I'm far from neutral. But there's more than two sides here. There's at least four. Chavismo as a model of revolution is my jam. The problem is that nobody beheaded Chavez after the fact.
That's how revolutions work. The people revolt, kill the king, and then you kill them.
They forgot to kill Chavismo and create a democracy on the ashes of both US Hegemonic/White civil society rule and Chavismo.
That's how France did it.
>Four centuries of white supremacy in Venezuela came to an end with the 1998 election of Hugo Chavez. Why do the poor march for Maduro? Even though the Mestizo majority suffers today, they will not turn back to the pre-Chavez days of de facto apartheid.
>Greg Palast. Investigative Journalist - BBC/Guardian/NYT
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By supporting Guaido you support white hegemony and US hegemony. You are giving agency to war criminals. I live in Honduras, and you're only inviting the poor to be victims of the rich. Again.
Guaidos base is all white people. As his party. That's why the Koch Bros picked them.
You're also showing all of Latin America that oligarchy will never be defeated.
Maybe get some minorities in the Popular Will Party and we can talk. But right now all I see is white supremacists helping white supremacists.
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But to say criticizing the whitest most artificial revolt in history is not permitted. That just tells me Guaido is more of the same fake democracy the Pentagon loves smearing across the globe.
Because I know how it really is. I already told you this Jake. Where's the growth man?
Look at the maturity in the responses below.
Ok? Don't you want to know how these numbers break down? You're afraid they will actually break down I think.
Here, read a book about how Venezuela actually works.