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More from Pat Robertson

Postby Cantaress4Him on Tue Feb 07, 2006 4:27 pm

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Re: More from Pat Robertson

Postby grace2all on Tue Feb 07, 2006 4:45 pm

This is such a touchy issue. I mean, some things Pat Robertson says has <!--EZCODE ITALIC START--><em>some</em><!--EZCODE ITALIC END--> underlying truth but I think he should be a little more responsible and careful with his words.<br>
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Amazing grace, how sweet the sound that saved a wretch like me; I once was lost, but now am found, was blind but now I see. John Newton-1779</p><i></i>
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Re: More from Pat Robertson

Postby John Gilbert on Tue Feb 07, 2006 5:20 pm

Be careful not to fall prey to political correctness.<br>
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Chavez is a socialist dictator continually at odds with the US. At the very least he should be marginalized, and the very best thing that could happen would be for his regime to fall by whatever means necessary.<br>
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He gives aid and comfort to our enemies. Therefore he is an enemy.<br>
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Pat Robertson is correct in his feelings, and is displaying courage in the face of the liberal media.<br>
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Hooray for him. <p></p><i></i>
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Re: More from Pat Robertson

Postby grace2all on Tue Feb 07, 2006 5:44 pm

<!--EZCODE QUOTE START--><blockquote><strong><em>Quote:</em></strong><hr> Be careful not to fall prey to political correctness.<hr></blockquote><!--EZCODE QUOTE END--><br>
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I mentioned that <!--EZCODE ITALIC START--><em>some</em><!--EZCODE ITALIC END--> things Pat says have underlying truth, and I do believe he should <!--EZCODE ITALIC START--><em><!--EZCODE BOLD START--><strong>be careful and responsible</strong><!--EZCODE BOLD END--></em><!--EZCODE ITALIC END--> about it comments. I guess I should have said "in general."<br>
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For example, I don't think it's responsible of Pat Robertson to say that Ariel Sharon's blood clot was punishment from God because he gave part of Gaza back. I mean, Ariel Sharon is and older gentleman, and well, maybe it's close to his time. <br>
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I say what I say because regardless of how we feel about Pat Robertson (some Christians love him, some don't really care for his style), he is looked at by secular America (and the world for that matter) as a representative of Christ, Christians, the Gospel.<br>
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To call for the assisination of a world leader is not what I think is proper for a Christian leader. Some may disagree with me and that's fine. <br>
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Did Jesus ever say to his disciples, hey, let's take this guy out to make the world better? <br>
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I feel this way because I totally believe that every leader (past, present and future) is in place because God allowed him/her to be there. Chavez will play his role, and God is in control.<br>
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Amazing grace, how sweet the sound that saved a wretch like me; I once was lost, but now am found, was blind but now I see. John Newton-1779</p><i>Edited by: <A HREF=http://p203.ezboard.com/bherbsdiscussionboard.showUserPublicProfile?gid=grace2all>grace2all</A> at: 2/7/06 7:56 pm<br></i>
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Re: More from Pat Robertson

Postby John Gilbert on Tue Feb 07, 2006 6:00 pm

Yes, God pulls the strings! We agree.<br>
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Re: More from Pat Robertson

Postby PatrickAnn57 on Tue Feb 07, 2006 6:11 pm

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To call for the assisination of a world leader is not what I think is proper for a Christian leader. Some may disagree with me and that's fine. <br>
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Did Jesus ever say to his disciples, hey, let's take this guy out to make the world better? <br>
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There is nothing to disagree with at all. Christians do not call for the assasination of anyone. Plain and Simple. Pat should know better.<br>
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Re: More from Pat Robertson

Postby Bravo383 on Wed Feb 08, 2006 2:37 am

No, this is not following the example that Christ gave to his disicples. Pat is clearin wrong in calling for Chavez's assassination. However I think his assesment of the danger he represents is right on target. <p></p><i></i>
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Re: More from Pat Robertson

Postby PatrickAnn57 on Wed Feb 08, 2006 3:57 am

Cahvez isn't a threat to anybody but the current administration it's greedy oil barons.<br>
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Chavez is no dictator. He was elected president of Venezuela in 1998 and in 2000 by a large majority of its citizens. He survived a coup attempt which was suported by the Bush administration. He has made sure that the profits from the oil from his country has gone back to the poor of his country. In 2004, 84% of the poor in Venezuela saw their income increase 33%. Unemployment decreased from 17% in 2004 to 14% by February of 2005.<br>
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His weapons purchases from Russia are for defense purposes. He has not threatened anybody. He is taking care of the needs of his country and he has done much to enhance the quality of life for the poor of his nation. Ask the people of Venezuela what they think of him. They happen to like him alot.<br>
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Re: More from Pat Robertson

Postby reedax on Wed Feb 08, 2006 6:08 am

Didn't he make a call for the annilhation of America? <p></p><i></i>
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Re: More from Pat Robertson

Postby Bravo383 on Wed Feb 08, 2006 6:14 am

Yes Reedax now that you mention it I do remember that. <p></p><i></i>
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Re: More from Pat Robertson

Postby carpentersdaughter on Wed Feb 08, 2006 6:29 am

Yes, he did several months ago. <p><!--EZCODE IMAGE START--><img src="http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a184/halfcent/rev320A.gif" style="border:0;"/><!--EZCODE IMAGE END--></p><i></i>
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Re: More from Pat Robertson

Postby PatrickAnn57 on Wed Feb 08, 2006 7:16 am

Lets be honest, thats like Guam calling for the destruction of Russia. Everyone knows he does not have the power to back it up.<br>
Its an empty threat. <p></p><i></i>
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Re: More from Pat Robertson

Postby DP on Wed Feb 08, 2006 7:27 am

<!--EZCODE QUOTE START--><blockquote><strong><em>Quote:</em></strong><hr>Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez congratulated his Iranian counterpart President-elect Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's landslide victory in a telephone conversation, arguing, "Your high vote secured Iran's legitimacy at international scene." Expressing his delight over President-elect Ahmadinejad's victory, Chavez added, "My government is determined to continue Venezuela's comprehensive cooperation with Iran." <br>
The Venezuelan leader meanwhile considered the expansion of bilateral ties as a need, and asked for reviewing the two countries' already signed agreements and seeing into their proper implementation as a mutual necessity. <br>
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He added, "I would be glad to dispatch to Tehran a high ranking Venezuelan delegation to attend your excellency's Oath Taking Ceremony." <br>
According to the report by president elect's office, Ahmadinejad, too, in the phone talk appreciate President Chavez for his kind congratulation contact, adding, "My government would continue the Islamic Republic's basic policy in expansion of relations with Venezuela, as a friend and brother nation." <br>
Dr. Ahmadinejad meanwhile invited President Chavez to visit Iran in near future to exchange viewpoints on bilateral and international issues. <br>
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The Iranian president elect emphasized, "Your excellency's state visit to Tehran would mark a turning point in our two nations' relations, and accelerate the process of the reached agreements' implementation."<hr></blockquote><!--EZCODE QUOTE END--><br>
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<!--EZCODE QUOTE START--><blockquote><strong><em>Quote:</em></strong><hr>LONDON, September 29 (IranMania) - Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad hailed Venezuela?s ?brave and judicious? vote against the EU-proposed resolution passed by the International Atomic Energy Agency?s Board of Governors.<br>
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Talking to his Venezuelan counterpart Hugo Chavez on the phone Tuesday, Ahmadinejad thanked the South American country for its bold support for Iran?s legitimate right to gain access to nuclear technology for peaceful purposes, IRNA reported. <br>
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The vote, he said, shows the depth of the two countries? brotherly and friendly ties.<br>
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Referring to Venezuela?s efforts to rally South American states? support for Iran?s legitimate activities to develop nuclear technology, the Iranian president said this has led to a wider debate in the international arena on the rights of suppressed nations.<br>
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Ahmadinejad said the IAEA resolution is a violation of all IAEA rules and regulations, and stressed that his country will never accept anything that ignores international law.<br>
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Chavez, for his part, expressed his confidence that Iran will successfully overcome the current crisis regarding its nuclear program like it did in the past.<hr></blockquote><!--EZCODE QUOTE END--><br>
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<!--EZCODE QUOTE START--><blockquote><strong><em>Quote:</em></strong><hr>LONDON August 12 (IranMania) - Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in a telephone conversation with his Algerian counterpart Hugo Chavez, said his country's support for Iran at international organizations was a proof of the "deep brotherly and lasting relations" between the two nations and states, IRNA reported. <br>
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Congratulating Ahmadinejad on taking office as the 6th president of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Chavez said his country's policy was based on the principles of fraternity with the IRI and other countries. "We are after a multipolar rather than a unipolar world," he said. <br>
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He also called for further strengthening of bilateral ties between Tehran and Caracas as well as closer cooperation between Iran, Venezuela and Algeria within the Group-15 organization. <br>
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Chavez expressed hope to visit Iran at the first opportune time. <br>
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Ahmadinejad thanked Chavez and on his part called for stronger Iran-Venezuela ties.<hr></blockquote><!--EZCODE QUOTE END--><br>
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<!--EZCODE QUOTE START--><blockquote><strong><em>Quote:</em></strong><hr>Caracas, November 26, 2004—In his third official visit to Russia, Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez met with Russian Head of State Vladirmir Putin to fortify relations between the two countries and to negotiate trade and energy agreements. During his two-day visit (November 25-26), various cooperation agreements were signed and bilateral ties were strengthened. <br>
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"This is an invitation that President Vladimir Putin extended to the Venezuelan Head of State ... who is the only leader in the world to make so many visits to Russia in such a short time,” said Venezuelan Ambassador to Moscow Carlos Mendoza Potellá. Russia’s Foreign Ministry spokesman added, Mr. Chavez "has been given the red carpet treatment in Russia."<br>
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According to Chávez, Caracas attributes an enormous significance to his visit to Moscow. "Russia and Venezuela are now establishing a strategic alliance whose strengthening is favored by circumstances…We are against a uni-polar world. There must be a strong Europe, a strong Russia, a strong Asia with China and India, and a strong Middle East and Latin America,” said Chavez. <br>
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Chávez went on to highlight the need for creation of constructive oil-cooperation dialogue in order to precisely diagnose the international forecast in the long term and take adequate measures to avoid abrupt fluctuations between supply and demand. These measures would ensure stability in the world market and protect the two nations from foreign powers meddling in their affairs. <br>
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The Venezuelan President asserted during the Russian-Venezuelan forum that oil producing countries cannot permit a fall in oil prices, emphasizing that the existing price band of 22 to 28 dollars per barrel, established by OPEC a few years ago has become “a thing of the past.” Chávez believes that the minimum price per barrel should be $30 and the maximum price would be dictated naturally by the market.<br>
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The Venezuelan Head of State also met with Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Fradkov and Duma Chairman Boris Gryzlov. Gryzlov directed attention to the fact that the economic-commercial relations between the two nations are developing positively, indicating their similar perspectives and shared problems as the base for their mutual understanding.<br>
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The two nations signed a billion dollar inter-governmental agreement in which the Russian oil corporation Lukoil and PDVSA will collaborate on oil-extraction technology. “We will supply to Moscow all the aluminum it needs to build up a plant to process 1 million tons of bauxite in Venezuela every year. The project will be conducted in association with the Venezuelan Guayana Corporation (CVG) group,” said Ambassador Mendoza Potellá.<br>
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Also, according to presidential sources, Venezuela will be purchasing Mi-35 fire-support helicopters and MiG-29S fighter planes. The country also seeks to obtain Russian-made, automatic assault rifles and is in the process of looking into the possibility of training its military personnel in Russia. Ambassador Mendoza clarified that these purchases are not in any way related to a military build-up. <br>
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Chávez is also interested in establishing links of military cooperation in order to acquire Russian materials and expertise in developing and launching the first telecommunications satellite of Venezuela. <br>
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Moscow stands to benefit enormously from these possible business ventures. If all goes well, Chávez may endorse Russia’s entry into the WTO. <br>
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Chávez has been on a whirlwind tour since Sunday, November 21. He strengthened relations with President José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero’s Social Workers Party (PSOE) in Spain and completed a second round of bilateral talks with Muammar El Gadhafi in Libya, where he was awarded the El Gadhafi Human Rights Award. His next stop is Iran.<hr></blockquote><!--EZCODE QUOTE END--><br>
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<!--EZCODE QUOTE START--><blockquote><strong><em>Quote:</em></strong><hr>Russia is defending its plans to sell Venezuela assault rifles and helicopters. <br>
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Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov dismissed concerns expressed by the United States that the guns and aircraft could fall into the hands of leftist rebels in Colombia. Mr. Lavrov said the arms deal is a bilateral issue in line with international law.<br>
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U.S. officials fear Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, who has strained relations with Washington, could export small arms to rebel movements, including rebel groups in neighboring Colombia. A State Department spokesman says the United States has raised the issue with Russia on several occasions. <br>
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Earlier this week, Venezuelan Vice President Jose Rangel said his country is buying the weapons to strengthen its national security and that the purchase should not concern Washington.<hr></blockquote><!--EZCODE QUOTE END--><br>
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I could go on and on to show the Chevez is a problem for the US in many, many different ways. <p>---------------<br>
“Blessed be the LORD my strength which teacheth my hands to war, and my fingers to fight” (Psalm 144:1)</p><i></i>
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Re: More from Pat Robertson

Postby Bravo383 on Wed Feb 08, 2006 7:28 am

A threat that he shouldn't have made. We have been attacked not so long ago and must now take every threat seriously. Besides do you know who Venezula's allies are? Last I heard they were aligning themselves with China! That's a credible threat. <p></p><i></i>
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