Nov 27, 2006

Chile Today - Hot Tamale, Augusto...

Pinochet Indicted for 1973 Executions

SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) - Former dictator Gen. Augusto Pinochet was indicted Monday and ordered to remain under house arrest for the execution of two bodyguards of Salvador Allende, the freely elected Marxist president who was toppled in a 1973 coup. <more>

And for the record, AP (very sloppy) get your facts straight...ask Allende's niece, Isabel - Salvador did not commit suicide. Use the Google on these keywords: "Church, Kissinger, Geneen, Allende, Pinochet and CIA" to learn which American evildoers put this genocidal Chilean evildoer in power.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good evening America!

More on the Diana murder mystery.

Daily Express is not running with the story its sister paper The Sunday Express published yesterday - that Dodi, and not Diana, was targetted by whoever caused the accident in Paris in 1997.

A blood sample said to be that of driver Paul Henri contained enough carbon monoxide to kill a man and was obviously that of a suicide victim.

Diana driver riddle solved
By Peter Allen

THE suicide victim whose blood was mixed with samples taken from Princess Diana’s chauffeur has been identified.

4:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am currently reading (for the third time) Isabel Allende's House of the Spirits (wonderful book!), and will see what she has to say about the death of "the President", as she refers to Allende, in her book.

4:14 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

I volunteer to pull the lever on Pinochet. Folks, go look up the history on the current Chilean president Michele Bacholet--send the Bush twins to her, she would know how to punish spoiled rich kids.

4:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Then came the roar of the airplanes, and the bombing began. Jaime threw himself on the floor with everyone else, unable to believe what he was seeing; until the day before, he had been convinced that othing like this would ever happen in his country and that even the military respected the law. Only the President was on his feet. He walked to the window carrying a bazooka and fired it at the tanks below. Jaime inched his way to him and grabbed him by the calves to make him get down, but the President replied with a curse and remained erect. Fifteen minutes later the whole building was in flames, and it was impossible to breathe because of the bombs and the smoke. Jaime crawled among the broken furniture and bits of plaster that were falling around him like a deadly rain, attempting to help the wounded, but he could only offer words of comfort and close the eyes of the dead. In a sudden pause in the shooting, the President gathered the survivors and told them to leave because he did not want any martyrs or needless sacrifice; everyone had a family, and important tasks lay ahead. 'I'm going to call a truce so you can leave,' he added. But no one moved. Though a few of them were trembling, all were in apparent possession of their dignity. The bombing was brief, but it left the palace in ruins. By two o'clock in the afternoon the fire had consumed the old drawing rooms that had been used since colconial times, and only a handful of men were left around the President. Soldiers entered the building and took what was left of the first floor. Above the din was heard the hysterical voice of an officer ordering them to surrender and come down single file with their hands on their heads. The President shook each of them by the hand. 'I'll go last,' he said. They never again saw him alive."

That, at any rate, is the account of Allende's death given in Isabel Allende's The House of the Spirits.

Of course, all that took place in a Latin American country. Nothing like that could ever take place in a mature democracy like the USA or UK.

4:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Was former KGB agent murdered over false-flag terrorism within Russia?

Date set for Litvinenko's inquest

Former Owner Says Litvinenko Death Linked to Yukos Dossier — Paper

Was he sacrificed to embarrass Putin?

Minister slams Putin’s attacks on democracy

4:44 PM  
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7:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The 40 Committee authorized $700,000 for El Mercurio on September 9, 1971, and added another $965,000 to that authorization on April 11, 1972. A CIA project renewal memorandum concluded that El Mercurio and other media outlets supported by the Agency had played an important role in setting the stage for the September 11, 1973, military coup which overthrew Allende.

Eerie with these dates.

Why isn't that one in prison with war crimes?

7:45 PM  
Blogger Patrick J. Fitzgerald said...

What continues to amaze me is that so many people still hold Henry Kissinger in such high esteem...and still seek his counsel, Mr. President.

7:50 PM  
Blogger teak said...

He is lagoon scum, Mr. Fitz.

7:55 PM  
Blogger teak said...

That would be Kansas lagoon scum not the blue lagoons. (sewage)

7:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Disruption of Kissinger's Speech in Minneapolis

Brave people.

8:11 PM  
Anonymous mejicano Meteorólogo said...

Hola Fitz,

Usted robó mi punchline.

9:18 PM  
Blogger bluewild said...

Hello - Yes, I'm late in responding buty better late than never.

The movie MISSING, from several years years by Costa Gravas is a really great film about what happened in Chile - Allende's "suicide". Jack Lemmon and Sissy Spacek are in it. It is a really faithful rendition of the bookwhich is also great. Jack lemmon plays the father of a youing man living in Chile who is digging a little too deeply into what's ha[ppeniong in Chile at thte time. The son "disappears", and Jack Lemmon goes to Chile to try to find him. Sissy Spacek plays the son's wife. It's a great film - and shows some of Pinochet's "work"....

Fitz - I totally agree about Kissinger! He is a very sinister shadowy presence in governments that are hiding things that shouldn't be hidden.

10:15 PM  

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