Venezuelan opposition leader continues daring call to action amid clashes

He urged his countrymen to keep flooding the streets until they achieve a change of President Nicholas Maduro’s government.

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29 thoughts on “Venezuelan opposition leader continues daring call to action amid clashes

  1. [ ] Great Another War brought to us from The Establishment Democrats and Republicans who love Perpetual War. Let me be clear start your War send your own kids send your own family you people who promote these words are nothing more than war criminals Venezuela has their own Manifest Destiny to decide and it's not for the people of America to fix on our dime or blood. You people in Washington DC in every state capitol have about zero cred power with the working class who you brainwash or manipulate to fight your wars for wall street gains. History will see the last 50 years of our wars as nothing more than genocide. Use the monroe doctrine on the wall street crony capitalists & elected socialists first. Hypocrisy is our montra sadly.

  2. Looking at comments here, I see some lights in the USA where not everyone is a sheep who believes the narrative of US government and MSM (A.K.A CIA talking heads). a few months back, there were only comments who supported Guaido and "US humanitarian aides". I don't know what changed, but I love it! #anti-interventionism

  3. I agree to give the people there their freedom, and have Maduro step down, the US should get involved but if we use military action then what would Russia or the other countries do to support that tyrant to stop us? Either Maduro change things big time or drop out is my option

  4. After reading some comments here, all I say is: Venezuela has been in a bad situation for years and for years Venezuelans have been migrating to other countries and it's suddenly the US fault because of the sanctions? They might've just contributed to make the situation worse than what it's already been. Socialism is a cancer.

  5. Pompeo and Bolton look like fools. Guaido thought he had an agreement for a Venezuelan Supreme Court judge, the Defense Secretary and commander of the military to switch sides from Maduro. They hoodwinked Guaido and the US so they could sit back and watch Maduro fail. There is no support left for Guaido in Venezuela. He is thoroughly discredited. Bolton, Pompeo and Elliot Abrams have been checkmated and made to look like bumbling, incompetent, thuggish buffoons. Further US interference can only come from outright aggression.

  6. What you are watching is the result of what socialism has created, AND you are watching citizens of a nation who were disarmed by their dictator in 2012 under the disguise of what Maduro called,
    "For the benefit of the children." Hey, citizens of the United States….. sound familiar?

  7. Over 20 weeks of riots in France, not a word. But Venezuela has oil so we will continue to hear about their issues. Meanwhile in the US, we have more people living in the same or worse circumstances than the entire Venezuelan population, yet no intervention from Trump. But I am sure when he gets done we will have a larger crisis at the border.

  8. The president of Venezuela is a fool, a big fool at that. His supporters are just being foolish. A president half the people rejected is no longer a president. If indeed he love his country so much he would've stepped down for peace talk

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