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Anti-Venezuela Imperialists admit that "Opposition is Fragmenting"

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    Following the tremendous victory of the Venezuelan government party last week, which won 18 out of 23 governorships in a nationwide vote, the so called "opposition" has collapsed into infighting and recriminations.

    The vote shows that although riots and acts of terrorism commissioned by the CIA and carried out by drug dealers are lapped up by the Western Media, the vast majority of Venezuelans support their government and reject US backed terrorism.

    So much so that an imperialist group, which includes Canada, is now asking that the "international community," i.e. the US Régime and its lapdogs, should step up its efforts to isolate the Venezuelan people and inflict more suffering on them. Canada is not a real country, as we all know, but a sort of colonial backwater that seeks authentication by playing the part of willing running dog in any and every US \ English imperialist adventure. It's faggoty leader actually is an ideal representation of his disgraceful excuse for a state. We can only hope that the Native Americans will one day reconquer the place.

    In my view, President Maduro has done a wonderful job in very difficult circumstances. He may actually prove to be a better president than Chavez in the long run. I'm delighted to see that Muduro is clamping down hard on corruption, which Chavez tended to turn a blind eye to.

    Further isolation of Venezuela may be needed: Latin American group
     
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    President Maduro holds a book of the writings of Lenin


    Venezuela's Maduro dismisses default possibility on eve of debt talks



    CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said on Sunday the country would never default on its debt, a day before debt talks with creditors that will be overseen by two officials under sanction by the United States.

    Vice President Tareck El Aissami and Economy Minister Simon Zerpa will meet with creditors in Caracas on Monday, Maduro said, contradicting earlier reports that sanctioned officials would skip the meeting to reduce investor anxiety about attendance.

    “People have bet on Venezuela declaring default - never,” Maduro said during his weekly Sunday broadcast. “Default will never reach Venezuela. (We) will always have a clear strategy and right now that strategy is to renegotiate and refinance the foreign debt.”

    The talks are aimed at beginning to restructure about $60 billion in bonds.

    U.S. sanctions have made it practically impossible for Venezuela to refinance debt because U.S. banks cannot buy newly issued Venezuelan bonds. Restructuring talks are equally problematic because the sanctions bar investors from dealings with several officials on the newly appointed debt commission.
    Maduro’s vow to restructure and refinance in such an environment has left investors wondering if he is in fact preparing the groundwork for default.


    “Tomorrow we begin the first round of renegotiation and refinancing of Venezuela’s debt. It will be presided by our companion Tareck El Aissami ... and the presidential commission that I have assigned to this task,” he said.

    He said 414 investors had confirmed their attendance, describing that as “91 percent of all holders of Venezuelan foreign debt.” That figure seemed to contrast with the overwhelming response of investors contacted by Reuters, who said they were unlikely to attend.

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    Tadhg Gaelach

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    Of course, all sovereign states, including the USA, restructure and refinance their debt all the time. The criminal Dotard Régime has carried out an act of financial terrorism against Venezuela by preventing some of the largest banks in the world from being party to this restructuring. Dotard Trump is attempting to ban Venezuela from the international financial system - as he has attempted to do likewise in the case of the DPRK. Part of Dotard's international terrorism is to put sanctions on Venezuela's highest elected officials, so that banks meeting with these officials will be subjected to sanctions themselves from the Dotard Régime. As we see in the above article, this is causing difficulties for international banks who already have billions of dollars invested in Venezuela and who want to be able to deal with senior state officials.
     
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    Tadhg Gaelach

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    I agree, they should be supporting President Maduro and the Venezuelan People.
     
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    Unlike you, they're embarrassed at the basket case Socialist Venezuela has become.....
     
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    The politics of envy never succeed.:cool:
     
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    Yes indeed, the international Jewish bankster clique is envious indeed of Venezuela's natural resources and free people. Let's hope you are correct and they will not succeed in destroying Venezuela, as they have destroyed Libya and almost destroyed Syria.
     
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    Imagine if Venezuela had all the free money Israel gets - instead of being subjected to Zionist terrorism and subversion. All decent human beings are very proud of Venezuela's noble resistance to imperialist terrorism. Only scum and drug pushers are against President Maduro - as shown by the recent election where his party won 18 out of 23 governorships.
     
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    Stick a fork in that place, it is all done. Despite having a fantastic amount of oil they pissed it all away on socialism and military.
    The country actually went bankrupt today, so now things are going to get a lot worse.
    This is exactly what is in store for all socialist societies. It never worked and can never work, but some will insist it is Trumps fault.
    That is my next prediction. Someone will be here blaming trump shortly.
     
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    No Dan, the country did not go bankrupt today. Standard & Poors lowered Venezuela's credit rating to "SD," i.e. "Selective Default," as it has gone beyond the 30 days grace period with coupon payments on bonds maturing in 2019 and 2024. Investors are not overly concerned by the new rating, as they understand that the delays in coupon payments are largely caused by US sanctions causing transfer and refinancing delays. Standard and Poors themselves have said they will raise the rating to CC again once the coupon payments are made. In fact Venezuelan sovereign bonds rallied yesterday. Fitch still have a CC rating.

    As in the case of the DPRK, and Hillary's arrest, I'm afraid you will be waiting a very long time before Venezuela collapses. In fact, Maduro is doing a wonderful job of sorting out matters that I will admit that Chavez did not properly see to. Maduro has the vast majority of the Venezuelan people firmly behind him - as we saw in the crushing electoral defeat he inflicted on the US backed "opposition" in the recent governorial elections. 18 out of 23 for Maduro. Has any US President ever enjoyed such popular support? I don't think so.
     
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    I see that Dotard Dump got a nice slap in the face today, as his Slapper-at-the-UN, Nikki Hayley, organised a "meeting" to "discuss" Venezuela. Russia, China and others - including the US Régime's close ally Egypt - boycotted the meeting, saying that it was inappropriate to interfere in the internal affairs of a member of the UN. This hysterical wench then went to far as to claim that Maduro had intimidated Russia and China into not attending.
     
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    The place is all done. But it certainly is not the only place.
     
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    Let us know when Dotard arrests Hillary....
     
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    Hopefully they will necklace this Murado as well. No off topic now about Hillary, your favorite tactic is to derail a thread.
     
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    I hope what you wish on others doesn't befall you a chara. You live in a more dangerous place than Venezuela.