This video from the USA says about itself:
Why Trump Threatened Venezuela with Military Action: Oil
26 August 2017
Trump recently threatened to take “military action” in Venezuela for humanitarian reasons seeing that “its people are suffering.” However, since he’s driven by minerals in Afghanistan—and has previously stated his intent to “take the oil” from Iraq—his true intentions are pretty apparent here: he wants to take Venezuela’s oil. Venezuela has the largest oil reserves in the world, with more than 298 billion barrels, and Trump likely wants a piece of that pie. This comes after his administration has threatened Iran and North Korea with military action as well.
Dutch NOS TV reports today about changes in Donald Trump’s policies against people traveling to the USA.
There used to be six, mostly Islamic, countries on Trump’s travel ban list. Now, Trump has removed Sudan from that list.
Some years ago some people used to make propaganda for a ‘humanitarian’ war on Sudan by the USA and other NATO countries. It would have been a ‘humanitarian’ war with bloody anti-humanitarian consequences; as such ‘humanitarian’ wars usually have.
However, in 2011, the propaganda for invading Sudan to impose ‘regime change’ stopped. Not because Bashir of Sudan had become any less of a bloody dictator. But because Bashir’s relationship to NATO governments improved.
Trump has now not only removed Sudan from the travel ban list. He has added countries as well. He added non-Islamic North Korea which he has threatened with nuclear war. And he has added non-Islamic Venezuela which he has threatened with war as well; a war about grabbing the oil riches of Venezuela for the ExxonMobil corporation of Trump’s Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.
Venezuela: Maduro defiant after US threatens to embargo country’s oil: here.
US Secretary of State Tillerson threatens oil sanctions against Venezuela: here.
Shades of Chile 1973 as US moves against Venezuela. The Trump administration returns the US to its infamous and bankrupt policy of treating Latin America as if it were its ‘own backyard,’ endangering peace and stability in the region. TIM YOUNG reports.
Bolivian President Evo Morales Warns of Plan ‘to Invade Venezuela’ by US, OAS: here.