Coup in Venezuela

Re: Coup in Venezuela

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Re: Coup in Venezuela

Postby LordRaven » Tue Mar 05, 2019 11:45 pm

LordRaven wrote:
Fletch wrote:
Rolluplostinspace wrote:Grayzone — The Grayzone toured open air markets in Caracas full of food and supplies subsidized by the Venezuelan government, which debunk the “humanitarian crisis” lie spread by corporate media.
https://www.mintpressnews.com/venezuela ... ts/255484/

I wonder what the people of Venezuela think of British food banks.


Inside Venezuela’s state-subsidized communal markets

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The Grayzone's Max Blumenthal toured open air markets in Caracas full of food and supplies subsidized by the Venezuelan government, which debunk the "humanitarian crisis" lie spread by corporate media.

Posted February 16, 2019

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/51170.htm



Visitors to North Korea are shown similar Government orchestrated stuff for propaganda purposes you dumbass :pmsl:

No response from Felch, an expert on propaganda given he is a conduit for so much bullshit :smilin:
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Re: Coup in Venezuela

Postby Rolluplostinspace » Sat Mar 09, 2019 8:14 pm

Corporate Media “Presstitutes” Turn Blind Eye to UN Report on Venezuela
Washington and the Convict Appointed to Overthrow Venezuela Continue the Lies

Don’t you think something is fishy when the presstitutes orchestrate a fake news “humanitarian crisis” in Venezuela, but totally ignore the real humanitarian crises in Yemen and Gaza?

Don’t you think something is really very rotten when the expert, Alfred Maurice de Zayas, sent by the UN to Venezuela to evaluate the situation finds no interest by any Western media or any Western government in his report?

Don’t you think it is a bit much for Washington to steal $21 billion of Venezuela’s money, impose sanctions in an effort to destabilize the country and to drive the Venezuelan government to its knees, blame Venezuelan socialism (essentially nationalization of the oil company) for bringing “starvation to the people,” and offer a measly $21 million in “humanitarian aid.”

As the United States is completely devoid of any print or TV media, it falls upon internet media such as this website to perform the missing function of honest journalism.

As for the alleged starvation and humanitarian crisis in Venezuela, Zayas has this to say:

The December 2017 and March 2018 reports of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN (FAO) list food crises in 37 countries. “The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela is not among them.”

“In 2017, the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela requested medical aid from the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, the plea was rejected, because Venezuela ‘is still a high-income country … and as such is not eligible’.”

The “crisis” in Venezuela “cannot be compared with the humanitarian crises in Gaza, Yemen, Libya, the Syrian Arab Republic, Iraq, Haiti, Mali, the Central African Republic, South Sudan, Somalia, or Myanmar, among others.”

In order to discredit selected governments, failures in the field of human rights are maximized so as to make violent overthrow more palatable. Human rights are being “weaponized” against rivals.

In paragraph 37 of his report, de Zayas says >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> https://www.globalresearch.ca/corporate ... la/5670856
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Re: Coup in Venezuela

Postby Fletch » Sun Mar 10, 2019 10:43 pm

International Observers to Venezuela’s Election Pen Letter to the EU

You can read a short extract of the EU declaration statement and the letter in response below. You can read the full EU declaration here.

“Major obstacles to the participation of opposition political parties and their leaders, an unbalanced composition of the National Electoral Council, biased electoral conditions, numerous reported irregularities during the Election Day, including vote buying, stood in the way of fair and equitable elections.”

Dear Ms Mogherini,

I was a member of a roughly hundred-strong core of observers of the May 20 Venezuelan election. We met senior representatives of all the candidates, and questioned them closely. We met with the president and two vice-presidents of the Supreme Judicial Tribunal. We examined the electoral system in detail and, on election day, observed voting procedures across the country.

We noted, in particular, not only the sophistication of the voting system which, in our collective view, is fraud-proof, but also that every stage, from the vote itself to the collation of returns, their verification and electronic submission, was conducted in the presence of representatives of the contending parties. As for “reporting irregularities”, we would be interested to hear of examples, since the reporting system is exceptionally rigorous and tamper-free. We doubt you have any evidence to back up the EU’s claim of “numerous reporting irregularities”.

We were unanimous in concluding that the elections were conducted fairly, that the election conditions were not biased, that genuine irregularities were exceptionally few and of a very minor nature. There was no vote buying because there is no way that a vote CAN be bought. The procedure itself precludes any possibility of anyone knowing how a voter cast her or his vote; and it is impossible – as we verified – for an individual to vote more than once or for anyone to vote on behalf of someone else.

Full letter https://www.globalresearch.ca/internati ... eu/5670916

Oh dear, another lie by the west exposed.

Look out for it in the msm...
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Re: Coup in Venezuela

Postby LordRaven » Mon Mar 11, 2019 4:43 pm

Fletch wrote:International Observers to Venezuela’s Election Pen Letter to the EU

You can read a short extract of the EU declaration statement and the letter in response below. You can read the full EU declaration here.

“Major obstacles to the participation of opposition political parties and their leaders, an unbalanced composition of the National Electoral Council, biased electoral conditions, numerous reported irregularities during the Election Day, including vote buying, stood in the way of fair and equitable elections.”

Dear Ms Mogherini,

I was a member of a roughly hundred-strong core of observers of the May 20 Venezuelan election. We met senior representatives of all the candidates, and questioned them closely. We met with the president and two vice-presidents of the Supreme Judicial Tribunal. We examined the electoral system in detail and, on election day, observed voting procedures across the country.

We noted, in particular, not only the sophistication of the voting system which, in our collective view, is fraud-proof, but also that every stage, from the vote itself to the collation of returns, their verification and electronic submission, was conducted in the presence of representatives of the contending parties. As for “reporting irregularities”, we would be interested to hear of examples, since the reporting system is exceptionally rigorous and tamper-free. We doubt you have any evidence to back up the EU’s claim of “numerous reporting irregularities”.

We were unanimous in concluding that the elections were conducted fairly, that the election conditions were not biased, that genuine irregularities were exceptionally few and of a very minor nature. There was no vote buying because there is no way that a vote CAN be bought. The procedure itself precludes any possibility of anyone knowing how a voter cast her or his vote; and it is impossible – as we verified – for an individual to vote more than once or for anyone to vote on behalf of someone else.

Full letter https://www.globalresearch.ca/internati ... eu/5670916

Oh dear, another lie by the west exposed.

Look out for it in the msm...

Oh Dear, yet another biased piece of garbage posted by the forum moron
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Re: Coup in Venezuela

Postby Rolluplostinspace » Mon Mar 11, 2019 8:17 pm

Rolluplostinspace wrote:Corporate Media “Presstitutes” Turn Blind Eye to UN Report on Venezuela
Washington and the Convict Appointed to Overthrow Venezuela Continue the Lies

Don’t you think something is fishy when the presstitutes orchestrate a fake news “humanitarian crisis” in Venezuela, but totally ignore the real humanitarian crises in Yemen and Gaza?

Don’t you think something is really very rotten when the expert, Alfred Maurice de Zayas, sent by the UN to Venezuela to evaluate the situation finds no interest by any Western media or any Western government in his report?

Don’t you think it is a bit much for Washington to steal $21 billion of Venezuela’s money, impose sanctions in an effort to destabilize the country and to drive the Venezuelan government to its knees, blame Venezuelan socialism (essentially nationalization of the oil company) for bringing “starvation to the people,” and offer a measly $21 million in “humanitarian aid.”

As the United States is completely devoid of any print or TV media, it falls upon internet media such as this website to perform the missing function of honest journalism.

As for the alleged starvation and humanitarian crisis in Venezuela, Zayas has this to say:

The December 2017 and March 2018 reports of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN (FAO) list food crises in 37 countries. “The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela is not among them.”

“In 2017, the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela requested medical aid from the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, the plea was rejected, because Venezuela ‘is still a high-income country … and as such is not eligible’.”

The “crisis” in Venezuela “cannot be compared with the humanitarian crises in Gaza, Yemen, Libya, the Syrian Arab Republic, Iraq, Haiti, Mali, the Central African Republic, South Sudan, Somalia, or Myanmar, among others.”

In order to discredit selected governments, failures in the field of human rights are maximized so as to make violent overthrow more palatable. Human rights are being “weaponized” against rivals.

In paragraph 37 of his report, de Zayas says >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> https://www.globalresearch.ca/corporate ... la/5670856

What do you think of this UN report Raven?
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Re: Coup in Venezuela

Postby Guest » Mon Mar 11, 2019 8:39 pm

Anyone remember the Human caravan of several thousand south Americans marching towards The American border a few weeks ago?
The caravan started from .......you guessed it. Venezuela, Why DO YOU THINK THAT IS THEN? Were they fleeing overstocked supermarkets :pmsl:
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Re: Coup in Venezuela

Postby Rolluplostinspace » Mon Mar 11, 2019 8:45 pm

Guest wrote:The caravan started from .......you guessed it. Venezuela,

No they didn't.
They started from Honduras.
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Re: Coup in Venezuela

Postby LordRaven » Mon Mar 11, 2019 9:40 pm

Guest wrote:Anyone remember the Human caravan of several thousand south Americans marching towards The American border a few weeks ago?
The caravan started from .......you guessed it. Venezuela, Why DO YOU THINK THAT IS THEN? Were they fleeing overstocked supermarkets :pmsl:


Shopping at well-stocked Venezuelan stores? Better take dollars


CARACAS (Reuters) - At a luxury hotel in Venezuela’s capital, a small store with amply-stocked shelves offers an array of goods ranging from fine wines to imported baby formula, in stark contrast to the crisis-stricken nation’s barren supermarkets

Another store, on the other side of the country in the sweltering western city of Maracaibo, sells American-branded breakfast cereals, soap and truffle salt.

In a country with annual inflation topping 400,000 percent, the stores’ prices are the only ones that will remain steady.

“Here we sell in dollars,” said Lourdes Torres, manager of the Maracaibo store, as she attended customers waiting to pay with U.S. legal tender.

“We accept cash as well as transfers from American banks,” she said, adding that she also accepts payment in local bolivar currency with prices converted at the black market exchange rate that is nearly four times the official rate.

The privately run “bodegones,” reminiscent of the “dollar stores” Cuba’s government ran in the 1990s, have steadily expanded in recent months as conducting business in the beleaguered bolivar currency becomes increasingly difficult.

Their rise follows a decision by the government of President Nicolas Maduro to loosen a 15-year-old currency control system that made dollar-based commerce explicitly illegal.

It also coincides with the growing dollarization of a collapsing economy in which many professionals - from doctors and dentists to personal trainers - are now charging in hard currency to avoid having their earnings swallowed by hyperinflation

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-vene ... SKCN1N51PN
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Re: Coup in Venezuela

Postby Rolluplostinspace » Mon Mar 11, 2019 9:46 pm

Obama flooded the place with dollars to weaken the is it Bolivar?
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Re: Coup in Venezuela

Postby LordRaven » Mon Mar 11, 2019 9:54 pm

Rolluplostinspace wrote:Obama flooded the place with dollars to weaken the is it Bolivar?


Yes Bolivar, and it's worth less than the paper it is printed on.
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Re: Coup in Venezuela

Postby art0hur0moh » Sun Mar 17, 2019 4:18 pm



How can it be aid when it is the Peoples money held in foreign banks with sanctions obstructing them from getting what belongs to them? oh, give this coup dictatorship the money and put the country further in debt. got it!
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Re: Coup in Venezuela

Postby Fletch » Sun Mar 17, 2019 11:15 pm

Rubio’s Gloating Betrays US Sabotage in Venezuela Power Blitz

American gangsterism towards Venezuela is being exposed for the naked aggression that it is.

US imperialists are so desperate in their regime-change predations over Venezuela, they seem to have a problem controlling their drooling mouths.

The latest orgy of American gloating was triggered by the massive power outages to have hit Venezuela. No sooner had the South American country been blacked out from its power grid collapsing, senior US officials were crowing with perverse relish.

Republican Senator Marco Rubio – who has become a point man for the Trump administration in its regime-change campaign in Venezuela – was a little too celebratory. Within minutes of the nationwide power outage last Thursday, Rubio was having verbal orgasms about the “long-term economic damage”… “in the blink of an eye”. But it was his disclosure concerning the precise damage in the power grid that has led the Venezuelan government to accuse the US of carrying out sabotage.

Information Minister Jorge Rodriguez noted how Rubio, in his tweeted comments “three minutes” after the power outage, mentioned the failure of “back-up generators” in Venezuela’s main hydroelectric plant, known as the Guri Dam, located in Bolivar State. The dam supplies some 80 percent of the Venezuelan population of 31 million with its electricity consumption.

Rodriguez mockingly ascribed “mystic skills” to Rubio because the Florida Republican senator appeared to know the precise nature of the power failure even before the Venezuelan authorities had determined it.

https://www.mintpressnews.com/rubios-gl ... tz/256278/

Must just be 'protecting the free world' again...
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Re: Coup in Venezuela

Postby Fletch » Sun Mar 17, 2019 11:19 pm

LordRaven wrote:
Fletch wrote:International Observers to Venezuela’s Election Pen Letter to the EU

You can read a short extract of the EU declaration statement and the letter in response below. You can read the full EU declaration here.

“Major obstacles to the participation of opposition political parties and their leaders, an unbalanced composition of the National Electoral Council, biased electoral conditions, numerous reported irregularities during the Election Day, including vote buying, stood in the way of fair and equitable elections.”

Dear Ms Mogherini,

I was a member of a roughly hundred-strong core of observers of the May 20 Venezuelan election. We met senior representatives of all the candidates, and questioned them closely. We met with the president and two vice-presidents of the Supreme Judicial Tribunal. We examined the electoral system in detail and, on election day, observed voting procedures across the country.

We noted, in particular, not only the sophistication of the voting system which, in our collective view, is fraud-proof, but also that every stage, from the vote itself to the collation of returns, their verification and electronic submission, was conducted in the presence of representatives of the contending parties. As for “reporting irregularities”, we would be interested to hear of examples, since the reporting system is exceptionally rigorous and tamper-free. We doubt you have any evidence to back up the EU’s claim of “numerous reporting irregularities”.

We were unanimous in concluding that the elections were conducted fairly, that the election conditions were not biased, that genuine irregularities were exceptionally few and of a very minor nature. There was no vote buying because there is no way that a vote CAN be bought. The procedure itself precludes any possibility of anyone knowing how a voter cast her or his vote; and it is impossible – as we verified – for an individual to vote more than once or for anyone to vote on behalf of someone else.

Full letter https://www.globalresearch.ca/internati ... eu/5670916

Oh dear, another lie by the west exposed.

Look out for it in the msm...

Oh Dear, yet another biased piece of garbage posted by the forum moron


You mentioned moron raven... :pointlaugh:
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Re: Coup in Venezuela

Postby Fletch » Sun Mar 17, 2019 11:21 pm

LordRaven wrote:
Rolluplostinspace wrote:Obama flooded the place with dollars to weaken the is it Bolivar?


Yes Bolivar, and it's worth less than the paper it is printed on.


That's US/Western financial terrorism for you.

All to do with banking and creating money out of thin air at zero cost.
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