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Caribbean-Latin America
Guaidó says opposition overestimated military support before failed uprising
[WASHINGTONPOST] Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó on Saturday acknowledged errors made in attempting to stir a military uprising, and did not discard a U.S. military option in Venezuela alongside domestic forces ‐ saying he would take any such offer from Washington to a vote in the country’s National Assembly.

After a dramatic week that saw a clandestine plan to oust President Nicolás Maduro fall apart on Tuesday, Guaidó conceded that the opposition had miscalculated its support within the military.

In an exclusive interview with The Washington Post, Guaidó suggested that he expected Maduro to step down amid a groundswell of defectors within the military. Instead, Guaidó’s call for the rank and file and senior brass to abandon Maduro did not produce mass defections. Maduro’s security forces then quelled street protests and left Guaidó’s U.S.-backed opposition on its heels.

"Maybe because we still need more soldiers, and maybe we need more officials of the regime to be willing to support it, to back the constitution," Guaidó said. "I think the variables are obvious at this point."

Guaidó ‐ the head of the National Assembly who in January declared Maduro a usurper and claimed the legitimate mantle of national leadership ‐ did not back unilateral U.S. military intervention. He made clear that any American military support must be alongside Venezuelan forces who have turned against Maduro, but gave no further specifics on what would be acceptable.

The Trump administration has said all options are on the table, and its hawks have pressed the Pentagon for possible military involvement. But the administration has not clearly signaled whether it would favor intervention against Maduro.

Posted by: Fred || 05/05/2019 00:00 || Comments || Link || E-Mail|| [6513 views] Top|| File under: Commies

#1  How come i guessed it would go splat?
Posted by: Bright Pebbles || 05/05/2019 7:48 Comments || Top||

#2  #1 How come i guessed it would go splat?
Posted by: Bright Pebbles 2019-05-05 07:48

...Lad jumped way too soon. Interesting though that he hasn't yet been placed in durance vile yet, unless Maduro's waiting for something else to get our attention.

Posted by: Mike Kozlowski || 05/05/2019 9:10 Comments || Top||

#3  Lad jumped way too soon.

Prolly should have waited for more of the military to get on board before making a move. If you come at the king, you best not miss.
Posted by: SteveS || 05/05/2019 10:12 Comments || Top||

#4  They wanted it to be true, and so they ignored evidence to the contrary.

Why is our government trying to overthrow foreign governments that never attacked us? And that possess substantial oil reserves? It's like every tired leftist trope about Latin America come true.
Posted by: Herb McCoy || 05/05/2019 10:34 Comments || Top||

#5  Why is our government trying to overthrow foreign governments that never attacked us?

Assuming you mean Venezuela specifically, are we?
Aside from some boilerplate "all options are on the table" talk, I don't see America getting involved except in some humanitarian aid role.
Posted by: SteveS || 05/05/2019 11:10 Comments || Top||

#6  So all this business with Guaidó is happening on its own, without any involvement by the US government?

Seriously? Really? They just attempted a coup.

"Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó on Saturday acknowledged errors made in attempting to stir a military uprising, and did not discard a U.S. military option in Venezuela alongside domestic forces"

From the Washington Post, the mouthpiece of the DC Deep State. I just don't know how it can get more obvious than this. They tried a coup, and it didn't work, and now they're talking about a military invasion. Because that worked so well in Iraq.
Posted by: Herb McCoy || 05/05/2019 13:26 Comments || Top||

#7  It's not a coup if the government is an illegitimate Commie dictator, but you're a Commie symp who doesn't care if the VZ people are dying, eating garbage, no water or power. It's all Internationale, isn't it?
Posted by: Frank G || 05/05/2019 13:45 Comments || Top||

#8  I'm not a fucking communist, you fecking moron. Are you on glue? I'm an American who thinks America should serve its own interest first and stop meddling in places that don't concern us. I'm right wing as fuck and you don't forget it.

Do you know we have an economic blockade on Venezuela that is greatly affecting their ability to feed their people? Because we do.
Posted by: Herb McCoy || 05/05/2019 14:10 Comments || Top||

#9  Suuuure you are.
Posted by: Frank G || 05/05/2019 14:23 Comments || Top||

#10  You are receiving this message because you posted in defense of invading another country. I no longer provide individual responses on this matter. It has been my experience that neo-con warmongers are universally incapable of accepting verifiable truths about war, and, by extension, themselves, thus rendering discussion pointless and, therefore, a waste of time.

I wish you all the best in your ongoing battle with reality.

Yours respectfully, a logical person.
Posted by: Herb McCoy || 05/05/2019 17:37 Comments || Top||

#11  When you start beating your wife and starving your kids HM, hope your neighbors intervene on their behalf...
Posted by: Ebbavirt Clunk4147 || 05/05/2019 18:45 Comments || Top||

#12  I have counted myself as a neo-con, being both Jewish and not originally aware of being conservative — a fault of the milieu I grew up in. Before that I thought of myself as a classical liberal, but Classical Liberal already held that nym. Dear Liberalhawk already had my next choice, so that, too, was out. Fortunately, the few trailing wives on the internet hang out far from Rantburg, so here I am. :-)

I have also been known to describe myself as a war monger, because I prefer the wars that various expansionist, totalitarian idiots insist on fighting be fought far from home, destroying the idiots’ home turf instead of ours. Sadly, the only way to do that is to engage them before they are big enough to send men here with troublemaking in mind. I can see where it might strike some as unnecessarily putting our troops in harm’s way rather than as pulling weeds while they’re still small enough not to overrun the garden; I have no way to persuade someone holding the former view that the latter is less costly in the long run in men and materiel — since all that can be seen is the money and lives spent on the small wars rather than that not spent on a worldwide conflagration like World War II that was prevented.

And so I choose to engage with Herb McCoy on those areas where I find his comments informative and insightful. For the rest, I am willing to agree to disagree, because I believe in his way he means as well as I do.
Posted by: trailing wife || 05/05/2019 19:14 Comments || Top||

#13  I choose "over there" over "here"
Posted by: Frank G || 05/05/2019 20:04 Comments || Top||

Maduro calls on Venezuelan military to prepare for war
[MOBILE.ALMASDARNEWS] Maduro has repeatedly warned the United States against military involvement in the ongoing political crisis in Venezuela. His most recent address to the military comes on the heels of a botched coup attempt led by opposition leader Juan Guaido.

President Nicolas Maduro
Venezuela's attempt at producing a Muammar Qadaffy...
has called on the military to be "ready" in case the United States launches an offensive on Venezuelan soil, Agence La Belle France-Presse reported on Saturday.

Maduro told soldiers "to be ready to defend the country with weapons in hand if one day the North American empire dares to touch this land, this sacred ground," in a speech at a military base where several thousand servicemen were present.

It comes as opposition leader Juan Guaido is expected to make a fresh bid to woo the armed forces with protests at Venezuela’s military bases.

The years-long political crisis in Venezuela reached boiling point this week, when Juan Guaido, the head of the opposition-held National Assembly and self-proclaimed acting president, announced what he called the final push to oust Maduro. Guaido called on civilians and military on Tuesday to join his attempted coup, saying that he had the backing of the armed forces.

some people cause happiness wherever they go; others whenever they go...
only a small part of the military appeared to have heeded his call, and Nicolas Maduro the following day said the uprising had been a failure, pledging to resist the forces intent on "submitting our country to a neocolonial economic domination model and enslaving Venezuela".

Several media reports suggested that Maduro’s allies, including Defence Minister Vladimir Padrino Lopez, had agreed to a transfer of power to Guaido after months of negotiations with US representatives. The plan is understood to have failed after Padrino Lopez had a last-minute change of heart.

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Venezuelan military chopper crashes during mission in Oripoto
[MOBILE.ALMASDARNEWS] A military helicopter with 7 people on board has crashed in Venezuela, Elías Sayegh, the mayor of the El Hatillo municipality, reported via Twitter on Saturday.

"An army helicopter fell this morning in the green zone in Oripoto, more precisely in El Volkan, with seven passengers on board. Our team of El Hatillo civil defense forces helps with search operations," Sayegh wrote on Twitter.

There is no information about the fate of the crew and passengers so far. The helicopter may have been a Bell 412.

With the recent presence of U.S. spy planes off the coast, the Venezuelan military has raised their alert levels in a bid to protect their air space from any enemy aircraft
Posted by: Fred || 05/05/2019 00:00 || Comments || Link || E-Mail|| [6465 views] Top|| File under: Commies

Venezuela's Juan Guaido asks supporters to rally military
[Al Jazeera] Opposition leader Juan Guaido will make a fresh bid on Saturday to rally Venezuela's armed forces behind him calling on his supporters to march to military bases and barracks.

The protest call by the head of the National Assembly legislature - who is recognised as interim president by more than 50 countries - comes just days after he urged the military to rise up against the socialist president.

"Peacefully, civically ... we are going to deliver a simple document, a proclamation to the Armed Forces to listen to the Venezuelan call, that a rapid transition is possible to produce free elections," Guaido told a presser in Caracas on Friday.

"The call is to add and not to confront, to ask the military to be on the side of the constitution," he said on Twitter.

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North Korea Fires Short-Range 'Projectiles' into Sea, Says Seoul
“Pay iattention to MEEEEEE!
[AnNahar] North Korea launched unidentified projectiles into the sea Saturday, the South Korean military said, in what could be Pyongyang's first short-range missile launch for more than a year as it seeks to up pressure on Washington with nuclear talks deadlocked.
OR, it could be the high-ranking officials just replaced after the ineffective Viet Nam Summit stunt
The United States and North Korea have been at loggerheads since the collapse of a summit between Kim Pudge Jong-un
...the overweight, pouty-looking hereditary potentate of North Korea. Pudge appears to believe in his own divinity, but has yet to produce any loaves and fishes, so his subjects remain malnourished...
and Donald Trump
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Posted by: trailing wife || 05/05/2019 01:28 || Comments || Link || E-Mail|| [6470 views] Top|| File under: Commies

#1  Tempest, meet teapot.
Posted by: Anomalous Sources || 05/05/2019 2:03 Comments || Top||

Down Under
Rangers find three-eyed snake in northern Australia
[ENGLISH.ALARABIYA.NET] A three-eyed snake found slithering down a road in the northern Australian town of Humpty Doo has sparked amusement in a country already accustomed to unusual wildlife.

Rangers dubbed the unusual serpent "Monty Python" after finding it on a highway in late March.

X-rays showed all three of its eyes were functioning and the extra socket likely developed naturally while the snake was an embryo, the Northern Territory Parks and Wildlife Commission said in a Facebook post, noting that such deformities were common among reptiles.

Wildlife officers told the Northern Territory News the 40 centimeter (18-inch) carpet python was about three months old and died after about a month in captivity.

"It’s remarkable it was able to survive so long in the wild with its deformity and he was struggling to feed before he died last week," ranger Ray Chatto told the newspaper on Friday.

But the late Monty Python found a new life on the internet after the Wildlife Commission posted photos of it on their Facebook page this week.

"I tried to come up with a few jokes, but they just got cornea and cornea," wrote one user.

Another thought the joke was elsewhere: "Not even disturbed by the three eyed snake... just incredibly amused that there’s a place called Humpty Doo."
Posted by: Fred || 05/05/2019 00:00 || Comments || Link || E-Mail|| [6486 views] Top|| File under:

#1  There was a time the da*n thing would have been relegated to the fortunes of a formaldehyde-filled jar.

Now it'll be held up as of the "Climate Crisis proof."
Posted by: Anomalous Sources || 05/05/2019 2:02 Comments || Top||

#2  Some rich guy in asia already is looking to buy it for its possible aphrodisical properties when dried and snorted.
Posted by: M. Murcek || 05/05/2019 7:52 Comments || Top||

#3  Comey, is that you?
Posted by: SteveS || 05/05/2019 9:00 Comments || Top||

#4  ...This is how the movie always starts...

Posted by: Mike Kozlowski || 05/05/2019 9:08 Comments || Top||

#5  Australia is chockful of...interesting...fauna.
Posted by: charger || 05/05/2019 13:33 Comments || Top||

#6  San Diego Zoo has had several two-headed snakes
Posted by: Frank G || 05/05/2019 13:46 Comments || Top||

#7  Geez, I thought Weismann was in Washington.
Posted by: Sock Puppet of Doom || 05/05/2019 22:16 Comments || Top||

#8  So there are non-venomous snakes in Australia. Cool.
Posted by: Zhang Fei || 05/05/2019 22:27 Comments || Top||

Entire New Orleans Times-Picayune staff laid off in sale
[The Hill] A competitor that purchased The New Orleans Times-Picayune laid off the newspaper's entire staff.
"But we belong to a union!"
The New York Post reported Friday that a total of 161 workers lost their jobs, including 65 reporters and editors, citing a Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act notice filed with the Louisiana Workforce Commission.

The owners of The New Orleans Advocate, John and Dathel Georges, purchased The Times-Picayune from Advance Local. Advance Local is part of the same corporation that owns Condé Nast.

The Advocate will publish a daily paper using the names of both brands beginning in June and will merge their websites under NOLA.com.

Times-Picayune staffers mourned the layoffs on Twitter.
Posted by: Besoeker || 05/05/2019 00:00 || Comments || Link || E-Mail|| [6483 views] Top|| File under:

#1  ...Somehow, this is Trump's fault...

Posted by: Mike Kozlowski || 05/05/2019 6:55 Comments || Top||

#2  Finally got back at those guys for their accurate Katrina reportage. Nagin smiles.
Posted by: KBK || 05/05/2019 7:27 Comments || Top||

#3  If there are any...
N.O. Republicans should collect books on Coding and hand them out at their building.
Posted by: Bright Pebbles || 05/05/2019 7:32 Comments || Top||

#4  Gee, your product doesn't sell. Who'd thunk?
Posted by: Procopius2k || 05/05/2019 7:56 Comments || Top||

#5  Learning to code is one part. Self identifying as a H1B is also necessary.
Posted by: BrerRabbit || 05/05/2019 8:19 Comments || Top||

#6  They could write letters to the new editors complaining about their employment situation.
Posted by: Airandee || 05/05/2019 10:34 Comments || Top||

#7  When journalists scoffed at unemployed American working class and told them disdainfully to "learn to code" or die, it was a harsh truth that needed to be said. Speak truth to the powerless!

When journalists are laid off, telling them "learn to code" is a hate crime.
Posted by: Herb McCoy || 05/05/2019 10:35 Comments || Top||

#8  I stopped buying the Advocate twenty years ago because I refused to subjugate myself to their bullshit. I don't really care for the Picayune either but I can't really get it out here.
Posted by: Thing From Snowy Mountain || 05/05/2019 11:07 Comments || Top||

#9  A taste of New Orleans Advocate product...
Posted by: M. Murcek || 05/05/2019 13:05 Comments || Top||

#10  So they're fittingly named.
Posted by: charger || 05/05/2019 13:32 Comments || Top||

#11  When journalists are laid off, telling them "learn to code" is a hate crime.

I'm tempted to join Twitter just so I can tell everyone of them 'learn to code'.
Posted by: Raj || 05/05/2019 15:31 Comments || Top||

#12  I looked up their readership numbers--it doesn't go back to pre-Katrina, though. Steady to about 2012, then a quick drop, then a slow decline to less than half the 2008-2011 numbers.
Posted by: james || 05/05/2019 18:08 Comments || Top||

#13  then a slow decline to less than half the 2008-2011 numbers.

Like almost all the rest of the industry, then. Here in Cincinnati we used to have two separate newspapers. Now there is one, which also replaced the newspapers of the northern Kentucky region... after which it downsized staff again, contracted non-local reporting to USA Today, and physically shrank the paper version of the newspaper seen on newsstands. The Sunday paper now delivered to our house practically needs a magnifying glass to read.
Posted by: trailing wife || 05/05/2019 19:22 Comments || Top||

Lowest turnout for 'yellow vest' protests in France after May Day clashes
They already had one day in the fresh air and sunshine this week. Overdoing it simply wouldn’t be healthy.
[AlAhram] La Belle France’s "yellow vest" anti-government demonstrations recorded their lowest turnout yet on Saturday, days after a wider May Day rally was marked by violent festivities in Gay Paree.

The downturn in demonstrator numbers on the 25th straight weekend of yellow vest protests could be a relief to President Emmanuel Macron, who last week made a series of policy proposals to address the issues raised.

Some 18,900 protesters took part in the latest marches nationally, compared with 23,600 a week earlier, the Interior Ministry said. In Gay Paree, where three protests had been authorized, turnout was 1,460 against 2,600 last week.

"Many of them were shocked by the behavior and repression of last Wednesday," Herve, one protester in Gay Paree, told Rooters. "So it’s not surprising to see that it’s lagging behind a bit regarding the turnout."

In addition some yellow vests joined a rally against climate change in the northern city of Metz, where G7 environment ministers were meeting. The demonstration gathered 3,000 participants, the ministry said.

In contrast, tens of thousands of labor union and yellow vest protesters had taken to the streets across the country on Wednesday in demonstrations that saw festivities between anarchists and police, especially in Gay Paree.

In the southwestern town of Bordeaux, a Rooters journalist estimated the number of demonstrators at several hundred on Saturday against more than 2,000 a week earlier.

The protests, named after motorists’ high-visibility jackets, began over fuel tax increases but morphed into a sometimes violent revolt against politicians and a government they see as out of touch.

Many in the grassroots movement, which lacks a leadership structure, have said Macron’s proposals last week, which include tax cuts worth around 5 billion euros ($5.6 billion), did not go far enough and lacked details.
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Pakistani doctor arrested after 90 infected by HIV syringe
[Al Jazeera] At least 90 people, including 65 children, are believed to have been infected with HIV in Pakistain by a doctor using a contaminated syringe, officials said.

"We have enjugged
Drop the heater, Studs, or you're hist'try!
a doctor after receiving complaints from the health authorities," said Kamran Nawaz, the local police chief heading the case in the southern city of Larkana, on Friday.

"We are told that the doctor also has HIV," he said.

Authorities were first alerted last week after 18 children living on the outskirts of the city tested positive for the virus, which causes AIDS, prompting health officials to carry out wider screenings. Dozens of more infections were found.

"More than 90 people have tested HIV-positive and the number of children is around 65," Dr Abdul Rehaman, a district health official in Larkana, told AFP news agency.

A second official confirmed the outbreak, although gave slightly different figures.

Authorities said they traced the outbreak to a single doctor, who appears to have been using a contaminated syringe on patients.

Azra Pechuho, Sindh province's health minister, confirmed his arrest. "The blood of the parents of the infected children was also tested, but their results were negative," he said.

Officials have since launched an even larger testing and education drive.

Pakistain is considered a low prevalence country for HIV, but the disease is expanding - mostly among intravenous drug users, sex workers and migrant labourers returning from the Gulf.

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#1  So rioting over polio vaccinations but no big deal about this.
Posted by: gorb || 05/05/2019 17:48 Comments || Top||

Palestinian With Close Ties To Trump Administration Launches New Party
Is pragmatism rearing its head in the Palestinian community?
[Jpost] In a bold move, a Paleostinian businessman from Hebron announced over the weekend the establishment of a new party that calls for focusing on economic prosperity for Paleostinians.

“Let’s focus now on the economic track. We can deal with the political track later.”
The founder of the party, called Reform and Development Party, is Ashraf Jabari, 45, who belongs to a prominent clan from Hebron.

Paleostinian Authority officials claimed that Jabari is working with the US administration to undermine the PA. They said that the timing of the announcement of the party was linked to US President Donald Trump
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Posted by: trailing wife || 05/05/2019 00:00 || Comments || Link || E-Mail|| [6469 views] Top|| File under:

#1  I'm sure he'll be bumped off quickly.
Posted by: Silentbrick || 05/05/2019 10:30 Comments || Top||

Iran sentences president's brother to prison for corruption
[Al Jazeera] A court in Iran has sentenced President Hassan Rouhani's younger brother to an unspecified jail term in a corruption case that supporters of the Iranian leader allege is politically motivated.

Hossein Fereydoun, who is also a close confidante of the president, has vowed to appeal the sentence, local media reported on Saturday.

"This person [Hossein Fereydoun] was found not guilty on some charges, while he was sentenced to prison on other accusations," Hamidreza Hosseini, a judiciary official, was quoted as saying by state news agency IRNA.

The trial of Fereydoun, along with six co-defendants, began in February without the judiciary giving details of the charges.

He had initially been held in 2017, on financial crime charges, before being released on bail.

Fereydoun, responding to the court's decision on Saturday, said he rejected the ruling.

"I strongly and categorically reject allegations against me in the court and some of the media, and I'm protesting," he was quoted as saying by the semi-official news agency ISNA.

Fereydoun was a senior diplomat who took part in talks that led to the 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and world powers.

Some supporters of Rouhani, who was born Hassan Fereydoun before adopting his new surname, view the charges against his brother as a move by the judiciary to discredit the president.

The judiciary has denied having any political motivation in cases it tries.
Posted by: Fred || 05/05/2019 00:00 || Comments || Link || E-Mail|| [6473 views] Top|| File under: Govt of Iran

Home Front: Culture Wars
Asians Harassed in D.C. for Wearing MAGA Hats Were North Korean Defectors
[PJMEDIA] "The Asians wearing MAGA hats were not just tourists," Wendy Wright, president of Christian Freedom International, told PJ Media. "They are North Korean defectors and South Koreans who get rice, medicine, and Bibles into North Korea and North Korean defectors out."

The attack happened in Washington, D.C, Wright said.

Just days before President Trump met with Kim Jong-un in February, North Korea announced that it was facing a food crisis. Daily rations were cut and it was reported that 41 percent of North Koreans were undernourished. These Korean aid workers were in America as part of an effort to bring relief to starving North Koreans.

The video below shows defectors from North Korea preparing and launching (across the river) bottles filled with rice, medicine, and Bibles.
Posted by: trailing wife || 05/05/2019 00:00 || Comments || Link || E-Mail|| [6476 views] Top|| File under:

#1  For the attackers it's a too-fer. The targets were wearing MAGA gear and also were traitors to the Glorious Cause.
Posted by: M. Murcek || 05/05/2019 7:33 Comments || Top||

#2  Two-fer. Proofread then post...
Posted by: M. Murcek || 05/05/2019 7:33 Comments || Top||

#3  I would harass her, too.
Posted by: gorb || 05/05/2019 17:49 Comments || Top||

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