by Jonathan Azaziah
Hard to believe that it’s been 4 years to the day already. Ever seen animations of hypothetical scenarios in which giant meteors collide with Earth and leave unprecedented ruin in their wake? Metaphorically speaking, that’s what took place on March 5th, 2013 when Hugo Rafael Chavez Frias, the father of Venezuela’s Bolivarian Revolution and among the most important, successful and paradigm-shattering revolutionaries of the last century, departed from this plane of existence. His passing, or, more appropriately and accurately, MARTYRDOM, left a gaping hole in the fabric of the worldwide struggle against Zio-Imperialism and an even bigger tear in the heart of humanity. As official stories go, it’s said that El Comandante died of cancer. On the surface of course, that is the case. ***HOW*** the founder and ever-enduring source of Chavismo contracted the disease though is a different matter entirely. Even before his death, Chavez repeatedly accused the US ZOG of poisoning him and other Latin American leaders with cancer. Continue reading El Comandante Hugo Chavez Has Been Gone 4 Years Now But He Still Thunders Triumphantly In Our Hearts
by Jonathan Azaziah
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past two decades, you should be well-aware that the American ZOG has been waging war on the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela. The Bush regime tried and failed to dislodge Hugo Chavez. The Obama regime couldn’t hack it either, nor could it overthrow El Comandante’s successor, Nicolas Maduro. Which brings us to the new era of Donald J. Trump, aka President Supercilious Orange, a new era that isn’t exactly any different from the old era. The politically incorrect, comically spray-tanned billionaire, who promised the Venezuelan Gusano community in South Florida that he would take even harsher actions against Chavismo than Obama, has barely even moved into the Oval Office and has already put “regime change” in Caracas high on his foreign policy agenda. Continue reading Trump Regime Meets Wife Of NED-CIA Stooge Leopoldo Lopez, Lays Groundwork For New Color Revolution In Venezuela
by Jonathan Azaziah
All eyes should be on the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela. In Mouqawamah Music’s analysis of Trump’s defeat of Zio-Killary Clinton, we suggested that what Supercilious Orange promised World Zionism to push him over the edge as the preferred candidate and secure the presidency was delivering the revolutionary government in Caracas on a bloody, silver platter. Sure enough, just a few weeks after Trump claimed the Oval office, he chose ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson as his pick for Secretary of State, a rabid anti-Bolivarian fanatic who had been in conflict with both El Comandante Hugo Chavez (RIP) and Nicolas Maduro.
Mouqawamah Music’s harsh follow-up analysis on Trump, his family history and his repugnant cabinet delved deep into Tillerson’s hostilities against Venezuela–including his subversive attempts to start a war for oil between the Bolivarian Republic and Guyana in ’15–along with the neocon Homeland Security head John Kelly who delusionally thinks Hizbullah and Iran are using Latin America (Venezuela especially) as a base for drug running. And now here we are, not even a month into Trump’s reign, and the aggression against Venezuela has begun in earnest with a new set of sanctions targeting Vice President Tareck El Aissami, Syrian-Lebanese Druze revolutionary, prominent defender of the Palestinian cause and longtime Chavista. The American regime is ridiculously and offensively calling Venezuela’s second-in-command a “drug kingpin” and has baselessly accused him of “playing a significant role in international narcotics trafficking.” Continue reading Trump-Tillerson-Kelly War On Venezuela Begins: US Regime Puts New Sanctions On Bolivarian VP Tareck El Aissami, Falsely Labels Him “Drug Kingpin”
by Jonathan Azaziah
Get to know the man, get to love the man. #RIPHugo #HappyBirthdayComandante #LongLiveChavez
The foiled coup attempt was sponsored by the United States and directed from Washington, according to Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro announced that authorities foiled a US-sponsored attempt to overthrow him. Continue reading Venezuela Foils US-Sponsored Coup Attempt – Maduro
The West keeps calling dictators those leaders who are raising cultural, healthcare and educational standards, Che Guevara’s daughter Aleida told RT, adding that her father would certainly give a hand to those changing peoples’ lives for the better.
RT: Miss Guevara, it’s a pleasure to see you here in Moscow again.
Now, you once said once that your father’s ideas will last as long as there is injustice in the world. If your father was alive, what do you think would upset him the most today?
Aleida Guevara: Actually, I don’t really like having to deal with this sort of question about my father, who is not with us anymore. It’s difficult for me to speak for him or say what he would be doing. But judging by the speeches he made, by his personal notes and letters, I can say that he always cared a lot for his people and for the poor in particular. And I am convinced that he would be deeply concerned over what is happening in the Arab world now. He would definitely be thinking of ways to help. He was always respectful of people. And though he criticized socialism quite heavily, he had a lot of respect for the Soviet people, too. That’s why I believe he would have been deeply frustrated over what is going on between Russia and Ukraine – after all, these people have lived in harmony for so many years… That’s why all of this aggression looks so unnatural to us. So yes, I think my father would take a keen interest. Continue reading ‘West has no idea what a dictatorship is’ – Che Guevara’s daughter to RT
by Jesus Silva, Press TV
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro announced the creation of the National Bicentenario Workers’ Bank, which is the government’s biggest investment in the state-owned financial system. The bank will provide special financial services to the working class, women and members of the commune movement.
Maduro said the government is developing over 500 branches of the bank nationwide and more than 1,000 automatic teller machines for the National Bicentenario Workers’ Bank. Experts say the workers bank has an international significance. The Venezuelan president also approved the creation of a commission to oversee recovered, occupied or nationalized companies, improve productivity, and fight against economic warfare.
Continue reading Venezuelan president approves ‘Workers’ Bank’ amid rising inflation