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Israel observes the Venezula Representative is a bit sour. There was no need for such an inflammatory comment, which doesn't portray your welcoming to aiman, but portrays your bitterness to JonathanH and the fact you didn't get in.



Are you trying to evict brimstone now, too? How can you define what the Indian representative as a "personal insult"?
Venezuela expects no better from the american base in the middle east. perhaps if you were more well versed in international relations, you would know that Venezuela is a staunch opposer to the Bush administration.
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If Venezuela can prove their comments, other than saying 'it is a known fact', then India will accept them. If, as India thinks, the Venezuelan diplomat cannot, India will take it as a false accusation, and will make moves to start disciplinary procedures.
maybe you should carry out your threat of a vote of no confidence before moving on to new ones, because at this point in time it seems that your threats are rather petty :rolleyes:
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Venezuela expects no better from the american base in the middle east. perhaps if you were more well versed in international relations, you would know that Venezuela is a staunch opposer to the Bush administration.
If the Venezuelan diplomat was more clued up about international relations, they would have thought it sensible not to make a comment in this thread.
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oh and just so you can back out of your pathetic claims > http://observer.guardian.co.uk/inter...688071,00.html
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We, the United States, have noticed that Mr.Chevez accuses us this coup, as recently as last Sunday, but we are unable to see any substantial evidence presented by the Venezualian authorities that support this claim.
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maybe you should carry out your threat of a vote of no confidence before moving on to new ones, because at this point in time it seems that your threats are rather petty :rolleyes:
India wonders where the Venezuelan diplomat got the idea of a vote of no confidence? :confused:
We believe that we will carry out our threat of going through the disciplinary procedure to censure Venezuela for their flagrant false remarks against the USA.
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If the Venezuelan diplomat was more clued up about international relations, they would have thought it sensible not to make a comment in this thread.
the venezuelan diplomat feels that it is necessary to establish from the start the ties that the US representative will enjoy with Venezuela.
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Venezuela expects no better from the american base in the middle east. perhaps if you were more well versed in international relations, you would know that Venezuela is a staunch opposer to the Bush administration.
Perhaps; which is why it would have been wise not to comment on this thread at all.
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oh and just so you can back out of your pathetic claims > http://observer.guardian.co.uk/inter...688071,00.html
India believes this article is nothing more than pathetic speculation, similar to 'Who Shot JFK' and 'Diana was murdered by MI5'
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the venezuelan diplomat feels that it is necessary to establish from the start the ties that the US representative will enjoy with Venezuela.
India doubts highly that either nation will 'enjoy' their ties.
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India wonders where the Venezuelan diplomat got the idea of a vote of no confidence? :confused:
We believe that we will carry out our threat of going through the disciplinary procedure to censure Venezuela for their flagrant false remarks against the USA.
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I'm not bothering, because I think the results of this poll will come through and show. And then possibly the results of a vote of no confidence.
that's where i got the idea from:rolleyes:
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oh and just so you can back out of your ------- claims > http://observer.guardian.co.uk/inter...688071,00.html
Let me elucidate my earlier statement. When we said we needed evidence, we meant one conducted by an investigation committee, not a newsagency trying to make a story to sell.
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India believes this article is nothing more than pathetic speculation, similar to 'Who Shot JFK' and 'Diana was murdered by MI5'
well maybe if the Indian government would feel free to publish more reliable source than the guardian and the observer, both impartial, British news sources. last time i checked, there wasnt one reliable news source from India itself, so how does india feel that it can bring into question the reliability of a well established British broadsheet?
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Let me elucidate my earlier statement. When we said we needed evidence, we meant one conducted by an investigation committee, not a newsagency trying to make a story to sell.
this source provides plenty FACTUAL evidence as to the US involvement:
http://www.squall.co.uk/squall.cfm/s...002051001/ct=2
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that's where i got the idea from:rolleyes:
That was a previous statement, unrelated to the current issue at hand. And that was I who said that, not India.
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well maybe if the Indian government would feel free to publish more reliable source than the guardian and the observer, both impartial, British news sources. last time i checked, there wasnt one reliable news source from India itself, so how does india feel that it can bring into question the reliability of a well established British broadsheet?
The report may well be impartial (although we highly doubt it), as the United States said, we are looking for evidence from a investigative committee, not a newspaper.
As to whether or not India has reliable news sources, we'd like to point out, firstly that we do, and secondly it is none of Venezuela's business. And since when have the newspapers in Venezuela ever been reliable?
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That was a previous statement, unrelated to the current issue at hand. And that was I who said that, not India.
until we something materialise from that threat, we wont be regarding any future threats from you as a threat at all, but more of an empty promise:rolleyes:
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this source provides plenty FACTUAL evidence as to the US involvement:
http://www.squall.co.uk/squall.cfm/s...002051001/ct=2
This is from a website that has no proof of impartiality, and is in all likelihood very biased. Does Venezuela care to set up an investigative committee to investigate the atrocious claims they are making? If not, perhaps they could stop claiming them.
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until we something materialise from that threat, we wont be regarding any future threats from you as a threat at all, but more of an empty promise:rolleyes:
Something will materialise, don't worry.
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Something will materialise, don't worry.
a continuation of an empty threat, we shall see if anything ever materialises from this:rolleyes:
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