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Venezuela's gov't, opponents resume talks; U.S. eases sanction

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By REGINA GARCIA CANO

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The US backed coup has failed.

Maduro remains President.

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It is an abuse and an act of modern colonialist piracy that the US imposes sanctions on countries that do not think or accommodate to its ideology, supressing the free development and determination of countries, in addition to ending up ruining them financially..

That is terrorism disguised as "freedom and goodwill" and they have done so since 1776, freeing themselves from an invading colonialist empire to become the same kind of entity..

Never forget "Operation Condor" in Latin America..

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And now with the conflict in Ukraine, Venezuela is newwest friend of US..

What a pathetic US geopolitical hypocrecy...

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Because Biden used almost our strategic reserves for political reasons and he needs to buy Venezuelan oil now.

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Because Biden used almost our strategic reserves for political reasons and he needs to buy Venezuelan oil now.

This isn't true. Using a third of the strategic reserve oil isn't "almost all."

https://ycharts.com/indicators/us_ending_stocks_of_crude_oil_in_the_strategic_petroleum_reserve#:~:text=US%20Crude%20Oil%20in%20the%20Strategic%20Petroleum%20Reserve%20Stocks%20is,35.57%25%20from%20one%20year%20ago.

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The U.S. government, in response, agreed to allow oil giant Chevron to pump Venezuelan oil.

Anyone really believe this is the reason for allowing Chevron to do this?

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