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They are going to plant arms on them, like with Roberto Marrero. This is not new: we know what we are up against.
– Juan Guaido
We have instructed our ambassador Carlos Vecchio to meet immediately ... with the Southern Command and its admiral to establish a direct relationship, we have said from the beginning that we will use all the resources at our disposal to build pressure.
If the Americans were to propose a military intervention I would probably accept it.
We have to acknowledge that yesterday there were not enough, we have to insist that all the armed forces protest together, we are not asking for a confrontation. We are not asking for a confrontation among brothers, it's the opposite. We just want them to be on the side of the people.
They think they scare us, but we are still here and we will remain in the streets.
We haven't just come to demand water and power. We've come to demand freedom and democracy, we can't let ourselves become used to this, we can't put up with it, we aren't going to let these crooks keep hold of our country.
We must unite now more than ever, we must mount the biggest demonstration so far to reject what’s happening.
We must unite now more than ever, we must mount the biggest demonstration so far to reject whats happening.
We all know who is responsible for the blackout - Maduro, we must accelerate the process to remove this corrupt and thieving regime.
This is the first step toward ending usurpation.
Sabotage is stealing money from Venezuelans. Sabotage is burning food and medicine. Sabotage is stealing elections.
They thought the pressure had already maxed out, they better know that the pressure has barely begun.
They better know that the pressure has barely begun.
The moment has come and our call, our request, and our complete support for public employees, is to bring about this strike.
It's a proposal from the workers, that they aren't going to keep collaborating with the regime.
Hope has been born and it will not die - things are going well, we are going to celebrate this small victory today.
Here's my passport, safe and sound.
We are going to achieve the end of the usurpation very soon in Venezuela.
If the regime dares, of course, to kidnap us, it will be the last mistake they make.
As for the next steps for Venezuelans, I announce my return home from Ecuador.
We have little to celebrate and a lot to do.
We had to talk to a lot of military personnel, we had to talk to a lot of people who are trying to help us.
We have peaceful intentions regarding this humanitarian and multilateral effort.
Today's events force me to make a decision: To formally propose to the International Community that we must have all options open to secure the freedom of our country, which fights and will keep fighting.
I want to see how many military officers are willing to commit crimes against humanity by not allowing the lives of the most vulnerable to be saved, 250,000 to 300,000 are at risk of dying if they do not receive immediate attention.
The transition will require support from key military contingents. We have had clandestine meetings with members of the armed forces and the security forces, the military's withdrawal of support from Mr. (President Nicolas) Maduro is crucial to enabling a change in government.
I dont underestimate the threat of persecution at the moment, but here we are.
Of course, we have talked.
The unease is natural. We've spent 20 years suffering attacks. They have killed political leaders, they have jailed others, I was kidnapped for a few hours, they've killed my friends, i don't aim to cure the wounds of 20 years, and I don't aim to hide them. I aim to recognize those that are there.
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