Trump backing Globalist Coup Attempt in Venezuela?

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Russia reiterated its support for democratically-elected President Nicolas Maduro, and presented a 'peaceful measures' initiative to the United Nations Security Council regarding Venezuela.

On Friday afternoon, Russia proposed a call to the United Nations Security Council, to end outside interference from the U.S. and it's allied nations.

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro hasn't shied-away from calling-on opposition forces to come to the negotiating table in a bid to engage in peaceful dialogue regarding the U.S.' attempted coup on the South American nation, and now Russia has suggested a new resolution to help Maduro protect the country's sovereignty against any possible foreign military intervention.


According to AP, Moscow's proposal calls for "resolving the political tensions in Venezuela through 'peaceful measures' based on a 'political settlement' without any preconditions or outside interference."


Reuters reported that, "The Russian draft would express concern over the attempts to intervene in matters which are essentially within the domestic jurisdiction. It would also express concern over the threats to use force against the territorial integrity and political independence of Venezuela."


Furthermore, TeleSUR Spanish reported that the Russian ambassador to Uruguay, Nikolai Sofinski, confirmed his country's position to support the efforts being made by Mexico, Uruguay, Bolivia and the Community of Caribbean States (CARICOM), to promote dialogue mechanisms between the Government of Venezuela and the opposition.


"We support all the initiatives that advocate dialogue as a means of solution, which advocate that the opposing sides agree without preconditions or impositions or interference of any kind," Sofinski told Russian public television network, Rossiya.


Bolivian President Evo Morales gave his endorsement for peaceful dialogue, and later Tweeted his displeasure of the U.S.' attempts at a coup. "We reject the statements by the self-proclaimed Juan Guaidó who welcomes a U.S. military intervention in Venezuela. I wonder what the brothers' presidents who recognized him have to say about such incitement to war in Latin America."

 

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Why Russia wants Nicolas Maduro to stay in charge of Venezuela


Putin would look weak in the eyes of the Russian people if he failed to defend one of his friends against the United States, according to Vladimir Rouvinski, who studies Russia at the Woodrow Wilson Center’s Kennan Institute. That’s why Russia is so concerned that Maduro’s position is in jeopardy.



“It will be a defeat — a defeat which will be extremely difficult to explain to the Russians,” Rouvinski told Global News by phone from Colombia, where he also teaches political studies at Icesi University.

Maduro visits Russia several times a year and is well-liked by Russia’s elites, including Putin, Rouvinski says.

“In Russia, where personal relationships are so important, I think this is a factor that is playing in favour of Maduro,” Rouvinski said

“There will be a sense of personal loss (in Russia) if Maduro falls.”

In the article, "Daily Life in Venezuela, far from a humanitarian crisis" (originally posted in La Jornada), author Luis Hernández Navarro writes, "Is there a humanitarian crisis in Venezuela as the opposition says? No, not even remotely. A humanitarian crisis is an emergency situation in which the life, health, safety, or well-being of a community or group of people in a country or region are threatened. And in Venezuela life goes on. There is nothing to justify what the adminsistration of Donald Trump and Juan Guiadó want to do, a humanitarian intervention of other nations."

 

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no capitalism is a fairer system spreads the wealth more! less people starve!

But if you were a Socialist you could be a billionaire too - instead of not having two pennies to rub off each other.
 

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He used to be a bus driver, now President Maduro is the Helmsman of the Venezuelan nation. He is in that position because the majority of Venezuelan voters voted for him in free and fair elections that were declared free and fair by international observers.

Little Gweedoo only came second in a local election in some rural part of Venezuela. He has never had a job in his life. If he would become a bus driver he would be of some use to Venezuela.

Colombia would be better to give that food to the Colombian mothers who are selling their little daughters' virginity to foreign sex tourists for 100 dollars.

As for the Venezuelan soldiers, they are motivated by honour - not petty bribes from Colombian drug dealers. Of course, honour is something that you will probably sneer at, but it is important to many people.

Btw. there are five million Colombian immigrants living and working in Venezuela. Why are they not returning home if Venezuela is so bad and Colombia so good?

5000000 Colombians in Venezuela?

That's utter Fake News.
Nonsense!
 

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But if you were a Socialist you could be a billionaire too - instead of not having two pennies to rub off each other.
bizarre: pulled in 30k last week. not everyone's a fool! you know it's standard procedure among some to attack the source off something you don't like then attack the person. why don't you just adopt some proper ideas. that would be a wiser idea!
 
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5000000 Colombians in Venezuela?

That's utter Fake News.
Nonsense!

Yes, it's true - half a million Colombians live in Venezuela. There are tens of thousands of Arabs, and tens of thousands of Asians. Tens of thousands of Brazilians. In fact, Venezuela is the Latin American country that is home to the most migrants.

Most of those leaving Venezuela today are either migrants returning home - or supporters of the terrorists. The vast majority of Venezuelans are staying in Venezuela - and defending their country against US backed terrorists.
 

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bizarre: pulled in 30k last week. not everyone's a fool! you know it's standard procedure among some to attack the source off something you don't like then attack the person. why don't you just adopt some proper ideas. that would be a wiser idea!

You make 30K last week? What currency was that? Bolivars? Maybe that's why you imagine Ms. Chavez is a millionaire too.
 

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You make 30K last week? What currency was that? Bolivars? Maybe that's why you imagine Ms. Chavez is a millionaire too.
you know it's not about me is it. it's about failed socialism! the attacks on the source and the person are just because you have been defeated in your world view!
 

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you know it's not about me is it. it's about failed socialism! the attacks on the source and the person are just because you have been defeated in your world view!

We were talking about the fact that you are poor and probably homeless in a Capitalist economy. I'm sure you have no wife or children. Very sad really. You'd do much better in a Socialist society.
 
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