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BANGKOK 20 May 2019 15:37
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Russian air force planes land in Venezuela carrying troops -reports

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8 hours ago, ezzra said:

When the US has its forces stationed overseas, it's mostly to help, serve and protect the people of said places from outside menace, when the Russian are sending troops it mostly to selfserv, establish a foothold and protect a dictators and providing them with full military hardware that kills and displace people such as in Syria,

why send troop now when the region is so volatile? and why only a 100 if they really want to help the Venezuelan people?...

not like the u.s. is concerned about oil supply, no, "protect and serve" is why one wants to get a finger on the pulse before some other peace doctor comes in.

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6 hours ago, MadMac said:

Hope the Chinese join the party too and get rid of the American wannabe Gods.

Not just wannabe, from recent interview: ""... ... ... Mike Pompeo Thinks God Might Have Sent Trump To Be A Saviour ... ... ... ""

Polly from Fawlty Towers comes to mind when Fawlty wants her to impersonate a member of the family.

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11 hours ago, Lungstib said:

When you consider how many parts of the world the US has their forces stationed its hard to understand their idea that Russia or China is forbidden to do likewise. A severe case of 'dont do what I do"

WIKI says: The military of the United States is deployed in more than 150 countries around the world, with approximately 165,000 of its active-duty personnel serving outside the United States and its territories.

..and there is pretty much peace in most of those territories.

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13 hours ago, smedly said:

Putin Putin his nose in again - very dangerous stuff

 

hope he is prepared to support the people and country with huge finance especially since Russia is so rich

 

nope

 

US need to tell him to remove himself from S.America , he went unchallenged in Syria but there is a line that needs to be drawn and Putin has crossed it many times 

 

Provocation to the extreme - very disturbing

Neither Russia nor USA has any business to dictate terms to sovereign Venezuela. 

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13 hours ago, smedly said:

Putin Putin his nose in again - very dangerous stuff

 

hope he is prepared to support the people and country with huge finance especially since Russia is so rich

 

nope

 

US need to tell him to remove himself from S.America , he went unchallenged in Syria but there is a line that needs to be drawn and Putin has crossed it many times 

 

Provocation to the extreme - very disturbing

 

Russia mines gold in Venezuela - I'm sure the Russians pay a fair price, pay the workforce well, ensure health and safety etc etc. Just like Maduro ensures the money paid all goes to good causes benefiting the whole country!

 

Putin's protecting his assets - no more, no less. 

 

If the EU/Brexit thing gets sorted, and all the silly witch hunts against Trump stop, and some Western countries sort themselves out, Putin will sliver back. He's thriving on the chaos and discord in the West which also makes dictator Erdogan fancy chancing his arm too.

 

Meanwhile Xi stands aloof no doubt quietly smiling whilst India's too busy chasing it's own arse.

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Charles and Camilla are in the neighbourhood.  Maybe they should pop in for a visit as well, to show that there's still a bit of life in the old bulldog?  (Jokes mentioning Camilla and bulldog to start now...)

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