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Jul 17, 2013
 
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Where would Cuba get up-to-date-weaponry, goof? JANES, said the goods, as far as they could see, were old-style weapons. They,{as compared to your imagination), actually know what they are talking about. Your mouth seems to get running long before your intellectual capacity is switched to the 'ON' position.
I told you once before,'Winners, Win', and that's exactly what Maduro did. Jimmy Carter,(the former American President), was in attendance during the last election, as an official observer for the United Nations. He said that,'Venezuela, had the most modern, efficient, voting system, that he had ever witnessed'. He also stated,'This election is indeed, absolutely fair'.
Stick that in your pipe and smoke it, goof. Castro, or his influence, had nothing to do with the outcome of this election.
You only say that, because you are connected with the American CIA, and the Billions of dollars they wasted, trying to discredit Maduro, and influence the Venezuelan electorate to vote for the American-Puppet-Candidate, Caspriles. Too bad, about your luck!
so now Americans are good for something
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Jummy Carter??? Oh yeah the peanut
The Iranian Hostage Crisis---The deposed Shah of Iran had come to the U.S. to get treatment for cancer. When he arrived, the Iranians stormed our embassy, and held about 20 U.S. diplomats hostage for a little over a year. Carter tried a military rescue attempt, that failed miserably, with our helicopters crashing in the desert about 100 miles outside of Tehran, and about 30 solders getting killed. The Iranians only started to seriously negotiate the hostages release when Reagan was the president elect, and let them go about 10 minutes after he was officially sworn into office.

Overly trusting the Soviet Union---He had negotiated an arms control treaty with Leonid Brezhnev, the then leader of the now deposed Soviet Union, trusting he would abide by it. About a month later, Brezhnev marched his Soviet troupes into Afghanistan, and overtook the country.

The economy---Under the Carter administration, both unemployment and inflation rose at a significant rate. One of his campaign promises was that he would send every American a $50.00 bill, hoping they would spend it and stimulate the economy. That never even came close to happening.

Weakening the military---Besides the failed rescue attempt previously mentioned (which happened a little less then a year before he left office) Carter pretty much gutted out the military. Even though the economy was terrible, enlistments were down, and more people who were already in the military were leaving at a faster pace once their time was up. This, along with the unexpected Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, was the reason why he reinstated young men who were between the ages of 18-20 (of which I was one) to register for a potential draft.

Not respected by our NATO allies--What the leader of France had to say about him could not be repeated on the airwaves. The rest of the NATO countries did not sing high praises of him neither.

Being blindly naive--He was, by far, way to trusting! The Soviet Union is just one case in such!

A terrible speaker---He would always lick his lips, and give a nervous smile (which happened way far to often) whenever a reporter caught him off guard with a question. More often then not, he came across as unsure of himself. Not the image you want the leader of the #1 power in the free world to portray.
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Jul 17, 2013
 
PANAMA CITY – Panama on Tuesday called for U.N. investigators to inspect a shipment of suspected weapons parts aboard a North Korean-flagged ship as it tried to enter the Panama Canal last week.
President Ricardo Martinelli tweeted a photo of the suspected weapons cache, which weapons experts have identified as an ageing Soviet-built radar control system for surface-to-air missiles.
The government said the contraband munitions were hidden under thousands of bags of sugar aboard the North Korean-flagged Chong Chon Gang.
Officials said if the shipment is indeed determined to contain missile components, that could violate a U.N. ban on most weapons being shipped into or out of North Korea.
Panama's Security Minister José Raúl Mulino told RPC radio that the affair now is a matter for United Nations investigators.
"The Security Council will have to send experts," he said.
The United States hailed the Panamanian action, and said it stood ready to help if needed.
Asked if Washington was concerned Cuba was also implicated in possible arms smuggling to Pyongyang, State Department spokesman Patrick Ventrell said it was too early to say, but added that "any country that would be exporting arms or arms-related material to North Korea would be in violation" of U.N. resolutions.
In the meantime, authorities here said they were continuing to unload thousands of bags of sugar that had concealed the suspected weapons shipment.
The magazine IHS Jane's Defence Weekly said Tuesday that the photo tweeted appeared to show an "RSN-75 'Fan Song' fire-control radar system."
A handout picture released on Tuesday by Panama President Ricardo Martinelli on his Twitter account (@rmartinelli) shows what he believes is "sophisticated missile equipment, that is not allowed," seized on a North Korean cargo ship off the coast of Panama. Outlining a dramatic sequence of events, Martinelli said the ship was targeted by drug enforcement officials as it approached the Panama Canal and was taken into port, but a search revealed cargo of far greater concern. Panama Presidency/AFP
The weapons were developed in 1957 and frequently used during the Vietnam War.
Officials in Panama said the crew resisted and the ship's captain attempted to commit suicide after the vessel was stopped as it prepared to enter the canal on Friday – making the shipment even more suspicious, according to weapons experts.
"The manner in which the cargo was concealed and the reported reaction of the crew strongly suggests this was a covert shipment of equipment," Jane's Defence Weekly said in a statement.
Martinelli said the ship, which was sailing from Cuba with a crew of about three dozen, was targeted Friday by drug enforcement officials as it approached the Panama Canal and was taken into port.
After a search, officials found the contraband missiles hidden in a shipment of 220,000 pounds (100,000 kilograms) of sugar.
"The world needs to sit up and take note: You cannot go around shipping undeclared weapons of war through the Panama Canal," he told Radio Panama listeners on Monday.
The vessel was headed back to North Korea when it was stopped and taken to a port in Manzanillo, east of the Atlantic opening of the Panama Canal, and is being held in a restricted zone, officials said.
Cuba is the only one-party Communist regime in the Americas, and a rare ally of also isolated Pyongyang.
Presidential spokesman Luis Eduardo Camacho said an examination of the ship by weapons specialists may take as long as a week.
North Korea defiantly carried out its third nuclear weapons test in February and then threatened to attack the United States, in language that was shrill even by its standards.
The North has for decades had a program to develop missiles of all types. Last December it successfully launched a three-stage rocket which placed a satellite in orbit.

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Jummy Carter??? Oh yeah the peanut
The Iranian Hostage Crisis---The deposed Shah of Iran had come to the U.S. to get treatment for cancer. When he arrived, the Iranians stormed our embassy, and held about 20 U.S. diplomats hostage for a little over a year. Carter tried a military rescue attempt, that failed miserably, with our helicopters crashing in the desert about 100 miles outside of Tehran, and about 30 solders getting killed. The Iranians only started to seriously negotiate the hostages release when Reagan was the president elect, and let them go about 10 minutes after he was officially sworn into office.
Overly trusting the Soviet Union---He had negotiated an arms control treaty with Leonid Brezhnev, the then leader of the now deposed Soviet Union, trusting he would abide by it. About a month later, Brezhnev marched his Soviet troupes into Afghanistan, and overtook the country.
The economy---Under the Carter administration, both unemployment and inflation rose at a significant rate. One of his campaign promises was that he would send every American a $50.00 bill, hoping they would spend it and stimulate the economy. That never even came close to happening.
Weakening the military---Besides the failed rescue attempt previously mentioned (which happened a little less then a year before he left office) Carter pretty much gutted out the military. Even though the economy was terrible, enlistments were down, and more people who were already in the military were leaving at a faster pace once their time was up. This, along with the unexpected Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, was the reason why he reinstated young men who were between the ages of 18-20 (of which I was one) to register for a potential draft.
Not respected by our NATO allies--What the leader of France had to say about him could not be repeated on the airwaves. The rest of the NATO countries did not sing high praises of him neither.
Being blindly naive--He was, by far, way to trusting! The Soviet Union is just one case in such!
A terrible speaker---He would always lick his lips, and give a nervous smile (which happened way far to often) whenever a reporter caught him off guard with a question. More often then not, he came across as unsure of himself. Not the image you want the leader of the #1 power in the free world to portray.
Balsero when are you going to post something intelligent from your mind? Can you only copy other people??...
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Jul 17, 2013
 
Thet same Korean ship has been detained before transporting drugs and weapons

All the weapons and missiles were hidden UNDER thousands of bag containing sugar.

http://youtu.be/IS5WibgyGd4
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Jul 18, 2013
 
Lo más importante
Ay mama el Maduro se va

El chavismo ha perdido peso en el campo de la diplomaciaadelgado@elnuevohera ld.com (Antonio Maria Delgado)18/07/2013 3:01 a.m.

Pese a haber gastado miles de millones en su política exterior, el chavismo ya no infunde el mismo grado de respeto en el campo diplomático, con algunos de sus aliados mostrándose incómodos y arrastrando los pies a la hora de apoyar al Socialismo del Siglo XXI.

Y es que apoyar al régimen bajo el mando de su nuevo líder, Nicolás Maduro, no es lo mismo que hacerlo cuando el presidente Hugo Chávez se mantenía con vida, en parte debido a su falta de carisma y los cuestionamientos de su legitimidad y en parte debido a que la crisis económica que atraviesa la república sudamericana le ha dejado con menos recursos para su “diplomacia de chequera”, dijeron analistas.

“Los países de América Latina, ya no tienen el entusiasmo de seguir apoyando al Socialismo del Siglo XXI, hay una especie de indiferencia. Ya los países comienzan a sentirse un poco cansados porque se dan cuenta de la ilegitimidad de Maduro y no tienen ganas de seguir apoyándolo”, comentó Guillermo Lousteau, presidente del Interamerican Institute for Democracy.

“De un apoyo que podrían haber tenido hace un año, hoy tiene una indiferencia que quizás sea cómplice –porque le permite a Venezuela seguir manejando asociaciones, como el Mercosur– pero que muestra una situación diferente en el trato que se le está dando hacia Venezuela y hacia el socialismo del Siglo XXI”, sostuvo Lousteau.

http://m.elnuevoherald.com/nuevo/db_33546/con...
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Indigena Buster wrote:
Jummy Carter??? Oh yeah the peanut
The Iranian Hostage Crisis---The deposed Shah of Iran had come to the U.S. to get treatment for cancer. When he arrived, the Iranians stormed our embassy, and held about 20 U.S. diplomats hostage for a little over a year. Carter tried a military rescue attempt, that failed miserably, with our helicopters crashing in the desert about 100 miles outside of Tehran, and about 30 solders getting killed. The Iranians only started to seriously negotiate the hostages release when Reagan was the president elect, and let them go about 10 minutes after he was officially sworn into office.
Overly trusting the Soviet Union---He had negotiated an arms control treaty with Leonid Brezhnev, the then leader of the now deposed Soviet Union, trusting he would abide by it. About a month later, Brezhnev marched his Soviet troupes into Afghanistan, and overtook the country.
The economy---Under the Carter administration, both unemployment and inflation rose at a significant rate. One of his campaign promises was that he would send every American a $50.00 bill, hoping they would spend it and stimulate the economy. That never even came close to happening.
Weakening the military---Besides the failed rescue attempt previously mentioned (which happened a little less then a year before he left office) Carter pretty much gutted out the military. Even though the economy was terrible, enlistments were down, and more people who were already in the military were leaving at a faster pace once their time was up. This, along with the unexpected Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, was the reason why he reinstated young men who were between the ages of 18-20 (of which I was one) to register for a potential draft.
Not respected by our NATO allies--What the leader of France had to say about him could not be repeated on the airwaves. The rest of the NATO countries did not sing high praises of him neither.
Being blindly naive--He was, by far, way to trusting! The Soviet Union is just one case in such!
A terrible speaker---He would always lick his lips, and give a nervous smile (which happened way far to often) whenever a reporter caught him off guard with a question. More often then not, he came across as unsure of himself. Not the image you want the leader of the #1 power in the free world to portray.
A little bit of information was overlooked in your rant, my friend. Canada RESCUED YOUR PEOPLE FROM THE IRANIAN EMBASSY, something you conveniently overlooked, my American Blowhard, friend.
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Jul 28, 2013
 
Don From Canada t wrote:
<quoted text> A little bit of information was overlooked in your rant, my friend. Canada RESCUED YOUR PEOPLE FROM THE IRANIAN EMBASSY, something you conveniently overlooked, my American Blowhard, friend.
Well said and it strengh my point which is that Jimmy Caster is an idio

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Jul 28, 2013
 
Indigena buster why couldn't you bust a group of people when you were more than 12 million in Cuba. Why did you all run like cowards? What? you all didn't care? we know...
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Indigena buster why couldn't you bust a group of people when you were more than 12 million in Cuba. Why did you all run like cowards? What? you all didn't care? we know...
Mojon ignorante en Cuba la poblacion en el 1959 era de 6 millones no 12 millones.Sin embargo ustedes son 29 millones y el viejito de Fidel se los esta templando y SIN CONDOM...LOL,LOL.
KARMA IS A BITCH

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Mojon ignorante en Cuba la poblacion en el 1959 era de 6 millones no 12 millones.Sin embargo ustedes son 29 millones y el viejito de Fidel se los esta templando y SIN CONDOM...LOL,LOL.
KARMA IS A BITCH
como a ti ya no se te para tienes que vivir una fantasia atravez de tu idolo Castro. balsero eres bien diabolico, nada raro en los Cristianos sabes. Venezuela no esta corriendo de su problema. Son otros tiempos. No es el mismo caso. Pero claro eso es algo que no esta a tu nived de entendimiento pobre diablo.

No tomes mucha Viagra balcerdo que eso da ulceras y "haratacs"
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<quoted text>como a ti ya no se te para tienes que vivir una fantasia atravez de tu idolo Castro. balsero eres bien diabolico, nada raro en los Cristianos sabes. Venezuela no esta corriendo de su problema. Son otros tiempos. No es el mismo caso. Pero claro eso es algo que no esta a tu nived de entendimiento pobre diablo.
No tomes mucha Viagra balcerdo que eso da ulceras y "haratacs"
JAJAJA No estan corriendo y ya casi hay in millon en USA y eso que ustedes no disfrutan del privilegio de que los reciban en USA.Si tuvieran ese privilegio habrian 20 millons de indios en USA
Gracias por tus consejos y por tus experiencias con el Viagra,pero yo no la necesito aun

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balsero descarao vienen mas de diez mil Cubanos aca flotando como mojones cada ano. Nosotros venimos en avion y no corriendo de un viejo que esta casi muerto. chico si eres descarao y bruto!
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balsero descarao vienen mas de diez mil Cubanos aca flotando como mojones cada ano. Nosotros venimos en avion y no corriendo de un viejo que esta casi muerto. chico si eres descarao y bruto!
Ese mismo viejo es el que se los esta templando a ustedes y sin condom.Clase indios pendejos.
Karma is a Bitch......LOL....LOL!

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balsero ponte a trabajar chico que el chek (de welfare)no viene todavia
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Jul 29, 2013
 
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balsero ponte a trabajar chico que el chek (de welfare)no viene todavia
comrade mojon que morrongaso te dieron!

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