More than 30 days after the self-proclamation of Juan Guaido as “Interim President” of Venezuela, and due to the circus style of the US foreign policy supporting this operation, a movement, some people might call it an epidemic is reaching several countries.
In Colombia Alejandro Munoz proclaimed himself President last Tuesday February 26th. In the US, citizen Jon Gold posted a video on Youtube proclaiming himself President of the US last February the 7th and he already announced a list of decisions we believe many US citizens will support.
Simultaneously in Brazil, Jose de Abreu, proclaimed himself President of that country on February 26th and already has a Minister of Education and his Wikipedia page design.
Última hora! Colombia tiene nuevo presidente, el auto proclamado Alejandro Muñoz, es el nuevo mandatario de los colombianos, se espera en próximas horas gran respaldo internacional#DuqueNoMeRepresenta pic.twitter.com/CIogz3TQZ3
— Alberto Ortiz Galind (@lbertoortiz) February 26, 2019
— #ZéDeAbreuPresidenteDoBrasil (@avodotf63) March 1, 2019
Brasil también tiene su “autoproclamado”: se llama José de Abreu y se hace llamar “presidente” https://t.co/dMRYZNoHRd #Brasil #Venezuela #26Feb #PueblosRespaldanAVenezuela #TrumpHandsOffVenezuela #HandsOffVenezuela
— Ernesto Villegas P. (@VillegasPoljak) February 26, 2019
For more details you can visit Brazil Wire to learn more about the Brazilian new revolution.
Trump already recognized him:
The new self-proclaimed president of Brazil Der neue selbsternannte Präsident von Brasilien Новый самопровозглашенный президент Бразилии #BrasilAoLadoDeTodos #Brazil @zehdeabreu pic.twitter.com/rcHlL0YoyO
— TrueTrapper (@TrueTrapper) February 27, 2019
Understanding that this might become a trend worldwide (#ISelfProclaimPresident) we promise to update this post in order to cover any new president that follows the example of the “heroic” Juan Guaido. It does not matter if you have the support of the US government — what matters the most is the support of the people.
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