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9/11: Chavez financed Al Qaeda, details of $1M donation emerge
Militares Democraticos ^ | 12/31/02 | Editor - Militares Democraticos

Posted on 12/31/2002 5:25:32 PM PST by shanec

9/11: Chavez financed Al Qaeda, details of $1M donation emerge

Osama Bin Laden
Osama Bin Laden:
9/11 made Chavez
happy.

Hugo Chavez
Hugo Chavez:
Terrorism sponsor,
$1M to Al Qaeda.

Walter Marquez
His Ambassador,
Walter Marquez:

Bin Laden's link.

Juan Diaz Castillo
His pilot, May. Juan
Diaz Castillo:
Planned
the operation, then
defected.


By Johan Freitas, in Caracas, with Luis Garcia, in Miami

High-level military defectors reveal new terrorist links between Al Qaeda and Venezuelan strongman Hugo Chavez. The man who control's the largest oil reserves in the Western hemisphere gave $1 million to the world's most wanted terrorist right after the 9/11 attacks.

Hugo Chavez would not admit it publicly, but in private, he was very impressed with Osama Bin Laden's work. The Venezuelan strongman publicly rails against the United States and "neo-liberal capitalism" which, according to him, represents "hell on earth". He has never visited the White House, but has instead been to China, Libya, Iraq, and Havana, Cuba.

The doublespeak of Hugo Chavez served him particularly well in the aftermath of 9/11. When he spoke to the foreign press in the days immediately after, he assured them that he was against terrorism. But locally, in his first TV broadcast, he stated that "The United States brought the attacks upon itself, for their arrogant imperialist foreign policy."
And in private, he went further still; proclaiming admiration for the terrorist attacks.
" - With 9/11, Bin Laden showed the whole world that he was a force to be reckoned with. This impressed Hugo to no end," remembers General Pedro Pereira, the highest-ranking general in the Venezuelan airforce, who was still a Chavez loyalist in 2001.

The day after the attack, September 12, Chavez supporters publicly burned the Stars and Stripes in the main square of Caracas in an outburst of gleeful satisfaction over the attacks.
The organizer of the Plaza Bolivar protest, Lina Ron (a.k.a. "Rosa", born 9/23/59 in Anaco, Anzoátegui state), received public praise from Chavez. Unknown to the press, Lina Ninette Ron Pereira had been on the payroll of Caracas governor Hernan Gruber Odreman, ever since Chavez appointed him head of the Distrito Federal in 1999. She is still employed by Chavez, today working for Caracas borough mayor Freddy Bernal of Chavez's MVR party. There, she is in charge of a "cultural center" which mobilizes masses for pro-Chavez demonstrations and is active in breaking up opposition events.

$1M for Al Qaeda to fight against the United States
But Chavez did not stop at merely praising the attacks and having his support groups burn the American flag. He wanted to do more. He wanted to help Al Qaeda and the Taliban in their coming war against the United States.

Juan Diaz Castillo from Venezuela's Air Force, was given that job.
The private pilot of Hugo Chavez, Major Diaz Castillo has since defected and has started to talk. As the trusted insider who flew the president's Airbus, he was an eye-witness to secret meetings between Chavez and some of the top dictators in the world. He was also in charge of organizing one million dollars worth of assistance from Chavez to Al Qaeda.

" - Chavez trusted me completely. So right after 9/11, when he decided to help Al Qaeda, he turned to Jorge Oropeza and to me. Jorge was my boss in the presidential air support unit, but he is just a political appointee, so I did all the actual work."

The work, as ordered by Chavez, was to help Al Qaeda but to make it look like he was helping the Taliban, using humanitarian grounds as the excuse.

" - Initially, the plan was not to give them money. Instead, I was asked to organize a shipment of food and clothing and send it to the government of Afghanistan."
At that time, the government of Afghanistan was the Taliban. But everyone knew that the Taliban and Al Qaeda were just two sides of the same coin. The Taliban-controlled areas of Afghanistan had emerged as the breeding ground for terrorists and extremist groups and the largest source of opium productions and illegal flow of narcotics in the world, posing a serious threat to the peace and stability of the whole region.
" - Chavez saw in Afghanistan a mirror of what he was trying to implement in Venezuela, and wanted a more direct opening with the Al Qaeda organization," says the Major. "He had already tried to contact them once before, in Libya, but when he personally visited Tripoli, Col. Muammar Qaddafi told Chavez that there was no direct channel of communications between him and Al Qaeda."

The aid to the Al Qaeda's camps was supposed to open the channel of communications directly. It was a way of telling Osama Bin Laden that he had a friend in Hugo Chavez.

Air Force Major Diaz Castillo started planning the logistics of sending three Hercules C-130 cargo planes from Venezuela to Afghanistan. The effort would require a large investment in time and personnel, with refueling stops on the way. He came to the conclusion that to transport the cargo to the Taliban and Al Qaeda would be more expensive than the cargo itself.

Involved in the plan was Diosdado Cabello, at the time Chavez's Chief of Staff, the foreign minister and the defense minister. They had a number of meetings, among others with the director of Civil Defense. After hearing from Diaz Castillo of the difficulties with the C-130's, Diosdado Cabello then decided to instead send $1M in cash to Venezuela's ambassador for the region, Dr Walter Marquez. He would then be entrusted with bringing it to Afghanistan.
The doctor - a sinister, wheelchair-bound figure - operates out of an office located at N-114, Panchshila Park, New Delhi, in India. He received the cash in the last week of September, 2001.

When asked at the time about his involvement, Marquez confirmed that he was in charge. " - Venezuela does not have diplomatic representation in Pakistan or Afghanistan but it is within my purview."

On October 3, 2001, a representative of the Venezuelan government then contacted Kris Janowski of the UNHCR in Pakistan. The purpose: To create a cover story of humanitarian help for the Taliban, so that there would be plausible deniability in case anyone asked about the Al Qaeda money.
According to the plan, Walter Marquez would buy and transport food from New Delhi (India) or Teheran (Iran) where Venezuela has embassies.

False identities for terrorist operatives
After Walter Marquez completed his mission, the million-dollar financing bore fruit. A line of communication to Caracas opened up.

" - The handling was then taken over by Carlos Otaiza [brother of Army Captain Elieza Otaiza Castillo, former head of Chavez's DISIP secret service.] So after that, I no longer dealt with them," says Major Diaz Castillo. But from his vantage point in the presidential palace, he still saw a lot of what was going on:
" - In the last few months of 2001, and all throughout 2002, more and more Arabs started arriving. They were always given special treatment by Chavez, Otaiza and Ramon Rodriguez Chacin". Rodriguez Chacin a Chavez-government cabinet member, and headed the Interior and Justice Ministry until the press proved that he operated with multiple identities. He is currently a party boss in the Chavez political machine.

The "special treatment" afforded to visiting Arabs even extended to fugitives. As documented by General Marcos Ferreira former head of the Onidex passport and ID-card administration and now a member of the country's pro-democracy resistance movement, Chavez-minister Rodriguez Chacin ordered him to provide false ID's to named members of foreign terrorist organizations listed by the FBI.

Now, these facts are coming out, and the military resisters are in danger. Major Juan Diaz Castillo and fellow pro-democracy resister General Nestor Gonzalez Gonzalez were the victims of a trap set by Chavez DISIP (Secret Service) agents on December 21, 2002, on the freeway between Valencia and Caracas, near the town of Guacara.
Immediately following the attempt on his life, Juan Diaz Castillo went underground. Friends in the resistence movement smuggled him out of the country the night before Christmas, in the hull of a fishing boat leaving Venezuela for Curazao, in the Dutch Antilles. There, he stayed until he could arrange safe passage to the United States. Today, safely out of reach of the Chavez death squads, he can now talk freely.

" - I must warn America about Chavez. He is a danger, not just to his own people but to the whole region," says Diaz Castillo.

Hugo Chavez is growing increasingly desperate in his hold on power, in Venezuela where a month-long general strike has cut off oil exports and his source of income.
He refuses to hold free and democratic elections, and has publicly vowed to stay in power until "at least 2021". To Chavez, it matters not what his people think:
" - Referendum to remove me? That is not possible, don't waste time. I will not go in a referendum, I say that to the country and the world. It's like this: I won't go," Hugo Chavez said in November.
" - Ah, no, no, forget about fairytales."
" - Not even if we suppose that they hold that referendum and get 90% of the votes, I will not leave. Forget it. I will not leave."
This, all, from the man who personally visited Saddam Hussein in Iraq, hugged him, and called him "my brother," and then gave one million dollars to Al Qaeda right after 9/11.


More information: MilitaresDemocraticos.com

Note: Juan Diaz Castillo, who is quoted in this article, just arrived in the United States. He can be contacted at aguila@MilitaresDemocraticos.com

December 31, 2002


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KEYWORDS: 911; alqaeda; alqaida; alqueda; binladen; castro; chavez; cuba; hugochavez; iraq; jihadnextdoor; latinamericalist; redjihad; saddamhussein; taliban; venezuela; venezuelan
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I spent a lot of time with Major Castillo earlier this month at the Altamira Plaza in Caracas. He's a man of integrity who is deeply concerned about the fate of his country under the Chavez regime and has put his life on the line to expose the abuses of it. He needs to be heard far & wide. (See my first posting on FR from down there here.)

More on why what happens in Venezuela should matter to us here in the USA, well beyond just stable oil supplies, here at these recent FR posts of articles direct from more top Chavez military officers who recently left him...

Terror Threat from Venezuela: Al Queda Involved

Chavez bio-weapons lab in Venezuela for Saddam and Castro

And, still more direct from their web site by clicking this banner below...

-Shane

1 posted on 12/31/2002 5:25:32 PM PST by shanec
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To: Carry_Okie; livius; cocopuff; HAL9000; Cincinatus' Wife; Tailgunner Joe
ping
2 posted on 12/31/2002 5:26:54 PM PST by shanec
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To: support venezuela; marron; MJY1288; Dog Gone; fella; okie01
pong...
3 posted on 12/31/2002 5:27:29 PM PST by shanec
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To: shanec
In Venezuela, Lenin Ramirez Sanchez, electrical engineer from the Central University of Venezuela,
and brother of "Carlos the Jackal", is director of the oil ministry.
4 posted on 12/31/2002 5:28:47 PM PST by Diogenesis
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To: shanec
Where are our investigative reporters from our main stream press? Where is the Senate Intelligence Group? Where is the CIA? Where is our Intel community?

Yeah - the US got singed a little in April? But as the Big Dog said - "You are either with us or against us".

Democracy or not - time for Special Ops....
5 posted on 12/31/2002 5:35:30 PM PST by Bobibutu
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To: shanec
Great post, Shane.
6 posted on 12/31/2002 5:36:21 PM PST by The_Media_never_lie
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To: shanec
and people wonder why I harbor such hatred for commie pinko scumbags, like Chavez - and his american counterparts in the liberal wing of the democratic party...
7 posted on 12/31/2002 5:38:20 PM PST by Chad Fairbanks
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To: shanec
hey, CIA... ping !
8 posted on 12/31/2002 5:39:46 PM PST by glock rocks
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To: Free the USA; B4Ranch; Tancredo Fan; Marine Inspector; Ajnin; agitator; Tancred; Spiff; backhoe; ...
ping
9 posted on 12/31/2002 5:41:12 PM PST by madfly
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To: shanec
Will this ever be on the network news???
10 posted on 12/31/2002 5:45:06 PM PST by Sungirl
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To: shanec
Oh yea, we can handled all of this simultaneously, Iraq, Al Queda, North Korea, goonz from Venzuela, Hamas, Hezbellah and everybody else and their momz.
11 posted on 12/31/2002 5:46:08 PM PST by TexKat
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To: TexKat
Nukes are great, aren't they?
12 posted on 12/31/2002 5:51:16 PM PST by TheDon
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To: shanec
Good post! Like many others here, I'd like to know what it's going to take for the American media to start taking this seriously. I suspect that our government takes it seriously (or at least, I certainly hope so), but there's a thundering silence about Venezuela in the press and on TV. What are they waiting for? What more do they need?
13 posted on 12/31/2002 5:51:17 PM PST by livius
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To: TexKat
BLOAT. pray.
14 posted on 12/31/2002 5:51:56 PM PST by glock rocks
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To: shanec
Watch for the Venezuelan - Al Qaeda connection to show up at the Panama Canal, too.




15 posted on 12/31/2002 5:52:59 PM PST by Sabertooth
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To: shanec
BUMP
16 posted on 12/31/2002 5:53:33 PM PST by RippleFire
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To: shanec; Poohbah; Miss Marple; Howlin; Grampa Dave; mhking; rdb3
Time for a 187 on Hugo Chavez, to use a little lingo from gangsta rap.
17 posted on 12/31/2002 5:59:28 PM PST by hchutch
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To: Diogenesis
That info speaks volumes....
18 posted on 12/31/2002 6:00:08 PM PST by Chad Fairbanks
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To: Sparta
Time to take this little dictator to the cleaners if you know what I mean.
19 posted on 12/31/2002 6:01:16 PM PST by HighRoadToChina
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To: shanec
I'm beginning to wonder if our ambassador to Venezuela (Shapiro) isn't part of the problem. I'm also still in the dark about who (in the administration) has been assigned to this matter.
20 posted on 12/31/2002 6:02:43 PM PST by anniegetyourgun
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To: Bobibutu
When will people realize that Chavez is a PUPPETT Of Castro. Why has Cuba not been declared part of the AXIS OF EVIL.. We have people going to Cuba and talking to Castro about business opportunities and smoking Habaneros with him. I have not heard anything new in the media about Castro's connections to IRAQ and Al-Qaeda and Iran. Folks its time to wakeup and smell the coffee. Lets keep the embargo against Castro. People need to demand that Castro's henchmen leave Venezuela. He is certainly interfering in the internal affairs of Venezuela.
21 posted on 12/31/2002 6:05:07 PM PST by alfons
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To: shanec
but has instead been to China, Libya, Iraq, and Havana, Cuba
Lovely set of friends...
22 posted on 12/31/2002 6:06:56 PM PST by Libertina
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To: anniegetyourgun; Poohbah
It will be dealt with by and by.

One thing for sure, if this guy's story checks out, then Hugo Chavez is eligible for targeting under the Bush Doctrine.
23 posted on 12/31/2002 6:11:59 PM PST by hchutch
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To: shanec
"...he [Chavez] stated that...The United States brought the attacks upon itself..."

Isn't that fairly close to what lil billy said in his Georgetown speech?

24 posted on 12/31/2002 6:13:36 PM PST by Helen
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To: shanec
Greetings shanec, Freepers, et al:

Nice post shanec! The sooner Chavez falls, it seems the better Venezuela, and the rest of the free world will be.

25 posted on 12/31/2002 6:15:47 PM PST by OneLoyalAmerican
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To: *Latin_America_List
bump
26 posted on 12/31/2002 6:20:51 PM PST by The Obstinate Insomniac
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To: Sungirl
Will this ever be on the network news???

The real shame of all this, is that the Venezuelan people know exactly what they are up against there, but via our media here we are oblivious!

Many of the Opposition to Chavez marchers banners below carry similar themes of "NO CUBA HERE!"

We could hope here in the USA for no better allies than the Venezuelan people. According to the just published 2002 Global Attitudes Survey by the Pew Research Center in Washington; 82% have a favorable opinion of the USA, and that is amongst the highest ratings of all the 44 countries surveyed! And, in regard to supporting the US led war on terrorism, 79% favor it while only 20% oppose it! (What's the %'s for/against for that question in the USA right now?!?)

Clearly, no country in South America holds more promise for being a strong and effective ally and supporter of the USA, perhaps none better in this entire Hemisphere, *when* Chavez is gone and remnants of his regime are fully rooted out.

Also, though, there is no current government in this hemisphere that is a more "Clear & Present Danger" to the USA with the continuation and expansion of Hugo Chavez's goals & plans!

-Shane

27 posted on 12/31/2002 6:21:39 PM PST by shanec
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To: shanec
Can the $1mil be traced back to chavez? If it can be proven, Chavez's head should be on a stake planted on the WTC site.
28 posted on 12/31/2002 6:28:29 PM PST by desertcry
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To: shanec
If proven true, Chavez is a terrorist. It is time for the CIA to begin to kill our enemies before they kill us. In this case, make him speak English first, then dispatch him.
29 posted on 12/31/2002 6:42:25 PM PST by Henchman
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To: shanec
If proven true, Chavez is a terrorist. It is time for the CIA to begin to kill our enemies before they kill us. In this case, make him speak English first, then dispatch him.
30 posted on 12/31/2002 6:42:29 PM PST by Henchman
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To: glock rocks
Interestingly enough CIA has been a registered freeper since 12-14-02.
I guess this means we can ping them directly?! :-o
31 posted on 12/31/2002 6:43:02 PM PST by MissLuluBelle
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To: shanec
Jihadists, communists, Leftist Media in the U.S., Leftists in Congress, Euroweanies, ACLU, Liberal defense "lawyers", most Democrats and the Teacher's Unions.....all the same to me..... Enemies of the Republic...

Semper Fi
32 posted on 12/31/2002 6:44:22 PM PST by river rat
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To: shanec
Is the strike still going shane? We never seem to hear a word about this unless we come across something here on FR.
33 posted on 12/31/2002 6:49:28 PM PST by McGavin999
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To: alfons
I don't know about puppet - remember Chavez sends him Saddams oil... he who has the gold rules...

B
34 posted on 12/31/2002 6:53:54 PM PST by Bobibutu
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To: TheDon
Especially those little tactical neutron devices.
35 posted on 12/31/2002 7:06:24 PM PST by Crusader21stCentury
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To: madfly
Ping?…. Ping?… Perhaps you meant to say:

Ping

Thanks and Happy New Year!

36 posted on 12/31/2002 7:11:20 PM PST by Barnacle
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To: river rat
Time for the CIA with their new marching orders to go AT&T and Reach Out and Touch HuGo! The Venezuelans deserve so much better.

Should be a relatively simple task.
37 posted on 12/31/2002 7:17:05 PM PST by NormsRevenge
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To: shanec
i never understood why they let chavez go when they had him locked up several months ago.
38 posted on 12/31/2002 7:18:41 PM PST by koax
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To: shanec
Interesting stuff. (I lived in Caracas for three years, during Chavez's coup attempt, and I had an office in Plaza Altamira.)

39 posted on 12/31/2002 7:23:33 PM PST by AnnaZ
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To: koax
i never understood why they let chavez go when they had him locked up several months ago.

They had no choice. The prisoners were threatening to riot because of his stench.

40 posted on 12/31/2002 7:31:14 PM PST by Barnacle
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To: shanec; madfly
I always wondered why at the INA, the Iraqi news agency, Saddam or the Iraqi government congratulated Chavez all the time, and backed him.
41 posted on 12/31/2002 7:32:38 PM PST by knighthawk
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To: shanec; _Jim
Great post shanec.

Pssst..._Jim, pass this along.
42 posted on 12/31/2002 7:42:40 PM PST by Balata
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To: knighthawk
Communist Regimes and Terrorist groups and Islamic Terrorist groups have been working hand in glove for the past thirty years at least. They train at each other’s camps and share information, cash and weapons. People get stuck on the fact that one is "religious" and the other is not and can't see that they have a common goal; the destruction of the West.

When the USSR fell they all lost a major source of funding and so things became quiet for a bit. Now they are back. I hate fighting the same war more then once!

43 posted on 12/31/2002 7:48:07 PM PST by Harmless Teddy Bear
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To: Barnacle
Thanks and Happy New Year!

>

Happy New year to you also!

44 posted on 12/31/2002 7:48:58 PM PST by madfly
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To: MedProf; LadyX; Vigilant1; Lazamataz; hogwaller; rdavis84; SAMWolf; 4TheFlag; ...
fyi
45 posted on 12/31/2002 7:50:00 PM PST by madfly
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To: shanec; Sparta
I said it before and I'll say it again. Venezuela needs a Franco or a Pinochet to step up to the plate. Compare Spain and Chile (both kicking ass and taking names) to Cuba whose heroes were slaughtered at the Bay of Pigs because of that treacherous scumbag JFK. The Venezuelans can strike all they want but that S.O.B is going to have to catch a bullet with his forehead. Who's going to do it-some popularly elected official. That poor bastard will wind up in a damp cell with the jumper cables from a car battery clamped to his manhood. It's going to take a General or an Admiral to do the job.

Oh, spare me the "You must be a fascist" flames. I'm a Republican conservative and a capitalist pig to my core. I am just realistic enough to know that i's going to take a military coup to get rid of this guy. A mandate from the flag waving people isn't going to get the job done.

46 posted on 12/31/2002 7:53:33 PM PST by MattinNJ
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To: MattinNJ; shanec
Shanec posts from a site created by Venezuelian military officers who want to take out Chavez. If a coup goes down, the CIA needs their hands out of the process because they have a tendancy to screw up. Unfortunately, force will probably have to be used and a General will have to impose order until new elections are held.

BTW: I'm a libertarian Republican and an even bigger capitalist pig than most, so save the I'm a fascist flames.
47 posted on 12/31/2002 8:00:32 PM PST by Sparta
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To: madfly
Bump.
48 posted on 12/31/2002 8:01:11 PM PST by SAMWolf
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To: shanec
Thanks for your post, shanec. I've not been paying attention to what's been going on lately....looks like I'd better start!
49 posted on 12/31/2002 8:01:51 PM PST by AuntB
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To: CIA; Bobibutu; MissLuluBelle
Where is the CIA? Where is our Intel community?

Interestingly enough CIA has been a registered freeper since 12-14-02.

Whoever reserved that name is just going to have to give it up. LOL!



Hey, CIA!!

50 posted on 12/31/2002 8:31:19 PM PST by Nita Nuprez
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