Archive for März 4th, 2019

4. März 2019

„Geben Sie nicht auf Präsident, wir möchten, dass Sie vorangehen sich widersetzen“: Botschaft der Yanomami von Parima B in Alto Orinoco, 15 km von der Grenze zu Brasilien entfernt, an den Präsidenten von Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro

4. März 2019

Venezuela: The US failed attempts to split armed forces

4. März 2019

Guaido defies ban, returns to Venezuela

4. März 2019

Russland: US-Regierung will radikale Opposition in Venezuela bewaffnen (amerika21)

Russlands Regierung hat sich erneut besorgt über Pläne der US-Administration zur Bewaffnung der Ultrarechten und einer militärischen Intervention in Venezuela gezeigt.


4. März 2019

Jürgen Todenhöfer: Die große Heuchelei – Lesung. Do 14. März Berlin, Huxleys Neue Welt Hasenheide 107-113

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Am 14. März stelle ich mein neues Buch exklusiv in BERLIN vor. Hier könnt ihr noch TICKETS für die Premiere bekommen: „DIE GROSSE HEUCHELEI. Wie Politik und Medien unsere Werte verraten” ist ein Frontbericht aus den Kriegsgebieten dieser Welt. Mit Informationen, die euch die Sprache verschlagen werden. Es ist mein wichtigstes Buch.

Ich hoffe euch bei der Premiere in Berlin zu sehen! Ich werde aus dem Buch lesen, mit euch diskutieren und anschließend Bücher unterschreiben.

PS: Mein Buch-Reinerlös geht an schwerverletzte Kinder in Syrien. Co-Autor des Buches ist übrigens mein Sohn Frederic.

Seine weltweiten Militärinterventionen dienten nicht erst jetzt, sondern bereits seit Jahrhunderten nie den Menschenrechten oder anderen edlen Werten und Zielen, sondern stets ökonomischen oder geostrategischen Interessen. Jürgen Todenhöfen belegt das in seinem neuen Buch mit dramatischen Reportagen aus den Krisengebieten dieser Welt, aber auch mit packenden historischen Analysen.

Er hat für dieses Buch zusammen mit seinem Sohn und Co-Autor Frédéric Todenhöfer vor Ort in den gefährlichsten Krisengebieten der Welt recherchiert, oft unter extremen Gefahren. Stets versuchten sie, mit beiden Seiten zu sprechen. Mit führenden Taliban und mit dem afghanischen Präsidenten, mit dem IS im „Islamischen Staat“, aber auch mit dem syrischen Präsidenten.

4. März 2019

NOTICIAS VENEZUELA, 04 de Marzo 2019

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4. März 2019

Guaidó zurück in Venezuela: Empfang durch ausländische „Leibwächter“ (RT Deutsch)

Der selbsternannte Übergangspräsident Juan Guaidó kehrte am Montag nach Venezuela zurück. Dort wurde er von Botschaftern fremder Regierungen in Empfang genommen. Venezolanische Behörden hatten zuvor gewarnt, dass Guaidó im Falle seiner Rückkehr 30 Jahre Haft drohen würden.

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4. März 2019

Foreign Minister Arreaza Holds UN Marathon for Peace: Guaido Urges Military Intervention and War

In a herculean effort to prevent war, and protect the integrity of his country, Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza held a breathtaking schedule of events at the United Nations, including a meeting with the Secretary-General, consultations with the envoys of 60 member states supporting Venezuela’s sovereignty, a press conference the evening of February 22, speaking at a Security Council meeting February 26, and presenting an address at the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva on February 27.

Arreaza’s encyclopedic knowledge of history is one of his powerful assets, as he patiently clarified to reporters, at last Friday’s press conference, the reality of US instigated economic warfare underlying Venezuela’s current crisis. At one bizarre moment, a European reporter, asked, Mussolini-style, about a report that Venezuelan armed forces shot an unarmed indigenous person, and compared the incident to “what happened in China.” Arreaza asked whether the reporter had seen the incident, and, evading Arreaza’s question the reporter continued: “Is your government giving specific orders to shoot unarmed people, and what will happen to those who refuse to comply with these orders?” The stupefying question, less a query, and more unsubstantiated innuendo, was asked with such arrogance and grandiosity that Arriaza, fully aware of the insinuation intended, replied:

Your question is full of venom and very poisonous. The army of Bolivar has never had orders to fire on the civilian population, and you should be the first to assess the reliability of false ‘reports,’ and false flag operations. It is your responsibility as a reporter to be smart, astute, and delve into the truth, and recognize propaganda.

What was unmistakable, throughout last week, and again at Tuesday’s Security Council meeting, is Arreaza’s passionate effort to prevent the bloodbath of military confrontation, reiterating the historic context of the Venezuelan crisis to reporters and diplomats who may have a stunted recognition of the barbarous – but often ingenious – methods used by Washington to impose domination and de facto slavery on nations in Latin America. Theirs is virtually a scientific formula – economic destabilization, a relentless media disinformation campaign, and if the current target – in this case Venezuela – does not submit to domination, ultimately military force will be decisive in inflicting regime change, installing a docile, subservient puppet. The horrific example of the overthrow of Allende in Chile is merely one example.

In view of the usual perception of indigenous people as vulnerable and marginalized, it was therefore extremely interesting to see a New York Times report, February 23, confirming that “Indigenous leaders seized General Jose Miguel Montoya Ramirez, the head of Bolivar state’s National Guard force, and some of his subordinates, two opposition lawmakers from the area said in interviews….the lawmakers said it was unclear how long the indigenous leaders intended to hold the captives.” It is obvious that it would not be possible for “vulnerable” people to seize a Venezuelan General and the head of Bolivar state’s National Guard unless the “vulnerable” people were powerfully armed. And where the indigenous people got the arms from is an even more interesting question. It is not a minor accomplishment to kidnap the General of a National Guard force.

The Wall Street Journal on February 25, 2019 headlined: “Maduro’s Opposition Urges Military Force in Venezuela,” making inescapable that the Venezuelan opposition is either lobotomized, or heedless of the bloodbath military action will culminate in. The New York Times on February 25, page 4, has a large photograph of “innocent, unarmed” protesters preparing Molotov cocktails on Sunday along the Venezuela-Colombia border.

The Security Council meeting Tuesday, February 26, was preceded by an asinine lineup of eight members of the European Union, demanding that Venezuela immediately call elections. Evidently ignorant of the fact that former U.S. President Jimmy Carter characterized the Venezuelan electoral process as “one of the best in the world,” and the US electoral process as “one of the worst,” these European proxies were better suited to comic parody in a Mozart opera than to intervention in matters of war and peace. And, of course, who is to determine that, even if new elections are called, they will be either free or fair. Obviously, the result will be as Washington directs its European colonies to approve.

It would not be possible to avoid reference to U.S. Senator Marco Rubio’s gruesome tweet, threatening Maduro, and not incidentally Kim Jong Un, with hideous death by torture, including sodomization with bayonets before his murder. These horrific actions were committed by those “vulnerable, peaceful Libyans” for whom the UN Security Council, enacting Resolution 1973 and “Responsibity to Protect,” in the unforgettable words of Indian Ambassador Puri, were authorized to “bomb the hell out of Libya.” It is very likely that the Venezuelan opposition, especially those thugs, photographed by The New York Times on February 23 preparing Molotov cocktails, are the same breed as those Libyan monsters who, among other tortures, sodomized President Khadaffi with a bayonet before murdering him. No doubt Kim Jong Un will duly note this threat, and perhaps Maduro will ponder Khadaffi’s mistake in surrendering his nuclear program.

Today’s Security Council meeting, with the failure of both the US and Russian drafts, included Elliott Abrams regurgitating the same dangerous and deadly platitudes as always. The double veto of the US draft, by both China and Russia, saved the Security Council from endorsing another catastrophic military intervention.

Carla Stea is Global Research’s correspondent at United Nations Headquarters, New York, N.Y.

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4. März 2019

Venezuela receives support from the international community in the UN Security Council

Several delegations of the world gave their support to the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, before the Security Council of the United Nations (UN), where the so-called “humanitarian crisis” of the South American country was discussed on Tuesday.

In the interventions, the diplomatic representative of South Africa, Jerry Matilja, expressed his opposition to the threat of the use of force against that territory.

“Our country suffered one of the worst regimes, and even so we believe that dialogue is the only way to solve problems, and we see countries here that refuse to dialogue as an option”, he said.

He also urged the Security Council not to predefine the future of a country. “We call on respecting the sovereignty of each State”, he said.

Likewise, the permanent representative of the Russian Federation, Vassily Nebenzia, affirmed that those who support the United States in its attempts against Venezuela will be accomplices in violating the UN Charter and international law.

Nebenzia recalled how the United States has participated in 280 military interventions throughout the world, several of them in Latin America.

Similarly, he rejected the support that has emerged towards the deputy of the National Assembly (AN) in contempt and self-proclaimed interim president of the Republic, Juan Guaidó and reiterated that the legitimate president of Venezuela is Nicolás Maduro. Similarly, criticized once again the position of the United States.

“Let’s call things by their name. This is not humanitarian aid. If the United States really want to help the Venezuelan people, it would do it through international bodies”, the Russian diplomat reiterated.

Meanwhile, Ma Zhaoxu, spokesman for the People’s Republic of China at the UN also expressed his appreciation to President Nicolás Maduro and his efforts to safeguard the sovereignty, independence and stability of the South American country and urged member states to “not violate the principles and purposes enshrined in the UN Charter.

“We oppose any external interference, any military intervention, and the use of humanitarian aid for political purposes to provoke turbulence”, he said.

He added: “Venezuela’s affairs are a matter for the Venezuelan government to occupy”.

In that same line, the spokesman of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea Anatolio Ndong Mba, called to “refrain from any act that calls for violence in Venezuela”.

Other of the pronouncements in favor of the South American nation, was the one of the Ambassador Plurinational State of Bolivia, Sacha Llorenti who called to “banish the use of force” in the region.

“We will not tire of repeating that Latin America and the Caribbean is an area committed to peace and non-intervention in the affairs of any state”, said the Bolivian representative to the UN.

In addition, he stressed that neither the United Nations, nor the Red Cross, nor the Catholic Church have lent themselves to an “operation” carried out under the pretext of supposed “humanitarian aid”.

For his part, the representative of the United Mexican States said that his country is “deeply respectful of international law and the self-determination of the people (…) and is also a strong promoter of peace and peaceful settlement of disputes”. For that reason, he called on the international community to maintain “a position of caution and prevent further escalation of violence”.

In turn, the alternate permanent representative of the Republic of Cuba to the UN, Ana Silvia Rodríguez, pointed out that the US government, “with the complicity of several actors”. mounted a provocation that sought to undermine Venezuela’s sovereignty, and that this operation “endangered the lives of many Venezuelans”.

At the same time, she described the attempt to forcibly enter the Caribbean country as a “serious violation of international law and the Charter of the United Nations.

According to the Cuban diplomat, Washington “continues to fabricate humanitarian pretexts” to intervene militarily in Venezuela.

Rodriguez also highlighted her “solidarity with President Nicolás Maduro, with the Bolivarian Revolution and its unrestricted support for the civic-military union”.

4. März 2019

Hände weg von Venezuela: Kundgebung 2.3.2019 vor den US-Konsulat in München

4. März 2019

South Africa’s UN Ambassador in the Security Council, Jerry Matjila: UN members should respect Venezuela sovereignty

The threat by some UN member states to use force on the territorial integrity and political independence of Venezuela is inconsistent with the mission of maintaining international peace and security among nations, South Africa has argued.

“The United Nations Security Council is the principle organ charged with maintaining international peace and security. Yet today we are witnessing the council divided on the internal affairs of a fellow member State, with some even threatening to use force against the territorial integrity and political independence of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela as a fellow member of the United Nations,” said South Africa’s UN Ambassador in the Security Council, Jerry Matjila, in his address at the open briefing of the UN Security Council.

The threat of force, Matjila said, would set a bad precedent.

“We, on the African continent, have suffered a great deal as external forces used undemocratic tools of regime change to solve problems on the continent. In principle, we are strongly opposed to this way of solving any problem. This approach takes away the basic rights of the people of the country to determine their own future.”

Matjila reiterated South Africa’s view that the people of Venezuela should decide their future.

“All that we can do is to help them, but the decision remains theirs. We recognise the democratic processes followed by Venezuela in choosing a President, but we also recognise that Venezuela is currently facing humanitarian challenges.

“South Africa draws from its experience in overcoming one of the most repressive and insidious racist regimes through dialogue and believes that internal, inclusive dialogue remains the only viable and sustainable path to ending the political crisis in Venezuela.

“Political dialogue should seem obvious and the first logical port of call, yet the actions of some in the international community have not been conducive and encouraging to this approach. Isolating and vilifying one party, and calling for a specific prescribed course of action which would preclude dialogue will only foment possible recourse to armed conflict. I reiterate, this is inconsistent with the purpose of the UN Security Council.”

While South Africa does not believe that the situation in Venezuela poses a threat to international peace and security, Pretoria is concerned about the humanitarian crisis in the South American state.

“We are alarmed at the unrest and loss of life that has taken place over the past weekend. Instead of assisting the people of Venezuela, the politicisation and indeed weaponisation of humanitarian assistance has served to aggravate tensions in Venezuela that can only lead to violence and confrontation.

“It is of utmost importance that support to the people of Venezuela does not serve as a focal point for increased tensions, antagonisms or become a tool in the political dispute that is being coaxed on by external actors,” Matjila said.

Matjila said Pretoria believes that humanitarian aid should not be used for the political ends of parties to the crisis, but should be delivered through the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs to ensure its neutrality and impartiality.

“This council cannot predetermine the will of the people of Venezuela. Therefore, the international community should promote a framework of inclusive internal dialogue in order for the people of Venezuela to determine their own destiny,” he said. –

4. März 2019

US-Kongressabgeordnete und US-Präsidentschaftskandidatin Tulsi Gabbard: USA hat kein Recht die Souveränität Venezuelas zu verletzen.

4. März 2019

Für die US-Regierung ist Venezuela nur das erste Opfer. US-amerikanische Politiker über Militärinterventionen in Kuba und Venezuela (

Der nationale US- Sicherheitsberater John Bolton hielt im November 2018, wenige Tage vor den US-Zwischenwahlen, in Miami eine Rede gegen die „Troika der Tyrannei“. Im Stil des Kalten Krieges kündigte er an, Kuba, Venezuela und Nicaragua würden zusammenbrechen. „Wir wissen, dass ihr Tag der Abrechnung bevorsteht. Die Vereinigten Staaten freuen sich nun darauf, jede Ecke des Dreiecks fallen zu sehen: in Havanna, in Caracas, in Managua.“ Diese Brandrede war mehr als nur ein Wahlkampfauftritt vor exilkubanischen Wählern, sondern ein Ausdruck der Entschlossenheit der Trump-Regierung, die US-Hegemonie in Lateinamerika wiederherzustellen.

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4. März 2019

MdB Andrej Hunko im Gespräch: Hilfe für Modernisierung der Bandera-Straße ist inakzeptabel (RT Deutsch)

Dass die Bundesregierung die Modernisierung einer Straße finanziert, die den Namen eines Nazi-Kollaborateurs trägt, sieht der Europasprecher der Linken Andrej Hunko kritisch. In einem RT-Gespräch verdeutlicht er seine Position zum ukrainischen Nationalismus.

RT Deutsch: Herr Hunko, wie beurteilen Sie die finanzielle und fachmännische Unterstützung der Bundesregierung für die ukrainischen Kommunalbehörden bei der Umgestaltung der Stepan-Bandera-Straße in Lwiw? Sie haben dazu eine Anfrage an die Parlamentarische Staatssekretärin gestellt.


4. März 2019

Russia to ‘do its best’ to prevent US intervention in Venezuela: top lawmaker

Russia will do whatever it can to prevent a possible intervention by the United States in Venezuela, the chairwoman of the upper house of the Russian Parliament said Monday.

Valentina Matviyenko – the speaker of the Federation Council, known for her close ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin – expressed concern over a rumored U.S. intervention and the bloodshed that would result.

„But we’ll do our best to make sure this doesn’t happen,“ Matviyenko said.

On Saturday, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov condemned Washington’s „flagrant interference“ and „destructive influence“ in Venezuela, in a telephone conversation with his U.S. counterpart Mike Pompeo.

Lavrov also said that Moscow was prepared to hold bilateral talks with the U.S. on the Venezuela issue while stressing that „only the Venezuelans have the right to decide their future.“

Venezuela has been in turmoil since Jan. 23, when Juan Guaido, who heads Venezuela’s National Assembly, declared himself acting president, a move which was supported by the U.S. and many European and Latin American countries.

Turkey, Russia, Iran, Cuba, China, and Bolivia put their weight behind Maduro, who has vowed to cut all diplomatic and political ties with the U.S.

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