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RUSSIANS CLAIM U.S. TROOPS IN COLOMBIA AND PUERTO RICO READY TO ATTACK VENEZUELA

America's PC-compliant army is ready to unleash Hell.
The Russian government has claimed that there has been a build-up of U.S. forces in Colombia and Puerto Rico in preparation for an invasion of Venezuela. The comments came from Nikolai Patrushev, the secretary of Russia’s Security Council on Tuesday (26th Feb). 

Speaking to the media, Patrushev claimed that special ops forces were being deployed in Puerto Rico, a mere 553 miles away from Caracas, and Colombia, which borders Venezuela to the West.   

As reported by Russia Today:

"The US is “preparing for a military invasion” in Venezuela, Nikolai Patrushev told Russian media on Tuesday.

"The relocation of American special forces’ units to Puerto Rico, the deployment of the US Army units to Colombia and other facts evidently show that Pentagon is enhancing its military in the region in order to use it in ousting… President [Nicolas] Maduro.

“The people of Venezuela understand this clearly,” Patrushev said, adding that this notion increases popular support for Maduro and drives the government to reject the aid offered by “an aggressor state.”

Recently U.S. National Security Adviser John Bolton -- a total Neocon PoS -- was photographed with a notepad that read 5,000 troops to Colombia. Patrushev's claims would appear to back up this leaked information.


If it comes to fighting, US forces will face off against a Venezuelan army of 426,000 men and avoid losing 241 men in the battle -- as this was the same number of men they lost in the 1983 Beirut Barracks Bombing

After that incident, the US decided to throw in the towel and pull out of the Lebanon, as the "human cost" was simply too high. Even though Venezuela is bigger than Lebanon and has plenty of oil, it is a lot less vital to Israeli interests, so the readiness of America to take casualties in this case can be considered quite limited.  

Meanwhile, on the other side of the world, President Trump is doing all he can do to win the Nobel Peace Prize. 



These two things -- the military build up and the peace process  with Korea -- don't quite go together. The question that has to be asked then is: Who's really running America's foreign policy?

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