(THE BIBLICAL TEN HORNS);BOLIVIAN PRESIDENT LABELS U.S. BASES IN COLUMBIA A SERIOUS "PROVOCATION"

GREETINGS,
HERE WE ARE AGAIN WITH A FOCUS RIGHT NEXT DOOR IN SOUTH AMERICA.THE U.S. KNOWS PROPHESY AND SHE KNOWS WHAT IS SAID CONCERNING HER AND THE SOUTH AMERICAN NATIONS ,FOR THEY ARE THE TEN HORNS THAT WILL BURN HER BODY WITH FIRE….THE COALS OF WAR ARE SPARKING SMALL FLAMES WHICH MAY SOON LEAD TO AN INFERNO.

“Bolivian president labels U.S. use of bases in Colombia provocation

www.chinaview.cn 2009-11-10 15:12:46 Print

LA PAZ, Nov. 9 (Xinhua) — Bolivian President Evo Morales said on Monday that the use of Colombian military bases by U.S. troops meant a provocation to the Latin American peoples, mainly to the members of the Bolivarian Alliance of the Americas (ALBA).

“I am convinced that where there are military bases, the social peace, the democracy and the development of the nations as well as their integration are not guaranteed. These facilities are an open provocation against the peace,” Morales said in a press conference.

“With the excuse of fighting against the drug trafficking and terrorism, thousands of U.S. soldiers will be deployed in Colombia,” Morales said.

“It is not possible that in more than 50 years of invasions and mobilizations they have not been able to eradicate the drug production and trafficking in that South American country,” he said.

Morales also said that he did not understand how U.S. President Barack Obama was awarded with the Peace Nobel Price “when his country makes everything to promote wars and conflicts.”

“Obama must justify that award by withdrawing all the troops of his country from around the world, to support the reestablishment of the democracy in Honduras and to lift the economic embargo on Cuba,” he added.

The United Sates and Colombia signed a military cooperation agreement on Sept. 30 this year, which includes the increase of the U.S. military presence by up to 1,400 people across seven military bases in Colombia to fight local drug traffickers and insurgents.

Colombia’s neighbors such as Bolivia, Ecuador and Venezuela have been criticizing the agreement since it was first discussed in July, saying it posed a threat to their national security.

Editor: Deng Shasha “

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