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Exxon Mobil Stirs Border Dispute Between Venezuela and Guyana

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Corporations against the peoples. In 1930s Bolivia and Paraguay went to war with American oil interests supporting one side and the British another (the Chaco War). Now, after Washington's and Uribe's and characters like Leopoldo Lopez's successive failures to bring the Bolivarian Revolution down, Exxon Mobil comes with what it thinks is the magical solution: attack Venezuela from the side of its smaller neighbor which would play better the role of the victim. It's not the rule of law, it's the rule of corporations, even on international scale.

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