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Sharmini Peries hosts a wide-ranging conversation about the US-backed attempted coup in Venezuela
Venezuela was split between the rich and poor. Politicians lead the way to oil reliance.
Topics Include: Hugo Chavez, the Constituent Assembly, the opposition, the Venezuelan Communes, the concept of dual power, Jacobin Magazine and the Bolivarian Revolution
You need to be paying attention to what's happening in Venezuela. Eva Golinger joins Michael Brooks and the Majority Report crew to discuss this.
Ivan Briscoe, Latin America and Caribbean program director for Crisis Group, joins Ring of Fire’s Sam Seder, to talk about Maduro's corruption and Venezuela's economic disaster.
Writer Jorge Martin examines the two futures of Venezuela and the Bolivarian revolution. Jorge wrote the article “Maduro Wins Presidential Election, Despite Imperialist Meddling – What Next?”
This push for regime change in Venezuela did not appear in a vacuum. The CIA has been plotting with so-called rebels in Venezuela from the early days of the Trump administration.
Investigative journalist Allan Nairn explains many aspects of the US attempts at a coup in Venezuela
Larry Wilkerson joins Paul Jay discuss why countries that claim to support the UN and international law are supportive of US imperialistic escapades
Ch. 10: Final comments on the threat of the good example
MUSIC (Blue Dot Sessions):
- Opening Theme: Loving Acoustic Instrumental by John Douglas Orr
- The Zeppelin - Aeronaut
- Astrisx - Bodytonic
- Peacoat - Studio J
- Glass Beads - The Balloonist
- Minutes - Pacha Faro
- The Wooden Platform - The Bulwark
- Cicle Veroni - Cicle Kadde
- Entrap - Darby
- Voicemail Music: Low Key Lost Feeling Electro by Alex Stinnent
- Closing Music: Upbeat Laid Back Indie Rock by Alex Stinnent
Produced by Jay! Tomlinson
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