The oppressive, violent, communist regime of Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro is increasing its violence against student protestors. According to the website Weasel Zippers, the flyer was “sent to all members of the Tupamaros a violent Marxist militia that deceased leader Hugo Chavez started and President Nicolas Maduro has continued to recruit for.
The translation of the above flyer follows.
OPERATION DEFENSE OF THE BOLIVARIAN, CHAVISTA, AND MADURISTA REVOLUTION.
In order to defend the legacy of our Supreme Commander Hugo Rafael Chavez Frias and our President Nicolas Maduro, we hereby direct the defensive committees and all of the Revolutionary Forces to react against the opposition leaders LEOPOLDO LOPEZ and MARIA CORINA MACHADO and all of the squalors and bourgeoisie paid by the yankee empire which seeks to destabilize the peace of our socialist Bolivarian country, and that use parasitic and fact tools seeking to end our glorious revolution.
This is why we DECLARE A FULL FRONTAL WAR ASSAULT on all expatriated school which seeks to destabilize the socialist education creating the squallers of the future.
“TODAY WE HAVE A COUNTRY, MAKE NO MISTAKE”
UNTIL VICTORY ALWAYS!
INDEPENDENCE, SOCIALISM, WE SHALL LIVE AND WE SHALL PREVAIL!
THERE IS NO PACT OF RECONCILIATION WITH THE BOURGEOIS OR THE EMPIRE!
TPNN previously reported on the resistance in the name of freedom and against communism. Just over three weeks ago, TPNN also reported on a statement by Texas Senator Ted Cruz in which he accused Maduro of taking a page out of the Castro playbook.
“As opposition protests drag into their second week in Venezuela, President Nicolas Maduro is taking a page out of the Castro playbook to violently oppress Venezuelans who are demanding an end to his disastrous rule. Activists have been detained and abused, and even shot dead in the streets.”
Cruz also specifically mentioned Leopoldo Lopez later in his statement, calling out Maduro for Lopez’s arrest.
“Opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez, who has emerged as a powerful voice for economic and political freedom, has been arrested and faces the summary judgment of a makeshift kangaroo court. But the perseverance of the protestors in the face of these thuggish tactics suggests there are still many who do not accept the failed socialist policies of Hugo Chavez and his hand-picked successor as inevitable. Venezuela can and should be free and prosperous, not suffering under the withering blight of violent crime, rampant inflation and shortages of basic necessities—not to mention close allegiances to Iran and Cuba.”