Skip to comments.White House claims violence incited at Floyd protests in Miami linked to Venezuela's Maduro
Posted on 06/07/2020 3:49:15 AM PDT by piasa
Reports that operatives from Cuba and Venezuela had possibly infiltrated protests in Miami first surfaced Monday on Primer Informe, a blog run by former El Nuevo Herald reporter Casto Ocando. According to the blog post by Ocando, FBI counter-terrorism agents had detained and questioned people in Miami and other cities who admitted to having been paid by activists to participate in the protests, and were investigating possible ties to Venezuela and Cuba.....
And a woman participating in Sunday's march, identified by the Miami-based En Vivo TV as Hellen Pena, acknowledged when pressed that she was a supporter of the late-Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez who recently traveled to Venezuela to participate in an "international brigade" for young people. The official YouTube channel of Maduro's foreign ministry posted a video of Pena in February.......
In the video, Pena is identified as a member of the third international brigade "Che Guevara" that attended a meeting in Venezuela.
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Venezuela jails 3 DirecTV executives as US firm cuts service
The Associated Press
June 05, 2020 08:19 PM
DirecTV, which is owned by Dallas-based AT&T, abruptly ditched its popular satellite TV service on May 19. It cited U.S. sanctions that prohibited DirecTV from broadcasting channels that were required by the administration of President Nicolás Maduro.
Also ...Check out, in the article’s pics, what a fire trap that Venezuelan housing project building is...OMG.
Ive thought all along that VZ (which is actually just the puppet of Cuba) had a hand in some of this.
Maduro is not of African descent, but Chavez was, and one of the ways he first got elected was by stressing this and playing on the resentments of the large African descent population of VZ. Of course, the irony is that the Castro regime, which was so praised and influential in VZ from the time of Chavez onward, was insanely racist and despised black Cubans. And the situation of blacks in VZ certainly didnt improve; they just all got to be hungry together, and it was usually only the white Venezuelans who had the money to flee the country.
It hasn’t been profitable in years for Direct TV to offer services there... so why were they there?
That’s true... the Venezuelans who were pouring into Florida here when Chavez was consolidating power were upper and middle class, the rsst were still too giddy with socialism to have the sense to even try to get out.
Senator Scott is very concerned with reports of protestors in Miami with ties to Latin American regimes and dictators like Nicolas Maduro and organizations like the FMLN, Scott spokesman Chris Hartline said in a statement to the Miami Herald. Senator Scott hopes that the FBI and federal authorities continue to investigate this matter and that anyone linked to acts of violence and destruction be held accountable.
The FMLN, or Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front, is a leftist political party in El Salvador.
The pro-socialist protesters in Venezuela are considered “shock troops” that help destabilize governments and cause a “reset”.
Many were trying to cross the border before Trump got control last year.
These people will take violent protests to a new level. The media does not care that they are non-citizens.
This is the objective of the global socialist movement.
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