Regime change in Venezuela

Regime change in Caracas would be the prerequisite to dismantling the Bolivarian Bloc consisting of Venezuela, Nicaragua, Cuba, Bolivia, Ecuador, the Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front (FMLN) in El Salvador, and several other actors in Latin America.” – Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya in “Rise of the Anti-Government Flash Mobs: First Ukraine, Now Venezuela” 20 February 2014[Source]

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  1. Samuel Moncada says:
    'Cometh the hour, cometh the man' 
     'But the hour cometh, and now is'

    The Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs of #Venezuela and Venezuelan Ambassador to the Organization of American States (OAS), Samuel Moncada, addresses a meeting of the OAS Permanent Council analyzing the situation in Venezuela.

    Moncada defends his country and demands the end of the blockade and the sanctions promoted by the United States and the so-called Lima Group.

    https://youtu.be/9iTv-gL97F4

    Theft of Venezuelan resources
    Moncada also denounced that the Government of the United States (USA) robbed the people of Venezuela more than 30,000 million dollars a week ago.

    “Mr. Trump proclaimed himself the owner and lord of the natural resources, territories and inhabitants of that colony that he now calls Venezuela, and we have a real epidemic of autoprocalmations,” he said.

    Failure of the coup d’état
    Moncada ratified that the coup d’état promoted by the United States he is only victorious in Washington, “where everyone celebrates the sacking of our nation, but it is a failure in Venezuela.”

    About the self-proclaimed opposition deputy Juan Guaidó, the Venezuelan ambassador stressed that he defends “the measures of economic suffocation against our people because they produce the necessary suffering so that the necessary military decide to support him.”

    Venezuelan Ambassador to the OAS, Samuel Moncada: The failure of the coup is so clear that they have already abandoned the Constitution to keep their actions from being “in power” in an illegitimate way https://t.co/tqMKHfl0b4 pic.twitter.com / jnPmZM2jVL
    – teleSUR TV (@teleSURtv) February 15, 2019

    “In our country, the puppet of Washington one day threatens the Bolivarian Armed Forces to obey him and the next day accuses her of being corrupt and murderous (…) And when everything fails, he ends up threatening to kill her with the Armed Forces of USA.”.

    “If they want to help Venezuela, do not threaten war and return what they have stolen,” the diplomat said in reference to the resources blocked by the US government. as part of the unilateral and illegal sanctions imposed against the country. – Samuel Moncada

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