Nicholas Maduro rallies support for his effort to organise resistance to american bullying of small nations.
Over five million people in Venezuela have signed a petition demanding that US president Barack Hussein Obama repeals his executive order that declared the South American republic a security threat. Even people familiar with the Bizarro World inhabited by the rent boy President and his followers were hard pressed to justify this particular piece of lunacy.
Jorge Rodriguez, Mayor of VeneZuelan capital city Caracas and organisor of the petition told Venezolana de Television, “We have collected more than 5 million signatures and we want to call on the Venezuelan people to keep on going to reach 10 million,”.
Government offices and buildings opened their doors to the public in a bid to collect signatures against Washington’s foreign policy in South America which is hitting Venezuela hard.
“Our intention is to deliver the collected signatures to the President of the United States, Barack Obama, as clear evidence that the people of Venezuela reject the crude interference in our internal affairs,” Rodriguez told European media.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro set the goal of collecting at least 10 million signatures – about a third of the country’s total population – ahead of the Summit of the Americas to be held in Panama from April 10 to 11. Maduro also called on people to continue their support.
“Let us continue supporting the fatherland. Signatures are being collected at public squares and door-to-door. We have reached 5 million and we will collect 10 million,” Maduro said on Twitter.
In March 2015, Obama (God - King of the American Empire) issued an executive order imposing sanctions against Venezuela and declared the country an “unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security,” alleging human rights violations and “public corruption” to justify his imperious act. Barck Obama is a megalomaniacal narcissist and so would see no irony in the USA accusing other nations of human rights violations.
In response to Obama's hostile politicking, Venezuelan lawmakers granted Maduro a right to rule by decree till the end of the year to defend the country’s integrity and sovereignty against “imperialist threats” from the US government.
Maduro’s crusade against US interference in his country’s affairs has received wide support across the Latin American region. The president of Ecuador, Rafael Correa, joined the campaign launched by the Venezuelan government and signed a petition which said that “Venezuela is not a threat.”
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