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#1 Pete_V

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Posted 12 August 2017 - 12:13 AM

President Trump on Friday refused to rule out a U.S. military intervention in Venezuela, where civil strife has turned violent.

 

"I'm not going to rule out a military option," he told reporters at his New Jersey golf club.

 

“Venezuela is not very far away, and the people are suffering and they’re dying,” he said. “We have many options for Venezuela, including a possibile military option if necessary.”

 

Trump declined to say whether American troops would lead a possible military effort in Venezuela, saying: “We don’t talk about it.”

 

“But a military operation, a military option is certainly something that we could pursue,” he said.

 

Rest here: http://thehill.com/h...on-in-venezuela


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#2 sharkie

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Posted 12 August 2017 - 12:31 AM

The wealthy will finally reclaim their place as parasite exploiters of the poor.

Edited by Magoo, 12 August 2017 - 12:32 AM.

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#3 Ivan88

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Posted 12 August 2017 - 03:40 AM

“Venezuela is not very far away, and the people are suffering and they’re dying,” he said. “We have many options for Venezuela, including a possibile military option if necessary.”

There are people dying in Yemen, Iraq & Syria and what has the US regime done?  It bombs the peasants.

That's about all that US politicians and military gurus know to do..... torture, maim and kill people.


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#4 Nemesis

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Posted 12 August 2017 - 11:23 AM

US Has Budgeted $49 Million for Venezuelan Right-Wing Since 2009

The funds have now become a mainstay of the U.S. State Department congressional budget for foreign operations.

By Telesur | 17 May 2017

Since at least 2009 the U.S. Department of State has budgeted at least US$49 million in total to support right-wing opposition forces in Venezuela who are now in their seventh week of violent protests to oust democratically-elected President Nicolas Maduro.

According to the 2010 budget justification, which designated US$6 million that year to Venezuela’s “Economic Support Fund” the budget “will support efforts to preserve and expand democratic space through programs that strengthen and promote civil society, citizen participation, independent media, human rights organizations, and democratic political parties.”

In a more detailed breakdown of the 2011 US$5 million budgeted for Venezuelan economic support, the budget indicates that US$1 million was designated specifically for the support of “political competition and consensus building.”

Throughout its budget justifications for Venezuela, the State Department repeatedly emphasizes its concern over the “increasingly authoritarian tendencies” of the governments of the late President Hugo Chavez, and current President Nicolas Maduro, in spite of regularly scheduled elections that are internationally recognized.

 

The 2009 budget reiterated support and continued funding for the Organization of American States in order to deploy teams of “democracy practitioners” to Venezuela and Bolivia where they say “democracy is threatened by the growing presence of alternate concepts such as ‘participatory democracy’.” The nature of the activities carried out by these teams is unclear in the budgets.

OAS General-Secretary Luis Almagro has led a campaign to ousted Venezuela from the regional organization and on April 26, the body voted to hold a meeting on the situation in the country, which Venezuela called a violation of its sovereignty, leading President Nicolas Maduro to announce the nation’s formal withdrawal from the group.

In its 2011 budget, the State Department wrote, “The United States has a major interest in preserving and strengthening Venezuelan democratic institutions.”

Since the beginning of Venezuela’s Bolivarian Revolution, with the democratic election of former President Hugo Chavez in 1998, the oil-rich nation has been repeatedly attacked as “undemocratic.” President Maduro has reiterated that elections will be held on schedule in 2018, but the opposition has demanded his immediate removal, seeking foreign intervention in its destabilization campaign.

The revolutionary government has significantly eroded the political and economic hegemony the U.S. had over Venezuelan oil, which holds one of the largest petroleum reserves in the world. Prior to the election of Chavez, in spite of its vast resource wealth, Venezuela was plagued by sharp class inequalities.

According to United Nations sources, poverty rates in Venezuela were nearing 60 percent before 1998, and by 2015 were halved to less than 30 percent in spite of an economic crisis triggered by falling oil prices. Under the Bolivarian government, health care has been made widely available through the Barrio Adentro program, and average life expectancy has steadily risen.

The U.S. government is silent on the widespread violence of the right-wing opposition groups that they fund, which in 2014 resulted in 43 deaths, of which the opposition was responsible for more than half.

Currently, violent protests by the right wing calling for Maduro’s ouster continue into their seventh week and have already resulted in at least 50 deaths and many more injuries, exceeding the causualties of the opposition violence in 2014. In spite of the government calling for dialogue and participation in its constituent assembly debates, the opposition has refused to participate and called on supporters to continue protests.

Indicating an awareness that their regime change efforts are not well-received among the mass of the people, the 2008 budget wrote, “Democracy in Latin America, as it has been promoted by the developed countries, is being increasingly defined by populist voices as exploitative and imperialist.”

According to a 2007 U.S. strategic document leaked by former CIA-whistleblower Edward Snowden in 2013, Venezuela was seen as the main adversary of the United States in the Western Hemisphere. The country was listed as one of the top six “enduring targets for the NSA,” along with China, North Korea, Iraq, Iran and Russia.


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#5 Pete_V

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Posted 12 August 2017 - 11:47 AM

Venezuela did seem to take the right precautions against the most aggressive and effective methods of "Color Revolutions". Unknown snipers, very violent-powerful protests, traitors in the military, etc, etc...so that part they seem to have covered.


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#6 shaktiman

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Posted 12 August 2017 - 11:54 AM

“Venezuela is not very far away, and the people are suffering and they’re dying,” he said. “We have many options for Venezuela, including a possibile military option if necessary.”

 

 

 

People are suffering and dying in America from many issues including extreme public corruption and a crooked economic system that preys on innocent folk.

 

Start taking care of home first America.

 

IF YOUR OWN HOUSE IS FILTHY  AND BROKEN DOWN WHY GO TO YOUR NEIGHBOR'S HOUSE AND GIVE THEM THE WHITE GLOVE TEST?

 

Such US Hypocrisy.

 

Good post Pete.

 

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#7 shaktiman

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Posted 12 August 2017 - 11:58 AM

Venezuela did seem to take the right precautions against the most aggressive and effective methods of "Color Revolutions". Unknown snipers, very violent-powerful protests, traitors in the military, etc, etc...so that part they seem to have covered.

 

 

 

Yes, Venezuela and Maduro saw it coming.

 

The US is still clueless as to why.

 

The US intelligence community needs to change its medications just to figure out where they're at..

 

Regards.


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#8 Nemesis

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Posted 12 August 2017 - 12:00 PM

Undercover video shows full shelves in #Venezuela supermarkets

 

11/08/2017

· by SKWAWKBOX · Bookmark the permalink. ·

 

On Thursday the SKWAWKBOX published a first-hand account of the situation in Venezuela that challenges the prevailing portrayal and exposes the ugly reality of much of the opposition ‘protest’ as violent, even murderous and co-ordinated with ‘economic war’ on the socialist government to create the impression of a failed state.

 

A key part of the ‘failed state’ narrative is the claim of nationwide shortages in food and other key goods, as corporate and Establishment news attempts to convince that the socialist project has been a disaster.

 

That shortage-narrative has been raised by objectors to Thursday’s article as proof of the claims of the right-wing opposition.

 

As Thursday’s article showed, what shortages there are appear to have been manufactured by opposition-run monopoly corporations – but even those appear to have been greatly exaggerated.

 

For her Empire Files series, journalist Abby Martin filmed undercover in a series of Venezuelan supermarkets – and found something very different to what those watching BBC and other mainstream news would expect:

 

If seeing is believing, then these simple, everyday scenes that would be familiar to anyone in a developed nation should be enough to cast serious doubt on the perception that the Establishment media seem eager for us to adopt.

 

 

The SKWAWKBOX needs your support. This blog is provided free of charge but depends on the generosity of its readers to be viable. If you can afford to, please click here to arrange a one-off or modest monthly donation via PayPal. Thanks for your solidarity so this blog can keep bringing you information the Establishment would prefer you not to know about.

 

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https://skwawkbox.or...a-supermarkets/


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#9 shaktiman

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Posted 12 August 2017 - 12:01 PM

One more thing Pete.

 

The US is going to have a problem with Maduro.

 

I think he is really pissed off at being disrespected.

 

Maybe the US can get Hillary to be Secretary of State again.

 

venezuela-is-on-edge-after-a-referendum-

 

Gringo Go Home!


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#10 shaktiman

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Posted 12 August 2017 - 12:05 PM

Undercover video shows full shelves in #Venezuela supermarkets

 

 

 

Next thing the US State Department will say is that Maduro ate the food of all the Venezuelan children.

 

At this point in history it is the US that wants everyone's "food" and then they eat our children too,

 

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#11 Pete_V

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Posted 12 August 2017 - 01:17 PM

One more thing Pete.

 

The US is going to have a problem with Maduro.

 

I think he is really pissed off at being disrespected.

 

Maybe the US can get Hillary to be Secretary of State again.

 

venezuela-is-on-edge-after-a-referendum-

 

Gringo Go Home!

 

He did a nice gesture towards Trump a few days ago, said something like "I am offering you my hand"...and a few days latter Trump says this crap.


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#12 wirehaired

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Posted 12 August 2017 - 01:44 PM

President Trump on Friday refused to rule out a U.S. military intervention in Venezuela, where civil strife has turned violent.

 

"I'm not going to rule out a military option," he told reporters at his New Jersey golf club.

 

“Venezuela is not very far away, and the people are suffering and they’re dying,” he said. “We have many options for Venezuela, including a possibile military option if necessary.”

 

Trump declined to say whether American troops would lead a possible military effort in Venezuela, saying: “We don’t talk about it.”

 

“But a military operation, a military option is certainly something that we could pursue,” he said.

 

Rest here: http://thehill.com/h...on-in-venezuela

If that happens I hope he is ready for a lot of body bags coming home and a war that will last a long time the people will resist invaders.


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#13 Pete_V

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Posted 12 August 2017 - 01:55 PM

If that happens I hope he is ready for a lot of body bags coming home and a war that will last a long time the people will resist invaders.

 

But they have this new sneaky and cruel type of warfare. Libya-style operation: aerial bombing + special forces + an army of traitors-mercenaries-scum, of course this would most likely end up in a Nicaragua-style civil war but this ending would be deliberate. "Managed Chaos" like in Syria.

 

Russia and China should have a few ships with powerful air defense system ready for immediate deployment.


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#14 Mario Milano

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Posted 12 August 2017 - 02:32 PM

 

But they have this new sneaky and cruel type of warfare. Libya-style operation: aerial bombing + special forces + an army of traitors-mercenaries-scum, of course this would most likely end up in a Nicaragua-style civil war but this ending would be deliberate. "Managed Chaos" like in Syria.

 

Russia and China should have a few ships with powerful air defense system ready for immediate deployment.

Yeh I am pissed the Russians and the Chinks are just watching the CIA and Trumpenstein get away with this shit in Venezuela.....The fact is that Exxon wants to control Venezuela's oil (wall st, the Kikenvermin)...hence why Tillerson (Exxon) first day on the job started screaming like a vulture about venezuela and "regime" change..

 

If Exxon gets control of Venezuel's oil it has an impact world wide


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Posted 12 August 2017 - 02:41 PM

The Venezuelans have massive oil reserves,in a way that's not a good thing because the economy is dependent on oil,so their enemies can try and destroy the oil price same as they tried with Russia.


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