作者名称 国旗国籍

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2019.05.01 23:54
Recently there has been a lot of news regarding the crisis in Venezuela. Venezuela is currently going through a huge humanitarian crisis. The regime there is so oppressive and corrupt that the same government denies the people basic human necessities such as food, medicine, homes, and safety. The situation has esclated to a point where people are violently protesting every single day and are ready to kill whoever it takes to survive. The food shortage is so bad that some people have resorted to eat garbage from the streets. Personally, I fully support a revolution and that no human being should be denied basic necessities by anyone else no matter if you are white, black, yellow, brown, red, etc. The irony is that Venezuela has the potential to be one of the richest countries in the world since it is the country with the highest oil reserves in the world. More than the United States, Russia, Canada, Iraq, Iran, and Saudi Arabia.
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  • deletado 2019.05.01 23:56

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    Que triste
  • Big Black Cxx retired 2019.05.02 00:01

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    The crisis has no solution unless the oil price rises up.
  • JC 2019.05.02 00:03

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    @Big Black Cxx retired It's not about the oil prices, it is about what the government is doing with the oil and the fact that they control everything in the people's lives.
  • JC 2019.05.02 00:04

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    @deletado En verdad es muy triste😞
  • deletado 2019.05.02 00:06

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    @JC Viver em uma ditadura deve ser horrível , alguém querendo ser dono de um país, isso não faz nem sentido pra mim .
  • Lebenskunstler 2019.05.02 00:08

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    @ 美国人就这样 我们立场不同 熄火
  • Lebenskunstler 2019.05.02 00:09

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    @JC trump said all options are open, but anyone in the states actually support mil intervention?
  • Suslov 2019.05.02 00:15

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    People have different justice. What you see is what you want to see partially.
  • JC 2019.05.02 00:17

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    @deletado É horrível mesmo! O governo dita tudo na vida do povo. Não há livre vontade de jeito nenhum. O governo até controla a quantidade de comida que as pessoas podem receber.
  • 五月31注销 2019.05.02 00:17

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    @ 赞同。
  • Valter_zc 2019.05.02 00:19

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    China and Russia have Venezuelan blood in their hands, they are not receiving the refugees so why the f&#k they are interfering in a country so far from them? They are just interested in the oil
  • deletado 2019.05.02 00:19

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    Deus me livre viver no país desses , cedo eu ia morrer, porque não ia obedecer nada
  • tiagosiqueira 2019.05.02 00:41

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    sadly, that's the only way you can say that Socialism and communism worked. 😞
  • JC 2019.05.02 00:43

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    @deletado Eu concordo completamente com você ! Eu cedo prefeiro morrir do que vivir desse jeito.
  • JC 2019.05.02 00:48

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    @Valter_zc I completely agree with you and I'm happy you brought up this point because I wanted to mention it. China and Russia do have Venezuelan blood in their hands because they both support the Nicolas Maduro regime and aid him by providing weapons and troops. On the other hand, the US and European Union are against the Venezuelans dictator. However, interference may end up leading to larger scale war between the US, Europe, China, and Russia. As you mentioned before, the reason why all these superpower nations are all interested in Venezuela is because of the petroleum. Petroleum is money!
  • JC 2019.05.02 00:51

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    @tiagosiqueira Yeah..... But I think both Socialism and Communism can work if people aren't so greedy and selfish.
  • Big Black Cxx retired 2019.05.02 00:56

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    @JC It is... Everything is about the money and economy. The down of Maduro regime won't bring Venezuelan people the benefits of oils. Sure the current regime probably takes 95% of the cut but when a new regime (possibly led by US backed Guaido) came up, 99% of the cut goes to Wall Street. The only pillar of Venezuelan economy is oil and the country enjoyed a vast benefits from it during Chavez era and it was so rich and prosperous that they forgot how fragile such kind of economy and industrial sysyem is, it is so reliable on the international oil prices. With the down of oil price, people started to find oh I didn't get that much of pension this week from the government or something like that. In order to satisfy the people, the regime printed more cash which later caused severe inflation, people find their money is worth less and less. Plus the US sanction.
  • Big Black Cxx retired 2019.05.02 00:58

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    @JC The oppression is what's on the surface and what general citizens see. Singapore's probably the most oppressive regime in Southeast Asia and guess why they are still here. To build up a strong economy is the ultimate key to the solution of the crisis and prolonged prosperity. It may be politically incorrect but what Venezuelan people enjoyed was merely a gift from the glorious god but they took them for granted, when god took it they got pissed. No matter how many revolutions are coming, things don't change if oil stays cheap or even if it does change, it'll still go bad someday later because the structure of Venezuelan economy is, after all, so fragile. I also feel sorry that folks in Venezuela are suffering but the only way they are surviving this is probably leaving the country.
  • Valter_zc 2019.05.02 01:01

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    @JC we will end up with a new version of north Korea in south America
  • JC 2019.05.02 01:05

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    @Big Black Cxx retired I guess you are right, but it is also about freedom and morality. Due to inflation the Venezuelan currency is practically worthless at this point in time. So even if they have money, they can't really do anything with it. However, the government deciding what they eat and how much they eat as well as emptying all the supermarkets have nothing to do with money. Also, the fact that the government led by the dictator can kill anyone they want without consequence has nothing to do with money. Yes, I agree that money plays a major part, but it is not the only issue at hand.
  • JC 2019.05.02 01:08

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    @Valter_zc I seriously hope not..... Hopefully, there is something kind of intervention soon because things are getting worse day by day and will eventually reach a point where war will be inevitable.
  • Alice 2019.05.02 01:19

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    Distressed💔
  • Valter_zc 2019.05.02 01:19

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    @JC Maduro organized the situation in a way that even an American intervention wouldn't be easy, the militias would cause many deaths among civilians
  • Big Black Cxx retired 2019.05.02 01:27

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    @Valter_zc On the contrary, American intervention would be easy... Venezuelan's military is even shittier than the Iraq in 2003. But I don't believe such intervention will occur because it's not worth the price.
  • Valter_zc 2019.05.02 01:41

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    @Big Black Cxx retired it would be easier, but unfortunately many civilians would be used as human shield by the militia
  • Big Black Cxx retired 2019.05.02 01:42

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    @Valter_zc And you sound like the US would give damn about Venezuela if it doesn't have oils, China is not an expert at oversea interference especially when US, the ultimate global manipulator is also in the club.
  • Valter_zc 2019.05.02 01:45

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    @Big Black Cxx retired there is no American soldiers there, only Cuban, Russian and Chinese ones
  • Big Black Cxx retired 2019.05.02 01:58

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    @Valter_zc I don't know about Cuban or Russians but China's only military presence oversea is in Saudi Arabia where they train Saudi's missile forces (**CLASSIFIED**) and Djibouti which is next to Somali for anti-piracy. And in fact, China only deals with the one in power (the authority) and they don't care who the authority is as long as they protect China's interests (investment, debt etc.) in the country, it's the Confucius philosophy. Same goes for USA, take the murder of that journalist in Turkey as an example. Why hasn't the US brought down Saudi Arabia which is an even more oppressive regime?
  • Natieli 2019.05.02 02:16

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    Muito triste!😔
  • Valter_zc 2019.05.02 02:29

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    @Big Black Cxx retired I agree that Saudi Arabia is a oppressive regime, but as you admitted in this message your country also have good relations with them and could have done something about that, but I care more with is near my country https://saraacarter.com/power-games-chinese-army-arrives-in-venezuela/
  • Big Black Cxx retired 2019.05.02 03:04

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    @Valter_zc that's what I'm saying... International politics are like this, international relations are based on interests rather than morality. And speaking of the link you posted, Chinese government has publicly debunk the rumor. (https://www.rt.com/news/455469-china-refutes-military-venezuela/) the news is very likely fake in my analysis too, the only source to authenticate the news is the Twitter page, where 3 Chinese officers from army, navy and air force respectively appeared, the picture doesn't appear to have been taken during expeditionary delivery as they are casually dressed instead of armed. On the contrary, China did deliver humanitarian aid to Venezuela and Ruptly recorded the process where no military but only civil personnels were in the cargo plane. This is a fake news.
  • Valter_zc 2019.05.02 03:28

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    @Big Black Cxx retired i hope so, but they are still supporting a regime who is killing their own people
  • JC 2019.05.02 06:35

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    @Alice I know right😥😥😥
  • JC 2019.05.02 06:36

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    @Natieli E muito triste mesmo😢
  • JC 2019.05.02 06:41

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    @ I am not blaming China and Russia for this crisis. However, they do play a major role in this crisis. The fact that both China and Russia support a dictator that is killing his own people is downright wrong. They are only supporting him because both countries are interested in the Petroleum Venezuela has to offer. Is obtaining more Petroleum really that important compared to the lives of the people in that country?
  • Jasmine 2019.05.02 09:14

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    不干涉别国内政 是我们的外交原则。
  • ezequiel hazard 2019.05.02 13:41

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    If haddad had won the last election in brazil,Brazilian government would be supporting the maduro dictatorship
  • Mara 2019.05.02 16:00

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    It is so sad and revolting :(
  • 寜漠 2019.05.05 04:27

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    @ 赞同
  • Renan 2019.05.05 11:02

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    Oil interests above all. Ironically as this human crisis takes place in Venezuela and the USA intervention is regarded as the "only salvation", thousands of kilometers away the same country is supporting the war for petroleum purposes in Yemen, by also supporting a even worse country (Saudi Arabia), thus starving to death hundreds of thousands of people.

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