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USA & CANADA / No U.S. War on Venezuela!
Call to actions on Saturday, Feb.23, 2019
Date of publication at Tlaxcala: 02/02/2019
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No U.S. War on Venezuela!
Call to actions on Saturday, Feb.23, 2019

Various Authors - Autores varios - Auteurs divers- AAVV-d.a.

 

No U.S. War on Venezuela!

We cannot be silent in the face of the latest U.S. aggression against the Venezuelan people. Nicolás Maduro is the president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, chosen twice by the people as part of an internationally observed electoral process. Since the 1998 election of Hugo Chávez, the United States has been relentless in its pursuit of regime change in Venezuela. With Donald Trump in the White House, these efforts have escalated to threats of all-out military violence, the plundering of billions of dollars in wealth from the Venezuelan people and pushing a multitude of outrageous lies in the global media.

For hundreds of years, the U.S. has waged war against the people of the world through coups, invasions and economic warfare. Juan Guaidó is a U.S. puppet. He is not a representative of the Venezuelan masses. The idea that a person can swear themselves in as president at a rally in the interest of “defending democracy” is laughable. The right wing in Venezuela claim the Bolivarian elections are rigged because they refuse to participate in them. Instead they engage in voter intimidation using violence reminiscent of Jim Crow terrorism against African-Americans in the Deep U.S. South.

U.S.-led sanctions and currency manipulation are responsible for the suffering in Venezuela. Marco Rubio and right-wing media guide the Venezuelan opposition from Miami. The U.S. cannot stand for any country on the planet to enjoy its natural wealth or the fruits of its labor independent of Wall Street and the Pentagon. Venezuela has the largest proven oil reserves in the world and is rich in gold and other mineral wealth. Iraq war architect John Bolton said that regime change in Venezuela would be a tremendous opportunity to gain more profits for Wall Street. We believe him.

Since the Bolivarian Revolution in 1998, massive strides have been taken to uplift the working class, Afro-Venezuelans and Indigenous populations in Venezuela. The working poor have made tremendous gains because the government implemented policies and passed laws to fight racism, sexism, homophobia and economic inequality. Despite sanctions and sabotage, Venezuela has maintained a transparent and democratic system through many elections. Venezuela provides aid to struggling people worldwide through subsidized fuel and by leading the way with progressive labor laws. Their gains are part of the global struggle waged by workers and the oppressed against the wealthiest and most powerful capitalists on the planet.

Therefore, we demand:

  • The U.S. immediately cease all hostile actions against the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela — lift all sanctions, stop backing a coup, cease efforts to destroy the Venezuelan economy and respect the right of the Venezuelan people to self-determination.
  • All countries involved in the plunder of Venezuelan wealth immediately return what they have stolen to the democratically elected government of Venezuela and its people.
  • Wall Street must immediately pay reparations to the Venezuelan people for their suffering under genocidal sanctions and currency manipulation.

In the internationalist and liberatory spirit of Simón Bolívar, we pledge to mobilize and fight on the side of Venezuela’s right to sovereignty, understanding that the gains won under the Bolivarian Revolution are gains for all the world’s workers and oppressed.

Sign on to the statement and get involved to demand: U.S. hands off Venezuela!

 

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Endorsing Organizations

International Action Center

Alliance for Global Justice

BAYAN USA

Freedom Road Socialist Organization (FRSO)

ANTICONQUISTA

Fight for Im/migrants and Refugees Everywhere (FIRE)

Fire This Time Movement for Social Justice - Venezuela Solidarity Campaign (Canada)

Mobilization Against War and Occupation - MAWO (Canada)

Batukada Revolucionaria (Colombia)

Central America Solidarity Coalition of Racine and Kenosha

Coalición Fortaleza Latina Pennsylvania

Coalition for Justice

Collettivo La Classe (Italy)

Communist Party of the DPR

Communiste Reconstruction Canada (Quebec)

Ecumenical Peace Institute

Frente Antiimperialista Internacionalista (Madrid)

Fronte Popolare (Italy)

Hilton Head for Peace

Houston Friends of Venezuela

Labor Today/Labor United for Class Struggle

MOVE Organization

New York-New Jersey July 26 Coalition

Nicaragua Center for Community Action

Ohana Ho`opakele

Pakistan USA Freedom Forum

Palestine Prisoners Society

La Peña del Bronx

People's Organization for Progress (POP)

Popular Front (France)

Popular Resistance

The ProLibertad Freedom Campaign

Public Awareness Education Programs - Sciences and Humanities

Punks for Progress

Racine Coalition for Peace and Justice

Roots of Conflict

Samidoun Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network

SI Solidarity Iran

Socialist Labour Party (UK)

Socialist Party of Bangladesh

Tlaxcala Network

Union County (NJ) Peace Council

United National Antiwar Coalition (UNAC)

USW Local 8751 Boston School Bus Drivers Union

U.S. Peace Council

Vancouver Communities in Solidarity with Cuba - VCSC (Canada)

Veterans For Peace - Chapter 71

Women In Time Change History

Workers World Party

Yes for Cuba Solidarity New York


Signers

Reverend Aaron, Punks for Progress

Elizabeth Aaronsohn, New Britain CT

Susan Abulhawa, author

Judith Ackerman, UFT, NYC

Elizabeth Adams, Leverety MA

Sofia Adams, NYC

Pam Africa, International Concerned Family and Friends of Mumia Abu-Jamal

Matthew Allen, Tokyo, Japan

Ferdinand Almodovar, NYC

Salem Amin, Salamanca, Spain

Nimrodh Ananth, India

Jens Andersen, Buffalo NY

S. E. Anderson, National Black Education Agenda, Brooklyn NY

Thomas Answeeney, Buffalo NY

Alessio Arena, Fronte Popolare (Italy)

Adrianne Aron, School of the Americas Watch (S0AW)

Belladonna Ashman, Boston MA

Bahman Azad, U.S. Peace Council

Charity Baker, Crossville TN

Natylie Baldwin, Concord CA

Joyce Banzhaf, Grass Valley CA

Ajamu Baraka, National Organizer Black Alliance for Peace

Fr. Luis Barrios, Holyrood Church/Iglesia Santa Cruz, NYC

Roger Batchelder, OPENER, San Diego CA

Patricia Beetle, Castleton NY

Thomas Beilman, Salem OR

Said Belabed, Long Island City NY

Pat Benabe, Lawrence KS

Russell Bentley, Communist Party of the DPR, Donetsk People's Republic

Peter Berkowitz, Cambridge MA

Judith Block, Bronx NY

Alison Bodine, Mobilization Against War and Occupation-MAWO (Canada)

Diana Bohn, Nicaragua Center for Community Action

Max Bollock, Peace Action, Point Arena CA

Giulio Bonali, Fiorenzuola, Italy

Keith Brooks, NWU, UFT, Brooklyn for Peace

Daniel Brown, Rite of Strings (Australia)

Kim Bryan, Liverpool, United Kingdom, Socialist Labour Party (UK)

Mary Buchwald, Brooklyn for Peace

Josh Bunting, Buffalo DSA, Tonawanda NY

Lionel Burman, West Kirby, United Kingdom

Charles Byrne, Wheaton IL

Shontae’ Cannon-Buckley, Buffalo NY

John Catalinotto, NYC

Joe Catron, Samidoun Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network

Anton Cebalo, NYC

Nate Chase, Peoples Power Assemblies

Edward Childs, UNITE-HERE Local 26

Kathryn Christian, Grand Junction CO

George Ciccariello-Maher, The Hemispheric Institute

Dan Cohen, Journalist

Lynn Comerford, California State University, East Bay

Gerry Condon, President, Board of Directors, Veterans For Peace

Fabio Corvaglia, Cambridge, ON, Canada

Michael Coutts, Rockville MD

Matthew Cunningham-Cook, Philadelphia PA

Russell Dale, NYC

Nicolas J S Davies, CODEPINK

David Davis, Cross Border Network for Justice and Solidarity

Jacqui Deveneau, Green Party, Portland ME

Peggy Dobbins, Women In Time Change History, Atlanta GA

Tim Duda, San Antonio TX

Mary Lee Duff, Guilford CT

Nancy Eberg, Greater New Haven Peace Council

Hamid Ebrahimi, Bucuresti, Romania

Raymond Eurquhart, Durham NC

Sand Fessler, Rochester NY

Bazlur Rashid Firoz, Socialist Party of Bangladesh

Taryn Fivek, International Action Center

Sara Flounders, International Action Center

Bobbie Flowers, NYC

Stephen Fournier, Hartford CT

Norma Frye, Norfolk UK

Ramiro Funez, ANTICONQUISTA, Los Angeles CA

Edward Gibney, St. John, Virgin Islands

Mark M Giese, Racine WI

John Gilbert, FLC-CGIL (Italy)

Richard L Giovanoni, Morton Grove IL

Jill Godmilow, NYC

Marcy Gordon, Brooklyn NY

Arnold Gore, Brooklyn for Peace, Brooklyn NY

Bonnie Gorman, Peace Action, Quincy MA

Peter Goselin, Hartford CT

Susan Grant, Durham, United Kingdom

Liza Green, Women's Fightback Network, former AFSCME Local 8751 (Harvard Union of Clerical and Technical Workers)

William Grosh, El Centro CA

Dr. Joachim Gruber, Ankershagen, Germany

Peter Gunther, Chicago IL

Prof. Andrew Paul Gutierrez, Kensington CA

Teresa Gutierrez, Fight for Im/migrants and Refugees Everywhere (FIRE)

Elizabeth Guthrie, Webstser NY

Margaret Guttshall, Dearborn MI

Sheila Hamanaka, NYC

Lawrence Hamm, Chair of Peoples Organization for Progress (POP)

Tamara Hansen, Vancouver Communities in Solidarity with Cuba - VCSC (Canada)

Amy Harlib, NYC

Mike Hearington, Veterans for Peace, Thompsons Station, TN

Mario Hernandez, Coordinadora de Medios de la Cuba (COMECI)

Rémy Herrera, writer, Paris

Ana Hitri, Westport CT

Sue Harris, Jersey City NJ

Mark Heald, Pleasant Hill TN

Lon Herman, Ferndale MI

Misty Hillin, Austin TX

ABear Holhut, NYC

Guy Hollyday, Baltimore MD

Joan Hoff, Big Sky MT

Herbert Hoffman, Central New Mexico Chapter of PDA, Albuquerque NM

Juergen Hoffmann, Hannover, Germany

Jonathon Hurd, Seattle WA

Saeed Iqbal, Arlington TX

Ananth Jayakumar, Tamilnadu, India

David Jeang, Rockville MD

T Jeffries, Bend OR

Dale Johnson, Barva de Heredia, Costa Rica

Reginald Johnson, Bridgeport CT

Dawn Jones, Wellman IA

Charlotte Kates, Samidoun Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network

Walda Katz-Fishman, Bethesda MD

Chuck Kaufman, Alliance for Global Justice

Robert Keilbach, Veterans For Peace - NYC Chapter 34

Ted Kelly, Philadelphia PA

Sam Kepfield, Hutchinson KS

Marshall Keraly, Spokane Valley WA

Joan Kincaid, ASPCA, Sea Cliff NY

Elaine Marie Kinch, Central America Solidarity Coalition of Racine and Kenosha, and the Racine Coalition for Peace and Justice

Laurie and Dave King, Climate Jobs PDX

Stevan Kirschbaum, Vice President, United Steelworkers, Local 8751, Boston School Bus Union

Michael Kramer, President of Veterans For Peace Chapter 21, New Jersey

Mike Kuhlenbeck, National Writers Union UAW Local 1981/AFL-CIO

Michael Laird, NYC

Yvonne Lalyre, Boston MA

Ed Lehman, Regina Peace Council, Saskatchewan, Canada

Paul Lenart, Reno NV

Cecile Leneman, Berkeley CA

Judith Cashin Lerma, RNC MSN CCM with National Nurses United/National Nurses Organizing Committee

Joe Lombardo, United National Antiwar Coalition (UNAC)

Al Long, Norfolk VA

Gisela Lopez, Chicago Cuba Coalition

Joel Lorimer, Albuquerque NM

Zigi Lowenberg, National Writers Union

Denise Lytle, Fords NJ

Juan M, Charlotte Revolutionary Collective, Charlotte NC

Elisabeth Manning, Albuquerque NM

Dorrine Marshall, Irvine CA

Eileen Massey, Oakland CA

Janet Mayes, International Action Center

Cynthia McKinney, Former U.S. congressperson and presidential candidate

Jana Mariposa Muhar Niernberger, Mariposa Habitat Nursery, Santa Rosa CA

Susan Massad, Natick MA

Ernst Mecke, Helsingfors, Finland

Sigyn Meder, Stockholm, Sweden

Jonathan Mitchell, Madison AL

Alfred Molison, Green Party of Texas

Monica Moorehead, Workers World Party 2016 presidential candidate

Jean Mont-Eton, San Francisco CA

Maria Morales, Racine WI

Helen Moss, Cyprus

Joel Myron, Jersey City NJ

Lyn Neeley, Portland OR

Rosemary Neidenberg, Brooklyn NY

Gary Nelson, Troy NY

Max Newton, Berkeley CA

Ben Norton, Journalist

Gloria Osborne, Springwater NY

Richard Peppin, Rockville MD

Yvonne Perret, Advocacy and Training Center, Cumberland MD

Jenna Peters-Golden, Philadelphia PA

Rafael Pla-Lopez, Meliana, Valencia, Spain

Anna Potempska, Forrest Hills NY

Minnie Bruce Pratt, UAW/National Writers Union Local 1981

Anne Pruden, Brooklyn NY

Donald Ptak, Delevan NJ

Chuck Puckett, Owensboro KY

Tomas Racek, NYC

Antonio Rahman, Cary NC

Azza Rojbi, Fire This Time Movement for Social Justice - Venezuela Solidarity Campaign (Canada)

Beverly Rolfsmeyer, Philadelphia PA

Peyman Rouhi, Malmoe, Sweden

Ann Ruthsdottir, Peaceworks, Brunswick ME

Guido Salza, Fronte Popolare (Italy)

Luis Sarellano, El Paso TX

Wayne Santleben, NSW Branch Communist Party Of Australia

John Satter, Boulder CO

Rosemarie Sawdon, Coalition for Justice, Blacksburg VA

Carolyn Scarr, Ecumenical Peace Institute, Berkeley CA

Corey Schade, Loch Arbour NJ

Michael Scheinberg, AFT NJ

Mary Jane Schutzius, Florissant MO

Hans F. Schweinsberg, Public Awareness Education Programs - Sciences and Humanities (Toronto)

Banbose Shango, A-APRP(GC)

Brian Shea, Somerville MA

Cindy Sheehan, Executive Boardmember, March on the Pentagon

Vyacheslav Shokurov, Baltimore MD

Robert Shore, Watertown MA

Tim Shorrock, Independent Journalist, Washington DC

A. Shouse, Ithaca NY

Victor Silva, Amora, Portugal

William Simon, Santa Rosa CA

Meaghan Simpson, Eureka CA

Summer Smith, FIRE Utah and Utah Education Association-GEA

Mohammad Soleymani, Stockholm, Sweden

J. Michael Springmann, Washington, D.C.

Deena Stryker, Philadelphia PA

Veronica Suarez, NYC

Dean Stevens, Brookline AK

Dr. F Taylor, Hilton Head for Peace, Hilton Head, SC

Fern Tishman, Truth Action for 9/11/01

Andy Thomas, London, United Kingdom

Ann Thomas, Mt. Holly NJ

David Thomas, Ridgeway, ON, Canada

William Thomas, Auburn NH

Sally-Alice Thompson, Albuquerque NM

Patricia Thukral, Newport News VA

Loan Tran, Durham NC

Peter Unterweger, Beacon NY

Wil Van Natta, Veterans for Peace, San Diego CA

Gabriel Voiles, NYC

John Warne, Fishers IN

Kay Warren, Espanola NM

Sandra Waters, Washington, D.C.

Julie Webb-Pullman, New Zealand

Chris Wedge, Rocklin CA

Scott A. Weir, PhD (Economics), Durham NC

Dan Wicht, Fridley MN

Beverly Williams, Medford OR

Susan Willis, Tucson AZ

Joël Wunsch, Hesperange, Luxembourg

Ingrid Yogaratnam, Cranston RI

Vaska Yu, Cambridge, ON, Canada

Kevin Zeese, Popular Resistance, Baltimore MD

Vivian Zelaya, Ecumenical Peace Institute, Berkeley CA

Abdelkrim Zemzari, Tunisian Right for Health Association, Ariana, Tunisia

Lea-Anne Zinke, Pine Falls, Manitoba, Canada





Courtesy of No War on Venezuela!
Source: https://www.nowaronvenezuela.org/
Publication date of original article: 01/02/2019
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