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Originally posted by Strangerous
Yeah that's a good source you gave:
Rumsfeld was there spreading peace & goodwill nothing sinister there
No mention of the fact that after the previous failed coup attempt all the plotters were tortured and returned broken men - except Saddam who returned fit and healthy from Cairo (where he spent lots of time at the US Embassy being trained and groomed by CIA) confident he now had CIA backing.
Do you really have no idea what is done in your name?
[edit on 9-2-2006 by Strangerous]
I haven't really gone through all the pages of this, but I just have a small question..
Why the F is it ok for RUMSFELD to compare Chavez to Hitler, when it wasn't ok for a teacher to make a small comparison about Bush and Hitler?
Somebody? Anybody? Please?
Originally posted by Toelint
Rumsfeld didn't go off on a twenty-minute-long rant, to a captive audience of fourteen and fifteen year-old kids. Give me a break!
[edit on 8-3-2006 by Toelint]
Venezuela: Respect for human rights must be guaranteed
The authorities must ensure protection of human rights of all citizens in the increasingly violent political climate surrounding the decision of the National Electoral Commission expected today, Amnesty International said today.
At least three people were killed and up to 50 injured, including two journalists, over the weekend in the context of clashes between National Guard and Anti and Pro government demonstrators. There have been allegations of excessive use of force, in particular by the National Guard, while policing these demonstrations, some of which were reportedly violent. Heavily armed military and civilian intelligence units also reportedly participated in policing operations. There have also reportedly been a number of detentions of opposition supporters during opposition demonstrations in different parts of the country.
Upon visiting, Rodriguez said that the President of the Assembly, Nicolas Maduro's home was brimming with books, videos and documents about the 9/11 cover-up. Maduro, Venezuela's top legislator, intoned that he was ready to create an international investigative committee, looking into the "international crime scene" that is 9/11 and that this would be structured via Hugo Chavez's government.
Originally posted by Mdv2
It's been said he's also plans to invade the Netherlands Antilles, like Argentina did during the Falkland war.
Althought it's very unlikeley it would ever happen, he wouldn't make a chance to invade the islands anyway
More info about Chavez:
[edit on 11-4-2006 by Mdv2]