Venezuelan Army Sends Warning Video to U.S. Marine Corps in attempt to scare them.. Generals trying not to laugh.
If we didn’t know better, I’d say this was a bit from Saturday Night Live from the 70’s, but sadly, it’s very real and the Venezuelan Army under their socialist leaders can hardly make leaders in the Marine Corp shake in their boots with this video (scroll down). It’s truly laughable, except when you think about all the poor people in that country who are starving thanks to a switch from Capitalism to Socialism just a few years ago.
Honestly, I kept waiting for Bill Murray’s character from Stripes to show up.
The original caption, according to Google Translate, reads: “ATTENTION: It is not a video of a humorous television program, it is a video of the Venezuelan government to scare the US Marines.” After you watch it below, you’ll probably agree that it failed gloriously. Only three soldiers take part in the various scary exercises, but they rarely seem to be following the same rhythm. I want to laugh, seriously, but I keep thinking about how beautiful Caracas, the Capital of Venezuela used to be.
Here is the full video below. While you’re watching, go ahead and giggle, but do consider that all the major Democrats running for President in 2020 espouse some form of Socialism and most of the nation’s young have been brainwashed into believing it is superior to Capitalism, by academia – which is out of it’s mind.
This is a joke when half of their people are starving. Maybe they should focus on feeding people instead of training them?
The most impressive thing to me is the battle cry throughout the vast majority of the video, sustaining so long that it had to be uncomfortable for the soldiers.
President Donald Trump urged Venezuela’s military to drop their support for President Nicolas Maduro and allow humanitarian aid into the country.
“You will find no safe harbor, no easy exit and no way out. You’ll lose everything,” Trump said at a Monday night rally in Miami, warning Venezuela’s armed forces to suspend their loyalty to Maduro.
The crowd at Florida International University was made up of mostly of immigrants from Venezuela and Cuba, Reuters reports. More than 100,000 Venezuelans and Venezuelan-Americans live in South Florida, the largest concentration in the country.
Trump offered strong backing for Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido, who declared himself the interim president after rejecting Maduro’s election to a second term last year as illegitimate. Trump called on the military to turn their support to Guaido and allow U.S. aid to be let into country, after Maduro ordered a blockade on the border.
“You must not follow Maduro’s orders to block humanitarian aid and you must not threaten any form of violence against peaceful protesters, opposition leaders, members of the National Assembly or President Guaido and his family,” Trump said.
I don’t care how many kids think they believe in Socialism, I agree with the President on this: America will never be a Socialist country.