Monday, February 14, 2005

Is Russia Getting Fed Up??

Russia may be blatantly thumbing her nose at the Bush Crime Family's imperialistic motives for world domination. Russia is allying with Iran and it's nuclear power program, as well as, sending arms shipments to other countries (Syria and Venezuela) threatened by the arrogant Crime Family.

The condition of the United States, occupied by terrorist idealogues, is in critical condition. Nowhere is there a 'coalition of the willing' but, only possibly a coalition of the indebted or needy. Populations of countries all around the world are exerting enormous pressure on their governments to stop aiding the criminal terror regime controlling the US military. And that goes for US citizens as well although, voices from the American people are ignored.

In Venezuela, President Hugo Chavez, a democratically elected official, has accused the US in the aiding of Colombian rebels to underscore his government. This action, as well as, the kidnapping of a rebel leader in Caracas is a violation of Venezuelan national sovereignty. The main point of the US meddling is control of Venezuelan oil, a 350 year reserve crucial to the US terror regime's world domination goals.
In preparation for a US/Colombian raid on his country, Chavez has began to purchase arms from Russia in self defense.

Syria has recently been working closely with Russia in the areas of oil, gas and defense systems. Undoubtedly, Syria's concerns are aimed at the terror regime in Washington D.C. and it's weapons systems from Russia will include antiaircraft missile defense. Of course, we will hear the chickenhawks fabricate rhetoric that has nothing to do with Syria's self preservation only that, 'insurgents' will acquire the weapons and use them against US forces in Iraq. None of these allegations can be verified, of course.

The critical issue about all of this is, the effect on American soldiers. Soldiers placed in harm's way by lies, fabrications and a domination craze by the republican party in America. Our soldiers are now in a unwinnable war in Iraq. The Iraq elections tell us that democracy is not the style of government that is wanted but, a return to the system of old. How much longer will the atrocities by America's appointed terrorists continue? When will the Iraqi people get their country back with the government they want and not a government that is appointed, fabricated and stolen? What country is next to be invaded by fabricated falsehoods common to the Bush Regime??

Time will tell.....as the body count rises.

5 Comments:

At 2/14/2005 1:40 PM , Blogger Tyzilee said...

Half of us agrees with you..the other guy has issues.. glad to meet someone who fights the good fight. we get our jabs in too...visit ashabousha.blogspot.com for daily hilarity quotients.

 
At 2/15/2005 9:06 AM , Blogger Michael Moore-on said...

Lib, Without getting into the absurdity that defines this last post, I would like to point out something that is uncharacteristic of you. You point out Chavez accusing the US of aiding Columbian rebels to undermine his government. These allegations are of course unverified. That doesn't bother you. The next paragraph cites future "chickenhawk rhetoric" that you point out is "unverified." Somehow the standard has changed, it's OK for Chavez to make unverified allegations, in fact you defend him. Fine with me. I simply ask that the same level of proof you afford Chavez should be afforded to everyone. Don't ask me to accept unverified allegations in one paragraph, only to ask that I dismiss others because they don't fall neatly into your own unverified allegations. Not like you.

 
At 2/15/2005 9:33 AM , Blogger ProgressivePatriot said...

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At 2/15/2005 9:41 AM , Blogger ProgressivePatriot said...

Actually, Chavez has requested that the US not arm the Uribe many times. This is actually old history.

A Short HistoryThe chickenhawk rhetoric is alleged, at the time I wrote it but, I have enormous faith it will be substantiated.....usually is. Those right-wing talking points are getting redundant.

 
At 2/15/2005 3:52 PM , Blogger halcyon67 said...

Surprisingly, I am not sure why these actions didn't happen a long time ago. But Russia does have something to be thankful for. Russia is a superpower, a nuclear and military superpower, by my standards. Putin is a dictator, he has people who criticize him thrown into jail. He just received the executive privelege of being able to appoint presidents to the autonomous oblasts, and I think that includes the Kaliningrad Oblast as well. Why not attack Russia? But I can say this, if Brinkmanship does occur or raise to the height that it was during the Cold War, Russia would destroy the United States. That is horrible to say, but our missile defense system does not work, it failed. The Russian missile system can knock out any major US city with one missile, and it can also knock out and shields that the US had or has in place.

Veneuzuela (sp?) that is a whole other story. Chavez was elected democratically and he is a true representative of his people. Bush called him a terrorist it was either this past Saturday or Sunday, just because of an arms purchase and he was seen with Castro. Castro is seen as a terrorist through American eyes. Another one's terrorist is one's freedom fighter. But anyway, if Bush is going to call Chavez a terrorist because of arm purchasing and Castro, someone should be calling the US the same thing. We are harboring terrorists that are wanted by the Vietnamese government, and the US gov't. knows that they are there. The US has negotiated and dealt with many terrorists groups.

I agree Short, the talking points are getting redundant.

 

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