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GREGORIOSANTOS

Históricamente Francia a servido sus intereses pívot ando alrededor de los otomanos, los cristianos de tierra santa....y ahora decir q apoya algo distinto de su interés político, cultural, .. la Grandeur!!!!

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GREGORIOSANTOS

Los acuerdos desiguales, fruto de la imposición de los triunfadores de la IWW, de la IIWW y de la Cold W....sirven para....

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GREGORIOSANTOS

Turquía NO es el malo y Europa no es el bueno. Francia , vendiendo armas ... y

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