Bush Administration and the South American Triangle Area: Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay

West Palm Beach, FL – March 8, 2006 – Today, 2008 White House Contender sent a message the US administration regarding South America’s Triangle area of Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay.

“In the past I have called on our administration and George W. Bush to pay keen attention to our South American neighbors. Recent events in Argentina have brought me to this press release. In my past years I have made recommendations relating to strengthening relations with South America specifically after the attacks on 9/11,” stated Imperato.

With terrorism moving to a global stage, terrorist organizations, such as Hamas and Hezbollah, have started to expand their influence globally.

“This situation now has grown almost out of hand. There are reports pertaining to terrorist organizations such as Hezbollah and Hamas searching for additional funds in South America in areas such as Argentina. This brings tremendous heartache for me as an individual who has spent a lot of time in the region. Most importantly it could bring devastating results from the support of these organizations from our neighboring countries and long term repercussions with these types of organizations getting closer to our back door,” explained Imperato.

Imperato called on the nations of the region and their intelligence agencies to work together to address the terrorist situation.

“I call on our administration and President George W. Bush to move rapidly with relations to South America and to work closely with their government and intelligence agencies pertaining to security and security identification and infrastructure systems pertaining to banking money transfer and social security identification programs,” expressed Imperato.

The infiltration of South America by terrorist groups has alarmed Imperato, who has constantly made recommendations to curb these potential problems.

“This disturbing information pertaining to hundreds of millions of dollars being extracted from the South American region and being put in the hands of terrorist organizations, has been going on for many years. Once again I stand up to reiterate the fact that I personally made recommendations to our administration in the past regarding these potential problems that are now existing that could have been curbed,” said Imperato.

“I hope and pray that our administration doesn’t take this lightly and that there is a grave endangerment that may be confronting us in South America. Moreover the activity between the South American Triangle region and furthering the relations with the new regimes in Central America are heightening my personal concern about our neighbor,”

Imperato called for an Americas Summit in order to address some of these problems.

“Our administration must take immediate action and I believe that a summit should be called in the Americas. I believe that our relations with our South American neighbors ought to be discussed diplomatically and repaired immediately before this situation gets out of control,” contended Imperato.

As his goal for 2008, Imperato promised change for US relations in the region.

“When I become president in 2008, I can assure you that I will address these issues fast and collectively. I believe in long term capital gains that could be had within our continents and believe that our country and our administrations has been lax in that area,” expressed Imperato.

Imperato also wanted to address how important Hispanics are to this country.

“I stand up to say once again that the Spanish language is the number 2 language in the USA, and the Spanish people have supported our economy and the strength of our country. We need to give back to the Spanish American and support the democratic desires of the Central and South American-US citizens by collectively working with their own cultures in order to influence their neighboring countries utilizing their diplomacy and their relationships in country in order to stabilize South and Central America,” explained Imperato.

Imperato concluded his statement with the following remarks, “We also must not forget our Caribbean islands and must recognize immediately that relationships with this part of the world are urgent and we must call on our Central and South American- US citizens, and our partners in the region to beef up security, utilize diplomacy, and engage in peaceful relationships with our neighbors.”

About Daniel Imperato (www.daniel2008.com)
Daniel was born in Boston, Mass (1958), and began his business career in 1977 transforming the manufacturing facilities in Israel through adapting them to the global marketplace along with bringing financing to the factories for global expansion. He also operated a trading company in Singapore and owned a manufacturing company in Belgium. Daniel brings over thirty years of experience in global business planning and development and has personal relationships at high levels around the world. Daniel has consulted for Fortune 500 corporations, with a mix of product lines, consisting of telecommunications products and services, telecommunications equipment including v-sat terminals and handheld mobile satellite telephones, along with passport and identification cards services and secure documents for foreign governments around the world. He is currently a Papal Knight with honors from the Vatican, and a board member for the African Center Foundation, a United Nations NGO, and the founder of Imperiali Organization (www.imperiali.org). Presently, he has organized a Presidential Committee in order to organize support for a run at the White House in 2008.

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This release was published on openPR.

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