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DrCereal says2017-10-18T01:57:10.7764509Z
@History_Soldier I wasn't saying you supported the proposition.
DrCereal says2017-10-22T00:34:34.4784049Z
@Debating_Horse It's dangerous that your solution is violence.
Debating_Horse says2017-10-22T00:38:14.0825858Z
Well, I for one think it would be better for them. DrCereal, do you think those people there enjoy socialism? I've seen many videos where they complain, I think giving them weapons rather than invading the country is a better solution. That is exactly what they want too, to take away guns so revolution cannot be possible. We give them guns in secret, a secret and large army should overthrow the socialist government.
DrCereal says2017-10-25T18:47:57.7146348Z
Why is invasion (or training rebels) always a common suggestion when there's an undesirable government in power in a country? We should stay out of it. All we're going to do is start another conflict.
Debating_Horse says2017-10-25T20:18:01.5112743Z
There has been many imperialist countries. How would the governments even know that other countries are funding rebellious groups? Start another conflict? Like a guerrilla war? Or a large scale war?
DrCereal says2017-10-26T00:57:17.5630842Z
"Like a guerrilla war? Or a large scale war?" Good question, that's why I used the more ambiguous word "conflict". I believe that any violence derived from our nosiness is bad. And I was referring to a conflict between the rebels and the standing army.
Debating_Horse says2017-10-26T03:10:09.7133874Z
Makes sense, thank you. Yes very true indeed that from unnecessary involvement in a foreign country's problems, rebellion (violence) can occur. And It would be pointless to take such action anyways too, waste of money, time, and life, increasing the image of the U.S as an imperialist nation, pushing democracy and capitalism everywhere when a socialist country arises. There must be a solution to Venezuela's problem! Maybe without violence!
DrCereal says2017-10-26T13:13:44.7683337Z
I just want you to know that Venezuela is not a socialist country (I think 60-70% of their economy is still private sector), and socialism isn't incompatible with democracy.
Debating_Horse says2017-10-26T20:13:15.5176633Z
I've googled it, and a there was a mix of "socialist Venezuela" and "Venezuela's problem" I think it has been made clear through your comment. But which source in the google search result most reliable? Take a look here: https://www.Google.Com/search?Newwindow=1&rlz=1CALEAE_enUS751US751&ei=ukDyWcP_A8rxmAH0mIvgDQ&q=is+venezuela+socialist&oq=isVenezuela&gs_l=psy-ab.3.2.0i7i30k1l2j0i13k1l2j0i7i30k1j0i13k1l3j0i7i30k1j0i13k1.11690.11747.0.17726. (Sorry for the large URL).
DrCereal says2017-10-27T00:55:04.3921655Z
I'm not sure why, but I was unable to locate headings you're referring to. Could you just link the webpages?
Debating_Horse says2017-10-27T23:31:51.2118312Z
Alright, Here are some: [http://nypost.Com/2017/08/01/venezuela-a-nation-devoured-by-socialism/] [https://extranewsfeed.Com/socialism-but-look-at-venezuela-debunking-anti-socialist-propaganda-w-actual-logic-de587c1a299a] [https://www.Pastemagazine.Com/articles/2017/06/whats-the-matter-with-venezuela-its-not-socialism.Html] [https://www.Washingtonpost.Com/news/global-opinions/wp/2017/01/05/as-socialist-venezuela-collapses-socialist-bolivia-thrives-heres-why/?Utm_term=.868a75fc382b] [http://dailysignal.Com/2017/08/02/socialism-destroyed-venezuela/] I wonder if there is a way to link pages, but I am not sure how to do that. Your browser also affects it too. I use google chrome, I highlight the whole link, then right click to click on "go to :https://www.Sample.Com" Try to view the links if possible!
DrCereal says2017-10-29T22:37:32.8834155Z
Given the websites you just showed me, I would declare that none of them should be adhered to as truth. I base my conclusion (though it isn't settled. If you properly demonstrated to me the Venezuela is Socialist, then I wouldn't continue saying that it isn't.) off of the fact that Venezuela's economy is still primarily dominated by the private sector. That is not an attribute of a socialist economy.
Debating_Horse says2017-10-30T03:25:56.5767359Z
I guess I would say that is true.

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