Browsing All posts tagged under »Colombia«

Golinger: Chavez Denounces US-Colombia Plan to Attack Venezuela and Vows to Cut All Oil Shipments to US in the Event of an Attack

July 25, 2010

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Two articles by Eva Golinger follow: Saturday, July 24, 2010 Chavez: US and Colombia plan to attack Venezuela By Eva Golinger Caracas, July 24, 2010 – Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez denounced this Saturday US plans to attack his country and overthrow his government. During a ceremony celebrating the 227th birthday of Independence hero Simon Bolivar, […]

Hot Off the Press: Latest Edition of Correo del Orinoco – July 22

July 23, 2010

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Check out the newest edition of Correo del Orinoco’s English edition — chock full of info on Venezuela’s severance of relations with Colombia!

“For the Dignity of Venezuela”: Venezuela Breaks Relations with Colombia by Eva Golinger

July 22, 2010

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Thursday, July 22, 2010 VENEZUELA BREAKS RELATIONS WITH COLOMBIA “For the dignity of Venezuela” Venezuela and Colombia break relations President Chavez ordered maximum alert on Venezuela’s border with Colombia after the Uribe administration made grave accusations against Venezuela claiming the Chavez government harbors terrorists and terrorist training camps The outgoing government of Alvaro Uribe in […]

Venezuela Breaks Diplomatic Relations with Colombia, Groups Send Letter to OAS Criticizing Uribe

July 22, 2010

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If interested in watching video of this morning’s session at the OAS where Colombia repeated  its ridiculous and baseless lies about the presence of FARC and ELN in Venezuelan territory, go to the OAS website video section.  It may take a while for the video to be posted, maybe as late as tomorrow.  But, keep […]

Venezuela FM: Colombia Accusations a “Pathetic Media Spectacle”

July 17, 2010

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Colombia’s Accusations a “Pathetic Media Spectacle” against Venezuela Send to friend Printer-friendly version 0 By Tamara Pearson – Venezuelanalysis.com Merida, July 16th, 2010 (Venezuelanalysis.com) – Following accusations by the Colombian government that Venezuela is purposefully tolerating the presence of Colombian guerrilla “terrorists” in its territory, Venezuelan government officials have responded, saying the accusations are part […]

Uribe Takes Care of Some US Dirty Work Before He Leaves: Accuses Venezuela of Harboring FARC – Chavez Not Amused, Recalls Ambassador

July 16, 2010

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Two articles follow. Venezuela recalls Colombia envoy as rebel row heats up July 16, 2010 By Natalia Ramos (AFP) – 8 hours ago CARACAS — Venezuela recalled its ambassador to Bogota on Friday a day after Colombia’s president claimed that leftist rebel leaders fighting his government were in the neighboring South American nation. In a […]

COLOMBIA: Prez Uribe and Prez-Elect Santos Meet at Prez Palace — Scary

June 21, 2010

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Uribe Meets with Santos at Presidential Palace Colombia’s President-elect Juan Manuel Santos met with outgoing President Alvaro Uribe at 11AM in the Casa de Nariño to discuss economics, the budget and finance, in the first step in handing over power to the new leader. Treasury Minister Oscar Ivan Zuluaga will also be present at the […]

The G-8 Inviting Trouble? More Like Causing It for its LatAm, Caribbean and African Invitees

June 15, 2010

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 Any time the G-8  invites a country to a meeting about combatting “security challenges,” it means two things:  millions of dollars for the purchase of weapons and other equipment and selling  the country’s soul by allowing the US to use land and military (or paramilitary) to achieve goals that will destroy relationships with neighboring countries. Welcome to the next G-8 meeting to be held […]

Obama Appoints Venezuelan Colonial Expert as Ambassador to Colombia

May 11, 2010

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Obama’s appointee for ambassador to Colombia, P. Michael McKinley As the following article suggests, it looks like new appointee, McKinley, has a clear portfolio to destroy Venezuela from his soon-to-be perch at the US embassy in Colombia.  But, we should take a moment to  rejoice in the the departure of  the wild-eyed and definitely crazed current ambassador to Colombia, William Brownfield.  Brownfield has been […]

Book Review: The Never Ending Drug War: The Personalities, Politics and Espionage Intrigues that Shaped the DEA

April 24, 2010

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The Never Ending Drug War: The Personalities, Politics and Espionage Intrigues that Shaped the DEA A Review of Dougals Valentine’s book  by Dr. John Jiggens Global Research, April 22, 2010 After 40 years, the War on Drugs is about to become the longest continuous war in US history. In The Strength of the Pack, Douglas […]