In the News: CODEPINK Protects Venezuelan Embassy Facing Assault and Arrests

A protester is arrested outside the Venezuelan Embassy in Washington on May 2, 2019. (Evelyn Hockstein/For The Washington Post)

To see videos of the assaults and arrests, please view Ariel Gold's Twitter stream: https://twitter.com/ArielElyseGold

Activists Continue to Hold Venezuelan Embassy in Washington, CODEPINK Blog, Pat Elder, May 2, 2019

‘We’re not going to leave’: Three arrested, activists face dwindling supplies on Day 3 of Venezuelan Embassy protests in D.C., Washington Post, May 2, 2019

Pro-coup protesters surround Venezuelan embassy in Washington but meet resistance from peace activists, The Canary, May 2, 2019

Protesters clash outside of Venezuela’s DC embassy over Guaidó-Maduro standoff, Vox, May 2, 2019

Peace Activists Arrested While Trying to Deliver Food and Medicine to Blockaded DC Venezuelan Embassy: Members of the Embassy Protection Collective have lived on the property with permission from the Maduro government for weeks, Common Dreams, May 2, 2019

DC embassy protectors force Guaido’s shadow ambassador to flee in failure as coup flops in Venezuela, The Grey Zone, May 2, 2019

Venezuelans clash with pro-Maduro Code Pink activists in tense scene outside DC embassy, Fox News, May 2, 2019

Guaido supporters confront anti-intervention activists at Venezuelan Embassy in DC (VIDEO), RT, May 2, 2019

How an Elaborate Plan to Topple Venezuela’s President Went Wrong: The United States thought all the pieces were in place for Maduro to leave. Then everything came crashing down, The Atlantic, May 2, 2019

Uprising in Caracas Prompts Dueling Demonstrations in Washington, WSJ, May 2, 2019

Venezuelan Protesters Clash With American Activists Living In Embassy, DCIST, May 2, 2019

US tells pro-Maduro protesters to leave Venezuelan embassy, RTL, April 26, 2019

Activists Seek to Block U.S. Handover of Venezuelan Embassy to Opposition Leaders, Democracy Now, April 23, 2019

Peace Activists inside the Venezuelan Embassy.

 

 

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  • Gazelle Your group is full of lies.
    commented 2019-05-07 12:52:35 -0400
    I hope that our USA system puts all of these terrorists behind bars and make them pay moral and physical damages were created during their invasion to the Venezuela Embassy. I am an USA citizen and Venezuelan, and I am very upset to see that these kind people in our USA disturbing the peace of our environment.
  • Ivan Malagon
    commented 2019-05-06 02:28:41 -0400
    Stay strong CODEPINK. You will be remembered and viewed as virtuous in the eyes of future historians. It would be an honor for me to join you guys in D.C. protesting against the public crimes of the U.S. government.
  • Herman Heyn
    commented 2019-05-04 17:56:41 -0400
    Thanks for your email.
    As the Balto. Sun has no coverage of the embassy situation,
    I’ve been wondering about its status. Keep up the good work.
    Will contribute $20.00
    Herman
  • Radical Change
    commented 2019-05-04 13:00:24 -0400
    Maria Pace: Codepink has never said the Maduro government is made up of good people. Their point is that the U.S. is interfering with a sovereign nation and has no right to do so. How would we feel in the U.S. if Venezuela bullied us over our elections? This is an issue for Venezuela and for international bodies like the UN. Furthermore, I’m sure conditions are terrible in Venezuela. None of us want that. But, if you look at the U.S. record in Latin America, if they get their puppet, right-wing government (of Guaido) into power, things will get even worse. This has been proven again and again by the U.S. Codepink and others are not Venezuela’s enemies. They care about the people. Sometimes you have to stand by the people’s vote even if you don’t like it. But one step at a time; the ultimate goal is for the Venezuelan people to have total freedom and good lives, and have candidates who are honest and decent. Thank you.
  • Radical Change
    commented 2019-05-04 12:52:56 -0400
    The U.S. decides who it wants leading other nations. Can you imagine another country trying to interfere in U.S. affairs like that? It’s insane hypocrisy. As Noam Chomsky says (paraphrase): If we do it, it’s virtuous. If they do it, it’s a crime.

    My very best to all who are in the embassy. I will be calling my reps to help add to the pressure on our government.
  • Admin
    published this page in In the News 2019-05-02 21:21:47 -0400