Venezuela Opposition Protesters Invade Commune, Murder Teen

By teleSUR Protesters toppled the main gate of the Ali Primera Socialist City, firing guns at residents and mortally wounding 13-year-old Bryan Principal. Right-wing Venezuelan opposition protesters shot and killed 13-year-old Bryan Principal in the country’s Ali Primera Socialist City on Tuesday, Radio Nacional de Venezuela reports, escalating ongoing anti-government violence. RELATED: Afro-Venezuelan Slams ‘Racist, Sexist’…

(VIDEO) Private Sector Siphons Off Billions from Venezuela

The current shortages in Venezuela have been pinned on the government, which critics say is to blame for the economic crisis. But the private sector is believed to have made record profits through Venezuela’s currency exchange schemes, ripping off the Central Bank and generating widespread shortages.

(VIDEO) : Pro-Govt Supporters Being Killed in Record Numbers

Venezuelan authorities are conducting an internal investigation into the assassination of retired Army Major General Felix Velasquez, which is the latest case in a surge of killings targeting pro-government public officials and activists. A man holds a poster of Henrique Capriles in protest of Maduro RELATED: Chavista Military Official Assassinated by Cops From Opposition-Held Municipality…

(SIGN THE PETITION) Obama repeal the executive order

#ObamaRepealTheExecutiveOrder SIGN THE PETITION HERE UNASUR STATEMENT The member states of the Union of South American. Nations (UNASUR) manifest their rejection of the Executive Order issued on March 9, 2015 by the government of the United States of America, for it constitutes a threat of interference against sovereignty and the principle of non-intervention in other…

(VIDEOS+PHOTOS) Canadians express their solidarity with Venezuela with rally in Ottawa, Vancouver and Edmonton

PHOTO STREAMING HERE In Ottawa, capital of Canada, despite adverse weather conditions, social organizations, solidarity groups, students and progressive Canadians, from Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, joined the International Day of Solidarity with the Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela and its Constitutional President Nicolas Maduro Moros. The delegations met at the Venezuelan Embassy, where they…

(PHOTOS) Ottawa Panel Discussion on Democracy and Human Rights in Venezuela

A panel discussion on democracy and human rights in Venezuela was held March 12 in Ottawa that featured Wilmer Omar Barrientos Fernández, Ambassador of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela to Canada and two other speakers. The event generated considerable interest and every seat was quickly filled. The program opened with a screening of the film…

Forum: Will the US invade Venezuela? Feb 26th at 6:00 PM – Victoria College, University of Toronto

Featured speaker: Venezuelan Ambassador in ‎Canada, M/G Wilmer Omar Fernández Barrientos February 26th, 2015 at 6:00 PM – FREE EVENT Victoria College (OLD VIC), 2nd Floor. University of Toronto 91 Charles Street, West, ‎Toronto – Tasty snacks and refreshments (non-alcoholic) will be provided – Closest subway Station: Museum Organized by: Venezuelan Consulate in Toronto Endorsed by: Hugo Chavez…

LEADING BRITISH FIGURES CONDEMN THE LATEST COUP ATTEMPT IN VENEZUELA

On Thursday February 19 The Guardian published an edited version of the below, initiated by the Venezuela Solidarity Campaign and signed in less than 48 hours by prominent figures from across British society, including filmmaker John Pilger, writer and broadcaster Tariq Ali, writer Richard Gott, journalist Victoria Brittain, actor Andy De La Tour, poet Linton…

Venezuelan Opposition Mayor Arrested for Role in Coup Plot

Venezuelan opposition Mayor and longtime rightwing politician, Antonio Ledezma, has been arrested by the country’s intelligence services, SEBIN, for his alleged role in plotting to stage a coup against the democratically elected government of Nicolas Maduro. The planned coup was uncovered last week by security forces, just hours before several US backed Air Force officials…

U.S admits its interventionist policies on Venezuela

 White House admits it’s considering “tools” to “steer” the Venezuelan government.  The U.S. government contradicted itself Friday afternoon regarding its interventionist policies on Venezuela by saying that the White House was considering adopting new “tools” to “steer” the Venezuelan government “in a more positive direction.” White House spokesperson Josh Ernest was asked by reporters whether Washington was considering…