View Full Version : Venezuela rejects US apologies
Sep 24th, 2006, 4:39 PM
Venezuela has made a formal complaint to the US authorities and the United Nations after its foreign minister was detained at a New York airport.
The US state department has apologised to Nicolas Maduro who was detained for 90 minutes at New York's JFK airport as he travelled home.
He had been attending this week's UN General Assembly meeting.
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Sep 24th, 2006, 6:06 PM
we must watch him like a hawk,especially that he is siding with the iranian leader.Question how many more will look for an exscuse to have a war with the west?
Sep 25th, 2006, 1:15 AM
Ryan I am sorry to say that the west has had this coming for quite sometime now.You poke and prod enough and people are just gonna snap and strike back.That is what we are seeing happen now.
Solve et Coagula
Sep 25th, 2006, 3:34 AM
What goes around, comes around, BushCo is in deep sh1t, cause the boomerang is already on his way back...
Sep 25th, 2006, 3:53 AM
All these people that stand up to GW-Bush are mad according to the Media and yet it is Bush who is attacking people and making threats all over the place and he's not much better to his own people.
Americans need to sort this mess out for themselves but i don't think they have the balls to do much and it's the same in the UK too.
Anyone got the mint source please.
Sep 25th, 2006, 11:03 AM
All these people that stand up to GW-Bush are mad according to the Media...
Wow. Just two weeks ago on Meet The Press I saw Tim Russert basically hand Dick Chaney his ass on national television, and everywhere I look in the media there is an abundance of reporting on GW's failures. The only thing the media is doing is not supporting the Conspiracy Theory- and this is PRECISELY why you guys say the media is against anyone who questions Bush. And then it's, "The media is calling people who stand up to Bush mad," when every newspaper I read, every political discussion program I watch makes Bush and Co look like idiots and liars... riiiiiiight.... Go ahead and ignore everything bad said about Bush in the media because it's not specifically saying 9/11 was an inside job, and then make the claim that the media is NOT ripping Bush a new one on a daily basis, even though it's quite obvious to those who read newspapers...
Sep 25th, 2006, 11:33 AM
I agree Bush is getting his arse kicked in the news papers and on television.The new report saying that the war on terror is actually causing more terror attacks pretty much put the last nail in the coffin as far as Bush's defence of his actions go.The American people see it and are sick to death of it.Fortunately he hasnt got much longer in office.The American people are in a shity position,they dont like their elected official,but want to prevent terrorisim in the U.S. and abroad,we have been constantly lied to,and over throwing the government isnt really an option.The govt.has all the good weapons.so what do we do?we are forced to sit here and take it until its time to vote.Even when we empeach a president,it dosent mean crap,those guys dont have to answer to anyone,thats we we are seeing in the news.how do u punish the unpunishable?It sucks to be in this position.I understand the worlds frustration with america,but they have to understand,most americans are against the B.S. that is going on,and there is nothing we can do about it until elections.Its frustrating to see that if you have money,power,and are in politics,that you can break all laws and not be accountable.Its so wrong.I hate the hypocracy.Its like washington has completely fliped its lid,and we will pay for it.
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