30 November 2009


Tip to "cataurocubano" for the link, Viva Cuba :o) I'm Waaaay behind on the blog today sadly. So, Hugo Chavez and Venezuela, one of a hand full of countries who dare to stand up to Israel and American shenanigans. Chavez is planning on opening an Embassy in Palestine, and why not I say. More countries should do so. Additionally he has a few "choice" words for the American covert operations taking place against his own country and his assessment is dead on the money:
Venezuela plans to open an embassy in Palestinian territories and upgrade its ties to ambassadorial level, President Hugo Chavez said on Friday, to support Palestinians in their struggle against Israel.

"We have decided to designate an ambassador and open an embassy in Palestine," Chavez said after talks with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.

"We now have a charge d'affaires; we will name an ambassador in coming days as part of accords to boost our bilateral relations," he said.

Among aid agreements signed Friday were scholarships for 20 Palestinians to study medicine in Venezuela. Chavez said he saw Venezuela offering many more educational grants.

"We must tell the Palestine people how many scholarships we will give to Palestinian youth so they come and study what they need," he said. "They can be short and long, pre-graduate or post-graduate, technical and training studies."

In January, Venezuela cut diplomatic relations with Israel over the Israeli offensive in Gaza of nearly a year ago, which Chavez then called a Palestinian "holocaust."

On Friday, he again cast the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in near-apocalyptic terms. He said: "We ... are on the side of the Palestinian people's memorable struggle ... against the genocidal state of Israel that knocks down, kills and aims to terminate the Palestinian people."

Chavez ordered his education minister to circulate maps Abbas gave him to illustrate the small dimensions of the Gaza Strip, where he said 1.5 million people lived in "concentration camp" like conditions, their movements to the outside world virtually blocked by Israel.

"We (Venezuelans) should devote the entire force of our hearts and souls towards the creation of a Palestinian state," he said. "Venezuela is Palestine; Palestine is Venezuela, we have a common struggle."


Chavez charged the United States, using a recent agreement to expand U.S. troops' access to Colombian military bases, aimed to turn Colombia into "the Israel of South America."

The U.S. presence in Colombia endangered Venezuela due to the doctrine of "pre-emptive security," he said. "They assume the right to attack any country with whatever excuse." ALL HERE

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I would take a look at this one. The swine flu vaccine is nano particles which effects DNA.


The particle size of AS03 (Pandemrix adjuvant) is 150-155 nm which makes Pandemrix a nano vaccine, according to a report that appeared in the journal Molecules on September 1st, 2009.

The study called Squalene Emulsions for Parenteral Vaccine and Drug Delivery by Christopher B. Fox of the Infectious Disease Research Institute, Seattle, states that the particle size is between 150-155nm, and therefore nano in size. That means that the Pandemrix vaccine can have side effects even on the DNA level.


A recent report of a pregnant woman who became braindead after rececing the swine flu jab in Finland received small molecular heparin for the sake of blood thinning because she had an artificial heart valve.

It is possible that she died because of an interaction between the vaccine and the medicine.
This interaction could, for example, have an impact on very complex system of blood coagulation, says a Finnish expert who found the report.

Mirjaleena Isoaho in Finland contacted doctors but found widespread ignorance about nano vaccines and extremely dangerous effects of these vaccines on people health.

Isoaho has summed up her thoughts by writing a blog entry called: "Finnish people, Pandemrix is a nano vaccine and we've been seriously screwed."


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