Friday, March 14, 2008

Hugo Chavez Says US Can 'Shove' Terror List

Mr. Chavez made the comment after the US media reported that Venezuela was placed on a terrorist list by the Bush Administration. Other countries on this "terrorist" list include North Korea, Iran, Syria, Sudan and Cuba. What do all these countries have in common? -- A deep seated hatred for the New World Order one world central government -- the primary reason why they are on the Bush Administration's "hit list."

As a target of the FBI's COINTELPRO operations I am certain that I am on a "no fly list," and consider it an honor that the Bush Administration would place me on one, given my abject disdain for these treasonous reprobates; covert Nazi's who are attempting to destroy this country through the use of the most egregious deceptions ever perpetrated by a US President and his staff.

I agree with Hugo Chavez -- The Bush Administration can shove its "terrorist list" where the sun never shines.

Chavez Says US Can 'Shove' Terror List

Mar 14, 9:57 PM (ET)


CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) - President Hugo Chavez dared the U.S. on Friday to put Venezuela on a list of countries accused of supporting terrorism, calling it one more attempt by Washington to undermine him for political reasons.

Chavez said the "threat to include us on the terrorist list" is Washington's response to his government's successes in the region.

U.S. lawmakers including Reps. Connie Mack and Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, both Florida Republicans, have called for the State Department to add Venezuela to its list of terror sponsors, which includes North Korea, Iran, Syria, Sudan and Cuba. They have expressed concerns about what they call Chavez's close ties to Colombia's leftist rebels.

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