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Post time 2011-1-8 01:05:46 |Display all floors

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Originally posted by Bilbo Baggins at 2011-1-8 00:16

Hugo Chavez is putting the Anglo criminals on notice:
You will not get away with your crimes in Venezuela!

Venezuelan parliament rejects U.S. ambassador


CARACAS, Jan. 6 (Xinhua) --

Venezuela's top lawmaker on Thursday rejected the U.S. Department of State's proposal of keeping Larry Palmer as U.S. ambassador to Venezuela.

"We must continue to ratify the position within the state public powers in the sense that this man (Palmer) cannot come to this country," said Fernando Soto, president of the Venezuelan National Assembly.

U.S. Department of State spokesman Phillip Crowley said on Wednesday that his country stood by Palmer as its choice for ambassador to Venezuela despite rejection by Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez.

In August 2010, Venezuela refused to accept Palmer as the U.S. ambassador as the American had said the Venezuelan military forces had low esteem and Venezuela was hosting Colombian guerrillas.


Venezuelan parliament rejects U.S. ambassador (In other words: Gringos go home , piss off!)
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Post time 2011-1-8 08:42:49 |Display all floors

'US, UK, Israel killing Iran scientists'

Sat Jan 8, 2011

Former Cuban leader Fidel Castro

Former Cuban leader Fidel Castro has accused the United States, Britain, and Israel of organizing the "butchery" of Iranian scientists to undermine Tehran's nuclear program.

In an article published on Friday entitled “What Would Einstein Say?”, the 84-year-old Castro cited reports in the international media, particularly one article in the US magazine The Atlantic, describing efforts by the intelligence agencies of the three countries to subvert Tehran's nuclear program and torpedo international negotiations on it through sabotage, which sometimes includes the "coordinated disappearance" of Iranian scientists, AFP reported.

"There are other serious developments related to the butchery of scientists, organized by Israel, the United States, Britain, and other powers," he wrote.

In his article, Castro asked what Einstein would say if he had learned about the operations by the US, Britain, and Israel to make the nuclear scientists disappear.

He said several Iranian scientists have been assassinated since 2007, including Massoud Ali-Mohammadi and Majid Shahriari.

Professor Ali-Mohammadi, a lecturer at Tehran University, was killed by a booby-trapped motorbike in the Iranian capital in January 2010. The bombing took place near the professor's home in the Qeytariyeh neighborhood of northern Tehran.

On November 29, unidentified terrorists attached bombs to the vehicles of Iranian university professors Majid Shahriari and Fereydoun Abbasi and detonated them. Professor Shahriari was killed immediately, but Dr. Abbasi and his wife sustained minor injuries and were rushed to hospital.

"There were other serious incidents targeting Iranian scientists organized by Israel, the United States, Great Britain, and other powers which are not relayed by the world mainstream media,” said the former Cuban leader.

He also cited an article in the British newspaper The Sunday Telegraph, pointing to the role played by Israel's Mossad in the death of Iranian scientists.

"I do not remember another moment in history in which the assassination of scientists has become official policy of a group of powers armed with nuclear weapons," Castro said.
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Post time 2011-1-16 06:26:25 |Display all floors

Fidel Castro's Reflexions about the Arizona shooting and Obama's speech


Fidel Castro: Obama’s speech in Arizona

The historical leader of the Cuban Revolution said that president's Obama speech at the University of Tucson was disappointing because it lacked the moral condemnation of the policies that inspired the recent aggression against Dem. Gabrielle Giffords and the people of Arizona

Reflection by the Commander in Chief Fidel Castro

Yesterday I listened to him when he spoke at the University of Tucson where homage was being paid to the 6 people murdered and the 14 wounded in the Arizona massacre, especially the Democratic congresswoman for that state, seriously wounded by a gunshot to the head.

It was the deed of an unbalanced person, drunk on the preaching of hatred that reigns in American society, where the fascist Tea Party has imposed its extremism on the Republican Party which, under the aegis of George W. Bush, led the world to where it is now, on the brink of the abyss.

Added to the disaster of wars was the greatest economic crisis in the history of the United States and a government debt that today is equal to 100% of the GDP, together with a monthly deficit totalling more than 80 billion dollars and again more homes being lost as a result of unpaid mortgages. The prices of oil, metals, and food are progressively going up. Lack of confidence in paper currency causes gold purchases to increase and there are quite a few people who see the price of gold ascending to $ 2,000 a Troy ounce. There are some who even think it will reach $2,500.

Climatic phenomena have worsened, with considerable losses to harvests in the Russian Federation, Europe, China, Australia, North and South America and in other areas, putting in danger the food supplies for more than 80 Third World countries, creating political instability in a growing number of them.

The world is facing so many political, military, energy, food and environmental problems that there is no country wanting the United States to return to extremist positions that would increase the risks of nuclear war.

International condemnation of the crime in Arizona was almost unanimous, a crime that demonstrates an expression of that extremism. No one expected the President of the United States to make an impassioned or confrontational speech, something that wouldn’t correspond to his style or with the domestic circumstances and the climate of irrational hatred that is prevailing in the United States.

The victims of the shooting were definitely brave, each with their merit, and in general they were humble citizens; if it hadn’t been so, they wouldn’t have been there, defending the right of all Americans to medical care and opposing the anti-immigrant laws.

The mother of a 9-year-old girl born on September 11th had courageously stated that the hatred unleashed in the world had to cease. I do not harbor, any doubt in the least that the victims were worthy of recognition by the President of the United States, along with the citizens of Tucson, the students at the University and the doctors who, whenever events of this type occur, always unreservedly express the solidarity which human beings carry inside themselves. The severely wounded congresswoman, Gabrielle Giffords, deserves the national and international accolade being given her. Today, the medical team was continuing to give positive information on the state of her condition.

Of course, Obama’s speech was lacking the moral condemnation of the policies which inspired such an act.

I was trying to imagine how men such as Franklin Delano Roosevelt would have acted in similar circumstances, not to mention Lincoln who didn’t shrink from giving his famous Gettysburg Address. What other moment is the President of the United States waiting for to express the opinion that I am sure is being shared by the great majority of US people?

It is not a matter of the government of the United States lacking an exceptional personality to lead it. What transforms a president into a historical personage, who has been able to reach that position because of his merits, does not lie in the person, but in the need for him at a determinate moment in the history of his nation.

Yesterday when he began his speech, he looked tense, and very much dependent on the written pages. He soon recovered his calm, his usual command of the stage, and the precise words to express his ideas. What he didn’t say was because he didn’t want to say it.

For delivery of well-written and just praise for those deserving it, he could be awarded a prize.

For a political speech, he left a lot to be desired.

Fidel Castro Ruz

January 13, 2011

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Post time 2011-1-18 09:45:07 |Display all floors

But you are a limped dick gay Anglo faggot!

Originally posted by seneca at 2011-1-16 14:14
It takes real tough guys to stand up against us Anglos. We have yet to see victory for the anti-Antlo tough guys camp.

You wouldn't know what a tough guy was unless it was one of your Anglo faggot buddies behind you.
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Post time 2011-1-18 11:40:51 |Display all floors
I don't get it......they allow this crap....and delete good stuff
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Post time 2011-1-18 18:10:47 |Display all floors
Originally posted by mechanic at 2010-10-21 22:22
Chávez and Ahmadinejad – common revolutionary ideal

Venezuela President Hugo Chavez has just concluded his two-day visit to the Islamic Republic. It was his 9th visit to the country which h ...

Chavez is a clown and Ahmadinejad is his puppet

Do they deserve a thread?

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Post time 2011-1-28 06:32:17 |Display all floors

Iran on 'universal justice' mission

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says Iran has moved past the West and is on a “mission” to establish peace and justice across the world.

“The Iranian nation has moved past the arrogant powers and is on track to establish universal justice,” Ahmadinejad said on Thursday, his official website reported.

"The Iranian nation, which has a history replete with vicissitudes, has, in the most sensitive international circumstances, undertaken a grave mission and does not fear the enemies' threats," he said.

Speaking on the 17th anniversary of the publication of Iran newspaper, the Iranian president said the colonialist media has manufactured lies and imposed the most illogical political system on the world for a whole century.

"Independent and free media, namely the Iran newspaper, are at the frontline of those [media] seeking justice and should publish the front's message in the best manner and different from the Western models."

Iran now has a historical and international responsibility, Ahmadinejad said, asserting that “today, no one doubts anymore that the Iranian nation has grown to this refinement through divine guidance to carry out its historical mission in this sensitive period.”

“A stage in which the humanity needs a leadership [which is] universal, just, pure, affable and will lay the groundwork for the blossoming of all its talents.”

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