It`s well known that every regime change operation in Venezuela is funded by Washington.
However, financing has always been carried out indirectly through non-governmental and “civil society” organizations that serve as managers (and cover-ups) in the final channeling of resources towards objectives, as always, violent.
But with the manufacturing of the parallel government in Venezuela in January of this year, intermediaries are no longer needed. This reaffirms the pattern of aggressiveness that hawks have printed on US foreign policy.
If before the White House tried to hide its interference in Venezuela, now it seems to care very little.
Publicly exhibiting sponsorship of anti-Chavez is not seen by hawks as a political cost that they could assume in the future. The important thing is to “show strength,” as the Decalogue of the neoconservatives teaches, and it doesn’t matter if it completely strips local coup plotters who try to cover their actions with a citizen and civil mysticism, apparently stripped of concrete and obvious geopolitical interests.
The money given by USAID is aimed at financially supporting Guaidó until they “displace Maduro from power.” A message , in turn, deepens the cracks in the local opposition: while a fraction sits at the dialogue table with the Government of Venezuela, this financing widens the gap and provides an incentive for the opposition parties linked to Guaidó not Move from that position.
More money, more internal war: a constant that goes through the history of anti-Chavez since its birth.
Even though the coup of April 30 did not crystallize and the following attempts to achieve regime change by violent means ran the same fate, the United States Government doubles its bets to sustain the gear of the coup pending a fact disenchanting to implement financing.