Should we? Does Venezuela need liberation? They fill the prerequisites:
I am surprised we haven't liberated Venezuela already.
Tbh I always wondered why it hasn’t happened
>that fucking article
these god damn journo-kikes. Can we not go a day without blowing people up for money?
Trump is going to start a war before 2020
North-Korea, Syria, Iran or Venezuela. It’s gonna be one of them
Even Lebanon is possible though the situation has seemed to have calmed down
CIA is already there so no need.
Of course the USA will not attack Venezuela. USA onnly attacks true leftists, like USSR, Chile under Allende, Cuba, North Korea.
Vnezuela is social democracy. No different than Norway. Only they are incompetent and highly corrut.
Venezuela is farther left than Snore. More industry is govt. owned (and was planned to become more and more govt. owned), the ideology in itself is proudly leftist and anti-capitalist/imperialist
their oil is shit though. only US plants are capable of refining it
didn't stop gas companies and their current middle eastern conquests
No, if intervention must be conducted I think everyone would prefer it being done as a regional initiative through the OAS. Just do as Nigeria did in Liberia, get a sizable bloc together (not all but enough to lend it legitimacy), talk about an attack on wider regional security and force some extra-legal 'peacekeeping' decision through the body.
If you can build up enough support in the America's for it then everything will be fine. If not expect the biggest chimp-out in history and another generation of shitty Che wannabes will follow that will only cause more headaches down the road. Also, obviously you won't have public support for some time so while you wait keep profiting by pointing at the ongoing failure of Venezuela to discredit South American populism.
In short; play the long-game and destroy the ideology to resist. Then you swoop in and rebuild South America in your image without spending a penny.
Did you read the article?