CTU-Venezuela-Chicago Tribune: Disrupt US Labor and Overthrow Venezuelan Government

By Frank Chapman Yesterday, (Aug. 19, 2019), there was an article in the Chicago Tribune written by Hannah Leon entitled

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The Hong Kong Protests are an Attack on Socialism

There’s a tendency among progressives in the United States to support big crowds of people protesting in other countries. No

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USA vs. Venezuela: The Embargo as Part of a War With No Turning Back (Interview – Julio Escalona)

The total embargo declared by Donald Trump against Venezuela is another step in sharpening his strategy to generate chaos in

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NPR Shreds Ethics Handbook to Normalize Regime Change in Venezuela

By Lucas Koerner The Reagan administration in 1982 coerced National Public Radio (NPR) to cover more favorably the US terrorist war then

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Venezuela: Disturbing Echoes of History

By Maria Paez Victor Amidst the cacophony of misinformation about Venezuela there are three key questions that need answers: 1)

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Documentary “Venezuela: The Failed Coup” by British Filmmaker Ahmed Kaballo Premieres on YouTube

British journalist and audiovisual producer Ahmed Kaballo premiered the documentary Venezuela: The Failed Coup on YouTube, which denounces the coup

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New US Sanctions: 10 People and 13 Entities in Different Countries

The sanctions are related to alleged corruption in contracts with the Venezuelan Government, including the CLAP food assistance program. “They

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The Plasticity of Human Rights

By Greg Godels US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and the State Department have taken on the task of researching

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Rise and Fall of Guaidó: Six Months After the Self-Proclamation

This July 23 marks six months of the self – proclamation of the “president in charge”: Crowded concerts, covert meetings,

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Washington: Maduro has a “Short Term” to Leave Power

Washington said that if he did not, the Latin American president could face international justice and more sanctions. The US

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