Venezuela – United States Instigate Violence Post Presidential Election 2013

April 16, 2013

By Padmini Arhant

Despite Venezuelan election council certification on electoral victory to President-elect Nicolas Maduro,

The contender Henrique Capriles Rodinsky actions promoting violence in Venezuela streets has resulted in seven civilian deaths and several injured in the unnecessary demonstration to disrupt newly elected government plans to move forward with national governance.

Since late President Hugo Chavez demise, United States preoccupation in Venezuelan sovereign internal matter foiled when U.S. embassy staff in Caracas was implicated and expelled for planning military coup against Venezuelan administration.

United Sates intrusion primarily to destabilize people powered democratic states is a tradition continued for free access to natural resources and geopolitical dominance even though such interference invariably produce casualties and unrest – perhaps precise intent behind meddling in overseas political and economic system.

Venezuelans are urged not to allow external forces viz. United States and western allies manufactured problems through proxies within society to undermine hard earned political freedom and economic progress.

Venezuela solidarity transcending foreign influenced barriers with unequivocal commitment to safeguard national interests and assets exemplified in late President Hugo Chavez sacrifice throughout the leader’s political career could not be compromised in the critical moment demanding cooperation and unity amongst people across the spectrum.

Unfortunately, Governor Henrique Capriles Rodinsky prioritizing personal ambitions over Venezuela stability convey clear message to people of Venezuela and international community at large that political battle takes precedence risking public and national security.

The latest maneuver is detrimental to the source and operatives needlessly engaged in disputing the President-elect Nicolas Maduro decisive victory.

Governor Henrique Capriles Rodinsky supporters bear equal responsibility i.e. share the burden in protecting Venezuela’s national sovereignty constantly threatened by foreign powers determined to subjugate entire population for their own agenda.

Hence, the misguided protesters acknowledgment of democratic process with President-elect Nicolas Maduro declared winner is prudent and enable all to work together towards individual and national growth.

Venezuela adopting peaceful strategy now and in the long run is best suited for Bolivarian republic prosperity.

Good Wishes to citizens and President-elect Nicolas Maduro for successful term and promising future.

Peace to Venezuela!

Peace to all!

Thank you. Padmini Arhant

Venezuela – Moving Forward with President-elect Nicolas Maduro

April 15, 2013

By Padmini Arhant

Congratulations! To President-elect Nicolas Maduro on recent electoral victory.

Venezuelan electorate demonstrated their resolve in moving forward as a Bolivarian Republic committed to their beloved late President Hugo Chavez doctrine on political, economic and social progress with resources and income invested in national interest.

President-elect Nicolas Maduro face impediments from foreign powers constant intrusion in Venezuelan affairs synonymous to their involvement in other parts of the world.

Nonetheless, President-elect Maduro pledge to Bolivarian-Chavez pragmatism combined with people power guarantee promising future despite challenges ahead.

Venezuelans being political savvy and having participated in thwarting external interventions are aware of foreign instigated crises not only in their domain but also across Latin America and throughout the world.

Venezuela support behind the newly elected government and President-elect Nicolas Maduro fulfillment of former President Hugo Chavez dreams for South American nation and the continent in maintaining and harnessing prevalent growth in all areas would further strengthen Venezuela’s political and economic stability.

Best Wishes to President-elect Nicolas Maduro and people of Venezuela for continued success and achievements in all frontier.

Peace to Venezuela!

Peace to all!

Thank you.

Padmini Arhant