As Moon of Alabama put it, US plan looks a bit like this:
Indeed. I expect some serious intelligence support from Russia being already deployed to help Venezuela with the technology and know-how to get the further steps of the coup neutralized and its organizers located.BKP wrote:As for that nest of Washington spies and saboteurs holed up in the US so-called "embassy," they should be completely cordoned off and cut off. The Russians might donate some equipment that can jam even their satellite phones. Then they can sit and swelter for as long as it takes for Washington to pedal their asses back from whence they came.
I have no words for this guy's Napoleon complex and his belief that an American pet like France is a super power, really unique"Our" interest? So, when you're not here posting I guess you're getting chauffeur-driven to Davos power luncheons. Rolling Eyes
It is amazing isn't it? It is like me challenging Mike Tyson for a box combat, not participating due to any excuse and then claiming in reality I am the winner... literally like thatGarryB wrote:They clearly knew they could not win so they didn't bother which shows it was probably not even close
My point is not to defend socialism, is to make clear that political system is largely irrelevant under the warfare conditions Venezuela faces. Is like if you are run over by a bus, kicked in the balls and poisoned and then accused of having bad health because of the time you spend in the hospital. It is literally only adding insult to injury.PapaDragon wrote:I am yet to see it work successfully anywhere and I say this as someone who got to experience both socialism and its fallout
Of course, but you have to play with the cards you are given, not the ones you would fancy having. Start conditions for Venezuela were being a colony without essentially any element of national sovereignty you know...If your plan is to take on global capitalist order then smart thing to do would be not to keep your money in capitalist banks