This is the largest march that has ever taken place.
Venezuelans are running low on food.
The American installed dictatorship has failed the people, go figure.
Please, pray for Venezuela.
Venezuela is now on the path to becoming a militarized state, as at the beginning of the week, Maduro announced a new plan to arm 500,000 National Guard civilians, which the Organization of American States (OAS) outwardly denounced. Under the reign of the late Hugo Chavez, the Supreme Court of the country saw a purge of any opposition, and was then loaded with party loyalists—which means minuscule hope for any pushback on the personalist, militarized policies of the Maduro and his cronies.
With all of this, Maduro blames the United States for his own government-induced chaos. A pattern of many socialist presidents, Maduro places the blame on American and foreign intervention for the instability of his country. The socialist president manipulated a statement that State Department spokesman Mark Toner released, proclaiming that the spokesman said the U.S. will be pursuing direct aggression against Venezuela and announced plans for a coup d’etat. The statement Toner released mentioned nothing of the sort, and was focused on non-violence and accountability in Venezuela, reminding the Venezuelan government and security forces of their duty to protect peaceful protests, not prevent them—also declaring that if the state continued on this path of gross oppression, those responsible will all be held accountable by the Venezuelan people and the international community.
In another jab at the United States, the Maduro government seized the General Motors factory, pushing the country to pull the plug on its operations in Venezuela. This was a big move toward the United States, as GM is the America’s largest automobile producing company, and the Venezuelan government has now seized that factory’s assets, bank account, and plant.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Organization of American States head Luis Amalgro, Brazilian Foreign Minister Aloysio Nunes, and other Latin American states have all called on the Venezuelan go