Uh no, My interactions with S. America people there love the U.S. So keep dreaming about the world hating us. [/quote]
People being courteous doesn’t mean they don’t have issues with your foreign policy. I mean, you probably don’t like Hezbollah but are you gonna be rude to a Lebanese you meet? Also, you probaly didn’t care to have a discussion with people in favelas.
Well, that’s 2 years too many if you ask me.
I totally agree with you that he moved from an idealistic soft handed attitude to a tough guy stance after the coup. No denying that.
But disappearing people is hardly evidence. And that is what I asked for.
He’s friends with a great deal of latin American populist leaders. Castro just happens to be one of them.
Sure, but what are you DOING about it?
Ha! That is really a funny way of putting it. The poor are the majority around the world.
That’s more like it.
The prevailing belief out there puts the blame on economic policies of liberalism and the subsidiaries of the US treasurery (IMF, World Bank) for the ever-growing gap between the haves and the have-nots. Hence, the populist anti-US wave of elected presidents in the region.
Yeah, it’s a pity that CEO won’t afford his fifth private jet with gold-plated bathrooms.
True enough. What you fail to point out is that any kind of regime is made on the back of the poor. They’re the backbone!
Take my word for it. The Saudis are a LOT worse than Chavez.