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For Venezuela, There is No Going Back by Ali Mustafa

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Crossposted with permission from www.socialistproject.ca/bullet/

by Ali Mustafa
Socialist Project | The Bullet
March 24, 2010

A Discussion with Federico Fuentes and Kiraz Janicke

As Venezuela’s Bolivarian Revolution enters a new decade of struggle and defiantly advances toward its goal of ‘21st Century Socialism,’ serious challenges to the future of the process emerging from both inside and outside the country still abound. As a result, key questions surrounding Venezuela’s mounting tensions with the West, the role played by its fiery and outspoken leader Hugo Chavez, and the future of the process itself remain as relevant today as ever before. Australian-based journalists and long-time Venezuela solidarity activists Federico Fuentes and Kiraz Janicke have been carefully following Venezuela’s ongoing political transformation for several years now, countering mainstream media spin and providing invaluable on-the-ground coverage and analysis about the process as it unfolds.

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Venezuela’s Bolivarian Revolution – The 2nd Decade – Profile of a People’s Movement


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Resistance leader: US is behind the coup by Federico Fuentes

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Posted with permission from Green Left Weekly

by Federico Fuentes and Kiraz Janicke
Green Left

7 September 2009

In Sao Paolo, Brazil, over August 17-19, Green Left Weekly journalists Kiraz Janicke and Federico Fuentes, together with journalists from Marea Socialista (Venezuela) and Alternativa Socialista (Argentina) spoke to Gilberto Rios, from the National Popular Resistance Front against the Coup in Honduras (FN).

They discussed the large resistance movement against the coup that ousted the democratically elected president of Honduras, Manuel Zelaya, on June 28.


How is the Honduran oligarchy sustaining itself in the face of the growing mass movement against the coup?

The oligarchy does not have the capacity to orchestrate the media campaign that is happening now throughout the country. The media campaign, the government’s policy, and the mobilisation of the police and army are a result of CIA planning. It is confirmed that there is a CIA group working in [the Honduran capital] Tegucigalpa directing the coup.

It is really US support that has sustained the coup.

What do you think will happen next in Honduras?

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