Skip to comments.Iran: Northern border of Costa Rica (alarm in CR of Iranian Islamists' infiltration)
Posted on 01/21/2011 6:36:02 AM PST by Righting
Iran: Northern border of Costa Rica
They're public and undeniable terrorist strategies, discriminatory and violative of human rights promotes Iranian President in his country and attempts to export to the world. It is also indisputable the serious and imminent threat to mankind posed by Iran's nuclear program, which Ahmadinejad has refused to stop despite the five Security Council resolutions ordering it and the repeated warnings from the International Atomic Energy Agency.
Many Costa Ricans believe that a humanitarian tragedy resulting from the Iranian regime would occur "across the world" and would have consequences for our country. Who thinks this is totally wrong, considering the close ties that Iran has established with Venezuela, Bolivia, Ecuador and Nicaragua.
In the specific case of Nicaragua, remember that the Index of Democratic Development in Latin America qualify as very low democratic development, surpassing only Venezuela, Bolivia and Ecuador. It is also a country with high dependence on oil for electricity generation. So no wonder his relationship with Iran, another country with like-minded and one of the largest oil producers in the world.
According to a report from the Institute of Strategic Studies and Public Policy based in Managua, Nicaragua's foreign policy has shown a high degree of proximity to Venezuela and Iran since the start of the Ortega government. Ahmadinejad visited Nicaragua in January 2007, three days after Ortega's inauguration. During that visit the two presidents announced the reopening of embassies in both countries mutual.
Nicaragua and Iran have signed agreements on cooperation in industry, agriculture, health, dairy, health and housing sector and for the construction of two Nicaraguan ports, four hydroelectric plants and a hospital in Managua. The total promised Iranian aid to Nicaragua in all these projects exceeds $ 1.2 billion. This does not include millions more offered by Iran to Nicaragua in suspicious loans.
The Director Iranian foreign policy in Latin America has offered "training" for Nicaraguans and diplomats closer to politics and not just economic, for which the Nicaraguan analysts have doubted themselves. Hence the conclusion that Iran intends to install a political and operational base in Nicaragua. This also gives credence to the accusation that the recent border conflict between Costa Rica and Nicaragua is a sign of Chavez and Ortega plan, funded by Iran, to create a Nicaraguan canal linking the Pacific and the Atlantic and compete with the Canal Panama.
As further evidence, Ortega has visited Iran several times, some of them without publicly explaining their purposes, "with the message" set a new world order "and supporting the disputed Iranian nuclear program. In a speech at Tehran University, Ortega said the Iranian and Nicaraguan revolutions "are twin revolutions, with the same objectives. This explains why our dear brother, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has visited Ecuador, Venezuela and Nicaragua. It is not merely the expression of our people holding hands, linking hope, by joining the fighting spirit and this makes it big, powerful and invincible our people ... This is ... the spirit of the fighters ... they said we march towards sun of freedom or to death, and if we die, no matter! our cause will live on, others will follow .... " Costa Rica: the danger of the Iranian regime is not a problem of others, nor far from our country. It is a real threat and very close to Costa Rica, no less than our northern border. The events of recent days confirm this.
someone gets a clue BUMP
Wow! The two harshest responses imaginable, and neither one worked? I'm amazed. I guess there's nothing more we could try beyond accepting life with a nuclear-armed Iran that provides weapons to terrorists. After all, the smartest man in history has assured us that the little people in America can absorb another terrorist attack, so how bad could this be?