Bolivarian Revolution File: Cuba prepares for collapse of 17-year MVR/PSUV regime in Caracas, offsets slump in deliveries of Venezuelan oil by turning to Russia, Algeria; US-based Citibank notifies Petroleos de Venezuela SA that it will stop processing payments on state-run giant’s bonds, leading to possible default; Venezuelans take to streets, demand implementation of recall referendum against Maduro, protest socialist president’s crushing of dissent, pervasive shortages; Chavez successor reportedly relies on Cuban advisers, North Korean special forces to prop up regime, personal protection; head of opposition-controlled National Assembly alleges Cuban Gen. Raul Acosta Gregorich issuing orders to Venezuelan army, “cabal” of 60 Cuban officers based out of Bolivarian Military University at Fort Tiuna; Paris-based intelligence Online maintains North Korean Gen. Kim Yong-chol “loaning” forces to Maduro, NKs trained with 21st Armed Group of Chinese PLA, Venezuela’s Grupo de Acciones Commando in Caracas in May; Dutch DM follows Venezuelan turmoil, considers larger military presence in Dutch Caribbean in view of possible influx of refugees

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One response to “Bolivarian Revolution File: Cuba prepares for collapse of 17-year MVR/PSUV regime in Caracas, offsets slump in deliveries of Venezuelan oil by turning to Russia, Algeria; US-based Citibank notifies Petroleos de Venezuela SA that it will stop processing payments on state-run giant’s bonds, leading to possible default; Venezuelans take to streets, demand implementation of recall referendum against Maduro, protest socialist president’s crushing of dissent, pervasive shortages; Chavez successor reportedly relies on Cuban advisers, North Korean special forces to prop up regime, personal protection; head of opposition-controlled National Assembly alleges Cuban Gen. Raul Acosta Gregorich issuing orders to Venezuelan army, “cabal” of 60 Cuban officers based out of Bolivarian Military University at Fort Tiuna; Paris-based intelligence Online maintains North Korean Gen. Kim Yong-chol “loaning” forces to Maduro, NKs trained with 21st Armed Group of Chinese PLA, Venezuela’s Grupo de Acciones Commando in Caracas in May; Dutch DM follows Venezuelan turmoil, considers larger military presence in Dutch Caribbean in view of possible influx of refugees

  1. mah29001 September 9, 2016 at 2:05 am

    So Venezuela hates Capitalism but needed Citibank their state run oil company? That’s funny…but don’t tell the Western Communists that…

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