Comments:Colombian police claim that Venezuelan government paid FARC rebels $300 million
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While I understand a link between Venezuela (extreme socialist) & FARC ( communist ), I can not understand the need for either party to play with uranium. FARC cant kill civilians as it would be counter productive, and Venezuela would probably be affected by the fall out of a dirty bomb / nuke. So while I do believe the link I think the uranium claims are planted bull, to give the US another excuse to attack.--220.127.116.11 14:06, 4 March 2008 (UTC)
Miracously Saved Computers 
An 84 people campament was bombed during the night by the Colombian army. Now they claim that 3 computers miracously were saved from the bomb attack, they have the complete hard drives and they found significant documents... So significant that they are now the prove why they should enter into another country and break the international law that could lead to war.... Mmm... This story sounds to me like the: "there are WMD in Iraq, we should go in for the good of the World"... Oh, and by the way, the Bush government doesn't ask Colombia why did they invade another country, they say that they back president Uribe... Strange situation this one.
Liberals are fucking retarded.
Communist rebels are totally not supported by A dictator that his knee deep in the drug world.