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2/6/2019 6:14:17 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
Venezuela is in disorders. The capital of Venezuela now reminds a battle-field. There are armored vehicles, Noise grenades' explosions and smoke ball. In Caracas now real street fighting: there are smoke, Fire, Rubbish masses in the streets, The reports of dead people and chaos everywhere. Protesters throws in policemen with Molotov cocktails and stones. Military men respond harshly. Everybody understands that it is not just regular disorders but a state revolution. Opposition leader and self-proclaimed President Juan Guaydo brought his supporters to the streets, Who are demanding the resignation of the current head of state, Nicolas Maduro.
On Wednesday, January 23, 2019, Mass protests against the current president of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro began in Caracas. The speaker of the country's parliament, Juan Guaido, Declared himself the head of state on the same day. The United States and a number of other countries declared recognition of Guaido and demanded that Venezuelan President Maduro, Whose election they did not consider lawful, Not to allow violent actions against the opposition. Maduro called himself a constitutional president, And the head of the opposition parliament " "puppet USA. "
Shortly after the start of the riots in Caracas, US President Donald Trump officially announced that he supported Guaido and considered him the new head of state. There are all signs of a color revolution. USA got rid of unwanted rulers in
Libya, Georgia, Ukraine in the same scenario. And now is Venezuela`s turn.
Washington's position: to destroy the Maduro regime, To bring to power a pro-American leader who will follow the instructions of Washington and who will completely turn the country into a satellite of the United States.
By recognizing Guyado as the president of Venezuela and calling on Maduro to give power, The United States thereby tried to organize a coup in the country. Following the States, Guaido was instantly recognized by the organization of American states, Canada, Brazil, Peru, Paraguay and Argentina as the legitimate interim president.
Acting president Maduro was publicly supported by impoverished Bolivia where the same radical socialist Evo Morales rules, Mexico (from which Trump now and then threatens to wall off) and Turkey (President Recep Tayyip Erdogan himself not so long ago was faced with an attempt at a military coup, Which he quickly suppressed). But the most important thing in this situation is the position of China, One of the main donors to the Venezuelan economy. The official Beijing expressed support for Maduro government, Noting that "China" supports the Venezuelan government in its to maintain stability, Preserve sovereignty and independence, We always adhere to the principle of non-interference in the internal affairs of other countries, Oppose any interference in the internal affairs of Venezuela".
The model of Venezuelan protests copies the methods of "Arabian spring": excitement of civil society - "democratic anathema" of the current governance " bringing the citizens in the streets - rebellion - overthrow of power (or Civil war). But Americans made a "world view mistake" in Venezuela. The meaning of army always was an archetype of politic transformations in Latin America. And Americans could not "make arrangement" with Venezuelan military men. The army supports the legitimate country president.
However, Even if Maduro with the support of army will retain his post now, The United States will most likely not abandon attempts in one or another way to overthrow the losing legitimacy president.
Thus, Using the events in Venezuela it is clearly seen how the progressive western community in reality relates to international law, Sovereignty and non-interference in the internal affairs of states, Manually changing the power there. US and its allies see nothing bad with overt support for a state revolution.

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