Thursday December 8, 2022
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BY staff | Maracay City, Venezuela | 8/08/21
In the worker-controlled Venezuelan Kellogg factory, you see the workers working diligently to make corn flake and sugary cereals in a new package displaying the Venezuelan flag and the words “Together for Venezuela.” They are wearing black caps with red letters that say, “Kellogg made in socialism.”
BY staff | Caracas, Venezuela | 8/03/21
The bustling streets of Caracas are full of masked people, during “open week.” You hear Latin music flowing from the stores, children playing soccer and laughing, merchants selling empanadas. 95% of the people you see are wearing masks outside, since it’s the government mandate.
BY staff | Caracas, Venezuela | 7/31/21
Groups of women, wearing blue hardhats, stand proudly in front of a five-floor building, surrounded by lush mountains.
BY Jim Byrne | Tucson, AZ | 6/10/21
One year ago on June 12, when President Trump was still in office, the vicious talons of the U.S. government reached into the West African country of Cape Verde to snatch its prey: Venezuelan diplomat Alex Saab.
Alex Saab
BY Jim Byrne | Tucson, AZ | 6/10/21
One year ago on June 12, when President Trump was still in office, the vicious talons of the U.S. government reached into the West African country of Cape Verde to snatch its prey: Venezuelan diplomat Alex Saab.
Alex Saab
BY staff | Caracas, Venezuela | 12/10/20
60 international observers of the Venezuelan election were stuck at the airport December 8, for a flight to Mexico.
BY Tom Burke | Venezuela | 12/09/20
In a compelling victory, the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) and its allies won 68% of the vote for the Venezuelan National Assembly on December 6. This strengthens the position of President Nicolas Maduro and buries any hope the U.S. had of installing a right-wing pretender in office.
PSUV
BY staff | Caracas, Venezuela | 12/07/20
The election of the National Assembly in Venezuela was Sunday, December 6. Election observers from around the world attended the voting sites in the schools around the country.
BY staff | Caracas, Venezuela | 12/06/20
Venezuelan Minister of Foreign Affairs Jorge Arriaza spoke to the international observers of the elections to the National Assembly, December 4. He said to us, “The town is not full of only resistance and consciousness, they are on the offensive. They have been attacked by the World Bank and other capitalists. The Venezuelan people are working, they are creative. It’s impressive how creative they are to fix the problems. We couldn’t do this without the people.”
BY Dozthor Zurlent | Venezuela | 11/23/20
In spite of its decline as the superpower of the world, the United States continues to be the major imperial power of the planet. It is inevitable then, that most major mass media outlets of the world, as well as the world’s citizens, closely follow electoral processes in the U.S.
Donald Trump
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