Diosdado Cabello, number two of the Nicolás Maduro regime, has confessed to being happy for "the Bolivarian breeze that runs through the region", which will become a "hurricane" when it refers to the chain of riots and protests that have been recorded for weeks Latin America.
«What is happening in Peru, Chile, Ecuador, Argentina, Honduras
It's just the brisita, and a Bolivarian hurricane is coming. We are not isolated in the world, on the contrary Venezuela is becoming more consolidated every day, ”said Cabello on Saturday at the close of a march carried out by supporters of the ruling United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) in central Caracas.
During the Chavista walk, Cabello acknowledged being "glad to see what is happening in America, I am glad that the people wake up", while Santiago de Chile burned for the destruction of the Metro, the burning of an electricity building and the Looting of supermarkets.
The president of the National Constituent Assembly (ANC), questioned by the opposition and a large part of the international community after two years of operation, denied that Maduro's regime is financing violent acts in several countries of the region, «No You have to be very smart, or be paying anyone as they say we are financing people.
For Cabello «what Sebastián Piñera is doing in Chile, is the same thing that Pinochet did at the time, but now whose fault is it, Maduro, Díaz-Canel, Sao Paulo Forum? No, that is from the IMF and the neo-liberal policies that they impose ».
He also pointed out that «you don't have to be a fortune teller and very intelligent to know that Colombia is unsustainable because of the policy that Duque and Uribe have. In Chile they called us dictators but the army is on the street running over and chasing people. Venezuela is a true democracy, where the people have the right to express themselves in elections and on the street ».
No democracy safe
Cabello also directs the program "With the mallet giving" that the Venezuelan state television broadcaster transmits, to which Venezuelan politicians follow with attention because it reveals between the lines the plans and actions that the regime is taking.
In that sense he predicted that "The Bolivarian breeze will arrive in the United States and will have someone to govern for the people."
He also wanted to compare the protests led by the opposition in Venezuela. He said they are different from other countries in the region. «Who protests here? The people, not the bourgeoisie, the business groups, the big families, the ones that destroyed this country for years. The Venezuelan people do not protest, the people are with the revolution ».
Julio Borges, the chancellor of the interim presidency of Juan Guaidó, replied to Cabello: "No democracy is safe from the destabilization plan that Maduro and Cuba are leading."
The also coordinator of the First Justice party and former president of the National Assembly, explained that “In the final declaration of the Sao Paulo Forum there is a section that speaks exclusively of the situation in Chile. What happened yesterday is not fortuitous, no democracy is safe from the destabilization plan that Maduro and Cuba are leading, ”he said on his Twitter account.
In the final declaration of the Sao Paulo Forum there is a section that speaks exclusively of the situation in Chile.
What happened yesterday is not fortuitous, no democracy is safe from the destabilization plan that Maduro and Cuba are leading.
It's time to join forces! – Julio Borges (@JulioBorges)
October 19, 2019 Former María Corina Machado agreed with Borges. «It is a transnational criminal project with a continental scope. They are organized, they have no scruples, but yes, a lot of money. Each country on its own cannot resist an attack of this nature. We have to face them together, firmly and urgently. We are on time."
And to top it off Maria Corina adds: «I ask the citizens and governments of the Americas: If Maduro's criminal regime had come out of power, would these violent events have occurred in Ecuador and Chile? And the terrorist acts in Colombia? What would be the result in the elections of Bolivia and Argentina? »(TagsToTranslate) venezuela (t) destabilization (t) region