MEP Mick Wallace supports Venezuela's pariah government. Why?



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The democracies in South America and internationally recognise the opposition in Venezuela as the government following the stolen election.Don't muddy the waters with your commie propaganda.
Bonkers. Totally bonkers.
 

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So you support dictators installed in power by the US and their allies in the EU.
Nice to have that clarified.

Be a dote, would you, and give us a few thoughts on Bolsonaro?

Guaido is supported by most of South America, most of the EU, the US, Canada and Australia. Maduro on the other hand is supported by Russia, China, Iraq and Syria , oh and Bolivia too. With friends like that, who needs enemies.
 

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Guaido is supported by most of South America, most of the EU, the US, Canada and Australia. Maduro on the other hand is supported by Russia, China, Iraq and Syria , oh and Bolivia too. With friends like that, who needs enemies.
Trumps America is a wonderful friend to have. You seem to be another one who has no problems with fascism.
 

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So you think the government won the election? Against all the evidence accepted by democracies? Are you being truthful about communism?
Yes. No evidence was provided.
 

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Has Mick gone closet communist going by his support for the pariah Venezuelan government? He looks a bit crazy in that wooly head of white hair, possibly a mid life crisis!
What motivated his guttersnipe insult of the Venezuelan opposition leader?
I believe that as a bankrupt developer he suffers from envy of those among his former developer associates who have become very rich. His attitude towards them is like the vindictiveness of a defrocked priest. His fantasies about confiscating their property has led him to become a convert to Marxism/closet communism.
Are his constituents aware of his radicalism?
There's no change here as regards Wallace - his reputation precedes him and if his constituents are not aware of it, that's their problem. 'Radicalism' is too kind a word for it. And when we're on the subject of Venezuela, our prospective next Taoiseach declared Maduro's last 'election' to have been fair and democratic, so Wallace has plenty of company in the 'gobshite' foreign affairs commentary market.

The only freely elected body in Venezuela is the National Assembly, of which Guaido is the Speaker, hence his recognition as the President in place of the beneficiary of a rigged election, Maduro. But needless to say the irony of complaining about a democratically elected parliament recognising another democratically elected assembly, rather than a dictator, would be utterly lost on a humourless clown like Wallace.
 

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There's no change here as regards Wallace - his reputation precedes him and if his constituents are not aware of it, that's their problem. 'Radicalism' is too kind a word for it. And when we're on the subject of Venezuela, our prospective next Taoiseach declared Maduro's last 'election' to have been fair and democratic, so Wallace has plenty of company in the 'gobshite' foreign affairs commentary market.

The only freely elected body in Venezuela is the National Assembly, of which Guaido is the Speaker, hence his recognition as the President in place of the beneficiary of a rigged election, Maduro. But needless to say the irony of complaining about a democratically elected parliament recognising another democratically elected assembly, rather than a dictator, would be utterly lost on a humourless clown like Wallace.
Who voted for the American backed clown to be President? All the Americans want is their natural resources and that scumbag will hand it over to them.
 

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Has Mick gone closet communist going by his support for the pariah Venezuelan government? He looks a bit crazy in that wooly head of white hair, possibly a mid life crisis!
What motivated his guttersnipe insult of the Venezuelan opposition leader?
I believe that as a bankrupt developer he suffers from envy of those among his former developer associates who have become very rich. His attitude towards them is like the vindictiveness of a defrocked priest. His fantasies about confiscating their property has led him to become a convert to Marxism/closet communism.
Are his constituents aware of his radicalism?
I think Mick gets elected by people who feel his election is a poke in the eye to the establishment. It's a childish and petulant impulse. His presence as an elected official of Ireland is embarrassing. Then again, #IrelandIsNotASeriousCountry
 

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I think Mick gets elected by people who feel his election is a poke in the eye to the establishment. It's a childish and petulant impulse. His presence as an elected official of Ireland is embarrassing. Then again, #IrelandIsNotASeriousCountry
You must’ve missed his contribution in our Dail.
 

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I'm sure that up to the moment he was discovered to have been stealing the election (or , rather, attempting to steal it, before he was rumbled and had to flee in ignominy) Wallace was a big supporter of Bolivia's Evo Morales too.
 

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I'm sure that up to the moment he was discovered to have been stealing the election (or , rather, attempting to steal it, before he was rumbled and had to flee in ignominy) Wallace was a big supporter of Bolivia's Evo Morales too.
Wow.
 

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Glad to see you supported the Irish Government for the last few years Daisy !
They were democratically elected... a hape of crap, but democratically elected. I wouldn't have supported a US backed coup against them and an illegally installed puppet dictator.

Glad to see you would.
 

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They were democratically elected... a hape of crap, but democratically elected. I wouldn't have supported a US backed coup against them and an illegally installed puppet dictator.

Glad to see you would.
It’s funny how a lot of our democrats have no problem with coups.
 

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Who voted for the American backed clown to be President? All the Americans want is their natural resources and that scumbag will hand it over to them.
Backed by most democracies in South America and the EU, not just the USA. But in your ignorance or blind neocommunism or hard left dogma, you didn't admit that.
 

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There's no change here as regards Wallace - his reputation precedes him and if his constituents are not aware of it, that's their problem. 'Radicalism' is too kind a word for it. And when we're on the subject of Venezuela, our prospective next Taoiseach declared Maduro's last 'election' to have been fair and democratic, so Wallace has plenty of company in the 'gobshite' foreign affairs commentary market.

The only freely elected body in Venezuela is the National Assembly, of which Guaido is the Speaker, hence his recognition as the President in place of the beneficiary of a rigged election, Maduro. But needless to say the irony of complaining about a democratically elected parliament recognising another democratically elected assembly, rather than a dictator, would be utterly lost on a humourless clown like Wallace.
Which next taoiseach? The accusation is so serious, I don't want to assume who it is though I have a shrewd idea.
 


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