The start of a war

No one is interested in real social problems happening. Their worries have to do with worrying about Tristan Thompson and Jordyn woods. Anything relating to the drama in the media.

There’s a crisis happening with South America. Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro accused the U.S. government of trying to fabricate a crisis to start a war in South America

Maduro said, “Everything that the United States government has done has been doomed to failure.”

In other perspectives the Brazilian vice president has said there is no chance his country would allow the US military to use its territory to invade neighboring Venezuela. 

On Monday, President Trump called on the military to abandon Mr. Maduro and allow the aid in or “lose everything.”

Mr. Maduro has said Venezuela is not a country of “beggars” and does not need the aid. But once-prosperous Venezuela is reeling from its worst economic crisis in history, with deep-seated hunger, shortages and hyperinflation that Mr. Maduro’s opponents have blamed on corruption and mismanagement.

The Maduro regime is authoritarian, militarised, and ready to kill civilians to maintain power. The society is bitterly divided between the revolutionaries, inspired by Hugo Chavez, Maduro’s predecessor, and a large and aggrieved opposition. Each side despises the other.


The U.S. condemns the attacks on civilians in
Venezuela perpetrated by Maduro’s thugs. These attacks have resulted in deaths and injuries. Our deepest sympathies to the families of those who have died due to these criminal acts. We join their demand for justice.

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