There is an increasing overlap of the situation in Latin America and China. This feature of the international situation is shown in the recent speeches by Delcy Rodriguez and Vijay Prashad reported in this article.
On December 6, the Venezuelan people will vote for a new National Assembly.
These days, even the holding of an election is a contest between the Venezuelan people and the United States government. Since Chávez became the president, the United States government and its allies have tried to destabilize Venezuela’s government, including by direct efforts at regime change.
Britain has stolen over £1bn worth of gold from Venezuela. These vital funds should be returned to Venezuela immediately.
The US last week attempted to carry out a military coup against the legitimate government of Venezuela and its President Nicolás Maduro . They failed.
Last week the Venezuelan people resoundingly defeated the latest US-backed coup attempt against their government. Washington’s puppet and fake ‘interim President of Venezuela’, Juan Guaido, led the ineffective and small attempt to overthrow the legitimate and democratic Venezuelan government. In the face of this tactical defeat, the US administration continues to intensify its offensive against the Venezuelan government and people through harsh economic sanctions, military threats and subversive attacks.
There are mounting fears that under the guise of delivering ‘humanitarian aid’ the US is trying to stage-manage a confrontation to provide a pretext for a US military attack on Venezuela.