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  • Dr. Amy Eisenberg
    commented 2019-05-15 18:24:43 -0400
    International and Diplomatic Law must be respected https://www.democracynow.org/2019/5/15/medea_benjamin_we_need_to_build
  • Dr. Amy Eisenberg
    commented 2019-05-15 18:21:08 -0400
    International and Diplomatic Law must be respected https://www.democracynow.org/2019/5/15/medea_benjamin_we_need_to_build
  • Dr. Amy Eisenberg
    commented 2019-05-15 18:19:19 -0400
  • james nordlund
    commented 2019-05-14 20:53:53 -0400
    Dear Donald, Cool! Though, “…double standards…”? Try quadruple standards, for, the RumputiN/vlad-the-impaler organized crime family that was installed illkegally into the Blackhouse, does whatever t f they want to their projected enemies, domestic and abroad, while also projecting that the dems are traitors committing treason for alerting the necessary agencies to the fact that the trumpler campaign and admin. was (and still is by the by) committing treason by conspiring with the largest foreign adversarym our country has had since Hitler, to install them, criminally into the Blackhouse- duh! reality
  • Maria S Calef
    commented 2019-05-14 20:13:48 -0400
    Respect international law, Geneva Convention 1961 articles 33 and 45 that had declared the inviolability of embassies.
  • Maria S Calef
    commented 2019-05-14 20:10:40 -0400
    Respect Vienna Convention 1961, articles 22 and 45 that had declared embassies jurisdiction inviolable.
  • Maria S Calef
    commented 2019-05-14 20:09:19 -0400
    Respect international convention. Geneva Convention 1961, articles 22 and 45 declared embassies inviolable jurisdiction.
  • Maria S Calef
    commented 2019-05-14 20:08:00 -0400
    Trump need learn that we are not living in the stone age, because there are international laws and Convention. Geneva Convention 1961, and its article 22 and 45 declared embassies as inviolable territory. Please respect the sovereign jurisdiction of Venezuela embassies
  • Jo Anne Bier Beemon
    commented 2019-05-14 18:13:14 -0400
    No regime change for oil. Bolton, Trump, Cruz, Pompeo and Abrams are advocating for actions that are against international law and endanger Democracy and diplomatic relations around the world.
  • Kit Jones
    commented 2019-05-13 12:11:29 -0400
    USA out of Venezuelan domestic politics! Let Venezuelans rule their own nation. They have elected Nicolas Maduro to be their president in a clean election certified by 140 international observers. The current push is by and for the 1% corporatists who want to get their hands on the largest oil reserve in the world. “Ya Basta” Enough is Enough! Hands Off Venezuela!
  • Amy Harlib
    commented 2019-05-13 07:20:04 -0400
  • Dr. Amy Eisenberg
    commented 2019-05-11 17:15:49 -0400
  • Stanislav J
    commented 2019-05-11 12:42:02 -0400
  • Michael MacPherson
    commented 2019-05-11 07:52:58 -0400
    Trump and his crime family has become a lawless entity, they defied Congress and Congress has declared a Constitutional crisis, because Trump has gone Rogue and is now acting like a dictator. Trump is no longer acknowledging Constitutional law or any other laws of the United States of America. Trump is going after the oil in Venezuela and is ramping up a war in Iran.

    Trump has sent an Air Craft Carrier to Iran and B 52 Bombers to Qatar. We are on the Cusp of war with Iran and a Coup in Venezuela, Trump wants all the oil for the people we works for the Fossil fuel industry.
  • Susan Dupont
    commented 2019-05-10 20:48:28 -0400
    Thanks to Code Pink and other groups who oppose US activities against the current administration in Venezuela. Fight on to keep the
    Venezuelan Embassy safe!
  • Maria S Calef
    commented 2019-05-10 16:42:53 -0400
    Trump administration need to respect Vienna Convention 1961, articles 22 and 45.
  • Maria S Calef
    commented 2019-05-10 16:42:05 -0400
    Trump administration need to respect international law Vienna Convention 1961, Article 22 and 45 that declared embassy inviolable. The convention demand respect the political rights to protect embassy and its tenants within its jurisdiction.
  • Maria S Calef
    commented 2019-05-10 16:17:35 -0400
    Exactly in May, a year ago, Nicolas Maduro was re-elected by 6,190 millions votes. With the 98,78 percent of the votes counted, the Electoral National Center gave the official results. The total participation was 46 percent, amounting to 8,360 votes . Out of these, 6,190 millions went to Maduro who won this presidential election with nearly 68 percent of these votes cast by Venezuelan people. US government need and must respect the Venezuela people’ will and self -determination and sovereign of Venezuela people and stop meddling in other nations’ nternal affair.
  • Don Obers
    commented 2019-05-07 09:44:15 -0400
    Here’s a copy of a letter I sent to my local newspaper Newsday, which so far has not published it. Feel free to edit it or politically use it in any way

    The Double Standards of Trump’s Imperialistic Foreign Policy
    Our government denounces Venezuela President Maduro as having been elected in an illegitimate election…..Meanwhile, much of the American public is outraged that Trump was elected with his campaign officials aware of and involved in Russia’s interference in our 2016 electoral process, to the extent that many Americans question whether Trump would have been elected without Russian interference.
    So that means if President Trump’s election were to be declared illegitimate by the anti-Trump opposition, Trump’s base and the American public would be okay if a foreign country politically and financially supported someone from this opposition (e.g. Kirsten Gillibrand) who proclaimed themself to be the legitimate president of the United States, as the opposition leader Juan Guaido has done in Venezuela?
    And if this foreign country threatened the United States with possible military intervention if President Trump remained in power, would Trump’s base and the American public also be okay with that?

    And if the same foreign government imposed illegal economic sanctions on the United States, hoping that the suffering inflicted by the sanctions would result in the American people embracing their newly self-proclaimed opposition president, that would be okay too?
    And if officials from the same foreign government mentioned that they were also motivated to promote regime change so that their country would financially profit from our natural resources, as Trump’s National Security Advisor John Bolton has boldly expressed our government’s interest in Venezuela’s oil reservcs, would Trump’s supporters and the American public be okay with that?

    Or would Trump’s supporters and the American people instead be OUTRAGED that a foreign government was violating international law and interfering in our internal electoral affairs???
    Like all bullies, we have the superior power to enforce double standards, but does that make our double standard fair and just?….What do you think?
  • james nordlund
    commented 2019-05-07 07:42:26 -0400
    Great worx, thanx; also, please: Human Society Under Urgent Threat From Loss of Earth’s Natural Life, U.K. Guardian:


    Humanity’s only possibility of existing is threading the needle, each one reach one, teach one to turn 360 degrees around, back to the evolution and the future it will only have if we each do. Walking nature’s balance, giving back to it’s abundance, “…we(e),…”, of illimitable potential, indivisible as life, are to be this day what it is to be this day. Thanx :) reality (diffabled, non-socialist green)
  • Ausra Kubilius
    commented 2019-05-07 07:21:12 -0400
    Please support no US intervention of any kind.
  • Tina Krauz
    commented 2019-05-06 18:18:37 -0400
    I am ashamed as a citizen of our great nation the way our foreign policy is to not accept another countries election just because we don’t like the out come. We have earned the name “ugly American” many times over. It is time to show the world we are the nation we claim to be! No invasions!
  • Ausra Kubilius
    commented 2019-05-06 08:53:31 -0400
    Stop all hurtful interference against the Venezuelan people and the Maduro government.
  • Stanislav J
    commented 2019-05-06 00:39:06 -0400
    After USA administrations tried to starve Venezuelan citizens for five years, now emigrant Venezuelan citizens try to starve USA citizens in Venezuelan Washington DC embassy as their tit for tat training for new Caribbean Bay of Pigs:
  • Dr. Amy Eisenberg
    commented 2019-05-05 19:05:18 -0400
  • Dr. Amy Eisenberg
    commented 2019-05-05 18:54:48 -0400
  • Ken McDaniel
    followed this page 2019-05-05 18:25:09 -0400
  • Arthur Jarrett
    commented 2019-05-05 02:54:21 -0400
    End US ‘meddling’ in South America.
  • Connie Tyler
    commented 2019-05-05 01:35:21 -0400
    We have a huge shameful history in South America. Do not add to it by opposing the democratically elected regime in Venezuela.
  • bo svensson
    commented 2019-05-04 21:53:35 -0400
    Leave a legacy that all the future generations of your family can really be proud of you for !!