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Objasnjavao mi nedavno kolega iz Brazila tamosnju politicku scenu i ceo ovaj karambol sa opozivom Dilme.

 

Mila majko, sve sami od grdnog oca i jos gore majke.

 

Ima taj detalj kako je predsednik skupstine otvoreno pretio da ce pustiti peticiju o opozivu na glasanje (on valjda ima diskreciono pravo da peticiju primi ili ne primi, a peticiju moze da napise bilo ko, kako sam shvatio) ukoliko se ne obustavi korupcionaska istraga protiv njega. Kada istraga nije obustavljena, peticija se nasla na dnevnom redu. A fora je u tome sto su isti ti napisali veoma slicnu peticiju za opoziv ovog Temera (jer za sve sto je kriva Rusef, kriv je i on, jer je sve on takodje potpisivao), ali gle cuda, to nije uvrsteno u dnevni red skupstine :lol::isuse: i tako dalje.

 

Ma  jasno. 

 

Rusefova je katastrofa a ovi  jos gori, i ovome ce ceo stadion u Riju da zvizdi, garantujem.

 

Jedino je bilo realno da sednu svi zajedno, podnesu ostavke, i da uslede opsti izbori za sve nivoe vlasti.

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www.mintpressnews.com/wikileaks-brazils-acting-president-michel-temer-us-diplomatic-informant/216425/

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Jadno u ovoj brazilskoj krizi je da 1 Maduro nekoga optuzuje za drzavni udar, kao i Korea (u zemlji gde se "ukrajinski scenario" desio 3 puta u roku od 10 godina, 1996-2005). 

 

Hocu da kazem da brazilska kriza nije produkt americkog mesetarenja i da je pozivanje na "americki imperijalizam" zamena teze i smokescreen za unutrasnje tenzije.

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Bas cudno da Temer ima veze sa ambasadama™, kako sam ja shvatio on je nesto kao brazilski Dinkic (ili Dacic), pa mu to ulazi u opis persone. Mislim da je to manje-vise irelevantno u ovom slucaju

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Maduro je u petak uveo vanredno stanje.

Jedna od mera je dozvola grupama gradjana koje nominuje policija da kontrolisu red po supermarketima i delovima grada.

Maduro je kreirao neustavnu pretorijansku gardu.

Ustav je, po svemu sudeci, prekrsen.

 

Opozicija skupila potpise da bi u proceduru usao referendum za smenu Madura ali na tehikalijama rezimska izborna komisija ne dozvoljava da proces predje u sledecu fazu.

 

Gradjanski rat sada ima vecu verovatnocu nego ikada, a "ukrajinski scenario" je u ovom slucaju sasvim legitiman buduci da je Maduro uveo potpuno samovlasce van Ustava.

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Maduro je u petak uveo vanredno stanje.

Jedna od mera je dozvola grupama gradjana koje nominuje policija da kontrolisu red po supermarketima i delovima grada.

Maduro je kreirao neustavnu pretorijansku gardu.

Ustav je, po svemu sudeci, prekrsen.

 

Opozicija skupila potpise da bi u proceduru usao referendum za smenu Madura ali na tehikalijama rezimska izborna komisija ne dozvoljava da proces predje u sledecu fazu.

 

Gradjanski rat sada ima vecu verovatnocu nego ikada, a "ukrajinski scenario" je u ovom slucaju sasvim legitiman buduci da je Maduro uveo potpuno samovlasce van Ustava.

What a surprise! iliti na BHS, Makobitorekao.

 

Kad će razjurit parlament i prekinut to eksperimentisanje s demokratijom? Narod Čemerički imperijalizam ne smije pobijediti!

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Opozicija skupila potpise da bi u proceduru usao referendum za smenu Madura ali na tehikalijama rezimska izborna komisija ne dozvoljava da proces predje u sledecu fazu.

 

Gradjanski rat sada ima vecu verovatnocu nego ikada, a "ukrajinski scenario" je u ovom slucaju sasvim legitiman buduci da je Maduro uveo potpuno samovlasce van Ustava.

+1 oterati magarca, pa neka u miru uzgaja pilice.

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http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-05-19/venezuela-prepares-for-biggest-military-exercise-in-history

Venezuela is preparing for the biggest military exercises in its history this Saturday after the South American country’s government said it’s on high alert as the opposition pushes for a recall referendum on President Nicolas Maduro.

 

“Venezuela is threatened,” Defense Minister Vladimir Padrino Lopez said on state television Thursday. “This is the first time we are carrying out an exercise of this nature in the country. In terms of national reach, it’s going to be in every strategic region.”

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kadimdodjumurikancicvjetatcecvijece

 

Zato sada imaju cenu pirinca od 3 dinara, ali, jebi ga, nema pirinca, piva, toalet papira, piletine, secera... 

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Ni slučajno ne sme da se održi referendum o predsedniku koji je ostvario ovako fantastične rezultate, to je američka zla izmišljotina.

 

Venezuela’s embattled president Nicolas Maduro is “mad as a goat”, according to Uruguay’s former leader Jose ‘Pepe’ Mujica.

 

Mujica’s comments came after Maduro accused the head of the Organisation of American States (OAS) of being a “traitor” and CIA agent.

 

“They’re all crazy in Venezuela,” Mujica said. “I have great respect for Maduro, but that doesn’t mean I can’t say ‘You’re crazy, you’re as mad as a goat.’”

 

Maduro responded at a party rally, telling his supporters: “Yes, I’m mad as a goat, it’s true. I’m mad with love for Venezuela, for the Bolivarian Revolution, for Chavez and his example.”

 

Venezuela’s government is grappling with street protests, a shrinking economy, chronic food shortages, and power cuts.

 

Maduro, who says that the country’s problems are caused by rightwingers and foreign plots, has resisted opposition calls for a referendum on his rule.

 

http://www.gulf-times.com/story/494148/Maduro-mad-as-a-goat-Mujica

 

Kad narodna vojska drži trećinu ministarstava, TV stanicu i dobar deo privrede, to može da donese samo dobro.

 

Of the government's 30 ministries, 10 are held by active or retired military men.

 

They include the ministries for food, for agricultural production and land, and for fishing and aquaculture -- key portfolios during Venezuela's current food crisis.

 

The opposition-controlled Congress last month ordered that Food Minister Rodolfo Marco Torres be fired for the severe lack of basic food stocks.

 

But the Supreme Court, stacked with judges loyal to Maduro, voided that measure.

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The military owns businesses including a television network, a bank, a vehicle assembly enterprise and a construction company.

 

In February, it created a new oil, mining and gas industrial group called CAMIMPEG.

 

The entity handles some activities already managed by the state-owned PDVSA oil company such as terms maintaining oil wells, and selling and distributing mining, petrochemical, oil and gas products.

 

Maduro said CAMIMPEG was part of an array of companies set up to challenge private interests in Venezuela that he accuses of waging an "economic war."

 

http://www.digitaljournal.com/news/world/venezuela-s-armed-forces-are-political-too/article/465876

 

A i ono malo preostalih privatnih vlasniak fabrika nema šta da se pitaju da li im se isplati proizvodnja u hiperinflaciji i uz kontrolisane cene - pravedni Maduro im ostavlja izbor da sami odluče hoće li da svojevoljno propadnu ili da im fabrike budu oduzete.

 

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Sunday told a crowd of supporters that in order to increase productivity and help alleviate basic products scarcity, all businesses and factories closed down by their owners would be given to the workers so production could be restarted.

“A stopped factory (is) a factory turned over to the people, the moment to do it has come, I'm ready to do it to radicalize the Revolution,” said Maduro.

Maduro has accused the factory owners of deliberately sabotaging production in order to cause harm to the government.

http://www.telesurtv.net/english/news/Maduro-Orders-Shuttered-Factories-Seized-and-Given-to-Workers-20160515-0016.html
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Zato sada imaju cenu pirinca od 3 dinara, ali, jebi ga, nema pirinca, piva, toalet papira, piletine, secera... 

 

Kapiram da je glupo pitanje, ali koji je razlog da nemaju svoju proizvodnju? Nas je 90ih spaslo selo, ali je uvek bila problem nafta. A ovi sede na nafti, možda ne mogu da je prodaju nešto, ali valjda mogu da je natoče u traktore?

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Što te to čudi, ako ih ludaci na vlasti teraju da prodaju po ceni nižoj od proizvodne?

 

Još malo o 1 vrlo zdravoj atmosferi u toj zemlji:

 

Because of insanely high prices for basic ingredients, bakeries have started shutting down because they can no longer afford flour, which is leading to a very scarce food situation and long bread lines, according to USA Today. And if history has shown us one thing, it’s that the shit usually hits the fan when bread gets too expensive.

In a tweet earlier this month, Ramon Muchacho, mayor of the Caracas district of Chacao, claimed that residents of the capital are resorting to various forms of urban hunting in order to subsist. “People are hunting dogs and cats in the streets, and pigeons in the plazas to eat,” he tweeted.

While these claims have yet to be verified, massive grocery lines, looting, and robberies for food have become widespread, according to numerous reports. “We have no food. They are cutting power four hours a day. Crime is soaring. And [President Nicolás] Maduro blames everyone but himself for the mess we find ourselves in,” unemployed construction worker Roberto Sanchez told USA Today. “We can’t go on like this forever. Something has to give.”

As if that weren’t bad enough, President Maduro is threatening to lock up factory owners who have halted production because of their inability to buy raw materials. The threat came after largest food and beverage distributor, Empresas Polar, shut down its last operational beer factory. In fact, Maduro went as far as accusing such producers of “sabotaging the country.”

While some politicians in the country are downplaying the severity of the growing food shortage, even inciting fellow Venezuelans to eat fried rocks instead, such taunts are ill-advised. Take away a people’s beer and bread with poor monetary policy, and be prepared to deal with the consequences.

https://munchies.vice.com/en/articles/this-is-how-bad-venezuelas-food-shortage-has-become

 

Detaljnije o ovom venecuelanskom Branku Kostiću koji je korijenje apgrejdovao u kamenje:
 

A Venezuelan Governor Is Telling Hungry People to Eat Fried Rocks

 

As the headless and non-corporeal specter of Marie Antoinette would be all too happy to inform you, there is pretty much nothing your disenfranchised subjects like to hear more from your delicately celestial lips than an insightful remark about how any hunger they might feel is solely due to their own ineptitude at recognizing what they can actually eat.

 

Unfortunately for Venezuela’s increasingly hunger-stricken populace, Francisco Rangel, governor of the state of Bolívar, seems to have at least this in common with the iconic and decapitated Queen of France. The governor actually had the gall to tell listeners of his radio program this Tuesday that Venezuelans should not “yield to temptation” in the face of widespread food shortages. In fact, the governor said, they totally shouldn’t worry about a lack of flour, sardines, or anything else seemingly fit for human consumption.

 

Instead, the former president of the state-owned mining conglomerate, Corporación Venezolana de Guayana, said that the exorbitant prices of foodstuffs in Venezuela were due to governmentally “induced inflation” and part of an ongoing economic war between the current government—run by Nicolas Maduro, who had previously served as Vice President under Hugo Chávez—and the opposition party. “Now that prices are sky-high, we need to fight against this together. Let them not feel like they have beaten us,” said Rangel enthusiastically.

 

So, what in the hell are patriotic Venezuelans to eat in desperate times? Why, rocks of course. Lots and lots of rocks. “Let them take away whatever they want. We are capable of eating a stick, or instead of frying two eggs, fry two rocks, and we will eat fried rocks,” he stated. “But no one can beat us.”

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https://munchies.vice.com/en/articles/a-venezuelan-governor-is-telling-hungry-people-to-eat-fried-rocks

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Kapiram da je glupo pitanje, ali koji je razlog da nemaju svoju proizvodnju? Nas je 90ih spaslo selo, ali je uvek bila problem nafta. A ovi sede na nafti, možda ne mogu da je prodaju nešto, ali valjda mogu da je natoče u traktore?

 

Pitanje uospte nije glupo.

Mi, recimo, imamu samodovoljnu poljoprivredu - pirinac, meso, mleko, pletina, secer, povrce, vecina voca - sve je domace. Postoji ta tradicija hacijendi i krupnih zemljovlasnika (ne vise) koja je oduvek odrzavala poljoprivredu. 

 

Venecuela nije proizvodila nista, a onda je sezdesetih i sedamdesetih dosla nafta pa su se kao pijani milioneri kupali u viskiju i uvozu a Caracas bio prestonica luksuza Juzne Amerike.

Zasto i pre nafte nije proizvodila nista, pojma nemam.

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So, what in the hell are patriotic Venezuelans to eat in desperate times? Why, rocks of course. Lots and lots of rocks. “Let them take away whatever they want. We are capable of eating a stick, or instead of frying two eggs, fry two rocks, and we will eat fried rocks,” he stated. “But no one can beat us.”

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Ah, ješće korijenje.

Verovatno i ovi iznose pare iz zemlje dok poručuju ljudima da se okrenu fotosintezi.

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