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Trump gives embarassing failure Guaido $52M more taxpayer dollars

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- Thu, 03 Oct 2019 17:14:48 EST 1ehj8pxi No.179634
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coup failed but taxpayer still payin
https://venezuelanalysis.com/news/14668
>Caracas, September 25, 2019 (venezuelanalysis.com) - Self-proclaimed “Interim President” Juan Guaido and the Venezuelan opposition have been given US $52 million by the Trump administration.

>According to a Tuesday statement from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the funding will be destined for independent media, civil society, the health sector and the opposition-controlled National Assembly.

>In addition, USAID administrator Mark Green announced on Wednesday that the US will commit $36 million in aid to Venezuela, as part of a relief program led by the United Nations. It is not clear at the present time whether this sum is part of the $52 million or an additional disbursement.

>The Trump administration had previously diverted over $40 million in aid destined for Central America to fund the Venezuelan opposition. According to a USAID memo seen by the LA Times, the money was destined for salaries, airfare, training, propaganda, among other budget items.

>Guaido proclaimed himself president in January and has since led several attempts to oust the Maduro government, including a failed military putsch on April 30.

>The new aid package dovetails with a fresh round of US sanctions against Venezuela’s oil sector.
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Cornelius Cirryspear - Thu, 03 Oct 2019 22:27:21 EST wuM6gws4 No.179648 Reply
Lmao what a total disaster.
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Matilda Gickleman - Sat, 05 Oct 2019 06:53:14 EST yAGS4jrA No.179675 Reply
>>179668
More irrelevant shit from a spammer.
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Samuel Brizzlefoot - Mon, 07 Oct 2019 07:02:28 EST tlilhxRg No.179801 Reply
Wouldn't it be more successful to use the French/German model instead of starving Venezuela?

You give them money, and they begin to listen to you (more and more). Like the EU did with Iran to great success until Saudi/Israeli controlled drone Trump Hellfire missile'd that into burning wreckage.
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Graham Murdbanks - Mon, 07 Oct 2019 12:54:49 EST 8yU/VcEK No.179818 Reply
>>179805
>If you are a patriot who loves liberty and are obsessed with trying to wake Americans up,
If this describes you, leave this place and never return.
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Beatrice Cragglekirk - Mon, 21 Oct 2019 08:53:54 EST 4AuT10Iv No.180202 Reply
>>180199
An online news I read back in 2015 says that Donald Trump stated that he will make the US so large and powerful that no one messes with them.
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Wesley Heppernad - Wed, 23 Oct 2019 01:12:34 EST UgE9OseJ No.180228 Reply
>>180224
Are elites and globalists supposed to be the same thing? Is there like a venn diagram for them?
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Jenny Grimshit - Wed, 23 Oct 2019 01:27:56 EST 9/97TSDO No.180229 Reply
Tax payer money can go so many places. You know, I was thinking, the budget is in place at this point in the government, can't it go to certain places instead of others? I think if we could somehow get the population armed with guns, that would be a pretty good thing. If the population can be protected from harm with weapons that would overall be solid. It would be perhaps a pinch above pretty good. lol Personally, I just want to be left in peace. If we have guns, we are all that much closer to being at ease as citizens in America. I don't see what's wrong in having that peace. Peak peace for everyone. lol No holds barred, peace at incomparable heights, ideally at the limits of what is genuinely possible.
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Shit Hicklefock - Wed, 23 Oct 2019 02:31:58 EST HNoOiUTQ No.180234 Reply
>>180232
Fuck off to /pol/
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Shit Hicklefock - Wed, 23 Oct 2019 02:59:54 EST HNoOiUTQ No.180237 Reply
>>180235
You know the US is doomed when we have facebook boomers going on insane rants about homosexuality and communism on 420chan.
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Phineas Dullerlock - Fri, 25 Oct 2019 06:14:06 EST Lhh1/shd No.180308 Reply
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>>180304
>CHING CHONG PING PONG LING LONG
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Cedric Guttingforth - Fri, 25 Oct 2019 11:13:29 EST 7JoJFPdO No.180324 Reply
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>>180320
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Alice Debberfield - Fri, 25 Oct 2019 15:18:54 EST m72TES73 No.180344 Reply
>>180326
I'd unironically start funneling money into destabilizing the corrupt Chinese leadership who thieve from the hard working Chinese people to line their pockets so that China can embrace a true people's Socialism and put in jail all the rich elite oligarch traitors to the Chinese people who enrich themselves while selling out the average Chinese citizen. I'm not even joking about that. If I won the lottery I'd start financing operations in China to expose the many crimes of thieves like Xi.
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Polly Pittshaw - Sat, 26 Oct 2019 08:51:31 EST 1uzFtkLX No.180370 Reply
>>179634
Surprise surprise: free-market capitalists are perfectly happy to have big government interfere in the market and change the rules if it means screwing over Latin American sovereignty:
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-10-24/u-s-shields-citgo-from-creditors-in-win-for-venezuela-s-guaido
>Venezuela’s opposition scored a last-minute victory Thursday as the Trump administration stepped in with a measure to protect the nation’s most prized asset abroad from creditors before a key debt payment.

>The U.S. Treasury Department updated its sanctions guidelines to temporarily put transactions pertaining to Petroleos de Venezuela’s 2020 bonds, backed by 50.1% of Citgo Holding Inc.’s shares, on the same footing as other financial deals that are prohibited. Timing was of the essence: Advisers to National Assembly President Juan Guaido said they lacked the funds to make a $913 million debt payment due Monday.

>Washington’s decision to block holders of PDVSA’s 2020 bonds from seizing their collateral for 90 days followed months of lobbying by Venezuelan opposition leaders. They warned that losing Citgo would be a political catastrophe for Guaido, whom the U.S. and almost 60 other countries recognize as the nation’s rightful leader. With the Trump administration’s support, Guaido and his allies effectively run Houston-based Citgo, yet have little operational control over its parent PDVSA.
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Betsy Bellywell - Wed, 30 Oct 2019 22:31:04 EST fxZPTs+O No.180512 Reply
>>180497
>You could find countries with the least tyranny by looking at the Index of Economic Freedom.

Lmao, that "index" has an arbitrary and constantly changing methodology, they hack their dataset to produce the outcomes they're gunning for. It's neocon Heritage think tank bullshit and you shouldn't fall for it.
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Martin Nickleforth - Wed, 30 Oct 2019 23:02:01 EST EdZMI0YD No.180514 Reply
>>180497
>You could find countries with the least tyranny by looking at the Index of Economic Freedom.
This is dumb as fuck and you should feel dumb
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Ebenezer Shakebury - Sun, 24 Nov 2019 14:15:49 EST L3zo7DjP No.181106 Reply
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>>179634
NYT comes within a hair's breadth of having an actual moral epiphany lol
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Isabella Muttingshaw - Mon, 02 Dec 2019 13:35:45 EST uJ1UMTRI No.181238 Reply
>>181106
I'm not saying uncle Sam's hands are clean but much of the mess in Venezuela is due to Venezuela.
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Thomas Docklespear - Wed, 04 Dec 2019 19:28:18 EST fxZPTs+O No.181259 Reply
>>181238
Venezuela is an import economy which long depended on oil exports to American markets in order to generate USD reserves which could be used on the international market to buy goods it doesn't produce at home. The sanctions on it are crippling, and that was the intention, precisely because of that relationship of dependence which the PSUV was trying to break in the first place. Venezuela could have made better decisions under Chavez and Maduro, but the current crisis is absolutely intensified by US meddling.
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David Crarringsuck - Thu, 05 Dec 2019 00:32:55 EST GW1axdWk No.181265 Reply
>>181238
>it's your fault the US enforces international sanctions on you and keeps trying to destabilize your their country and the Bank of England stole all your gold
Classic abusive shithead Burger mentality
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Hannah Honeyshit - Fri, 06 Dec 2019 10:29:11 EST +8irr0Qf No.181303 Reply
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>>181238
USA spent decades trying to ruin Venezuela. Only reason they had more success is pressuring Saudi to sell their oil for loss which is what real thing destroyed Venezuelan economy. Fat retarded burgers won't know such thing. Venezuela was doing very well until their economy was targeted not even by sanction but by KSA dumping oil flooding market. It's what truly fucked Russian economy too because both are large petrostates. Also, because Venezuela lost competent strong man like Chavez. I not saying, oh Maduro so bad, but Maduro is not Chavez and allowed himself to become weak against massive superpower enemy that been trying to fuck Venezualan people for decades and made mistake not taking oil money to invest and diversify industry fast enough. Socialism and march to Communism is proven only way poor countries have even fighting chance against evil US machinations. Just ask Vietnam. Vietnam now very fine country despite fighting full brunt of super rich superpower of 300 million people trying so hard to destroy them. Now same evil people ruining Venezuala like they tried ruining Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, Syria, Somalia, North Korea, Kuba, so on and many time successful ruining and murdering millions innocent peoples lives https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TY2DKzastu8
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Betsy Brudgebury - Sat, 07 Dec 2019 20:26:50 EST iZ7F4k5c No.181347 Reply
No one will care that the US is not a free country until more Americans personally become victims of the police state.

Everyone will shrug if an American gets killed by the CIA in Yemen, but Americans might care about the police state when they get tortured for jaywalking.

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