But not Guaido… yet
No longer serious
Guaido stands nearly alone at home
Taking it to the streets
Wheels within empty wheels.
“The word for this kind of scheme is ‘coup’.”
Don’t expect him to go peacefully, though
Man of the people?
Things are coming to a head
“Estamos con ustedes.”
Who’s in charge?
“I want to send the military to the White House to get him.”
Or perhaps more to the point, why now?
“This is going to land like a bomb.”
“If he doesn’t leave, we will settle the scores tomorrow.”
How about a friendly retirement?
Let’s not call it a coup, okay guys?
Dubious but not definitive
We have some particularly odd allies these days
This has been going on since January, of course
No silver bullet available
“a coup d’état…with the collusion of the new president.”
No, it’s not sedition … just silliness.
“They know they’ve lost popular support, that they don’t have the people on their side.”
It couldn’t be your worthless money and starving citizens. Of course not.
Well, I suppose he was an “agent of change” to be sure
Democracy in Turkey has failed
When will the United States acknowledge this?
Detained with no trial scheduled or expected
“The fact that lawmakers elected by 7.5 million people were silenced by 300 thugs sums up the situation…”
The iron fist in the iron glove method seems to be working well for Erdogan
“The government of President Barack Hussein Obama, in his last years, seeks the instability of Venezuela…”
Rooting out the dissidents
Not a promising start
Bring out yer dead
Strong man getting stronger
Politicians say one thing, analysts something else.
Calls on Congress to be loyal to the Constitution.