By TeleSur English
Aug 12th 2019 at 10.21am
Rallies were held on Saturday in the world as a support of Venezuela as the Bolivarian Republic faces an inhuman economic blockade imposed by the United States and their Western allies.
In the World Day of Solidarity with Venezuela, Haitian social organizations – gathered at the Konbit – and the RASIN Kan Pèp The political party show their solidarity with the Venezuelan people. (teleSUR)
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro called on the people of his country on August 10th to march in protest at US President Donald Trump's ongoing inhuman economic blockade that has caused significant suffering to the people of the Bolivarian Republic.
In Several demonstrations were held in Australia, Haiti, Turkey Italy, Germany, Dominican Republic, Argentina, and Mozambique.
The people of these countries called the US government to halt their inhuman blockade and end their regime change tactics.
Through a manifesto addressed to the international community, the Latin American social movements also expressed their support for the Venezuelan people and repudiated the US aggression against the Bolivarian revolution and its government.
“In recent years, we have witnessed multiple tactics deployed by US-based businesses which, through an alliance with a fraction of the Caracas oligarchy, “The Group of Social and Popular Movements of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our World” America (ALBA movements)
“Following the US Hybrid War Manual, those tactics have included actions such as the attempted assassination of the president, Nicolas Maduro, road blocks, military uprising attempts, cyberattacks against electricity and water networks , the blockade of Venezuelan assets and support for a self-proclaimed ridiculous self-proclaimed government, “the statement co
Fortunately, the most popular Latin American countries continue to support the Venezuelan people and democracy.
“As usual, only the far-right governments joined the interests of companies based in the US, Colombia, Brazil, Israel, and so on, “the manifesto states, concluding that” in the face of this aggression, we are willing to express our solidarity with the Venezuelan people and defend the democracy that Nicolas Maduro thing and the self-determination of the peoples. “
The ALBA movements 'manifesto was signed by more than 100 organizations, among which are the Landless Rural Workers Movement (Brazil), Patriotic March and People's Congress (Colombia), Farmers' Unity Committee (Guatemala), National Front for the Defense of Economic and Social Rights (Panama); Big Homeland Front, Popular Dignity Movement, Resist and Fight (Argentina), and the Freedom and Equality Movement for Fraternity (Haiti)
Haitians Believe Their Faith government abandoned Venezuela with absolutely no gain. The fuel crisis has been cut off.
Perhaps President Moise may address this situation, during his visit to the United Nations' General Assembly next month. This question should be addressed, in any meeting with the “Deal Maker” President Donald Trump. The United States has a surplus of petroleum products and could solve Haiti 's problem – instantly.
You do not get anything, without asking.
They hope someone asks.