No, the ′Mother of all Protests′ in Caracas, Venezuela was not about President Donald Trump. Tens of thousands of people took to the streets yesterday against their own president, Nicolas Maduro. The former bus driver has been trying to make himself a supreme dictator. After 18 years of Socialism, started by Hugo Chavez, Venezuela has gone from one of the wealthiest countries in South America to a basket-case. Runaway inflation, political oppression and scarcity of basic commodities like milk and toilet paper have plagued the nation. In recent weeks, Maduro, picked by the deceased Chavez to be his successor, has tried to do away with the country′s legislature, the National Assembly. Especially after the opposition party against Maduro won a majority of seats. Maduro had the nation′s supreme court outlaw it, but the court reversed its decision.