Venezuelans Vote, Duff on Press TV

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  1. Didn`t we see the something close to this in Iran in the 1950`s when Mossadegh rebelled against the oil interests of the US? Globalists want control of Venezuela`s vast oil reserves and globalist sock puppets in DC are helping them.

  2. Well done, Mr. Duff. However, were/are Chavez & Maduro paradoxical puppets of the Bush/NeoCons? Chavez & Maduro have done relatively well for the Venezuelan people; but did they do well enough (given Venezuelan resources)?

    Political associates have visited Venezuela (e.g., Michael Ruppert); but they did not find that Chavez & Co. had done anywhere near enough with & for the Venezuelan people — given Venezuelan resources.

    High-level LaRouche boys & girls (friends) say that they have pics of Chavez at a Daddy Bush birthday party. True? Don’t know. I haven’t seen the pics. However, they rarely exaggerated to me — in private.

    “I want to believe” — Mulder on X-Files. However, were/are Chavez & Maduro really the good guys?

    P.S. Under Daddy Bush’s ‘Boy George,’ U.S. mil/intel attempted a coup against Chavez in +/-2006. No success. Did Bush & Co. attempt this unsuccessful coup in order to increase Chavez’ popularity?

    • Precisely the problem with meddling. It muddies the water and most people do not know who is doing what. It could be imagined, the very purpose or agenda of the meddling. Venezuela was on the list with Libya, Iraq, and others. Determining, good from bad, should not be the American position. Leaving sovereign countries alone, so they can figure it out would be a policy change and exception to the rule.
      It is safe to assume, the US and the Southern Command, had a hand in what we see today in regards to the economic situation. John Kelly’s old command. One has to be skeptical when we have so few friends in our own hemisphere, and so much capability to form strong, long lasting alliances with a country that could provide western hemispheric oil independence. After over 200 years, the political product of the US is Trump. We have zero place to judge.

  3. Withholding toilet paper and diapers to stir up the populace against their own gov’t is perhaps a trick that is a bit tired. An even worse idea is threatening the poor with being poor. We can’t use the word blunder anymore because the American foreign policy has become systemic. It’s like a bunch of dopey goons waltzing around on a busy street picking fights with men who have women on their arms. America has shaved it’s own ass and is walking backwards led by the Rump.

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