Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro is getting paranoid after the neighboring people of Brazil voted in free market ruler Jair Bolsonaro into power during recent presidential elections. Maduro believes that Bolsonaro is plotting with the Trump administration to oust him from power.
Despite the crumbling of the Venezuelan economy under the failed policies of socialism, Maduro is not ready to step down. The despot is becoming drunk with power in what are likely his final days, proclaiming that the “popular force” of the people is fully under his control.
“There will be no Bolsonaro here, because we have built the popular force,” said Maduro during an address to his United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV).
Maduro is also paranoid about incoming Vice President General Hamilton Mourão, who he believes is working with capitalist right-wing interlopers to drive him from power.
“Here I am waiting for you, with the millions of men and women from the Armed Forces of Venezuela,” Maduro proclaimed. “Come in person, Mourão.”
Bolsonaro is unfazed by Maduro’s tough talk. In fact, he recently rescinded invitations for Maduro and Cuban officials to attend his presidential inauguration. Bolsonaro wants nothing to do with these criminal leftist regimes at war against the freedoms of their own people.
“Obviously, regimes that violate the freedoms of their peoples and act openly against the future government of Brazil because of ideological affiliation with the group defeated in the elections will not be in the presidential inauguration in 2019,” Bolsonaro wrote in a Twitter post. “We defend and truly respect democracy.”
The based Brazilian President-elect also pledges to rid the country of its communist sludge, a pledge that certainly put has Maduro on notice.
“Either they go overseas, or they go to jail,” Bolsonaro said in October. “These red outlaws will be banished from our homeland. It will be a clean up the likes of which has never been seen in Brazilian history.”
Venezuela’s Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza claims that Bolsonaro is the “epitome of intolerance, fascism, and submission to interests contrary to those of Latin American and Caribbean integration.” The tyrants continue to cloak themselves in sappy left-wing rhetoric even while the nation disintegrates in real time.
Nevertheless, Bolsonaro is rising as Maduro is falling. The truth of the matter is a foreign-led coup d’etat is very unlikely in Venezuela. What is far more likely is a popular uprising of enraged Venezuelan peasants demanding Maduro’s head on a pike. All the whining about Western scapegoats won’t matter at that point, as Maduro faces true justice like socialist dictators have throughout time!