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    HAVANA – Cuba's former leader Fidel Castro said Tuesday that unrest in Libya may be a pretext for a NATO invasion. Nicaragua's Daniel Ortega has jumped to the support of the embattled leader of the North African nation, saying he telephoned to express solidarity.

    The protests sweeping across Libya have created challenges for the Latin American allies of Moammar Gadhafi.

    Leftist governments in the Americas have long embraced him as a fellow fighter against U.S. influence in the world. Gadhafi has responded over the years by awarding the Moammar Gadhafi International Human Rights Prize to Castro and Ortega, as well as to Presidents Hugo Chavez of Venezuela, Evo Morales of Bolivia.

    His relations with Chavez are so warm that rumors that he was headed to Venezuela swept the world on Monday. Gadhafi took to television late Monday to deny them.

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    Fidel says alot, i wouldn't put much thought into his latest rant

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    "...may be a pretext for a NATO invasion"

    May Be? Come on, Fidel Castro!
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    Quote Originally Posted by eduardo89 View Post
    Fidel says alot, i wouldn't put much thought into his latest rant
    I trust him over the MSM.

    edit--I don't trust him, I just have total disdain for the MSM. But I wouldn't be surprised if we send troops there to protect our oil...I mean Libya's oil. : )
    Last edited by YumYum; 02-22-2011 at 03:14 PM.
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    He supported the Egyptian protests, but now doesn't do the same for the Libyans, instead deflects blame on NATO?

    Bastard.

    Fidel on Egypt:

    http://counterpunch.org/castro02152011.html

    Fidel on Libya:

    http://counterpunch.org/castro02222011.html
    Last edited by ExPatPaki; 02-22-2011 at 03:10 PM.

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    Fidel Castro says
    a lot of $#@!, as a rule.

    He's am impotent old man that just can't die soon enough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ExPatPaki View Post
    He supported the Egyptian protests, but now doesn't do the same for the Libyans, instead deflects blame on NATO?

    Bastard.
    Fidel Castro is not the person you want support from.
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    What's this guy talking about... he's next on the new reality show, 'who wants to boot a dictator'.

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    Although he does have a tendency to talk a lot of crap, I think he might be on to something in this instance.

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    Libya has oil. & Nato is the occupyer

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    Quote Originally Posted by pcosmar View Post
    Fidel Castro says
    a lot of $#@!, as a rule.

    He's am impotent old man that just can't die soon enough.
    Yep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExPatPaki View Post
    He supported the Egyptian protests, but now doesn't do the same for the Libyans, instead deflects blame on NATO?

    Bastard.

    Fidel on Egypt:

    http://counterpunch.org/castro02152011.html

    Fidel on Libya:

    http://counterpunch.org/castro02222011.html
    Bastard is right !

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    Pretty sure the US will go in Libya soon, to avoid more massacres. Will they put the next guy in power? We'll see.

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    Looks like Hillary and Obama are getting ready to invade, or set up a No Fly Zone in Libya:


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    UN holding their attack plan right now... Susan Rice spewing her garbage.

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    you cannot execute a no fly zone without doing away with all anti aircraft. This is not an option

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    I would put more trust in Castro's words vs any US president's. At least Castro does not have a lobby group or some corporation "advising" what and what not say
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