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Old 06-16-2017, 05:56 AM #25
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Originally Posted by Sugar Adam Ali View Post
That's totally wrong..

The reason Venezuela is in trouble is because the government took over everything, became "too big to fail" and then did exactly that and failed when government cash cow of oil plummeted .
When everything from medicine, food, water, milk, energy, etc is provided by one centralized government, of course shortages are going to happen when that government goes broke....

The economist had a great article on it
Let's be honest with ourselves. There is not a single reason as towhy Venezuela has failed as a nation state. However, it is freely admitted in Washington that the USA has been at war with Socialism since 1945.

We know the USA ravages its neighbors and treats its own poor citizens like trash. However that is for a different thread.

Right now we are discussing where the victims of this terrible tragedy should be re housed. Maybe we can send them to the moon?

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Corbyn is a radical, he has always been a radical. Just because he speaks softly doesn't mean he isn't a wolf.

This would be the tip of the iceberg for what he wants in the UK.
Corbyn has always been rebel backbencher because the man has principles that he stands by. Are his beliefs and ideas radical? Well, only if you're put of the establishment. What is so crazy about staying out of foreign wars, nationalising railways, providing public sector workers nurses/teachers/firemen a payrise for the first time in a decade?

The system is rigged and Corbyn is attempting to rebalance it. Which is why you have Rupert Murdoch has his mates viciously attacking Corbyn on all fronts.

If you're siding with the Sun/DM and their corrupt party of toffs in all of this, theres not much left to say.

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