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Old 03-06-2013, 09:44 PM   #1991
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I hope the Americans did give the greasy bastard cancer and I hope it was sore.
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OK - I will throw in my $.02

This is a documentary film by Eugene Jarecki





http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TO7-GBRx1xM



It's a little bit of a long watch, but worth it.

If you've already seen it, please let us know what you think.


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Well that is a great attitude.
Great attitude Hmmmm, Let's see,

From a credible source... Amnesty International ,

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There were continuing reports of human rights violations by the police, including unlawful killings and torture. Most of these abuses were not properly investigated and little, if any, judicial action was taken.

In May, Juan José Barrios was assassinated by two hooded men in Guanayén, Aragua state. He was the seventh member of the Barrios family to be killed in circumstances that suggested members of the Aragua State Police were involved. In January, Néstor Caudi Barrios, who had witnessed the extrajudicial execution of Narciso Barrios in 2003, was left with permanent injuries after being shot by two men on motorbikes. No progress had been reported in the investigations into these attacks by the end of the year.


In January, Daniel Antonio Núñez and his 16-year-old daughter Francis Daniela Núñez Martínez were beaten and threatened by police officers from the Caracas Investigative Police in an apparent attempt to intimidate them into testifying as witnesses to a shooting near their home.


In February, the former wife and young daughters of police officer Jonny Montoya received death threats. Jonny Montoya had complained about rising corruption under the former Chief Superintendent of the Municipal Police of Caracas.
Nice attitude by a caring Government

Have too agree with Fleets. I hope the US did it, and I hope it was a conspiracy
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I have witnessed state murder in my country. Don't give me Amnesty International crap.
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Don't give me Amnesty International crap.
You asked for the debate or comments on Chavez Billy... If you don't like my opinion... Then I'd better ask the thread starter for permission to post.

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It's not like they're a military force They can't physically stop a human rights violation, they're just a movement and report things as they see it.

Oh well, Next time I need a 100 % concrete fact, youtube is my friend
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.Are you saying you find it acceptable that it is okay for America to kill the democratically elected leader of another country because it does not like him?....http://www.informationclearinghouse....ticle31925.htm
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Are you saying you find it acceptable that it is okay for America to kill the democratically elected leader of another country because it does not like him?....
Why not - our enemies hate us and would kill us all if they could, so if there is an opportunity why not kill their leaders.
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Why not - our enemies hate us and would kill us all if they could, so if there is an opportunity why not kill their leaders.
Mmm...
  • It's illegal.
  • It's murder.
  • Our intelligence gathering and political assessments of foreign regimes are not exactly reliable, for example as when we invited Nicolai Ceausescu and his lovely wife Elena to Buckingham Palace for tea with the Queen.
  • In principle, it's rather dumb to engage in the assassination of foreign heads of state, especially if they are popular at home. You only need to get caught doing it and it is casus belli: you can find yourself fighting a war you hadn't planned on.
  • Kill the enemy leader and you don't have anyone to negotiate with.
All things considered, I'll pass on this suggestion. If you are really determined to kill the leaders, first defeat the country, then try the leaders for war crimes, then turn them into strange fruit. This method works.
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[LIST][*]It's illegal.[*]It's murder.
Those are the least good reasons in my opinion - it's a nasty world and the way to survive and to dominate is to be more ruthless than the people who oppose us.
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