Trump-Bolsonaro war on Venezuela?


This 24 March 2019 video says about itself:

Is Trump building an alliance with Jair Bolsonaro to attack Venezuela? John Iadarola and Hassan El-Tayyab break it down on The Damage Report.

13 thoughts on “Trump-Bolsonaro war on Venezuela?

  1. On March 30, Confront the NATO War Machine & Defend Venezuela!

    People are coming to Washington, DC on Sat. March 30 from around the world and across the U.S. to confront NATO and Defend Venezuela

    Many different forces are mobilizing – Become an Organizing Center or find one near you (current list below)

    Can’t make it yourself? Donate to help send folks on your behalf and to help cover the costs of materials and logistics

    This weekend, spring begins to bloom in Washington, D.C. as many thousands of tourists descend on the city to enjoy the temperate weather and thousands of blossoming cherry trees.

    But this is not why the generals and arms dealers of NATO are coming to town. They are meeting next week to concoct new approaches to killing children and starving whole populations. They are meeting next week to celebrate their 70th bloody year in the war business and plot their total domination and continued poisoning of our planet. Antiwar activists will be there in force to put them on notice.

    As of Friday, March 22, the U.S. Treasury has imposed sanctions against the Venezuelan Economic and Social Development Bank (BANDES). This comes after sanctions were imposed earlier in the week against the Venezuela General Mining Company, Minerven. The U.S. war machine is on a fiery track to overthrow the legitimate Venezuelan government and undermine the gains of the Bolivarian Revolution.

    Juan Guaidó has explicitly threatened a coup if any righteous action is taken to resist the U.S. puppeteering of his role as the “interim president.” Despite corporate media’s sensationalism of reactionary opposition forces and subsequent media censorship of pro-Bolivarian forces, Venezuelan people continue to flood the streets to demand: U.S. Out!

    We must keep the pressure up around the world in solidarity with Venezuela, under increased threat of military intervention as each day goes by.

    Join activists and peace-loving people from across the world who are converging on Washington, D.C. this March 30th.

    We will meet in front of the White House that Saturday at 1pm to tell Donald Trump, his generals, and his financial crooks that the people of the world are sick of racist and imperialist institutions like NATO.
    Make a donation to help cover organizing and mobilization costs

    A sneak preview of the program:

    Medea Benjamin (Code Pink)
    David Swanson (World BEYOND War)
    Cassia Laham (UNAC)
    Bahman Azad (Global & National Coalitions Against US/NATO Foreign Bases
    Ann Wright (Veterans for Peace & Code Pink)
    Joe Jamison (US Peace Council)
    Omali Yeshitela (Black is Back Coalition)
    Maria Zakharova (Council of Mothers of May 2, Odessa, Ukraine)
    Thanasis Pafilis (General Secretary of the World Peace Council & Member of Greek Parliament)
    Alexander Neu (Member of German Parliament)
    Ajamu Baraka (Black Alliance for Peace)
    Cheri Hankala (Poor People’s Economic Human Rights Campaign)
    Kevin Zeese & Margaret Flowers – (Popular Resistance)
    Reiner Braun (No to NATO, No to War network)
    Pippa Bartolotti (Extinction Rebellion – Wales)
    Loan Tran (International Action Center)
    Gerry Condon (Veterans for Peace)
    Paul Pumphrey (Friends of the Congo)
    Milos Raickovich (Yugoslavian speaker)
    Rev. Hagler (Plymouth Cong. United Church of Chist)
    Imam Adolfazl Nahidan (Manassas Mosque)
    William Camacaro (Venezuela, Bolivaran Circle)
    Andre Francois (Haitian speaker – President of Boston School Bus driver union, USW 8751)

    Entertainers:

    Luci Murphy & Ben Grosscup (People’s Music Network)
    Raymond Nat Turner (Poet)
    Christina Wright. (Singer/Songwriter)
    Matt Bistok Banned (Singer/Songwriter)
    Infinite Skillz, (African American Hip Hop artist)
    DC Labor Chorus

    March 30 Organizing Centers

    Albany, NY
    Bethlehem Neighbors for Peace
    Contact: contact@bethlehemneighborsforpeace.org / 518-281-1968

    Atlanta, GA
    Contact: AtlantaIAC@aol.com

    Baltimore, MD
    Contact: 434-324-8644

    Boston, MA
    Bus leaves Boston 11pm Friday and returns immediately following the demonstration. Suggested donation $30 with subsidized seats available.

    To reserve a seat contact Team Solidarity: 617-524-7073 / solidarity@bostonschoolbusunion.org

    Buffalo, NY
    Buffalo AntiWar
    Contact: BuffaloAntiWar@gmail.com

    Connecticut
    Contact: 617-522-6626 / No2NATO2019CT@HopeOutLoud.Org

    Durham, NC
    Reserve a seat on the bus here – Bus departs at 6:30am and returns at 10pm
    Contact: triangle@NoWarOnVenezuela.Org

    Florida
    People’s Opposition to War, Imperialism & Racism (POWIR)
    Contact: cassia.laham@gmail.com

    Poor Peoples Economic Human Rights Campaign
    Contact: bruce@stpeteprogressives.org

    New Brunswick, NJ
    Buses leave 7:30am from Labor Ed Center and return at 10pm
    $50/seat, $40 discounted seat, Subsidized seats available
    Contact: 908-881-5275 or reserve a seat here

    New York, NY
    Buses leave 6:30am from 147 W 24th Street and return at 10pm
    $50/seat, $25 student/low income – Reserve a seat on the bus here
    Contact: 212-633-6646

    Newark, NJ
    Buses leave 7am from Lincoln Pk and return at 10pm
    $50/seat, $40 discounted seat, Subsidized seats available
    Contact: 908-881-5275 or reserve a seat here

    Philadelphia, PA
    Transportation leaves 9am from 48th & Baltimore, returns around 8pm
    Contribution of $10 – 20 requested, no one turned away
    Reserve your seat here
    Contact: Philly IAC (phillyactivists@gmail.com)

    Richmond, VA
    Virginia Defenders
    Contact: defendersfje@hotmail.com / 804-644-5834

    Sykesville, MD
    Car caravan leaves 10am from Park + Ride on 32 south of Sykesville at I-70
    Contact: 443-280-2353

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  2. Join Boston School School Bus Drivers USW Local 8751, and many others to say: No to NATO, racism, and war! No war on Venezuela!

    People are coming to Washington, DC on Sat. March 30 from around the world and across the U.S. to confront NATO and Defend Venezuela

    Many different forces are mobilizing – Become an Organizing Center or find one near you (current list below)

    Can’t make it yourself? Donate to help send folks on your behalf and to help cover the costs of materials and logistics

    The fighting Boston School Bus Drivers Union, USW Local 8751, is mobilizing its members to participate in this Saturday’s national demonstration against the NATO war machine and the ongoing drive to war against Venezuela in Washington, DC. Local 8751 President André François will be one of the featured speakers at Saturday’s rally.

    *WATCH* this video from their recent meeting discussing the mobilization, and their unwavering internationalism and support for Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro, himself a former bus driver.

    The March 30 demonstration comes at a critical time – the threat of U.S. war against Venezuela is increasing.

    In previous messages, we shared information about how both Colombia and Brazil were being openly drawn in to closer military alliances with both NATO and the U.S. These moves are clearly aimed to target Venezuela and raise the prospect of war to overturn the Bolivarian Revolution.

    In response to continued threats from U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, among other Washington officials, Russia recently sent troops and other supplies to Venezuela in cooperation with the democratically-elected government. The Venezuelan military is undertaking other defensive measures – including moving anti-aircraft batteries to protect Caracas, out of threat of US bombing – and popular mobilizations in support of the Revolution continue every weekend, in Caracas and other cities across the country.

    As all other imperialist tactics have failed to pull the Bolivarian Revolution down, now the danger of an actual military attack seems to be widening. We must hope not. But we must intensify our efforts to defend Venezuela.

    See you in the streets of DC on Saturday!
    Make a donation to help cover organizing and mobilization costs

    Hear from:

    Medea Benjamin (Code Pink)
    David Swanson (World BEYOND War)
    Cassia Laham (UNAC)
    Bahman Azad (Global & National Coalitions Against US/NATO Foreign Bases
    Ann Wright (Veterans for Peace & Code Pink)
    Joe Jamison (US Peace Council)
    Omali Yeshitela (Black is Back Coalition)
    Maria Zakharova (Council of Mothers of May 2, Odessa, Ukraine)
    Thanasis Pafilis (General Secretary of the World Peace Council & Member of Greek Parliament)
    Alexander Neu (Member of German Parliament)
    Ajamu Baraka (Black Alliance for Peace)
    Cheri Hankala (Poor People’s Economic Human Rights Campaign)
    Kevin Zeese & Margaret Flowers – (Popular Resistance)
    Reiner Braun (No to NATO, No to War network)
    Pippa Bartolotti (Extinction Rebellion – Wales)
    Loan Tran (International Action Center)
    Gerry Condon (Veterans for Peace)
    Paul Pumphrey (Friends of the Congo)
    Milos Raickovich (Yugoslavian speaker)
    Rev. Hagler (Plymouth Cong. United Church of Chist)
    Imam Adolfazl Nahidan (Manassas Mosque)
    William Camacaro (Venezuela, Bolivaran Circle)
    Andre Francois (Haitian speaker – President of Boston School Bus driver union, USW 8751)

    Entertainers:

    Luci Murphy & Ben Grosscup (People’s Music Network)
    Raymond Nat Turner (Poet)
    Christina Wright. (Singer/Songwriter)
    Matt Bistok Banned (Singer/Songwriter)
    Infinite Skillz, (African American Hip Hop artist)
    DC Labor Chorus

    March 30 Organizing Centers

    Albany, NY
    Bethlehem Neighbors for Peace
    Contact: contact@bethlehemneighborsforpeace.org / 518-281-1968

    Atlanta, GA
    Contact: AtlantaIAC@aol.com

    Baltimore, MD
    Contact: 434-324-8644

    Boston, MA
    Bus leaves Boston 11pm Friday and returns immediately following the demonstration. Suggested donation $30 with subsidized seats available.

    To reserve a seat contact Team Solidarity: 617-524-7073 / solidarity@bostonschoolbusunion.org

    Buffalo, NY
    Buffalo AntiWar
    Contact: BuffaloAntiWar@gmail.com

    Connecticut
    Contact: 617-522-6626 / No2NATO2019CT@HopeOutLoud.Org

    Durham, NC
    Reserve a seat on the bus here – Bus departs at 6:30am and returns at 10pm
    Contact: triangle@NoWarOnVenezuela.Org

    Florida
    People’s Opposition to War, Imperialism & Racism (POWIR)
    Contact: cassia.laham@gmail.com

    Poor Peoples Economic Human Rights Campaign
    Contact: bruce@stpeteprogressives.org

    New Brunswick, NJ
    Buses leave 7:30am from Labor Ed Center and return at 10pm
    $50/seat, $40 discounted seat, Subsidized seats available
    Contact: 908-881-5275 or reserve a seat here

    New York, NY
    Buses leave 6:30am from 147 W 24th Street and return at 10pm
    $50/seat, $25 student/low income – Reserve a seat on the bus here
    Contact: 212-633-6646

    Newark, NJ
    Buses leave 7am from Lincoln Pk and return at 10pm
    $50/seat, $40 discounted seat, Subsidized seats available
    Contact: 908-881-5275 or reserve a seat here

    Philadelphia, PA
    Transportation leaves 9am from 48th & Baltimore, returns around 8pm
    Contribution of $10 – 20 requested, no one turned away
    Reserve your seat here
    Contact: Philly IAC (phillyactivists@gmail.com)

    Richmond, VA
    Virginia Defenders
    Contact: defendersfje@hotmail.com / 804-644-5834

    Sykesville, MD
    Car caravan leaves 10am from Park + Ride on 32 south of Sykesville at I-70
    Contact: 443-280-2353

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