The Truth About What’s Happening In Venezuela Right Now Is NOT What the Media Is Reporting

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There have been a lot of things going on lately. The massive demonstrations in support to our Constitutional president Juan Guaido have unchained a LOT of repression and retaliation by those trying to avoid the dismemberment of the last stronghold of the Maduro and Castro gangs.

This is inevitable though. The suffering has been unbelievable and the cost in human lives, too high for those responsible to achieve some kind of agreement.

The media is trying to hide the truth about what’s really going on.

Lots of rumors have been plaguing the social networks. The media are not broadcasting anything that could compromise them. There is a TOTAL media blackout. The institution created by Hugo Chavez as a means to censure and control the media, CONATEL, has issued a prohibition of the name of the president under severe penalties.

The control of the people by force is achieving levels only seen in other countries, like the civil war in Guatemala or Nicaragua. There have been random (and some of them very calculated) kidnappings, children 13 and 14 years old being imprisoned, including girls, it has been quite messy.

There are lots of rumors in the social networks and the information has to be carefully picked up.


All of this confirms that our institutions, ALL OF THEM have been infiltrated, and they are under the control of people obeying foreign interests. Our officers of all ranks are being held hostage, and getting under prison without warning, based only on suspicious behavior. Generals and colonels included. Troops have NO ACCESS TO AMMO and this is an act of war.

In time, the role of Cuba will come to light on all this. There is enough evidence and testimony about how they controlled and provided advice so the gang could band together and implement a spying system to get all of the military under their iron fist. Nothing new here, indeed. KGB did this successfully for 50 years in the former URSS. Their Caribbean version, though, is going to be crushed in this next few days.

The situation has become a lot more dangerous and people are being warned to stay home.

There are some strong warnings to the citizens: avoid to leave home unless necessary, and keep a low profile on the streets. This situation can be easily turned into messy bloodshed if some thug too high on coke happens to squeeze the trigger and shoots a foreign trooper.

I have been told that in some places (especially Caracas) there are VStroms (all-terrain bike patrols) all over the place, with one soldier armed in the backseat. I mean hordes of them. I have seen videos with 30 or 35 bikes roaming, as a minimum. And as usual, the gangs called Colectivos are intended to pacify the streets, shooting to the demonstrations and creating chaos. However…the last demonstrations have been MASSIVE. I am pretty sure that some record has been broken this time in the area of human concentration.

All of this has roots back in time. Cuba has tried to influence throughout many years in our country. They needed desperately access to our resources. Especially after the Special Period, the so-called famine episode that they experienced after the fall of the Soviet world. They hated Venezuela because of our wealthy land, our excess of resources, and mostly, our happiness.

I had personal friendly relationships (at first) with some people that were in charge of the transportation of medical personnel, back in its time. They told that many of them were not specialists at all and that their criticism to our way of life was especially poisonous. Even our taste for good food, whiskey, and imported perfumes was something these guys saw with bad eyes.

WTF? I mean, you´re in a foreign country, supposedly assisting poor people in their health…and talk crap about how we like to live?… Come on. This was just an indication about what was about to come.

There are people who want to trick us into enslavement.

There is already a precedent of this animosity against my noble country. They tried to invade via the Bahia of Machurucuto, in the coastal line, back in the 60s. The population of a small town called the National Army and they were absolutely defeated. Their number seems now a joke, but the mere attempt says a lot about that.

Some people of that town remembers their words: ”we come to give you freedom”…but they lied. They came to enslave us.

This was a general trend, and it was the golden age of the guerrilla forces. They had agents recruiting in our state universities, taking advantage of the system, and using them as conspirative centers. One of the most acknowledged military leaders of the country, Carlos Peñaloza, knows the history. His videos are on the web. Activate the translation and you will see what he has to say. He also has a book written in Spanish.

If you need any help with this, I could write an entire article just translating that video. It has lots of important information to describe how deep and how long ago was this infiltration of our system and institutions. There was a lot of permissivity here.

I remember having read that some time before El Caracazo, one of the worst internal conflicts in Caracas and the country…we had the “visit” of the infamous Fidel, and rumors are that some of the members of his gang were left behind to assist the left in the preparation of that attack.

I strongly believe now in this, because I remember some university buddies mentioning the high level of organization that some barrios that opposed to the army presented, and the training in shooting war weaponry. They were there and saw everything, and I trust in their word.

This was the mistake that allowed it all to happen.

This was one of the worst mistakes in all this chain of events that led to the arrival of Hugo to the chair. Yes, he had formidable support, as a person of supposed integrity and coming from humble origins. But he used the trust of the people, turning against ourselves, and making a mess of a miserable military barracks what was once a decent country to live in, albeit harmed by corruption, that had been permeating all layers of our society.

The lack of seriousness, despite being one of our best character traits, played all these years against us. If there is something we are guilty of, is that and I acknowledge to it. Another trait could be a chronic lack of planning for the future. I don’t conceive a prepper in Venezuela (but, again, I am not your typical Venezuelan anymore), and talking to some people about crisis and how to prepare, I just received collective bullying and jokes. I am the one now with my family well-fed and with a roof over their heads without having to make too much more than regular activities just like anybody else, and much more comfortable.

People are afraid to leave their homes and stores are not open at night.

This said, in my old neighborhood, there is a local shutdown. Shops around my subdivision are closed, and opening a few hours before night arrives. People are hunkering down in their homes, only visiting each other inside their same enclosed subdivision. I guess more than one who was disobedient of the disarm law is preparing a good arsenal, provided that some thugs come to knock on their doors.

A person whom I contacted just today in Caracas told me that there is a very strange environment. People in the streets, mostly in the demonstrations, yes, lots of people. But there are some places almost empty, and the feeling is someone she never had felt. In the parks, there were not even birds in the trees. Told her that Mother Nature is wise, and perhaps they knew something was about to come.

There was a nasty rumor about children being kidnapped by the NGs, and it has not been confirmed so far. Foreign intelligence seems to be working extra hours. They should look for improving their escape plans, because the number of people who are going to be after them once some armed support is provided, will make Libyan unrest look like a picnic. There are enough people harmed by the brutality of those holding the guns. If they have resisted this far, is because what will happen once their show weakness.

Even the military is being controlled and is not being given ammo.

Another report I have that perhaps help to those skeptics to understand why the Army has not responded, and it is because the control of the ammo is total. The regular troopers are not receiving ammunition. Sometimes they use the AKs to control people, but their mags are empty.

Shotgun shells and tear gas are distributed only to some specific personnel. That reinforces the theory that says many of them are convicts, taken out from the jails to do the dirty job that officers don’t want to do (but I am sure that more than one LEO is guilty of shooting). With a minister of prisons like that woman (won’t type her name, but you could google it) anything is possible.

Going back on topic, this lack of ammo is what has slowed down (but not stopped) the military personnel to offer resistance. I am more than sure that if “someone” makes available a lot of AK ammo to a good portion of middle-rank officers, they would use it wisely.

Investing in a reliable weapon, ammo, and related supplies for self-defense is a good idea.

Oh, almost forgot it.

A good point for those lonely preppers out there.

Invest in one good, proven, main weapon or two you are proficient with. Invest in spare parts. And LOTS of reloading supplies of all kinds. I believe that, in the long term, you’re going to need more ammo than anything else, 4 different versions in 2 different calibers, or something like that. Versatility of your weapons, and tons of ammunition. And I mean exactly tons. (I am working in a personal project about this, though…with some different approach to a problem that seemed to be solved already)

I plan to finish the next article before the end of the week, with some other precise reports.

Thank you!

Thank you so much for your very interested assistance, as it really helps to free some time of my daily chores, and make some spare time to write.

God bless all of those wonderful people with a good heart and receive happiness and prosperity.

See you soon, fellows.

About Jose

Jose is an upper middle class professional. He is a former worker of the oil state company with a Bachelor’s degree from one of the best national Universities. He has a small 4 members family, plus two cats and a dog. An old but in good shape SUV, a good 150 square meters house in a nice neighborhood, in a small but (formerly) prosperous city with two middle size malls. Jose is a prepper and shares his eyewitness accounts and survival stories from the collapse of his beloved Venezuela. Thanks to your help Jose has gotten his family out of Venezuela. They are currently setting up a new life in another country.

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About Jose Jose is an upper middle class professional. He is a former worker of the oil state company with a Bachelor’s degree from one of the best national Universities. He has a small 4 members family, plus two cats and a dog. An old but in good shape SUV, a good 150 square meters house in a nice neighborhood, in a small but (formerly) prosperous city with two middle size malls. Jose is a prepper and shares his eyewitness accounts and survival stories from the collapse of his beloved Venezuela. Thanks to your help Jose has gotten his family out of Venezuela. They are currently setting up a new life in another country. Follow Jose on YouTube and gain access to his exclusive content on Patreon. Donations:

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  • My deepest sympathies to the people of Venezuela. They are all guilty of the same thing as the people of Syria, Libya, and Iran, being oil rich nations that wanted to share their oil revenues with their citizens, rather than our oil companies, and all have government owned central banks, rather than privately owned central banks.

    They hate us for our freedoms. Our freedom is to steal their oil, murder their citizens, destroy their nations, and then lend them money with interest to rebuild their nations.

    Might makes right.

    • The United States government has completely lost ALL credibility of being a concerned pro-humanitarian, pro-democracy, force for good, with a rampant homelessness epidemic, ramoant poverty, rampant drug adduction epidemic resultng in 72,000 overdose deaths last year, under a total state of surveillance, and total state of corruption, and the largest prison and jail population on earth.

      How does the Pentagon lose $21 trillion under a state of total suveillance between 1998 and 2015? How can the U.S. government claim to be anything other that a predatory, abusive, sadistic, theft and narco-state crime ring?

      Clearly, they can’t! As a sollution for the missing $21 trillion from the Pentagon, they have legalized Pentagon lying in accounting. The Democrats have frequently resorted to corrupt illegal behavior, and the Republicans have idiotically resorted to legalizing the corruption, rather than prosecuting the Democrats for it. The Patriot Act is a prime example, as well as the legalized Pentagon accounting fraud.

      Claiming any abuses by another government of its citizens is laughably hipocrytical and completely unbelieveable!

      • Also, your final comment;

        “Claiming any abuses by another government of its citizens is laughably hipocrytical and completely unbelieveable!

        Is beyond idiotic. There is literally no comparison.

        • Sorry for the typo, and your complete lack of critical thinking skills. I really feel sorry for you. When all of you’ve got as a defense is a non-sequiter, that’s totally pathetic.

      • Gee, wouldn’t inciting a Venezuelan civil war lead to more illegal immigration at our southern border?

        Why does Donald Trump act like Robert Mueller after so much criticism of Mueller’s witvh hunt against Trump?

        Trump wants to add 2,000 Syrian trooos to Iran, because he wans to watch Iran! Which witch hunt is worse?

        Don’t have TV or youtube, but won’t listen to SOTU on radio because my head would explode from the lies, which is why I disconnected tv.

  • My first involvement in the anti-war effort started in college against GE, since at the time they were one of America’s largest war contractors, pontificating over how much America would need to spend on weapons, made largely by GE, in the protection racket, which would bill future citizens for their protection.

    In speech class, i had to give a persuasive speech, which I decided to focus on GE, persuading students to attend a GE share holder meeting, to draw attention to GE’s unethical practices, hoping that share-holders would dump the stock.

    For practice, I read the speech after dinner to my family, and my Father and brothers were laughing hysterically, which was pretty insulting to a worldly 20 year old, know itvall, like myself.

    I guess that they were laughing at the audacity that I thought that it would ever make any difference.

    Patience is a virtue, not found in man, but I am a woman, so i have the upper hand, and the last laugh.

    • “Patience is a virtue, not found in man, but I am a woman, so i have the upper hand, and the last laugh.”

      I challenge you to try and make a more idiotic comment than that one.

      • I challenge you to counter me with something other than non-sequiturs. I really feel sorry for you. To whom much is given, much is expected. Your attack of a single poster with mindless non-sequiurs must be an extremely humiliating and shallow existence.

  • Why are there U.S. troops in Columbia near the Venezualan border. They are from the U. S. Southern Command.

    • Where aren’t there U.S. troops other than Russia, Iran, Cuba, and North Korea? There have been covert operations in Venezuela for a century.

  • Your comment on America losing “ALL credibility of being a concerned pro-humanitarian, pro-democracy, force for good” is just ludicrous. While I agree with most of what you said that comment was just plain stupid. We do have a problem as those in public “service” have used their positions to gather too much power to themselves and have become totally corrupt, however no one can argue that if the United States didn’t exist it would literally be hell on Earth.

    • Just stick to drinking your Manneschevtiz, or however that wine is spelled, because you are obviously incapable of a coherent line of communication based on principals of logic, either by lack of intelligence, or some form of chemically induced stupor.

    • I second that, and I question why these lies are being repeated by from someone who loves his homeland. This article starts with an absolute absurdity. “our Constitutional president Juan Guaido” WHAT?????? If a member of a CIA funded gang that has been creating chaos and destruction throughout Venezuela for over 10 years can claim the presidency without even running in an election, and that makes them the constitutional president in Venezuela, then Venezuela needs to rethink their constitution. I am happy to see so many educated people in this comment section. It gives me hope that not everyone is buying into Washington’s lies.

      Daisy, did you screen this before you posted it? Please don’t allow your website to participate in the propaganda.

      • Karen, just because you don’t care for what it says, doesn’t mean it’s propaganda. We all have different points of view and the fact that you’re telling a person FROM there that he’s less educated about the situation than those of us who have simply read about it is ludicrous.

        As a libertarian, I am non-interventionist. That being said, I’m also willing to learn from people who are actually FROM Venezuela.

        • Daisy,

          I apologize for my first statement, questioning why someone who loves their homeland would write that. It was wrong of me to say that to someone who has lost so much.

          However, it is not ludicrous that someone who lives and experiences a situation may not understand correctly what caused the situation to occur. Case in point: Go to NYC and ask 100 people what caused the twin towers to collapse. The majority of people will tell you that a bunch of muslims hijacked 2 planes, crashed them into the towers, causing them to melt and collapse. But more than a handful of people will tell you that lots of experts (who don’t live in NYC) have proven that the official story is a lie that defies the laws of physics, and they will point out something that the people who believe the official propaganda likely do not know about: there was a third building that collapsed that day. All of these people will be FROM New York, but both opposing beliefs can’t be true, and only a handful are thinking critically about what they are told to believe. Experts outside of NYC do, in fact, have a better understanding of what did and did not occur that day, simply because of their knowledge base.

          Back to Venezuela. I have long suspected that there was a covert economic war being waged against Venezuela ever since I heard Wesley Clark include Venezuela in the list of countries that the United States was going to “take out” after 9/11. This recent blatant US backed coup attempt has prompted experts and journalists, who have in-depth knowledge of Venezuela’s history and geopolitics, to take the opportunity to expose America’s interventionist actions to destabilize Venezuela. Michel Chossudovsky, a Canadian economist who in the 1970’s conducted a study on poverty in Venezuela for Venezuela’s Ministry of Planning, provides a lot of insight in this interview ( Chossudovsky is a professional economist who has intimate past and present knowledge of Venezuela. In this interview he details how Venezuela’s historical poverty was a direct result of American Oil interests enriching a small elite in Venezuela, while raping the country of it’s resources, and leaving grinding poverty for the vast majority of Venezuelans. His 1975 report was confiscated by the Venezuelan government and destroyed. Chossudovsky points to evidence of an economic war waged against Venezuela since the Bolivar Revolution and how the international elite are trying to restore a puppet government, so they can resume their rape of the land. There are Venezuelans who wish to restore this arrangement – they are those who would profit from it.

          This article ( by Dan Cohen and Max Blumenthal, gives a detailed history of geopolitics and US interventionism in Venezuela over the past couple decades. Both of these authors are anything but ignorant of the truth concerning Venezuela.

          These two articles are just a fraction of the information available from knowledgeable people who have researched this issue in depth. It’s not about perspective, it’s about Truth. Truth trumps perspective and opinion, and this world will continue to degenerate until Truth is given a place of honor again. People are harmed because opinion is given more regard than truth, and because we allow ourselves to be lied to.

          I understand Jose is your friend, and loyalty is a good thing. However, loyalty doesn’t mean that one’s friends are always right. Jose escaped a country that was collapsing all around him, which gives him insight as to the immediate circumstances around him, such as the difficulties of surviving day to day. However, that does not equal having an accurate grasp of the geopolitics that created the disaster he lived through. What he wrote is not true, whether he believes what he wrote or not. I choose to give more weight to the facts provided by those who’ve been outside of the propaganda and have kept abreast of the geopolitics affecting that area.

  • Daisy check out Florida Maquis on YouTube, he is putting something out Venezuela every day, and has been watching this awhile. When has CNN agreed with Trump? They are banging the war drums with Trump now. Maduro won a fair election, and they were crying to get him out before he got in. Sanctions since been 2014. Florida Maquis on YouTube! The media is LYING

    • I need to make this point clear…and loud:



  • “our constitutional president Juan Guaido…”

    After reading that line in this article I knew three things for sure.

    1) the author cannot be from Venezuela, as the Venezuelan constitution has no provision whatsoever to make the speaker of the National assembly president (and certainly not by the latter just declaring himself president with no mandate whatsoever, apart from Mike Pence calling him to do so).

    2)Hence, “our” is a blatant lie, as much as is “constitutional president”.

    3)So the article starts out with two bold-faced lies, hence I suppose the rest must indeed be as “truthful”. LOL!!

    This is just an extremely poorly written propaganda hitpiece serving the deep shit neocon regime changers. Written by someone afar who pretends to educate us about the “truth on the ground” in a country that he most likely never ever even visited?!

    • Jose is the real deal. He’s my friend and I’d like you to both stop insulting him on my website.

      He is not “begging” either. When he first began posting here, he was trying to get his family out of Venezuela. Many kindhearted readers asked how they could help. It was on my insistence that he posted a PayPal link.

      You are under no obligation to donate, but you are under an obligation to be civil if you want to continue commenting on my website. I try to maintain certain standards here.

      Best wishes,

    • I have never begged, nor have need to do so. If anyone wants to assist me and my family in this harsh times, we appreciate that very much and send our blessings.

      Most of us are catholic, like many Venezuelans, but we don’t go often to church but in special dates. However my younger kiddo has a heart so big, that he has asked several times to go to church to ask for the health of those who have helped us.

      I’m not a scam artist, Cindy, and you don’t have any right to insult me. I have been polite until now, but you don’t deserve it. Hardly someone interested in prepping could offend to some other person who has endured what we have gone through.

      If you don’t like what I write, that is your problem. But defame me is another different thing, and I won’t allow it.

    • What do you want? my home address and a picture of me holding a newspaper of the day?…do you even know about our laws to call me a liar?…

      I smell the stench of cuban trolls all around here.
      GOOD…!! this means that they hate to see someone spreading the TRUTH about what I am writing.

      I don’t pretend to educate no one who does not feel so.

      My goal is to inform what happens when a collapsed economy smashes your sorry backside, and knocks you down.

      And to write about what I have done, or what I should have done under particular circumstances, just in case someone else face a similar situation and can use my advice from experience.

      You are free to go to some other place and troll as you please.

      I don’t have any intention, nor obligation to show YOU any proof. All the needed proofs (including my personal phone number) Daisy has verified whatever she has desired already.

      Go under your bridge again lad, and stay there.

  • “…The massive demonstrations in support to our Constitutional president Juan Guaido have unchained a LOT of repression and retaliation by those trying to avoid the dismemberment of the last stronghold of the Maduro and Castro gangs…”

    I could hardly get past that statement without spitting out my coffee and it was in this author’s first paragraph.

    Maduro’s opposition decided to sit out the last election rather than run its candidates and now Juan Guaido without having received one single vote and with no constitutional basis whatsoever has declared himself to be the rightful president.

    The US government is doing what the US government always does; it’s interfering in the affairs of another countries government at the behest of the globalists and their international corporations and banks.

    Does anyone really believe that they would be the least bit interested in Venezuela if they didn’t have the world’s largest proven oil reserves? If all Venezuela had was bananas, the ruling elite wouldn’t care if they cloned Adolf Hitler.

    This author’s email address must be or more likely since the Chevron refinery in Corpus Christi, Texas is specifically designed to refine the low-grade crude from Venezuela.

    The problems in Venezuela need to be resolved by the people of Venezuela. The rest of us need to mind our own business and not interfere.

    Andrea – It’s nice to see you link to articles that aren’t your own on your website. That’s a good sign. Having said that I should chastise you for criticizing Yiddishlion for what you called his non-sequitur response (it wasn’t) and then giving a non-sequitur response yourself. “…Just stick to drinking your Manneschevtiz, or however that wine is spelled…” Ya gotta watch that if you want to be taken seriously. Hope you are well.

    Steve C.

    • If you have something to add based on your experiences living there, please feel free to share them.

      Oh, and let us know if you’re able to pass through the customs without your cavities being well searched, and your wallet intact…

      Good luck.

      • Daisy has said that you are a friend and that’s good enough for me to treat you politely and respectfully.

        My disagreement is first with your statement that Juan Guiado is Venezuela’s ‘constitutional’ president. From what I have read, the clause he sites in that constitution that gives him such authority is only if the elected president is unable to continue and he would have the authority for a maximum of thirty days in order to arrange a new election.

        Where are the statements in your essay to that effect and how do you define that Maduro is ‘unable’ to continue?

        Make no mistake. I am no fan of Maduro’s. I think he’s a tyrant and a thief, but that alone does not give someone else that was not elected the proper authority to replace him. I would hope that the people of Venezuela would rid themselves of him, but it won’t help much if his replacement would be just a puppet of some other (like the US) government. The Venezuelan people should have a leader that represents the people’s best interests, not their own or their masters…

        I stated in my comment that I believe the only reason that the US government and its corporate controllers are interested in Venezuela is for its oil. Do you agree? I suppose I should have also mentioned the gold deposits that are plentiful in that part of South America as being something that makes Venezuela desirable to the globalists, corporations, international bankers, whatever you wish to call those that exploit.

        In answer to your comment about my experience in Venezuela, I will tell you honestly that I have none. I worked in a gold mine in neighboring Suriname for a few weeks some years back and I can sympathize with your comments about going through customs though.

        Before I departed the company that I went down there to do some work for (as a favor to them, not for myself – I barely covered my expenses) instructed me to inform Suriname customs that I had been there to help Cambior at their request and was simply returning home. I had purchased nothing in country.

        When I got to the airport customs was literally shaking down everyone that went through for whatever they could steal. They started taking my things before I told them that I was in Suriname doing my friends (I added that ‘my friends’ part) at Cambior a favor. They immediately and I mean immediately, stopped their search and steal efforts, put all of my belongings back in my suitcase nicely, thanked me for coming and even offered to help me with my luggage to check-in. Therefore, I do have some experience with what you say about ‘customs’.

        I wrote that the Venezuelan people should handle the problems in Venezuela. I say that as both good manners and as a warning. If they open their country to US ‘assistance’ they will lose their country entirely. It’s like hiring the fox to guard the hen house.

        I would be interested in reading your thoughts on these things. At Daisy’s request I will be respectful as I expect you will.

        • I won´t disrespect anyone unless being attacked first.

          However, there is a popular saying here that means basically that a horse knows whom can it can kick. Therefore, a foreigner specially from the USA is not going to be treated the same as a Venezuelan (like me) returning home with some valuables like coffee, deodorant, tooth paste and similar items. You get the picture.

          I don´t want to believe that if I were not Daisy´s friend some people treat me different.

          I try to treat everyone the same.

          Good people is good people no matter where they are from or who their friends are, think.

          In Venezuela has never existed such thing as freedom since a long time ago. A friend of mine told me something similar, and I remembered Panama.

          They gave the control back to the country once that whacko Noriega was in prison.
          I rather prefer the USA backing us up, than China. They manufacture and sell garbage, without any sign of interest for the environment, nor their own people. If you go someday to Venezuela will see the 80% of small and medium sized supermarkets owned by the Chinese mafia.

          Many of the disgraces we had to face before Hugo era was because of our lack of responsibility to hold the wheel of our own ship. Institutions worked partially, but at least some degree of justice and security could be found.
          A president, or the ruler of a political party who menaces to imprison people who opposes to them…well, before Hugo, at least the appearances were taken care of.

          This is not something about left, right, middle, down, up or some political trend.

          This was a 7th generation warfare, my friends. Silent invasion, planned with DECADES of anticipation.

          Look for a translation of the book “The secrets war of Fidel in America Latina” and you´ll learn little things like when Fidel was invited to the Carlos Andres Perez taking of the Presidency in 1989, he left behind a battalion of agents that organized the lefties in the barrios for the coup de tat.(I think that book is where this is described).

          Castro´s Cuba is an infection focus, and has to be healed by whatever means needed. Just look at what Mexico will be in a few months from now.

          Enough said.

  • Jose so glad you got out of there. But also so very very sad you had to leave your home land. I hope soon enough your people will take back their country, and live in peace and prosperity forever. God bless you and good luck in your future endeavors.

  • Daisy,
    Regarding the comments in this article, it would appear that your website has been hijacked by a mentally ill troll (Iravani).

    To JG Martinez and the millions of Venezuelans suffering under the tyranny of socialism, I offer you my support and the hope that our government can assist your people in ways that are welcomed and needed.

    • Thanks fellow. That person Iravani, if even exists, is VERY unaware about what is really happening, and has been happening.

      Whatever intentions that troll may have, better not to feed it.

      Thanks for your supports, and best regards people!…

    • Ben,
      Millions are not suffering in Venezuela because of socialism. International elites have been working to destroy that country since they kicked them out and refused to allow them to loot their resources any longer. Washington is directly culpable in the destruction of that country. It’s time to turn off CNN and Fox. Read and watch some journalists who will tell you the truth. My heart hurts for this people down there, but it burns with anger that it is being done by my government in my name.

  • Funny, but Paul Craig Roberts website has a completely OPPOSITE view of the situation in Venezuela!!! And he seems to be a very bright and highly respected person– go take a look! 🙂

    • I like Mr. Roberts a lot. I think situations like this are different based on one’s perspective. We see different things on the outside looking in. Jose sees something different based on his experiences there. And the people living under the reign of Maduro right now probably see something different still. 🙂

  • The east and west factions of the nwo are at it in south America as everywhere else. This time Venezuela will be aligned in the same fashion Daniel Ortega’s Nicaragua was aligned by GHW Bush. Allow elections or face being aligned. Ortega chose the alignment option and Bush had Ortega’s best friend killed, Ortega then allowed elections to take place and Chamorro or whoever she is was elected, and she played ball with the Bush regime.

    The problem is the western faction of the nwo is losing in Syria to the eastern faction, so it wants to punish the eastern faction by intervention in Venezuela. If the eastern faction resists and determines to make a stand, this could lead to world war. Of course, if world war it is, the nwo wins regardless because they practice creative destruction – they destroy society in order to recreate it to their own totalitarian liking. In that case they’d roll out the mark of the beast, world religion, 0bama as antimessiah, pope Franky as the false prophet, the whole works.

  • Chavez was elected by the people of Bernizualia.

    Over time those that ran against Chavez and later Muduro were also Marxists. It’s like Trotsky running against Stalin. They kill each other and disagree over minor doctrine, but they are all Marxists.

    Bernizualia is an example of a foolish people, they are an example of what a foolish people do to themselves by embracing Marxism. They need to be held up as the Vaadwaur they are, with a proclamation “this is what a foolish do, this is what a foolish people look like”

    Embrace the suck.

    • Show some respect with our people.

      It is easy for those who have NEVER fought 5 national guards at the same time to say how foolish people “voted” for Hugo.

      The first thing that cubans did was to seize the national ID database, to manipulate it and make fake elections look real.

      They took advantage of the TRUE democratic vocation of MY people.

      If this is hard to believe, research on your own.

      You don´t have A CLUE about what happened in my country.

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