Venezuela

#1
Juan Guaido and
Nicolas Maduro, among the two, who do you think is speaking the voice of Venezuelans? From some leading global media outlets, it's evident that venezuelans are undergoing serious political, social, economical, financial, health breakdown.
 
#3
I can relate with the 37 year old. You can imagine a 37 year old man in Uganda when he hears the tittle president being mentioned it has to be followed by museveni Sababu the guy sized power from Okello in 1986 when the 37 year old was 4.

In the next election he (the 37 year old man) might be in the same quee to vote
 
#5
Sure Maduro screwed badly his country and failed economically (and probably politically also). Sure, Venezuela’s predicament is intenable.
But… Who’s Guaido? By which vote was he ever elected president!!I recognize the one who was elected by the people, not the one who visited Washington for secret talks then suddenly popped up in Venezuela again declaring himself president.
 
#6
The country of Venezuela has problems but so do many other countries. If Venezuelans fleeing their country is the reason to invade it why hasn't US invaded West Africa countries whose citizens are crossing the Sahara desert and the Mediterranean Sea to sneak into Europe?
 
#7
when venezuela open their country for foreign intervention, the country will never be same again.
the current dictatoral regime is widely known for detaining and even jailing vocal opposition leaders as a way of silencing them. I think the US is acting in the essence that 'if anything happens to guaido then we shall be forced to explore other avenues'. Otherwise the quest for free democratic leadership lies with venezuelans.
 
#8
The country of Venezuela has problems but so do many other countries. If Venezuelans fleeing their country is the reason to invade it why hasn't US invaded West Africa countries whose citizens are crossing the Sahara desert and the Mediterranean Sea to sneak into Europe?
The misery and suffering in West Africa has never reached the levels seen in Venezuela.
 
#9
Sure Maduro screwed badly his country and failed economically (and probably politically also). Sure, Venezuela’s predicament is intenable.
But… Who’s Guaido? By which vote was he ever elected president!!I recognize the one who was elected by the people, not the one who visited Washington for secret talks then suddenly popped up in Venezuela again declaring himself president.
The current socioeconomic stability in Venezuela is a result of years of sanctions by the United States. Venezuela used to be very wealthy but being denied to trade with us federal reserve bank and acquiring dollars kills economies. Also happening in Iran. Has previously been used by US to do regime change in Argentina, Bolivia etc
 
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