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Fully understanding the concept of power is necessary to oust Nicolás Maduro from the Venezuelan presidential palace

Power is an illusion and, at the same time, illusion is power. Whoever is capable of manipulating minds at opportune moments will be able to use the power of illusion and seize power. A coup d’état (or in the Venezuelan case, ending the usurpation of the presidency), does not have to be effective to be successful. As a matter of fact, it does not need to be successful to achieve a transition in government. Moreover, what is crucial is the illusion of success. Reality, is not important during those moments when lowering the guard or changing sides is just a matter of seconds.

To succeed in a coup it is not necessary to win all the battles. Indeed, you may lose all of them–except the communication battle: the battle of illusion. All your troops can be bleeding on the floor, but if a significant part of the population believes that you are the victor, they will surrender to you, despite you lack of weapons, men or ammunition.

Juan Guaidó’s first mistake on April 30 was announcing the end of the usurpation of power on Twitter. Ideally, he should have taken to the TV channels and radio stations, stating that all the military was on his side (and not only part of it). Instead of claiming that he was waiting to defeat Maduro, Guaidó should have declared that the tyrant was already dethroned, demanded that his political opponents submit to the Constitution, and subdue the traitors.

Imagine the amount of cortisol, adrenaline and stress that would have accumulated in the brains of Maduro’s soldiers if Guaidó was on the government-controlled channel VTV declaring his victory–or if Maduro’s arrest was being announced on the radio. Is this as effective as just saying “join us and we will triumph”?

February 23 meant another lost opportunity to dynamite the Cuban-controlled military bases. The improvisation and hesitation gave the regime another chance; the opportunity was not taken even when hundreds of soldiers defected on that day. Conversely, Nicolás Maduro’s cartel played its ace, released the prisoners to protect the revolution, showed determination, and took the victory without significant casualties.

Power is a continuous sociological treatise that must be put into practice every day. It cannot be transferred by means of constitutional mandate, nor elections or sovereignty. Power is just an illusion living in thousands of minds that unanimously decide to respect an authority, or to bow down before it for various reasons: fear, respect, interest, love, madness, masochism or disinterest. Despite the risk of being redundant, I insist that there is no power for the sake of power; power is just an illusion. If for a brief moment the majority of the military had thought that Maduro was overthrown, he would have been gone long ago.

Juan Guaidó has not made used of his mighty ally, the most vigorous military power worldwide and its power of persuasion. John Bolton has tried to provide Juan Guaidó with all the tools, declarations and messages in order to checkmate Nicolás Maduro’s supporters. However, the interim president has mismanaged his wild cards, just like the tetris player that does not make the long pieces fit and loses.

 

 



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MAY 24,  2019

JUAN GUAIDO AFFIRMS THAT DICTATOR MADURO MUST DECIDE IF HE HAS TO LEAVE vENEZUELA BY FORCE

   CARACAS, VENEZUELA  -   The opposition leader Juan Guaidó said on Thursday that Nicolás Maduro, with whom he is fighting for power in Venezuela, must decide whether to allow a transition or whether he will leave the presidency "by force". "It is they (the Maduro government) who are going to decide (...) if it is going to be forced or if they are going to open a door to the transition," said the parliamentary leader, recognized as interim president of Venezuela by fifty countries, to the digital VPI channel. His statements come after Norway last week sponsored discussions with representatives of the opposition and the Maduro government, in an "exploratory phase", to resolve the crisis.

     But also, after delegates of Guaidó met with military leaders of the United States, a country that does not rule out a military option to evict Maduro from power. Guaidó says that the opposition keeps open all the ways to achieve the "cessation of the usurpation" of the socialist leader, which leads to a transition and "free elections", in the context of the worst socio-economic crisis in the recent history of the past oil power. Representatives of Maduro and Guaidó visited Oslo last week as part of the European country's initiative to mediate the conflict.

     Guaidó, who has clarified that there has not yet been a face-to-face meeting between the delegates, reiterated on Thursday that the opposition will not lend itself to "false dialogues" that give Maduro oxygen. Meanwhile, his representative in the United States, Carlos Vecchio, met last Monday with officials from the State Department and the Pentagon to analyze "all aspects of the Venezuelan crisis." Norway "is within the framework of the strategy we have proposed (...) That does not stop the talks with the Pentagon," said the opposition. The administration of Donald Trump, Guaidó's main international support, promotes the exit of Maduro with financial sanctions and an oil embargo, without ruling out military actions.

"THE TRUTH," A MUCH NEEDED PROJECT TO KEEP IN CHECK DICTATOR MADURO REGIME

      WASHINGTON, D.C.   -- A bill considered to be the most comprehensive and severe legislation yet to face the crisis in Venezuela and restore democracy in that country was approved Wednesday by the Foreign Affairs Committee of the United States Senate. The Emergency Assistance, Assistance for Democracy and Development of Venezuela project (TRUTH) is led by Senators Bob Menéndez, Democrat of New Jersey, and Marco Rubio, Republican of Florida, who presented him and other congressmen last April. . "The Senate Foreign Relations Committee is sending a bipartisan message of support to the people of Venezuela by approving the TRUTH Act.

     The path of Venezuela towards the restoration of the rule of law and democratic order will require a significant effort on the part of the United States, our regional allies and the international community, "Rubio said in a statement. The senator said that his country will continue to provide humanitarian assistance "that is so needed and will help coordinate efforts for a post-Maduro Venezuela." Menéndez, in turn, described the approval of the project as a momentous step by the United States to support Venezuelans "in this dark and difficult chapter of their struggle to recover their country from the Nicolás Maduro regime and restore a democratic process." "Through this bipartisan effort based on shared goals and vigorous diplomacy and principles, we are establishing the structure for the Trump administration to strengthen Venezuela's growing democratic movement," the senator said.

      Among the measures that include TRUTH include $ 400 million in humanitarian aid, revoke the visas of the relatives of sanctioned officials of the Chavez regime, sanction the undue indebtedness of the Nicolás Maduro regime and the gold trade and coordinate international sanctions, especially with governments of Latin American and European countries. The bill also expands current tools to address kleptocracy, formally recognizes and supports the efforts of interim president Juan Guaidó to restore democracy and accelerates planning with international financial institutions to advance the reconstruction of Venezuela after Maduro dictatorship.

BLOOMBERG: NEW NEGOTIATIONS IN NORWAY DEPEND ON DICTATOR MADURO ACCEPTING FREE ELECTIONS

      WASHINGTON, D.C.    -- Despite little progress in the initial meetings, Norwegian officials invited representatives of dictator Nicolas Maduro and the president in charge, Juan Guaido, to a second round of talks to defuse the Venezuelan crisis , according to lawmakers familiar with the talks. The sessions could happen in Oslo as early as next week. But Guaido's allies insist that any dialogue depends on Maduro accepting proposals to celebrate a new presidential vote . A multiple diplomatic push to break Venezuela's bitter stalemate began last week, with a European Union mission visiting Caracas and envoys from Guaido and Maduro to Oslo .

     But on both fronts, the regime rejected appeals for general elections, according to diplomats and lawmakers who spoke anonymously because of the sensitive nature of the talks. No party has accepted more talks so far, they said. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Norway and the Ministry of Information of the dictatorship declined to comment on the new opportunity to meet. Guaido, in a message on Wednesday, said that " another invitation has not yet been finalized ." For months, Maduro and Guaido have clashed , gathering followers in the streets and the support of their allies abroad, since uncontrolled inflation, rampant shortages and the collapse of infrastructure make daily life miserable for the masses .

     Guaido, recognized as head of state by the US and by more than 50 other nations , is trying to maintain the pressure and turn the cracks into canyons within the socialist regime. But despite the scant approval and international isolation, Maduro clung to the levers of power with the help of "still loyal" military forces and the help of countries like China and Russia. Skepticism abounds within the ranks of the opposition and among observers that the regime will make significant concessions as demonstrations diminish and many opponents hide in the midst of a new crackdown.





MAY 23,  2019

THE SOUTHERN COMMAND INDICATED THAT THE "TRANSITION" TO DEMOCRACY IN VENEZUELA WILL HAVE "POSITIVE RESULTS"

     WASHINGTON, D.C.   -    "There is "evidence" of an "invasion" of Cubans in Venezuela, in a wide range of positions, from doctors to spies, said the head of the Southern Command, Admiral Craig S. Faller. Admiral Craig S. Faller, head of the Southern Command of the United States (USA), defended Wednesday that the pressure that has been applied to achieve a transition to democracy in Venezuela is "the right idea" and predicted that it will have "positive results".

     Faller, who was the first speaker of the fourth Annual Conference on Hemispheric Security (HSC) organized by two academic institutions attached to the International University of Florida (FIU), responded to this question by being asked about the options that are considered crisis in Venezuela to propitiate a change, according to the news agency Efe.

     There is "evidence" of an "invasion" of Cubans in Venezuela, in a wide range of positions, from doctors to spies, said the head of the Southern Command. He added that "it is a significant number", without venturing figures and also highlighting the presence of Russians in the country and the scarce Chinese help in this situation. He indicated that the key to the plans "to be ready" to be able to support the democratic forces of Venezuela are the "allies" of the US in the region. "We have met with Brazil and Colombia and other major nations to discuss security challenges," he added.
 

ELLIOT ABRAMS SAYS IT WILL SANCTION VENEZUELAN OFFICIALS FOR CORRUPTION IN THE CLAP PROGRAM

      WASHINGTON, D.C.   -- The special envoy of US President Donald Trump for Venezuela, Elliott Abrams, speaks during the World Conference on the Humanitarian Crisis in Venezuela this Thursday at the headquarters of the Organization of American States (OAS) in Washington (United States). The representatives of the opposition leader Juan Guaidó, recognized as president of Venezuela by fifty countries, have collected in the last three weeks 100 million dollars, an amount that includes 30 million multilateral financial institutions. The US envoy for Venezuela, Elliott Abrams said in an interview with Efe on Wednesday that his government is preparing sanctions and criminal charges against Venezuelan officials for allegedly profiting from the subsidized food program known as Clap.

     "We do not have an announced date on the sanctions and (judicial) accusations that will come. But this is a real crime because it is what the poorest Venezuelans need to survive. They know that this program is corrupt, we know it and we are investigating the details. And much more will come, "Abrams said. Asked about future actions, Abrams said "definitely" the United States. will announce more sanctions "as time progresses" and explained that the US Treasury Department has been investigating "for a long time" the supposed corruption in the program known as Clap. Earlier this month, the Treasury issued a report in which it claimed that "high officials" of Venezuela used Clap to launder assets that they allegedly obtained through corruption and that they even pocketed the Venezuelan government's money directly. According to this document, officials use foreign entities located in Turkey, Panama, Hong Kong or Mexico, among other places, for these activities. The Clap program, linked to the Local Supply and Production Committees, delivers imported food at low cost every 15 days to more than six million people, according to the Maduro Government.

     The National Assembly (AN, Parliament), controlled by the opposition, has denounced that the Clap has caused millionaire patrimonial losses by extra costs and corruption. Venezuela is going through a peak of political tension since last January, when Maduro swore a new term of 6 years that is not recognized by the opposition or part of the international community and, in response, opposition leader Juan Guaidó, president of Parliament, proclaimed himself president interim of the country. USA It was the first nation to recognize Guaidó as interim head of state and, since then, has tried to pressure Maduro with the revocation of visas to Venezuelan officials and sanctions against the company Petróleos de Venezuela (Pdvsa), the main source of currency for Caracas.

THE OAS SECRETARY GENERAL, LUIS ALMAGRO, AFFIRMS THAT THE UN AND THE INTER-AMERICAN SYSTEM HAVE TO COORDINATE THE IMPLEMENTATION OF R2P IN VENEZUELA 

      WASHINGTON, D.C.    -- The Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS), Luis Almagro, mentioned that from the system of the United Nations (UN) and the Inter-American System must coordinate as soon as possible for the activation of R2P in Venezuela, it consists on the responsibility of the international community to protect a population that is under various human rights crimes. The diplomat mentioned that the South American country is going from bad to worse, referring all the blame to the Nicolás Maduro regime that does not allow the advancement of its citizens towards a better future.

     "Just as some countries in our hemisphere have coiled upward spiraling, expanding rights, democracy, security and development, others have coiled in a downward spiral. #Venezuela is definitely wrapped in a spiral of chaos and total nonsense, "he said. Almagro makes these statements shortly after referring to Chavism as a danger in the hemisphere, which predicted his early disappearance so as not to aggravate the crisis in the region.

     Venezuela is plunged into the worst crisis in its history and therefore several diplomats have among their proposals a military aid that agglomerates various countries, theory that handles the consent of the United States and its vice president Mike Pence. We have to raise our voice above political tribes and in favor of principles. We must continue to conduct politics and international relations that are close to the people. The system of @ONU_es and the Inter-American System have to be coordinated in order to implement the # R2P in #Venezuela, in order to make coercive the international law that should be applied to the diversity of crimes against humanity suffered by the Venezuelan population.

MAY 22,  2019

JUAN GUAIDO: THE REGIMEN TRULY FEARS FREE ELECTIONS

     CARACAS, VENEZUELA   -    The president in charge of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, stressed that the regime is afraid of truly free elections, noting that they are avoiding this alternative to stay in power. "I invite you to have a minimum of reason, you do not need to have two fingers to understand that a free election opens the change in Venezuela," said the president of the National Assembly during the ordinary session on Tuesday.

    Guaidó added that it is not true that the empire and the bachaqueros collapsed the country, so it is very cynical to tell the people of Venezuela that they are going to advance the parliamentary elections and that they will extend the period of the Cuban constituency. "Today those who usurp functions and specifically Maduro are more dissociated and far from reality, today the Armed Forces know who is responsible for the crisis," he said.

     He called on the Armed Forces to act correctly and to side with the Constitution. "I wonder if the Armed Forces are willing to accompany this madness and if they are going to drag Venezuela to catastrophe. The regime mocks the parliamentary elections, "he said. He declared that they will continue to advance with the proposed route, with the exercise of the majority.

LUIS ALMAGRO: IF MADURO CONTINUES IN POWER, ALL THE COUNTRIES OF THE REGION WILL suffer

      WASHINGTON, D.C.   -- The Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS), Luis Almagro, said Monday that if the Chavez government leader Nicolás Maduro continues in power in Venezuela after the instability of recent months, the rest of the countries of the continent will pay the cost. "If the situation does not change in Venezuela, if Maduro is still in power, that is a cost that all countries in the region will have to pay," Almagro insisted at a luncheon with businessmen organized in Buenos Aires by the Inter-American Council of Commerce and Production (CICyP).

     Almagro considered that, in fact, several Latin American countries are already affected by "the export of the crisis" of Venezuela. He referred to the millions of people who have emigrated from the Caribbean country in the past years due to the humanitarian crisis that has led to a struggle for power between Maduro and the head of Parliament, Juan Guaidó, who was proclaimed interim president last January and is recognized as such by about 50 nations.

     "It may be that by 2020 the number of Venezuelan migrants can reach seven million," said Almagro, who spoke of the migratory flow carries "pressure" on matters such as "safety and health" in recipient countries, although not He specified in what sense. The head of the OAS stressed that in Venezuela there is a "more decisive and coarser" form of exclusion among the region, followed by the situations of Cuba and Nicaragua, he said. As he already did in past interventions, the Uruguayan natural leader pointed to Cuba as a country that exercises a "sanction" against Venezuela and affirmed that the island extracts "40,000 barrels a day" from its political ally.

FORMER DICTATOR RAUL CASTRO AND MIGUEL DIAZ-CANEL REITERATED TO JORGE ARREAZA CUBAN SUPPORT FOR DICTATOR NICOLAS MADURO

      HAVANA, CUBA   --Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel and the leader of the Communist Party of Cuba Raúl Castro met with Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza in Havana, where they expressed their continued support for Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro. This was disseminated by local official media. The meeting was held after Arreaza arrived in Havana on Monday night to participate in the 18th Political Council of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of America (ALBA).

     Along with Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, First Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba, received yesterday night the Chancellor of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Jorge Arreaza Monserrat. We ratify the solid ¬ links that unite us. #We are Cuba. The state newspaper Granma detailed in a statement published in its daily edition that "Raúl and Díaz-Canel reiterated their support for the constitutional president Nicolás Maduro Moros and the civic-military union of the Venezuelan people." The position on the part of the representatives of Cuba was recognized by Arreaza, who "thanked the permanent solidarity" of his people and his Government, reports Efe.

      The meeting was also attended by Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez, and Venezuela's ambassador to Cuba, Adán Chávez -her brother of the late President Hugo Chávez-, who has held this position for a short time. Unlike many countries, Cuba has rejected the recognition of Juan Guaidó as president in charge of Venezuela, which has reinforced the relationship between both governments of a socialist nature. Due to the position of Cuba in relation to Venezuela and other aspects unrelated to the issue, the United States has increased the sanctions on Cuban territory. The representatives of the North American country assure that Cuba provides intelligence support to Venezuela, putting at their disposal covert agents who pose as "professionals", mainly in areas of education and medicine.

MAY 21,  2019

PRESIDENT TRUMP: FIGHTING THE UNITED STATES WILL BE 'OFFICIAL END OF IRAN'

     WASHINGTON, D.C.   -   President Donald Trump has given a strong warning to Iran, threatening its destruction if it attacks the United States or U.S. interests. "If Iran wants to fight, that will be the official end of Iran," Trump tweeted Sunday. "Never threaten the United States again!" Just three days earlier, Trump appeared to be backing away from his apparently hawkish stance against Iran, saying he would be willing to talk with Tehran. When asked by a reporter at the White House if the U.S. was going to war with Iran, Trump replied, "I hope not." But there has been no apparent let up in the tensions between the United States, its regional allies and Iran.

     The State Department says a "low-grade rocket" fell inside the green zone in Baghdad, close to the U.S. embassy, Sunday. No injuries or damage is reported. U.S. Central Command spokesman Capt. Bill Urban said the Pentagon was aware of an explosion outside the embassy, adding, "There were no U.S. or coalition casualties, and Iraqi Security Forces are investigating the incident." A spokesman says the U.S. will not tolerate such attacks and that it will hold Iran responsible "if any such attacks are conducted by its proxy militia forces." Saudi Arabia is blaming Iranian-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen for a drone attack on two Saudi oil-pumping stations last week. The U.S. also suspects Iran was behind the sabotage of four oil tankers off the coast of the United Arab Emirates last week. Two of the damaged tankers were Saudi.

     The Saudis also say they will not tolerate Iranian aggression. "The kingdom of Saudi Arabia does not want war in the region and does not strive for that," Foreign Affairs Minister Adel al-Jubeir said Sunday. "But at the same time, if the other side chooses war, the kingdom will fight this will all force and determination and it will defend itself, its citizens and its interests." Saudi King Salman has called for emergency summits with Gulf and Arab leaders on May 30 to discuss what the kingdom’s official news agency describes as "aggressions and their consequences." An Iranian news agency quotes Iran's Revolutionary Guard head Hossein Salami as saying the country does not want war, but is "not afraid" of it.

PRESIDENT TRUMP: 'THE US WILL NOT SIT Idly BY WHILE CUBA CONTINUES TO SUBVERT DEMOCRACY IN THE AMERICAS

      WASHINGTON, D.C.   -- The American president sent a message to the island for Independence Day. He assured that he supports the people "in their search for freedom, democracy and prosperity" and demanded that the regime stop the repression of Venezuelans "On this Independence Day of Cuba, we support the people of Cuba in their search for freedom, democracy and The Cuban regime must put an end to its repression of Cubans and Venezuelans.

     The United States will not sit idly by while Cuba continues to subvert democracy in the Americas! "Donald Trump wrote in his Twitter account, in which he again condemned the influence of the Cuban regime on the Chavez dictatorship. Chávez and Fidel Castro began their strategic alliance in 1994, a union that survived them.Since then, the Cuban regime sent thousands of agents to administer the power structures of Caracas: intelligence services, armed forces, health system, economy.

     Thus, the Castro dictatorship was penetrating the structures of the Venezuelan state thanks to the open door offered by President Chávez and maintained by Nicolás Maduro. "Since then, Caracas pays the" Cuban task "with oil barrels Last December, Luis Almagro Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS), denounced that Cuba exported its "terror mechanisms" to Venezuela and that its agents were leading the torture against political prisoners. mechanisms of terror and repression that Cuba uses against its own people and silently exports to the rest of the region.

WITH A VERY STRONG LETTER TO DICTATOR NICOLAS MADURO, ISAIAS RODRIGUEZ SAYS GOODBYE TO THE EMBASSY IN ITALY

      WASHINGTON, D.C.   -- With a  strong letter Isaías Rodríguez presented his resignation as ambassador of Venezuela in Italy. In the letter addressed to Nicolás Maduro, he assures that he was born "for hammer" and the nails fall from the sky. "I have not learned to bargain for indulgences and that is terrible and exhausting in day-to-day politics. Fortunately, pain provides confidence and security (...) Know, President, that I follow straight paths like those of a spear, "said Rodriguez.

     It also states that "you do not have to accept or reject this letter. I will make it public because it is final. It is not irrevocable because nothing is irrevocable in life. It is simply final, Mr. President. Do not see me or feel vulnerable. That expression is "neo-Nazi" and does not sound good ". Likewise, he assured that he has seen a lot and has "seen a lot of marketing next to him and also next to Chávez. People are constantly baptized, but never freed
from their sins. "

     "I'm leaving (the position) without grudges and without money. My wife has just sold the clothes that her ex-husband gave her, in order to keep up with the US blockade. I am trying to transfer the vehicle that I bought when I arrived at the Embassy and, as you know, I do not have a bank account, because the gringos sanctioned me and the Italian bank threw me out of their market. They nailed me with honesty in a pike, but when I die they will know exactly what patrimony I leave to my children. I will keep the memories I have of you in a box with mothballs. Rodriguez also argued that although he is proud to have been Maduro's ambassador, "at this moment, I feel like I was taking off one of the many contractures that I have." "I resign, President, to my doses of insomnia, stress, affliction and the triangular-headed vipers that have accompanied him for a long time."

 


 


 


 



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