Yesterday, pro-democracy demonstrators in Venezuela made their way to the Cuban embassy in Caracas to protest the Stalinist apartheid Castro dictatorship’s hostile takeover of their country. And as would be expected, Venezuela’s puppet dictatorship immediately dispatched armed troops to surround the embassy in an effort to protect the diplomatic headquarters of their colonial masters.
Venezuela’s National Guard stationed around Cuban embassy in Caracas
A student march is called at the Plaza Sadel and was set to march to the Cuban Embassy to demand an end to the island’s interference in the affairs of Venezuela.
Student members of the opposition in Venezuela called for a march on Tuesday as part of their protests against the government of President Nicolas Maduro and government interference from Cuba.
Students were to convene at 10 am at the Plaza Alfredo Sadel in Las Mercedes and march to the Cuban embassy in Caracas, said Gabriela (Gaby) Arellano, a counselor at the University of Los Andes (ULA) .
“We will meet in the Plaza Alfredo Sadel. At 10 am we will walk to the Cuban embassy,” Arellano posted in Spanish on her Twitter account.
The tweet below is translated as, “We will demand the cessation of interference of the Cuban Castros in Venezuela.”
Exigiremos el Cese de la injerencia de los Castros Cubanos en Venezuela.
— GABY ARELLANO (@GabyarellanoM13) February 25, 2014
According to the newspaper El Universal, residents of Las Mercedes in the municipality of Baruta report that the Bolivarian National Guard (GNB) is deploying a contingent of officers in the area surrounding the Plaza Alfredo Sadel.
GNB officers are already stationed in two streets of Las Mercedes: Madrid and Mucuchíes.
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