• Clyde Duncan  On December 19, 2019 at 4:46 am

    Mr. Hamaludin: I would correct this notion of the so-called “world’s military-industrial-political complexes” – it is a “complex” – these war machines are more connected than is observable by a detached bystander.

    A closer look at the weaponry would reveal they all use the same equipment, with some upgrades – here and there.

    How to rein in the world’s military-industrial-political complex?

    — and stop normalizing war?

    — That is another question – a tall order!!

    These guys are trained to maim and kill people and you want to disagree with them??

    Kill their business??

    Reminds me of the Hippies of the 1960s and 1970s …. And Woodstock.

    Flowers in their hair – Give Peace a Chance …. I like what you write about!

  • Kman  On December 26, 2019 at 11:44 am

    No kidding! Too bad the dead is not from the invading military. American military are cowards as they are scared to fight ‘hand to hand’ battles. Most would soil their uniforms before firing a single shot.

  • Trevor  On December 26, 2019 at 4:04 pm

    Every critic of the oil contract should read this man’s article to understand why going against AmeriKKKa is a bad idea. Companies such as Exxon and Monsanto are extensions of the AmeriKKKan government due to a revolving door arrangement (i.e. Rex Tillerson was a Exxon Chair, and he was a former staff for Trump, or Monsanto’s employees being hired to work in the FDA).

    AmeriKKKa can print money like nothing and fund war. They have to secure natural resources to grow the empire.

    If you think that the opposition or Robert Badal can stand up against the AmeriKKKan empire and change the oil contract, ask Iraq, Venezuela and Libya what happened to them when they demanded more for their oil.

    Before any critic could say anything, AmeriKKKa would find a way to punish them. They did that with Chavez and Ghaddafi.

  • kman  On December 26, 2019 at 9:30 pm

    Russia, China and others will bring the american regime to its’ feet later. The world may be in the say position as it is now, but it will be Karma in action.

    • Trevor  On December 28, 2019 at 4:23 pm

      The Chinese are buying up lakefront property here, and also in many of the CARICOM islands, especially in Jamaica.

      Jamaican yaad man been on the video saying that Chinese are doing that (buying up oceanfront property) to use as ports and bring a presence to America.

      They also said that Venezuela is a key player in this because of the oil. It is no co-incidence that suddenly Exxon is finding all of these massive oil finds after decades exploring for oil. It’s not a co-incidence that the oil discoveries are being told when Venezuela is collapsing.

      America loves it’s cheap oil and they are here, in Guyana, for the oil to use for their empire (which is why there is so much hate against the Haitians—Americans have brainwashed a certain group of people in Guyana).

      Forget about a 12.5% share of profits or whatnot. Many here lament that Exxon took the oil, and that the money will not trickle down. America is hungry for oil, and they have it in the Guiana basin. Now they want the 350 billion barrel Orinoco Basin to seize from Venezuela.

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