…by Jonas E. Alexis
If you don’t think that Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó isn’t up to something diabolical in Venezuela, think again. The Guardian reported last January: “A UK foreign office minister has suggested that the Bank of England grant access to £1.2bn in Venezuelan gold reserves to the self-proclaimed interim leader Juan Guaidó rather than Nicolás Maduro.”
At the same time, the United States “handed control of Venezuela’s bank accounts in the US to Juan Guaido, the opposition leader whom Washington has recognised as interim president. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo signed off on the order last week for Guaido to control holdings in the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and federally insured banks.”
What is Guaido’s game? Well, he wants to be the president of Venezuela, allowing foreign private oil companies “a greater stake in joint ventures with its state-owned oil giant.” In other words, Guaido wants to be a US puppet; he has already been a thorough ideologue who has submitted his will to the stuff that makes up the New World Order.
The laughable thing again and again is that US politicians have placed sanctions on the entire country and then complained that Maduro is starving virtually the entire population! Obviously these people think that we are all stupid. Ilhan Omar understands this. She has recently declared that the United States is largely responsible for the debacle in Venezuela through the use of sanctions and the pursuit of “regime change.” That did not please New World Order agent Mike Pompeo, who responded by saying:
“So, the nicest thing I can say is it is unbelievable ignorance. It’s just factually wrong. The problems in Venezuela have been years in the making. It’s been a socialist regime, first with Chavez, now with Maduro. The destruction of a wealthy nation. A nation with more oil reserve than any other country in the world.”
Is it factually wrong to say that the United States is imposing sanctions in Venezuela? Is it factually wrong to assert that sanctions, by their very nature, have the potential to create economic chaos? Is it factually wrong to conclude that the United States has been supporting Guaido? Is it factually wrong that NWO agents like Pompeo seek to get their greedy hands on the oil reserve in Venezuela? Who is Pompeo really fooling here? Does he seriously think that the United States has nothing to do at all with the situation in Venezuela? If yes, why in the heck is the United States in bed with Guaido at this present moment?
-  Patrick Wintour, “Bank of England urged to give Juan Guaidó Venezuela’s gold,” Guardian, January 28, 2019.
-  Tom Embury-Dennis, “Venezuela: Juan Guaido will open up oil deals to foreign private companies, opposition leader’s US envoy says,” Independent, February 5, 2019.
-  Yaron Steinbuch, “Mike Pompeop calls Ilhan Omar’s comments on Venezuela ‘disgusting,’” NY Post, May 3, 2019.
Jonas E. Alexis has degrees in mathematics and philosophy. He studied education at the graduate level. His main interests include U.S. foreign policy, the history of the Israel/Palestine conflict, and the history of ideas. He is the author of the book, Kevin MacDonald’s Metaphysical Failure: A Philosophical, Historical, and Moral Critique of Evolutionary Psychology, Sociobiology, and Identity Politics. He teaches mathematics in South Korea.
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