“We’ve Found Our New Iraq — It’s Venezuela”, CIA Head “Accidentally Reveals CIA’s Crimes”: Julian Assange

The Australian journalist affirmed that the United States have found a new Iraq in Venezuela, referring to the illegal, unfounded and multilateral onslaught against the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.

The renown activist, journalist and founder of Wikileaks, Julian Assange, has expressed himself again on the Venezuelan question through Twitter.

The message was accompanied by a video made by Russia Today network where CIA director Mike Pompeo, admits to being working with the governments of Mexico and Colombia to overthrow the legitimate socialist government in Venezuela, led by Nicolás Maduro.

The video:

In another tweet, Assange denounced that the economic shock created in Venezuela is worse than the Great Depression remembered by Americans or than the crisis in Russia after the fall of the USSR.

This information puts into context the massive amount of support received by Chavism during the elections for the National Constituent Assembly.

Articles by: L'Antidiplomatico

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