Saving Venezuela’s Social Democracy

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Feature Article by Stephen Lendman
Saving Venezuela's Social Democracy

by Stephen Lendman ( – Home – Stephen Lendman)

Trump regime hardliners are hellbent on eliminating it, wanting control over Venezuela's oil, gas, gold, and other valued resources, along with gaining another imperial trophy.

Since established under Hugo Chavez in February 1999, Venezuelan social democracy has been a thorn in the side of four US regimes, seeking dominance over all other nations – by brute force if other tactics fail.

Trump regime efforts to topple Maduro haven't gone as planned, escalating things likely coming, the struggle to save Venezuelan sovereignty continuing.

On Thursday, the State Department warned of an "immediate reaction" from the international community if anything happens to usurper in waiting Guaido, deputy spokesman Robert Palladino saying:

"We hold former President Maduro (sic) and those surrounding him fully responsible for the safet
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