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    Exclamation HUGO CHAVEZ OFFERS RUSSIA Military Bases in VENEZUELA

    http://www.nzz.ch/nachrichten/intern..._1.789893.html

    i realize this is a few weeks old but i just came across it.....

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    The Venezuelan president and USA critic with its visit in Moscow Russia offered the establishment of military bases in its country to Hugo Chávez. Washington observes his close relations with Russia with suspicions.

    (sda/afp/dpa) the Venezuelan president and USA arch-enemy with its visit in Moscow Russia offered the establishment of military bases in its country to Hugo Chávez.

    “Russia has many possibilities of bringing itself in the world in position. If the Russian armed forces liked to establish bases gladly in Venezuela, they are cordially welcome”, said Chávez on Tuesday evening according to data of the agency Interfax.


    In view of the disputed US anti-missile defense plans in Central Europe Moscow of the guidance in Washington had threatened with counter measures. The Russian armed forces had brought the day before among other things the transfer from heavy long-range bombers to Cuba in the discussion.

    Reaction to US rocket sign
    Russia is against the stationing of US defense rockets in Poland and a radar facility in Czech Republic, because it sees itself threatened thereby Washington in its security. Venezuela lies from Russian view just as favorably as Cuba.

    “We will hissen the flags, the drums strike and songs sing, because then our allied ones are here, with which us the same aspect into the world connect”, praised Chávez with a press conference the Russian guidance.

    The Venezuelan president is an arch-enemy of the USA. Washington observes his close relations with Russia with suspicions.

    Weapons from Russia
    Chávez is until Wednesday in Russia. He announced to invest in the coming years over credits billions into the purchase from weapon systems to in order to modernize the army of the Latin American country. Venezuela is considered as largest and most important buyers of Russian armaments in Latin America with a volume from so far four billion US Dollar.

    The Russian president Dmitri Medwedew and Chávez agreed with a meeting besides on a closer co-operation in the energy sector.

    Russia and Venezuela are two large oil and gas powers, whose acting determines over the question of the energy security, said Medwedew after the discussions. “We will co-operate, but our co-operation is directed not against third countries”, insured the Russian head of state.

    Fear of gas trust
    The idea to create a gas trust after the model of the organization of oil exporting countries (OPEC) is still current, added Medwedew. This idea worries the states dependent on gas imported goods, which are afraid an influence on the prices of the raw material.

    Chávez and Medwedew also at the signing of several cooperative agreements between the three Russian companies Gazprom, Lukoil and TNK-BP as well as the Venezuelan company PDVSA part. The companies agreed upon a co-operation with the oil production and the investigation that gas reserves in Venezuela.

    **and check this out too : Putin: Russia seeks closer military cooperation with Venezuela http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/20...nt_8750858.htm
    In matters of style, swim with the current; in matters of principle, stand like a rock.-- Thomas Jefferson



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    well check this out...allegedly cuba offered the same thing....heres the link http://blogcritics.org/archives/2008/07/27/155516.php

    they are keeping things hushed as much as possible....funny how these offerings were made before all this georgia crap

    "It is not clear that Cuba actually made a similar offer, although it was reported that Russia is considering the establishment of military bases in Cuba.

    Russia is considering the use of bases in Cuba for its nuclear bombers, in a move that revives memories of the 1962 Cuban missile crisis, according to reports in a Russian newspaper.

    Russian military sources said that Moscow is contemplating using Cuba as a refuelling base for its nuclear-bomb carrying aircraft. The move would be in retaliation for the Bush administration's plan to site a missile defense shield in Europe. . . . Russia today officially denied the report but the fact that it had appeared in a newspaper so closely affiliated with the Kremlin encouraged observers to take it seriously - if only as a way of showing Russia's anger at the US missile shield. . . . "Russia, guided by its peaceful policy, is not creating military bases at the borders of other states," Russian news agencies quoted Ilshat Baichurin, acting head of the Russian defense ministry's information department, as saying.

    It would seem strange for the Russian press to raise such a possibility without prior governmental consultation with Cuba. Fidel Castro, in a cryptic statement, praised his brother, Raul, for maintaining a dignified silence but neither confirmed nor denied the reports. "
    Last edited by Cinderella; 08-12-2008 at 05:25 PM. Reason: tweek
    In matters of style, swim with the current; in matters of principle, stand like a rock.-- Thomas Jefferson

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    bumpity
    In matters of style, swim with the current; in matters of principle, stand like a rock.-- Thomas Jefferson

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    This is something I find very intersting. I want to share this video with you: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7nD7dbkkBIA.

    First off, this video is an interview with Aaron Russo (maker of the movie "America: Freedom to Fascism"). In this video he tells about how he was friends with Nick Rockefeller and that he told him about their New World Order agenda. Rockefeller told Russo 11 monthes before 911 that their was going to be an "event", and out of that event, there was going to be an endless war on terror. But what I found most amazing is that he talked about war with venezuela and Hugo Chavez. If there is a war with venezuela, is it possible that this whole war on terror was really staged by the elite?

    I don't want to throw out a bunch of conspiracy at you guys, but this is something that can't be ignored!

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    bump...this is pretty important especially with the US building more defense shields in poland...maybe russia will do the same....
    In matters of style, swim with the current; in matters of principle, stand like a rock.-- Thomas Jefferson

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