Saturday, May 18, 2024

Venezuelan Dictator Colludes w/ China on Alternative to ‘Savage Capitalism’

'The time has come for the articulation of a new world that we call multipolar... '

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) Nicolás Maduro, socialist dictator of Venezuela, agreed to work with China to find an “alternative to capitalism,” calling the system “savage.”

The agreement took place at an online event titled “High-Level Dialogue with the Communist Party of China and Political Parties of the World.” Nicaraguan dictator Daniel Ortega, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa and Le Hoai Trung, head of the Foreign Relations Commission of the Communist Party of Vietnam, and many others were in attendance.

According to Breitbart, Maduro offered Chinese President Xi Jinping “all the support” of his government.

“I send you all our commitment in the work and in the daily struggle to build, as we are building, an alternative to savage capitalism, to neoliberal capitalism, to imperialist hegemonism. An independent, sovereign alternative,” Maduro asserted.

He also stated that Venezuela supports the Chinese Communist Party’s ideal “community of a shared future.”

“You can count on the full support of Venezuela, of our people and of the United Socialist Party in the endeavor to build a civilization where we all fit, where we take the path of development,” Maduro said. “A new civilization of peace, harmony, union, of shared destinies.”

Maduro also called out the United States, Canada and the European Union for sanctions imposed on Venezuela.

He also insisted that the “times of empires are over,” and a new regime of people should rise against the U.S.

“The times of the empires are over, the times of the peoples have arrived for now and forever, let no one doubt that,” Maduro said. “The time has come for the articulation of a new world that we call multipolar.”

Venezuela’s dependence on China continues to grow, and the regime is increasingly beholden to the Eastern power as they receive more money and aid.

Venezuela continues to pressure President Joe Biden into undoing sanctions on the country as the energy crisis rages on.

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