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February 04, 2014, 11:28:47 PM
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 It turns out that the US is spending $114 to extract a barrel of oil (blame it on shale) - whilst the Venezualans can knock it out at $20 a barrel  Shocked

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-01-08/unforseen-u-s-oil-boom-upends-world-markets-as-drilling-spreads.html

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-10-24/oil-s-5-trillion-permian-boom-threatened-by-70-crude.html

As the OPEC production is destroyed by war and socialism, the oil price averages over $96, the USA domestic production increases.

So let's just let Venezuela continue to follow Hitler's economic model and fall right into the plan of the banksters Wink

Btw, Venezuela's oil infrastructure is falling apart due to lack of capitalistic investments. We will see all the low cost oil production destroyed for the next 20 years and the USA will rise. This is why the majors have been building new refineries and export terminals in for example Louisiana.

You can also see (if you dig for information) that the revolutions in the Middle East (and Chavez) were planted by the elite who run this world. This is all moving forward according to the master plan for world government (with a strong US military and economy controlled by the elite to force these changes on the world) and world currency.

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February 04, 2014, 11:46:37 PM
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 It turns out that the US is spending $114 to extract a barrel of oil (blame it on shale) - whilst the Venezualans can knock it out at $20 a barrel  Shocked

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-01-08/unforseen-u-s-oil-boom-upends-world-markets-as-drilling-spreads.html

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-10-24/oil-s-5-trillion-permian-boom-threatened-by-70-crude.html

As the OPEC production is destroyed by war and socialism, the oil price averages over $96, the USA domestic production increases.

So let's just let Venezuela continue to follow Hitler's economic model and fall right into the plan of the banksters Wink

Btw, Venezuela's oil infrastructure is falling apart due to lack of capitalistic investments. We will see all the low cost oil production destroyed for the next 20 years and the USA will rise. This is why the majors have been building new refineries and export terminals in for example Louisiana.

You can also see (if you dig for information) that the revolutions in the Middle East (and Chavez) were planted by the elite who run this world. This is all moving forward according to the master plan for world government (with a strong US military and economy controlled by the elite to force these changes on the world) and world currency.

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February 13, 2014, 06:09:33 PM
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Armed vigilantes on motorcycles attacked anti-government demonstrators in Venezuela on Wednesday, setting off a stampede by firing into crowds as the biggest protest against President Nicolas Maduro’s year-old administration turned violent. Three people were killed.

Chaos erupted in downtown Caracas when the gang roared up and began shooting at more than 100 protesters who had been sparring with security forces at the tail end of heated but otherwise peaceful protests organized by hard-line members of the opposition. Most of the roughly 10,000 participants in the demonstrations had already gone home.

As people fled in panic, one demonstrator fell to the ground with a bullet wound in his head. Onlookers screamed “assassins” as they rushed the 24-year-old marketing student to a police vehicle. He was later identified by family members as Bassil Da Costa.

Also killed was the leader of a pro-government 23rd of January collective, as militant supporters of Venezuela’s socialist administration call themselves. National Assembly President Diosdado Cabello said the “revolutionary” known by his nickname Juancho was “vilely assassinated by the fascists” but he didn’t provide details.

The troubles moved eastward to the wealthier neighborhood of Chacao after nightfall, leaving another unidentified demonstrator dead from a bullet wound, district Mayor Ramon Muchacho said via Twitter. Calm returned as midnight approached, leaving smoldering trash cans strewn along several blocks where demonstrators threw rocks at government buildings.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/the_americas/2-killed-as-venezuelan-protests-turn-violent/2014/02/12/12182678-9445-11e3-9e13-770265cf4962_story.html
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February 13, 2014, 06:11:21 PM
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In the serene private clubs of Caracas, there is no milk, and the hiss of the cappuccino machine has fallen silent. In the slums, the lights go out every few days, or the water stops running. In the grocery stores, both state-run shops and expensive delicatessens, customers barter information: I saw soap here, that store has rice today. The oil engineers have immigrated to Calgary, the soap opera stars fled to Mexico and Colombia. And in the beauty parlours of this nation obsessed with elaborate grooming, women both rich and poor have cut back to just one blow-dry or manicure each week.

Venezuela, the world’s fifth-largest oil producer, is a leading candidate for next collapsed state. …

Inflation is running at over 50 per cent, a raging black market buys dollars at more than 10 times the official rate, domestic industry has all but shut down; there are critical shortages of many consumer staples, including corn flour for arepas, the national breakfast. TV stations – now all state-controlled – are full of ads that alternately denounce capitalism or show square-shouldered actors talking about how they don’t hoard and buy only what they need. Billboards boast of how socialist Venezuela has never been stronger; yet almost no one has toilet paper in their bathrooms.

The apocalypse hasn’t come yet. “The crash never comes because Venezuela has an insurance other countries don’t have – one of the largest oil reserves in the world,” said Jorge Roig, president of the Federation of Chambers of Commerce. Venezuela’s economic indicators defy logic, he said, but the international thirst for oil has postponed the day of reckoning.



http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/world/venezuelas-economy-on-the-edge-of-the-apocalypse/article16845406/
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February 13, 2014, 06:14:17 PM
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(Spanish CNN) -  The Venezuelan government issued an order to arrest the opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez, for his alleged role in violent incidents on Wednesday during the protest marches that left three dead and dozens injured, according to the website daily El Universal , published a photo of the arrest warrant 007-14.
Judge 16 Control of Caracas, Ralenys Tovar Guillén, accepted the request to make the Attorney General to detain the former mayor of Chacao and ordered the Bolivarian Intelligence Service (Sebin) apprehend and pave his residence, according to El Universal, citing sources court.
CNN in Spanish were unable to confirm this independently.

http://cnnespanol.cnn.com/2014/02/13/ordenan-la-captura-de-leopoldo-lopez-segun-reporte/
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February 13, 2014, 10:07:52 PM
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Venezuela is doomed , another communist turned socialist piece of crap government going down
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February 17, 2014, 07:23:12 AM
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February 17, 2014, 07:31:25 AM
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Twitter Inc. said the Venezuelan government blocked users’ online images as opposition groups marched through Caracas for a third day, demonstrating against record shortages and the world’s fastest inflation.

Nu Wexler, a Twitter spokesman, confirmed yesterday in an e-mail that the government was behind the disruption. …

In the absence of information from the government or local television outlets, Venezuelans have turned to foreign reporters and social media for news. Twitter users had been posting their photos of demonstrations that started in provincial towns earlier this month, providing an alternative to state-controlled media. It’s unclear if photos were blocked for users of all Internet providers in Venezuela, Wexler said. …

“We are having a media blackout,” Josefina Blanco, a freelance science journalist and social media user, said in an e-mail from Caracas. Only because of Twitter, NTN24 and radio station RCR 750 “ can we know what is really going on in our streets,” she said.

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-02-14/twitter-says-venezuela-blocks-its-images-amid-protest-crackdown.html
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February 17, 2014, 11:11:25 AM
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If Venezuela remains poor despite the huge petroleum deposits.. then something is wrong there.


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February 17, 2014, 05:30:57 PM
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If Venezuela remains poor despite the huge petroleum deposits.. then something is wrong there.

To know what is wrong over there, check out the word I used on the thread's title just before "Train Wreck"...
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February 17, 2014, 05:32:03 PM
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February 17, 2014, 05:48:43 PM
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they will just have another revolution , followed by "la revolution" and who hasn't starved by death will be able to take part in "final revolution".
stability and normality have no place in South America.

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February 18, 2014, 09:17:05 PM
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Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez has been arrested by the Venezuelan National Guard.

Supporters flooded into the street in front of the van to stop his arrest.

For their part, the Maduro government has said that things in the streets of Venezuela this afternoon are calm and orderly.

http://weaselzippers.us/174711-opposition-leader-in-venezuela-arrested-hundreds-of-thousands-come-into-streets-to-stop-it/#more-174711

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February 18, 2014, 09:35:31 PM
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Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez has been arrested by the Venezuelan National Guard.


Leopoldo Lopez - your boy in Caracas hey Wilikon ?  Wink

You really need that oil don't you buddy ? Grin

How long are you going to use BitcoinTalk as the forum for your US imperialist propoganda ?

I thought BTC was supposed to be about liberation and self determination - worry about whats happening on your own soil and leave Venezuela/Cuba/Nigeria/Syria/Iraq/Afghanistan/China/Russia/Zimbabwe/Nigeria/Iran/North Korea etc etc etc etc  alone.

Please.

[oh - and try to go cold turkey on the black gold hey ?]
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February 18, 2014, 09:40:07 PM
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Ahh the US-backed faux revolution in Venezuela, yanks tried to do the same with Chavez but failed miserably.
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February 18, 2014, 09:47:21 PM
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Water and snacks were being sold outside the store by savvy Venezuelans keen to profit from the commotion.

See? Even when socialism is at its worst, capitalism pops up for a moment to make a couple of quick bucks and stick a middle finger at people like Maduro.
This is why capitalism always wins in the end - even a thousand Lenins, Stalins and Maduros will never change the human desire to seize opportunities to make money.

Well said.

Capitalism is natural.
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February 18, 2014, 10:06:15 PM
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Capitalism is natural.

 Grin Grin

Its what we were put on this earth to rise above - it represents the pre-history of mankind - its one step above Neanderthal FFS  Cheesy


edit: its actually on a par with Neanderthal - don't be fooled by the trappings - they would have arose anyway  Wink
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February 19, 2014, 04:27:03 PM
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Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez has been arrested by the Venezuelan National Guard.


Leopoldo Lopez - your boy in Caracas hey Wilikon ?  Wink

You really need that oil don't you buddy ? Grin

How long are you going to use BitcoinTalk as the forum for your US imperialist propoganda ?

I thought BTC was supposed to be about liberation and self determination - worry about whats happening on your own soil and leave Venezuela/Cuba/Nigeria/Syria/Iraq/Afghanistan/China/Russia/Zimbabwe/Nigeria/Iran/North Korea etc etc etc etc  alone.

Please.

[oh - and try to go cold turkey on the black gold hey ?]

Hey whatever!
Thank you for playing. Let's count the number of dead in Caracas in a few weeks. You camp, the Manure-O camp and "my" camp, with the dude with flowers in his hand. I bet you will win and kill as many people your camp can thanks you its belief in socialism through guns. You seem to enjoy that Venezuelan soap opera with real people and real bullets in the streets.

Come back anytime.
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February 19, 2014, 06:24:53 PM
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Hey - I might not agree with you Wilikon - but I'll give you this, at least you have the good grace to have an open thread (i.e..not self moderated) whereby debate is possible. I've also noticed that, in your favour, you are able to ignore opinions that are expressed that maybe diametrically opposed to your own and which must wind you up (at least a little) - I'm not being facetious here neither.

   That being said you surely can't be completely blind to the US's tactics  re. uncooperative overseas adversaries who are in possession of assets the US requires  - can you ??

   I dunno mate - maybe this might be a start for you.
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February 19, 2014, 06:40:37 PM
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Hey - I might not agree with you Wilikon - but I'll give you this, at least you have the good grace to have an open thread (i.e..not self moderated) whereby debate is possible. I've also noticed that, in your favour, you are able to ignore opinions that are expressed that maybe diametrically opposed to your own and which must wind you up (at least a little) - I'm not being facetious here neither.

   That being said you surely can't be completely blind to the US's tactics  re. uncooperative overseas adversaries who are in possession of assets the US requires  - can you ??

   I dunno mate - maybe this might be a start for you.


You know what is cool? We are both on bitcointalk. So it means you may not be that evil (as long as you do not defend the NSA for all of its goodness). But obviously everything points to me being waaay less evil than you... Wink

I am not blind to the abuse and History of the USA. Far from it. Go through my other thread posts. You may be get a vibe from them. The thing is it is more about human behavior as this is History repeating.

I do not understand the concept of locking a thread I created. we have water, food, a computer device, access to the internet and a roof. We are rich.
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