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Bay of Pigs2.0, Guaidó and US mercenaries

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posted on May, 7 2020 @ 04:20 AM
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We shouldn´t forget that there still are other dirty games played while Event201:

Venezuela: Contract between opposition politician Guaidó and US mercenary company revealed
New details on involvement of self-appointed interim president after failed paramilitary and US mercenary invasion in Venezuela

Caracas. The Venezuelan government believes that leading opposition politician and member of the National Assembly, Juan Guaidó, has signed a contract with US private security firm Silvercorp to include military actions to overthrow President Nicolás Maduro's government. This was confirmed by the Vice President for Communication, Tourism and Culture, Jorge Rodriguez, in a press conference broadcast from the Miraflores Presidential Palace.

Copies of a suspected agreement have been circulating on the Internet for days, showing the signatures of Guaidó, the security company's owner, Jordan Goudreau, and other people who have been responsible for the plans to overthrow the country since early 2019. Goudreau is a former, multi-decorated member of the U.S. Army's Special Forces operating in Afghanistan and Iraq.

Venezuelan journalist Patricia Poleo, who takes a critical stance on President Nicolás Maduro's government, published a few days ago information about a relationship between Venezuela's opposition leader and Silvercorp. In a recent interview on the Factores De Poder news channel in Miami, she asked the owner of Silvercorp, who confirmed the authenticity of the contract.

Guaidó, who had proclaimed himself interim president in early 2019, had his environment denied a connection to the US mercenary company. A "Declaration by the Legitimate Government of Venezuela" states that there is no link between Guaidó and Silvercorp. According to research by the U.S. news agency Associated Press, among others, this connection did exist and dates back to February 2019. At the time, Goudreau was hired as security officer for the concert on the Colombian-Venezuelan border that Guaidó had organized with the help of the British billionaire Richard Branson and which was intended to mobilize a movement to overthrow the Maduro government.

An explanation for these contradicting statements could lie in the fact that Guaidó and the paramilitary putsch forces in Colombian training camps later split up. It is striking that the information that embarrasses Guaidó comes from the ranks that are also working to overthrow Maduro. In an interview with Factores De Poder, Silvercorp's owner reported that the contract with Guaidó had pledged $ 213 million in funding for coup activities. Ultimately, however, these funds were not received.

The Venezuelan government, however, wants to prove that the connection will continue until the failed paramilitary invasion last weekend. For this purpose, at the press conference, Minister of Communication Rodriguez provided, among other things, audio recordings of a conversation between Guaidó, the commissioner Sergio Vergara and Goudreau, who have the joint plans on the subject. However, these sources could not yet be evaluated independently.

Guaidó, however, persistently describes[/url ] the weekend's attempted invasion as "staged by Maduro". At the same time, he [url=https://twitter.com/Presidencia_VE/status/1257450344587636738]urged the authorities to respect the human rights of those arrested in the paramilitary enterprise. Guaidó also makes Maduro responsible for "the chaos" in the South American country. "Maduro means chaos," says the self-proclaimed interim president. To reaffirm, Guaidó lists other events that occurred almost simultaneously with the attempted invasion at the border: a bloody prison revolt with 45 deaths in Guanare in the state of Portuguesa, armed clashes in the poor district of Petare in Caracas and a widespread power cut in several states of the country. Only the formation of a "national emergency government, as it is supported by 40 countries around the world" can end the chaos. In doing so, Guaidó is referring to the US government's recent initiative to overthrow Maduro.
(translated via Google translate)
Amerika21 (german)

Couldn´t find something about this here and just wanted to leave it for information purposes.




posted on May, 7 2020 @ 05:14 AM
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Did you read this?


Once again there was a wild robber gun in Venezuela. A conflict with the United States has been smoldering for many years because Venezuela has huge oil reserves, but their extraction is only worthwhile if the oil price is relatively high. So the United States first put pressure on the Saudis to produce more oil and then launched their fracking revolution to keep the price of oil artificially low, at the expense of the health of its own population if need be.

There were also coup attempts (one happened to have a BBC camera team on site and kept it up, the film is called "The revolution will not be televised") and, like Castro, all adventurous attempts to murder President Chavez. Only oil prices have really had an impact. In the end, Chavez died mysteriously and suddenly of cancer, in an action reminiscent of the Polonium of the Russians from the outside.

Since then, his protege Maduro has been reigning, but no longer has the oil income to really continue Chavez's programs. In Venezuela there is a small white elite that mercilessly exploits the rest of the population, the poor indigenous people, and which also owns the media. Chavez had taken the oil production away from them and nationalized it and countered their TV stations with a public TV station.

Western reporting on Venezuela is largely shaped by the allegations and allegations made by Venezuela's elite media and the US propaganda machine. That doesn't mean Maduro is a successful president, but if the government in Venezuela claims to have prevented a coup attempt, that's about three orders of magnitude more credible than if the United States had a "counter-president" established and its vassal states forced to quickly recognize him, because Maduro is supposed to be illegitimate.

Anyway, what happened now? Maduro announced that he had mobilized 25,000 soldiers because of an attempted invasion by the United States. That sounds completely absurd, but it turns out: he puffs it up for his propaganda, but the key message is correct.

A Florida veteran, Jordan Goudreau, had said before Maduro's speech that he had worked with the two arrested Americans on a mission to "liberate" Venezuela. They are also former US soldiers with whom he served in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Technically speaking, this was actually an attempted invasion involving US soldiers.

Goudreau initially added that he had made a pact with the US-backed opposition leader Juan Guaidó to overthrow Maduro. However, Guaidó never complied with the agreement. Nevertheless, Goudreau claims to be advancing with an underfunded operation involving almost 60 fighters, including the two U.S. veterans. Guaidó, however, denied any involvement.

It just doesn't look like the US government was involved. It was just another free spinning Florida Man with his private army.

Translated by google.



posted on May, 7 2020 @ 05:45 AM
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a reply to: DerBeobachter

Bay of Chuckles 1.0.


The reality is that this involved disgruntled Venezuelan military, former police, deserters, political opponents of the Maduro government, and was training in Colombia, and somehow thought that by landing two boats — one in Macuto, right next to the major airport and port, and the other one in Chuao in the state of Aragua — that they would somehow manage to get to Caracas and capture Maduro and install a new government. It is almost fictional.

U.S. Mercenaries Captured in Venezuela After Failed Coup Attempt Compared to a “Bad Rambo Movie”

"Almost" fictional? Good one!
I wanna know the names of these boats, could be Terror and Erebus.




posted on May, 7 2020 @ 07:42 AM
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originally posted by: ManFromEurope
"In Venezuela there is a small white elite that mercilessly exploits the rest of the population, the poor indigenous people, and which also owns the media."

OK, kids, this sentence is key. A few years back, I read that the Venezuelan upper classes were going to overthrow the Socialist government by shutting down the economy. They would simply not use their collective wealth to provide jobs, commerce, any manner of economic norms that inject money into the system. They'd just head off to Spain, and wait for the cookie to crumble.

...and here we are today. Think I can find any reference to that scheme? Nopers. Suspicious about that fact? Yup.



posted on May, 7 2020 @ 08:14 AM
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a reply to: DerBeobachter
There is a $15,000,000 bounty placed on Maduro by the US for running a narco state and to face drug trafficking charges. I'm sure that bounty was at least in the back of these guys minds.



posted on May, 7 2020 @ 08:16 AM
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originally posted by: Meniscus
a reply to: DerBeobachter
There is a $15,000,000 bounty placed on Maduro by the US for running a narco state and to face drug trafficking charges. I'm sure that bounty was at least in the back of these guys minds.

Isn't the real charge "Possession of petroleum without intent to give it to Big Oil"?



posted on May, 7 2020 @ 08:23 AM
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Or after 20 years of fighting there are a lot of folks with skills that have no place in the civilian side of things and some believed their own hype and tried to do what they thought was some good, and it turns out their skills didnt translate to what they hoped.

Or yea we can immediately believe the US is at the same time hopelessly incompetent and behind every single dirty shady thing going on in the world today.



posted on May, 7 2020 @ 08:38 AM
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a reply to: JohnnyCanuck
Given the current oil price and the fact the US is now an oil exporter. Big Oil as you say would actually increase profits if Venezuela stopped production. The fact that the US can now be a major influence on oil prices through production doesn't correlate well with your statement.

Forbes article about how Venezuela managed it's oil industry



posted on May, 7 2020 @ 09:23 AM
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originally posted by: JohnnyCanuck

originally posted by: ManFromEurope
"In Venezuela there is a small white elite that mercilessly exploits the rest of the population, the poor indigenous people, and which also owns the media."

OK, kids, this sentence is key. A few years back, I read that the Venezuelan upper classes were going to overthrow the Socialist government by shutting down the economy. They would simply not use their collective wealth to provide jobs, commerce, any manner of economic norms that inject money into the system. They'd just head off to Spain, and wait for the cookie to crumble.

...and here we are today. Think I can find any reference to that scheme? Nopers. Suspicious about that fact? Yup.


How can you blame the current economic situation in Venezuela on "white elites"? Any successful businesses and industries in Venezuela were nationalized and then mismanaged by the government. To blame "White Elites" for a Socialist Governments own mismanagement after taking over these industries is a false premise. After nationalizing so many businesses and industries who would invest in Venezuela? Nobody would. These companies have to invest huge amounts of capital up front to build a business in Venezuela only to have everything confiscated after it becomes successful. Then the Venezuelan socialist government doesn't reinvest in infastructure to support the future of its nationalized industries and syphons off any profits to the government. I'm not even going to get into how these companies are invited by Venezuela to do business there. Simply because Venezuela doesn't seem to have the knowledge and resources to start these industries without help.



posted on May, 7 2020 @ 09:43 AM
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originally posted by: Meniscus

originally posted by: JohnnyCanuck

originally posted by: ManFromEurope
"In Venezuela there is a small white elite that mercilessly exploits the rest of the population, the poor indigenous people, and which also owns the media."

OK, kids, this sentence is key. A few years back, I read that the Venezuelan upper classes were going to overthrow the Socialist government by shutting down the economy. They would simply not use their collective wealth to provide jobs, commerce, any manner of economic norms that inject money into the system. They'd just head off to Spain, and wait for the cookie to crumble.

...and here we are today. Think I can find any reference to that scheme? Nopers. Suspicious about that fact? Yup.

To blame "White Elites" for a Socialist Governments own mismanagement after taking over these industries is a false premise. After nationalizing so many businesses and industries who would invest in Venezuela?

You miss my premise. I read that this would deliberately be engineered to topple the government and take the resources out of the hands of the people...and now we see the process at work. As far as who would do business with a socialist government...seem to have no problems working with the Chinese and they're just a mite to the left, eh?

I'm no economist, but I can read.



posted on May, 7 2020 @ 10:09 AM
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originally posted by: JohnnyCanuck

originally posted by: Meniscus

originally posted by: JohnnyCanuck

originally posted by: ManFromEurope
"In Venezuela there is a small white elite that mercilessly exploits the rest of the population, the poor indigenous people, and which also owns the media."

OK, kids, this sentence is key. A few years back, I read that the Venezuelan upper classes were going to overthrow the Socialist government by shutting down the economy. They would simply not use their collective wealth to provide jobs, commerce, any manner of economic norms that inject money into the system. They'd just head off to Spain, and wait for the cookie to crumble.

...and here we are today. Think I can find any reference to that scheme? Nopers. Suspicious about that fact? Yup.

To blame "White Elites" for a Socialist Governments own mismanagement after taking over these industries is a false premise. After nationalizing so many businesses and industries who would invest in Venezuela?

You miss my premise. I read that this would deliberately be engineered to topple the government and take the resources out of the hands of the people...and now we see the process at work. As far as who would do business with a socialist government...seem to have no problems working with the Chinese and they're just a mite to the left, eh?

I'm no economist, but I can read.


Venezuela doesn't seem to need any help furthering the process they are doing it on there own.



posted on May, 8 2020 @ 01:13 AM
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originally posted by: Meniscus
a reply to: DerBeobachter
There is a $15,000,000 bounty placed on Maduro by the US for running a narco state and to face drug trafficking charges. I'm sure that bounty was at least in the back of these guys minds.


LOL . You really think the US is gonna hand 15 mill to anyone …. ever ?
pffft ….

How about the Pakistani doctor who pinpointed bin laden …
think he's rich now .. after sharing the non existent 50 million bounty ?

NO …. he's in prison , forever, in Pakistan for believing in fairy tales



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