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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    I suppose you have copies of the contracts and the assets attached to themm to share with us?
    Don't be a prick all your life.

    Try reading the fucking thread. Once again you are talking without listening.

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    No reports of "illegal" election?

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    ^One supportive of the President and the election procedures:

    TASS: World - Incumbent President Nicolas Maduro wins presidential election in Venezuela

    Another, where a somebody, an ameristani, the Duty Secretary of State John Sullivan, are are bitching they didn't win, possibly because they boycotted the election.



    Poor things.

    TASS: World - Argentine foreign minister, US senior diplomat slam Venezuela elections as illegitimate


    Both from the same Russian source. Such an even-handed bunch eh?
    A tray full of GOLD is not worth a moment in time.

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    They do not recognize elected leaders like Maduro, Putin, etc.

    They (and some here at TD - please no names) like to have their leaders elected "transparently", something like GWB - by help of his brother governor in Florida...

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    In this video, aired on Venezuelan State TV last year, Maduro shamelessly walks us through his get-out-the-vote plan for the July 30th, 2017 National Constituent Assembly (ANC) election, a strategy that would become the go-to playbook for every subsequent election since.


    It relies on the then-recently created Carnet de la Patria— an ID card with a QR code for data storage that is required in order to benefit from social programs and government subsidies— as a means of social coercion through extortion.

    Since its inception in January 2017, the Carnet de la Patria has become a powerful tool for procuring and processing big data related to the behavior patterns of the Venezuelan electorate that can’t afford to forgo Maduro’s handouts—basically, most of the population. Through its vast media hegemony, the Maduro regime has convinced us that they know exactly who votes, and exactly who you voted for.

    It matters little whether this threat is real or perceived: most people can’t afford to risk their paltry food rations in order to find out. So it pretty much comes down to “vote for me if you want food, starve if you want to make a point.”

    Hunger, it turns out, is a powerful incentive.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/08/02/w...n-turnout.html

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    A brilliant idea can you vote using somebody else's card many times. I've emailed THE LORD with this idea, or do you think it was him who suggested it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    A brilliant idea can you vote using somebody else's card many times. I've emailed THE LORD with this idea, or do you think it was him who suggested it?
    No, he has a much better approach.

    Pick who runs against him and stuff the ballot boxes to make sure.

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