US historic and continuous involvement in Venezuela before and after Hugo Chavez.

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Democracy is not perfect, but it is better than anything I know.
However Venezuelans should decide for themselves what they want.
We shall not bring anything, but we shall help.
I respect your passion for helping those in need for help. Too bad the Syrian people didn’t take us up on our commitment to free them from dictatorship.
 
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    I respect your passion for helping those in need for help. Too bad the Syrian people didn’t take us up on our commitment to free them from dictatorship.
    "Too bad the Syrian people didn’t take us up on our commitment to free them from dictatorship"

    Some have, some haven't and we are not insisting or at least not anymore.
    We tried and realized that some need protection from Assad and ISIS, but not all what to get rid of Assad.
    Syria may or may not split yet, but we will not be deciding that, they will be.
     
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    Guaido Not Arrested In Venezuela - Rubio And Bolton Outraged!
     
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    Guaido Not Arrested In Venezuela - Rubio And Bolton Outraged!
    It seams that Rubio shot himself in the foot when he reminded Maduro of Saddam's history in what to do and what not to do. Apparently, Maduro is no Saddam. He's not falling in the traps and certainly not getting stuck in one like Saddam's invading Kuwait and refusing to pull out not believing the US was going to attack...
     
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    It seams that Rubio shot himself in the foot when he reminded Maduro of Saddam's history in what to do and what not to do. Apparently, Maduro is no Saddam. He's not falling in the traps and certainly not getting stuck in one like Saddam's invading Kuwait and refusing to pull out not believing the US was going to attack...
    Maduro looks like he is Saddam's long lost son, can't blame the guy for thinking of Saddam :)
     
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    Since you put it that way, I say let's bring democracy to Venezuela:cool: The people there deserve democracy ;)
    Yeah, let them rob the countrys’ natural resources under the name of democracy same as they did with other countries. You people are so naive to think that they are for the people, freedom and sll those headlines!!
     
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    Yeah, let them rob the countrys’ natural resources under the name of democracy same as they did with other countries. You people are so naive to think that they are for the people, freedom and sll those headlines!!
    I’m told the name is Nicolás Mahmoud Maduro and he must go. I think @HannaTheCrusader is all over it same as @joseph_lubnan but I can’t understand why they want to replace him with someone who looks like Barack Hussein Obama. That’s beyond me. But they seem to know their stuff by reading their posts here. So I must believe them.:happy:
     
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    Galloway suggesting Israeli commandos in Brazil Venezuela borders.

     
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    Venezuela’s minister says major power outage likely caused by ‘cyberattack’, points finger at US



    A cyber-attack is likely the reason for the major blackout that left most of Venezuela in darkness, a Maduro government official said, hinting that the US may be involved in the offensive.
    As Venezuela is still reeling from a nationwide blackout, Nicolas Maduro’s government says the emergency was the result of an external influence. The major power outage was likely prompted by a cyber-attack against the Guri hydroelectric plant which produces 80% of the country’s electricity, Jorge Rodriguez, Venezuela’s communication and information minister said on Friday, according to local media.
    The official went on to hint that US Senator and fierce anti-Maduro campaigner Marco Rubio may be linked to the offensive. Rodriguez found it suspicious that shortly after the failure Rubio shared specific information on Twitter about the emergency that even local authorities were not aware of at that time.
    How did Marco Rubio know [of the attack] a few minutes later that the backup generators had failed? At that time, no one knew yet.
    Branding the country-wide power outage “the most brutal attack on the Venezuelan people in 200 years,” the minister promised to file a complaint to the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights.
    President Nicolas Maduro earlier also raised suspicions of Washington standing behind the power outage as he accused the US of waging the “electricity war.” The country’s electric energy minister, for his part, said that “deliberate sabotage” on behalf of the US-backed opposition was the reason.

    Caracas and a number of other Venezuela’s cities were plunged into darkness on Thursday. The power outage shut the capital’s subway and left principal roads gridlocked as traffic lights were put out of order. The country’s largest international airport was also left without power. While power started to return to some parts of Caracas officials are so far unable to fully restore the supply.

    The blackout caught Venezuela amid a full-fledged political crisis as the country is split between the supporters of President Maduro and the opposition leader Juan Guaido. The latter – who enjoys the support of the US as well as most of the EU and Latin American countries – proclaimed himself an interim president back in January. In February, US President Donald Trump said he does not exclude military intervention in the conflict torn-country. Russia, China, Turkey, Iran and a number of other states have warned against meddling into Venezuela’s internal affairs.
     
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    Back to square one? Washington now says ‘no timeline’ for regime change in Venezuela

     
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    MSM finally admit that Venezuela aid truck was torched by protesters

     
    HannaTheCrusader

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    the left thinks such list will make the usa look bad
    on the contrary
    many nations were rescued from communism, socialism and today are thriving
    chile. argentina, brasil. dominican., etc

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    HannaTheCrusader

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    typical leftist scums
    they want best of both worlds

    CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — The Latest on the political and economic crisis in Venezuela (all times local):

    3:30 p.m.

    Like many other Venezuelans, they were sick and tired of the blackout.

    Colombian authorities say 10 people close to President Nicolas Maduro tried to enter the country Monday seeking relief from the power outage.

    According to officials, the embattled leader’s cousin, Argimiro Maduro, along with his spouse, children and extended relatives complained the heat was unbearable and said they wanted to spend five days in Riohacha until service is restored.


    The neighboring Andean nation is recognizing opposition leader Juan Guaido as Venezuela’s rightful president and recently compiled a list of more than 300 people with close ties to Maduro that will not be allowed into Colombia.

    Colombia Migration Director Christian Kruger says the relatives were on the no-entry list.

    He added that Colombia will not allow Maduro’s relatives to vacation while “avoiding the reality of a people in agony.”
     
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    Max Blumenthal searches for communist dictatorship at Venezuelan luxury mall
     
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    ‘Stop the evil empire’: Roger Waters says ‘the coup’ in Venezuela has failed (VIDEO)

    ‘Stop the evil empire’: Roger Waters says ‘the coup’ in Venezuela has failed (VIDEO)
    Published time: 25 Mar, 2019 10:47 Edited time: 25 Mar, 2019 13:36

    Roger Waters (@rogerwaters) | Twitter

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    The attempt by foreign powers to impose regime change in Venezuela has failed, ex-Pink Floyd frontman Roger Waters has said, adding that final victory over the “evil empire” was on the horizon.
    In a short video posted to Twitter, the famed English rock star and activist expressed disgust with those who supported Venezuela’s self-declared interim president Juan Guaido and his attempt to push President Nicolas Maduro out of office. “We were right about #RUSSIAGATE we’re right about VENEZUELA,” he wrote in a message accompanying the video clip, likely in reference to Robert Mueller’s special investigation finding no “collusion” between US President Donald Trump and the Kremlin.

    To see a great experiment in Bolivarian socialism taking place in a great country like Venezuela, and to watch the evil empire destroy it, is sickening. It’s failed. The coup failed. Guaido can go back to being a thug on the street, or whatever it was that he did.
    He mocked the Western assertion that Maduro was a coldhearted dictator, noting that in a real totalitarian state, Guaido would have been detained and executed. Instead, he’s allowed to travel freely between Venezuela and Colombia.
    Also on rt.com ‘Nothing to do with aid or democracy’: Roger Waters slams ‘humanitarian’ concert for Venezuela
    “Maybe Maduro needs to take lessons in evil dictatorship from some of the people supported by the United States of America,” the rock star joked.
    He ended his video with a short message to his fans.
    We are strong, and we are many, and we will win this battle in the end. Stop the evil empire.


     
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