Loc: Alexandria, VA
I think that it's a fairly non-comprehensive article about an issue undoubtedly riddled with complexities ... difficult to form an opinion on what is basically a sidebar item ...<br><br>=)<br><br>***matt<br><br>
Agree with Six of One. The issues are so complicated that it's hard to be able to make sense of them, and one little article like this one can't even begin to set up the problem, let alone explain it.<br><br>One thing that I find interesting is that in trying to contextualize Pres. Carter's visit to Cuba, the State Dept. began to accuse Cuba of being involved in the Venezuelan coup, in a "terroristic" capacity. The interesting thing about that is that it was the US that supported the coup against the legitimately elected president of Venezuela, while Cuba and almost all other Latin American nations were dead set against the coup.<br><br>My point is--something or other. Just to suggest that it's hard to be objective about these things sometimes.<br><br>And that's true too.--Shakespeare, King Lear
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I think they are supporting terror but not directly.<br><br>Saudi does it by NOT doing enough to stop it from with in their own boarders. They may not give money or training to terrorist but to turn a blind eye is just giving them a home or base to work from.<br><br>
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