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Nicolás Maduro’s Plan For Venezuela Adds Bewilderment To Despair

23 November 1962 (age 55) Caracas, Venezuela

Nicolás Maduro’s Plan For Venezuela Adds Bewilderment To Despair

http://todayvenezuela.com/2018/08/27/nicolas-maduros-plan-for-venezuela-adds-bewilderment-to-despair/

Some carry their earthly possessions in suitcases or backpacks, others plastic bags containing water and snacks for the long journey ahead. All share a dogged determination to escape.

“Food became so expensive that for months we weren’t able to eat three meals a day,” says Harry Flores, 41, who has been queuing for nine days with his family in the hope of boarding a bus to Peru.

When he does secure those seats, Flores, an unemployed computer engineer who sold his car to bankroll the trip, will join a historic exodus from what was once one of South America’s wealthiest and most stable societies.

The UN estimates that 2.3 million Venezuelans have fled since 2015 with Colombian authorities predicting 2 million more could follow by 2020. That would mean some 4.3 million people – 14% of Venezuela’s population – had taken flight.

Hundreds more made it into Peru through its northwestern border on Saturday despite new rules preventing Venezuelan migrants from entering without passports, which many lack because of the upheaval in their country. “We must act humanely with this vulnerable population,” said Abel Chiroque, the local ombudsman.

The New Stupidity Of Maduro That Will Sink Venezuela Even Further

http://todayvenezuela.com/2018/09/03/the-new-stupidity-of-maduro-that-will-sink-venezuela-even-further/

This week Peruvian journalist Jaime Bayly made a video that went viral on social media, which includes a spectacular editorial, in which he serves up a devastating tragicomic presentation of the dictator (at this point categorizing him as a dictator would be a compliment) Nicolás Maduro.

Faced with such unusual delirium, Bayly has problems of expression. We do not know where to start, or what words to choose to plot the delirious recommendations and suggestions of the disciple of Hugo Chávez.

The same thing that is happening to me now…the difficult task of describing the indescribable.

Just a few days ago, Maduro had already doomed to death the new national currency, from which he had removed five zeros. On that occasion, and as a show of ridiculous power, the impromptu despot said he had “10 times more bills than necessary” to flood the Venezuelan economy, as if this were something moderately virtuous.

But, although it seems impossible, Maduro has outdone even this.

After the Bolivarian “monetary reconversion”, now comes the “magic” Chavista invention: the policy of “zero kills zero” with the fixation of “all prices.”

Before his colleagues and the television cameras, Maduro said that he discovered “a magic formula through study and debate…it’s something we are creating, what we’re doing now in Venezuela, for the first time it’s being done in the economic history of the world. We are writing new history of the economy,” said the president of the Venezuelan tragedy.

Essentially, Maduro thinks that he discovered a new conceptual theoretical framework, that by magic, (as he himself said) is going to solve the hyperinflation, the shortages, and the total economic disaster of the country.

In addition to blaming the private sector for the tragedy that Chavismo holds solely responsible, Maduro has given himself the luxury of advancing some aspects of his master plan, unprecedented in the history of humanity, and his diligent studies in economics:

“Based on international standards and the anchoring of all prices to the petro…I am going to anchor the international prices via the petro, prices, and I have already anchored wages and income.”

https://www.bbc.com/news/av/world-latin-america-26845207/venezuela-violent-overnight-clashes-in-caracas

Venezuela arrests three generals

The Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has announced that three air force generals have been arrested, accused of plotting an uprising against his government.

https://www.bbc.com/news/av/world-latin-america-26743906/venezuela-arrests-three-generals-for-anti-government-plot

Nicolás Maduro Moros

23 November 1962 (age 55)  Caracas, Venezuela

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nicolás_Maduro

Since coming to power three years ago, Mr. Maduro has relied increasingly on the armed forces as a spiraling economic crisis pushed his approval ratings to record lows and food shortages led to lootings. ... The armed forces have swiftly repressed all opposition rallies as well as the food riots that flare up daily across the country.

.Maduro has been married twice. His first marriage was to Adriana Guerra Angulo, with whom he had his only son, Nicolás Maduro Guerra. Maduro Guerra, also known as "Nicolasito", was appointed to several senior government posts: Chief of the Presidency's Special Inspectors Body, head of the National Film School, and a seat in the National Assembly.

He later married Cilia Flores, a lawyer and politician who replaced Maduro as President of the National Assembly in August 2006, when he resigned to become Minister of Foreign Affairs, becoming the first woman to serve as President of the National Assembly. The two had been in a romantic relationship since the 1990s when Flores was Hugo Chávez's lawyer following the 1992 Venezuelan coup d'état attempts] and were married in July 2013 months after Maduro became president. While they have no children together, Maduro has three step-children from his wife's first marriage to Walter Ramón Gavidia; Walter Jacob, Yoswel, and Yosser.

Cilia Flores

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cilia_Flores

Nicolás Maduro Guerra

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nicolás_Maduro_Guerra

Nicolás Ernesto Maduro Guerra   21 June 1990 (age 28)  Venezuela

Maduro Guerra is married to Grysell Torres and has two daughters; one born in 2007 and the other born in 2014.

Nicolás Maduro’s photos

https://www.google.com/search?q=Nicolás+Maduro’s&client=opera&hs=LIh&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjR3PvKiaDdAhVGb1AKHWCTAAgQsAR6BAgEEAE&biw=1859&bih=896



Violent Fascism In Nicaragua And Venezuela: Interview With Fernando Bossi

http://todayvenezuela.com/2018/08/22/violent-fascism-in-nicaragua-and-venezuela-interview-with-fernando-bossi/

Today we are witnessing a worldwide upsurge of fascism, with fascist parties and rulers in power in some places, such as Trump in the United States, Modi in India, Duarte in the Philippines and Erdogan in Turkey. Are there connections between the protests in Nicaragua and Venezuela and this global wave of fascism?



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