Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
Originally posted by NavyDoc
I would be interesting to save this thread and see how many people negative about Clinton now, will vote for her in 2016. Kind of like all of the people I heard angry about the war and GITMO and drone attacks still voted for Obama even though he kept and expanded all of those things. Just an observation.edit on 11-12-2012 by NavyDoc because: (no reason given)
I can tell you personally, the GOP will have to run someone along the lines of Dr. Strangelove for me to even consider voting for Hillary. She would have been a better alternative to Obama but that's also like saying drowning is preferable to burning to death. Err... yeah.. lol
Originally posted by Nephalim
reply to post by Deetermined
Mr. Taylor was likely speaking about this or at least something similar.
This Hezbollah thing about trying to operate South and Central America is not news.
edit on 11-12-2012 by Nephalim because: (no reason given)
Did you even read the PDF you linked to? It offers no proof. Furthermore, your using a government agency as a source to defend the government's position. I would have expected more from an ATS moderator. What's your agenda?
Originally posted by GAOTU789
Here is some more. Took 30 secons to find this. You asked for their proof, some of it is in here...
Take it or leave it, again that's up to you. It is also referenced so you can follow the information further to corroborate it.
Bottom line is that these links are there and can be easily researched if one was inclined to do so.
Mohsen Rabbani Born in Tobat Haidariah, Iran, in 1952, Mohsen Rabbani is considered as one of the most important promoters of the Iranian agenda in Latin America, with operations and connections from Venezuela to Argentina, including Brazil and Bolivia.
Between 1994 and 1998 he acted as cultural attaché for the Iranian embassy in Buenos Aires. At that same time, according to an investigation, he actively participated in the attacks in 1992 and 1994 against the Jewish community center AMIA, which resulted in many deaths.
Currently he is a fugitive sought after by the Interpol for the anti-Jewish attacks in Argentina.
"The objectives of the plan discussed were attacking in the first instance of cyber way to the United States and subsequently physically do it," said Juan Carlos Munoz Ledo, a Mexican computer expert who led the infiltration of diplomats. "That was what they wanted themselves both as Iranian embassies of Venezuela."
The recordings also show the current Venezuela consul in Miami, Livia Acosta, receiving and seeking information about the servers of U.S. nuclear plants. At the material time, Acosta worked as cultural attaché at the Embassy of Venezuela in Mexico.
- Muñoz: ... They were given the locations of every nuclear plant in the United States.
- Acosta: Oh look, that's good.
- Muñoz: And not only that but the key is missing a section.
- Acosta: Well, that should also give it to me.
- Muñoz: Yes, yes, no, yes, yes, yes.
- Acosta: Pa 'send it to the president, the defense chief security because the president is my friend. And is there with the president and the president goes up and down.
- Muñoz: And who is?
- Acosta: It's called Alexis Lopez
- Acosta: A general.
General Lopez, head of custody of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, would be the intermediary course that gave the information to the President.
A Senate report released ahead of the embargo time revealed that HSBC’s lax anti-money laundering policies allowed Mexican drug money, Iranian terrorist money, and even suspicious Russian money to enter the U.S. and gain access to U.S. dollar liquidity over the last couple of years.
Michael A. Braun, the former intelligence chief for the DEA, testified this week at a hearing before the House Foreign Affairs Committee that "collaboration between Latin American drug cartels and groups such as Iran's Quds Force and the Islamic terror group Hezbollah is growing 'far faster than most policymakers in Washington, D.C., choose to admit'" as reported by Guy Taylor for The Washington Times.
xican drug cartels are suspected of smuggling terrorists and explosives across the border into the United States, according to a report by the U.S. Army’s Asymmetrical Warfare Group (awg). The 350-strong “special mission unit” that works to “identify critical threats and enemy and friendly vulnerabilities through global firsthand observations,” according to the Army, compiled a report on a secret intelligence mission conducted along the southern U.S. border during February and March, releasing a “cleansed” version to civilian law enforcement, which was viewed by Newsmax.