‘I Am Just Another Soldier’: Maduro Trains to Fight U.S. Troops in Venezuela

Maduro kept presenting recordings on his web based life account Thursday of the Venezuelan military, asserting that they are set up for any approaching intrusion. While most recordings don’t single out a specific foe of his routine, he and his sidekicks have over and again blamed the United States for plotting to kill him and attack the nation.

In October, for instance, senior communist routine pioneer Diosdado Cabello announced on his TV program Con el Mazo Dando (“Hitting with the Mallet”) that “Our Armed Forces, I accept, are set up to oppose those assaults of the North American dominion and of the European Union, since they have an incredible heart.”

Maduro additionally held “non military personnel military” practices in 2017 to get ready for an approaching U.S. attack. State media communicate pictures of untrained, more established regular citizen men endeavoring to creep in sand, swing on huge ropes, and run through a tire impediment course, asserting that more than one million regular citizens experienced the “preparation.”

This week, confronting an approaching shipment of nourishment and medicinal guide for the Venezuelan individuals from Washington, Maduro guaranteed tolerating the guide is permit a U.S. military attack of Venezuela.

“No one will enter Venezuela, not by any means a solitary attacking warrior. We don’t fear the dangers of the American realm,” he said. “We reveal to Donald Trump as a people of harmony that we don’t fear him by any means. Trump’s announcement is criminal and compromising, entirely unfortunate that the Venezuelan right cheers him with a gringo banner. ”

Maduro has up until this point, at press time, prevailing with regards to obstructing the helpful guide shipments, as of now in the bordertown of Cúcuta, Colombia. Warriors faithful to Maduro utilized freight cars and gas trailers to obstruct the extension that associates Cúcuta to Venezuela’s Táchira state, leaving the hundreds stranded in Venezuela sitting tight for sustenance with hardly a penny.

Maduro started posting recordings of himself with the military in the repercussions of President Juan Guaidó taking office on January 23. Maduro cases to be leader of Venezuela since he “won” a presidential decision in May 2018 in which he prohibited restriction applicants from running and more than 80 percent of the nation swore off casting a ballot. The Venezuelan constitution expects residents to quickly supplant a president who damages human rights or breaks with the establishment of agent popular government. Following that order, the National Assembly confirmed Guaidó as president a month ago.

Guaidó has guaranteed any fighter that deserts from Maduro reprieve from being striven for any human rights infringement they may have submitted while following Maduro’s requests, according to a National Assembly law planned to strip Maduro of control of the military. Maduro has reacted with a progression of recordings taking an interest in military activities, the first demonstrating Maduro endeavoring to run with troops in preparing.


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  1. I for the life of me can not understand people who point to Venezuela and claimed that it’s Progressive Government is a failure.
    It has achieved it’s progressive goal. All forms of socialism have the same goal. Doesn’t matter if it’s communist. Or the laughable claim of being democratic which there is no such thing as a socialist government being democratic. (Sidenote) , the loss of free speech, the removal of free press, which is practiced in the UE is proof in and of it’s self.

  2. Your comment is right on the mark. This guy has severe flatulence of the cerebrum caused by his blind envy & hatred of the greatest country in human history. Incredible how many tin horn dictators from Latin America were former bus drivers. Weird! I guess they graduate from mistreating a bunch of poor people at their mercy as bus-riders to becoming full-fledged commies & ruining their entire respective countries. I dealt with the uber-evil Manuel Noriega when I worked with the American Embassy in Panama. However, Noriega was never a bus driver as far as I know.

  3. In the photo the military personnel providing the welcome are wearing old gear & equipment provided years ago by one of the U.S.A.’s military assistance programs. It would be laughable if not for the fact that Maduro is doing so much harm to Venezuela & neighboring countries. What a massive buffoon.

  4. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣. Hey Maduro. Why would Americans care. As long as you and your cronies keep your country in turmoil the U.S. is the largest exporter of oil and natural gas in the world. We’ll just sit around a wait for the Venezuelans to drag you and you thugs out into the streets. It’s going to happen and the U.S. has nothing to do with it and it won’t be pretty.

  5. Wasnt the same thing said in the middle east years ago just before the 100 hour war hit them? You think the soviets would give them the new tech they have so it could be lost in an invasion? Its sad that they put a border wall up to keep people IN.

  6. Where is Sean Penn when he is really needed?
    Hey Sean, how about going back to Venezuela and talking some sense into this jerk?
    Oh, that’s right, you believe in the same stuff, don’t you?
    Well then, why don’t you go back there anyway and bolster his spirits?
    Maybe, if we’re lucky, you’ll be right there when the big one hits?

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