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HAVANA (AFP) - Cuba let loose a blistering indictment of US foreign policy as top diplomats from more than 100 developing countries at the Non-Aligned Summit hammered out policy stands to counter US might.
Originally posted by Techsnow
Really, is this for real? Why have I not heard about this on the CNN or Fox News?
Why is this not being covered by mainstream media?
Is this a serious issue? I am a bit confused because this is the first I have heard about this today and I have been watching the news closely today.
[edit on 13-9-2006 by Techsnow]
Maybe he have hints, but he doesn't knows. These are little countries, with little means. Even if they are 100, they can't do something big, aside from paying someone bigger to do it... finance resistance in Iraq and Afghanistan... supporting Iran, boycott Israël and US products. Things like that.
Cause I'm sure he knows.
Originally posted by RetinoidReceptor
Some of these countries that they mentioned are dependent on the West for their economies. They aren't stupid. Even though I think it is unfortunate to say...I agree with them about the terrorism issue, etc...
Maybe, independtly some these countries are helpless but together with NORTH KOREA, IRAN, SYRIA, OVER 100 COUNTRIES they are not to be messed with. Alot of these countries have NUKES even and have threaten the UNITED STATES and ISREAL.
HAVANA, Cuba (AP) -- Cuba's foreign minister opened a summit of more than 100 of the world's developing nations Monday, saying the Nonaligned Movement is more needed than ever in such an "unjust world."