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    4n0nm0$ is offline Senior Member Always Around
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    Expulsions stoke US-LatAm dispute

    Bolivia and Venezuela have expelled their US envoys, accusing Washington of trying to oust Bolivia's government.
    Meanwhile, Honduras has refused the credentials of a new US ambassador, postponing his appointment.
    Washington has responded by throwing out envoys from Bolivia and Venezuela and freezing the assets of three aides to Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez.
    "This reflects the weakness and desperation of these leaders as they face internal challenges, and an inability to communicate effectively internationally in order to build international support,"
    Chavez Buys Russian Weapons

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    Chavez is a nut xD

    He just waitd fur dat Russian / US conflict bout Georgie to hop on teh troll train. And he doesn't liek teh Yankees xD

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    xxDoLLarBiLLxx is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    is he nut? It's just not good a look for us because we are lookin real weak right now. We cannot allow a sucker like Chavez to fck with us. And Russia is playing war games with Venezuela: an open disrespect to the US. But then again it's practically retaliation for Poland missile defense system, imagine if Russia strikes a deal to put missiles in Venezuela!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by xxDoLLarBiLLxx View Post
    imagine if Russia strikes a deal to put missiles in Venezuela!!!!
    Dude, I highly expect dis to be next step!! But I still thinkk russia is smrter than Chavz

    I donnu wut went wrong in Chavez childhood. But if he didn't have all dat oil he wouldn't be so dangerous for 'em. It is said he haz his hands in coca like Sarface and connext to teh FARC in Clolumbia

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    On the news it said that the Bolivian president threw out the ambassador because he blamed America for starting riots. Chavez, on the other hand said that the U.S. supported a general in a coup d'etat (and he said he did have evidence).

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    I know at least one man is up to something, you can just see it in his eyes.


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    I'm having a hard time forming an opinion on this

    This event is not so surprising or unreasonable. The US has always tried to play surgical games with it Latin American government and politics. I wouldn't be surprised if the US was really trying to incite a coup (We tried to do it before in Cuba, if you don't remember).

    But then again, the Bolivians have a democratic government, so US meddling is much less likely. And then there is also this fact:
    Quote Originally Posted by wiki
    Bolivia has had a total of 193 coups d'etat from independence until 1981, thereby averaging a change of government once every ten months. Credit for the past quarter century of relative political stability is largely attributed to President Vctor Paz Estenssoro, who ceded power peacefully after cutting hyperinflation which reached as high as 14,000 percent.[8]
    So, its a little hard for me to gauge Bolivia's accusations.

    Chavez's actions are much more readable though, and a mirror Cuban Missile Crisis could become a reality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Terasiel View Post
    I know at least one man is up to something, you can just see it in his eyes.

    You can actually see his soul through his eye
    as how Dubya said it

 

 

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