[WSMDiscuss] Imperialism in movement…, Venezuela in movement…, International solidarity in movement… : Nicolas Maduro - An Open Letter to the People of the United States

Tord Björk tord.bjork at gmail.com
Mon Mar 11 20:27:43 CET 2019

A charter of the International Peoples Assembly

To militants, social and political activists of the world

Dear Comrades, From the 23rd to the 27th February 2019, the International
Assembly of the People gathered in Caracas, Venezuela to continue the
process of building our anti-capitalist and anti-imperialist struggles as
well as to extend solidarity to the Bolivarian revolution. Altogether 500
people from 181 organizations of 87 countries and 5 continents (Africa,
Asia, Europe, Latin America and Oceania) met, debated, sang, chanted and
experienced revolutionary solidarity in the common struggle to give hope to
the people of our planet.

We have been coming together over a three-year process to confront the
historic challenge of unifying the struggles of the working class and
peoples of the world. We are convinced that the unity of our
antiimperialist, anti-capitalist, anti-patriarchal and anti-racist
struggles is the only way to achieve a better world for all. During the
past three years, the International Assembly of the People has been
networking in the different regions: Building political networks,
facilitating dialogue amongst activists, organising regional conferences,
setting up and running regional political education schools, discovering
and reinforcing people that have the courage and the zeal to fight
injustice everywhere.

The most evident injustice today is the imperialist attack on Venezuela. In
a project to restore the power of the oligarchy and plunder of the immense
mineral resources of this beautiful, rich country; the Empire cannot bear
the presence of a socialist-inspired revolution that intends to deliver the
country’s wealth to the Venezuelan people; but they will never win. That is
why Venezuela was the place for the International Assembly of the People to
celebrate and support the Bolivarian Revolution. The original design of the
Assembly was to bring together 1,500 representatives of diverse struggles
in Caracas. Following the increased aggression against Venezuela, a
decision was taken to amend the design of the Assembly to a one of 500
persons with an explicit focus on solidarity for the Venezuela.

The holding of the Assembly is an important and inspirational milestone in
the process started three years ago. We are energised by this tremendous
Caracas gathering and are more convinced than ever to continue the process
of unifying our common struggles all over the world. We will continue to
work at regional, country and community levels. We will pay attention to
the battle of ideas, the coordination of the struggles, to communication,
mobilization and political education training with the only aspiration of
giving tools, ideas, and strength to each and every person in the world who
stands up against any injustice.

That is our call. Coordinating Committee of the International Peoples

2 Work Plan

I) MOBILIZATION - In order to build on the work of the International
Assembly of Peoples, we commit ourselves to defining, in each region, a
calendar of mobilizations and to strengthen mobilizations in the region
that are already or that will be identified. This calendar will promte an
anti-imperialist day of action in the second semester of 2019.

II) Coordination
- To publicize the nature, political platform and plan of action of the
International Peoples Assembly with the purpose of spreading and deepening
participation in our coordination.
- To establish and to strenghthen mechanisms of communication at a regional
level that will enable us to improve our coordination and the work of the
regional operative secretariats.
- We will develop regional assemblies or activities that allow us to
strengthen our coordination, including: o VIII Assembly of Peoples of the
Caribbean, in Trinidad and Tobago, from August 15 to 19, 2019. o
Mesoamerican meeting at the end of July or beginning of August 2019. o II
Asia Assembly in the second semester of 2019. o III Assembly of Alba
movimientos the first semester of 2020. o Sub regional assemblies and a
regional assembly in Europe before the second half of 2020. o IV
Pan-African Regional Conference in 2020; o Regional Assembly in the Arabic
- We will continue to build our International Peoples' coordination, for
which the Coordinating Commission, at its next meeting, will define the
methodology of the process and a division responsibility to refine our
definition of and follow through on the Action Plan in order to develop the
processes for our next International Assembly.

3 III) COMMUNICATION - We commit ourselves to spreading the word about and
strengthening our instruments of communication and coordination, with
relation to the social movements of the International Assembly and other
platforms that the communication committee can establish to engage in the
battle of ideas in our regions.
IV) POLITICAL FORMATION - We are committed to continue developing and
deepening processes of political formation, as well as to strengthening the
coordination of regional training schools to develop internationalist
awareness and knowledge of the processes of struggle of the peoples of the

V) MILITANT INTERNATIONALISM - We will demonstrate and promote our support
and solidarity in the face of any aggression against the peoples of the
world. - We will organize brigades and exchanges between our millitants to
carry out concrete actions that will develop internationalism. - We are
committed to accompanying electoral processes in countries in resistance to
guarantee respect for popular will and exchange organizational experiences
for the electoral battles

Activities Schedule

- March 8 International Day of Women's Struggle.
- March 21 International Day for the Elimination of Racism
- 24 March for Human Rights (Argentina)
- March 30 Earth Day in Palestine.
- April 7 Day of Struggle to Free Lula
- April 17 International Day of Peasant Struggle
- May 1 International Day of Workers' Struggle
- May 25 Africa's Freedom Day
- July 28 Day of Struggle in Solidarity with Haiti
- October 7 International Day of Youth Struggles
 - October 15 International Day of Rural Women
- October 16 International Day of Struggle for Food Sovereignty
- Second Semester We propose to discuss the organization of an
International Day of Antiimperialist Struggle -
 From November 1 to 3 Anti-imperialist Meeting for Democracy and Against

International Campaign for Peace and Sovereignty in Venezuela

1. On March 16, 2019 we will organize an International Day of Struggle for
Peace in Venezuela and the cessation of the economic blockade. On this day
we will mobilize our movements and organizations of the peoples in front of
US embassies and consulates, or else in other symbolic places of the
imperialist and interventionist action that has been practiced by the
Donald Trump government against sovereignty and self-determination of the
Venezuelan people.
2. In all the mobilizations organized by the peoples, we will support the
sovereignty of the Venezuelan people, for peace and democracy in Venezuela
and for a world without imperialism.
3. We will organize mobilizations and activities to rescue the legacy of
the commander Hugo Chávez and in solidarity with the Bolivarian Revolution,
as on March 5, the date of Chavez's sowing, on July 28, the date of his
birth and also on the 13th April, in which the Venezuelan people have
defeated the 2002 coup against President Chávez and the Venezuelan people.
4. We will be on alert to defend the Venezuelan Embassies and Consulates
because they are territories of the Venezuelan people in our countries,
which in some countries has been attacked and beaten by right-wing and
fascist forces.
5. We will promote actions of denunciation and boycott of companies
involved in aggressions against the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.


1. We propose to articulate ourselves at the local, national and
international level with other progressive political forces, democrats and
the left to organize the Committees for Peace in Venezuela, which will
promote broad and unitary actions against US imperialist interventionism.
2. We will continue to strengthen and promote regional spaces of movements
and organizations of the peoples in defense of the Bolivarian Revolution,
of its socialist and feminist character and also of the legacy of the
commander Hugo Chávez.
3. We will explore the possibilities of promoting an International Network
of Jurists and Lawyers that will take legal action against the aggressions
against the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela 2
4. We will promote articulations with people and groups of intellectuals,
religious, artists and culture workers that promote activities and
processes for Peace in Venezuela.
5. We will promote the articulation between political organizations with
parliamentary or institutional representation to promote actions in the
political and diplomatic spheres in defense of the Bolivarian Republic of
Venezuela, for Peace and for the accountability of those responsible for
the interference against Venezuela.


1. We are committed to publicize and strengthen communication tools that
allow communication information, disseminate information and establish a
common discursive line between: People Dispatch, Newsclick, Fato Brazil,
New Frame, The Mast, Latin American Summary, AlbaTv and other platforms
that the communication committee can establish to boost support and support
for the Bolivarian Revolution.
2. We will promote campaigns to denounce the aggressions against the
peoples of Venezuela and the Bolivarian Revolution for what we will
develop, at least three campaigns: a) against the interventionist war and
for Peace; b) denounce and publicize the actions and effects of the
blockade and the economic war against the Bolivarian Revolution; c) to make
known the exercise of participatory and protagonist democracy in Venezuela
and the support of the Bolivarian people for their revolution and President
Nicolás Maduro.
3. Promote the articulation between the network of Alternative and
Community Media -MAC- with the alternative and popular media that exist in
our countries, to make known the reality of the Bolivarian Revolution and
the struggles of the Bolivarian People.


1. We will incorporate knowledge of the process of the Bolivarian
Revolution into the training and mystical plans of the political training
schools of our organizations and movements, which have been developed at
the regional level.
2. We will promote, through the International Pedagogical Political
Coordination, the creation of a repository of materials and multimedia
content in several languages, on the process of the Bolivarian revolution
that our training schools can access.


1. We will promote and strengthen the Solidarity Brigades with Venezuela
that contribute to the process of development, strengthening and defense of
the sovereignty of the Venezuelan people.
2. We will develop exchanges of knowledge, technological support and
technical assistance to Venezuela, or from Venezuela to other countries, to
share experiences that enable the strengthening of capacities in different
areas of knowledge in order to positively impact the strengthening of the
sovereign and sustainable economy of the Bolivarian Revolution.
3. We will articulate Solidarity Actions from People to People to collect
and deliver medicines to the Venezuelan people, at the same time we
denounce the criminal blockade that prevents the purchase of medicines
necessary for the continuity of life.
4. Promoting and promoting, in coordination with the embassies of
Venezuela, support actions (health, labor, education, culture) towards
Venezuelan migrants who have left their country as a result of the
imperialist aggression against the Bolivarian Revolution.
5. In order to express our solidarity, we will develop, as of June 25, an
International Mission of organizations that constitute La Vía campesina, of
popular exchange and in support of the Bolivarian people.

Political Declaration
“Che Guevara” Internationalist Brigade

We are 200 young men and women from 40 countries on 4 continents,
representing more than 100 popular organizations, including peasant,
student, union, community, women’s, LGTB and afro groups. We represent a
wide cultural, economic, political and ideological diversity.

>From February 16th to 22nd, we met in the city of Caracas and in different
and diverse spaces of popular power. We carried out the Che Guevara
internationalist brigade through which we did voluntary work and lived
revolutionary practice in the flesh alongside the people. We continued
along the path that blazed by Che, which led us to Venezuela in the spirit
of internationalism and solidarity. Over these days we reaffirmed out
commitment to the Boliviarian revolution and our confidence in the
legitimate president of the people, Nicolas Maduro Moros. We have witnessed
a historic moment in the crisis of capitalism which has intensified
violence against young people all over the planet.

The privatization of education is creating education systems at the service
of the interests of accumulated capital which is exclusionary and does not
help resolve the basic problems of the population. The criminalization of
marginalized youth increases repression while making it harder to construct
and project for living with dignity. We can see that imperialism is being
invented in order continue repressing and despoiling the peoples of the
world, an offensive in which Venezuela is currently at the epicenter. This
generates a multi-dimensional war waged at an economic, psychological,
communications and military level. They are trying to appropriate natural
resources and destroy the revolutionary morale and identity that enable the
Chavist people to continue defending their rights and their sovereignty.

The Struggles That Unite Us:

1. Defending territories and natural resources, against environmental
degradation and the privatization of nature.
2. Supporting sovereignty and defending self-determination, against
imperialist war and exploitation by transnational companies.
3. Resisting attacks on youth and militarization, in favor of life.
4. Promoting popular feminism, representing the rights of women, LGBTs,
indigenous peoples, defending equality against the patriarchy, racism and
religious intolerance.
5. Supporting a popular political Project built buy the people, in defense
of social rights (education, culture, health, transport, housing, etc.) and
opposing fascist and neoliberal policies.
6. The defense of dignified labor and the construction of economic
alternatives. Resistance against precaraisation and the super exploitation
of the work of young people.
7. Defending the democratization of communication which respects and
transmits local culture, against mass media.

 To carry out our struggles we need to take on some concrete tasks and
1. Strengthening the construction of the International Coordination for the
Militant Youth, keeping its antiimperialist, anti-patriarchal,
anti-colonialist, anti-neoliberal and anti-racist nature.
2. We must return to grass roots organising, to politize, mobilize and
organize people and especially the youth. We have to organize working class
youth, who are the group most affected by the imperialist offensive and
simultaneously, the most dynamic demographic in class struggle.
3. At times of crisis, it is imperative to create tools to denounce the
enemy’s project, and at the same time, declare out own through agitation
and propaganda, creating new forms of communication through creative
capacity. It is not enough to reject the project of the enemy, its also
necessary to declare and new social vision.
3. Develop political and ideological training of the youth, understanding
that only through political and educational training we can assure greater
confidence moving towards the strategic horizon.
4. It is necessary to advance mass struggle. These are mobilisations that
can change the correlation of forces. Out power is in the number of people
that we can organize and get on the streets If the enemy gains strength
through the accumulation of capital, in the media monopoly and the military
apparatus, we accumulate our strength thought numbers in the street.
5. We must build unity among the popular forces, both nationally and
internationally. We cannot emphasize minor difference to the detriment of
unity. It’s necessary to organize unified spaces that strengthen the
struggle against a common enemy. We cannot emphasise small differences at
the expense of unity. It is necessary to organized unified spaces which
strengthen the struggle against a common enemy.
6. We must take advantage of the creative power of the youth, and build
innovative tools for the organization of this social sector, through
popular mediums of communication, methods of struggle and organisation that
reach young people.
7. Replicate the International Brigades aimed at strengthening solidarity
with the struggles of brother peoples that are being fiercely attacked by
imperialism and by the destructive logic of capital.

Long live the Bolivarian Revolution! Long live Chavez! Long live the
Militant Youth!
Caracas, Venezuela, February 26th, 2019

Manifesto in Solidarity with Venezuela

1. Assembled together in Caracas, Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, between
February 24 and 27, 2019, delegates from more than 90 countries from the
five continents, representing social and political organizations and
movements reaffirm our defense of the sovereignty and self-determination of
Venezuela, we pronounce ourselves in defense of the Bolivarian Revolution
and the legitimate and constitutional President, Nicolás Maduro.

2. During the last two decades, the Bolivarian Revolution is moving forward
in a process and project of deep transformation, based on participatory and
protagonist democracy, focused on peoples interests, which has communal
organization and aims the feminist socialism proposed by Hugo Chávez. With
this perspective, it has produced changes in the horizon that also involve
the construction of a multicenter and multipolar world, with important
changes in the neocolonial relations that affect our region and the South.
With a vision of redistribution of wealth that comes from the plentiful
resources that the country produces, Venezuela has attained unprecedented
results in its history with universal access to public and free education,
eradicating illiteracy and allowing unprecedented access to higher
education. Similar achievements are registered in health, housing and other
social rights.

3. US imperialism, guardian of the corporate, financing, military and
transnational interests it embraces, is determined to bring the process
down in order to take direct control of the natural resources. To give an
end to the proposal of sovereignty and self-determination, the United
States has unleashed all hybrid and permanent war strategies; it has tried
all possible tactics: coups, terrorism, financial speculation, economic
blockade, induced inflation, among others.

4. Since 2008, there is a clear structural, multidimensional, and
historical crisis of capitalism; in this context, the United States seeks
to maintain its world hegemony by all means, including war, which results
in aggression, invasions and wars to seize natural wealth, and control the
markets, the territories and the governments. In this sense, the
geoeconomic dispute with China and Russia threatens to lead humanity
towards a total war.

5. Thus, in order to protect free market and the freedom of corporations to
plunder and exploit our peoples, in various parts of the world, they are
moving forward with economic pressures, such as the blockade against
Venezuela, Cuba and Iran, and war aggressions, as those in Iraq,
Afghanistan, Libya, Yemen, the Democratic Republic of the Congo; and land
occupations such as Palestine. They also impose economic, psychological,
and cultural wars, such as the one that has been violating Venezuela for
several years. Paradoxically, it is the "defense of human rights and
democracy" that has served as a crutch to camouflage the most serious
collective aggressions. But the peoples resist and have managed to stop
these attempts of control as it was the situation in Crimea and Syria.

6. The imposition of the rules of the game of corporate and globalized
capitalism can only be sustained by eliminating democratic possibilities
and rights of the working class, spreading chaos, destruction and death.
Therefore, we reject the escalation of pressure from the United States
government, such as the military action that, disguised as "humanitarian
aid", advances against the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela. This is a new
phase of the war that seeks to reinstate a model of political
subordination, which can be seen in the aim of overthrowing the elected
president Nicolás Maduro.

7. A new moment of this interventionist plan is now expressed in the
external pressures promoted by ad hoc bodies, such as the so-called Lima
group, which, coordinated with sectors of the Venezuelan far right, seeks
to establishing an authoritarian coup d'état ignoring Venezuelan democratic
institutions. We note with surprise that even institutions, such as the
European Union, succumb to US pressures and, contrary to international law
and democracy, proceed to recognize a self-proclaimed "president", who no
one has elected. This is supported by an ideological and communicational
engineering based on the dissemination of fake news and fictitious
scenarios, which are positioned both through corporate media and digital

8. Today, in Venezuela, sovereignty and self-determination are at issue,
these are pillars of the dignity of the peoples that seek to build a future
for humanity and fairer and more egalitarian societies. For this reason,
and in internationalist solidarity with the people of Venezuela and their
legitimate government chaired by Nicolás Maduro, we proclaim:

1. To stop the economic blockade that leads to the suffering of the people,
threatens the economic and productive project and the redistributive
policies, and which has already cost Venezuela more than 30 million
2. To defend sovereignty, participatory and protagonist democracy and the
Venezuelan right to organize its economic project and manage its natural
resources with based on sovereign criteria.
3. The peoples of the world want peace; we do not want another war. Latin
America and the Caribbean are peaceful territories, as it has been declared
by CELAC in 2014, and as it needs to be projected into the future.
Venezuela has the right to solve any difference through dialog and the
multiple mechanisms provided by its own constitution and within the
framework of the public international law.
4. The peoples of the world, represented by the International Peoples’
Assembly, defend the Bolivarian Revolution as a project that provides a
sense of ethics and future for humanity. We call the entire world to raise
its voice to build on peace and stop the war.

Caracas, February 27, 2019 International Peoples Assembly

On Mon, Mar 11, 2019 at 4:02 PM Jai Sen <jai.sen at cacim.net> wrote:

> Monday, March 11, 2019
> *Imperialism in movement…*, *Venezuela in movement…, International
> solidarity in movement…*
> [This is a rather delayed posting, for which apologies, but I think still
> as relevant as ever; and where I am surprised (and also not surprised) to
> not have seen this key appeal published on international lists as yet.
> Please spread as widely as possible, and of course especially within the
> United States…
>             In solidarity,
>             JS
> Nicolas Maduro : An Open Letter to the People of the United States
> Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro calls on U.S. society to denounce its
> government´s threats of war
> Author: Nicolás Maduro Moros <http://en.granma.cu/archivo?a=1503> |
> informacion at granma.cu
> february 13, 2019 17:02:35
> *Photo: *Reuters
> If I know anything, it is people, because like your selves, I am a man of
> the people. I was born and raised in a poor neighborhood of Caracas. I was
> forged in the heat of popular and union struggles in a Venezuela submerged
> in exclusion and inequality. I am not a tycoon, I am a worker in thought
> and heart, today I have the great privilege of presiding over the new
> Venezuela, rooted in a model of inclusive development and social equality,
> envisioned by Commander Hugo Chávez since 1998 and inspired by the
> Bolivarian legacy.
> We are today living a historical moment. In these coming days, the future
> of our countries will be defined, as one of war or peace. Your national
> representatives in Washington want to bring to your borders the same hatred
> that they sowed in Vietnam. They want to invade and intervene in Venezuela
> – they say, as they said then – in the name of democracy and freedom. But
> this is not so. The story of the usurpation of power in Venezuela is as
> false as the weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. It is a false case, but
> it can have dramatic consequences for our entire region.
> Venezuela is a country that, by virtue of its 1999 Constitution, has
> broadly expanded the participatory and protagonistic democracy of the
> people, and in an unprecedented manner, is one of the countries with the
> largest number of electoral processes held over the last 20 years. You
> might not like our ideology or our appearance, but we exist and we are
> millions.
> I address these words to the people of the United States of America to
> warn of the seriousness and danger of some sectors in the White House
> considering an invasion of Venezuela with unpredictable consequences for my
> country and for the entire American region. President Donald Trump also
> intends to disrupt the noble dialogue initiatives promoted by Uruguay and
> Mexico, with the support of CARICOM, for a peaceful solution and dialogue
> in favor of Venezuela. We know that, for the good of Venezuela, we must sit
> down and talk because to refuse to dialogue is to choose the path of force.
> Keep in mind the words of John F. Kennedy: “Let us never negotiate out of
> fear. But let us never fear to negotiate.”Are those who do not want to
> dialogue afraid of the truth?
> The political intolerance towards the Venezuelan Bolivarian model and the
> appetite for our immense oil resources, minerals, and other great riches,
> has prompted an international coalition headed by the U.S. government to
> commit the serious insanity of militarily attacking Venezuela, under the
> false pretext of a non-existent humanitarian crisis.
> The people of Venezuela have suffered painful social wounds caused by a
> criminal commercial and financial blockade, which has been aggravated by
> the seizing and theft of our financial resources and assets in countries
> aligned with this demented onslaught.
> And yet, thanks to a new system of social protection, of direct attention
> to the most vulnerable sectors, we proudly continue to be a country with
> one of the highest human development indices and with lowest inequality in
> the Americas.
> The U.S. people must know that this complex multifaceted aggression is
> carried out with total impunity and in clear violation of the United
> Nations Charter, which expressly rejects the threat or use of force, among
> other principles and purposes for the sake of peace and friendly relations
> between Nations.
> We want to continue being business partners of the people of the United
> States, as we have been throughout our history. Their politicians in
> Washington, on the other hand, are willing to send their sons and daughters
> to die in an absurd war, instead of respecting the sacred right of the
> Venezuelan people to self-determination and to safeguard our sovereignty.
> Like you, people of the United States, we Venezuelans are patriots. And we
> shall defend our homeland with every piece of our soul. Today Venezuela is
> united in a single clamor: we demand the end of aggression that seeks to
> suffocate our economy and socially suffocate our people, as well as the end
> of serious and dangerous threats of military intervention against
> Venezuela. We appeal to the good soul of U.S. society, a victim of its own
> leaders, to join our call for peace, let us be all one people against
> warmongering and war.
> Long live the peoples of America!
> Nicolás Maduro
> President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela
> ______________________________
> Jai Sen
> Independent researcher, editor
> jai.sen at cacim.net
> Now based in New Delhi, India (+91-98189 11325) and in Ottawa, Canada, on
> unceded Anishinaabe territory (+1-613-282 2900)
> Current associations : www.cacim.net / http://www.openword.net.in
> CURRENT / RECENT publications :
> Jai Sen, ed, 2018a – *The Movements of Movements, Part 2 : Rethinking Our
> Dance*. Ebook and hard copy available at PM Press
> <http://www.pmpress.org/>
> Jai Sen, ed, 2018b – *The Movements of Movements, Part 1 : What Makes Us
> Move ?*, Indian edition. New Delhi : AuthorsUpfront, in collaboration
> with OpenWord and PM Press.  Hard copy available at MOM1AmazonIN
> <https://www.amazon.in/dp/9387280101/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1522884070&sr=8-2&keywords=movements+of+movements+jai+sen>
> , MOM1Flipkart
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> and MOM1AUpFront <http://www.authorsupfront.com/movements.htm>
> Jai Sen, ed, 2017 – *The Movements of Movements, Part 1 : What Makes Us
> Move ?*.  New Delhi : OpenWord and Oakland, CA : PM Press.  Ebook and
> hard copy available at PM Press <http://www.pmpress.org/>
> Jai Sen, ed, 2016a  – *The Movements of Movements, Part 1 : What Makes Us
> Move ?* and Jai Sen, ed, 2016b – *The Movements of Movements, Part 2 :
> Rethinking Our Dance* (both then forthcoming from New Delhi : OpenWord
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