When we say the government and its chiefs Trump, Obama, Bush, Clinton.... We are talking about leaders elected by the people. Those who voted for Trump knew exactly what they were getting as with the brexiteers in the UK. In other words, sometimes we focus all the blame on elected officials and forget that they are a reflection of their electorate, not just lobbyists. We can see this when politicians go Rambo in their first term and still manage to secure a second term for presidents, and multiple terms in the legislative branches. If there was enough support and energy for independent candidates free from the shackles of the main parties, even corporate America couldn't prevent it. The problem with empires are people become spoilt and set in their ways. They tend to cling to archaic ideas or value the status quo over the instability that may arise from shaking up a political system and coming to terms with cultural defects. But eventually external factors begin disturbing the status quo internally. It will happen at some point.Crusader in Chief wants to starve Venezuela's Catholic chidden to death for regime change.
Why? For ExxonMobil to do busine$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ there... Why let born again Christian Bush do better then him in Iraq.
Different Crusaders. Same game...
US President Donald Trump has repeatedly suggested deploying warships along Venezuela’s coast to enforce a naval blockade, a report claims, citing officials. Trump earlier signaled he was eyeing the move, but was short on details.www.rt.com
‘Prevent anything going in’: Report claims Trump repeatedly considered Venezuela blockade
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