Castro regime’s instructions to Venezuelan military: “Shoot to kill ! “

General Abelardo Colome Ibarra, and other senior Cuban military officials pose with their Venezuelan pupils
Castronoid General Abelardo Colome Ibarra, and other senior Cuban military officials pose with their Venezuelan pupils

Surprise?  No way.  No surprise here.  This news story just confirms what is obvious to anyone who knows how the Castro regime operates.

According to Venezuelan journalist Gustavo Azócar The U.S./Castrogonia “normalization” circus has led to an increase in the number of Cuban military advisers in Venezuela rather than a decrease.

Azócar’s new book, «Disparen a matar»,(Shoot to Kill) contains many details about the direct control exerted over Nicolas Maduro’s Venezuela by Raul Castro’s kingdom — so many nasty details, in fact, that many Venezuelan publishers were afraid to take on his book.

According to Azócar, Castronoid advisors have taken over the training of the Venezuelan armed forces, especially the militias employed in breaking up demonstrations and seizing private businesses.  The Cubans have “washed and ironed the brain” (lavado y planchado) of the Bolivarian National Armed Forces, says Azócar.  Much of his information comes straight out of the manuals and study guides used in the Bolivarian Military University of Venezuela, which is under direct control of Castronoid Cubans.

Details of the content of one chapter of Azócar’s book were published by ABC Spain a couple of weeks ago, in an article entitled “Cubans teach how to kill.”

Get more details HERE, in Spanish.

Cubanization at work
Cubanization at work in Venezuela

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1 thought on “Castro regime’s instructions to Venezuelan military: “Shoot to kill ! “”

  1. The Cubans look like ghouls, as in the living dead, and no, this is no surprise. It sounds, however, as if Azócar may be trying to blame Cuba for Venezuela’s disaster when the blame lies squarely on Venezuelans themselves, meaning those who empowered and have enabled chavismo. At the end of the day, it’s “the people” who failed, and maybe it always is.

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