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The US Government Is Responsible For The Problems In Venezuela by JoelSavage(m): 8:34pm On Apr 13, 2019
Even though people believe that money is everything, in my opinion, it would have been a waste of precious life, to be a millionaire in Africa, with a moronic mind.

In Europe, I am not rich, yet I feel like a millionaire because of what I have discovered and learned about the roles the United States government and the Western imperialists, play in destroying countries worldwide, including African countries.

America is a democratic country, and therefore, persuading every country if possible to follow democracy but what many don't know is the US government has destroyed many democratic countries more than what they have built.

Those who wouldn't like to follow democracy suddenly become enemies to America, yet they prefer to remain, enemies than to give in to the demands of the US government. At the same time, America is capable of destroying any democratic country if they don't like the president in that country.

Venezuela is so rich in natural resources that it could meet global oil demand alone for over 30 years, more importantly, it has much more oil to offer, in its Orinoco basin and in other areas of the country. But like oil-rich Libya and Iraq, why is Venezuela now in ruins with citizens demanding president Maduro to step down?

Political analysts truly believe that capitalism is responsible for everything, including the creation of a culture of violence, leading to unrest and political chaos.

Actually, it is based mainly on expansion and aggression built on a deeply rooted desire to control and dictate because of financial or monetary greed.

The US government continuous beliefs in superiority and counts on its prowess are causing unrest and political violence in many parts of the world. I am very glad that I witnessed The Day Somalia Taught America How To Respect Africa: https:///2GcxLsY

What makes the events which took place in Libya, Syria, and Iraq, similar to what is taking place in Venezuela? Why did the West join forces with the US government to brutally attack and destroy the first three countries?

All three countries were at the forefront in promoting and fighting with determination for concepts such as pan-Africanism, pan-Arabism, and Great Fatherland independence and essentially Latin American unity.

Gaddafi, Al-Assad and Chavez have been recognized as anti-imperialist fighters on a regional and international level, inspiring and giving hope to hundreds of millions of people.

Gaddafi was assassinated, Chavez was probably killed, and Al-Assad and his nation were, literally and for many long years, fighting for their survival.

The current Venezuelan president Maduro, who is very faithful to Bolivarian revolutionary ideas have already survived at least one assassination attempt and is now faced with direct mafia-style threats from the West.

Many ugly scenes are appearing in Africa, the Middle East, and Latin America because for a very long time they are considered a threat to the West and the US government because of its oil wealth and natural resources.

The US government and the Western imperialists hold Africa with an iron fist. Imagine, how can one specific continent suffer slavery, colonial brutality, Apartheid, Aids and Ebola? And those who think they have control of the world according to a divine plan, do not want things to change, ever.

Europe and North America are obsessed with controlling others, and to be able to control, they feel they must ensure that they exterminate all opposition in their colonies and neo-colonies.

Read more: https://secretsofaidsandebola..com/2019/04/maduro-of-venezuela-is-not-evil.html

Photo: President Nicolas Maduro of Venezuela


Re: The US Government Is Responsible For The Problems In Venezuela by Himmler: 8:48pm On Apr 13, 2019
Rubbish post
Re: The US Government Is Responsible For The Problems In Venezuela by OyinbowithaTan(m): 9:40pm On Apr 13, 2019
Chavez/Maduro did it to their own people and stole billions while doing it. They reneged on contracts with American/Euro oil companies that invested billions in tech and oil extraction in Venezuela, then they stole all of the assets of these companies. Those 2 clowns has literally stolen all of the private industries in the country.

Irag, first time was fine. They were invading Kuwait to steal their oil and USA bombed the chit out of them. 2nd time bad.
Syria, Assad did that himself. He started killing and bombing his own people. USA had nothing to do with it.
Libya, much more of a Euro operation, USA participated. Gaddafi was a greedy bastard. He publicly threatened EU with mass illegal immigration if the EU did not give him 5 billion.

USA is the largest producer of oil and gas, just passed Russia. They don't need crape crude quality Venezuelan oil.
Re: The US Government Is Responsible For The Problems In Venezuela by JoelSavage(m): 9:16pm On Apr 14, 2019
Many Africans know only politics about Africa and have no knowledge about the roles American government plays in destroying other countries, including African countries. America tested biological weapons of Aids, Ebola and Lassa fever in Africa, yet ignorant governor of Nigeria says Nigeria must not drink Gari. Bunch of illiterates! Yet, when someone writes, they call it a stupid post.

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