Venezuela Under Siege

This prediction is unfolding. Please pray for better days in Venezuela.  With the opposition in military garb one has to ask where this goes next? The Spirits opinion of the man is clear.

Next for Venezuela   “War is brewing.. South America in discord.”

“That fool of a leader in Venezuela is unwilling to curve his direction.. they will demand is removal.. there is a united front to oust the Venezuelan president.. war is brewing.” — Spirits Voice

24 thoughts on “Venezuela Under Siege

  1. Wow, praying for Venezuelans. Glad the forces there are uniting against the President. There seems to be a lot of this, “Rewriting of the Constitution”, all over the world lately. Almost as if they want to instill dictatorships.

  2. I remember reading in a science magazine of America’s concern that the previous Venezuelan President Chavez was refusing America access to the huge lake of Lithium in Venezuela. It was within that same year that Chavez died mysteriously. CIA perhaps?

  3. A country divided:
    Unfortunately middle class who for 17 years made Venezuela dependent on oil and created deep poverty are the half of or less than half, of population that are against Maduro. I do not trust western media to be fair in its reporting.
    Most articles I read in western news never has area to comment because the truth would spill out .

    Anyway a less biased view on the matter :

    And check out book Chavez gave President Obama : open veins of Latin America

    Dictatorship is over good but neither is the suffocation of poor under capitalists butts for centuries.

    1. You’re definitely right about that last sentence. I wish there was a better way to govern that not only had democracy, but also kept corporations and the ‘rich few’ from having too much control over the government.

      In America, many politicians–maybe even most–are from wealthy backgrounds. (Probably another reason many politicians seem to come from the same families).

      I don’t mean any disrespect to wealthy people because many are good people…but it doesn’t really make sense that hardly any middle-class or poor people are politicians, considering they would know and understand the struggles of most Americans, since most Americans fall into the middle-and-poorer classes.

      I guess no system is perfect yet, but I definitely prefer democracy to dictatorship. We have a lot to do to make politics more fair, but we can do it.

  4. It sounds like it’s really rough there. I read a Christiane Amanpour story yesterday about middle class mothers not being able to find supplies and food for their children. I was going to post it yesterday but was diverted. If anyone else sees a good story link on this, they might post it. It sounds pretty dire at the moment.

      1. Does anyone know if there is a person that would replace their president?
        Unfortunately I believe we are in a time where presidents/dictators, etc. will not step aside simply because they don’t want to and are willing to allow innocent bloodshed to happen in order to stay in their roles.

  5. Eric,SWC,
    URENA, Venezuela/CUCUTA, Colombia (Reuters) – Desperate Venezuelans asked on Wednesday how they would gain access to U.S. food and medicine aid due to arrive via the Colombia border after President Nicolas Maduro’s government blocked the frontier crossing to any humanitarian shipments.

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