Venezuela’s Oil Enough for World’s 30 Year Energy Needs — Covert Geopolitics – February 3, 2019

The long bankrupt fiat financial system is pushing the Deep State to target Venezuela for the latter’s natural resources that dwarfs that of its satellite province Saudi Arabia. However, the age old pretext of “defending democracy” will not fly anymore as the rest of the world no longer tolerate any of these baseless external interference into peaceful countries, which eventually makes failed states out of them.

One can argue that both Russia and China are just protecting their interests in Venezuela when they expressly warned the US intelligence and military to not intervene in the domestic affairs of the targeted country, their mode of cooperation does benefit directly the Venezuelans and is still very much preferable over the many decades of one-sided Deep State plunder of Venezuelan resources, and Latin America at large, prior to the rise of Hugo Chavez…..Read more & video: “US meddling in Latin America: What CNN never let Rick Sanchez report” (11:41)

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Abby Martin Busts Open Myths on Venezuela’s Food Crisis: ‘Shelves Fully Stocked’(Video clips) – July 20, 2017

Abby Martin Busts Open Myths on Venezuela’s Food Crisis: ‘Shelves Fully Stocked’

 

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Martin discovers that while there are shortages, these are a product of an “economic war.”

In her latest Empire Files episode, acclaimed journalist Abby Martin exposes the media bias behind “distorted” depictions of Venezuela’s food and political crisis.

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As part of the episode “Abby Martin in Venezuela – Supermarkets to Black Markets,” Martin enters local grocery stores, big and small, with hidden cameras to see if they are completely out of stock — as they are commonly depicted by mainstream media.

She notes, “We just went to five different supermarkets and the shelves were fully stocked. And this is all type of neighborhoods, all types of classes. From Nestle chocolates to coco cola products, fish, meat, vegetables and fruits.”

Speaking with Venezuelan economist Pascualina Curzio, Martin discovers that while there are food shortages in Venezuela, these are a product of an “economic war.”…

 

Read more & video clips at: Galactic Connection