Intimidation is a common practice of Socialist regimes.
Intimidation causes fear in people. It makes them pliable and makes them obedient.
On Saturday Caracas woke up to tanks, military vehicles and regime officials on the streets of Caracas. Socialist Tyrant Maduro ordered the military exercises in his latest attempt to intimidate his citizens.
The President interim Juan Guaidó made this statement in response to these intimidation tactics, “The rights of the people are not negotiated. They are demanded and defended.”
So far more than 180 people were killed bythe DGCIM, the military counterintelligence agency in Venezuela. Guaidó’s uncle is being held captive by these people.
In addition, the EU spokesperson Morgan Ortagus comdemned the arbitrary detention of Juan José Marquez (Guaido’s uncle) in a desperate act by the regime. The absurd charges against Marquez are typical of Maduro and his corrupt socialist associates. Marquez is one of hundreds of political prisoners in Venezuela.
While Michael McCaul Lead Republican of @houseforeigngop posted: The arbitrary detention of Juan Guaido’s uncle is the latest in a long list of disturbing human rights abuses perpetrated by the illegitimate Maduro regime. I call for the immediate release of Juan Jose Marquez and all political prisoners.
“The arbitrary detention of @jguaido’s uncle is the latest in a long list of disturbing human rights abuses perpetrated by the illegitimate Maduro regime. I call for the immediate release of Juan Jose Marquez and all political prisoners.” -LR @RepMcCaul https://t.co/cBqS3869lx
— House Foreign Affairs Committee Majority (@HouseForeignGOP) February 13, 2020
In Socialist Mode
As a result of President Guaidó’s very successful international tour, Socialist tyrant Maduro is making the wrong decisions in the brutal style. For instance, the general Raúl Baduel and the coronel Oswaldo García were taken from the prision site in Fuerte Tiuna and their fate is unknown.
In the next few days, new announcements are expected by the President in Charge Juan Guaido on the return to the streets in protests to demand freedom in Venezuela.
Meanwhile Maduro continues with threats.
Elda Primera is a Venezuelan journalist in exile. She is a journalist covering the Venezuelan crisis. She was a television and radio reporter for 19 years in Venezuela before fleeing the country late last year. Currently, Elda continues to write about the Venezuelan conflict. Elda is an expert on the dangers of socialism. She is committed to freedom of expression and the restitution of democracy for a better wor
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