Elizabeth Warren Endorses Trump’s Economic War on Venezuela, then Soft-Pedals Far-Right Bolivia Coup

[Elizabeth Warren’s statements regarding her support for economic sanctions against Venezuela, her support for Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó along with her calls for “regime change” there, and her whitewashing of the recent coup in Bolivia against Evo Morales clearly demonstrate her right-wing, pro-imperialist politics despite her progressive veneer. Elizabeth Warren serves as yet another... Continue Reading →

Venezuelan Government Slams ‘Biased’ UN Human Rights Report

[The Venezuelan government has criticized a report recently released by the UN which presents distorted and misleading information about the country’s human rights situation in an attempt to blame the government of Venezuela for conditions which have been largely caused by US sanctions and the freezing of Venezuelan assets abroad. The UN report is in... Continue Reading →

US sending ‘spoiled food’ and ‘expired medicine’ as aid – Venezuelan ambassador

[Recently the Venezuelan government has rightfully rejected the U.S.-backed “humanitarian aid” convoys’ attempts to infiltrate the country through the Colombian and Brazilian borders. These convoys are nothing more than ‘Trojan Horses’, and pretexts for a U.S.-led military invasion against the country. They are also deliberate provocations against Venezuela, for the convoys are carrying anti-Maduro right-wing... Continue Reading →

Venezuelan leader says coup plot generals arrested; ভেনিজুয়েলার নেতা জানিয়েছেন সামরিক অভ্যুত্থান চেষ্টা কারী জেনারেলদেরকে গ্রেফতার করা হয়েছে । ৫ ই নভেম্বর, ২০১৪

[Imperialist forces have sought to use the Venezuela's military against the nationalist regime of Chavez. The CIA sought to overthrow the Chavez regime in a coup in 2002. It is no secret that the US seeks to create chaos and overthrow the current regime there. The US has voiced its support for the opposition many... Continue Reading →

On Venezuela and Ukraine

On Venezuela and Ukraine (llco.org) Recently, both Venezuela and Ukraine have experienced substantial protests seeking regime change. In both cases it is important to recognize that protests are not always progressive nor are they deserving of support. In these two cases, neither movement is progressive. In Venezuela, the protesters are seeking a regime change that... Continue Reading →

Venezuela slams U.S. over ‘repressive regimes’ remarks By Daniel Wallis and Enrique Andres Pretel

Venezuela slams U.S. over 'repressive regimes' remarks  By Daniel Wallis and Enrique Andres Pretel CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro demanded the United States apologize on Thursday after the Obama administration's nominee for envoy to the United Nations said there was a crackdown on civil society in the South American country. Maduro has often... Continue Reading →

Venezuela offers asylum to U.S. fugitive Snowden

Venezuela offers asylum to U.S. fugitive Snowden By Daniel Wallis and Deisy Buitrago CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro offered asylum to former U.S. intelligence contractor Edward Snowden in defiance of Washington, which is demanding his arrest for divulging details of secret U.S. spy programs. Snowden, 30, is believed to be holed up in... Continue Reading →

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