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    Watchdog: US Aid to Venezuela Was Used to Push Regime Change (RPI)

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    by dave decamp





    A report from the US Agency for International Development’s (USAID) watchdog found that aid allocated for Venezuela in 2019 was used as part of the Trump administration’s failed regime change effort.

    In January 2019, the US and many of its allies recognized Juan Guaido as the interim president of Venezuela in an attempt to unseat Nicolas Maduro. As part of this policy, USAID started coordinating aid deliveries with Guaido.

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    The Trump administration’s regime change effort came with a failed coup attempt and a brutal sanctions regime that has had a devastating impact on Venezuela’s civilian population. President Biden has continued the policy, continues to recognize Guaido, and appears to have no interest in giving Venezuela sanctions relief.


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    And now Biden will finish the deed and end up finishing that agenda.
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    And...nobody cares. We've got pronouns to worry about.

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    Maduro is a Communist who served under Chavez. He has no right to life, let alone the right to hold power. The United States can morally do anything it wants to the Venezuelan government. If we are giving aid then attaching strings to oust the government is a good idea. Incentives matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phill4paul View Post
    And...nobody cares. We've got pronouns to worry about.
    Don't you know, using the wrong pronouns is basically murder? You don't actually have to pull a trigger anymore, just make someone feel bad.

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    If now a so-called US "watchdog" claims that the US is really, really trying hard to get rid of big oil buddy Maduro, doesn't this prove that he is nothing but "controlled opposition", like his predecessor Chavez who was installed with the help of the well-connected Cisneros family?
    Or do I misunderstand what is so obvious about this year-long charade...

    Quote Originally Posted by Firestarter View Post
    Gustavo Cisneros was also a fishing friend of George H.W. Bush and is close to George W. Bush.
    See Gustavo Cisneros, George H.W. Bush with their wives.


    It has been reported that Gustavo Cisneros was involved in the 2002 coup to make Hugo Chavez more popular...
    As the Venezuelan media are blatantly supporting president Nicolas Maduro; it must be obvious that he is supported by media mogul Cisneros.
    See Maduro and Cisneros together…
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