Venezuela False Flag Underway? Washington’s “Humanitarian” Regime Change Effort

Branson’s concert on the border of Venezuela and Brazil.

As I write this, there is a false flag underway on the border of Venezuela and Brazil. 

It looks like two people were killed and a dozen wounded after Venezuelan troops opened fire on locals. The confrontation is part of an effort to deliver “aid” to the crisis-wracked nation (thanks in large part to US sanctions). 

Of course, the Maduro government doesn’t trust USAID, a US government funded agency that specializes in “democratic” color revolution and undermining elections around the world under the banner of “humanitarianism.”

Here’s a clueless rich guy pushing a “concert” in favor of oligarchic rule by the Venezuelan elite.  

And here’s the “entertainers” who are headlining Venezuela Aid Live, a PR effort to make the violent overthrow of a democratically elected leader soft and squishy and palatable to liberal America.

These entertainers are, naturally, almost completely braindead on Venezuela, the CIA’s efforts to overthrow the Hugo Chavez government, and the bottomline—handing over the nation’s oil wealth to transitional corporations and banksters. 

Fortunately, some of us understand what’s going on behind the scenes of this rich man’s concert—regime change.

Roger Waters, formerly of the group Pink Floyd, understands what’s behin

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Kurt Nimmo is a frequent contributor to Global Research.


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