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    Never forget, we’re large!

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    Don't cry, mother. I will live in the free and fair Nicaragua that you taught me to love.

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    Ortega and Murillo massacre over our mourning...

    And ask us to wait for election results.

    They have to go now!

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    "Resignation" of Rivas

    Civic insurrection

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    Why so much fury about Masaya?

    Masaya, capital of the resistance and heroism

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    Civic revolution: no active violence

    So, we only make the roadblocks and we "pull"?

    Like that, we avoid more victims. Our power is the truth, not cooperation with the dictatorship and civil disobedience!

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    Chamuca filibusterism

    "Here was Granada"

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    Chamuca filibusterism

    "Here was Granada"
    If we can't have it, we'll burn it down.
    It's our hacienda.
    Last edited by KeyWestPirate; 06-06-2018 at 10:26 AM.

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    The word filibuster is used here in its 19th century sense. A filibustero was a US soldier of fortune. Wm Walker was the one who razed Granada in 1855. He made himself president of Nicaragua, being recognized as such by US pres Pierce, until he tangled with Cornelius Vanderbilt (over Nicaragua Canal rights), and soon afterward was killed. (Walker was from Nashville, TN. Vanderbilt built his university there tho he was from NY, never having lived in TN. Apparently it wasn't enough to have had his opponent killed.)
    I never met a Semite I didn't like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daddy-YO View Post
    The word filibuster is used here in its 19th century sense. A filibustero was a US soldier of fortune. Wm Walker was the one who razed Granada in 1855. He made himself president of Nicaragua, being recognized as such by US pres Pierce, until he tangled with Cornelius Vanderbilt (over Nicaragua Canal rights), and soon afterward was killed. (Walker was from Nashville, TN. Vanderbilt built his university there tho he was from NY, never having lived in TN. Apparently it wasn't enough to have had his opponent killed.)


    Walker was shot in Trujillo, Honduras.
    I almost retired there, did an offer to purchase a piece of about 5 acres on a rise overlooking the beautiful bay. The seller wanted to move to La Ceiba, but couldn't find something to buy for what he was selling for.

    In retrospect, who knows??? I really like Honduras, a few dangerous spots, Tegus and San Pedro Sula,, but mostly what Nicaragua could be if they ever get their shit together. Prosperous.

    I now spend quite a bit of time there.
    La Ceiba used to be safe,, interesting night life, not so safe now.

    The coast is VERY Garifuna, very poor, shacks built over the water, shit falling from a hole in the floor into the water.
    Very colorful, though.

    The Garifuna don't recognize land titles close to the beach. A bit like being caught up in a TomaTierra action in Nicaragua.

    Not the tranquil retirement one looks for.

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    Chamuco roadblock

    General Secretary of the OAS

    Agreements with the dictator

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    The dictator's response to the meeting with the bishops

    I'll think about it... and let you know.

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    City Hall Death Squadrons

    How your taxes are invested

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    The satanic dictator and his party fall apart with the genocide of these people that fight civilly.

    Let's defeat him!

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    Theater of Horrors
    The de-composition of the dictator's band

    Criminals: paid on commission (looting and assault)
    Chamuca Police in putrefying state
    Turbas on 200 peso salary
    Anti-civils who have horror to citizens with pans

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    Nicaragua, national strike
    No more murders, enough already!

    And now, what do we do?

    You keep on with your orgy, I'll keep them entertained with the dialog.

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    Ortega genocide
    Dialog
    "Giddy up!"

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    Whew! Not as bad as many, we're perceived as "a professional, non-partisan, apolitical, obedient (to our intere$t$), and not deliberative

    Making fatherland

    El Carmen
    Guardia barracks of the commander and Mrs. Chamu

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