Listen: Venezuela, CIA And Akron discussed on The Jim Bohannon Show
"Don't know what has done with a lot of that money. But the people of his Walea are it's like a third world country. It's really it's a tragedy because when I first went there, you know, Venezuela was gorgeous beautiful. I mean, like a European country, gorgeous. And right now, it's they can't get Melteke. Get what did they can't get diapers? They can't get bread. They can't get meat and it's just the it's just really terribly sad. Mary, absolutely sad. This is Bill in Akron, Ohio. Dude, I get Bill. I got Bill. There's bill. Hello, bill. Good evening. Hello. Yes, welcome. Yeah. The previous caller mentioned one of my topics I was going to bring up has the world's largest reserves voile, but is it the reason they're in economic distress because of the sanctions and boycotts around the world of, of their oil, they have country because the US has has instituted sanctions against them in one way or another. And we're able to sound they were able to sell the so many other places in. Unfortunately, people are very naive about what's happened to the people in Venezuela. What's happened there as I pointed out at the beginning Bill? They lost all their right of self-determination. They had all the people who were duly elected, whether they were like mayors, or state representatives, or council members or any of that. They were all lit. They were all, you know, lost their jobs and were replaced by people that were under charges to. Now muddle, they became like a military regime. And they had no, the people that would not like the broadcasters would not follow the, the CIA says rules on broadcasting. They were shut down. It was first RC TV, then Globovision than others. The, the"