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PostPosted: Tue Nov 28, 2006 5:04 pm    Post subject: Kekeke Soviet Rush Reply with quote

I've been waiting to post this, but I wasn't sure:


As of Nov. 27th, Equador's national election is won by a leftist who would much gladly talk with the new emerging superpower, China, then the US.


now, this wouldn't be so much of a deal, except Equador's new turnover pretty much means ALL of South America is run by Socialist government which is fervently or mildly defensive of America policies. (But they don't even come close to the fervor you see in the middle east in terms of anti-Americanism, I assure you) So an entire continent is coming out of the American sphere of influence, with Brazil as the leader, with the largest population and economy out of all.

Brazil is run by a socialist leader who is very much liked by majority of the population, he recently won a re-election and is promising that Brazil will keep up with the healthy economy they have, so they can become the regional superpower in the coming decade. It is also trading more and more with China.

So, my question is this: It began in the Christmas eve of 1991, the American superiority and the prevailing of its conservatism. Is this an obvious sign that the left might be making a comeback? except unlike the Soviet era, less militaristically minded and with more money?
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 01, 2006 3:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yes. I believe that many countries have become disillusioned by many aspects of democracy; though the United States champions itself as the tough-and-true "DEMOCRACY!", it has made so many dangerous errors in its diplomacy with other countries that they're beginning to somewhat see aspects of democracy as extentions of America...who currently they're not exactly fans of.

Naturally, in lieu of an idea that originally was kinda cool but now doesn't ring as happily (like...smoking), people are bound to experiment...and I guess politics is the arena that is going to be tweaked a little bit.
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 05, 2014 10:45 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Some people need to experience on their own skin, that socialism and communism cause more evil than good.

If people in Latin America taste communist oppression in the way Stalin harassed half of Europe and Asia, they will miss the democracy they rejected.
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