Discussion in 'Politics' started by Jimbee68, Sep 26, 2020.
Want to get rich, run for office no degree needed.
That patch spotted on the side of his head. Appears to be his human mask parting from his reptoid skull!!
I am lol!!
Anyone who wants to be dictator for life should learn to spell first.
You cant always get what you want.
Well, I'm wondering, just how many Americans think that things are working out OK in Venezeuela and Cuba ?
Faulty judgement applied to inconsequental matters can be painless.
You asked a good question if we are comparing capitalism with socialist economies. At the same time your question is unfair because it is not an apple to apple comparison. Venezuela was very rich and successful when Chavez was alive. They had good income from oil sales. Cuba on the other hand is isolationist sort of like North Korea. These little countries, like many others, rely on just one or two exports - like oil -for source of foreign funds. America has much more to export. Additionally, America has been screwing with these little countries for decades, even made attempts to invade them. America has destabilizing methods and tricks to use on these little countries to make their government fall, and their economy crumble, so American corporations could step in and rake in the cash. Guatemala was taken over by the United Fruit Company just that way. American oil companies were pissing all over themselves on the way to Iraq after the first (1991) and second (2003) wars. GW BUSH is on record saying Afghanistan has rare earth minerals. Why would an American president say that during an invasion? The issue with Afghanistan was about them (The Taliban) turning Osama Bin Laden over. They refused to do so with documentation/evidence, which Bush refused to share with them. Afghanistan itself as a country never did anything to America. They just had Bin Laden, who had been sent there and funded by the Reagan Administration to fight Russians. So, if we talk about other countries, we should take a minute or two to examine American behavior.
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