Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador in tense...

Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador in tense standoff after raid

There are 16 comments on the TurkishPress.com story from Mar 3, 2008, titled Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador in tense standoff after raid. In it, TurkishPress.com reports that:

“President Uribe is a criminal, not only a liar, he is a mafioso, a paramilitary leading a terrorist state”

An Ecuadorean soldier stands next to the corpses of alleged Farc rebels March 2 in Angostura, Ecuador after a bombing raid by the Colombian army on Saturday. via TurkishPress.com

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“FREEDOM, TRUTH & JUSTICE”

Since: Jul 07

WHEREEVER FREEDOM DWELLS

#1 Mar 3, 2008
President Uribe of Colombia is to be commended on a job well done. Ecuador & Venezuela should have given him their support, but no they didn't.
We know whom they support don't we? The terrorists!
The complaints ab out incursions into their borders is a lame excuse from these fascistpinkocommienazirats whom protect the terrorist from farc!
Good Job President Uribe! Clean Colombia of the filth!
Michelle

United States

#2 Mar 3, 2008
Uribe will go down in history as an amazing man. He brought Colombia out of a civil war with terrorists, risking his own life.

I am so embarrasssed that Ecuador has aligned itself with Chavez and Farc. When will we stop believing the fairytales? There are serious food shortages, people dying from natural disasters and Correa wants to start a war? I guess Correa was really indebted to Chavez.

“LIGER OMNI PRIME”

Since: Sep 07

WHEREVER FREEDOM DWELLS

#3 Mar 3, 2008
Michelle wrote:
Uribe will go down in history as an amazing man. He brought Colombia out of a civil war with terrorists, risking his own life.
I am so embarrasssed that Ecuador has aligned itself with Chavez and Farc. When will we stop believing the fairytales? There are serious food shortages, people dying from natural disasters and Correa wants to start a war? I guess Correa was really indebted to Chavez.
Well said, Michelle, welcome back! I missed you!
Barry Kitchkeesic-Wynn

Thunder Bay, Canada

#5 Dec 10, 2010
Hi there comrades in the Colombian jungles, this is a Medewiwin Officer BKW and I am not a Christian or Islamic. Feel free to write at my email address i.e. barrykitchkeesicwynn@live.ca or bkitchke@lakeheadu.ca ya that is all me at live.ca. Okay! I hear that the US backed and trained regulars from the Colombian Army is killing our commanders using hi tech army stuff, ya! I saw some news clips from you tube where they are shooting up a load of Indians hunting for food but they say it is FARC. Okay! Write me anyone from FARC out there in the jungle. I know you have internet in the jungle, so write me in the power of Medewiwin true love to you and never surrender until collective thinking takes hold. BKW

Since: Apr 10

Location hidden

#6 Dec 10, 2010
Barry Kitchkeesic-Wynn wrote:
Hi there comrades in the Colombian jungles, this is a Medewiwin Officer BKW and I am not a Christian or Islamic. Feel free to write at my email address i.e. barrykitchkeesicwynn@live.ca or bkitchke@lakeheadu.ca ya that is all me at live.ca. Okay! I hear that the US backed and trained regulars from the Colombian Army is killing our commanders using hi tech army stuff, ya! I saw some news clips from you tube where they are shooting up a load of Indians hunting for food but they say it is FARC. Okay! Write me anyone from FARC out there in the jungle. I know you have internet in the jungle, so write me in the power of Medewiwin true love to you and never surrender until collective thinking takes hold. BKW
Dipstick, go back into your tent
aGoodCommieIsaDe adCommie

Andover, NJ

#7 Dec 10, 2010
“Socialism doesn’t profit the poor, but only brings poverty and misery. Socialism is about the seizure of power. It only brings everyone down to the lowest common denominator”
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Since: Apr 10

Location hidden

#8 Dec 10, 2010
aGoodCommieIsaDeadCommie wrote:
“Socialism doesn’t profit the poor, but only brings poverty and misery. Socialism is about the seizure of power. It only brings everyone down to the lowest common denominator”
..........
You are right on ☺
Barry Kitchkeesic-Wynn

Thunder Bay, Canada

#9 Dec 10, 2010
aGoodCommieIsaDeadCommie wrote:
“Socialism doesn’t profit the poor, but only brings poverty and misery. Socialism is about the seizure of power. It only brings everyone down to the lowest common denominator”
Not true, Marxist thoughts is collective thinking, instead of taking and exploiting poor people of their labours, the profits go to the government, the government provides for everything including food, a place to live, free medical care and committees to steer the government. Do you see that in governments like Canada and the US, no only a few rich people live there, you and me, we will go to sleep hungry, our little children will cry themselves to sleep. And you my GOD you look like you worked 12 hours and you made nothing, well Marxist system, you would be happy. Cheers! In the power of Medewiwin true love BKW

Since: Apr 10

Location hidden

#10 Dec 10, 2010
Barry Kitchkeesic-Wynn wrote:
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Not true, Marxist thoughts is collective thinking, instead of taking and exploiting poor people of their labours, the profits go to the government, the government provides for everything including food, a place to live, free medical care and committees to steer the government. Do you see that in governments like Canada and the US, no only a few rich people live there, you and me, we will go to sleep hungry, our little children will cry themselves to sleep. And you my GOD you look like you worked 12 hours and you made nothing, well Marxist system, you would be happy. Cheers! In the power of Medewiwin true love BKW
Why dont you try Castros Paradice.
aGoodCommieIsaDe adCommie

Andover, NJ

#11 Dec 11, 2010
baer wrote:
<quoted text>
Why dont you try Castros Paradice.
He should!!! What a dumb azzhole!
Barry Kitchkeesic-Wynn

Thunder Bay, Canada

#12 Dec 11, 2010
aGoodCommieIsaDeadCommie wrote:
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He should!!! What a dumb azzhole!
Like I said I am a political science student at LU. Yes! I see that the Canadian Government has bllacklisted FARC groups as been extremely dangerous and not welcome in Canada. You would get arrested if you collected money or support of any kind for them. However, I am not here to raise money rather to inform Roman Catholics in the Spanish speaking countries of Venezuela and Colombia of how dirty the Canadian Government is really politically. Cheers! Another big goblet of sweet wine!! Gurgle, gurgle. Love you all in the jungle fighting for the peasants. Medewiwin BKW.

Since: Apr 10

Location hidden

#13 Dec 11, 2010
Barry Kitchkeesic-Wynn wrote:
<quoted text>
Like I said I am a political science student at LU. Yes! I see that the Canadian Government has bllacklisted FARC groups as been extremely dangerous and not welcome in Canada. You would get arrested if you collected money or support of any kind for them. However, I am not here to raise money rather to inform Roman Catholics in the Spanish speaking countries of Venezuela and Colombia of how dirty the Canadian Government is really politically. Cheers! Another big goblet of sweet wine!! Gurgle, gurgle. Love you all in the jungle fighting for the peasants. Medewiwin BKW.
Why dont you Dumbass move there,Pendejo

“HURT ME & MAKE ME STRONGER!”

Since: Nov 08

Where Freedom Dwells!

#14 Dec 12, 2010
Barry Kitchkeesic-Wynn wrote:
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Like I said I am a political science student at LU. Yes! I see that the Canadian Government has bllacklisted FARC groups as been extremely dangerous and not welcome in Canada. You would get arrested if you collected money or support of any kind for them. However, I am not here to raise money rather to inform Roman Catholics in the Spanish speaking countries of Venezuela and Colombia of how dirty the Canadian Government is really politically. Cheers! Another big goblet of sweet wine!! Gurgle, gurgle. Love you all in the jungle fighting for the peasants. Medewiwin BKW.
Go get a brain transplant, IDIOT!

“America la bella!!”

Since: Jan 07

que Dios te bendiga

#15 Dec 14, 2010
Barry Kitchkeesic-Wynn wrote:
<quoted text>
Like I said I am a political science student at LU. Yes! I see that the Canadian Government has bllacklisted FARC groups as been extremely dangerous and not welcome in Canada. You would get arrested if you collected money or support of any kind for them. However, I am not here to raise money rather to inform Roman Catholics in the Spanish speaking countries of Venezuela and Colombia of how dirty the Canadian Government is really politically. Cheers! Another big goblet of sweet wine!! Gurgle, gurgle. Love you all in the jungle fighting for the peasants. Medewiwin BKW.
political science student? Pues mira cambia tu carrera..;porque eres un tremendo comemierda!!!
Natalie

Manhattan Beach, CA

#16 Dec 18, 2010
President Uribe was the best thing that has happened to Colombia in a long time. In his 8 years as president, he turned the country around brought back security, prosperity, hope and respect to Colombia. There is still work to be done and problems to be solved, but without his leadership Colombia could have been in very serious trouble. Now, lets hope that Santos will also stand strong on values and leadership and keep Colombia moving in the same direction as Uribe did.
Colombian people should be proud for supporting Uribe and for standing on strong and valuable principles in spite of the little support from it's neighboring countries. I applaud Colombia for it's courage and pray that it will continue on it's positive path.

Since: Apr 10

Location hidden

#17 Dec 18, 2010
Natalie wrote:
President Uribe was the best thing that has happened to Colombia in a long time. In his 8 years as president, he turned the country around brought back security, prosperity, hope and respect to Colombia. There is still work to be done and problems to be solved, but without his leadership Colombia could have been in very serious trouble. Now, lets hope that Santos will also stand strong on values and leadership and keep Colombia moving in the same direction as Uribe did.
Colombian people should be proud for supporting Uribe and for standing on strong and valuable principles in spite of the little support from it's neighboring countries. I applaud Colombia for it's courage and pray that it will continue on it's positive path.
You are absolutely right.

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