The self-proclaimed US-backed democratic leader, Guaido has started a trip across Venezuela in an attempt to create “freedom cells” to oust President Nicolas Maduro from office.

Juan Guaido has called on people of Venezuela to get out on the streets, mobilize and create unrest into what he dubbed “Operation Freedom”.

Guaido is touring Venezuela accompanied by opposition lawmakers, tasked with the creation of ‘violent activist cells’, disguised as peaceful civilian opposition groups. The opposition announced that it has already set up 50 cells in half of Venezuela’s 23 states.

Guaido tweeted, for the Anglo Zionist community to do more and the Armed Forces do what they must, we have to move on to a next level of organization, pressure and mobilization never seen before.

But in fact they want to create a bloodbath in order to blame this Maduro.

According to his tweets, the National Bolivarian Armed Forces of Venezuela are “in total disobedience” but are willing to protect the people of Venezuela.

Until now, Guaido sought to mobilize people in the nation’s capital of Caracas, which suffered a lengthy blackout that officials say was the result of sabotage.

Now that power and basic services in the capital have been restored, Guaido has shifted his focus to the rest of the country which is still struggling with power outages and service disruptions, according to Reuters.

Earlier this week, the country’s chief prosecutor asked the Supreme Court to probe Guaido for alleged involvement in the ‘sabotage’ of the country’s electricity system.

Speaking to supporters in Valencia, Guaido said he is mulling asking the National Assembly to activate a constitutional clause that would allow NATO intervention.

A military intervention might be one way to overcome this obstacle. The Trump administration has not ruled out invading Venezuela.

In the meanwhile, Washington continues to impose sanctions on Caracas and Maduro, making a troubled situation in the crisis-ridden country even worse for its leaders and its people.

On 28 April, a US embargo on Venezuelan oil exports will go into effect, dealing a heavy blow to the already-diminished finances of Caracas.

According to recent statistics, the USA accounts for an estimated 50% of the oil exported from the beleaguered South American nation.

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro announced the start of the 2nd stage of the country’s large-scale military drills in order to prepare and keep foreign terrorists out of the country.

Sputnik / ABC Flash Point Oil News 2019.

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