Or possibly Guadió does not have the military support that he proclaims to have. By my reasoning this was a CIA induced attempt to provoke Maduro into an aggressive crackdown. Providing the US with its 'justification' for military intervention.and spooked the military out of over throwing him.
probably venezuelan ex pats forced out of venezuala due to the disastrous economic policies pursued by maduro and chavez before him.Shocking and disturbing accounts being reported at the Venezuelan embassy in Washington.
There is a pro-Gaudio mob trying to break-in and intimidate the occupants - police and secret service standing idly by.
You could very well be right. You would hardly condone it though would you?probably venezuelan ex pats forced out of venezuala due to the disastrous economic policies pursued by maduro and chavez before him.
Its hardly unprecedented for an embassy to be targeted like that, remember the british embassy in dublin was burnt after the bloody sunday shootings. Did not the guards stand by and allow the "mob" to vent their fury. its actually a similar situation in washington now.
It's politics and it's what countries have always done. Calling it "corporate" sounds silly in that it presents it is that teenaged socialist sort of anti-Capitalism way as it Capitalism is an ideology and countries only started exploiting each other for money after the international banking system emerged.Its hard to see what else.
I agree but that's not the reason the country is a basket case. This is a good summary of the modern crisis, started by Chavez in 1998. Remember that he was a former General who stages a failed Coup attempt a few years before that so his democratic credentials were always suspect.US intervention is certainly not for the interests and welfare of the Venezuelan people. It is certainly not for the interests of democracy.