Venezuela invades Guyana's territory

Nov 17, 2007 Full story: Stabroek News 72

“We don't know about any attack; there was no incident, no problem with Venezuela and Guyana”

Thirty-six members of the Venezuelan military led by a general on Thursday morning invaded Guyana's land and airspace, blowing up two Guyanese mining dredges in the Cuyuni River and making overflights in two ... via Stabroek News

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R_Jr

Carthage, AR

#1 Nov 20, 2007
Should we be looking into what Peter Ramsaroop had to say about Chavez and the Venezuelan government?

Since: Dec 06

Location hidden

#2 Nov 26, 2007
the Chavez revolution wants to take all of South America...he wants to control the entire region not only Venezuela...you all had better kill this bastard now.
patrick

Georgetown, Guyana

#3 Aug 4, 2008
crime wrote:
the Chavez revolution wants to take all of South America...he wants to control the entire region not only Venezuela...you all had better kill this bastard now.
this statement is false.
common sense

Georgetown, Guyana

#4 Aug 4, 2008
crime wrote:
the Chavez revolution wants to take all of South America...he wants to control the entire region not only Venezuela...you all had better kill this bastard now.
What is your empirical data for you to make such a conclusion.
Observer

Georgetown, Guyana

#5 Aug 5, 2008
crime wrote:
the Chavez revolution wants to take all of South America...he wants to control the entire region not only Venezuela...you all had better kill this bastard now.
how can u make such a statement!! what evidence do u have that this is true??

“The Truth”

Since: Apr 08

Miami, FL

#6 Aug 5, 2008
This is a proof of how the Media and people lies about Venezuela.
The Chavez revolution wants to UNIFIED all of South America NOT TAKE. so the entire region is not controlled by outsiders.
dave

Georgetown, Guyana

#7 Aug 5, 2008
Crime you are just like the Americans always putting there nose in other people business.
You just want to cause problem on the site.
This site is for peaceful comment on hate only love on this site.
Mitta

Georgetown, Guyana

#8 Aug 8, 2008
Venezuela invades Guyana's territory??
Thirty-six members of the Venezuelan military led by a general on Thursday morning invaded Guyana's land and airspace, blowing up two Guyanese mining dredges in the Cuyuni River and making overflights in two helicopters.
WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO THE TERM SOVEREIGNTY??.. the diplomatic way of dealing with such a problem is surely not bombing back Venezuela.. that would have led to more conflict ..at the point in time when this flabergasting event unfolded many were unaware of the reasons for such an act..
However Guyana is dependent on cordial relations with the country..since they do provide fuel to our country.. But I am not saying that we should let events like this slide.. no.. they were wrong.. but deal with the matter in a civil manner..

Diplomatically..which was done and cordial relations re-established.
Anahuac

Monterrey, Mexico

#9 Aug 9, 2008
Does not matter, the sovereight of Guyana was violated. What would Venezuela say if lets say, the Colombia did the same? The fact is that Venezuela´s Hugo is a power hungry despot. Mitta and Mitta Hitler want things diplomatically too and ended up plunging Europe into a WORLD WAR, not that Hugo would do the same, but you never know what he would do to ¨unify¨ South America.
pilot 102

Middlesex, NJ

#10 Aug 9, 2008
When Hugo visited Guyana I told a very good friend in Guyana that Venezuela was going to make its move on Guyana before the end of Jagdeo term in office . What some of you jokers dont know is if you look at the new map of Venezuela you would see Essequibo is shown as part of that Country. How the hell can any one establish cordial relations after that act is beyond me. Lets see how the Gov is going to spin this one. Come on Jagdeo show some oooos and take a stand.
Run

Astoria, NY

#11 Aug 9, 2008
How can he take a stand..the security forces not capable of holding prisoners..they are all escaping..high level to low level.
Guyana strength lies in it weakest link..how can they go up to an organised military force.
Skinnyman,Fineman,Shortman are tipical example..local buxton gang .
The whole security forces need to be reorganise.should not be one sided.
putintain

Floyd, VA

#12 Aug 9, 2008
HUgo, bad man,went into someones country. Looks like the action of a mad man.must have gotten the idea from someone.
putintain

Floyd, VA

#13 Aug 9, 2008
dont care who he is ,just want his oil,why cant he just play along???
common sense

Georgetown, Guyana

#14 Aug 9, 2008
If we retaliate against Venezuela would only be adding fuel to the fire, I am not saying that they were right to blow up two Guyanese mining dredges in the Cuyuni River.

But the best way to settle this dispute is by talking between the two country, not to start a war like in India and Pakistan fighting for a piece of land (Kashmir).
Mitta

Georgetown, Guyana

#15 Aug 10, 2008
And i reiterate the correct way of dealing with the matter was through discussion and negotiation, which was done as a conflict resolution strategy...and it was a success..

As common sense said... why add fuel to the fire? No need to get an army and bomb back.. it only complicates the matter more.. Rem.. the initiation of the bombing was unknown at first..doesn't make sense to act out of ignorance without getting to the bottom of the issue
pilot 102

Middlesex, NJ

#16 Aug 10, 2008
Run wrote:
How can he take a stand..the security forces not capable of holding prisoners..they are all escaping..high level to low level.
Guyana strength lies in it weakest link..how can they go up to an organised military force.
Skinnyman,Fineman,Shortman are tipical example..local buxton gang .
The whole security forces need to be reorganise.should not be one sided.
Who is to be blamed for that ? Please dont tell me its the PNC / Corbin that is the old PPP line.
Joe Pub-Licks

Georgetown, Guyana

#17 Aug 10, 2008
pilot 102 wrote:
<quoted text> Who is to be blamed for that ? Please dont tell me its the PNC / Corbin that is the old PPP line.
Blame ya self! Cah instead ah running out de country you shouldda remain hey and try to mek ah difference.

Help fix some ah de ills dat ya blog about!
pilot 102

Middlesex, NJ

#18 Aug 10, 2008
Thanks to my very good friend , the Vet in Berbice YOUR FLEA PROBLEM IS OVER .
Mahesh Mahipaul

Georgetown, Guyana

#19 Sep 28, 2008
venezula has no right to attack GUYANA.What many people don't know that venezula dilpomats came to guyana and exprssed that they regret the attack.

Since: Dec 06

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#20 Sep 28, 2008
dvd_abad wrote:
This is a proof of how the Media and people lies about Venezuela.
The Chavez revolution wants to UNIFIED all of South America NOT TAKE. so the entire region is not controlled by outsiders.
right, Chavez wants it all controlled by him.

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