Chavez, to Zionist...SHOVE IT!
Chavez Says US Can 'Shove' Terror List
By JORGE RUEDA – 1 day ago
CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — President Hugo Chavez dared the U.S. on Friday to put Venezuela on a list of countries accused of supporting terrorism, calling it one more attempt by Washington to undermine him for political reasons. Chavez said the "threat to include us on the terrorist list" is Washington's response to his own successes in the region.
U.S. lawmakers including Rep. Connie Mack and Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, both Florida Republicans, have called for the State Department to add Venezuela to its list of terror sponsors, which currently includes North Korea, Iran, Syria, Sudan and Cuba. They have expressed concerns about what they call Chavez's close ties to Colombia's leftist rebels.
"Let them make that list and shove it in their pocket," Chavez said in a televised speech.
"We shouldn't forget for an instant that we're in a battle against North American imperialism and that they have classified us as enemies — at least in this continent they have us as enemy No. 1," Chavez said.
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said Thursday during a visit to Brazil that all U.N. nations, including Venezuela, have an obligation to go after terrorists and keep them from operating within their borders.
The comment was largely a warning for Chavez, who U.S. officials suspect has lent support to Colombian rebels. In recent days, Rice and President Bush have sharpened their rhetoric against Chavez while at the same time praising Colombia and other Latin American allies in a bid to isolate the Venezuelan leader.
Asked whether Washington was seriously considering designating Venezuela as a state sponsor of terrorism, Rice said the U.S. was ready to respond if necessary.
"There is after all a U.N. obligation that all states have undertaken to do everything that they can to prevent terrorists from actively using their territory, from being engaged in terrorist financing," Rice told reporters after a meeting with Brazilian leaders Thursday.
Chavez said Rice's visit to Brazil and Chile this week is aimed at mounting "pressures" against "our government and against me in particular."
Chavez also responded to earlier critical comments by Bush, saying "you've seen the imperial chief himself attack us again."
"The chief of the empire is going around desperate," Chavez said.
"The imperial plan is to overthrow this government and knock down the Bolivarian Revolution," he said, referring to his socialist movement. "They're afraid of the impact of this revolution in the rest of the countries ... of Latin America. That permanent aggression is because of that."
Bush on Wednesday accused the Venezuelan government of destabilizing, provocative behavior, saying "it has squandered its oil wealth in an effort to promote its hostile, anti-American vision
JEW ARE A DONKEY
told ya so???
July 11, 2008
US Turns ‘War Sights’ Towards South American As Saudi Arabia-Mexican Oil Output Plummets
By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers (Traducción al Español abajo)
South American Leaders are reported in turmoil today over the United States reactivation this past week of the US Navy’s Forth Fleet tasked to begin encircling the Southern Hemispheres, and perhaps the World’s, greatest new oil region.
Of particular concern to South America is the makeup in leadership of this new, and threatening, US force, and as we can read as reported by the United States Navy News Service:
“The commander of Naval Special Warfare Command (NSW) turned over command of 8,400 Navy SEALs, special warfare combatant-craft crewmen and supporting staff during a ceremony today at the Naval Amphibious Base in Coronado, Calif.
Rear Admiral Joseph D. Kernan relinquished command to his deputy commander, Rear Adm. Garry J. Bonelli. Kernan had served at the helm of the Navy's special operations forces since last June.
Kernan will go on to serve as both commander, U.S. 4th Fleet, and commander, U.S. Naval Forces Southern Command in Mayport, Fla. U.S. 4th Fleet is responsible for U.S. Navy ships, aircraft and submarines operating in the Caribbean Sea and Central and South America and the surrounding waters. The command was originally operational from 1943-1950 before it was disestablished. The Chief of Naval Operations announced its re-establishment April 24.”
Russian Military Analysts, also, concur with South America’s assessment of the choice of leadership for this ‘reactivated’ US military force now off their coasts by openly wondering why the choice of an experienced special warfare commander has been chosen over a more traditional open water one.
Reaction to this latest provocative move by the US against South America has generated great concern, with Argentina’s Deputy Foreign Minister, Victorio Taccetti, stating to reporters "We are concerned by the subject of the Fourth Fleet. We are concerned because we don't know why it is being reactivated.", and Venezuela’s President Chavez stating, "What reason could the United States have for dispatching such a powerful naval force to a peaceful region? They will never admit that it is for natural resources."
But, perhaps, the greatest slam against the neocon warmongers in the United States was leveled by Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, and who during his visit to Vietnam praised the Vietnamese war victory over the US by stating that it was a “victory of the oppressed”.
Russian oil analysts, however, state in their reports that the United States has ‘nowhere else to turn’ but South America for their vital energy needs as two of their largest importers of oil, Saudi Arabia and Mexico, are both reported to be running out.
So drastic has the situation in Mexico become that they have reported that production at their Cantarell oil complex, one of the World’s largest, has plummeted by a third in the past year and they may lose fuel self-sufficiency for their own Nation.
The situation with Saudi Arabian oil fields is even more desperate, and as we can read as reported by the Business Week News Service:
“[The] detailed document, obtained from a person with access to Saudi oil officials, suggests that Saudi Aramco will be limited to sustained production of just 12 million barrels a day in 2010, and will be able to maintain that volume only for short, temporary periods such as emergencies. Then it will scale back to a sustainable production level of about 10.4 million barrels a day, according to the data. Business Week obtained a field-by-field breakdown of estimated Saudi oil production from 2009 through 2013.”
These reports further point out that United States is unable to obtain oil supplies from its traditional sources as Britain’s North Sea oil output had peaked in 1999 and has been declining ever since, and the vast Norwegian oil fields are also reported to be in ‘sharp decline’.
Even Russia, these reports warn, has reached its peak in oil production with the Economist News Service warning, “The discovery that Russia can no longer be relied upon to cater to the world's ever-increasing appetite for oil is naturally helping to propel prices to record levels.”
Of the dire situation facing the United States, billionaire oil investor T. Boone Pickens, perhaps the most knowledgeable person in the World on oil, has stated that the current energy crisis is ‘very close to war’.
Mr. Pickens further pointed out that though Americans are led to blame their oil companies for the catastrophic rise in oil prices, nothing could be further from the truth as over 70 percent of the oil in the World is owned by state-owned companies, none by the US oil giants who only pump out, and sell, what belongs to other Nations.
Going unnoticed by the American people too, Mr. Pickens continues, is that the United States appetite for oil is costing their Nation over $700 billion a year in what has become during the past decade the largest transfer of wealth in World history.
The energy crisis facing the World, however, does not apply to South America, as Venezuela now has the largest proven oil reserves in the World, and gasoline is selling for 12 US cents a gallon, and Brazil has discovered new oil in what is being reported as the “World's third-largest known oil reserve”.
Not just to Venezuela and Brazil, either, are the Americans coveting South America, as Bolivia has one of the largest natural gas reserves in the World, and the World’s largest concentration of iron ore, and Chile has one of the World’s largest concentrations of metals, including silver, gold and over 35 percent of World’s known copper.
Unfortunately, however, for the United States, their staunchest allies in South America, Peru and Colombia have as their largest exports to the US cocaine, heroin and marijuana.
Many in the World today, like Cuba’s aging leader Fidel Castro, are now openly wondering if the American’s are returning to the era of ‘gunboat diplomacy,’ and which saw the US backing of brutal South American dictatorships throughout the 20th Century, including the assassinations of Presidents, mass murders of civilians and the rape of resources from all of Latin America.
To the likelihood, though, of South American Nations submitting to these new US provocations with fear there appears to be evidence to the contrary as Brazil has put out an order for 120 additional fighter aircraft, Venezuela’s President Chavez is expanding his Nations arsenal of weapons with new purchases from Russia, Ecuador’s President Rafael Correa has ordered the removal of all US troops from his country, and Argentina’s President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner has “told [her] defence chiefs that Argentina must be prepared to assert its sovereignty and protect its natural resources, as nations compete to claim areas of the region believed to be rich in oil”.
There appears to be no evidence that the American people themselves are aware of these grave new war moves being made by their Leaders as more of their sons, daughters, fathers and mothers prepare to die upon yet another foreign battlefield these peoples know virtually nothing about.
But, to their warning, and as their fears grow over Iranian nuclear weapons, they should turn their eyes more south as South American Leaders have vowed ‘never again’, and even worse, they now have the means to back up the protection of their homeland, and as we had previously reported on in our May 23rd report “Brazil Prepares Nuclear Bomb Test To Protect Amazon Rights”.
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