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  • #16
    Los resultados del Referendum realizado en Puerto Rico en el 1998 fue el siguiente:

    Petición 1: Estado Libre Asociado "Territorial" 993(0.1%)

    Petición 2: Libre Asociación 4,536(0.3%)

    Petición 3: Estadidad 728,157(46.5%)

    Petición 4: Independencia 39,838(2.5%)

    Petición 5: Ninguna de las Anteriores 787,900(50.3%)

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    Como los números lo demuestran el Status actual del Estado Libre Asociado fue ampliamente rechazado con solo (0.1%) de los votos. La Independencia fue abandonada tan solo con (2.5%).

    Los números señalan claramente que la opción de la ESTADIDAD obtuvo el (46.5%), presentando un resultado claro del rumbo que esta tomando nuestra Isla.

    Los que votaron por "Ningunas de la Anteriores" , solo demuestra la confunción de algunos al momento de tomar una decisión importante como esta y decidieron posponerla con un voto de protesta. Pero nadie puede concluir que la Petición (5) es un voto encontra de la Estadidad. Esto representa un voto de rechazo a las demás opciones, porque el electorado las dejó abandonadas.

    Aquí hay un voto solido hacia la Estadidad que opaca a las demás alternativas, porque fueron y repito, rechazadas por el electorado que se refugio en la Petición (5).

    Los llamados defensores de la Independencia y los colonialistas (ELA) le huyeron a sus propias opciones de status como el "Diablo le huye a la Cruz." Esta es la verdad y los números son testigos...!

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    • #17
      los numeros no mienten,todos los votantes tuvieron la oportunidad de votar por la estadidad pero la rechasaron,en la papeleta
      la estadidad estaba claramente marcada y la mayoria la rechaso!

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      • #18
        Los números no mienten y los "supuestos independentistas" tenían la oportunidad de votar por la Independencia y le dieron la espalda. Creo que son melones de nacimiento. COLONIALISTAS DE CORAZON E INDEPENDENTISTAS DE LA BOCA PARA AFUERA.

        [This message has been edited by a.carleone (edited 30 January 2000).]

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        • #19
          antjim578 ariba en la pagina

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          • #20
            Aquí les presento un ejemplo de lo beneficioso que es tener a nuestras Fuerzas Militares Norteamericanas de nuestro lado. La gran ayuda que le estan brindando al pueblo venezolano. Que Dios proteja USA!

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            U.S. military aids in Venezuela flood relief

            by Sgt. 1st Class Pamela Smith


            FORT BRAGG, N.C. (Army News Service, Dec. 23, 1999) - Soldiers assigned to 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne), Fort Bragg, N.C., and soldiers from 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Fort Campbell, Ky., are among nearly 100 U.S. troops delivering supplies and providing rescue assistance to flood and mudslide survivors in Venezuela.

            Six soldiers and two airmen from Company C, 3rd Battalion, 7th SFG (Airborne), Puerto Rico, have been assisting in evacuation efforts. The company's mission is to provide search and recovery and humanitarian assistance in support of the relief effort named Operation Fundamental Support, according to Maj. Scott T. Waterman, company commander, Company C, 3rd Battalion, 7th Special Forces Group, Puerto Rico.

            "Day to day we train for combat," said Waterman, "but, being able to respond to a crisis and deploy into an area quickly to provide assistance is what makes our unit special."

            The team arrived in the area Dec. 17 and has aided in the rescue and evacuation of approximately 3,000 people. The team will remain in Venezuela until their mission is complete, said Waterman.

            According to Waterman, the team members have experience dealing with humanitarian efforts, noting that some assisted after Hurricane Mitch swept across Central America in November 1998, and others helped after the earthquake in Boliva in 1998.

            Chief Warrant Officer Jose Majano, detachment executive officer, and Staff Sgt. James R. Cress, communications sergeant, were key players in a "fast rope" extraction featured on NBC Dec. 21. The pair rescued a 62-year-old Venezuelan man from his flooded home.

            Majano said they were unable to land the helicopter and had to hover above the house. After dropping the rope and sliding onto the roof, Majano and Cress had to prepare the man for extraction.

            "He was scared and hungry and he didn't want to leave," said Majano. "I spoke with him, tried to comfort him, and told him that he was going to get to see his country from a different view."

            Majano said his main concern was for the man's safety and getting him in contact with worried relatives. After successfully rescuing the man and seeing him to safety, the team continued with their search and recovery mission.

            "I'm just glad to be here helping these people," Majano said of the mission.

            Majano also gives credit to the pilots from the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne). "The success of our mission is due in large part to their tremendous piloting skills," Majano said.

            Company D, 3rd Battalion, 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), Fort Campbell, has provided 18 soldiers and two Black Hawk helicopters to assist in evacuation and supply delivery efforts.

            The 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne) is a major subordinate unit of Army Special Operations Command at Fort Bragg.

            Drenching rains had caused the Marapa River to swell and cover vast sections of the neighborhood, while mud and rockslides from surrounding hills buried other sections. Thousands were left homeless in the town of Marapa, which is on the Caribbean coast, about 35 miles northwest of Caracas. The disaster wiped out whole neighborhoods and more than 68,000 people were evacuated to shelters.

            The United States and other nations continue to send aid to the stricken areas. The Defense Department said it has sent water purification equipment, diapers, water, medicine, blankets and plastic tarp for relief assistance efforts.


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            Puerto Rico, USA


            [This message has been edited by a.carleone (edited 30 January 2000).]

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            • #21
              Yes, the US Arm forces has done good things
              in the past but this is no reason to vote for statehood. Like I said before, If USA
              was a poor nation those fighting for statehood will be fighting for a free PR right now. Don't sell your country for a
              hand of gold. The reason that the Indenpence
              Party don't win allot of vote is because our
              people don't understand or maybe a new leader needs to come out to show our people the having a country of your own is nothing like it in this world.

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              • #22
                NO ONE CAN SAY THE UNITED STATES IS NOT A
                HUMANITARIAN NATION,THE ARMED FORCES OF U.S.A. HAVE DONE GOOD THROUGHOUT THE WORLD.
                NOW LET THEM FIND SOMEWHERE FOR THEIR TARGET
                PRACTICE. NI UN TIRO MAS,JUSTICIA PARA VIEQUES.

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                • #23
                  Ya vemos como la marina le come el cerebro a la gente "increible".Si no vives en Vieques no tienes idea de lo que esta pasando ahi para dar tus opiniones. piensalo...

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                  • #24
                    Apoyo total a la Marina para que saque al grupito de independentistas del area de tiro.
                    Que Dios ayude a nuestros hermanos de la Marina!

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                    • #25
                      YA VEN QUE CARADEIDIOTISMO DEMOSTRANDO
                      SU FANATISMO Y ESTUPIDEZ SOBRE EL TEMA
                      DE VIEQUES,PERO QUE PODEMOS ESPERAR
                      DE UN VENDEPATRIA,HAY SEIS BORICUAS
                      ENTRE LOS MARINES EN ESOS BUQUES Y ELLOS
                      NO QUERIAN PARTICIPAR EN ESTA OPERACION
                      YA VEN QUE NI LOS BORICUAS MIEMBROS DE
                      LAS FUERZAS ARMADAS DE EE.UU. ESTAN
                      DEACUERDO CON ESTA INJUSTICIA.

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