WTF: Rogue Cop Steals Helicopter And Drops Grenades On Venezuelan Supreme Court

by | Jun 28, 2017 | Headline News | 17 comments

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    The people of Venezuela have endured unimaginable horrors over the past few years under their corrupt government. Food shortages, record breaking murder rates, rampant inflation, kidnappings, vigilantism, black markets, and civil unrest have all become the norm. However, nothing could have prepared them for the what happened next.

    That’s because the unrest in Venezuela took a rather strange turn today, when a stolen helicopter flew over the nation’s Supreme Court and dropped several grenades, before strafing the Interior Ministry with gunfire. The helicopter could be seen waving a flag that read “350 Freedom,” in reference to Article 350 of the nation’s constitution, which grants citizens the right to resist an undemocratic government.

    So far no casualties have been reported from this incident. President Maduro has since condemned the “armed terrorist attack against the country’s institutions,” and has stated that “this is the kind of armed escalation I have been denouncing.”

    So who was responsible for this brazen attack? If you can believe it, the bombing was committed by a rogue police officer who has worked with opposition figures in the past. But that’s not all. The man is also a high profile movie star in Venezuela.

    The rogue police officer behind a helicopter attack on Venezuelan government buildings is an action film star who paints himself as a James Bond-cum-Rambo figure on social media.

    The government of President Nicolas Maduro said Oscar Perez, a strapping pilot, diver and parachutist, was responsible for firing shots and lobbing grenades on the Interior Ministry and the Supreme Court after hijacking the helicopter.

    In a social media video, Perez said he was fighting a tyrannical, vile government.

    Perez, 36, produced and starred in a 2015 Venezuelan action movie called “Suspended Death” about the rescue of a kidnapped businessman, which includes scenes of him firing a rifle from a helicopter and emerging from water in scuba gear.

    He has an unusually public profile for the usually tight-lipped and secretive investigative police.

    Videos have since surfaced on Instagram, showing Perez flanked by masked gunman, as he reads from a script and denounces the Maduro regime. During the first video he claimed that he was part of “a coalition among soldiers, policemen, and civilians seeking balance and opposing this transitory criminal government. We do not belong to any political party; we are nationalists, patriots, and institutionalists.”

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    However, as the regime hunts for Perez and condemns his attack on the government, the political opposition fears that his actions represent a threat to dissent in Venezuela.

    And yet this is where the comparisons emerge with the “failed Turkish coup” to “remove” Erdogan last summer, which most admit was a staged attempt meant to further entrench the despotic president.

    While Venezuela opposition leaders have long been calling on Venezuela’s security forces to stop obeying Maduro, following yesyerday’s event, there was speculation among opposition supporters on social media that the attack could have been staged to justify repression or cover up drama at Venezuela’s National Assembly, where two dozen lawmakers said they were being besieged by pro-government gangs.

    To some, the incident has “false flag” written all over it.

    But there seemed to be little enthusiasm for the pilot Perez. “It’s a joke. How many people have been arrested for raising a flag? Yet someone who takes a helicopter, gets away,” said Gary Guillen, walking in a Caracas street. “This sounds more like government tactics than anything else.”

    Whatever the case may be, one thing is for certain. The total collapse of Venezuela is accelerating everyday. It’s utter chaos over there. What else can you conclude when B-movie action stars are bombing government buildings?

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      17 Comments

      1. B from CA

        This movie is a dud. He bombed alright. That Holywood (intentionally spelled that way) style false flag operation shows you how much money rich people will spend to prevent the common man from getting a loaf of bread.

        __ disgusting display

        __

        • John Stiner

          This guy is just a douche bag trying to further his own personal agenda.

          If you really look at Venezuela you will see that they don’t understand the 3% rule.

          They keep trying to rally the masses when in fact they only need 3% of the people to have a successful revolution.

          This is a prime example:
          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HtvqFmTMV84

          • The Deplorable Braveheart

            JS, thanks for that video. At least they have SOME independent media down there. If you’re talking about the actor/chopper pilot, that’s also a possibility.

          • Anticommie

            That’s some fine poon. Save the poon. Bring all young females here. It’s a refugee crisis.

      2. The Deplorable Braveheart

        B from CA, it smells like a Maduro false-flag to me. He and his cronies are desperate. Now he fabricates an excuse to crack down even harder on the people. Looks like it’s all over but the crying for Venezuela.

        • John Stiner

          If it was a Maduro false flag I think the “terrorist” helicopter pilot would have been an unknown person, not a up and coming celebrity.

          If the terrorist was an unknown person then Maduro could use his authority for house to house searches and other general crack downs.

          When a single person is identified then the government can really only be justified in going after that one person.

      3. Plan twice, prep once

        Economies like Venezuela are tied directly to the US economy.

        The axiom that when the US economy catches a cold, the rest of the world gets financial pneumonia is absolutely true.

        Brazil is right behind Venezuela, their economy has been in recession for years. The Brazilian president has been now had charges of corruption filed by the Supreme Court there.

        Collapses of other nation economies is a true indicator of exactly how sick the US economy is.

        • John Stiner

          What little money Venezuela gets now comes from oil sales. The price of gas has been dropping sharply. In Houston Texas this week regular unleaded is $1.89 a gallon.

          With gas prices falling, Venezuela will only get worse.

      4. J

        Family pet are going extinct also….except for the privileged class. The next phase will be cannibalism. The end result of socialism.!!!

      5. CrackSummSkulls

        The US will soon be Venezuela, food riots, chaos, Government break down, Bankruptcy, more riots, killings, rape..

        Better have your liberty tools in great working condition and keep at least 12 x 30 Round Mags filled ready to deploy in a seconds notice. All your pistols are used for, is to shoot your way to your battle rifle.

        Breath exhale, breath hold…. shoot. Again,…

        • Old Guy

          As long as he EBT and government checks arrive on time there will not be any escalation of the current riots protest BLM or whatever you want to call it.

      6. TEST

        Facebook CEO: Facebook to replace the local church.

        In case you are interested – https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/facebook-could-become-your-church-if-you-dont-have-one Y’know… Facebook will provide a meaning for life, a basis for ethics, principles to guide your life, etc.

        Then there is this classic: BBC Thinks Pedophilia Is Just Another “Sexual Orientation” found at http://www.naturalnews.com/2017-06-27-the-bbc-thinks-pedophilia-is-just-another-sexual-orientation-akin-to-being-gay-or-transgender.html (don’t worry… bestiality is next on the list!)

        And concluding with retiring congressman Jason Chaffetz calling for $2,500 per month (additional!!) stipend for lawmakers. http://www.bizpacreview.com/2017/06/27/way-door-jason-chaffetz-calls-2500-per-month-stipend-lawmakers-507424

        OH… and don’t forget Obama’s uber-luxe, $2,000/night continuous vacations since he left office! http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/06/27/obamas-under-fire-from-left-for-never-ending-sizzling-ultra-luxury-vacations.html

        Where did this come from? Alexandr Solzhenitsyn wrote: “Over a half century ago, while I was still a child, I recall hearing a number of old people offer the following explanation for the great disasters that had befallen Russia: “Men have forgotten God; that’s why all this has happened.” Since then I have spent well-nigh 50 years working on the history of our revolution; in the process I have read hundreds of books, collected hundreds of personal testimonies, and have already contributed eight volumes of my own toward the effort of clearing away the rubble left by that upheaval. But if I were asked today to formulate as concisely as possible the main cause of the ruinous revolution that swallowed up some 60 million of our people, I could not put it more accurately than to repeat: “Men have forgotten God; that’s why all this has happened.”

      7. Big Al

        Everytime he read something about Venezuela, I have to think about the Tropico series of computergames.
        If you know them, you will see why.

      8. Old Guy

        Well it quite a step up from wearing a backpack on your chest and throwing rocks.

      9. Beaumont

        Where are the police, when you need them?

      10. Him

        Don’t follow that guy into battle. He would have been better off dropping a bag of dicks for Maduro to suck.

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