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RT — Venezuela blames nationwide blackout on ‘electromagnetic attack’

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Preliminary probe into the incident has suggested the “existence of an electromagnetic attack that sought to affect the hydroelectric generation system of Guayana, the main provider of this service in the country,” the minister told state channel VTV. While authorities are struggling to resolve the crisis, the US-backed opposition leader Juan Guaido has used the power outage to once again attack his political opponent, accusing President Maduro of “destroying” the country's electrical system.... What might  the commonality be (if any) among Venezuela, Nacaragua, Cuba, Ukraine, Crimea, Georgia, Nordstream 2, Hong Kong, Xinjiang Autonomous Region, North Korea, Iran and Cold War 2? They all involve countries that the US considers adversaries or competitors challenging US global

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Preliminary probe into the incident has suggested the “existence of an electromagnetic attack that sought to affect the hydroelectric generation system of Guayana, the main provider of this service in the country,” the minister told state channel VTV.
While authorities are struggling to resolve the crisis, the US-backed opposition leader Juan Guaido has used the power outage to once again attack his political opponent, accusing President Maduro of “destroying” the country's electrical system....
What might  the commonality be (if any) among Venezuela, Nacaragua, Cuba, Ukraine, Crimea, Georgia, Nordstream 2, Hong Kong, Xinjiang Autonomous Region, North Korea, Iran and Cold War 2? They all involve countries that the US considers adversaries or competitors challenging US global hegemony.

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Venezuela blames nationwide blackout on ‘electromagnetic attack’


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Monthly Review, July-August 2019 (Volume 71, Number 3), on imperialism.
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