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Posts Tagged ‘Venezuela’

Shouldn’t the US Return to Its Constitution? – LewRockwell

Posted by Martin C. Fox on February 13, 2018

https://www.lewrockwell.com/2018/02/laurence-m-vance/shouldnt-the-united-states-return-to-its-constitution/

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…In a speech at his alma mater—the University of Texas— on February 1, ahead of a five-nation Latin American tour, U.S. Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson declared that many people in Latin America “still live under the oppression of tyranny.” He then singled out the regime in Venezuela:

Tillerson took some questions after his speech. A senior studying government asked a question regarding Venezuela:

So a commonly proposed solution to a lot of the problems in the country is the removal of President Maduro from power. In your opinion, is this removal necessary, and what could the U.S.’s role be in the possible regime change, especially considering the turmoil that could surmount from such a change?

Here is Tillerson’s response:

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Tillerson Talks Possible Venezuela Military Coup, Asks Maduro to Resign – News From Antiwar.com

Posted by Martin C. Fox on February 2, 2018

https://news.antiwar.com/2018/02/01/tillerson-talks-possible-venezuela-military-coup-asks-maduro-to-resign/

Venezuela’s military has historically deep ties to the US, which has led to past coup attempts being pinned on the US. Tillerson, in his comments, may be trying to get out in front of the next attempt by disavowing direct involvement before it even happens.

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THIS Is Socialism

Posted by Martin C. Fox on December 26, 2017

This is the future millennials believe in.

Thank the progressive, presstitute media, progressive government schools and government schooled parents who would let their children out of the house with ideas like this in their heads. The post below indicates reality may eventually sink in for a few.

The fact that this discussion even exists boggles the mind.

https://www.lewrockwell.com/2017/12/no_author/this-is-socialism/

and

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/in-theory/wp/2016/03/24/millennials-like-socialism-until-they-get-jobs/?utm_term=.be62e1549403

…All of the various economic models employed by dictators, thugs, and autocratic rulers worldwide have produced nothing but misery, hardship, and death, yet far too many American Millennials are supportive and even fascinated by them.

Communism, as practiced by the Soviet Union, was ultimately responsible for its demise.

Marxism, as practiced by Cuba, transformed over decades what was once a thriving Caribbean hotspot into an impoverished, decrepit nightmare.

And socialism, as its being practiced in Venezuela, is turning that once-prosperous South American jewel into a failed state. As reported by The New York Times, things have gotten so bad there that food transports cannot move without a military escort. Read the rest of this entry »

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The Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity : Attack Venezuela? Trump Can’t be Serious!

Posted by Martin C. Fox on August 15, 2017

The CIA, again, still.

http://ronpaulinstitute.org/archives/featured-articles/2017/august/14/attack-venezuela-trump-cant-be-serious/

The current unrest in Venezuela is related to the economic shortcomings of that country’s centrally-planned economy. The 20th century has shown us very clearly that state control over an economy leads to mismanagement, mal-investment, massive shortages, and finally economic collapse. That is why those of us who advocate free market economics constantly warn that US government intervention in our own economy is leading us toward a similar financial crisis.


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