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    Quote Originally Posted by Klondyke View Post
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    Most of the US govt policies are the same as the previous administration.
    So somebody should tell it to US people. Can save big money for the 2-years lunacy when madly looking for the best of the bests...
    Not understood.

    Please re-write in English.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cold Pizza
    Please re-write in English.
    Not everybody in the world was so "lucky" like you to be born with the English language in his mouth (BTW, is it a real English what you are using?).

    The other "unlucky" - grade B world citizens using other languages. However, for a comprehensive understanding a certain degree of natural intelligence is always necessary.

    BTW, if your English is not enough for a comprehensive understanding (the natural intelligence aside) let me know if it would better for you in another language...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cold Pizza
    It does NOT matter what Trump says. Don't take what he says seriously.
    Any suggestions who would be acceptable as the "Voice of Ameristan"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
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    Well the idiot Drumpf is now saying that the military option is not off the table for Venezuela. What a fucking idiot.

    Trump threatens Venezuela with unspecified 'military option'



    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-u...-idUSKBN1AR2GR
    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainNemo View Post
    So, the intelligent option is to leave them to it? Murdering, raping, torturing, destroying personal property and national assets, and driving the economic into the stone age? That's the intelligent option, is it? Do you know what the words "fucking idiot" mean? Or do you just read them off your forehead every time you look in the mirror. I guess you count Obama's legacy in Libya and in Syria as a success, yeah? You regard North Korea as a fantastic system hampered by external imperialists?!
    Once again I post up a bunch a spastic left wing gibberish. Venezuela is a sovereign fascist dictatorship gangster state with an unrestrained mafia that is loyal to the fascist government. To threaten military protection for innocent civilans is absurd. The capital city is all rubble for christ sake.

    So you in multiple threads have come out in favour of removing two evil fascist dictators simultaneously. First with NK and now with Venezuela. I clearly am beyond clueless of the gravity of doing nothing to prevent either of these potential conflagrations. CID
    Alas, the video of Maduro thugs shooting a civilian, and beating another in public have been censored.



    Kim and Maduro are not my presidents - are they yours?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H1F2i0rYMj8

    we are all figments of our own imagination.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainNemo
    Kim and Maduro are not my presidents - are they yours?
    Alt right scumbags...

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Cold Pizza
    It does NOT matter what Trump says. Don't take what he says seriously.
    Any suggestions who would be acceptable as the "Voice of Ameristan"?
    Miley Cyrus?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Cold Pizza
    It does NOT matter what Trump says. Don't take what he says seriously.
    Any suggestions who would be acceptable as the "Voice of Ameristan"?
    No need for suggestions.

    It's already:

    Goldman Sachs
    Citibank
    AIPAC
    the Pentagon
    MIC corporations
    Big Pharma

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cold Pizza View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cold Pizza
    It does NOT matter what Trump says. Don't take what he says seriously.
    Any suggestions who would be acceptable as the "Voice of Ameristan"?
    No need for suggestions.

    It's already:

    Goldman Sachs
    Citibank
    AIPAC
    the Pentagon
    MIC corporations
    Big Pharma
    All of which use lobbyists to promote single issue policies. None of them, with the possible exception of the Pentagon, have a single voice.

    Unlike Trump who conducts public policy debates on twitter, and leaves the headless branches of government to clean up his excreta.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Switch View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cold Pizza
    It does NOT matter what Trump says. Don't take what he says seriously.
    Any suggestions who would be acceptable as the "Voice of Ameristan"?
    No need for suggestions.

    It's already:

    Goldman Sachs
    Citibank
    AIPAC
    the Pentagon
    MIC corporations
    Big Pharma
    All of which use lobbyists to promote single issue policies. None of them, with the possible exception of the Pentagon, have a single voice.
    Oh, I think all of these organizations do indeed have a voice. They get what they want in policy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainNemo
    Kim and Maduro are not my presidents - are they yours?
    Alt right scumbags...
    Well, if the cap fits, bs... you're clearly a fascism fanboy/girl/whatever...

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    To all who made suggestions regarding the "speakers for ameristan". Have any of the suggested parties been democratically elected by the ameristani voters?

    If not, some might say the voters have been duped and ameristan is an unelected dictatorship.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klondyke View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Cold Pizza
    Please re-write in English.
    Not everybody in the world was so "lucky" like you to be born with the English language in his mouth (BTW, is it a real English what you are using?).

    The other "unlucky" - grade B world citizens using other languages. However, for a comprehensive understanding a certain degree of natural intelligence is always necessary.

    BTW, if your English is not enough for a comprehensive understanding (the natural intelligence aside) let me know if it would better for you in another language...
    Please re-write in English, French, or Spanish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Cold Pizza
    It does NOT matter what Trump says. Don't take what he says seriously.
    Any suggestions who would be acceptable as the "Voice of Ameristan"?
    The never was a "voice."

    There are a collection of "voices" and I would not take them seriously, the same as Trump.

    Kelly, McMaster, Haley, and other hacks.

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    What's wrong with Miley Cyrus? She can carry a tune.

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    Hermano, can you spare a dime?

    Armed Venezuelan soldiers caught in Guyana begging for food

    BY JIM WYSS
    AUGUST 15, 2017 3:31 PM

    BOGOTA, COLOMBIA

    A handful of Venezuelan soldiers — armed and in uniform — were caught in neighboring Guyana last week begging for food, local police reported, another sign of Venezuela’s deepening hunger crisis.

    Armed Venezuelan soldiers caught in Guyana begging for food | Miami Herald

    Venezuelan president, in Cuba, pays homage to Fidel Castro
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    HAVANA (Reuters) - Embattled Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro traveled to Cuba on Tuesday to pay homage to deceased leader Fidel Castro
    , in a surprise visit days after U.S. President Donald Trump warned of possible military action against Venezuela.

    Venezuelan president, in Cuba, pays homage to Fidel Castro | Reuters

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    Nothing surprising about the dictator Maduro going to Cuba as Venezuela is it's client state,Cuba wants the cheap oil and narco dollars to keep rolling in.
    That old prick Fidal set up his security services to help run the place and they don't want
    the Venezuela regime to fall, got to still be able to spread the stupid old revolutionary
    crap that Fidal tried to spread around central and sourh America and Africa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reddog
    ....Cuba wants the cheap oil...
    Can you name a country that does not want a cheap oil? (beside the one buying there already...)

    ...stupid old revolutionary crap that Fidal tried to spread around central and sourh America and Africa.
    Can you name another country that has withstood 50 years of blockade?

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    Seems that some are questioning ameristanis threat of lethal military action against the sovereign country Venezuela. The rats are starting to leave the sinking ameristani ship of statecraft.

    "BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - South American trade bloc Mercosur rejects the use of force in Venezuela, a statement sent by Argentina's foreign ministry said on Saturday, a day after U.S. President Donald Trump threatened military intervention.
    The bloc including Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay and Brazil suspended Venezuela indefinitely last week. The statement said dialogue and diplomacy were the only acceptable means to promote democracy in Venezuela for Mercosur countries."


    https://www.usnews.com/news/world/ar...e-in-venezuela

    Seems they represent a good chunk of South America.




    In addition the Russian FM, alongside the Bolivian FM stated:


    "Sergey Lavrov, the Russian Foreign Minister was speaking with his Bolivian counterpart when the issue of Venezuela arose. Bolivia is one of Venezuela’s closest regional allies along with Cuba.

    Sergey Lavrov responded to threats made by Donald Trump against Caracas when the US President threatened the use of military action against the oil rich South American country. Venezuela has called Trump’s threats “crazy” and a threat to the sovereignty of the country.
    Today, Lavrov stated,
    “We are united in the need to overcome the existing disagreements in the country by peaceful means through a nationwide dialogue as soon as possible, without any external pressure, not to mention the unacceptability of the threats of military intervention in the internal affairs of this count”.
    Recently Mercosur, a bloc of nations covering the majority of South America condemned any attempts by the US to stage a war against Venezuela. This included countries who themselves have disagreements with Caracas. Today, Lavrov cited this as an example of widespread opposition to any war on Venezuela."
    LAVROV: 'NO WAR IN VENEZUELA'



    A fairly large part of Asia:


    A tray full of GOLD is not worth a moment in time.

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    Don't get all excited, it's only orange cunto, if you haven't noticed he spouts nothing but shit all the time.

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    OhOh,

    Don't take what Trump says, seriously.

    That's just talk.

    The US will not intervene militarily.

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    Interesting article by Colombian PM,Juan Manual Santos saying history has spoken,and the verdict is conclusive,Colombia has powered ahead with poverty reduction, job creation,infrastructure,and inflation under 4%.
    Meanwhile the socialist paradise,Venezuela has it's economy contract by 40%, large debts,worlds highest inflation,82% of people impoverished, foreign currency, medicines,
    and food shortages.
    Santos told Chavez his economic program would fail and Chavez was offended as was Maduro later on.
    Santos said Venezuelans have been stripped of their basic human rights and corruption has consumed the regime.
    Viva the revolution(snigger)

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    Maduro cancels Venezuelan Youth Orchestra trip to US because the well renown conductor criticized the government back in May.

    These talented you kids are the ones that are being punished.

    I see Maduro leaving office and losing his life, like so many other despots who cannot manage macro-economics 101


    Venezuelan President Cancels Gustavo Dudamel's Youth Orchestra Tour To U.S.

    August 21, 2017

    TOM HUIZENGA



    Venezuelan conductor Gustavo Dudamel leads the Simon Bolivar National Youth Orchestra during a rehearsal in Caracas on November 20, 2012.
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    The Venezuelan government has cancelled the upcoming U.S. tour by the National Youth Orchestra of Venezuela and its star conductor Gustavo Dudamel, who is also the music director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela.

    El Nacional, a major Venezuelan paper, reported yesterday that the cancellation was ordered by the presidency.

    The decision is seen by many as payback for Dudamel's recent criticism about the political and social upheaval in his country. After a considerable period of silence, Dudamel finally spoke out in May, writing to Venezuelan officials in an open letter, "Enough is enough." That address to the government was published after the death of Armando Cańizales, an 18-year-old musician who had been trained in El Sistema, the same government-funded music program that Dudamel participated in as a child and now champions. The National Youth Orchestra of Venezuela is an offshoot of El Sistema.

    In July, in an opinion piece written for The New York Times, Dudamel wrote: "I have an obligation, as a Venezuelan citizen, to speak out against the unconstitutional decision by the government to convene a national constituent assembly, which will have the power not only to rewrite the Constitution but also to dissolve state institutions."

    According to El Nacional, President Nicolás Maduro accused Dudamel of not understanding the Venezuelan government and added, "May God forgive you."

    The planned four-city tour in September included stops at Wolf Trap in Virginia, Chicago's Ravinia Festival, and the Hollywood Bowl. Dudamel took to Twitter today to respond, saying his dream to perform with the "wonderful young musicians" cannot come true "this time." He added, "We will continue to play and to fight for a better Venezuela and a better world."

    Deceptive Cadence : NPR

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    What this is is, brain drain. These stories coming oug daily just never end.

    Venezuela’s rebel prosecutor heads to Brazil as Maduro seeks her arrest
    BY JIM WYSS

    AUGUST 22, 2017

    BOGOTA, COLOMBIA

    Venezuela’s former chief prosecutor — who says she has proof of corruption at the highest levels of the socialist administration — traveled to Brazil on Tuesday amid fevered speculation that she would ultimately seek asylum in the United States.

    Ortega’s exact whereabouts have been shrouded in mystery since she fled Venezuela with her husband on Friday — taking a boat to Aruba and then a charter flight to Bogotá.

    Venezuela ex-prosecutor heads to Brazil defying arrest | Miami Herald

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cold Pizza View Post
    What this is is, brain drain. These stories coming oug daily just never end.

    Venezuela’s rebel prosecutor heads to Brazil as Maduro seeks her arrest
    BY JIM WYSS

    AUGUST 22, 2017

    BOGOTA, COLOMBIA

    Venezuela’s former chief prosecutor — who says she has proof of corruption at the highest levels of the socialist administration — traveled to Brazil on Tuesday amid fevered speculation that she would ultimately seek asylum in the United States.

    Ortega’s exact whereabouts have been shrouded in mystery since she fled Venezuela with her husband on Friday — taking a boat to Aruba and then a charter flight to Bogotá.

    Venezuela ex-prosecutor heads to Brazil defying arrest | Miami Herald
    I would imagine if she has dirt on Maduro then her liberty, or possibly even her life is at risk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda
    I would imagine if she has dirt on Maduro
    Pretty sure any "evidence" will be "utilised" to match a foreign powers objectives and she will be found dead. Her sudden death will be described as a "suicide", two shots to the back of her head. The old cancer method is somewhat old fashioned these days.

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