Thousands took to the streets in Venezuela yesterday to protest Cuba’s takeover of the government
Thousands of Venezuelans took to the streets yesterday in a protest march calling for the end of the Cuban invasion and takeover of their country's government. The Castro dictatorship installed its puppet dictator Nicolas Maduro into power and has infiltrated all levels of government, including the military. At this moment, Venezuela is actually being controlled and run out of Havana.
The Venezuelan people, however, have had enough of this colonization by Cuba's Castro-Communists and are making their voices heard.
Here is more coverage of yesterday's mass protest against Cuba's intervention and meddling in Venezuela:
- In Venezuela, Cuba Is Fighting To Hang On (John Hinderaker in Powerline)
- The "Cubans go home" protest day (Venezuela News & Views)
- Cuba prepares for Venezuela disruptions (The Miami Herald)
Here are some photographs of the protest gleaned off social networks:
More photos below the fold.