Ron Paul Explains the Neocon Position for Regime Change in Venezuela

Venezuela: Maduro and Juan Guaido, Youtube
Ron Paul reminds us that Venezuela once was a great free-market state before it was taken over by socialists and communists who wanted to redistribute the wealth. Venezuela has the world’s largest oil reserves but now is in shambles. The Trump administration is backing a coup by the opposition leader Juan Guaido. The US says it wants to restore democracy, but a coup is about as non-democratic as it gets. US diplomats have not been withdrawn as demanded by Maduro, which puts them in great danger, because this could provoke Maduro to arrest them or resort to violence to prove that he still is in charge. That would become an excuse to to invade Venezuela, which is what the neocons desire. Neocons from both parties support Trump’s move. [Yes, it’s far more complicated that it appears on the surface.] –GEG

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A nation deserves what it gets. If that’s not true, it is nonetheless true that a nation gets what it gets, and in this view whether they deserve it is irrelevant. At least that is reality, and if the Neocons think Venezuela should be invaded, let those who say so do it. Give them the necessary weapons, put them in uniforms, and send them down there in ships and let them do it, while the rest of us stay home and mind our own business. But for the sake of everything Santa Clause and his reindeer and millions of little… Read more »