TRNN’s editor in chief Paul Jay interviews Col. Lawrence Wilkerson (Ret.) on the gradual takeover of the US by the plutocratic elites, the treacherous nature of the duopoly, and the plot against Venezuela, led, among other prominent parties, by the Koch brothers.
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The US has been trying to kill the Bolivarian revolution since it emerged—unexpectedly—in 1998. But chavismo, despite setbacks and some administrative errors, still has the majority backing of the Venezuelan people and a determined core of no less than 8 or 10 million working class Venezuelans ready to die to prevent a return to the old order favored by the Americans and their proxies in the region.
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American Exceptionalism is at the root of the Fake News Epidemic Attempting to Overthrow Venezuela’s Bolivarian Revolution
DANNY HAIPHONG—Another lie promoted under the guise of American exceptionalism is the notion that Venezuela is ruled by a repressive authoritarian regime. This is a particularly sinister lie steeped in Cold War anti-communist racism. Venezuela has held several elections since the Hugo Chavez was first elected as head of state in 1998. Jimmy Carter declared the Venezuelan electoral system the most democratic in the world in 2012. The opposition has run in every election since 1998 with varying degrees of success. Much of the opposition boycotted the last presidential election in fear that they would lose by legitimate means, thus debunking the myth that the opposition represents a majority in the nation.
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ANDRE VLTCHEK—What makes the Libyan, Syrian and Venezuelan scenarios so similar? Why was the West so eager to viciously attack, and then destroy these three, at the first glance, very different countries?The answer is simple, although it is not often uttered in the West; at least not publicly:‘All three countries stood at the vanguard of promoting and fighting with determination for such concepts as “pan-Africanism”, “pan-Arabism” and Patria Grande – essentially Latin American independence and unity.’