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    Re: Cuba confirms arms bound for North Korea on ship seized in Panama

    Let see, a regime deputy foreign minister was rush to Panama to lie his way out of the legal troubles with regard to the contents on the ship. The regimen in Havana after the initial statement had remained silence. This time they will not be able to pull this off.

    It will not be a surprise if in the remaining four cargo holds the Panamanians authorities find crates of AK-47 bound for the Colombia Marxists guerillas through Ecuador.

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    Re: Cuba confirms arms bound for North Korea on ship seized in Panama

    It is amazing that those that comment about the Castroit regime weapon smuggling operation don’t seem to understand that their arguments in defense of the operation have little to do with the real thing. Their politically distorted interpretation and justification of the smuggling of weapons are ridiculous. They keep distorting repeatedly the real facts without regard for the truth.

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    Re: Cuba confirms arms bound for North Korea on ship seized in Panama

    Note: The article shows 26 photos
    Panama discovers MORE fighter jet engines and military vehicles on the seized boat taking obsolete weapons from Cuba to North Korea
    Panama discovers more fighter jet engines and military vehicles on the seized boat taking obsolete weapons from Cuba to the secretive state of North Korea | Mail Online

    • More military hardware has been discovered on the boat intercepted by
    Panama on its way from Cuba to North Korea
    • The Chong Chon Gang was stopped on July 15
    • North Korea says it was to repair the equipment and return it to Cuba
    • Cargo includes missile systems, two MiG-21 jet fighters, military vehicles and 12 spare engines, all hidden under bags of brown sugar

    By Daily Mail Reporters and Reuters Reporter
    PUBLISHED: 23:16 EST, 30 July 2013 | UPDATED: 00:47 EST, 31 July 2013

    Panamanian investigators unloading the cargo of a seized North Korean ship carrying arms from Cuba under sacks of brown sugar found yet more military hardware on Tuesday.

    The authorities discovered 12 engines for MiG-21 fighter jets and five military vehicles that officials said resembled missile control centers.

    Investigators earlier in July had found two MiG-21 fighters and two missile radar systems on board the Chong Chon Gang, which was bound for secretive North Korea when it was stopped by officials.
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    Massive haul: A Panamanian naval police officer stands in front of a container carrying a Russian-made fighter engine which was on its way to North Korea before being intercepted.

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    Hardware: This seized vehicle is thought to be a military missile control center
    You have to versions to pick from:
    A. All the military hardware, left to rust and decay, was used as ballast for the ship.
    B. An art project, the North Korean version of Picasso's "Guernica." Many people just don't get modern art.

    The Castroit regime has once again been exposed as a cynical and deceitful. Its loss of prestige has accelerated before the evidence of this felony committed in collusion with another of the most cruel dictatorship in the world, the North Korean dynasty.

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    Re: Cuba confirms arms bound for North Korea on ship seized in Panama

    Quote Originally Posted by Sandokan View Post
    Fidel Castro in a video against the nuclear war on October 15, 2010, said: Let us have the courage to proclaim that all nuclear or conventional weapons, everything that is used to make war, must disappear.”

    The Castroit tyrannical regime is trading brown sugar weapons of destruction with the North Korean government, a state sponsor of terrorism. This is a perfect match and a very dangerous alliance for the rest of the world.
    If North Korea used those weapons the appropriate response would have been to attack Cuba.... If China or Russia had anything say about that I would tell them they're lucky we don't destroy North Korea....

    That or tell China to take those weapons away or we will attack Cuba......

    Thank God those weapons were seized - without question they were to be used against South Korea....

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    Re: Cuba confirms arms bound for North Korea on ship seized in Panama

    Experts say the story doesn't add up. Weapons repairs are normally made by ordering parts and flying in technicians. Furthermore, since everything was made in the Soviet Union, sending it to North Korea doesn't make sense.

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    Re: Cuba confirms arms bound for North Korea on ship seized in Panama

    When the Cuban people find out that the regime is a “paper tiger”, the demonstration on the streets, which belong to the people, will start and the regimen forces, even with the use of brute force, will not be able to stop it. If they open fire on the people on the streets, the end will come quickly for the Castroit tyrannical regime and a bloodbath will take place.

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    Re: Cuba confirms arms bound for North Korea on ship seized in Panama

    Panama finds undeclared munitions aboard N. Korea-bound ship from Cuba
    Panama finds undeclared munitions aboard N. Korea-bound ship from Cuba | Fox News

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    PANAMA CITY – Panama says it has unloaded live munitions from a ship seized in the canal as it headed from Cuba to North Korea.

    Drug prosecutor Javier Carballo says ammunition for grenade launchers and another unidentified type were found.
    Carballo told reporters Friday that boxes of munitions, though he didn't say how many, were found with the help of explosive-sniffing dogs.

    The manifest said the Chong Chon Gang was carrying only sugar when it was stopped July 15 in the Panama Canal. Cuban military equipment was found beneath the sacks.

    Cuba later said it was sending obsolete planes and missiles to be repaired in North Korea, but did not mention live munitions.

    Cuban officials couldn't immediately be reached for comment.

    Panama has filed charges against the crew for transporting undeclared military equipment.
    It will be very interesting to see how the Castroit regime explain how the munitions and rocket propelled grenade launchers that just have been discovered on the ship hidden under tons of sugar are "obsolete" as well.

    The explanation will no doubt be about as credible as the ones they tell us about Cuba not being a State Sponsor of Terrorism

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    Re: Cuba confirms arms bound for North Korea on ship seized in Panama

    Great, Sandokan's shown up. This thread might as well be closed. Who's ready for five pages of Sandokan talking to himself?
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    Re: Cuba confirms arms bound for North Korea on ship seized in Panama

    The press reports that explosives, live munitions and heavy artillery, bound for North Korea, that were uncovered provides further evidence that the Castroit regime remains an active and a dangerous instigator on the world stage.

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    Re: Cuba confirms arms bound for North Korea on ship seized in Panama

    The Obama Administration should take into consideration that when it sits down with the regime representatives and offers concessions, it is appeasing a terrorist state that remains as dangerous and firmly opposed to U.S. interests as ever. This is a good reason for the Administration to keep the sanctions in place and stop the flow of dollars to the Castroit tyrannical regime.

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