up


Email-ID 1116408
 
Date 2010-01-12 22:51:02

From [email protected]

To [email protected], [email protected]

heh, love the 'how to' guide. let's sell it to Chavez
 On Jan 12, 2010, at 3:49 PM, Marko Papic wrote:
 
SOURCE CODE: SR501
PUBLICATION: NO
 SOURCE DESCRIPTION: CANVAS leader
 ATTRIBUTION: Not yet, not unless they let us publish
SOURCE RELIABILITY: A
 ITEM CREDIBILITY: 5
 SPECIAL HANDLING:
DISTRIBUTION: Secure
 SOURCE HANDLER: Marko
See attached document. It is CANVAS's strategy for Venezuela. They are
 ramping up their work there. Very active. The document comes to me with
 the following email:
"This year we are definitely ramping up activity in Venezuela. They have
 elections i September and we are in close connection with activists from
 there and people trying to help them (please keep this to yourself for
 now, no publication). The first phase of our preparation is under way.
 According to CANVAS's "Plan Format" model (which activists apply in
 workshops) there are four stages to successful strategy:
1. Situational Analysis (which we are doing now)
 2. Concept of oepration (what is to be done)
 3. Execution phase (How the hell we are going to win this war?)
 4. Technology operations (administration, logistics, coordination and
 communication).
This is the model, by the way, that we showed George in Colorado and
 that is the basis of our "powergraph".
This is the foundation for our draft analysis of what we are planning to
 do in Venezuela. That is attached.

http://wikileaks.org/gifiles/docs/1116408_re-insight-venezuela-canvas-ramping-up-.html
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