VT had learned that Mexico has authorized and is building settlements on US land citing that “Mexico will be building on land that serves it strategic interests!
Holy Crapola! Taking Our Land! How Dare They!
Millions of Americans are out raged! And VT is too! “How dare another country build on our land” said John Allen, General Manager of VT.
Wait? What’s that? We got the story wrong!
But Americans are out raged right?
Well, yes, they should be but the actual story is that Israel is building settlements on Palestinian land citing Prime Minister Benjamin Nentanyahu saying “We will carry on building in Jerusalem and in all the places that are on the map of Israel’s strategic interests!”.
What the heck does that mean? Strategic Interests? Who are these people?
Here check out this video….. and pay attention to Ken O’Keefe, a fellow VT Staff Writer
Are Americans still out raged?
Or are you only out raged when convenient?
Check yourself in the mirror and see what you really stand for!
Go for it! Give it a go!
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