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Francis' Letter to "Mister" Maduro Leaked

Pope Francis sent a private letter (February 7) to Nicolas Maduro calling him “señor” rather than “presidente”.

Opposition leader Juan Guaidó who belongs to the upper class, was recognized on 23 January as Interim President by the Western regimes who are greedy for Venezuela's gigantic oil reserves. Guaidó is not supported by the military nor by a majority of the population.

Francis' letter was leaked [by the Vatican] to the Corriere Della Sera. Francis writes that conditions aren’t ripe for the Vatican to act as mediator. He asked to “avoid any form of bloodshed”.

It seems that Francis hesitates to take sides before it becomes clear who will win.

Venezuela’s liberal bishops backed opposition marches and called Maduro’s election “illegitimate” although there is no evidence for this.

Picture: Nicolas Maduro, © Fabio Rodrigues Pozzebom/ABr - Agência Brasil, CC BY-SA, #newsOtyxjbvvcp
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Maduro and Guaidó: Who is supporting whom in Venezuela?

Who supports Guaidó?
The United States
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Who backs Maduro?
Russia
China
Cuba
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The problem is socialism and, in Venezuela, Maduro's dictatorship. The results of the problem are:

The dictatorship's military leadership has actually blockaded entry of aid – of which the U.S. is sending a gargantuan shipload, with other nations pitching in as well. Canada, for instance, has pledged $53 million. It's strange stuff, given that many dictatorships keep themselves afloat through …More
The problem is socialism and, in Venezuela, Maduro's dictatorship. The results of the problem are:

The dictatorship's military leadership has actually blockaded entry of aid – of which the U.S. is sending a gargantuan shipload, with other nations pitching in as well. Canada, for instance, has pledged $53 million. It's strange stuff, given that many dictatorships keep themselves afloat through the vehicle of aid. Maduro sees a threat to his own power and has justified his disgusting move by claiming that Venezuela is not a "country of beggars," a false statement if there ever was one, given the presence of Venezuelan beggars in every large city of Latin America. It's fine with Maduro that it's a nation of starvers.

Venezuelans on average have lost an average of 24 pounds a year per person, and the poverty rate under this socialism has soared to 90%. The poor who are protesting Maduro in Venezuela's cities are largely motivated by hunger. At least 3 million Venezuelans have fled for their lives, with many estimates much higher Yet, in its socialism, the Venezuelan regime make a big virtue-signaling claim to be all in for providing for the poor at the expense of the "rich." What a hollow claim that is as aid is turned away. It shows one thing about socialism, and one thing alone: That socialism is, and always has been, all about retaining power.
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Mugwump
Funny, tons of so-called aid to a country with immense oil reserves but no aid to Yemen. Like it or not, Maduro is the legally elected president of Venezuela. I am sure his government can distribute the aid efficiently.

America should in no way attempt to overthrow another country's government. Heck, we have enough losing wars on our plate as it is right now.
mattsixteen24
Maduro govt is evil socialist. Why is gloria.tv defending socialists?