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Sunday, September 18, 2005

BLACK HELICOPTER LANDS IN VENEZUELA 
Ha ha ha! This is so typical of your average Communist these days! On Friday, Grand Leader of the Endless Revolutionary Movement of the Proletarian Masses Hugo Chavez, of Venezuela, told his comrade in the media, Nightline's Ted Koppel, that the U.S. has definite plans to invade his country. Chavez railed against the alleged U.S. war plan, codenamed "Balboa," which involves--gasp!--planes and aircraft carriers. But the jig is up for George W. Bush. Now that Chavez knows about the secret plan, he's working on a "counter-Balboa plan," the results of which he described as follows:

We are coming up with the counter-Balboa plan. That is to say if the government of the United States attempts to commit the foolhardy enterprise of attacking us, it would be embarked on a 100-year war. We are prepared.

More like a "100-minute" war. All the doctors and teachers in Cuba, along with all their classic cars, couldn't save Chavez in a war with the U.S. But that doesn't matter, because none of this has any basis in reality. The only way people like Chavez (and Castro and Kim Jong Il, for that matter) can stay in power is by constantly claiming that their country's "sovereignty" is at risk from "imperialist aggression." Just take a look at today's North Korean News, which uses a similar tactic (I wrote this sentence without having even looked at the source yet! Yet it's there. It's always there.):

Anti-DPRK War Outcries of Commander of U.S. Forces in S. Korea Blasted

Pyongyang, September 16 (KCNA) -- Laporte, commander of the U.S. forces in south Korea, when interviewed by American media recently, disclosed that the United States is "modifying its military strategy in the direction of depending on ultra-modern weapons to cope with the possible outbreak of military conflict with north Korea." Rodong Sinmun Friday says this in a signed commentary.

It goes on: Multi-faceted dialogues and cooperation are now brisk between the north and the south of Korea and the six-way talks are under way to settle the nuclear issue and put an end to the military confrontation for the purpose of building confidence. The reckless remarks made by him against this backdrop, hinting at setting out a new military strategy, cannot be construed otherwise than a revelation of the U.S. design to chill the atmosphere of inter-Korean reconciliation and cooperation and provoke a war of aggression on the Korean Peninsula at any cost.

What is ridiculous is his assertion that "though the main concern of the six-way talks is focused on north Korea's nuclear capability but its conventional weapons still remain a threat that should not be ignored". He did not bother to talk nonsense that "he is aware of north Korea's massive stockpiling of chemical weapons and its biological weapons are under constant test." While paying lip-service to "dialogue" and "peace," the U.S. is pushing forward in real earnest its work to round off the preparations for a preemptive attack on the DPRK, whetting its sword for aggression behind the scene. The noisy false propaganda launched by the U.S. to charge the DPRK with the spread of weapons of mass destruction is nothing but a plot to create an international environment for mounting a preemptive nuclear attack on it. Herein lies a sinister aim of the U.S. to list the DPRK as a "dangerous state" by inventing a variety of fictions such as stories about "chemical and biological weapons". The ever-increasing danger of war on the Korean Peninsula urgently demands the withdrawal of the U.S. troops from south Korea. The United States would be well advised to stop making much ado about "threat of aggression against the south" from somebody, an old fiction, and quit south Korea as early as possible, taking with it its aggression troops.

Note the rich similarities! These people are all the same; their governments never work, so they have to constantly claim the need to "defend themselves," thereby justifying their terrible policies, which invariably lead to famine and poverty. And to think we're just a few thousand more Cindy Sheehans, Howard Deans, and Jane Fondas from the same fate!

Never vote Democrat. Never.
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