Idris: the West "leave us alone to be killed"
he that rolleth a stone, it will return upon him
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United Banana Republics
I have a weakness for Southeast Asia, which gently received me after I left my terrorist state, thing that explains the unusual opening of this article. Yet, I could have written it almost about any corner of this raped planet.
Ecuador experienced a failed coup d’état in 2010; the event was perpetrated by the police force. According to Phillip Agee’s Inside the Company: CIA Diary, this police force is owned by the CIA. This last event was widely dismissed by Western media. Yet, Venezuelan teleSUR news network broadcast in 2011 an incredible report of the event in its program Dossier. There, journalist Walter Martinez did an exceptional job in showing the kidnapping of President Correa by the police. The video shows how a gas grenade is thrown on the president by a police officer, and his gas mask is taken away from his face while he is forcibly taken away. A few hours later, after it was apparent the event had failed, he was released. Then, the commander of the police force resigned. … This military-terror machinery had been trained by the USA, and was designed to perform exactly that: civilian terror for the profit of the Empire… Operation Condor was a campaign of political repression involving institutional assassination and intelligence operations implemented in 1975 by the right-wing dictatorships of Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Paraguay, Bolivia and Brazil. The United States—through the CIA—had planning, coordinative and supportive roles. Later on, Ecuador and Peru joined the merry party. Two of these countries—Uruguay and Ecuador—are described as little more than CIA substations in the abovementioned book by Philip Agee (adapted excerpt from Back in Bethlehem).
In the name of Fake Freedom, Dingy Democracy, and Green Dollars, the USA raped its neighbors.
Nothing is new here. One should expect an educated general to understand that the West is loyal only to its banks in Zurich.
Free Syrian Banana Army
In this reality, readers should understand my shock while reading the July 16, 2013, press conference of General Salim Idris, Commander of the Mercenary Free Syrian Army, also known as Free Syrian Banana Army. The conference was the result of the UK abandoning plans to arm the Syrian opposition as reported by British The Telegraph the Tuesday before.
Field-Mercenary Idris, the only joke is you and on you. A mercenary should be careful while choosing who pays his salary; perhaps you should establish the Free American Army.
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