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Old 28-12-2010, 10:28 PM   #1
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Gulf of Tonkin inside job incident (1964). On 2 August 1964, the US navy destroyer USS Maddox was attacked in the Gulf of Tonkin by North Vietnamese torpedo boats while providing radar cover for an amphibious raid into the North by the South Vietnamese. The attack was driven off by the Maddox and aircraft from the carrier USS Ticonderoga. Two days later, the Maddox's jittery crew mistook radar returns from choppy seas for another attack and the Johnson administration responded by bombing a number of targets in North Vietnam and sending a resolution to Congress that was to become the basis for all future US involvement in the Vietnam war.


Now that Hillary Clinton is beating the drums of war and calling on the entire world to rise to its “duty” to respond to North Korea’s supposed attack on a South Korean warship and the murder of 46 crew, a flood of frightening analogies and comparisons come to mind.

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The second Tonkin Gulf incident was originally claimed by the U.S. National Security Agency to have occurred on August 4, 1964, as another sea battle, but instead may have involved the "Tonkin Ghosts",[6] and no actual NVN Torpedo Boat attacks.

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Motto: "Pro Mundi Beneficio" (Latin)
"For the Benefit of the World"

There are several theories about the origin of the name "Panama". Some believe that the country was named after a commonly found species of trees. Others believe that the first settlers arrived in Panama in August, when butterflies abound, and that the name means "many butterflies" in an indigenous language.

The earliest known inhabitants of Panama were the Cuevas and the Coclé tribes, but they were wiped out by disease and fighting when the Spaniards arrived in the 16th century.

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Gatun Lake (Sp. Lago Gatún) is a large artificial lake situated in the Republic of Panama; it forms a major part of the Panama Canal, carrying ships for 33 km (20 miles) of their transit across the Isthmus of Panama.

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The lake was created between 1907 and 1913 by the building of the Gatun Dam across the Chagres River. At the time it was created, Gatun Lake was the largest man-made lake in the world, and the dam was the largest earth dam.

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It was the site of the Darién scheme, independent Scotland's one major attempt at colonialism.

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Their orders were to proceed to the Bay of Darien, and make the Isle called the Golden Island ... some few leagues to the leeward of the mouth of the great River of Darien

In 1744 Bishop Francisco Javier de Luna Victoria y Castro established the College of San Ignacio de Loyola and on June 3, 1749 founded La Real y Pontificia Universidad de San Javier.

In 1717, the viceroyalty of New Granada (northern South America) was created in response to other Europeans trying to take Spanish territory in the Caribbean region. The Isthmus of Panama was placed under its jurisdiction

Jimmy Carter and Omar Torrijos shake hands moments after the signing of the Torrijos-Carter Treaties.
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The Torrijos-Carter Treaties (sometimes referred to in the singular as the Torrijos-Carter Treaty) are two treaties signed by the United States and Panama in Washington, D.C., on September 7, 1977,

Noriega strengthened his position as de facto ruler in August 1983 by promoting himself to full general. Noriega, being paid by the CIA, extended new rights to the Uniteoran insurgent Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front in Panama, and likewise rebuffed demands by Lieutenant Colonel Oliver North of the United States Marine Corps that he provide military assistance to the Nicaraguan Contras. Noriega insists that his refusal to meet North's demands was the actual basis for the U.S. campaign to oust him.

Mugshot of Noriega, after his surrender (1990)
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U.S. relations with General Noriega spanned during the latter half of the Cold War between the United States and Soviet Union, when Noriega served as a U.S. intelligence asset and paid informant by the Central Intelligence Agency. Noriega may have been working for the US since the 1970s, when Bush was head (1976–77) of the CIA

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20,000 were displaced from their homes. Disorder continued for nearly two weeks. A lawsuit brought by 60 Panamanian companies alleged negligence and disregard for property

On 19 December, President George H. W. Bush decided to use force against Panama, declaring that the operation was necessary to safeguard the lives of U.S. citizens in Panama, defend democracy and human rights, combat drug trafficking, and secure the functioning of the Canal as required by the Torrijos-Carter Treaties (New York Times, A Transcript of President Bush's Address n.p.).[22]

Though Panama suffered heavy economic upheavals because of military warfare, it has managed to rebuild its economy as one of the fastest growing in the world.
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Ex-presidents Martín Torrijos and George W. Bush at the Oval Office, Friday, February 16, 2007.
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The nine provinces and three provincial-level comarcas of Panama
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Cold climate is usual near and in the Panamanian highlands.
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Christ Church by the Sea in 2003...
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Rubén Blades Bellido de Luna (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈruβen ˈbleðz][1]; born July 16, 1948) is a Panamanian salsa singer, songwriter, lawyer, actor, Latin jazz musician, and politician, performing musically most often in the Afro-Cuban and Latin jazz genres
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The traditional Panamanian dish for Christmas usually includes chicken tamales, arroz con pollo (chicken and rice), pavo (turkey) and relleno (stuffing). Bowls of fruits and fruitcake are set out on the tables along with the dishes. Along with these foods and dessert, a traditional drink is serve which is called Ron Ponche (eggnog). Which consists of: two cans of condensed milk, three cans of evaporated milk, six eggs and half a bottle of rum and nutmeg for some extra flavour.

A Panamanian women’s traditional clothing is called the Pollera. The Pollera originated in Spain in the 16th century. Later on the Pollera was used as a typical dress in Panama in the early eighteen hundreds. The Pollera was worn by women servants or maids: “it was especially the dress of the wet nurses who nursed the children of the family” (De Zarate 5). As years went on, the upper class women adopted the dress.

A Panamax ship in transit through the Miraflores locks, Panama Canal.
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Soldiers from the 75th Ranger Regiment prepare to take La Comandancia in the El Chorrillo neighborhood of Panama City, December 1989.
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According to the CIA World Factbook, Panama has an unemployment rate of 7%.[29] A food surplus was registered in August 2008. On the Human Development Index Panama was ranked at number 60 (2008). In recent years Panama’s economy has experienced an economic boom, with growth in real gross domestic product (GDP) averaging over 10.4% from 2006-2008. The Panamanian economy has been among the fastest growing and best managed in Latin America. Latin Business Chronicle has predicted that Panama will be the fastest growing economy in Latin America in the five-year period 2010–14, matching Brazil's 10% rate

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An apartment building in Coronado.

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Traditional coffee-drying at the Alto Boquete plant of Cafe Ruiz.
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The LAV-25 is an eight-wheeled amphibious infantry fighting vehicle (IFV) used by the United States Marine Corps. It was built by General Dynamics Land Systems Canada and is based on the Swiss MOWAG Piranha I 8x8 family of armored fighting vehicles.

Three incidents in particular occurred very near the time of the invasion, and were mentioned by US President George H.W. Bush as a reason for invasion.[11] In a December 16 incident, four U.S. military personnel, were politely greeted at a roadblock outside PDF headquarters in the El Chorrillo neighborhood of Panama City, none of the US personnel was injured or killed.

The Pentagon renamed the operation "Just Cause" in order to aid sustaining the perceived legitimacy of the Invasion throughout the operation.[30]General Collin Powell said that he liked the name Operation Just Cause because "even our severest critics would have to utter 'Just 'Cause' while denouncing us.

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Colin Luther Powell was born on April 5, 1937[5] in Harlem, a neighborhood in the New York City borough of Manhattan, to Jamaican immigrant parents Maud Arial (née McKoy) and Luther Theophilus Powell. He also has Scottish ancestry

While at school, he worked at a local baby furniture store where he picked up Yiddish from the shopkeepers and some of the customers

Yiddish is a High German language of Ashkenazi Jewish origin, spoken throughout the world. It developed as a fusion of German dialects with Hebrew, Aramaic, Slavic languages and traces of Romance languages. It is written in the Hebrew alphabet.


The Slavic languages (also called Slavonic languages), a group of closely related languages of the Slavic peoples and a subgroup of Indo-European languages, have speakers in most of Eastern Europe, in much of the Balkans, in parts of Central Europe, and in the northern part of Asia.

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Turgutreis is a town in Turkey about a 60 minute drive from Bodrum International Airport. It is the second largest town on the Bodrum peninsula. The district, which comes under the City of Muğla and Bodrum Town, is in an area of 55,000 Hectare.




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The town is named after the Ottoman admiral Turgut Reis who was born there in 1485. Known in the West as Dragut, Turgut Reis was known for his expeditions on the coasts of Spain, France, Italy, and North Africa, and for his participation in the Ottoman siege of Malta. Where he died during that battle. A few kilometres outside the town center, in Sabanci Park, a waterfront memorial with his statue marks the place where he first set sail.

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