SYRIA REDUX IN CARACAS WITH AMERICAN HYPOCRISY LIT UP ON THE BILLBOARDS

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Look familiar?  The only difference is that this terrorist is in Caracas, Venezuela, while the other rodents started out in Der’ah, Syria.  All provoked by the U.S. with the same motive.

Don’t you just love the platitudes as they cloyingly envelop your senses with syrupy refrains about “the people”, “democracy”, “liberation”, “fairness”, “transparency” and the rest of the gobbledegook spewing out of the maws of professional hypocrites and liars?  Gee, I thought the Americans would finally realize that their little frolic in Syria was a miserable failure.  Even Britain, the world’s most renowned politically scoundrel-laden nation, should have noted by now that its own policies in Syria came a cropper.  So, if the technique flopped in Syria, why would it succeed in Venezuela?

It won’t. Punkt.

And wasn’t American Vice President, Mike Pence, now enlivened by the election of fellow Evangelical, the Brazilian buffoon, Jaire Bolsonaro, just pitifully inarticulate as he drummed up what support he could for the “revolt” in Caracas?  As it turned out, he didn’t drum up very much of anything for his mini-coup in Venezuela.  The Mexican government stood on principle and refused to denounce President Maduro.  Even the EU did not take a clear position asking only for another election which would please Washington.  Russia and China, even Turkey, elected to support the only legitimate government of Venezuela which has an ambassador at the U.N.

I am going to give some advice to Mr. Maduro:  Arrest Juan Guaido for seditiion and treason.  He will be found guilty because his wrongdoing is filmed in the light of day.  He must then be executed, cremated and his ashes strewn on the surface of the Orinoco River.  These are the wages of treason and collaboration with a foreign government.  I do not recommend having him assassinated only because I think such things are wrong inherently and might create an aura of martyrdom/saintliness about the wretched backstabber.  No, let the legal institutions take care of Mr. Guaido.

The parallels between the effort to oust Dr. Assad in Syria and what is transpiring in Venezuela are stunning.  Once again we have the media in the West uniformly denouncing the “autocratic” president of the nation.  There are outright allegations of election fraud; Supreme Court corruption; dazzling analyses of economic ruin by know-nothings who never bothered to factor in American connivance in the destruction of the Venezuelan infrastructure.  Soon you’ll be reading and hearing words like “besieged”, “embattled”, “hated” with reference to Mr. Maduro; while you will get to hear buzzwords like “freedom fighters”, “rebels” and more folderol to cover up the fact that most of the opposition is just a gaggle of terrorists doing America’s bidding.

Maduro must speak to Dr. Assad who will enlighten him from his own experiences in Damascus.  Maduro must listen carefully to what advice Dr. Assad will give him.  In the meantime, he must strengthen his ties to Russia, Iran, Turkey and China.  Brazil is no longer a player with this “end-of-days” Zionist cuspidor ruling the country.  He must embolden his military commanders and maintain a strict order of ideological conformity to prevent any defections by traitors in critical security posts.  While Venezuela is not a “mosaic” nation like Syria, where you have multiplicities of religions and ethnic groups vying for survival or dominance, Venezuela is uniformly Catholic but riven by classical Marxian economic class rivalries which can substitute theoretically for the mess created in Syria by a large minority of anti-minoritarian bigots, i.e. Sunni refuseniks.

But, once again, the parallels are alarming.  Substitute Colombia, Peru and Brazil for Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the UAE.  The U.S. is still itself scampering alongside its favorite poodle, the U.K.  Even France has now thrown in its patented uselessness while Macron is bedeviled by his own opponents,  the “Yellow Vests”.  The Western World has been chastened by the experience of Syria.  I can’t believe they are up to it again.

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Nicolas Maduro, in full presidential regalia, flashing a Nixon to us.  He has not been the greatest leader of Venezuela.  That honor goes to his predecessor, Hugo Chavez.  But, he needs to do something radical to change the course of his country’s descent into anarchy.

 

The army has today declared its loyalty to the government and constitution.  But, be careful here.  That’s the army that’s known.  There may be elements which have been compromised by the CIA, a la Saddam Hussein.  Or maybe, we can think of Syria which was at first haunted by the short-lived defections of officers like Hussayn Harmoush and ‘Abdul-Jabbaar Al-‘Ukaydi.  The U.S. would have waited until it had its ducks all in a row before inciting this violence.  It failed in Syria, to be sure, but, the neo-cons may be trying to redeem themselves in this hemisphere.

Folks, I am very familiar with Venezuela.  My uncle from Palestine married a Venezolana about 50 years ago when he and she were students at Florida State University.  My uncle, a red-haired Arab with a million freckiles, known as Fred or El-Tigre, (he was a champion tennis player in Caracas at the Altamira Tennis Club) married Aunt Yolanda who got a Ph.D. in Sociology and worked for the government in Caracas at Silencio.  I visited them over 5 times and got a good idea about how the country was heading.

As many of you know, Caracas is a typical South American capital. It is separated from the ocean by a wall of mountains which host its major airport at Macatia on the Caribbean side.  It is surrounded by mountains, the highest being Avila to which you can travel by the fabulous Teleferico.  But as you ascend to the summit of the mountain, you notice that the gap between rich and poor is wide and stark.  The rancheros live on the sides of the mountains in abject poverty while the wealthy are packed inside the city or the plush, guarded foothills of the mountains.  This disparity is what brought Hugo Chavez to power.  It’s a classic study in class warfare befitting a nation now led by Marxists.

If Maduro wants to protect his country and stay in power, he must do this:

  1.  Expel all foreign Western journalists or propagandists.  All freelance reporters must be assumed spies or terrorism enablers;
  2. He must give China favored nation status and conduct trade with that country in order to bolster the one currency of Venezuela, the Bolivar.  A refinery on the Pacific coast would be very attractive to the Chinese;
  3. He must try to bring Russia into a mutual defense pact which the Russians might tweak nervously in order to avoid confrontation with the U.S.;
  4. He must deny the opposition access to the domestic media;
  5. He must coordinate his own security with Russia;
  6. He must study the Syrian model.
  7. He must replace those individuals he appointed to run the petroleum sector.  They have been miserable failures.  He may want to bring some to trial on charges of corruption or negligence;
  8. He must change his attitude toward the wealthy.  While they have been indifferent to the poor since independence, they have moved their money to Florida, but, want to come back and live the lives of utter luxury which they enjoyed before the Bolivarian Revolution.

 

 

 

 

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Ziad Fadel “ In the meantime, he must strengthen his ties to Russia, Iran, Turkey and China. Brazil is no longer a player with this “end-of-days” Zionist cuspidor ruling the country. It’s interesting to take note that Venezuela and Turkey have long had very good ties. And warm relations. Maduro stood side by side with Turkey during and after the Usrael backed coup. Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro: Turkish people showed strong resistance in defense of democracy on July 15 And the latest reports have Turkey offering up lots of support to the Maduro government. Private Jet heading to Venezuela- via… Read more »

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thank you Ziad for this clean summary.

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For me the two crucial problems for the anglozionist regime change plans in Venezuela are … 1. The Venezuelan military have rejected the self-proclaimed opposition leader’s presidential status and insisted they will protect Venezuela’s sovereignty. 2. Both Russia and China have firmly denounced US acting contrary to international law by interfering in Venezuela’s internal affairs and attempting regime change there. It is difficult to see how the US will gain support for their latest regime-change target given that the broader world has already seen the total failures of their most recent targets, and especially with regard to Syria. I believe… Read more »

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Ziad, it is a shame the Brazilian Gov is supporting this coup in Venezuela, the fact that only 4-5 countries in all Americas voiced up support to Maduro is extremely bad. Venezuela will need help from abroad since its industries are not enough to produce the basic needs of the population, from food to high value items, most are imported, so if countries in Americas do sanction Venezuela, the people there will suffer like the Syrians are suffering for 8 years. The fact that the Venezuelan military backed Maduro is a very good sign of order and that things can… Read more »

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Muraselon published a new article with the deployment of Russian and SAA on the northern border of Manbij all the way to the Euphrates river. He also indicates that there may be some coordination with the US forces that, according to Yusha Yuseef, editor in chief.

https://en.muraselon.com/2019/01/russian-syrian-forces-deploy-north-manbij/

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The problem is that even after 20 years of Chavista rule Venezuela is still essentially a Capitalist economy that is strongly linked to western interests, about 70% of the economy is still in private hands including the most influential sectors like the medias and financial institutions. The people of Venezuela are organized and ready for a socialist revolution but no one is there to lead them, Maduro like Chavez before him is too scared about loosing control of the situation and so instead prefers to work with the bourgeois state and the private sector to find a grand compromise that… Read more »

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Thank you Ziad. I feel so angry and frustrated with the evil outlaw empire. I pray for Venezuela. I pray for the collapse of the US dollar which will finally end this madness.

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Reposting from last thread because it is relevant to this threads topic: Confirmation from telesur that the Venezuelan military is standing with the legitimate government of Venezuela agaibst the US backed coup plotters: Defense Minister Padrino, Military’s Top Brass Affirms Loyalty to President Maduro General Vladimir Padrino in a statement from the ministry and in the company of the military leadership said that the United States and other governments are executing a war against Venezuela. “I warn the people that there is a coup underway against our democracy and our president Nicolas Maduro,” Padrino said during the press conference. “As… Read more »

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This is the best article on Venezuela I have read yet, and I have been at it all day.
Thank you Ziad.
Strange that I should have to come to Syrian Perspective to get some proper information about Venezuela.

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The new Brazillian leader is nothing more than a new U.S puppet, as I’ve said to Canthama, this I saw straight away with his comments, he told the people what they wanted to hear to get the leaders job, problem is that this clown has a different agenda, I’ve spoken to an airheaded Brazilian young lad who thinks this new leader will be a good thing, little does he know what’s coming to his family in Brazil, Maduro as you said Ziad needs to look at the Syrian model if I might say, he needs to convince the army that… Read more »

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Thank you, Ziad. I hope you and yours are well.

“U.S. does not consider former president Maduro to have the legal authority to break diplomatic relations ” – VP Pence

Betting on losers will get you nowhere. This rot runs deep and has been present for decades. Whatever makes it to the surface [individuals pretending to work for the people, aka us] stand on the broad shoulders of corruption [on all levels] and blinding greed. Nothing benefits us, the people. Stop voting.

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Thank you Ziad, timely piece.

This is outright treason………..

https://twitter.com/marcorubio/status/1088510950905384963

Looks like Guaido is headed to the can……….

https://twitter.com/intellipus/status/1088552068363759617

This was one of the very large demonstrations in favor of Pres. Marduro on the 23rd…….

https://twitter.com/SahnehIran/status/1088223985907781632

Some more from Sputnik……….

https://sputniknews.com/news/201901251071799259-US-Withdrawing-Diplomats-Venezuela-Embassy/

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Mean while, stirring up the hornet’s nest in the ME……….

https://twitter.com/MEMRIReports/status/1088568880421777409

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Thank Ziad, your statement about Venezuela is whole truth.

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South Front – Syrian War Report – Jan. 24, 2019: Syrian Protesters Clash With SDF Slaves Of Israel in Raqqa Province

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Ron Paul Liberty Report – Neocon )3@ocon Cabal Chameleons Return As Progressives

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DAusPORzZTk

The decline and closure of the neocon )3@ocon cabal flagship journal, The Weekly Standard, did not slow the neocons )3@ocons cabal at all.

They are back with a new publication funded by a left-wing billionaire, but preaching from the same neocon ))3@ocon cabal playbook.

Why do neocons )3@ocons cabal continue to change their stripes, from Trotskyites in the 1930’s, to Reagan conservatives, to Hillary-ite liberals?

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A new front is opening the US military empire. There are a lot of information about how they work to fuck a country as they did with Libya, Syria, etc and Venezuela is ready to confront this kind of jeopardy. Hopefully they will survive strongest than before. Two things: Venezuela doesn’t have coast in the Pacific ocean, just in the Atlantic ocean or Caribbean sea and the airport is Maiquetia.
It seems that the pact about defense of the country is running with Russia and the government did a good choice creating the “milicias” with the people, the poor people.

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Moon of Alabama also has an article about Venezuela up. https://www.moonofalabama.org/
Great minds and all that.

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Ron Paul Liberty Report – “Maduro Must Go!!” – Trump Administration Backs Venezuela Regime Change

President Trump yesterday recognized Venezuelan opposition legislator as the legitimate president of the country and warned that “ALL OPTIONS ARE ON THE TABLE” if Venezuela’s elected president moves against protestors or expelled US embassy staff who refuse to leave Caracas.

US neocons )3@ocon cabal applaud Trump’s move.

Does the US president finally have his very own “SYRIA” on his hands?

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Venezuela’s Minister Of Defense Response To US threats Of A “Military Option”

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the beast, drenched and drunk in and with the blood of million all over the planet, once more sizes up it’s new prey. morally degenerate, socially dysfunctional and financially bankrupt, the inhuman beast stalks and waits. it’s prey overflowing with oil reserves and other juices knows the nature of the beast that stalks it. the prey witnessing the rivers of blood shed by the beast over decades, prepares to give a good fight. out matched by the beasts strength, the prey will nevertheless fight for it’s life and fight for it’s young no matter what the outcome is. that ravenous… Read more »

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The people of Venezuela can look to Syria for inspiration. The beast can be fought and defeated.
NO PASARAN!

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Israel provokes Syria and Lebanon – former Pentagon official

Former Pentagon official Michael Maloof says Israel’s attacks on Syrian civilian areas are heightening tensions with Syria and Lebanon.

This issue likely will be taken up with the United Nations. Maloof also discusses Israel’s strategy on Syrian Golan Heights.

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Let’s call him cupcake, the handle stealing you tube spamming mossad tool, is back, busy trying to paint this place with that stormfront stench. The “)3@” baiting troll. Notice how this operative is trying to colorize the French popular uprising with thinly disguised jew-baiting overtones. This particular zio-troll uses this “cute” little fig leaf, dog whistle in a lot of his “titles”. Be aware that this zio-tool is always spamming this list with streams of posts defecated on this list that, if you look at the titles etc. that the troll tacks on to whatever he is re-posting, you can… Read more »

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Sunni refuseniks !
Welcome back Monsieur Fadel. You have been missed.

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Victorious President Vladimir Putin Warns US: “HANDS OFF VENEZUELA”

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I just read this comment on Fort Russ, seemed pertinent:

PJ London • 14 hours ago

Russian bombers visit Venezuela, did you really think that the US would not overthrow the government?

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@Ziad from a blogger in Off-G:

“John A Jan, 25, 2019: Venezuela is not on the Pacific coast”

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Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro: “I love the United States”

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Far is the time US could put their “son of a bitch ” everywhere they liked .

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– Iran Slams Russia for Deactivating S-300 during Israeli Airstrikes on Syria –

https://ifpnews.com/news/politics/foreign-policies/iran-slams-russia-for-deactivating-s-300-during-israeli-airstrikes-on-syria/

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Maduro hails support of Turkey, Russia, China Venezuela’s president expressed his gratitude to Turkey, Russia and China on Thursday for their support after opposition leader Juan Guaido declared himself “interim president”. “I thank Russia, China, Turkey and other governments and people of the world for their strong support of the legitimately established government of Venezuela,” Nicolas Maduro said in a Twitter post. “Venezuela is not alone!” he added. Pro- Israel Defence for Democracies and Thylacine share the attitudes regarding the nations supporting Maduro as leader of Venezuela. Isreal first DfD ““The Turkish president’s demonstration of solidarity with Maduro should not… Read more »

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Victor Mikhin – US Inarticulate Policy Towards Syria

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President Bashar al-Assad has reminded the public about the illegitimacy of US occupation military actions on Syrian Land.

It is impossible not to agree with a view of Russia’s President Vladimir Putin casting doubt that the plan to withdraw American occupation military from Syria would be actually implemented.

We haven’t seen any signs yet that the US is planning to remove its occupation military.

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Daniel Lazare – The June 4, 2012 Memo That Helped Kill Half Million People in Syria

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The 1,200-word memo written by James P. Rubin, ex-senior diplomat in Bill Clinton’s State Department.

The memo argues that the U.S. should topple the Assad government so as to weaken Iran and allay the fears of Israel.

This document, making the case to arm “Syrian rebels”, may have been largely overlooked because of confusion about its dates, which appear to be inaccurate.

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How the Trump administration’s move on Venezuela came together

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/how-trump-administration-s-move-venezuela-came-together-n962576?cid=sm_npd_nn_tw_ma

Interesting read with a hint to how these criminals planed their coup attempt.
A seemingly never ending story of raping poor countries for the sake of democracy.

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Erdogan Faces Syria Choice as Putin Revives 21-Year-Old Treaty

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The Russian leader’s proposal offers an alternative to Turkish control of Syrian soil.

Putin is pushing Erdogan to restore ties with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, according to Turkish analyst Nihat Ali Ozcan.

Russia wants the government in Damascus to assert control over the Kurdish-held territory once U.S. forces withdraw, and “the accord stipulates that Syria has the obligation to protect Turkey’s security.

The Syrian and Turkish foreign ministers signed an updated the treaty in 2010.

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Breaking: Arab tribes reject Turkey’s safe zone and military incursion in northern Syria:
https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/breaking-arab-tribes-reject-turkeys-safe-zone-and-military-incursion-in-northern-syria/

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Erdoğan highlights treaty with Syria on fighting terror http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/erdogan-highlights-deal-with-syria-on-terror-fight-140752 “The [Adana] treaty is a treaty that will make Turkey’s presence felt in the region. We need to bring the treaty to the table again,” Erdoğan told journalists aboard his flight from Moscow to Ankara on Jan. 24, referring to a treaty signed in 1998 by Turkey’s then President Süleyman Demirel and Syria’s then President Hafez al-Assad. The Adana treaty is important and Turkey should work on it, Putin told Erdoğan, according to the president. Erdoğan stressed the treaty was still in effect. The Syrian and Turkish foreign ministers signed and… Read more »

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Interesting article about the start of the Military corporate empires… The amerikans wanted tit but the Russians again beat them to the fruit punch..

the Russian parliament passed a law allowing energy giants Gazprom and Transneft to create their own militaries with weapons and technology provided by the Kremlin.

https://russia-insider.com/en/gasoline-privateers-militarized-russian-oil-companies-operate-syria/ri26030

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The new presidents clothes 🙂

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US led propaganda narrative attempts to personalize the discussion of policy in Venezuela and reduce it to the Ministry of Truth approved sound bite “Maduro bad”. What is left unmentioned by the imperialist media engine and its corrupt sold out talking heads… and stenographers who masquerade as journalists is this: The political reality in Venezuela exists because it is the expression of a mass peoples movement of the poor and the marginalized masses of common people who never had a voice before under the rule of the fifty families. This mass popular movement is in power and it is highly… Read more »

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Interesting that the Adana Agreement is all over the news today. Understandable since Putin said it was still valid and Erdogan thought it important as well. Interesting quote from Bashar Assad: Syrian President Bashar Assad said during an interview that “the deportation of Ocalan was not out of fear but because we preferred you. We could either be friends with the Turkish people or prefer the Kurds and lose you. Because our preference was with you, we sent Ocalan out.” The renewed focus on the Adana agreement brings to mind some critical points. Firstly, it means that Syria should be… Read more »

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This is interesting, brouth to you by AMN:

“Russian military contractors allegedly arrive in Venezuela”

https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/breaking-russian-military-contractors-allegedly-arrive-in-venezuela/

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“Brazil is no longer a player with this “end-of-days” Zionist cuspidor ruling the country.”
Ziad, that made my day and it’s true.
The US is certainly running its usual chaos playbook in Venezuela and I hope Maduro follows your advice.

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well maybe this explains why the same speech is used against Venezuela as it was used against Syria