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How Venezuela Struck It Poor

In the spring of 1959, at a secretive meeting at a yacht club in Cairo, Venezuela’s then-minister of mines and hydrocarbons, Juan Pablo Pérez Alfonso, hatched a plan to give big oil-producing countries more control over their black gold — and a greater share of the wealth it promised to create. 3,963 more words


Venezuela: Further Protests as Country Begins Running Out of Water

When you’re eying the pretty socialist who just won the democrat nomination in her New York district, remember this. Venezuela was the most prosperous nation in the Southern Hemisphere until the VOTED FOR the empty promises of the socialist/Marxist Hugo Chavez. 56 more words


Abby Martin: The Neo-Liberal Plan To Bring Down Venezuela + Mike Prysner Debunks John Oliver's Venezuela Episode

Dandelion Salad

with Abby Martin

Redacted Tonight on June 14, 2018

Lee Camp speaks with Abby Martin journalist and host of The Empire Files, who exposes the profit-driven bias of corporate media reporting on Venezuela.

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Truths on the Bolivarian Revolution" Only 50 of them truths?

Truths on the Bolivarian Revolution

SALIM LAMRANI published on March 9, 2013

President Hugo Chavez, who died on March 5, 2013 of cancer at age 58, marked forever the history of Venezuela and Latin America. 1,166 more words


Reverse Transition, Venezuelan Style - Tomás Straka | Caracas Chronicles

Reverse Transition, Venezuelan Style

Tomás Straka | Caracas Chronicles

Political systems usually have a plan for everything except their end. Focused on staying in power, they exist pretty much the same way all mortals do – they are human creations, after all: … 801 more words

Guyanese Online

Preparations for the Final Phase of Regime Change in Venezuela: Will the United States Resort to a Multilateral Military Invasion?

Written by Daniel Edgar exclusively for SouthFront

A ‘top secret’ document entitled “Plan to Overthrow the Venezuelan Dictatorship ‘Masterstroke’” has recently received substantial coverage by the ‘alternative’ press in Latin America (needless to say, it has received little or no mention in the ‘mainstream’ press). 5,920 more words


One Distorted Nation

The art of communication is the language of leadership – James Humes

Venezuela, a country known for its rapid increase in the economic resources in the times of Hugo Chavez is now carrying people on the streets for satifying their hunger.

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