Trump and the Neoliberal Fake-Left (Young Turks) Move to Regime Change Venezuela (AE video)

Trump and Tillerson Look a Lot Like Obama and Hillary When it Comes to Their Neoliberal Color Revolution in Venezuela

by Scott Creighton

One of Donald Trump’s freedom fighters in Venezuela throwing a freedom fire bomb at local police.

Ask yourself this: who’s interests are fake lefties like Rachel Maddow really serving when they endlessly rant about made up “Russian collusion” conspiracy theories that are baseless and will eventually end up going no where? The answer might just surprise you.

President Trump (that’s a clue by the way), who once said on the campaign trail that the U.S. shouldn’t be in the business of telling other countries how to run their governments, has chimed in on the ongoing neoliberal color revolution in Venezuela. As expected, his campaign rhetoric is vastly different than his stated administration policy.

“The White House has threatened Venezuela with potential “strong and swift economic actions” if the country’s socialist government imposes a plan to rewrite the constitution and consolidate the ruling party’s power — a plan that more than 7 million people rejected in a vote over the weekend.

“Yesterday, the Venezuelan people again made clear that they stand for democracy, freedom, and rule of law,” the White House said in a statement on Monday evening. “Yet their strong and courageous actions continue to be ignored by a bad leader who dreams of becoming a dictator.”

Organizers said they hoped Sunday’s symbolic referendum would discourage President Nicolas Maduro’s planned national election on July 30 to pick a 545-member special assembly that would have the ability to build a new constitution.” Fox News July 17 2017

First of all, those “strong and courageous actions” he’s talking about basically include terrorism on the streets of local cities and towns as the regime change thugs burn 50 tons of emergency food provisions to keep people starving and desperate, bomb the Supreme Court building, loot and murder various officials and/or government supporters in hopes that they can create enough chaos, enough international headlines, so Big Brother America can justify getting involved even more than they already are. This is a formula for these kinds of “courageous actions” we have instigated across the world… most recently in Ukraine when the Soros faction hired neo-Nazis to do the same when their elected government decided to reject EU membership and were drifting closer and closer to a union with Russia.

As the Trump administration talks in the language of globalist double-speak like so many of it’s predecessors, fact is, these free-marketeers in Venezuela who have taken to the streets with violence are not anything close to a majority, they are just the angry, fascist, violent minority… and they operate in the full knowledge that nothing they do will be covered negatively by the international press since they are fascist as well.

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Rex Tillerson: U.S. organizing coalition to remove Assad (politically?)

(Many are reporting on this as a sign that Tillerson and the Duke of Orange are going to attack Syria. That’s NOT what he says. The “coalition” to force “regime change” in the country has been “organizing” since a couple months before the first color revolution protests took place over 6 years ago. Back then the “coalition” was the Brits, U.S., Israel, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and Qatar. So that doesn’t mean anything. But look at what he says: first they have to defeat their destablization team known as “ISIS”, then they have to “stabilize the country” which means bust off part of it for Greater Kurdistan and THEN and only THEN… use a “political process” to eventually get Assad to leave the country. That’s a hell of a lot different than what some websites are claiming to mean they are ready to pull a Libya on Syria. And yes, the process is already “underway”. It has been for 6 years.)

by the Washington Examiner

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Thursday that steps are “underway” to organize an “international community effort” to oust Syrian President Bashar Assad, a major policy shift triggered by the latest chemical weapons attack in the country’s ongoing civil war.

“With the acts that he has taken, it would seem that there would be no rule for him to govern the Syrian people,” Tillerson told reporters. “The process by which Assad would leave is something that I think requires and international community effort, both to first defeat ISIS within Syria, to stabilize the Syrian country to avoid further civil war, and then to work collectively with our partners around the world through a political process that would lead to Assad leaving.”

Tillerson added that “those steps are underway” already…

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