#1
If you've been watching the news lately what's your opinion? Think this will lead to war because of Hugo Chavez?
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#6
basically this past weekend the second in command of las farc was killed on Ecuadorian soil violating it's airspace. now there's a conflict about this with venezuela and ecuador. both countries have sent forces to their borders.
#7
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If you've been watching the news lately what's your opinion? Think this will lead to war because of Hugo Chavez?


In short, no.
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basically this past weekend the second in command of las farc was killed on Ecuadorian soil violating it's airspace. now there's a conflict about this with venezuela and ecuador. both countries have sent forces to their borders.


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#9
south americas always been ****ed up if sepulturas taught me anything
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and i think i'll go with Cagnius on this one. He's an intelligent guy.
#11
Isn't it because of the fact that the Colombian forces went across the Ecuadorian border? and so Chavez said that if they did that in Venezuela they would run close to a war. Just threats I think, I don't think Chavez would give the US any reason to remove him from power, not that they haven't tried before. But it isn't just in S. America that it's happening, Turkish forces have entered northern Iraq chasing PKK rebels and have also been told to stop.
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#12
lol good old sepultura. and yeah ****s been ****ed up in Colombia for like 50 years because of las farc. this is my extended essay topic so that's why i'm curious as to what the pit thinks.
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Isn't it because of the fact that the Colombian forces went across the Ecuadorian border? and so Chavez said that if they did that in Venezuela they would run close to a war. Just threats I think, I don't think Chavez would give the US any reason to remove him from power, not that they haven't tried before. But it isn't just in S. America that it's happening, Turkish forces have entered northern Iraq chasing PKK rebels and have also been told to stop.


They conducted military operations in Iraq for 8 days and have pulled out, honoring their promise of a quick withdrawal.
Who dat?
#14
I doubt it'd lead to a war. Drug barons run Columbia and war isn't good for business.
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#15
I hope it leads to war and the end of dictatorship leftist anti UK/US governments
#16
that would suck if it did lead to war. i have a ****load of family in colombia and a colombian aunt that lives in venezuela =(
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I hope it leads to war and the end of dictatorship leftist anti UK/US governments

I like those governments.
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I hope it leads to war and the end of dictatorship leftist anti UK/US governments


Jackass.
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