At his State of the Union address last Tuesday, President Donald Trump honoured one of his special guests, Juan Guaidó, the self-anointed President of Venezuela.

Since January 2019, Guaidó, backed by the United States, has tried and failed to overthrow the presidency of Nicholas Maduro, who won the election . . .

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  1. Philip Zyrski 6 months ago

    I would expect murder in the first degree. There was a drone that nealy killed Maduro last year. But this situation seems just too obvious. Let’s not forget that Putin sent at least two Tu-160 Blackjack Strategic Bombers to Venuzuela and China was sympathetic to Maduro too. I wouldn’t be surprised if Venezuela decides to join BRICS and other organizaitons to help insulate or collectively protect Venezuela from the U.S.

  2. lynnfwood 6 months ago

    So, so the Venezuelans is free to elect any government they want so long as it is the government we choose for them to elect. Yeah. Sounds right. Yes America again protecting freedom and democracy from the tyrants who oppose us. Where is that checklist of people who have to be, ah, removed. You know, the one’s opposed to the free markets of neoliberal capitalism and the people who report on those removals too and the unreliable witnesses?

  3. 6 months ago

    Maduro – no matter what he clothes himself in and no matter how he behaves – he will be shot and killed the sooner the better …. the people have long suffered under this asshole and his dictatorship.

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