This Thursday López was invited by President Iván Duque to the presentation of the new “National Plan of Action on Business and Human Rights, within the framework of International Human Rights Day”, and there the head of state revealed that Colombia protected Leopoldo López of the persecutions of Nicolás Maduro, who tries to “silence his soul, spirit and voice” (hahaha).
“We know how in recent months you were exposed to losing your life due to the persecution of the regime and when that attempt to silence the soul, the spirit and your voice was imminent, I told you that here was Colombia,” said President Duque.(don’t laugh please.hahaha)
And he added “one day, when that story is written, we will be able to tell the details of how we protect you among those who love you in your territory and ourselves so that today you are a free voice in the world denouncing the atrocities of the dictatorship of Nicolás Maduro.” (LOL).
The President added that the opposition was subjected, by the Venezuelan government, to “unjust, absurd and torturous imprisonment” and that thanks to the pressure of the people “he managed to return to his family space” (hahaha).
Just as it happened with Leopoldo López. In an additional 27mt2 cell he had a room for visits and meetings, and a yard where there are even photos celebrating. Lilian got tired of saying that Leopoldo was tortured.
Uy si! Malísima tu súper celda de “torturas” a quien engañas PAJUO!! pic.twitter.com/WTlhvhvmbS
— Juan Bolivar 🍥 (@pilotobolivar) December 2, 2020
What doesn’t say that the pressure at that time on a part of Venezuelans was not for him to escape from prison, but to carry out a coup, and the only thing they achieved was the escape of Leopoldo López to the Spanish embassy in Caracas.
Duque pointed out that he saw López’s will never to abate to the “attacks from an authoritarian regime.” (Hahahaha)
For his part, López thanked President Duque and his Government for the support given him.
On October 24, López left Venezuela after leaving the residence of the Spanish ambassador in Caracas, where after failed coup d’etat he remained since April 30, 2019, and arrived in Madrid, Spain, where his family was.
Operation Venezuela Chapter II: The Exit. Leopoldo López: the construction of a character.
In 2014, a new phase of aggression against Venezuela was launched. Just a few months after Nicolás Maduro was elected President.
Leopoldo López, backed by the White House, activated the “La Salida” plan and began the construction of his epic and sold a script tailored to the interventions of the United States. Wikileaks would give an account of this in the leaked cables.
A script built from laboratories sold to the world the figure of the hero, a young, professional leader, imprisoned and tortured, at the hands of a drug dictatorship; with a grieving wife who traveled the world crying out for justice.
The reality is that behind the staging, what really took place was the call for insurrection and violence, marches, terrorist actions, 43 Venezuelan families mourning the death of their loved ones because of the so-called Guarimbas, which were actions street terrorists, not counting the millionaire material losses due to the destruction of public spaces.
At the same time, and in the name of freedom and the afflicted Venezuelan people, Lilian Tintori articulated around herself and the figure of her detained husband, a complex network of fundraising and international financing, whose resources were destined to family businesses and uphold the conspiracy and destabilization agenda against Venezuela.
The narrative starring the López-Tintori, managed to turn the eyes of the world towards Venezuela, and build the propitious framework for the United States to use its weapon of war: the Cohercive Unilateral measures or Sanctions, whose first expression is found in the Defense Law On Human Rights And Civil Society Of Venezuela, promulgated by Barack Obama that same year that López surrendered to justice as part of the plan that the United States needed to activate its intervention that later resulted in Obama’s Executive Decree against Venezuela.
Leopoldo López is the genesis of the blockade and the illegal sanctions of the United States against Venezuela.
In 2017, he received house arrest, after which he was released by his guards and participated in a failed uprising by a group of mercenaries against Maduro on April 30, 2019, which was backed by parliamentary chief Juan Guaidó.
Juan Guaidó’s mentor hires mercenaries from a Spanish diplomatic headquarters, the US media lives up to Rambo in historical (or worse) verisimilitude, and gets politics by publishing letters.
After the failure of the uprising, López took refuge in the house of the Spanish ambassador in Caracas, where he was a guest. Leopoldo López violated an agreement of non-political activism in the Spanish diplomatic headquarters.
The opposition leader Leopoldo López left the residence of the Spanish ambassador in Caracas on August 24, where he had been a guest since April 30, 2019.
The far-right militant and founder of the Voluntad Popular (VP) party, Leopoldo López, would have escaped from the Spanish Embassy in Caracas, heading to Bogotá, Colombia. This was reported at, October 24, by the Spanish newspaper El Mundo.
According to the Iberian media, opposition sources on the border between Colombia and Venezuela, where López would have escaped on his way to Bogotá, were in charge of supplying said information.
López, involved in different crimes against humanity by sponsoring, financing and executing various seditious plans, terrorism, assassinations and failed coup attempts in Venezuela, in which hundreds of civilians and soldiers have been murdered, was protected by the Kingdom of Spain at his embassy in Caracas after escaping from house arrest.
Confession of a detainee
And the first thing he does is confess that from wherever he is, he has always been in his political activation.
The acting foreign minister of Spain for the date, Josep Borrell, affirmed that the government would “limit” the political activities of the Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo López, who was at the residence of the Spanish ambassador in Venezuela. “Spain is not going to allow its embassy to become a center for political activism,” Borrell told reporters in Lebanon, where he was on an official visit.
The minister pointed out, based on international law, the figure of “guest or host” in the embassy “naturally” implies a limitation in his political activity. “We are confident that, under these conditions, Venezuela will naturally respect the immunity of the territory of the Spanish embassy.”
Venezuela did, Leopoldo López and Spanish embassy don’t
This is our version of the story, what is the difference with that of the President of Colombia Iván Duque? that we present evidence, they only tweet