WildCat wrote: ↑
Thu Jan 24, 2019 2:31 pm
Astroturf? Looks like this has been building organically for quite some time now, over a decade in fact. I don't see any evidence of it being instigated by the CIA.
Riddle me this then:
Where were these 'mass protests' if this has been brewing for a while?
Again, where is the army?
If Maduro is some 'ruthless dictator' wouldn't they be putting this shit down?
Yea, there is tear gas, and water cannons...nothing that hasn't happened in the USA when things get a little 'out of hand,' right?
Okay. Maybe I jumped the gun, maybe not...I suppose we'll see.
Meanwhile: EU calls for Venezuela elections as Russia, China back Maduro
Sure, just one more election...
Reminds me of a Tom Lerher song:
And till they've seen the light,
They've got to be protected,
All their rights respected,
Till somebody we like can be elected.
The EU called for elections in Venezuela as Russia, China and Turkey condemned the decision by the US and several Latin American nations to recognise opposition leader Juan Guaidó as interim president.
Saying the Venezuelan people’s calls for democracy “cannot be ignored”, the EU backed the national assembly headed by Mr Guaidó as the “elected institution whose powers need to be restored and respected”.
But Brussels held back from explicitly backing Mr Guaidó as Venezuela’s leader in place of Nicolás Maduro, reflecting many European countries’ reluctance to align themselves fully with what they see as hawkish action by President Donald Trump’s administration.
Hrm, they seem to think we had something to do with it,
but have no stomach to 'get their hands dirty'...I wonder why?
Russia, Turkey, China denounce US interference in Venezuela
Turkey, Russia, and China came to the aid of Venezuela's leader on Thursday after the United States declared Nicolas Maduro was no longer its president.
The pledges of support came after opposition leader Juan Guaido declared himself interim president of Venezuela in an address to tens of thousands of people on the streets of the capital, Caracas.
"We are with you," Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan told Maduro in a telephone call, according to his spokesman Ibrahim Kalin. "My brother Maduro. Stay strong, we are by your side."
Erdogan said the democratic process must be respected.
Turkey's president talking about respecting the 'democratic process.'
Talk about the pot calling the kettle brown...
The take away, they seem to think we had something to do with this too....
Then Skank Of America could start in...