It’s been a year since Juan Guaidó began his US-anointed mandate as “interim president” of Venezuela. A darker legacy is ignored by corporate media.
Even worse than being the “resistance” to Maduro is that Reuters has often made itself the “assistance” to politicians like Rubio.
Although Venezuela is hardly immune from state censorship, it is a gross distortion to claim the country is “now subject to frequent information blackouts.”
Is the New York Times repeating the Iraq reporting fiasco perpetrated by their star reporter Judith Miller on Venezuela? You be the judge.
Chavismo: The FAO said that Venezuela reduced the number of people suffering from malnutrition from 13.5 percent to 5 percent & credited government-run supermarkets & nutrition programs created by Chávez.
With pro-war governments it is always difficult to get the truth out to the population at large. The same is true with the drum beats to war with Venezuela.
I was amazed at how fluidly we tied the story of America’s involvement in Venezuela with local politics on the Tamara for Georgia weekly panel.
The Venezuela story serves two purposes that feed off of each other. Millennials and other Americans are realizing that the current economy is extractive on most.
The attacks on Bernie Sanders that have little to do with contrasting economic, social, criminal, and racial justice policies will be the demise of many candidates fairly early.
Unfortunately we have never gotten the real story about Venezuela from our media in the United States. In the process it hurts all.