The president of the National Constituent Assembly (ANC) of Venezuela, Diosdado Cabello, said today that the American actress Angelina Jolie works for the CIA and lied during his visit this week to Venezuelan refugees in Peru.
"There in Peru was an actress who loves the people of Venezuela, so much that she loves you, you ask her how many inhabitants Venezuela has and she has not the slightest idea, where is Venezuela? I guarantee you do not even know", satirized Hair on his weekly television show.
The leader of the ANC, a body composed only of pro-government officials and not recognized by many governments, said Jolie's three-day visit to Peru as a special envoy of the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) is "an artifice that they have used in other countries. "
"The problem is the damage it does to the world because they sent her to Libya, they sent her to Syria to do the same work, they sent her to Africa, to all the countries that have ended up invaded by imperialism, that it's his job, "said Cabello.
"They are agents of imperialism, of the CIA, of the Pentagon, of all those bodies that imperialism has to act and they put a tear that runs in rivers so that the world believes that (…) they have touched the heart of a Hollywood star, "he continued.
According to Cabello, Jolie is wrong to believe that in Venezuela "what there are are four dictators" and "that there is no town here that supports a revolution".
"They think that we are still a colony because they send us a deceiving actress on the screen to try to deceive the people." Nobody is left to manipulate, fortunately our town is piles (…) and they started making fun because this is the way to take it , we have to make fun, "he said.
The powerful Chavist leader suggested the actress "worry about the 43 million poor people in the United States" or "for the children they keep in cages" in that country.
"They sent her here to cover the Central American exodus to the United States," he said and asked why the Oscar winner has not commented on the so-called caravan with thousands of migrants who left Honduras north of the American continent.
After meeting with the president of Peru, Martín Vizcarra, and with the Peruvian Foreign Minister, Néstor Popolizio, the Hollywood star said that the Venezuelan migrant crisis was more shocking because "it was predictable and avoidable."
The actress was in Lima on Sunday, where she visited a shelter that welcomes newly arrived Venezuelans to the Peruvian capital, and on Monday she moved to the border of Peru with Ecuador to see the massive daily arrival in Peruvian territory of thousands of migrants. from Venezuela.
"Every Venezuelan I met described the situation in their country as desperate, I heard stories of people dying from lack of medical care and medicine, the people are very hungry, and are exposed to violence and persecution," Jolie said.