Military Review

Colombia - a foothold for US operations against Venezuela

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The arrests of the Colombian "paramilitares" in Venezuela are not perceived as sensational. There are more such cases. The reasons why the militants methodically, skillfully disguised as merchants, seasonal workers or tourists, penetrate the country do not raise questions. They are used by the enemies of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in the framework of a wide conspiracy coordinated by the special services of the United States and NATO countries to overthrow the legally elected government.


Previously, the Paramilitares fought in the ranks of the AUC, the United Colombian Self-Defense Forces, created by the Colombian military intelligence to counter the methods of terror by the left-Marxist guerrilla forces of FARC and ELN. The formal “disarmament” of the AUC in Colombia did not lead to their complete demobilization. Now they are used to combat the "populist" regimes. A significant part of the AUC units was “re-targeted” by the CIA residency and advisers to the US military mission to address the specific tasks of destabilizing Venezuela. Only in June in the states of Tachira and Portuguesa were captured two groups of "paramilitares", whose leaders are well known in Colombia for their bloody "feats". There is an active search for militants of the third group, which operates in Caracas. There is evidence of the presence of other armed AUC cells operating in the country. As stated by Venezuelan Interior Minister Miguel Rodriguez Torres, the investigation showed that the “paramilitaries” kept in touch with the ultra-right circles of the Venezuelan opposition and prepared an assassination attempt on President Nicolas Maduro. Seized explosives, arsenal of firearms weapons, including a Buschmaster rifle with a telescopic sight, dozens of boxes with cartridges, grenades, Venezuelan military uniforms - direct evidence of this.

Similar events in Venezuela were already in 2004, when law enforcement officers in the vicinity of Caracas arrested 150 "paramilitaries" who had entered the country to attack the presidential palace, kill Hugo Chávez and imitate the "uprising" of the military, in order to facilitate the seizure of power by radical opposition. At the present stage, internal and external conspirators place emphasis on inciting public discontent with the artificially created shortage of essential goods, hiding them in secret warehouses or smuggling into neighboring countries, primarily Colombia. Venezuela’s media continues to fan the topic of “rampant crime” and “the inability of the government of Nicolas Maduro to cope with it.” For this, in particular, falsified “murder statistics” are used. Numerous facts of the involvement of professional Colombian "killers" in the killings in the border states of Venezuela are ignored. According to the police and counter-intelligence agencies of Venezuela, terrorist actions of this kind in Caracas and other major cities are encouraged by the US special services.

The “fifth column” was particularly active in the oil state of Zulia, which is traditionally considered to be “separatist”. The residencies of the CIA and US military intelligence in Colombia over the past years carried out measures to strengthen the "centrifugal tendencies" in the state, spurring local elite conflicts with the central government, promoting to the "popular masses" the thesis that "Republic of Zulia" will have a higher standard of living as an independent state. The actions of sabotage in Zulia have indeed become alarming. President Maduro has recently and repeatedly met with the governor of the state of Francisco Arias to discuss measures to curb the smuggling of gasoline and food products, to establish an uninterrupted power supply, which is extremely important for this hottest region of the country.

Further destabilization of the border states of Venezuela and the growth of protests of the radical opposition in Caracas should become a pretext for the direct intervention of the United States in the internal affairs of the country. To this end, the necessary supporting infrastructure has already been created along the perimeter of the border with Venezuela. The pilots of the United States in the framework of the joint Colombian-American exercises thoroughly mastered the theater of future operations. In a recent publication on the website Aporrea.org, photographs of the contrails of combat aircraft were displayed, which worked off attacks from Colombian territory in the direction of Venezuela. In a number of cases, American intelligence officers used drones for “operational tracking” of Venezuelan territory and identifying the location of mythical partisan camps.

The famous Venezuelan journalist José Vicente Rangel reported that the opposition intends to acquire combat aircraft, which will be used for the armed seizure of power. In late May, representatives of the “irreconcilable opposition”, including the former leaders of the state-owned oil company PDVSA, held talks on this issue with members of the directorate of one of the aircraft companies in San Antonio (Texas) and signed a contract for the supply of vehicles no later than November of this year. Rangel noted that the aircraft will be deployed at one of the US bases in Colombia and used in the aggression planned against Venezuela with the involvement of mercenaries.

Against the backdrop of a heightened anti-Bolivarian campaign, Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos held more than an hour-long meeting with former Venezuelan presidential candidate Enrique Capriles. As it is known, Capriles refused to recognize the election results, called on supporters for active protests, which resulted in the death of fifteen Bolivarians. The hostility of the position taken by Santos is more than obvious to Caracas. According to reports, the Colombian agreed to meet with Capriles on the recommendation of Washington, who, through Vice President Joe Biden, promised Santos generous “compensation,” including through the deepening of Colombia’s cooperation with NATO. Santos took this promise with optimism unjustified for such an experienced politician and said that negotiations on joining the North Atlantic Alliance would begin soon: “Already this month, NATO will sign an agreement with the Colombian government and the Ministry of Defense to initiate a process of convergence, cooperation with an eye to our entry into this organization. "

Protests were not long in coming. The ALBA member countries (the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Latin America) unitedly opposed these plans of the oligarchic circles and the military of Colombia, fraught with upheavals for the entire region. NATO is an instrument of imperial expansion. Swinging open the door for this organization is a crime. It is enough to name the countries subjected to the "democratizing bombardments" of NATO - from Yugoslavia to Syria, to recall the millions of victims and the terrible destruction in Europe, Asia and Africa, in order to understand the acuteness of the indignation that swept through Latin America. NATO representatives disavowed Santos words in Brussels: "We remember the merits of the Colombian special forces in operations in Afghanistan, but for formal reasons, because of the geographical location of Colombia, not adjacent to the North Atlantic region, its full membership in the Alliance is impossible."

The Colombian leadership had to adjust the position. Secretary of Defense Juan Carlos Pinzón stressed that Colombia claims only to follow the lead of New Zealand, Australia and other countries and to build a partnership with NATO.

There is no doubt that Colombia’s readiness to deepen the “partnership” will be tested by Washington and the Pentagon on the fronts of the struggle against the “Bolivarian regime”. The main goal is by no means inflicting military and political defeat on the regime in Venezuela because of its supposedly insufficient democracy and neglect of human rights. We are talking about the capture of Venezuelan hydrocarbon deposits, the strategic nature of which for the fate of the empire is not in doubt. Analysts in Venezuela often say that disastrous forecasts of the depletion of global oil, gas and oil shale reserves are irrelevant to their country. In the underground storage of Venezuela and its marine shelf, hydrocarbons, even with intensive exploitation, will last for many decades. That is why the United States prefers a force option to resolve problems with Venezuela. Instead of building civilized relations with the legitimately elected Bolivarian government, as many countries whose oil producing companies operate successfully in Venezuela, Washington considers power to be the main argument for "dialogue." Pentagon, Southern Command with its Fourth fleet and special services that have thoroughly mastered the technique of total terrorism - all this is involved by the empire in the Venezuelan direction.

In these circumstances, the treacherous role of the ruling circles of Colombia in relation to the integration processes in the region, the further development of Latin American regional organizations, as well as the implementation of the South American security system project of a defensive nature is becoming more and more obvious.
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  1. cartridge
    cartridge 21 June 2013 18: 45
    +4
    I hope that the heirs of Hugo Chavez, having received Russian weapons and military equipment, will be able to defend the independence of Venezuela and tapping on the ears of the Colombian henchmen of the United States.
    1. atalef
      atalef 21 June 2013 19: 30
      -2
      Quote: cartridge
      I hope that the heirs of Hugo Chavez, having received Russian weapons and military equipment, will be able to defend the independence of Venezuela and tapping on the ears of the Colombian henchmen of the United States.

      Venezuela will either change course (forget Hugo's socialism) or simply go bankrupt.
      1. smile
        smile 21 June 2013 21: 00
        +3
        atalef (
        If she changes course, very soon she will turn into a puppet like Panama or Columbia. Because people who advocate a change of course are proteges of the United States, I hope this is not a secret for you? ... it is unlikely that you want Israel to play the role of a mongrel on a US rope (regularly stolen), why should they want this for themselves?
        1. atalef
          atalef 21 June 2013 21: 08
          +1
          Quote: smile
          If she changes course, very soon she will turn into a puppet like Panama or Columbia. Because people who advocate a change of course are proteges of the United States

          All to one? It’s strange. like no toilet paper. So are not satisfied US proteges, but are satisfied with a finger wiped?

          Quote: smile
          I hope this is not a secret for you?

          The secret for me is your nickname - written in American laughing belay

          Quote: smile
          why should they wish this for themselves?

          they probably really want to eat, but crime for less (as it was before socialism), but more work, and inflation would be somehow curbed. And then you don’t feed yourself with tanks and Kalash. Oil is the largest in the world, and everything else is tuches. (find the translation - if you don’t guess)
          1. smile
            smile 21 June 2013 21: 42
            +2
            atalef
            You can write me down as a Hebrew scholar, I know the meaning of this word. :)))
            About the proteges, I said not because all the dissatisfied proteges. but because discontented leaders are ministers who do not hide their orientation toward the United States, as well as consultations with them.
            What, you will argue that if the protest movement wins, its leader comes to power? Or do you pretend you don’t understand?
            Regarding the difficult situation in the economy. You hopefully remember that Chavez aroused the US anger not by socialism, but by the fact that control over oil production and sales was taken out of corporations owned mainly by the United States and all oil revenues became Venezuela .... you think the United States with they have resigned themselves to this and in no way affect the country's economy ... nobly do not want or cannot? :))) Well, you are smart, you must understand this. To understand that not all the troubles of Venezuela from the mistakes of its leadership, the lion's share is the result of an undeclared war ...
            By the way, you didn’t say whether you would like Israel to play the role of an American mongrel like Colombia, and would you even share your sovereignty with the United States if they asked you to ... just as convincingly as they asked Venezuela?
            1. atalef
              atalef 22 June 2013 08: 28
              +1
              Quote: smile
              You can write me down as a Hebrew scholar, I know the meaning of this word. :)))

              To my great regret I have to refuse you this - this is Yiddish request

              Quote: smile
              because the leaders of dissatisfied leaders are those who do not hide their orientation toward the United States, as well as consultations with them.

              Well, socialism in Venisuela somehow undersigned its own insolvency and almost 50% of those who voted against Maduro (and this is something like only after 3 months after the death of Chavez) confirmation
              Quote: smile
              owned primarily by the US and all oil revenues became Venezuela

              Strange, but before that they lived better - that’s the paradox

              Quote: smile
              To understand that not all the troubles of Venezuela from the mistakes of its leadership, the lion's share is the result of an undeclared war ...

              Everything is from the leadership, and 60% of the oil went for sale in the USA as it goes.

              Quote: smile
              By the way, you didn’t say whether you would like Israel to play the role of an American mongrel like Colombia, and would you even share your sovereignty with the United States if they asked you to ... just as convincingly as they asked Venezuela?

              How old are you ? What a childish babble.
            2. atalef
              atalef 22 June 2013 10: 49
              0
              Quote: smile
              By the way, you didn’t say whether you would like Israel to play the role of an American mongrel like Colombia, and would you even share your sovereignty with the United States if they asked you to ... just as convincingly as they asked Venezuela?

              Convince me that Russia is not selling the S-300 to Iran on its own initiative. laughing
      2. Very old
        Very old 21 June 2013 21: 20
        +1
        Amers hope for this and are doing everything to consolidate their influence in Latina. It's not about the "social." or "cap." Chile was not hammered because it suddenly became a "social" Big Brother needs a big tribute. Latinos, pay, pay, PAY. Or we will declare you whoever we want. And on the black list ... South America is one big fiefdom of that very street, but people wake up
      3. MG42
        MG42 21 June 2013 22: 24
        +1
        Quote: atalef
        Venezuela will either change course (forget Hugo's socialism) or simply go bankrupt

        As Colombia is rich in cocaine, so Venezuela is rich in oil. wink
        Venezuela has the largest proven oil reserves in the world. Such data was published in the Information Department of the US Department of Energy.
        According to this information, the reserves of Venezuela are 297 billion barrels. A little less - 265 billion barrels in Saudi Arabia, and Canada with a significant lag behind is 173 billion.
        Fourth on this list is Iran. Its reserves are 155 billion barrels. At the same time, the country is facing a reduction in production opportunities. The sanctions imposed against Iran in connection with the nuclear program negatively affect this, ITAR-TASS said.

        Read more: http://rus.ruvr.ru/2013_03_29/Venesujela-raspolagaet-naibolshimi-razvedannimi-za
        pasami-nefti-v-mire /
      4. Prophetic
        Prophetic 21 June 2013 22: 34
        0
        Translated, this means - either they will fall under zh_ov, or it will be very bad. No, my friend, if they lie down, then they will definitely never get up, but if they scamper, then there will be a chance. It was Chavez who made the people of Venezuela freer and happier. Although explaining to you what happiness is, it's like throwing beads in front of pigs. Indeed, for your brother, happiness = loot.
        1. pribolt
          pribolt 22 June 2013 03: 40
          0
          Quote: Prophetic
          either lie under zh_ov

          Henrique Capriles Radonski Presidential Ex-Presidential Opposition Jew Maternal and Paternal Nicolas Maduro Acting Venezuelan President Maternal Colombian and Father Venezuelan
          1. atalef
            atalef 22 June 2013 08: 31
            +1
            Quote: pribolt
            Henrique Capriles Radonski Presidential Ex-Presidential Opposition Jew Maternal and Paternal Nicolas Maduro Acting Venezuelan President Maternal Colombian and Father Venezuelan


            Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said in an interview with the pro-government publication Apporea that his grandfather and grandmother belonged to the Jewish Sephardic community, JTA reports.

            According to the president, they were Jews, like many other bearers of the "Maduro" surname, and like many others, converted to Catholicism. It is no coincidence that the memories of Hugo Chavez's successor about his ancestors appeared on the pages of Apporea: Maduro was once again forced to refute accusations of government anti-Semitism.

            What crap laughing
  2. MIKHAN
    MIKHAN 21 June 2013 18: 47
    +2
    The USA controls its continent completely (for now) .. The quietest continent on the planet! all respect everyone ...
    1. atalef
      atalef 21 June 2013 19: 28
      +5
      continuation.
      China is generally the main donor and investor for Venezuela. Over the past 5 years, the China State Development Bank alone has provided Venezuela with $ 42,5 billion. Today, out of 640 barrels of oil per day delivered to China, 000 barrels are used to pay loans.
      Russia was also noted - a $ 4,2 billion loan for the supply of weapons. In general, Venezuela ranks second in Russian arms exports, after India. (One thing is not clear - why do they need a loan if they have so much of their money? The story of arms loans to foreign friends would not be repeated again ...)
      Well, and all sorts of little things, such as:
      Venezuela is one of the most corrupt countries in the world. In 2010, in terms of the spread of corruption, it was in 164th place out of 178 possible. Recently, authorities in the framework of a program to combat crime in law enforcement agencies were forced to actually dissolve the metropolitan police.
      Favorable business conduct Venezuela takes 177th place out of 183 possible (!)
      The country itself does not feed, there were interruptions in the supply of food. In 2011, only Belarus delivered 10 tons of milk powder to Venezuela. In 000 - 2012 tons. And yet - 12 tons of butter. The issue of supplying Belarusian stew is being considered.
      With a minimum wage of $ 170, unemployment and poverty benefits are $ 300 per month. (Well, what do you think, there are many who want to work there?)
      Venezuela is the main transit point for drug delivery from Colombia to Europe and the United States.
      Venezuela is one of the five “world leaders” in terms of crime. The number of murders in 2012 increased by 12% compared with the previous one. The country annually abducts 17000 people.
      During the reign of President Chavez, 155 people died in a violent death.
      Caracas is recognized as one of the most dangerous cities in the world - 140 murders per 100 inhabitants per year.
      In a word, socialism is on the march.
      So now understand, envy them, or maybe you don’t need to?
  3. Tarpon
    Tarpon 21 June 2013 19: 12
    +2
    Maduro will be very hard, he lacks Charisma's charisma.
    Hope our help.
    1. Very old
      Very old 21 June 2013 21: 24
      +2
      Sergey, Maduro is no longer alone. Latins tired of Big Brother from the north
      1. Tarpon
        Tarpon 21 June 2013 21: 45
        +1
        It's like that!
        But, the situation inside Venezuela is complicated, the pendulum can swing in the other direction.
        We should never lose our influence in Venezuela.
  4. atalef
    atalef 21 June 2013 19: 28
    +2
    Quote: Tarpon
    Maduro will be very hard, he lacks Charisma's charisma.
    Hope our help.

    Last time I was in Venezuela a relatively long time. Impressions are breathtaking. The climate is always 28 degrees. At noon, it usually rains with a wall, for 20-25 minutes. Fruits literally fall in the hands of a tree. Four crops a year is easy.
    Huge mineral reserves - oil, gold, bauxite, iron.
    Killer poverty. It is difficult to describe the crime rate - in the afternoon in the center of Caracas you will be stripped of sunglasses in zero minutes. You can’t even talk about the night.
    A huge number of fantastically beautiful women. Not in vain among the winners of Miss World and Miss Universe, Venezuelans come first. This is an entire industry, beauty contests are held even in schools, starting from the 7th grade.
    Fantastically lazy men. Everyone knows about the national football teams of Brazil, Uruguay, Paraguay, Argentina, Chile, Ecuador. Have you ever heard about the Venezuelan national football team? They need it - to run after the heat in the heat ...
    Venezuela has the highest minimum wage in Latin America - $ 170 per month.
    Great, right? All together is very reminiscent of something. That's why we love. But this is what puzzles me.
    The country's budget is calculated based on the oil price of $ 55 per barrel (in fact, the price of the last 8 years is over $ 100). All that is more goes to the presidential fund. And the commandant personally manages the fund. And does not report to anyone. Since its creation in 2005, this Fonden fund has received over $ 100 billion. What Chavez spent them on - he knows. Well, those who received this money, including lumpen voters, partisans of neighboring countries, unfriendly to Venezuelan socialism.
    The inflation rate of 25-30% per annum is the highest in Latin America. The national currency of the Bolívar during the reign of Chávez depreciated by 90%.
    Despite the huge income from commodity exports (only from oil - about 125 billion dollars a year), the country asks and takes loans abroad - from Iran, China.
    .
    1. pensioner
      pensioner 21 June 2013 22: 11
      0
      Quote: atalef
      Have you ever heard about the Venezuelan national football team?

      Heard. In the championship, U.S.America is not quite at the last roles. It seems even the Brazilians got it from us ... Rondon played in the championship. In the ruby. Very worthy striker.
  5. Burbulator
    Burbulator 21 June 2013 19: 33
    0
    Venezuela has huge oil reserves.
    I just don’t understand - how can there be a shortage of toilet paper with big money from oil?
  6. Oksana
    Oksana 21 June 2013 19: 39
    0
    It's just that Colombia's back is not very clean, Here the Americans have "compromising" -Yes, there is or want to "wash" the back! As for Venezuela! There are a lot of our former "fellow citizens" and "comrades"). Now they have received permanent residence! The preference is the highest and senior staff! (Not from the "ceiling" - we keep in touch)! We RUSSIANS are very much appreciated! And probably confidence gives the government of Venezuela! Spirit- (fearless Russian spirit)! Do not judge them harshly! The KGB, bandits, realtors, etc.! "They forced their country to leave"! A little bit off topic! So that's the ESSENCE! Amerikots make bases in a neighboring state! But only BASES! And then ...
  7. atalef
    atalef 21 June 2013 19: 40
    0
    Quote: Burbulator
    I just don’t understand - how can there be a shortage of toilet paper with big money from oil?

    Remember the USSR, there were the same problems with the toilet. as with many others, in general this is the main feature of socialism --- DEFICIENCY laughing
    1. Vadivak
      Vadivak 21 June 2013 19: 50
      +4
      Quote: atalef
      in general, this is the main feature of socialism --- DEFICIENCY


      That's how we were taught to love Levi Strauss and Salamander, and then more ...
  8. atalef
    atalef 21 June 2013 20: 01
    +2
    Quote: Vadivak
    That's how we were taught to love Levi Strauss and Salamander, and then more

    tried to wean jeans called TER (popularly immediately renamed to tv.a.r.b.) because week, the legs were blue. Although I will say in 85-86 jeans (well, just for all brands), West Union was overwhelmed. They felt the difference.
    1. Vadivak
      Vadivak 21 June 2013 20: 16
      +2
      Quote: atalef
      tried to wean jeans called TVER


      And Kimry’s sneakers, speculators sold packages of five, drops of 25 rubles, a velveteen wrestler of 250, with average salaries of 150-200 quiet horror ... But the food and vodka were natural not like now
  9. atalef
    atalef 21 June 2013 20: 25
    +2
    Quote: Vadivak
    And Kimra's sneakers,

    Eh Vadim, touched the soul. Gallery (in St. Petersburg), Apraksin Dvor, Fortsa. Only sports hats, code-named PIPA, were worth it. Well, the Japanese two-cassette player simply added steepness to the size of the area. Cool time was .Z-that 120, and slippers for 150 buy or player Sonya, you’ll go to the area to push. you’ll make 30 rubles - my mother, a teacher with a salary of 160, went crazy. Where did the son of a 16-year-old have such grandmothers, for the 84th this was money. Or you’ll buy the checks. in Birch or Albatross you will come across - yes it was easy to live (who knew how) But I remember the cops raided carried out. I was caught with Metallica’s drive, one asks - what’s the name,
    I am Sasha . so he scissors wrote on the disc -Sasha loves rock. I would probably see even now strangled wassat
    1. Vadivak
      Vadivak 21 June 2013 20: 41
      +3
      Quote: atalef
      , for the 84th it was still money


      Well, Peter, it’s the capital, we all had jeans sewn in the outback, in 1980 I got Buffalo Bill, so I was embarrassed by my coolness smile

      Quote: atalef
      me with a drive Metallica caught

      At this time, I was only listening to junk like Wings, Floyd, Nazareth braked in the 70s, and still imagine + Bluebird, Funny guys, Pesnyary
      1. atalef
        atalef 21 June 2013 20: 55
        +4
        Quote: Vadivak
        they drove me to Buffalo Bill in 1980 so I was embarrassed about my toughness

        From Montana, everyone just wrote, Adidas Torshel (bought a codla) so he wiped a cloth every evening. Oh time


        Quote: Vadivak
        At this time, I was only listening to junk like Wings, Floyd, Nazareth braked in the 70s, and still imagine + Bluebird, Funny guys, Pesnyary

        Yes, I wanted to resell Metallica (the same thing from the rock, in general, I never trudged over) Genghis Khan, Boni M. Sunday,. Ugly cop. he scooped up his 120p with scissors.
    2. valokordin
      valokordin 22 June 2013 04: 33
      0
      Quote: atalef
      I would probably see even now wassat strangled

      And even then you were a crap, a relative of Chubais.
  10. knn54
    knn54 21 June 2013 20: 29
    +1
    "Cooperation" was founded under Clinton, when the US authorities declared a "war on drugs", while financing some to fight others (remember Pablo Escobar). The son of one of the drug lords ("our son of a bitch") is now the President of Colombia.
    -atalef: Have you ever heard about the Venezuelan national football team?
    At the America's Cup in 2011, the Venezuelan national team reached the SEMI-FINAL, where they lost to Paraguay in the series after the match penalty.
    1. Vadivak
      Vadivak 21 June 2013 20: 35
      +1
      Quote: knn54
      At the America's Cup in 2011


      You don’t get angry, I’m not a football fan, but I learned about this cup from you,
      1. atalef
        atalef 21 June 2013 20: 43
        +3
        Quote: Vadivak
        You don’t get angry, I'm not a football fan, but I learned about this cup from you

        Vadim, believe you are not alone (there are at least two of us)
        Venezuelan national football team represents Venezuela at international football matches. The managing organization of the team is the Venezuelan Football Federation. Venezuela is the country with traditionally the lowest level of development of football in all of South America. Venezuela is the only national team included in CONMEBOL that has never made its way to the final stage of world championships.

        But the Minister of Sports - I definitely heard about her, there is something to envy
        1. Vadivak
          Vadivak 21 June 2013 20: 49
          +3
          Quote: atalef
          Minister of Sports - I definitely heard about her, there is something to envy


          The minister is similar to Kabaeva, however I do not want to be a prophet ....
    2. atalef
      atalef 21 June 2013 20: 37
      +4
      Quote: knn54
      Have you ever heard about the Venezuelan national football team?
      At the America's Cup in 2011, the Venezuelan national team reached the SEMI-FINAL, where they lost to Paraguay in the series after the match penalty.

      I do not watch the America’s Cup. why not. I know that in Israel, football at the plinth level (judging by the achievements) Vinisuela has not gone far. I can’t see her on the mondiale (unlike her neighbors) Anyway - football is not the main thing - everything else is even worse there.
      1. Vadivak
        Vadivak 21 June 2013 20: 42
        +2
        Quote: atalef
        I know that in Israel, plinth-level football


        Celery is delicious, clearly above the plinth smile
        1. atalef
          atalef 21 June 2013 20: 46
          +4
          Quote: Vadivak
          Celery is delicious, clearly above the plinth

          My wife and I cook soup with him - heap off the head, but I generally like peaches and lard more, these contrasts are interesting.
          1. Vadivak
            Vadivak 21 June 2013 20: 51
            +3
            Quote: atalef
            but I generally like peaches and fat more


            Doesn't rip off? Or do you drink it competently? smile
            1. atalef
              atalef 21 June 2013 21: 02
              +4
              Quote: Vadivak
              Doesn't rip off? Or do you drink it competently?

              Green mark, and fat flies away, peaches in between drinks
              1. Vadivak
                Vadivak 21 June 2013 21: 15
                +2
                Quote: atalef
                spruce mark and lard flies away


                Well, I agree nothing, but recently I switched to a natural product. By the way, try to insist vodka on green walnuts, cut into four parts, fill up a quarter of the container, pour and put in the dark place for 40 days. Drink carefully, not a part of the insidious degree masks the specific taste of iodine (useful for thyroid but only with teaspoons)
                1. atalef
                  atalef 21 June 2013 21: 42
                  +2
                  Quote: Vadivak
                  By the way, try to insist vodka on green walnuts, cut into four parts, fill up a quarter of the container, pour and put in the dark place for 40 days. Drink carefully, not a part of the insidious degree masks the specific taste of iodine (useful for thyroid but only with teaspoons)

                  Let's try. good
                2. Misantrop
                  Misantrop 22 June 2013 00: 29
                  0
                  Quote: Vadivak
                  insist vodka on green walnuts, cut into four parts, fill in a quarter of the container, pour in and place for 40 days in a dark place. Drink carefully, not part insidious degree masks and the specific taste of iodine

                  Nice thing, I now insist. But what I really liked was to insist on vodka in the wormwood. A tiny twig on a bottle. The drink is slightly bitter, but for the appetite - that's it. And then the head does not hurt, even if it overdone
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    4. Tarpon
      Tarpon 21 June 2013 22: 05
      0
      Forward from Venezuela Jose Salomon Rondon Jimenez plays for Kazan "Rubin".
      Good player!
  11. MG42
    MG42 21 June 2013 20: 44
    +6
    Colombia = this is the largest producer of cocaine and supplies the United States first with this potion, even if you powder your noses with white powder, your mind will become clear ..
    1. fzr1000
      fzr1000 21 June 2013 23: 50
      0
      Add to the export of emeralds and coffee from Colombia.
  12. fzr1000
    fzr1000 21 June 2013 23: 51
    0
    Comrades, what kind of AK in the photo in the article?
  13. valokordin
    valokordin 22 June 2013 04: 19
    0
    To shoot all these illegal immigrants from Colombia and transfer the corpses to the President of Colombia.