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Washington v. Venezuela

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by Stephen Lendman

Washington wants Maduro toppled.

Longstanding US plans prioritize regime change. It's the oil, stupid! Venezuela has the world's largest reserves. It's a prize Washington covets. More on that below.

Post-election US-orchestrated destabilization continues. Venezuelans elected Nicolas Maduro president. The electoral process was scrupulously open, free and fair. The result is indisputable.

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World leaders congratulated Maduro on his victory. Obama remains silent. On April 16, State Department spokesman Patrick Ventell alleged "outstanding voting irregularities."

"So the CNE's decision to declare Mr. Maduro the victor before completing a full recount is difficult to understand, and they did not explain their haste in taking this decision," he said.

"(W)e continue to believe that resolving the voting irregularities and the calls for a recount would do much to ensure that the Venezuelan people feel included in the process and that their democratic aspirations are being met."

Asked if Washington intends to congratulate Maduro on his victory, he added:

"We're not there?"

A follow-up question asked why not? The vote's been certified. It's accurate. Maduro's been elected. Audit results verify it. Washington doesn't recognize it. It's no surprise.

According to Ventrell, "we're prepared to work with whichever government comes out of this electoral process. (We'll) consult with some of our partners and concerned parties."

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What's ahead bears close watching. Post-electoral violence continues. Washington's long arm orchestrates it. Doing so colludes with internal dark forces.

Maduro pulled no punches. He pointed fingers the right way, saying:

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