ALBA Launches UNASUR and their Cartel Leader Correa in Quito
August 10, 2009 Today in Quito, Rafael Correa is sworn in again. Although his election was full of corrupt counts, bribes, extortion and voter slate abuses, all eyes are actually on his convening of their new expanded UNASUR defense bloc, of communists and for communists. Like Banco del Sur, TeleSur, their UNASUR will be opaque, monopolistic and will subvert formerly independent militaries in to one paramilitary political fighting force based on all Cold War tactics, spying and false information to expand the ALBA cartel.
In a current series on the ALBA-FARC marriage, here is once again WHY the Honduran story matters. We are sickened by the refrain from previously intelligent Ecuadoreans that what happens in Honduras is of no consequence in Ecuador. We can only guess where this lazy, false, irresponsible and uneducated analysis comes from....and it is not pretty. The Honduran story is the genesis of a road map out of the hell that Correa and his cartel are making. One would have thought that freedom lovers in Quito would have jumped to aid their fellow truth tellers in Tegucigalpa but timidity being their new bed mate, Ecuadoreans once again... ran away to their utter disgrace. O'Grady is not running away....no matter how much Correa threatens, lies about and accuses this newspaper and its writer of "too much truth telling" which in Ecuador is today deemed "treason." As a partner to the FARC in every sense, with Iran-Hezbollah pulling in, Ecuadoreans should be screaming for assistance to stop the Mullahs overcoming their nation. Silence is their response to date. Soon enough...they will come for Quitenos. Maybe then- maybe- they will realize the folly of their three year vacationing from civil obligations and self preservation. Then again...
"A chavista government in Honduras would raise the cost of the “war on drugs.”" A recent example is the chavista government in Ecuador teaming up with the FARC.
You still think ALBA communism is good for you and your family? Look around you. The only think good about Correa's regime is his aggressive propaganda and his dishonesty. Correa is not good for real health but he is very very good for criminals.
126 million died in the 20th Century under Socialism & Communism, so please:
Iran is a totalitarian fascist regime of evil-doers. Of this there can be no mistake. There is not one thing to like about Iran for the last 30 years.
But Correa is selling Ecuador out to Iran....for more and power and prestige of being aligned with active evil. Ecuadoreans, who no longer know nor care what is the difference between good and evil are happy to take Iran's dirty money.
From the Iranian media: "...Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki has arrived in the Ecuadorean capital for President Rafael Correa's swearing in for a second term… Mottaki told IRIB that his country is seeking closer ties with Ecuador. "Our untapped potentials and close views on international and regional issues prepared the ground for our countries to deepen their ties through joint investments," he added…”
ECrisis sees not one thing to celebrate in Ecuador this week- nada. Either Iran and Hugo Chavez are publicly lying a lot to the people of Ecuador this week about the glories of Correa, of UNASUR and of their hate-filled activities being planned to create lasting harm and criminal empires of a darkening sun, with Correa's blessings like some malevolent high priest from Pachamama's fake religion for liars or true evil this way comes. Either way....Correa is shutting a once free nation notion and putting all freedom lovers out of business. It is what he was born to do, he tells us and how he was raised from birth. We say: turn the lights back on.
Hugo Chavez and his followers like to tell us about OPEN VEINS in Latin America. Today it is more like open lines from a sewer....pouring in to Quito with not one thing honest or honorable taking place this week in Quito. What the Prince of the Asturias thinks he is accomplishing, other than being used like a pretty centerfold for their propagandists is another day's disgrace. How are those business deals with Correa working out for Spanish companies, now stolen from? What precisely does the prince of vapidity think he is accomplishing other than personal embarrassment with these thugs? He makes Correa's reign of crime look legitimate when... it is not.
-Pedro Camargo for ECrisis