Nicolás Maduro Near Armed Conflict With Brazil? When Hugo Chávez became president in 1999, he promised, among other things, to reduce Venezuela’s enormous levels of inequality, however, as expected, Chávez’s social policy, complemented by Maduro, brought serious consequences to social stability and economic growth in the country, high state control over price control, for example, in the most affordable basic goods, resulted in the stagnation of dozens of industries that were no longer profitable, reducing the production of basic goods, decreasing job offers, increasing inflation and dissatisfaction of the less favored class, and the solution was to blame American sanctions. At the end of last year, a movement of dissidents from the Venezuelan military forces caught America’s attention by trying to control a motorized cavalry unit in Santa Elena de Uiarén, a region very close to the Brazilian city of Pacaraima and that attracts the attention of the powers due to the large quantity of ores essential to the economy of any nation. Amid the movement there was reaction on the part of the mature military, and the conflict resulted in the theft of dozens of rifles and rocket launchers, part of that equipment was rescued, and in the end six dissidents were arrested, and in the face of this vast action, most likely that dissidents were subjected to torture. To further complement the episode, Maduro went public recently to demonstrate his accumulated dissatisfaction with the Brazilian government, and stated that the President of Brazil is dragging the Brazilian Military Forces into an armed conflict with Venezuela, by supporting a group of terrorists who attacked the military barracks, and explained that the military exercise, which will be carried out in the coming days, it is a response to Brazil’s plan and a signal that Venezuelans are ready. Analyzing the whole scenario, the future demonstration of Bolivarian military strength occurs at the same time that there is no no Brazilian military mobilization on the borders and neither government measures against the Venezuelan nation, in fact, it is another scam of Maduro who needs to put into practice his Delusion of Greatness and persecution, because he knows that his dictatorship is unsuccessful and that his people are suffering, but he cannot abdicate from this evil, as Evo Morales did. Complementing insignificant Venezuelan actions, military acts in the coming days will be a paradox the most sanction announced announced by the Americans against the Russians and which will reach the pocket of the top echelons of Venezuela, since the Russian company Rosneft Trading which maintained commercial transactions in the country, suffered a substantial defeat in the transportation and sale of oil, and represents, according to American officials, most of Maduro’s financial resources. Another point that stands out in the socialist tangle is the presence of Guaidó during the presentation of Trump in the State of the Union Speech on February 4, represented the affront of the recognized President of Venezuela to Maduro’s determination not to leave the country’s borders under any circumstances, moreover, Guaidó addressed hundreds of important state and economic issues with nations at the Davos World Forum, and very likely military and geopolitical issues with Americans. Russian intervention in Venezuela shows Putin’s ambitions for the nation’s riches right away, and as such, it needs to protect its bone, its terrain, and this measure of foreign control is compared to the moment experienced in the Cold War by strengthening mutual aid treaties in the event of aggression and deploying military resources on land close to the United States. Undoubtedly, this military mobilization is not a measure of preparing for an armed conflict with the Brazilians who, if they want, are concerned with war. with a lunatic neighbor, but concerned with developing in all sectors. Maduro’s future military parade is yet another way to maintain internal pressure whenever the government is threatened by some external action, be it sanctions or declarations, and the dissenters’ actions almost two months ago were solid pretexts to keep the top military and its troops as close as possible to their control.