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US To Invade Venezuela?

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Wade Hampton III

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Re: US To Invade Venezuela?

PostThu Aug 23, 2018 1:49 am

Jim Mathias wrote:It's becoming necessary to post the text of the article in addition to sourcing it with its address so that these articles don't just "disappear."

The only thing I can remember from it was the usual prattle
about it being the new "breeding ground" for "new terrorists"
such as "Osama Bin Laden." Same ole speil for the invasions of
Iraq and Afghanistan....I know everyone has heard it before.

A websearch using the keys "US to invade Venezuela" turns up a
host of items on this topic. I remember Venezuela becoming
a topic of attention from the Jew-S-A from innocently watching
a motion picture called "Nothing But The Truth" some years ago.
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Since you are a regular poster on this site, I do not have to
explain how the (Jew) media and the (Jew) government are marching
lockstep together for the New Jew World Order.

Trump and the Jews have been getting a lot of attention in the
controlled media lately and if you do the math, an invasion of
Venezula would play right into all of the card-holding hands.
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Re: US To Invade Venezuela?

PostMon Aug 27, 2018 12:03 am

Vessels sailing in the vicinity of Trinidad and Tobago are now under threat of
being the victims of piracy for the first since the 1700s. According to a report
from the Washington Post, in the wake of Venezuela’s economic and societal collapse,
criminals desperate to earn a living have taken up the centuries-old crime and are
attacking yachts and fishing vessels along the coast of South America. Jeremy McDermott
of Insight Crime, a nonprofit that studies organized crime in the region told the
Washington Post that “It’s criminal chaos, a free-for-all, along the Venezuelan coast.”

Although there hasn’t been much research into piracy in the Caribbean, one study from
the nonprofit group Oceans Beyond Piracy found that pirate attacks in the region rose
by 163 percent between 2016 and 2017. Some experts fear that pirate activity and other
crimes in the Caribbean Sea will increase as conditions in the socialist country continue
to deteriorate.

Wade says, "Of course the Jews in the Jew-S-A may see this as a calling card for an
invasion, yes? We shall see."

“This reminds me of how the problems started off the coast of eastern Africa" said
Roodal Moonilal, a politician from Trinidad and Tobago while speaking to the Washington
Post. “What we’re seeing – the piracy, the smuggling – it’s the result of Venezuela’s
political and economic collapse.” While the region has seen traffickers use ports in
Trinidad to move drugs from Colombia and Venezuela to North America in the past, the
new pirates are ratching up the violence to levels that haven’t been seen by mariners
in the region since the time of Blackbeard.
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One witness recounted his experience of being attacked by the pirates to reporters and
stated that they were “doused with hot oil, hacked with machetes and thrown overboard,
then their boats were stolen. Although Venezuela has a coast guard, one anonymous
Venezuelan port official told the Washington Post that ” Venezuelan coast guard officers
have been boarding anchored vessels and demanding money and food,” leaving merchant
ships and fishing vessels no choice but to anchor further away from the coast.

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