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    Default Re: Deteriorating Situation in Venezuela

    Quote Originally Posted by Ludicus View Post
    Trump's atherosclerotic inconsistency never ceases to amaze me. He repeatedly praised Duterte* and Kim Jong-un ** - and easily forgets to praise Maduro. A shameful display.

    * "Rodrigo, the show last night was fantastic. And you were fantastic.”
    ** "I think we understand each other. He speaks, and his people sit up at attention. I want my people to do the same"
    It's Realpolitik, it doesn't have to be consistent.
    Trump is trying to charm Duterte, because he threatened to switch to the chinese camp and DPRK has nuclear weapons, it's too hot to invade.
    Venezuela is an easy victim and Trump can show himself as a "liberator" in good-old fashion. Another war will surely do wonders to his election results.
    Solidarity with the yellow vests,
    Solidarité avec les gilet jaunes


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    Are you seriously defending CUBA here?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aexodus View Post
    Are you seriously defending CUBA here?
    Cuba deserves credit for things they have done well. US deserves criticism for their role in destroying Cuba's economy and harming the lives of their citizens. This was done purely for geopolitical reasons. For anybody who values human life and responsible hegemonic power, the sanctions on Cuba are repugnant. They're not building nukes there, nor are they enslaving the population. If the U.S. was interested in ridding the world of authoritarianism, oligarchy, and violation of human rights, they should've started with destroying the Mexican P.R.I. government in the late 50s.

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