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Monday, June 30, 2008


 

Admiral admits U.S. is at war against Cuba


OK, not exactly. What he did say is:
US: Oil blockade constitutes an act of war

The commander of US naval forces in the Persian Gulf says any attempt by Iran to shut down the Strait of Hormuz will be an 'act of war'."
Which is true, although there's absolutely no likelihood that Iran would take such a step unless an act of war had already been committed against it, and whether the precipitate act is actually taken by the U.S. or Israel, it will be evident that the entire "West" will be complicit in such an act.

Meanwhile, the U.S. attempt to prevent other countries from doing any business whatsoever with Cuba is, according to them, just an "embargo." No, it is, every bit as much as a blockade of the Strait of Hormuz, also designed to block trade, an act of war, designed from the start to overthrow the government of Cuba. The fact that U.S. warships aren't actually involved in the activity is completely irrelevant, as demonstrated on a regular basis.


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