The Government of the United States (USA) is promoting protests in Venezuela with its purpose to trying overthrow the constitutional president, Nicolás Maduro, and put an end to the Bolivarian Revolution.
Éstas son algunas de las razones por las que cada uno de ustedes alza su voz. Y tú, ¿Qué piensas? Comparte tus ideas aquí 👇🏼 pic.twitter.com/F43U5x5xGc
— Embajador James “Jimmy” Story (@usembassyve) November 16, 2019
The calls to protest against the National Government are being made through his tweeter account US virtual embassy in Venezuela, @usembassyve, from November 1 until last Saturday 16, they published 114 tweets to attack the Homeland of Bolívar, 123 tweets and retweets they broadcast.
The calls to protest subtly disguise them with messages such as the one published on November 3 and repeated on several occasions for several days, where they say: “The US Constitution establishes the right to free expression. This includes peaceful meetings of the people to demand their rights to the government ”, or as the one they published on the 11th of this month, where they expressed:“ Throughout history we have seen how peaceful movements have achieved a political and democratic change in different countries Everyone has the power to change when they raise their voices. And what inspires you to raise your voice?
Or they do it directly and openly, supporting protests that have taken place in the country in recent days and inciting more. This has been done by Michael Kozak Acting Assistant Secretary for Western Hemisphere Affairs, who has gone out to promote attempts of unemployment led by members of the health and education sector.
For example, on November 6, Kozak wrote in his Twitter account: “While the #Venezuela health system falls apart, dozens of health professionals have been fired, threatened or arbitrarily detained for protesting wages and working conditions worthy The #CrisisDeMaduro must end. ” The message was retweeted by the account of the virtual embassy in the country.
That same day he published two more messages encouraging primary and university teachers to protest.
Two days later he wrote: “The long-suffering people of #Venezuela protest and demand changes day after day. Last week doctors, nurses and teachers marched. This week: lawyers and engineers. Despite threats and oppression, everyone is marching for a better future. The #DesastreDeMaduro must end ”.
In an interventionist and coup manner, on November 15, @usembassyve, published an appointment pronounced on the 13th of this month by James Story, whom call as the Charge d’Affaires for the United States External Office for Venezuela, where The imperial spokesman promotes protests in our country. “Every day the people of Venezuela should demonstrate and ask for the minimum (…) And not only Venezuelans within Venezuela but also Venezuelans in different parts of the world,” he said.
Through the Twitter account of the virtual embassy, they also lied when they said that the National Government was trying to “censor” the march called by the coupist Juan Guaidó on November 16, and that it’s worth mentioning it was quite promoted in the aforementioned social network .
As expected that November 16, the threats against Venezuela were exacerbated, to the point that the chief of the Southern Command, Craig Faller, in a coup manner called on the military to revolt.
“I would only tell people to have hope, that democracy is on their side and I would ask the Venezuelan army to consider their oath, to consider the suffering of their people and do the right thing.” in his tweet, a message that was retweeted by the gringa virtual embassy.
Not even the promotion made by the US government of the march called by the coupist Juan Guaidó on November 16, could guarantee its success. Last Saturday the Venezuelan people and the international community once again demonstrated a new failure of the Venezuelan ultra-right and gringo imperialism.
The truth is that 16 has passed, and as Guaidó said, 17 arrived and the calendar continued its course, but the US Government continues to promote protests and violent actions against the country, inspired by the coup d’etat that they executed in Bolivia with the support of the right of that country.
In fact, on November 17 @usembassyve thanked the self-proclaimed Bolivian coup d’etat Jeanine Áñez with a tweet that recognized her self-proclaimed colleague and coupist Juan Guaidó, while ensuring that “now 58 countries are with the Venezuelan people in their struggle for A return to democracy. #TodaVzlaDespierta ”.
Alert people, gringo imperialism does not cease its attacks against the country.