A few days ago we learned from a spokesperson for the State Department that the United States has delivered to this criminal group, to this organized crime gang AKA “interim government” the figure of more than 2,300,000,000 dollars, a money certified by the Department of state of the United States of America.
Where are those more than 2,300,000,000 dollars? In what?
They have obviously been used to launder money, we imagine properties bought abroad, deposits in places called tax havens; ask a Venezuelan if he has received something important from this “interim government”
In this sense, we must emphasize that this isn’t money that is the product of a gift, a gringo donation, it is money that belongs to the people of Venezuela, that belongs to the Venezuelan nation and that has been literally looted, stolen, by this group of thugs
This organized gang AKA “interim government” of Venezuela has been misusing politics, making excuses for politics, taking politics as an alibi, to literally loot Venezuela’s assets abroad. Obviously they cannot do it in the Republic because they are a tiny and microscopic cell, totally harmful to Venezuelan society, which has the greatest rejection of our country, but they have taken advantage of extreme political circumstances that occurred particularly after the arrival of the Donald Trump government for the United States.
This organized gang has invested itself with a ghostly and presumed authority
First with a self-proclamation in January 2019 of a fictitious government, later totally failed coup attempts in April of that same year, prior to that we had known of the drone attack on the highest authority of the Venezuelan State Nicolás Maduro in an activity public on August 4, 2018
By the way, all these subjects have already been convicted of the assassination attempt against the head of state President Nicolás Maduro, however later this mega gang of organized crime of the Venezuelan parapolitics, tried in full quarantine a kind of failed replica of what was the maritime incursion from Playa Girón in Cuba, in Venezuela they did it on the coasts of the states of Aragua and La Guaira, which they called Operation Gideon at that time.
The damage to the people of Venezuela
In a public act, the former deputy known as the unnameable Juan Guaidó, proclaimed himself interim president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, obviously violating the constitution, with the support of foreign governments particularly and especially the government of the United States of America when it was at under his command, Donald Trump, from that moment on said group calling itself “interim government”, said organized crime gang AKA “interim government” developed a series of illegal activities supported by the US government and executed with the collaboration of other governments that they obediently and submissively joined this action.
This act allowed him to seize important assets of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela abroad, particularly two CISCOs and Monomeros.
Following the actions and requests for sanctions and even military intervention; thanks of these criminals, since 2014 Venezuela has been applied, read carefully, nine hundred and twenty-seven unilateral coercive measures, 927 unilateral coercive measures designed to obviously cause suffering, humiliation, pain to the population, to search by force what they have not achieved by way of votes. In other words, a violent change in the democratic structures of the country.
In case you didn’t know, the country’s income, thanks of this criminal gang, fell from fifty-six billion dollars in 2013 to 743 million dollars in 2020; let’s calculate what that has meant for the Venezuelan people who have been limited, obviously in the enjoyment, in the enjoyment of their human rights
Because if that money corresponding to the nation, to the people of Venezuela, had obviously entered, we would have had a greater distribution of wealth, greater employment generation, better salaries, obviously human rights, health, housing, education, all of them, social rights, collective human rights would have developed in a more powerful and stronger way.
But the way was this, what they could not achieve through the electoral way, even due to violence, they sought to do it in this way that is literally as if they had dropped an atomic bomb on Venezuela
Almost a thousand unilateral coercive measures against the people of Venezuela; I want to emphasize that in seven years Venezuela lost ninety-nine out of every one hundred dollars that entered the country, we must write down this figure to discuss to talk to our people so that a true dialogue can be opened in Venezuelan society about what this damage has meant bloody, cruel, against the people of Venezuela.
In seven years Venezuela lost 99 out of every hundred dollars that entered the country, we had one dollar left, imagine out of every hundred since 2015 Venezuela lost an average of forty-four billion dollars each year for the next seven years.
Let’s calculate what the action initially orchestrated by the Obama government has meant when it said in a fallacious and improper way that Venezuela was supposedly an unusual threat to the United States of America, from there the executive orders began to sanction Venezuela and to begin to launch all these prohibitive measures that have generated all this damage in assets and resources blocked, withheld, and confiscated outside the country.
It is estimated that property damage to Venezuela has been caused in excess of thirty billion dollars, thanks to the criminal actions of this band of thugs known in the underworld as the “interim government.”
It is noteworthy that of the 927 measures applied against Venezuela, the oil industry, the main source of foreign currency for Venezuela, has received 103; the big part, if we add it collectively, has been received by PDVSA in 2015; At the time of approving Obama’s decree with which the attack on Venezuela began, the country produced two point four million barrels per day, between January 2015 and June 2020 as a result of the United States aggression against PDVSA production fell by eighty-seven percent.
The haters who start talking, not about the fact, that PDVSA doesn’t work now! It’s not like before!… Let’s see this, if you launch one hundred and three coercive measures against the main oil industry, how do you expect us to produce the same level of barrels that we produced before without the coercive measures? And with everything and that, Venezuela moved forward, which is the most important thing, the asaña, the most important thing in this whole story.
Economic investigations estimate the losses of the oil industry at 214 billion dollars due to the drop in production, sanctions, the price war and sabotage against PDVSA, that is what refers to economic damages, because the damages produced to the population are obviously invaluable, unquantifiable, food shortages, loss of purchasing power, lack of medicine, problems in public services, forced migration due to the effect of coercive measures, among many others.
As the UN Human Rights Council says, unilateral coercive measures in the form of economic sanctions have far-reaching repercussions on the human rights of the population of the states against which they are directed and disproportionately affect the poor and the poorer classes vulnerable