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Venezuela the new iraq?
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North America northamerican 
All these US politicians suddenly interested in interfering with venezuelan democracy. Will this be like another iraq war?
2019-01-24 19:05
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Finland trashsports 
No, just Venezuela’s cirizens are tired of dictator Maduro. I hope Russians will also rekt Putin in their country
2019-01-24 19:07
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Finland sadmen)))) 
wtf respect Putin
2019-01-24 19:10
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Finland trashsports 
Putin is dictator. He have no respect in Russia because he destroying this country
2019-01-24 19:12
BuT hE WaS eLeCtEd DeMoCrAtIcAlLy
2019-01-25 23:57
#47
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United States Pyreon 
Elected omegalul Democratically OMEGALUL
2019-01-26 00:40
#102
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Norway analpain1337 
But us and russia both wants to steal the oil? Why defend usa's theft?
2019-01-26 08:23
#103
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Finland trashsports 
Russia don’t want to stelal oil, Putin just want to save his power in Russia because no one support him
2019-01-26 08:49
#114
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Norway analpain1337 
So hes helping a sa president for free?
2019-01-26 09:24
#118
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Finland trashsports 
He have no alies among normal tier 1 counries. So, he is searching them amoung dictatorial countries like Zimbabwe, Venezuela
2019-01-26 09:37
What use is an ally like Venezuela? He wants cheap oil and a place for a military base. China is after the same thing. USA wants cheap oil and no bases for China or Russia. None of them give a shit about the people of Venezuela.
2019-01-26 16:27
#207
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France TheArchitect 
By supporting Venezuela he makes sure that a big market for Russia still works with him. Also Putin like to do the middle finger to Americans by doing the exact opposite of what they want
2019-01-30 00:46
We just want to fight imperialism. USA uses the cause for liberal democracy to attack all its enemies and intervene in their countries. Its a load of self-serving, hypocritical bullshit. If we don't fight overseas. One day we will fight at our borders. Time to fight all USA's regime change and meddling.
2019-01-30 00:59
Fight those imperialistic pigs with imperialism :D God people are stupid.
2019-02-01 18:41
not really. we are fighting to keep a sovereign nation's affairs sovereign. if the USA was not meddling there no one else would be. we are anti-imperialist. if a country does not subscribe to liberal democracy, who is (((America))) to say that the country's government is illegitimate? fuck off imperialists. expected that the pro-western rat can't handle the answers he receives though. :) USA = World rapists. Europe = slave vassal cucks,
2019-02-01 18:52
Careful now Icarus. Pretty much everyone hates your death camps as much as they did hate Stalin's and Hitler's.
2019-02-02 19:01
fake flagger detected
2019-01-26 22:08
#175
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Finland trashsports 
I am from Finland
2019-01-26 22:35
and you get to decide how THEY are living? OKAYYYY!! YOU LIVE IN COMUNISM, I THINK YOU SHOULD KILL YOUR PRESIDENT BECAUSE HE IS DESTROYING YOUR COUNTRY. GO GO GO
2019-01-26 22:38
#177
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Finland trashsports 
Russia isn’t communist country, but Putin wants to be the second Hitler or Stalin
2019-01-26 22:39
yes mr expert, Im pretty sure YOU know what HE wants to be. Go to sleep kid please, dont write anything. Probably still pissing your pants kid but mr expert for everything on csgo forum. Go play with snow in your shit ice country aka mind your own business
2019-01-26 22:41
#181
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Finland trashsports 
Hahaha, thanks for you jokes, mate :D You re brainwashed by RT and other russian propaganda shit channels. Putin is destroying Russia, russian citizens hates him so much. If Europe wants to be in safe they should destroy Putin and his “friends” overwise this old retard might start the War
2019-01-26 22:45
if world wants to be safe we dont need USA playing world police killing so many people in the world DAILY. Think about that a little bit. And yes, whats happening in Venezuela is because they have THE MOST nafta reserves IN THE WORLD at the moment. Think about that too...Thank you can see who is brainwashed by CNN BBC snowwhite
2019-01-26 22:47
#190
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Finland trashsports 
“USA killing so many people”. USA forces are situated in Syria and Afghanistan and they destoying terrorists not civilians. But what about Russia? Russian forces are attacking Eastern Ukraine for five years including residental shelling, they destroying civilians in Syria using chemical weapon with another dictator - Assad. Putin constantly threatens the world with nuclear weapon. Russia is more agressive than USA right now
2019-01-26 22:55
SUREEEEEEEEEEEE.... Afghanistan Philippines Iraq Iran Syria remember when suddenly whole of north Africa suddenly started killing people with USA helping? Algeria, Lybia, Yemen, Morocco, Kuwait...Whats in common with ALL of these countries? Nuclear weapons? Nafta, oil maybe? Hm...makes me wonder... go to sleep kid
2019-01-26 23:00
#194
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Finland trashsports 
All of this countries had a dictatorials regimes during the high oil prices. Dicatorials regimes never live for a long time and always crushing very hard
2019-01-26 23:11
Suuuuureeee...Merkel is also dictator, Trump too, french retard too...why dont they attack them a little bit? Oh wait...its just stupid story for people without brain like you. Try to think A LITTLE bit with your own head, but I doubt it will help you cuz you have no brain
2019-01-26 23:31
#189
United States vaz 
Putin can literally go to hell
2019-01-26 22:54
If I get assasinated by Russian spies then I will say this: I love Finland. Anyway, I hope that liberals, progressives,conservatives or anyone except the far left overthrow Putin. In the next 5 years.
2019-01-25 22:53
#98
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Finland trashsports 
Yes, I hope russians citizens will rekt him as soon as possible
2019-01-26 07:45
#100
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Russia Gresskaret 
<3
2019-01-26 08:01
true
2019-01-26 00:41
+2
2019-01-26 01:35
#105
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Italy InSuu 
Retard. You want a new libia
2019-01-26 08:54
#112
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Finland trashsports 
Are you brainwashed by RT and other propaganda channels
2019-01-26 09:23
#115
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Italy InSuu 
No im just not retarded like you. Just look at how the US destroyed the middle east. Any person with at least 2 brain cells doesnt want us troops entering vanezuela. Life carries on as normal there for the vast majority of people in contrary to what CNN says. Do you really want the US to ruin Venezuela even further than its current state
2019-01-26 09:36
#119
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Finland trashsports 
You are retarded. Livia would be ruined anyway because of low oil prices. Maduro is dictator, no one wants hom to be president in Venezuela
2019-01-26 09:41
#122
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Italy InSuu 
People in Venezuela dissaprove guaido as much as maduro. And if it weren't for the help us gave to ghaddafis enemys there wouldn't be tons of terrorista groups in Libia and living conditions would still be the highest in Africa like when gaddafi ruled
2019-01-26 09:43
How do u everything about Russia, USA, Venezuela??? Ahahahaha nt retArd Xdddd FaK aNd u r FroM winlaNd idioT
2019-01-26 20:37
how about a new japan or post ww2 germany?
2019-01-26 15:19
#170
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Italy InSuu 
??? i dont understand wot ur trying to say?
2019-01-26 22:06
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Turkey tastemycobra 
Yes, they got oil.
2019-01-24 19:09
Did someone say oil, YOINK
2019-01-24 19:10
#116
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Italy InSuu 
Lol
2019-01-26 09:36
#7
Turkey mtdN 
Full agree. America exploits all powerless countries which has got some problems. Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria. Now , aim is Venezuela. They kill innocents for money and when we call them terrorist they say to us "anti-american media, brainwashed etc." LMFAO I support my country's manner which is against USA, with Russia and China
2019-01-24 19:16
Confirmed, brainwashed!
2019-01-26 01:11
You might want to look up the definition of terrorism, 3rd world
2019-01-26 01:13
#104
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Moldova HLTV_Moldova 
someone said 3rd world?
2019-01-26 08:53
idiot
2019-01-26 01:29
#117
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Italy InSuu 
+1
2019-01-26 09:36
+1
2019-01-26 09:58
+1
2019-02-01 18:46
when oil is gone they will do the same with water.
2019-01-26 22:09
#174
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Turkey tastemycobra 
Yeah water is the future oil.
2019-01-26 22:18
my oil now TriHard
2019-01-24 19:11
Nope mine YOINK
2019-01-24 19:17
#17
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India zlonczek 
TriHard Clap
2019-01-25 22:37
Widehard
2019-01-25 22:50
KKona MINE NOW
2019-01-26 22:43
KKomrade Oil for mother russia KKomrade
2019-01-26 23:13
Venezuela is in crisis. Many Venezuelans are leaving their country. In 1 year, almost 1 million Venezuelans arrived to my country. 1 million in just over 1 year is too much.
2019-01-24 20:18
#15
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India zlonczek 
that's how communism works
2019-01-25 22:35
i admire peru deeply. alot of smart people in peru.
2019-01-26 01:38
Peru dotes > br dotes 4Head
2019-01-26 07:48
#91
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Peru AgentLF 
And most of them are from the worst type. Thiefs, killers, lazy people. Thanks socialism
2019-01-26 01:46
The US has succeeded in their goal to destroy Venezuela. Chavez made the country indebted to the USA when the price of oil was high. The US govt policy over the last decade has been to encourage the development of expensive indigenous shale oil as well as have the House of Saud flood the market in order to depress the global price of oil. This led to massive economic trouble for the USA's enemies such as Venezuela, Iran and Russia who are heavily dependent on oil prices. All of whom are under sanctions by the US. Venezuela can't afford to repay it's foreign debts and the US sanctions threaten anyone who holds Venezuelan debt from renegotiating their deals in order to allow Venezuela more time to repay it. Just like how the sanctions against Iran can be used against any business which trades with Iran (For an example, look at the American persecution of companies such as ZTE and Huawei). Now the US is threatening to sanction Venezuelan oil so the last line of income for the Venezuelan economy is being cut and the state collapses. At the same time the USA is also coordinating a coup with the Venezuelan opposition, just like it did in 2002 when it got some army generals to try to execute Pres. Hugo Chavez. The socialist economy was a huge mistake, but the architect for Venezuela's sudden downfall is chiefly the USA. If the USA wanted it could help Venezuela, instead it has consistently worsened conditions in the last few years in order to topple it's enemy. In the 50s, Venezuela was a client state of the USA. Most of it's oil was sold cheaply to the USA and enriched a small elite inside Venezuela. The country was run similar to how Saudi Arabia is today. like an American-run petrol station. Resentment of that system was what led to the election of Chavez. The USA still dreams of stealing the country of Venezuela once more.
2019-01-25 22:19
#57
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Germany de_nostromo 
Aint nobody reading that shit
2019-01-26 01:04
ok fan of china. is this comment your waste of time or did you copied it from fan of china websites?
2019-01-26 01:08
you only prove your own bigotry and ignorance. (((NATO))) slave. USA threatening to sanction Venezuelan oil (which make up 95% if it's exports) in order to aid their puppet: bbc.co.uk/news/world-latin-america-46994.. USA threatening sanctions on anyone who negotiates to help ease Venezuela's debt burden: reuters.com/article/us-venezuela-bonds-u.. sorry slave. any sources you want just ask, slave. what a great country you defend. land of the free! helping to make people starve in Venezuela and children to die in hospitals because their govt can't afford to buy medicine as it makes it's debt repayments. (fuck the USA) US morals = always low, while pretending to be the highest. all lies.
2019-01-26 01:31
ok mr hltv politic.
2019-01-26 01:25
Third world Rice picker calls people slaves :-DDD
2019-01-26 09:00
#113
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France ZywHere 
+1
2019-01-26 09:23
+1
2019-01-26 10:05
#73
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Korea minixeta 
It could make sense if Venezuela was a normal country and didnt build its economy based on oil only. Not even UAE have 90% of their economy based on oil. What Maduro did was incredible dumb and reckless.
2019-01-26 01:21
yes. to deal with the (((USA))) is to deal with the devil. at the time no one thought oil price could ever go down. we can see now it is a fatal mistake. also Chavez wanted to redistribute wealth too fast, he simply emptied the state coffers and gave away all the state's money to the poor which wrecked the economy. a noble, if foolish endeavour. it's like the merchant of venice. USA = Shylock.
2019-01-26 01:40
#92
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Korea minixeta 
never heard so much crap in one reply, congrats. And no, USA being or not responsible for the price drop is not even the point here. Basing your economy entirely in one thing is the most stupid thing a ruler can do. Soon or later it would happen, the price of everything floats, and when it goes down, people who are dependant of that usually gets fucked, it's natural. (@edit unlike the middle east countries, Venezuela has a lot of natural resources, showing how stupid Chavez and Madure were to make those retarded decisions.) Chavez didnt do shit, he stole companies from people, killing its own economy and making the people need the government for money and jobs. Since they got in the power their inflation was never under 20%, a reflection of stupid policies based on short term gains. If you want a healthy economy you need policies that can sustain itself no matter whats happening. The road to hell is paved with good intentions
2019-01-26 01:56
it's not the price of oil that alone that is the problem. it's the refusal to restructure the debt so that Venezuela can pay it back in affordable repayments. and Venezuela has been an oil dominated economy since forever. no one is absolving him of responsibility cuz he is the one who took out loans. but it takes more than one party for a situation like what is occurring rn. it's completely political.
2019-01-26 06:37
#143
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Korea minixeta 
They could afford the payments if they didnt fuck with every company in the country. Why should private banks and investors do that for a dictator who caused all this shitshow and is unable to accept his own mistake? Companies are not charity.
2019-01-26 16:04
because the victims are the normal people you moral retard. not Maduro or some amorphous entity known as "the state". he has to pay back the bonds, so the people don't get medicine. they don't get food. they don't get water. they don't get electricity. they don't get imports. and you think that Goldmann Sach's profits should be the main interest considered? The investors need their hunger bonds repaid!!!!!! Defenders of imperialism are all hypocrites and moral retards. They criticise Maduro for being a dictator while destroying his country. nt Shylock.
2019-01-26 16:14
#146
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Korea minixeta 
So instead of doing some charity for a dictator and help he stay in the power stealing for those people you want to protect, should not they not do that and take down Maduro so someone else can get in the power and do the changes Venezuela needs so the people stop starving? Again: The road to hell is paved of good intentions. Results are more important than intentions. And its their money, their property, its up to them to decide what they gonna do with their own property. Why dont you open your house to some homeless people in your city? Why dont you keep only whats really needed for your survival and donate all the rest? Charity with other peoples money is easy, try doing that with your own.
2019-01-26 16:16
nt Shylock. I don't feel the need to argue any further you have stated your position. Maduro = Bad. Hunger Bonds = Good. Got it chief! Thanks!
2019-01-26 16:20
#148
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Korea minixeta 
Said the guy defending the dictator who caused all the hunger. See ya in hell
2019-01-26 16:21
xaxaxa you said it yourself that Venezuela should go hungry to pay back the bonds. #143 #146 USA = Cancer. Defenders of Imperialism are also cancer. As your own words show. Go hungry for Goldmann Sachs, Venezuela. minixeta stands with you :)))))) What scum USA fans are.
2019-01-26 16:25
#156
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Korea minixeta 
No, I said they should not review the payments to help Maduro stay in the power, because Maduro is the one who caused all this poverty and cant accept that he is killing his own people. The only way to save Venezuelans is by taking down Maduro and his policies. At first I thought you would be a reasonable person, but you're a standard left wing supporter: Dishonest and narcissistic, who tell lies and change the meaning of the arguments, so you could win it. Dont be that person.
2019-01-26 16:32
i am conservative. i am just not an imperialist stooge like you. a running dog. a zou gou. you are dishonest and a coward because by not reviewing the payments you are indirectly advocating starving the Venezuelans. you just hide that fact from yourself and in your words. the man says it all. HE TELLS YOU WHAT IT'S ALL ABOUT. IT'S HIS OWN WORDS. but you still play mental gymnastics, silly games and use meaningless words like "democracy" and "dictator". what a fool you are. youtube.com/watch?v=8Iog4KMza6I youtube.com/watch?v=cOsWcEoKfp4 youtube.com/watch?v=q7oT_wL1C84
2019-01-26 17:38
#159
xeta | 
Korea minixeta 
1 - Venezuela's problem is structural, reviewing the payments would not fix the problem, but delay it. 2 - By reviewing the payments you would only give to this regime more time to steal their citizens, because even tho people's situation could get a bit better, it would still not be enough to take them from the crisis, since venezuela's government are holding its people hostage. 3 - By taking down Maduro they could get a ruler with better mind for economics who would fix the structural problems that Venezuela is facing, finally ending the crisis and making their situation better once and for all. ----------------- Venezuela is in debt because they cant pay the loans they got so they could pay for the government expenses. If you forgive their debt, they will get in the same problem again, because you still didnt fix the issue here, that its their inability to raise enough money to pay for the loans. Maduro's policies made sure companies would go bankrupt, making it's own people lose their jobs and have no money to pay their taxes. The companies, since they went bankrupt, also could not pay more taxes. Thats the issue, and if they dont fix it, people will still be migrating to my country, thats also facing a huge crisis. Watch this, you will understand that their problem is way beyond USA trying to do whatever the fuck you think with their oil (This video is 2 years old, things werent as terrible as it is today): youtube.com/watch?v=0SP2cXoeOxY
2019-01-26 18:48
We go in circles. I don't want to hear your excuses for imperialism and regime change. Everyone is aware of America's false rationales. You are only interested in regime change. That is why you fixate on words like "democracy" and "dictatorship". It is already evident you care nothing of the Venezuelan people. If you were concerned about the Venezuelan people you would not be tacitly approving of how the USA made their lives living hell for the last few years. You are an imperialist stooge who pays lip service to the suffering of the Venezuelan people one second, then justifies it in the next second. When has America had the best interests of others at heart? In Vietnam? Afghanistan? Iraq? Ukraine? Libya? Syria? Did they leave these countries better than when they found it? NO. The attempted coup in 2002 by the (((USA))) against Pres. Hugo Chavez was literally replicated again in Ukraine in 2014. It was almost a carbon copy. Using CIA snipers to fire on civilians. Then blaming the government and using it to oust the regime leaders. The only difference was that the people of Venezuela don't bow down to imperialist pieces of shit like the USA. The soldiers defied their general's orders to murder Hugo Chavez. The USA has been meddling in Venezuela since forever. it has NO INTEREST IN DEMOCRACY. Chavez was elected democratically and THE USA STILL TRIED TO DO A COUP AGAINST HIM. So to claim the USA IS INTERESTED IN DEMOCRACY IS BOGUS. Neither is it controversial to claim that the USA is colluding with Guaidó. it is being discussed in mainstream media op ed pieces. It is also evident to anyone who has a brain and can see what is absolutely blatant. Not you obviously. Anyway I am sure I have explored with you all your reasoning. From your claims of American benevolence to your support of hunger bonds. We have exhausted this topic. Anything new or repackaged that you have to say from here I will not reply. As nothing is going to change. For anyone interested in the CIA coup against the democratically elected President Hugo Chavez, a great documentary to watch is: "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised" aka "Chavez: Inside the Coup" imdb.com/title/tt0363510/
2019-01-26 19:30
#169
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Korea minixeta 
All this crap just to call me imperialist? You definetly dont give a crap about all the people dying, you just hate USA for whatever reason. Fucking egotistic shithead
2019-01-26 21:56
+111
2019-01-26 10:04
if the usa interferes venezuela i hope millions of venezuelans migrate to the usa, so they will have security issues because of their foreign policy. they have to stop, nobody is the guardian of the earth.
2019-01-25 22:15
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Yugoslavia BuddDwyer 
they are not a guardian of the earth they are just exploiting third world countries to enrich their elite
2019-01-25 22:23
yes but their excuses are like "bringing democracy, humanitarian intervention, we need to protect the weak..." and so on, propably a lot of the usa citizens are like "oh our foreign policy is so good, we are protecting weak countries..." i bet most of the usa citizens like their foreign policy aka their humanitarian interventions, democracy delivers
2019-01-25 22:36
Worst part about it is how brainwashed the average american is. Barely any other country in the world has their schoolchildren say something like the Pledge of Allegiance. Everyone is brainwashed with "USA IS NUMBER ONE, ONLY WE HAVE GOOD DEMOCRACY" when it's clear in the data that the US is barely a first world country and has a lot of poverty and lack of social security. But everyone is just praising the choices of the government and army without even giving it a thought to think if they had the right to invade those countries.
2019-01-26 01:12
Barely a first world country haHAA Read a history book
2019-01-26 01:14
Just because there are a lot of rich people there, doesn't mean it's such a great country. It's poverty rate is a lot higher than European countries, homicide rate is sky-high, the economical differences are insanely high compared to the rest of the first world countries. Look in the data first before commenting.
2019-01-26 01:19
Learn what the definition of a first world country is. Holy shit you're on such a high horse writing paragraphs without even the simple knowledge of what you're preaching about. Educate yourself, your jealousy is clouding your judgement
2019-01-26 01:22
"The concept of First World originated during the Cold War and included countries that were generally aligned with NATO and opposed to the Soviet Union during the Cold War. Since the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, the definition has instead largely shifted to any country with little political risk and a well functioning democracy, rule of law, capitalist economy, economic stability and high standard of living." US has an unstable government, democracy that is ran by giant corporations, Rule of Law that is determined by the color of skin and an economy that is built on taking over smaller countries.
2019-01-26 01:27
Ah, you're an SJW, everything is so much clearer now. Have a good one 3rd worlder
2019-01-26 01:29
All your arguments are just attacks on the other user, which just means you know your opinion is invalid but you don't acknowledge it. Also Netherlands isn't 3rd world ;)
2019-01-26 01:31
Sucks to suck, enjoy your dirt hut ;)
2019-01-26 01:32
#137
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Austria SplasJ 
All of your recent Forum Posts Tell me everything i needed to know
2019-01-26 12:00
2019-01-26 13:57
#151
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United Kingdom Crypt1cSV 
+1111111111111111
2019-01-26 16:24
rekt
2019-01-26 10:12
honestly when you say "But everyone is just praising the choices of the government and army without even giving it a thought to think if they had the right to invade those countries" it shows how clueless you are about the average American
2019-01-26 09:46
They wont do anything there... U should read more about Venezuela and forget ur Dumb hate towards USA.
2019-01-26 01:16
#74
xeta | 
Korea minixeta 
+1
2019-01-26 01:22
#13
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Europe hltv007 
more like ukraine
2019-01-25 22:26
When you read about Venezuelan hunger, crime and poverty. When you read about people regularly eating from dustbins, killing cats and dogs to eat, complete lack of medicine, massive murder rate and widespread child malnutrition in the country. Look to America. American banks and investment groups hold most of Venezuela's debt. They suck out most of it's money (from imports and debt repayments) and they are the ones who refuse to allow Venezuela to renegotiate the terms of it's agreements. They are at least 50% to blame for Venezuela's situation. No matter what you hear about the evil's of socialism causing all the problems. it's all an American power play, once again. Guaidó = American puppet.
2019-01-25 22:38
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Venezuela cubek 
+1 and everyone seems to ignore this. Venezuelan here!
2019-01-25 22:40
USA interfere almost every country in this world to keep their nation on top while it lasts.
2019-01-25 22:38
#21
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Brazil bandicoot 
it will be more indirect. they learned their lesson. but yes they will do something
2019-01-25 22:51
it already started... they will finance rebels just like in syria
2019-01-25 23:49
#32
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Venezuela cubek 
I believe so too, but sadly there will be bloodshed (already there is) and you don't know how sad I am about this
2019-01-25 23:59
#94
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Brazil bandicoot 
the worst and best is yet to come. i hope you rebel with no help
2019-01-26 02:42
feels really bad for my northern manitos :((
2019-01-25 22:54
#30
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Venezuela cubek 
I know, right? We love you too, my guys <3 Even though some brazilians have been very xenophobic, but no bad blood, there's always radical people everywhere.
2019-01-25 23:54
<3 good luck there, a lot of brazilains are really xenophobic, but as you said, there's radical people everywhere
2019-01-26 00:51
#56
Brazil nyz 
xenophobic? People in northern brazil were welcoming venezuelans fleeding from maduro's regime and giving you food. Then venezuelan migrants started looting and commiting other crimes in a small city they arrived, what did you expect?
2019-01-26 01:04
#95
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Venezuela cubek 
Well, that's not good. You know that happened in Ecuador recently too like a couple days ago. But this is the thing since people like to generalize if some start to rob or commit crimes doesn't mean we all venezuelans do. Because of those low-life fuckers, hard working people who want to help their family and bring them to a different and better life pay for their atrocities. That's what happened there and in Ecuador and pretty much every big migration in human life. So, yeah I have to acknowledge that this wasn't a unilateral attack either. Sorry abot that.
2019-01-26 04:40
#24
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Venezuela cubek 
Well, we're kinda fucked, I'm just too tired of talking about it. My fellow countrymen are just blinded by the crisis to look at the big picture. There have been several similar situations that show the way USA fight and succesfully destroy (politically and economically) countries that adopt a different political approach. Without going too far: Allende's Chile in the 70s and Castro's Cuba in the 50s and 60s. There's a documentary on Netflix about the chilean stadium slaughter during Pinochet's coup succesful attempt to overthrow Allende. There's even a wikipedia article that talks about CIA's involvement in Allende's government and later coup, here it is: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_inte.. But what's more sad than this crisis is my fellow countrymen that completely ignore it and celebrate when USA government backs up this Guaidó's attempt of bringing more misery to our country. Now, this doesn't mean I support Maduro, it means that Guaidó is not the solution neither USA's interventions that has been proven detrimental to a country's wellbeing and self-determination.
2019-01-25 23:08
#25
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Venezuela cubek 
EDIT: scontent-mia3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/44.. Angelina Jolie visited venezuelan immigrants in Peru. It's a spanglish that translates like this: Fuck, Angelina. Venezuela is very upset, that motherfucker (Maduro) has us starving, help me "chama" (which is something like bae or girl) adopt me please. There are a lot of these memes when she visited us, they are fucking hilarious
2019-01-25 23:35
+1 you are fucked they will keep your country super poor so they can steal your oil
2019-01-25 23:37
#39
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United States PsychoLogical 
This shit has already started unfortunately. Normally I would most absolutely be against something like this but this is an exception due to venezuela suffering for many years now. And even if Guaido isn't a solution, from my POV hes most certainly a hope for your poor country. You can might as well give me your perspective if you disagree, im open to criticism and opinions.
2019-01-26 00:11
he already gave you his detailed opinion. the fact you can't even register it shows you clearly aren't open to criticism or differing opinions at all. lmao. just keep parroting (((Western Media))) and thinking you're not brainwashed when every indication shows the opposite. N P C.
2019-01-26 00:43
#50
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United States PsychoLogical 
Calling me brainwashed is incredibly ironic considering the comments you post. So you really have no right to talk.
2019-01-26 00:46
yes tell the Venezuelan all about what is going on in his country (according to CNN). Mr Not Brainwashed. NPC: "BEEP BEEP BOOP. THIS IS AN EXCEPTION!" so sad to see what (((american media))) does to people.
2019-01-26 00:58
#52
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Venezuela cubek 
Ok, this is the thing about just watching the mainstream media the things that are open to everyone, that everyone are able to watch with no effort at all, they don't always tell you the truth or they tell you a half-truth or just simply hide it completely (if we don't mention it, we are not lying), I believe you guys criticize Fox News a lot for doing that (there's even an entire wikipedia article: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fox_News_controver.. ). Now it's important to not that: I'm not blaming you for any of this. Your country or rather your government has the tendency to intervene in other countries afairs for milennia. We are talking about everytime they have the opportunity to do it they do it and they don't do it to help that country they do it for their personal gain. You see Venezuela has one of the biggest Oil reserves in the world. There's even a movie that talks about something like this that stars Jake Gyllenhaal that talks about how blatant they are on exploiting a country for its resources: imdb.com/title/tt0418763/ This will be every oversimplified but you can check everything out if you want: Now to understand this we'd have to go back 50years in Venezuelan history when Arturo Uslar Pietri (a venezuelan politician and writer) said: "we have to plant oil" Meaning that we should invest in different areas and industries instead of being an oil-dependant state, before we move on you have to understand that in that moment USA had companies here taking Oil from our reserves because Venezuela in that time had an agreement with USA and our oil wasn't nationalized it means that everyone could take oil from us with a cost, it means that we were a milking cow for USA (primarily) and we sold it to them at a very low cost, lower than the market's cost. We never did what Arturo Uslar Pietri, until Chavez came around and nationalized Oil and kicked out transnational companies (USA companies for the most part) and started selling the oil at the market's cost. This was seen as a threat to the US and all its allies, so they started a campaign to overthrow Chavez, there was an almost succesful coup in 2002 where there's proves CIA trained snipers were in the top of the buildings shooting at people, but Chavez was smart and wasn't easy to overthrow and he never got overthrown, there are theories of Chavez being murdered (but there aren't proves about it, so I don't believe that is true, yet). Anyway, you have to understand that my country like any other is full of shit people in government and there's a lot of corruption, when Chavez left, he left behind a very loyal but unprepared succesor and that is our guy, Nicolás Maduro (that is fucking everything up). He is not as smart and strong as Chavez and overthrowing attempts do more damage than ever so when an oil-dependant state see their only resource of trade with such low costs in the market, you know there's going to be a problem and that's when it all started, now since he has no control over people who are too blind to see the bigger picture he supresses people, he uses his special forces to stop protests and revolts. Trade blocks, like serious trade blocks, to the point that we only see Russian and Chinese products instead of the normal ones. Gillette razorblade? More like Yilet. Colgate toothpaste? More like Corgste or Cronetl. Head and Shoulders? More like Hood and Shoulders. Dude I'm not kidding these are actual product names that are being sold here in Venezuela. Since we need a lot and there are trade blocks (imposed by US government) we lack medicine, food and basic self-care products. Now, from your external POV you see that there's no other solution because USA pushed Venezuela to the point that there's no other feasible solution. It's sad we don't see that because we are too blinded by the crisis and you know what's more sad? We can't do anything about it anymore.
2019-01-26 00:52
#54
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United States PsychoLogical 
Ofc Fox News gets criticized alot, its practically the most hated "news" station in USA along with CNN. And its really sad about what venezuelans had to go through, and yes im very aware of what this country has done in Latin America and what Maduro has done. Also our government is corrupt and greedy yes, the only sad part is that the general public doesnt seem to realize it.
2019-01-26 00:58
thx for describing
2019-01-26 10:35
in the same breath you admit your government is autocratic and doesn't give a fuck about human rights and complain about not having an access to the markets resulting in hunger, poor medical care, etc. the us doesn't owe venezuela anything. don't want trade blocks? get rid of the autocratic government. it's pretty simple. people always like to use the sentimental argument: "but what about the poor citizens?". what about them? why should other countries treat citizens under autocratic governments better than their own government? if the citizens support the autocratic rule and don't give a fuck about their fellow citizens being suppressed and abused, they are no better than the ruler and they don't deserve accommodation from other countries. if they don't support the leader they should revolt. bloodshed is imminent either way. it is easy to do a body count and claim that a civil war is the greater evil, however people starving to death or being abused under a dictator is just as bad. less may die but the suffering will be prolonged, corruption will spread and the nation twisted.
2019-01-26 16:10
the mental gymnastics of an imperialist stooge. "if they don't want democracy they deserve to die!!!!!!!!!!" imperialist countries breed the virus of the imperialist mentality. socialised psychopathy. he does not see anything wrong with what he has written! he BELIEVES he is morally superior. even after he has made such statements. the imperialist mentality imbues it's adherents with a religious-like fervour and a logical obtusity. destroy imperialism = destroy the (((USA))).
2019-01-26 18:25
who are the "they" in your second sentence? if the entire population bar none supports a different political system and are willing to give away some of their basic rights to empower that system, sure, go for it. that being said, these citizens shouldn't expect or demand to be treated according to a value system that isn't their own once their utopia starts falling apart. neither are they entitled to a new home once they set the old one of fire. it doesn't mean it cannot or shouldn't be provided, but it certainty isn't the duty of any 3rd party to be the one providing. how often is it the case though, that the entire population of an autocratic country stand by their leader willingly? even in theory this suggestion is laughable for being overly idealistic. an opposition always exists, no matter what the political system is. the question is how you treat that opposition. if the treatment includes things such as censorship, constant surveillance, confiscation of private property, abductions, interrogations, unjust imprisonments and finally death then i believe the line has been crossed. surely, as a fan of china, those measures must ring a bell. in reality there are two "they"s: the oppressed and the oppressors. well, to be more precise three theys. the oppressors are relatively a small group at the top of the pyramid, a much larger group is the enablers who are fine with the measures mentioned above as long as they are left alone. "tell a joke about our supreme leader? no no, it wasn't me! don't hurt me, hurt that guy over there! he's not truthful enough in his worship of our god and savior". if a peaceful ousting of the autocratic rule is possible, all the merrier. i have nothing against that. however, if it isn't, the least i would be concerned about is the lives of the oppressors or the enablers. the enablers don't mind forfeiting the lives of the oppressed so long as their own lives are intact. why should people who try to bring about change concern themselves with the lives of people who wouldn't bat an eye if their own lives were taken? that's not to say these people should be specifically targeted and murdered for being indifferent, cowardly or even admirers of the previous government. they are simply irrelevant and if they do want to be relevant they need to take a stand. nowhere in my original comment had i mentioned that a 3rd party should get involved in that process. people should realize that if a 3rd party gets involved, 99% of the time it will be due to the 3rd party trying to benefit in some way. at times this is worth the involvement, at others it isn't. there will always be a price. lastly, i don't believe im morally superior to the average joe. nevertheless, you are nowhere near the average joe on a moral scale, aren't you?
2019-01-26 19:42
there is no danger of you being more morally superior than the average joe. my psychopathic friend. "embrace democracy OR DIE!" yikes. what an absurdity.
2019-01-26 19:49
someone at the bottom of the moral scale such as yourself shouldn't be concerned with my morality. it is quite irrelevant if mine is on par with the average joe or above it. keep misrepresenting my arguments as much as you want. you know as well as i do that you neither have the intellectual capacity nor the ethics to refute any of my points. "embrace democracy OR DIE!" is about as absurd as your suggestion that statement had anything to do with any of my comments in this thread. it's okay though, to expect you to challenge any of the points would be extremely naive by me. that being said, using those points to force you into putting your intellectual integrity on display is definitely worth the trouble. perhaps you are the naive one after all.
2019-01-26 20:05
like i said... mental and logical gymnastics. if the sanctions you support lead to the situation in Venezuela (which results in deaths, poverty and violence). then ofc you support death. the death of "lesser, undemocratic peoples". people you have parsed and decided deserving of liquidation. no misrepresentation my friend, although i can understand why you would not like it to be portrayed that way. because what you are saying is ridiculous, juvenile and morally bankrupt. without knowledge, without awareness, one cannot have free will. without free will, one cannot be moral. in that sense i will always be more moral than those whom even god cannot pity.
2019-01-26 20:19
you can repeat buzz words devoid of any meaning all you want. obtuse logic, mental gymnastics, moral superiority, imperialism. you aren't impressing anyone and certainty not me. as i've mentioned earlier there are no "them" no matter how hard you try to pretend there are. keep doing that though, it strengthens the point i made towards the end of my previous comment. no misrepresentation? okay. pinpoint me exactly to the part where i said people who do not embrace democracy should or deserve to die. i want an exact quote which isn't out of context. can't do that, can you? lying it seems, isn't something you are very good at either. i had not addressed the sanctions in any of my previous comments but if you wanted me to all you had to do was ask. the sanctions are a consequence not the pretext. while you, with your anti american hard on, will claim with certainty that it is all an american conspiracy to steal the oil, i would be cautious to jump to conclusions without being able to know for certain. if i were to be 100% certain that all members of the opposition who have been suppressed since maduro's inauguration were american spies trying to destabilize the country, all the referendums were faked, all mass demonstration participated by millions of people were done by paid actors and the negative reaction by countries around the world were a coordinated attack orchestrated by usa to discredit maduro, then i'd probably agree that the sanctions are in no way justified. that would probably take a divine revelation or being on some hard drugs. being you would also work. does that necessarily mean i approve of the sanctions? not exactly. i'm merely pointing out that some kind of reaction is justified. in my opinion, the main actor should be venezuelans themselves. a 3rd party would always come with a price. best case scenario would be a peaceful toppling of the government supported by the army. worst case scenario a civil war. sanctions are probably one of the least evasive ways a 3rd party can show dissatisfaction besides condemnation, but unfortunately they cause collateral damage. that being said, any 3rd party involvement would cause collateral damage one way or another, if not physical then political. it is also important to note a country isn't obliged to trade with other countries if it so chooses. if maduro is a true patriot who doesn't like seeing his people starve, he could easily accept the demands by usa and the sanction would stop. why didn't he do that? oh, because usa wants to subvert his country and steal all its oil and he's the hero fighting for his nation letting a few heroic martyrs starve to death to defend the righteous cause of socialism and sovereignty of his state, right? sacrificing a few plebs is surely a small price to pay for a just cause. what about you, what do you think? what is the appropriate response by a 3rd party to maduro's oppression of the opposition and subversion of democracy? what is the appropriate response by the opposition and the public which considers maduro to be a dictator? im asking making a rather bold and unwise assumption that "the opposition is a lie made up by america to steal oil, all the citizens adore maduro and his policies" isn't the only thing you are capable to think of.
2019-01-26 23:10
the whole of #145 is just a load of imperialist jerkoff. you never explicitly say what i have claimed you said. you are smart enough to use euphemisms. anyone with a brain can extrapolate what you have said against what that would mean in reality. especially how i have broken it down for you in #165. you can act all considered now, but what you have spewed in #145 about how Venezuelans should overthrow their government because of pressure by imperialist powers who hold their debt... says it all. p.s i did not deny there was an opposition. i said the opposition was backed and organised with the help of the USA. and that the USA were just as responsible as the socialist govt for creating the situation in Venezuela. i don't wanna merry go round with you anymore. thanks!
2019-01-26 23:19
oh so it's not what i said but what i meant to say. how adorable. sadly you are neither smart enough understand half the things i said nor to counter any argument that refute your talking points (did you like that one? since you adore buzz words so much, i thought putting one in would make you happy). you haven't broken down anything in #165 aside from mentioning sanctions (which i didn't even talk about prior to my previous comment which was a reply to #165), ignoring all my arguments and pretending calling them juvenile and immoral somehow substitutes a counter argument and finally declaring moral superiority based on being more moral than those whom even god cannot pity (so you are more moral than say, nazis? very impressive!). i stand by what i said in #145 and i went through the trouble of explaining every facet of it. as i've predicted you weren't able to address any of the ideas presented, nor were you willing to present your own ideas when challenged to do so in my previous comment. for someone who often complains about MSM i find it amusing you employ a very similar tactic. unfortunately for you, in this case it's not a monologue and your inadequacy is there for all to see. from the point you decided to elude the arguments which was post #162 and onward, your presence in the argument was no longer needed. you've already conceded it. from that point on it was only a matter of how much more you'd be able to discredit yourself by dodging, lying and repeating the same catch phrases over and over. needless to say, #165 and #195 didn't disappoint. i was hoping you'd dig yourself a deeper hole by attempting to address #192 but sadly you realized that would be unwise and ignored it altogether.
2019-01-27 00:00
"you haven't broken down anything in #165 aside from mentioning sanctions (which i didn't even talk about prior to my previous comment which was a reply to #165)" trade block = sanctions. now ctrl + f, and read #145. oh look you mentioned trade block. amazing how you much shit you write to try to sound smart when you don't even know what is being discussed. i understand now that most of what you write is based on ignorance. you have no comprehension of what i am talking about and just as little knowledge of what you are even talking about even though you are absolutely certain of it. anyway i should not have indulged myself in this pointless talk. keep on your thinking you're correct!
2019-01-27 00:25
didn't you say you were done? apparently other's arguments are not the only thing you don't give a fuck about. your own words are just as meaningless. tell you what, address all the arguments i've made previously, since this lousy post cannot possibly be it, including the part where i asked you what you believe to be the appropriate response by both the opposition and 3rd party countries to the situation at hand, and i just might read and properly reply to #200.
2019-01-27 00:32
Ok bolivariano, u are a scum and Shame for your people
2019-01-26 01:18
#83
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Venezuela cubek 
We venezuelans are all Bolivarianos and we are proud to be (even though he wasn't perfect at all) he freed more than 5 countries but I guess what you're trying to say is that I'm Chavist, and no I'm not, I don't support neither Maduro nor its people, I do believe he should be replaced but not in the way we're trying to do it, I just see the facts and don't let myself get blinded by other people's opinion and always try and seek the true, since the media here in Venezuela is very biased (to either side). See, the problem is that we all think everything is black and white, everyone is pure evil or pure good, and that isn't true at all. So good wishes for you too, my guy <3
2019-01-26 01:33
#27
cadiaN | 
Belarus MIZ1AN 
I remember video , where Venezuellas humans alive dissected man
2019-01-25 23:38
#28
cadiaN | 
Belarus MIZ1AN 
Country animals
2019-01-25 23:39
#34
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Venezuela cubek 
Very kind of you, thank you very much. We love you too <3
2019-01-26 00:06
#36
cadiaN | 
Belarus MIZ1AN 
so say me , why you killing peoples?
2019-01-26 00:07
#37
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Venezuela cubek 
Who's killing people? What are you talking about exactly? Humans kill humans, that's not exclusive to Venezuela.
2019-01-26 00:09
#38
cadiaN | 
Belarus MIZ1AN 
These people can afford to shoot on mobile phones as they kill people. And with this being unpunished
2019-01-26 00:10
#42
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Venezuela cubek 
This is one of the most dangerous things humanity does; Generalize. Gangsters, delinquents whatever you wanna call them are everywhere (in the world). Those are delinquents killing someone, they have money to get phones because they robbed it or bought it from the things they have robbed and sold. This doesn't mean all venezuelans dismember people and brutally murder someone or murder at all. Do you really think delinquents in your country don't do that? Like I said Humans kill humans, it's a human thing (sadly)
2019-01-26 00:15
#43
cadiaN | 
Belarus MIZ1AN 
2019-01-26 00:18
#44
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Venezuela cubek 
What's your point? It's dangerous indeed but that doesn't mean there's no delinquency in other parts of the world. If you can't understand this I'm just wasting my time.
2019-01-26 00:20
#41
cadiaN | 
Belarus MIZ1AN 
In my country, this is not.
2019-01-26 00:12
#61
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Bulgaria omaiguudness 
In country you London teach no yes??
2019-01-26 01:09
#90
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Venezuela cubek 
i aren't think that
2019-01-26 01:41
#33
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Dominican Republic SantoDomingo 
Maduro has to be replaced
2019-01-26 00:04
#35
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Venezuela cubek 
He does indeed, but not this way.
2019-01-26 00:07
#40
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Dominican Republic SantoDomingo 
There is no other way the guy is dictator.
2019-01-26 00:11
youtube.com/watch?v=ZK7waydIzZQ 0:28 go home gohome JAJAJAJAJJA qué genio 0:37 all clap kkk xaxaxaxaxa
2019-01-26 00:23
never forget the great El Commandante when he spoke at the UN and denounced the Evil Empire USA after it had destroyed Afghanistan and Iraq, caused the deaths of hundreds of thousands and set back their countries by decades. he called George W Bush "the devil", "an imperialist", "an assassin" and denounced the US' war on terror and it's criminal attempts to change the regimes of other nations. and the nations of the UN General Assembly applauded him for saying what they were too cowardly to say. one of the few men brave enough to speak truth to power. sad to see a great, proud and freedom-loving nation become another victim of predatory American policies. youtube.com/watch?v=amTzRDmWXr4 hope you can find your way out of this mess.
2019-01-26 00:34
This all started because Iran took over Kuwait forcefully, don't act like the USA just said "gib oil now". When a helpess country like Kuwait, who stands no match to Iran gets overthrown, and they ASK for help what is the US supposed to do?
2019-01-26 20:18
stopped reading in "democracy"
2019-01-26 00:59
Ready for it.
2019-01-26 01:05
#59
Brazil nyz 
And they'll become refugees in my city which is already full of human trash, gg. I hope Bolsonaro is watching this carefully.
2019-01-26 01:06
Another 'peaceful mission' of US army :D
2019-01-26 01:10
#64
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United States dabauss514 
First, the US said they support someone else as the actual president, and two, venezuela is a socialist shithole.
2019-01-26 01:12
#89
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Venezuela cubek 
+1 Nobel Prize for them like they gave it to Obama
2019-01-26 01:41
No Nobel for US cuz they are not 100% black :/
2019-01-26 16:30
I'm not denying that it's a shithole but it's really strange that US is always interested only in shitholes with petroleum hmmm...
2019-01-26 16:29
Because oil. U know
2019-01-26 22:16
#107
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Italy InSuu 
+1
2019-01-26 08:56
#66
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El Salvador pink_dildo 
ukraine v2
2019-01-26 01:13
Maduro done. next putin.
2019-01-26 01:14
#108
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Italy InSuu 
Brain done Next life
2019-01-26 08:57
I don´t think that USA needs to invade Venezuela. Other south american countries will do that.
2019-01-26 01:35
nt. not us. but brazil wants to help.
2019-01-26 01:39
I saw a video in which a few Venezuelans killed a fuckin cow with spears and stones like true cavemen to eat it, And another one in which a few motorised Venezuelans performed actions like Mad Max to steal food from moving truck.
2019-01-26 01:54
everythings fine the people dont need help
2019-01-26 09:41
No Muslims in Venezuela so it wouldn't turn into such a disaster if the US invaded and overthrew Maduro, also the neighboring countries would pitch in to help. Venezuelans would also welcome it.
2019-01-26 08:10
#106
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Italy InSuu 
Us should stop interfering in the shit which doesnt apply to them. Also Gauido is as unpopular as maduro. If the US sends troops everyday life will be altered and thousands killed. #YankeesNoPatriaSi
2019-01-26 08:56
#110
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Germany hmmhmmhmmm 
i agree
2019-01-26 09:09
"everyday life with be altered" implying their everyday life of starving and being poor is great, lmao
2019-01-26 09:43
#125
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Italy InSuu 
Your right it isnt great but this would create a civil war which would be much worse than the tiny percentage of people dying of hunger
2019-01-26 09:47
and I wasn't implying the US needs to interfere but they can help along with the UN. this situation in Venezuela is the exact thing the UN was created for I feel like
2019-01-26 09:48
#128
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Italy InSuu 
I think that would probably still involve military action
2019-01-26 09:57
#136
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Brazil adre221 
''''''''''''TINY''''''''''''''''''
2019-01-26 11:20
#138
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Italy InSuu 
yes
2019-01-26 12:01
#140
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Brazil adre221 
KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK
2019-01-26 14:48
#111
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Argentina roulettesoad 
Venezuela is under a dictatorship, millions of venezuelan people are leaving the country to Colombia, Peru, Chile, Argentina because they can't stand the misery there anymore I've met a lot of venezuelan here and they are good people, they didn't deserve the bad life they were having in their country I don't support at 100% a USA military intervention, but seems to be the only way to stop this thing, in that case only south american countries (most of them doesn't support maduro) should try a military intervention, no USA, no Russia, no China.
2019-01-26 09:23
if anyone should be helping it's the UN. wasn't it created for exact situations like Venezuela lol
2019-01-26 09:44
#127
allu | 
Sweden Dguyg 
The US does not care about the venezuelan people, they are there for economic reasons!
2019-01-26 09:53
#129
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Italy InSuu 
+1
2019-01-26 09:58
#185
United States vaz 
As a Venezuelan myself I can tell you... we used to have a decent life before... Russia, China are just raping our country... enough!
2019-01-26 22:47
#131
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Belgium azertyuio 
Good idea. I suggest to start by 5.000 democraties per minute
2019-01-26 10:02
USA could help Venezuela without firing one bullet by lifting sanctions or simply by not threatening creditors if they try to offer more lenient terms. INSTEAD they force Venezuela into paying most of it's revenue into bond repayments to Western creditors. China and Russia have extended new credit loans and forgiven some Venezuelan debt in order to keep their country afloat, but America just endlessly tighten screws and demand it's pound of flesh. Maduro has to pay back his debt because the security on Venezuelan bonds include a subsidiary company which refines petroleum called CitGo, which is based in America. If Venezuela defaults on these debts that they can't afford to pay, then America will seize Venezuelan interests in order to repay the creditors. Including CitGo, tankers, oil cargo and assets. American creditors are in courts already trying to seize Venezuelan assets in order to force them to sell off the last remaining functional parts of the Venezuelan economy. Maduro is forced to pay America and the West it's money, instead of buy medicine and essential goods for his country. The crisis was engineered by (((USA))) and the CIA. They give ZERO fucks about the Venezuelan people, they have intentionally made life UNLIVABLE for the Venezuelan people to force them to overthrow Maduro. All they want is control of the oil again, by installing a new puppet. Guaidó. USA = WORLD RAPISTS. If you have the time and inclination, listen to this great man's speech. Much better than anything Barry Obunga, the celebrated speech-maker ever came out with. He describes the enemy Venezuela and the world faces with the most eloquence. When it ends the UN General Assembly give him an ovation. youtube.com/watch?v=kdZbddxXohU
2019-01-26 15:58
#182
United States vaz 
You live in a communist country, get out of here... as a Venezuelan myself I can tell you: communism sucks
2019-01-26 22:45
i live in the UK.
2019-01-26 22:51
#187
United States vaz 
China is just eating and raping our oil in exchange of garbage tech, enough!
2019-01-26 22:48
lul we gave you credit to stop you from defaulting on debt you already had. you're welcome.
2019-01-26 22:52
#149
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Portugal DOUTROMUNDO 
The current state of venezuela is a dicatorship and not a democracy.
2019-01-26 16:21
#183
United States vaz 
Has it ^
2019-01-26 22:46
The current (real) president was elected in a UN observed fair election. The fake president didn't even run.
2019-01-29 19:01
The current (real) president was elected in a UN observed fair election. The fake president didn't even run. Appointing him is definitely democratic. Good job!
2019-01-29 19:01
#206
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Portugal DOUTROMUNDO 
Being elected in a democratic way does not mean he is not a dictator, he is a dictator, and he is ruining Venezuela day by day, thats the truth. Also ive heard that "the democratic way" he was elected its pretty doubtful ( possible fraud in the elections.) Wouldnt be surprised if thats the truth to be honest.
2019-01-30 00:44
You've "heard" it? It was a UN observed election. Maybe some people with something to gain from claiming it's rigged have claimed its rigged, but there is no evidence it was fraudulent, and a lot of evidence it was fair.
2019-01-30 21:46
#211
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Portugal DOUTROMUNDO 
Answer me something then, Maduro is a democratic president? Or a dictator who was elected in a democratic way? Because right now, he is being a true dictator. Not to mention that he is ruining Venezuela day by day non stop.
2019-01-30 21:47
The current (real) president was elected in a UN observed fair election. The fake president didn't even run. Appointing him is definitely democratic. Good job!
2019-01-29 19:01
h
2019-01-29 19:01
#153
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Brazil spaark1 
"venezuela dmeocracy" ?! just stop, please
2019-01-26 16:28
#163
FalleN | 
Brazil Feio91 
yes, of course. people overthere are dying because there is no food. yes, you right,
2019-01-26 19:49
What really ticks me ticks me off about us is that they feel they are entitled to stick their head in everyones shit and act like they are in charge , and if they are told to fuck off they start a war or some shit behind the scenes in the name of freedom or democracy or some balatant shit like that , greatest country in the world my ass, a bunch of european colonists found new land ,commit some of the worst atrocities in history, take it from the natives , a country built on slavery and genocide , so i dont get what they fucking want in venezuela, they keep spending bilions and bilions of dollars on military shit , and whats even worse they cant hold their own in the wars they start
2019-01-26 20:35
#180
United States vaz 
People who has never lived in #Venezuela trying to explain to #Venezuelans what is going on in our country. That’s the meaning of #venezuelansplaining. Let me tell you: communism sucks and WE Venezuelans had enough. News flash: We are not a bunch of savages. We know what is happening in our country so well that we can get a PhD. We don’t need you explain it to us or give us your advice. We want to be free, no food, no electricity, no decent internet, no money, no reason to study, go to work... my family is surviving in the hell called Venezuela. PS: check your privilege ;)
2019-01-26 22:44
dayumn looks like are going even more south. it is becoming internationalised. syria/ukraine 2 soon. bbc.co.uk/news/world-latin-america-47014..
2019-01-26 22:57
VENEZUELA HAVE OIL??
2019-01-26 23:13
time to bring (((democracy)))
2019-02-01 18:46
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