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Hello Mr. Whitaker — December 14, 2013

Hello Mr. Whitaker

Mr. Whitaker have you met yet with Mr. Petro? Have you any knowledge of Colombia’s Constitution? Have you any knowledge of the Constitution of the United States of America? Have you ever heard of the problems some mayors and governors have caused in the US of A, while snorting drugs and running around with prostitutes? Do you not think that the peace process with the Fuerzas Armadas is a topic that has nothing to do with a mayor that has run amock?

Let’s keep out of the internal problems of a nation that has combated terrorists, that have been receiving funds indirectly from the citizens of the United States of America. Let me remind you of our drug problem, which is going to be worse now that Uruguay has become the first nation to legalize the possession and consumption of a narcotic.

Let me remind you of your duty in this nation before our president recalls you back to Washington, D.C.

Let me remind you of the bigger problems being tackled in Syria, Libya, Iran, Israel and all the Arab nations that are cowering behind our soldiers. Please refrain your tongue and think before opening your mouth before spewing out words of wisdom in affairs that shouldn’t concern you.

Elections in the Republic of Colombia are as free, just as they are in the United States of America, except that in the US of A, it is the Electoral College who decides the “real” president of the United States of America.

Good morning from Cali, Colombia
Saturday, December 14, 2013

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IRAN REFUSES TO MEET OBAMA — September 25, 2013


Iran refuses to meet Obama! I don’t think Iran wants to just do a handshake with the President of the United States of America. They want an invitation to the White House, just like other dignitaries have the courtesy of receiving.

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Via Politico


Barack Obama and Hassan Rouhani are pictured. | AP Photos


Obama, Rouhani won’t meet at United Nations General Assembly

President Barack Obama and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani will not meet at the United Nations on Tuesday, senior administration officials said.

The White House had offered to have “an encounter” between the two leaders on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly, but Iranian officials ultimately declined.

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This is not a world we should accept. President of the US of A. Barack Obama makes his case. — September 10, 2013
I’ve been busy catching up with all the events that have transpired since Whitney Houston died. — March 16, 2012

I’ve been busy catching up with all the events that have transpired since Whitney Houston died.

It’s sad that a certain Irishman born in the US of A, with a show on Fox News, had to say she killed herself.  I sincerely think this wonderful woman had no intention to die.  I don’t understand addictions since I’m only addicted to being happy and not caring about those who try to make me miserable.  I find it sad she fell in love with someone who didn’t inspire her to better herself and that she kept falling back into the company of those who enabled her destructive behavior.

Right now I’m watching The 54th Annual Grammy Awards.  So far Bruno Mars, Rihanna and Coldplay, Maroon 5, The Beach Boys, and…  We Could’ve Had it All by Adele have entertained me well. The Adele Song is a commercial for Target sung by a girl with a group of eight girls on a bus.  Catchy tune and ad.  Fans who know Adele best, know the best place to buy her album.  Also the Foo Fighters’ acceptance speech about not being perfect and the human element of making music and learning your craft was given a standing ovation by their peers. But 100 minutes into the show I got up to make my tea after listening to The Civil Wars.  What a sexy, sultry woman!  This and the Decemberists are groups I’ve been neglecting.  I feel as if though I’ve been asleep through a revolution.

Taylor Swift.  I drown her out with the microwave.  There is something I don’t quite like about this pretty woman. I’m only imagining this but I think this is the type of woman who seduces boys, just to see if she can take them away from other girls. Yes, I think she’s a talented bitch. Some day I’ll be singing this at the Grammy’s,  And all you’re going to be is mean, Why do you have to be so mean, All you are is mean, A liar and pathetic, and alone in life, and mean, Why do you have to be…(pause) so mean?! A standing ovation and the look of surprise she always uses to accept her loving fan’s applause.

“Up next… Katie Perry performs, and Adele takes the Grammy stage to sing, then an amazing production number by Nicky Minaj everyone will be talking about tomorrow.  Still to come Glenn Campbell’s honored and takes the Grammy stage with the Band Perry and Blake Shelton and a first ever Grammy Dance Mash Up (?)  featuring Chris Brown,  David Getta, Lil Wayne, Dead Mouse, and Foo Fighters.”

As I steep my tea I re-listen this banjo strumming pale beauty’s song.  Is this about being bullied or about being a bully, using the media to propagate her hatred?  I’m not sure, since I’m not really acquainted with her.

I just opened today’s rag and on the third page is a famous ass.  Jennifer Lopez.  J.Lo is ‘red’y for love.  Wearing a red dress and exhibiting her famous derriere in Vogue’s first digital edition is an older woman who is fighting to stay young and relevant. “I don’t feel older, and I don’t feel like I look it, either, so I am just acting the same way I have always acted,” she tells the mag.  Jennifer, stop fooling yourself and be yourself.  You are looking older and soon your youthful beauty will dissipate.  Only Marilyn Monroe and Jim Morrison and others who couldn’t live to be old will always be remembered in their youth.

Yesterday I watched most of the 84th Academy Awards hosted by a more feminine looking Billy Crystal.  He was good taking jabs at the Chapter 11 Theater.  Being that Kodak has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, I believe he was not allowed to use the name…Kodak Theatre.  The acceptance speech by the director of the Foreign Language Film, A Separation, was moving.  Politicians want war, the people don’t! was the message of his acceptance speech.

Continuing to see and drink my cold tea, I know about Nicky Minaj’s production.  I have not been quite asleep through a revolution.  I was surprised she was allowed to do such crap.  I guess it’s O.K. to attack Christian beliefs in today’s culture, but it’s politically incorrect to attack others who enjoy beheading Americans.

I enjoy petting Torrey who always comes to my side to see me write.  He lies down, carelessly putting his tail between the coasters of my chair.  One day I’m going to forget he’s there and he’s never going to lie by my side ever again. I turn and pet him with my foot.  He meows in approval.

I’m now watching live television. Today’s headlines are not that different from last month’s.  A soldier in Afghanistan has massacred women, children, and men.  Another American who has blackened our integrity.  If this soldier isn’t prosecuted or given court martial, I will lose hope in our future as a country that upholds the Constitution and the Separation of Powers.

Till later since I still have to finish watching the Grammy’s and the Oscar’s and the Australian Formula One Practice session recorded on the DVR this morning at 1:30 A.M.  This is another Australian Formula One race I will miss, since I don’t like taking long trips in metal tubes.

In his tone, at least, Mr. Obama is working to reassure Israel. “As president i do not bluff!” — March 5, 2012

In his tone, at least, Mr. Obama is working to reassure Israel. “As president i do not bluff!”

In his tone, at least, Mr. Obama is working to reassure Israel. In an interview published on
Friday, Mr. Obama reiterated his pledge to prevent Iran from acaquiring a nuclear weapon —
with force, if necessary — and ruled out a policy of accepting but seeking to contain a
nuclear-armed Iran. The Israeli government, he said, recognizes that “as president of the United States, I don’t bluff.”
The White House’s choice of interviewer — Jeffrey Goldberg, a national correspondent for
the magazine The Atlantic — was carefully calculated. Mr. Goldberg is closely read among
Jews in America; in 2010, he wrote an article exploring the situations under which Israel would attack Iran.
American Jews are anything but monolithic. More dovish groups, like J Street, are trying to
make a case against a pre-emptive Israeli strike. But for the next few days, Aipac will set the tone for an intense debate over the Iranian nuclear threat.

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Raid on the Sun by Roger W. Claire — January 27, 2012

Raid on the Sun by Roger W. Claire

“This is no ordinary mission. You all read the Bible. You know the history of our people. Our people have overcome the agony of the holocaust. We’ve survived wars in 1948, 1956, 1967, the War of Attrition in 1970, and the Yum Kippur War. And mow we are faced with the greatest threat in the long history of Israel—annihilation and destruction of our country with atomic bombs by a madman terrorist who cares nothing for human life.  We must not allow him to achieve the ability to build the bomb that could destroy us.  That’s what this mission this afternoon is all about.  Protecting our country.  The future of Israel rests on your skill and ability to destroy that nuclear reactor.  You must be successful—or we as a people are doomed.  This is a pivotal point in the history of Israel.  If we are to live by the sword, let us see that it’s kept strong in the hand rather than at our throat.”  Chief of Staff General Raful Eitan who had just lost a son, was addressing the soldiers who were going on a mission, on Sunday, June 7, 1981 to destroy the nuclear reactor in Al-Tuwaitha, IRAQ

One of the pilots on this successful mission later died when the space shuttle Columbia broke over the vastness of Texas as it reentered the atmosphere.  Ilan Ramon was the mission’s youngest pilot and first Israeli Astronaut.

The irony of this story is that Israel is now concerned about the vulnerability of its nuclear reactor.  They are considering deactivating the reactor to prevent an attack that would contaminate a vast amount of land if it happens to be a successful attack.


An American’s Unusual Resume May Have Attracted Iran’s Suspicion — January 14, 2012

An American’s Unusual Resume May Have Attracted Iran’s Suspicion

Iran Twitter Flag
Image by People's Open Graphics via Flickr

Here we have another American who decided to test the paranoid Islamic Republic of Iran.  While in their custody since August 2011,  Iran lost yet another nuclear asset.  The assassination in Tehran of  Mr. Roshan, a Chemical Engineer with a magnetic bomb attached to his car.   He was the fourth Iranian nuclear scientist killed in two years, a period in which the West has intensified covert actions against Iran’s nuclear program.

According to U.S. officials in Washington, Israel has played a central role in a series of attacks on Iranian scientists.  Computer viruses, explosions, and assassinations have hindered Iran’s aspirations to have a nuclear reactor online.

Ironically, Israel is considering decommissioning its nuclear facility in Dimona.  A facility that was commenced quietly, without public notice, early in  1958 near the ancient city of Beersheba in the heart of the Negev desert.  Their fear is that a successful airstrike would cause a nuclear disaster.

Amir Mirzaei Hekmati, a former Marine from Flint, Michigan was convicted of spying for the Central Intelligence Agency, C.I.A. by the government of Iran.  Mr. Hekmati’s background, his Iranian heritage and the linguistics work he did for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, might help explain why the authorities in Iran had him arrested while he was visiting Iran for the first time.

He is now sitting on death row in an Iranian prison.  A pawn in a conflict of words between the United States and Iran.

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