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All Hell Breaks Loose In Venezuela, GM Plant Illegally Seized

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I think I heard on infowars from I think  or maybe not there but people are saying that the world bank is waiting watching to step in? who knows anything  about this?

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I'm sure that once they get the right people in charge, Socialism will work. That'll be the very next time, because they've already tried everyone else!

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The irony was a little too ironic, I guess.
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Just now, PersonFromPorlock said:

I'm sure that once they get the right people in charge, Socialism will work.

And I'm sure it won't.

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Okay... who moved Venezuela to Europe without asking first?

Come on... admit it... I know one of you is responsible!

*looks around sternly*

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2 minutes ago, PersonFromPorlock said:

I'm sure that once they get the right people in charge, Socialism will work.

Do you think that the people there want that , again?

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2 minutes ago, LV-426 said:

Okay... who moved Venezuela to Europe without asking first?

Come on... admit it... I know one of you is responsible!

*looks around sternly*

what? did it not say other world news? too?

 

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GM and other automakers have been experiencing problems in Venezuela caused by the country's shaky economy for some time.

 

They should have got out earlier.

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a little help please mod? can we move it to the right place or not? it doesn't matter,right? does it?

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1 minute ago, freetoroam said:

GM and other automakers have been experiencing problems in Venezuela caused by the country's shaky economy for some time.

 

They should have got out earlier.

Do you think maybe they stayed to get some sort of claim/ or something? It doesn't make any sense why they stayed, I agree.

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Maduro is telling the people that this is a U.S backed coup. That's a lie.  George Soro's is behind it, if anyone is to be blamed because  that is what Soro's does to nations.

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Mother of all protests? What an inaccurate title.

Venezuela has been doing this for years. Companies are sticking around to hope for a positive change.

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13 minutes ago, Timonthy said:

Mother of all protests? What an inaccurate title.

Venezuela has been doing this for years. Companies are sticking around to hope for a positive change.

I didn't make the title, but I did re-post it.  I think that when it comes down to that in a nation that was doing good at one time, and when we see what the rioters are trying to cause in our own nation,  it does become the mother of all protests in a sense. My entire point for posting this was to try & bring awareness to people that this is want they want for America too. For all nations to surrender to a one world financial system.

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29 minutes ago, rashore said:

There are links in the above  youtube video, you would have to click on the title not  just the play button in order to view the links to articles. usually they always share/have links in videos  if people were unaware of that.

eta

Dahboo7 only had one in this video but it has several other articles in that one link.

http://undergroundworldnews.com/

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Venezuela is a mafia state, what do you expect.  

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51 minutes ago, PersonFromPorlock said:

I'm sure that once they get the right people in charge, Socialism will work.

lol, i got your irony, however, socialism and communism are great and working, just not with humans. 

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1 minute ago, aztek said:

lol, i got your irony, however, socialism and communism are great and working, just not with humans. 

Maybe for a small community it could work, like when the settlers first arrived here in America? I could see where it was needed but I also can see where that sense of compassion has become a tool I think for something other.

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42 minutes ago, Timonthy said:

Mother of all protests? What an inaccurate title.

Venezuela has been doing this for years. Companies are sticking around to hope for a positive change.

Hey, from what I just realized is that they recently had there " The Mother Of All Marches"  .I guess that's why they're calling it what they are.

 

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2 hours ago, Ellapennella said:

Do you think maybe they stayed to get some sort of claim/ or something? It doesn't make any sense why they stayed, I agree.

Maybe, but they will not get very far:

But its legal recourse against the Venezuelan government is likely limited, said Peter Quinter, Miami-based chair of the law firm Gray Robinson's Customs and International Trade Law Group.

"They can go to the courts here in the United States and try to seek action, but that really is not going to be effective unless the Venezuelan government has some assets here” that could be seized as compensation, Quinter said. "I don't see that happening."

http://www.freep.com/story/money/cars/general-motors/2017/04/20/general-motors-venezuela-plant-seized/100685120/4

 

I believe they just got not be bothered to do any thing at the time as Venezuela was not their priority:

General Motors Co. (NYSE:GM, TSX: GMM) and its partners produce vehicles in 30 countries, and the company has leadership positions in the world's largest and fastest-growing automotive markets. 

https://www.gm.com/investors/earnings-releases.html

 

 

but it has now happened---they really should not act surprised, they just were not quick enough to get out:

GM's revenue in South America has dropped from more than $13 billion in 2014 to $7.2 billion last year primarily because of falling sales in Brazil and Venezuela, according to the company's annual report. The automaker also appeared to anticipate that the government might some day seize the plant.

http://www.freep.com/story/money/cars/general-motors/2017/04/20/general-motors-venezuela-plant-seized/100685120/4

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