Behind the news are images of Stalin, Mussolini and Hussein, and then images of Amin, Khomeini and Gaddafi.
Washington (EFEUSA).- White House Spread Today one video In spanish Compare the President of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, with Authoritarian leader what Isif Stalin in the Soviet Union, Benito Mussolini in Italy, Saddam Hussein in Iraq, Muammar Gaddafi in Libya, Ayatollah Ruhola in Iran Khomeini and Idi Amin Dada of Uganda
This video, Posted on Twitter account in Spanish of the Presidential Residence (@LaCasaBlanca), showing these photos The leader is deadAfter confirming that Maduro was “a master who violated the Venezuelan Constitution”, they were not found.
After the message, there is Stalin, Mussolini and Hussein,followed by Armin, Khomeini and Gaddafi.
When the White House warned: “We have seen it before,” once the abuses Maduro alleged were listed, the first three photos appeared again at the end of the video.
“Maduro must go”Finally, it summarizes the video produced by the US State Department.
The government did not explain why it chose those dictators and leaders, nor did it clarify the comparison between Maduro and Amin, known as the “Butcher in Kampala,” or even attribute them to it. 500,000 deaths During the term of office from 1971 to 1979.
The video starts with an image of President Donald Trump’s speech on the State of the Union address at his National Congress last Tuesday, in which he mentioned the endorsement of Venezuelan parliamentary head Juan Guaidó as Venezuela’s interim president.
The recording also inspected Maduro’s alleged violation of the Magna Carta since 2013, and ended up with a complaint: Now, the president “requests for a new legislative election, once again ignoring the constitution and the town’s voice “.
Last week, when conservative commentators asked whether the Venezuelan president faces the same fate as Mussolini or the executed Romanian Nicola Ceausescu, Trump’s national security adviser John Bolton threatened Maduro to eventually enter Guantanamo, a US military prison in Cuba. .
On Tuesday, the Venezuelan National Constituent Assembly (ANC) appointed a committee to consult with the public to define calls for parliamentary elections to replace the current majority opposition parliament.