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mrv86    158
18 minutes ago, heywoodu said:

Trouble for Nicaragua...possible tsunami on one side, hurricane on the other..

 

 

 

Indeed some trouble for the Central American countries.

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bestmen    279
12 minutes ago, konig said:

the worst latinamercan genocider is death, i hope their thousands of victims can rest in peace now.

 

and Trump did react on twitter :some people/media were shocked

 

that's  all what he said :lol:

 

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hckosice    697

Anton Siekel is the new president of Slovak Olympic Committee, he was elected today and will replace František Chmelár who was leading the committee since 1999.

 

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Danka Barteková only slovak IOC member (bronze medalist in London 2012 skeet ) voting

 

Our committee also officially promoted slovak karate association between the Olympic bodies, Baseball and Softball will remains considered as only 1 federation, skateboarding will be considered under the Slovak speed skating federation :lol: and sport climbing federation will be approved and promoted during the next assembly. So only Surfing will be the only sport without slovak federation and will not be registred.

 

Anton Siekel new Slovak Olympic Committee president, It's a former successful manager and was elected by majority already in the first round, receiving 88 out of the 107 eligible votes.

 

Siekel sa stal suverénnym víťazom, povedie olympijské hnutie

 

new and former SOV presidents Anton Siekel and František Chmelár

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NikolaB    69

Hasta la vista el comandante. This is definitely the end of one era. He bring back Cuba to Cuban people and one of a very few leaders who said NO to US imperialism. Rest in peace Comandante. :CUB:CUB:CUB  

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mrv86    158
47 minutes ago, NikolaB said:

Hasta la vista el comandante. This is definitely the end of one era. He bring back Cuba to Cuban people and one of a very few leaders who said NO to US imperialism. Rest in peace Comandante. :CUB:CUB:CUB  

 

Well he actually slapped the face of the same country that gave him resources for his revolution.

 

Also he lived in luxury for the last 25 years, while most Cubans were condemned to spend their little money on whatever they got... You really need to hear the thousands of Cubans who live in Mexico and tell you stories about people willing to prostitute themselves for a pair of leather shoes (not even designer) or another "comodities".

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konig    129
13 minutes ago, mrv86 said:

 

Well he actually slapped the face of the same country that gave him resources for his revolution.

 

Also he lived in luxury for the last 25 years, while most Cubans were condemned to spend their little money on whatever they got... You really need to hear the thousands of Cubans who live in Mexico and tell you stories about people willing to prostitute themselves for a pair of leather shoes (not even designer) or another "comodities".

dont forget the soap, another luxury in Cuba.

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NikolaB    69

At last he never attacked any other country. Barack Obama  won Nobel Peace Prize and start two wars (Libya and Syria) were almost million people lost their lives, and millions of them become a refugees. I never said Castro was saint, far from that, but he was a much better leader than his predecessor Fulgencio Batista who ruled in a tyrannical manner. But he had full US support.

 

As I said, Castro is not a saint, but he was a great leader   

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