Wednesday, September 22, 2010

There are preparations for possible intervention, warning Evo Morales in NY...

If the U.S. and Israel attack on Iran will unleash a nuclear winter, Fidel Castro reiterates
Wednesday September 22, 2010, p. 32

Havana, September 21. The former Cuban President Fidel Castro estimated today that the U.S. and Israel will not get break on Iran in the dispute over its nuclear program and insisted on the danger of nuclear war with dire consequences for the world. Hours later, the president of Bolivia, Evo Morales, said the United States is preparing a possible intervention in Iran and noted that Iran has the right to defend itself if provoked.
More than 6 billion people go without food, besides the cold and all that, "Castro said at a meeting in Havana with 620 passengers and crew of a Japanese Peace Cruise calling at Cuba.
Castro referred to Israel as the world's fifth nuclear power, and considered that it is decided to attack Iranian facilities if U.S. does not, for the purpose of destroying research.
Peace Boat, initiator of the Japanese Peace Cruise, is a nongovernmental organization founded in Tokyo in 1983 and its main objective is to bring a message of peace to all peoples of the world.
In New York, meanwhile, said President Morales is surprised to see posters preparing his people for a possible intervention against Iran, but said that any country has the right to defend himself caused.
He noted that when some countries are freed from the empire, the empire always strafe.
He recalled that Bolivia has good relations with Iran. Nobody is going to prevent breaking off diplomatic relations with any country in the world, we are of the culture of dialogue, he said.
At press time, a new reflection entitled The nuclear winter and peace, Fidel Castro told more than 20,000 nuclear weapons in the hands of eight countries: United States, Russia, France, United Kingdom, China, Israel, India and Pakistan, several of them with sharp economic, political and religious.
S: / dpa / Front Line LPPNEWS simultaneous translation 

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