Former aide to Chavez predicts military coup, bloody end to Venezuela’s dictatorship

A former aide to deceased Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chavez is saying that it is only a matter of time before the country’s military steps in and puts an end to Cuba’s puppet dictatorship in Caracas, the Maduro regime.

Sabrina Martin reports in PanAm Post:

Former Top Chávez Aid Says Venezuela is Inching Closer to Bloody End, Military Coup

Heinz Dieterich, a German sociologist and ex-advisor to Hugo Chavez, warned that Venezuela is heading for a “military coup.”

Dieterich said that Nicolás Maduro “did not understand that he had to find a negotiated solution,” which is why he alleges that Maduro is “a step away from the abyss.”

“The National Assembly has been practically closed, and internal democratic rupture in Venezuela is increasingly turning the focus on a tragic, bloody outcome,” he said.

The sociologist said that the opposition currently grouped together under the Democratic Unity Table banner (MUD in Spanish) is fragmented and has lost the initiative, while Maduro took it “when the Constituent Assembly was invented.”

Regarding the sanctions imposed by the United States against the regime of Nicholas Maduro, Dieterich pointed out that Donald Trump seeks a “financial strangulation” and thus “thwart military support.”

“The military is very pragmatic. When they see that this has no future, then they themselves will strike. It is logical because they will be the saviors of the Fatherland. They take power, call elections, and save their own skin,” he said.

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2 thoughts on “Former aide to Chavez predicts military coup, bloody end to Venezuela’s dictatorship”

  1. And then watch how quickly our main stream media will lament that there is now officially no chance for democracy in Venezuela because the military will establish a dictatorship and all will be lost for the Venezuelans.

  2. If Maduro looked any more moronic, he’d have to be kept out of public sight. Needless to say, it doesn’t help that his choice of apparel is distinctly, uh, unfortunate (though perhaps that’s just a Latrine thing).

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