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The Mighty Wurlitzer Hiccups in Venezuela
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mimus99
2019-03-13 22:21:49 UTC
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The Venezuela Destabilization, which has raged ever since Chavez (the coup
actually being pretty funny), has been ferociously intensified of late with
actual starvation inflicted on the people of Venezuela and electrical
sabotage (whether by malware or not) and so on, but the attempt to finger
Maduro's regime with burning an "aid convoy" went a bit awry after some
video "fake news" got online:

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/10/world/americas/venezuela-aid-fire-video.html

More surprisingly still, in the light of the general glib complacency of
American "journalism" during this Cold War against yet another smaller
country, the NYT ran the article.

Note how the apologists for the Venezuela Destabilization hardly blinked,
but kept right on attacking, attacking, attacking.
--
Bow Down to Big Oil or Starve.
mixed nuts
2019-03-13 22:38:05 UTC
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Post by mimus99
The Venezuela Destabilization, which has raged ever since Chavez (the coup
actually being pretty funny), has been ferociously intensified of late with
actual starvation inflicted on the people of Venezuela and electrical
sabotage (whether by malware or not) and so on, but the attempt to finger
Maduro's regime with burning an "aid convoy" went a bit awry after some
https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/10/world/americas/venezuela-aid-fire-video.html
More surprisingly still, in the light of the general glib complacency of
American "journalism" during this Cold War against yet another smaller
country, the NYT ran the article.
Note how the apologists for the Venezuela Destabilization hardly blinked,
but kept right on attacking, attacking, attacking.
We gotta get that oil. And we want our fertilizer plant back. And get
the wood, also.
--
Grizzly H.
mimus99
2019-03-13 22:47:47 UTC
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Post by mimus99
The Venezuela Destabilization, which has raged ever since Chavez (the coup
actually being pretty funny), has been ferociously intensified of late with
actual starvation inflicted on the people of Venezuela and electrical
sabotage (whether by malware or not) and so on, but the attempt to finger
Maduro's regime with burning an "aid convoy" went a bit awry after some
https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/10/world/americas/venezuela-aid-fire-video.html
More surprisingly still, in the light of the general glib complacency of
American "journalism" during this Cold War against yet another smaller
country, the NYT ran the article.
Note how the apologists for the Venezuela Destabilization hardly blinked,
but kept right on attacking, attacking, attacking.
We gotta get that oil. And we want our fertilizer plant back. And get
the wood, also.
You know things are bad when the power goes in the Hispanic part of the
country.
--
Fire everybody in Laos.

< Nixon to Secretary of State Rogers, 1971
JAT
2019-03-14 01:52:43 UTC
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*When you mess it up you have fix it up*
*The goal doesn't justify the means* - All they have to do is just tell
the truth and that's it...

/jat
Knowledge will set you free
El conocimiento te hará libre
Post by mimus99
The Venezuela Destabilization, which has raged ever since Chavez (the coup
actually being pretty funny), has been ferociously intensified of late with
actual starvation inflicted on the people of Venezuela and electrical
sabotage (whether by malware or not) and so on, but the attempt to finger
Maduro's regime with burning an "aid convoy" went a bit awry after some
https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/10/world/americas/venezuela-aid-fire-video.html
More surprisingly still, in the light of the general glib complacency of
American "journalism" during this Cold War against yet another smaller
country, the NYT ran the article.
Note how the apologists for the Venezuela Destabilization hardly blinked,
but kept right on attacking, attacking, attacking.
mimus99
2019-03-16 15:50:09 UTC
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Post by mimus99
The Venezuela Destabilization, which has raged ever since Chavez (the coup
actually being pretty funny), has been ferociously intensified of late with
actual starvation inflicted on the people of Venezuela and electrical
sabotage (whether by malware or not) and so on, but the attempt to finger
Maduro's regime with burning an "aid convoy" went a bit awry after some
https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/10/world/americas/venezuela-aid-fire-video.html
More surprisingly still, in the light of the general glib complacency of
American "journalism" during this Cold War against yet another smaller
country, the NYT ran the article.
Note how the apologists for the Venezuela Destabilization hardly blinked,
but kept right on attacking, attacking, attacking.
*When you mess it up you have fix it up*
*The goal doesn't justify the means* - All they have to do is just tell
the truth and that's it...
Ain't no profit in that.
--
We're owned by them. Business.
That's where the campaign-money comes from now.
In the nineteen-eighties we gave up on the little guys.
We started drinking from the same trough as the Republicans.

< Democratic House Budget Committee Chairman Marty Sabo, 1993
Rebecca Ore
2019-03-14 07:09:20 UTC
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Post by mimus99
The Venezuela Destabilization, which has raged ever since Chavez (the coup
actually being pretty funny), has been ferociously intensified of late with
actual starvation inflicted on the people of Venezuela and electrical
sabotage (whether by malware or not) and so on, but the attempt to finger
Maduro's regime with burning an "aid convoy" went a bit awry after some
https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/10/world/americas/venezuela-aid-fire-video.html
More surprisingly still, in the light of the general glib complacency of
American "journalism" during this Cold War against yet another smaller
country, the NYT ran the article.
Note how the apologists for the Venezuela Destabilization hardly blinked,
but kept right on attacking, attacking, attacking.
The New York Times occasionally discovers its cojones. Maduro is a bit
whack, but the idea that the US can fix other countries is even whackier.
Pence is a spawn of Satan.
mixed nuts
2019-03-14 10:05:46 UTC
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Post by mimus99
The Venezuela Destabilization, which has raged ever since Chavez (the coup
actually being pretty funny), has been ferociously intensified of late with
actual starvation inflicted on the people of Venezuela and electrical
sabotage (whether by malware or not) and so on, but the attempt to finger
Maduro's regime with burning an "aid convoy" went a bit awry after some
https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/10/world/americas/venezuela-aid-fire-video.html
More surprisingly still, in the light of the general glib complacency of
American "journalism" during this Cold War against yet another smaller
country, the NYT ran the article.
Note how the apologists for the Venezuela Destabilization hardly blinked,
but kept right on attacking, attacking, attacking.
The New York Times occasionally discovers its cojones. Maduro is a bit
whack, but the idea that the US can fix other countries is even whackier.
Pence is a spawn of Satan.
He has nice hair, and is very well dressed, also.
--
Grizzly H.
mimus99
2019-03-16 15:51:50 UTC
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Post by mimus99
The Venezuela Destabilization, which has raged ever since Chavez (the coup
actually being pretty funny), has been ferociously intensified of late with
actual starvation inflicted on the people of Venezuela and electrical
sabotage (whether by malware or not) and so on, but the attempt to finger
Maduro's regime with burning an "aid convoy" went a bit awry after some
https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/10/world/americas/venezuela-aid-fire-video.html
More surprisingly still, in the light of the general glib complacency of
American "journalism" during this Cold War against yet another smaller
country, the NYT ran the article.
Note how the apologists for the Venezuela Destabilization hardly blinked,
but kept right on attacking, attacking, attacking.
The New York Times occasionally discovers its cojones. Maduro is a bit
whack, but the idea that the US can fix other countries is even whackier.
Pence is a spawn of Satan.
Well hello stranger.
--
Fall off and stay awhile.

< Old Western greeting
Rebecca Ore
2019-03-17 06:19:39 UTC
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Post by mimus99
The Venezuela Destabilization, which has raged ever since Chavez (the coup
actually being pretty funny), has been ferociously intensified of late with
actual starvation inflicted on the people of Venezuela and electrical
sabotage (whether by malware or not) and so on, but the attempt to finger
Maduro's regime with burning an "aid convoy" went a bit awry after some
https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/10/world/americas/venezuela-aid-fire-video.html
More surprisingly still, in the light of the general glib complacency of
American "journalism" during this Cold War against yet another smaller
country, the NYT ran the article.
Note how the apologists for the Venezuela Destabilization hardly blinked,
but kept right on attacking, attacking, attacking.
The New York Times occasionally discovers its cojones. Maduro is a bit
whack, but the idea that the US can fix other countries is even whackier.
Pence is a spawn of Satan.
Well hello stranger.
Even stranger, I’m living in Nicaragua, country number three on Herr
Pence’s hit list.
mixed nuts
2019-03-17 14:28:48 UTC
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Post by mimus99
The Venezuela Destabilization, which has raged ever since Chavez (the coup
actually being pretty funny), has been ferociously intensified of late with
actual starvation inflicted on the people of Venezuela and electrical
sabotage (whether by malware or not) and so on, but the attempt to finger
Maduro's regime with burning an "aid convoy" went a bit awry after some
https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/10/world/americas/venezuela-aid-fire-video.html
More surprisingly still, in the light of the general glib complacency of
American "journalism" during this Cold War against yet another smaller
country, the NYT ran the article.
Note how the apologists for the Venezuela Destabilization hardly blinked,
but kept right on attacking, attacking, attacking.
The New York Times occasionally discovers its cojones. Maduro is a bit
whack, but the idea that the US can fix other countries is even whackier.
Pence is a spawn of Satan.
Well hello stranger.
Even stranger, I’m living in Nicaragua, country number three on Herr
Pence’s hit list.
Bananas and christians and oligarchs and marines. What more could a
Pence want?
--
Grizzly H.
mimus99
2019-03-23 16:09:12 UTC
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Post by mimus99
The Venezuela Destabilization, which has raged ever since Chavez (the coup
actually being pretty funny), has been ferociously intensified of late with
actual starvation inflicted on the people of Venezuela and electrical
sabotage (whether by malware or not) and so on, but the attempt to finger
Maduro's regime with burning an "aid convoy" went a bit awry after some
https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/10/world/americas/venezuela-aid-fire-video.html
More surprisingly still, in the light of the general glib complacency of
American "journalism" during this Cold War against yet another smaller
country, the NYT ran the article.
Note how the apologists for the Venezuela Destabilization hardly blinked,
but kept right on attacking, attacking, attacking.
The New York Times occasionally discovers its cojones. Maduro is a bit
whack, but the idea that the US can fix other countries is even whackier.
Pence is a spawn of Satan.
Well hello stranger.
Even stranger, I’m living in Nicaragua, country number three on Herr
Pence’s hit list.
Bananas and christians and oligarchs and marines. What more could a
Pence want?
Where's Chesty when you need him?
--
But I think Butler soured on the whole thing.
mimus99
2019-03-23 16:08:10 UTC
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Post by mimus99
The Venezuela Destabilization, which has raged ever since Chavez (the coup
actually being pretty funny), has been ferociously intensified of late with
actual starvation inflicted on the people of Venezuela and electrical
sabotage (whether by malware or not) and so on, but the attempt to finger
Maduro's regime with burning an "aid convoy" went a bit awry after some
https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/10/world/americas/venezuela-aid-fire-video.html
More surprisingly still, in the light of the general glib complacency of
American "journalism" during this Cold War against yet another smaller
country, the NYT ran the article.
Note how the apologists for the Venezuela Destabilization hardly blinked,
but kept right on attacking, attacking, attacking.
The New York Times occasionally discovers its cojones. Maduro is a bit
whack, but the idea that the US can fix other countries is even whackier.
Pence is a spawn of Satan.
Well hello stranger.
Even stranger, I’m living in Nicaragua, country number three on Herr
Pence’s hit list.
I don't know why, you guyz just have to subscribe to Kim Thought and
everything will be buddy-buddy.
--
Besides, we already did Nicaragua.
mimus99
2019-05-13 22:29:06 UTC
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The Venezuela Destabilization, which has raged ever since Chavez (the coup
actually being pretty funny), has been ferociously intensified of late with
actual starvation inflicted on the people of Venezuela and electrical
sabotage (whether by malware or not) and so on, but the attempt to finger
Maduro's regime with burning an "aid convoy" went a bit awry after some
https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/10/world/americas/venezuela-aid-fire-video.html
More surprisingly still, in the light of the general glib complacency of
American "journalism" during this Cold War against yet another smaller
country, the NYT ran the article.
Note how the apologists for the Venezuela Destabilization hardly blinked,
but kept right on attacking, attacking, attacking.
https://thegrayzone.com/2019/01/29/the-making-of-juan-guaido-how-the-us-regime-change-laboratory-created-venezuelas-coup-leader
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All "mainstream" journalism is Pravda.
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