Selected Articles: President Nicolas Maduro: Open Letter to the People of the United States

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An Open Letter to the People of the United States from President Nicolas Maduro

By Nicolas Maduro, February 10, 2019

I address these words to the people of the United States of America to warn of the gravity and danger that intend some sectors in the White House to invade Venezuela with unpredictable consequences for my country and for the entire American region.

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Venezuela: From Oil Proxy to the Bolivarian Movement and Sabotage. Abysmal Poverty under US Proxy Rule (1918-1998)

By Prof Michel Chossudovsky and Bonnie Faulkner, February 10, 2019

We discuss the economic and political crisis in Venezuela, its history as an oil proxy nation since the discovery of oil in 1918, through successive dictatorships, coups d’etats, a fake nationalization of the oil industry, the Chavista movement and destabilization through financial warfare, with a special emphasis on Michel Chossudovsky’s personal experience there conducting a study on poverty in 1975 as Advisor to the Venezuelan Minister of Planning.

US Influence in Venezuela Is Part of a Two Centuries-old Imperial Plan

By Shane Quinn, February 09, 2019

Root causes of the ongoing crises in Venezuela may be increasingly apparent, as the situation in the country reaches a perilous state. Venezuela contains one fifth (20%) of the planet’s known oil reserves, equal to the combined quantities of Iran and Iraq, while leaving Saudi Arabia trailing in second place.

A Military Coup in Venezuela? Not Without the Military’s Support

By Prof. Ociel Alí López, February 09, 2019

The probable outcomes range from a military intervention led by the United States in alliance with Colombia and Brazil to a prolonged stay in power for Maduro to the possibility of a Russian and Chinese intervention or a military coup. In the following text, we will analyze each of these potential outcomes.

Hackers Take Over Venezuelan Embassy Sites in Several Countries

By Telesur, February 09, 2019

Venezuelan embassy officials in Argentina condemned  Thursday’s cyber attack after hackers commandeered the ministry’s website and published a statement in support of the self-declared “interim president,” Juan Guaido.

No Coup! No War! Hands Off Venezuela!

By Eduardo Correa Senior and James Patrick Jordan, February 09, 2019

The whole world has been shocked by the words on the yellow tablet displayed “inadvertently” during a White House briefing by National Security Advisor John Bolton. The jaundiced man scribbled on his jaundiced papers: “Afghanistan -> Welcome the Talks,” followed underneath by, “5,000 troops to Colombia.”

US-led Military Coup in Venezuela Modelled on Chile, 1973?

By Prof Michel Chossudovsky, February 09, 2019

While the US for the moment is not contemplating direct military intervention, both Colombia and Brazil are slated to intervene militarily, if required, in Venezuela’s border regions, doing the “dirty work” on behalf of the Pentagon.

A “Twelve Step Method” to Conduct Regime Change: From Chile (1973) to Venezuela (2019)

By tricontinental, February 08, 2019

Most of the Global South remains trapped by the structures put in place by colonialism. Colonial boundaries encircled states that had the misfortune of being single commodity producers – either sugar for Cuba or oil for Venezuela.

War after War: Will the US “Pull Out” of Afghanistan to Strike a New War Elsewhere?

By Masud Wadan, February 09, 2019

In 2003, two years after the US invaded Afghanistan, the US-led conflict in Iraq distracted international attention from Afghanistan that hurtled the nation further towards crises as a result of the US turning its back to focus its entire heed to Iraq’s war.

France – Macron Does Not Fulfill His Campaign Promises of “Government of People for the People”

By Peter Koenig and Fars News Agency, February 09, 2019

Commenting on Macron’s taxing policy, former World Bank Economist says “he transforms public wealth into private wealth and shifts it upwards” by “slashing taxes for the rich, and imposing new taxes on poor and middle-class citizens, reducing pensions, unemployment, health benefits, etc.”


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