Monday, January 28, 2019

Venezuela and 'Vietnam mood'

Một cuộc biểu tình tại Venezuela chống chính phủ Maduro.
 From revolutionary awareness to revolution, action takes a "cherished" time. The problem is that the desire to change always needs to be nurtured, always needing to be nurtured and maintained, always needing to be hoped for, even in the face of current realities that seem impasse ...

The political upheaval of Venezuela leading to an instant diplomatic crisis between "big men" is also bringing "influence" to the Vietnamese public opinion. The Vietnamese watched the political event that took place in a country more than 17,000 kilometers away with a very close look: When was Vietnam's turn? Some even wrote: "Venezuela today, Vietnam tomorrow!" ... This mood is enough to show how Vietnamese people desire to change. The prospect of exploding "people's revolution" in Vietnam will happen, if the following facts are removed ...

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8 comments:

  1. Hi, just looking around, following blogs. Looks good, enjoyed your post.

    I was wonder if knew anything about Rodney Class, he was involved in a lawsuit against Dallas PD In NC. A judge had told him that police officers were private contracts.

    Long shot, i suppose. Thanks, ill drop by landy

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    1. I didn't see anything on a search but "Dallas PD in NC".....?

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    2. Yes, Dallas PD, in N.Carolina. This was back in 2011 and there wasn't much coverage. The first judge recused himself. Then the second judge warned police officers not to have anything in their names.

      Rodney Class has webb site, but there's not much there as a follow-up.

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  2. The Libs are already call this Venezuelan revolt Trump's backing is yet another Reagan Nicaraguan Contra scheme. /sarc on/Oh, Ollie North, if you can break away from the NRA for a few days America needs you. /sarc off/

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    1. Ollie North, if you can break away from the NRA for a few days America needs you.

      :)

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  3. The Vietnamese may yearn for a fairer form of government (don't we all) but Venezuela's crisis is not what's going on in Vietnam.

    Still, maybe the Vietnamese will cast off the collectivist's yoke?

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    1. If their commies hadn't given up ruling the South as they did the north in 1982 and slowly moved forward to where they are today, then it would probably be worst than North Korea now, but as long as the're living pretty well, I don't see much hope in the near future. Good and cheap place to live now as long as you aren't political and don't have guns. Big knives will do though.:) Thanks.

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