After using the IMF to create the largest inflation in global history, together with the so-called US regime seizures to derail Venezuela’s political representatives, the next target for the Anglo Zio-Nazi swamp are going to be the schools and public healthcare workers.
This weekend the US regime created a massive power outage in Venezuela, in another attempt to undermine the government’s efforts to stabilize society from Caracas.
A massive power outage at the Guri Dam in Venezuela caused 18 of the country’s 23 states to go dark on Thursday, bringing life to a halt. Caracas has alleged it’s the work of Washington, where key politicos, like Zionist Marco Rubio seemed to know about the attack before it almost happened.
The government of President Nicolas Maduro distributed portable electric generators to keep hospitals, clinics and other essential facilities operating, as well as public places like markets.
The site of the alleged attack was the Guri hydroelectric power station, a gigantic dam on the Caroni River in Orinoco state that produces 10,200 megawatts of power per day: 73% of the country’s electrical needs.
Guri is the world’s third-largest hydroelectric dam.
What is expected now is something more like what happened in Nicaragua in the 1980’s.
With the overthrow of the US-backed Somoza dictatorship in 1979, the CIA began training the former military of the Somoza regime, who had escaped across the border into Honduras and Costa Rica, and they became known as the Contras.
They were an armed military terrorist group that killed teachers and health care workers and burned down schools and attacked cooperates and did a reign of terror for 10 years.
US President Donald Trump’s administration now appointed special envoy to Venezuela, Elliott Abrams, which played a key role in facilitating US support for the Contras and other, similar right-wing paramilitary assassins.
A tweet by US National Security Adviser John Bolton on February 9, seemingly snarkily, said “the lights are going off on the Maduro mafia in Venezuela.
One is reminded of the Israeli-Egyptian War of Attrition that followed the 1967 Six-Day War. To humiliate and demoralize Egyptian forces, the Israel Defense Forces staged airborne attacks on power stations and other infrastructure in Egypt.
The most notorious attack was Operation Shock in October 1968, when helicopter-borne Israeli troopers attacked and blew up a bridge, a dam and several power stations along the River Nile, plunging Cairo into darkness and forcing Egyptian President Gamel abd al-Nasser to call off attacks on Israeli fortifications near the Suez Canal.
A population can get worn down to where they think, ‘Well anything has to be better than what’s happening to us now,'” Kaufman said. “It’s a tried-and-true tactic. They don’t usually try new tactics because they have a play-book that works for them.
So, however the situation in Venezuela is about to worsen, either the capitalist way or by an evil destruction campaign.
Sputnik / ABC Flash Point News 2019.