Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Hugo George Chavez Bush

Today is Tuesday, 25 July 2006.

I had intended to continue on the subject of the Middle East, but …

From BBC:

We see here a model social state like the one we are beginning to create," Mr Chavez [That would be Hugo Chavez, caudillo of Venezuela] said in Belarus' capital Minsk, before his talks with Mr Lukashenko. [That would be Alexander Lukashenko, faux-KBG dictator of Belarus.]

"Here, I've got a new friend and together we'll form a team, a go-ahead team," Mr Chavez said.

"We do not want to be deceived or exploited by anyone. We must defend the interests of the individual and not the hegemonic interests of the capitalists, wherever they may be, in Europe or Latin America," he said.”

Hugo, Hugo, Hugo.

First time Hugo tried to establish a dictatorship over the long-suffering people of Venezuela, he was a militarist gunman stylin' as a Peronist neo-fascist caudillo, and bombed at the box office. Then Hugo got religion, as it were, and became a populist friend of the people, as it were.

Hugo pretends to be a “revolutionary socialist”. Comrades, he’s Pinochet, not Allende. Expropriating the old elite to line the pockets of a new elite, while tossing scraps to the peasants, ain’t The Revolution.

Today, Hugo arrives in the Russian Federation, to suck up to ex-KGB dictator V. Putin, and squander $1 billion dollars of the poverty-stricken Venezuelan people’s money on what they desperately need most … helicopters and fighter jets.

See Hugo bash Bush. See Bush bash Hugo.

Two peas in a pod, only one of these Peronists is more powerful and dangerous than the other.

A plague on both you.


Anonymous Clayton said...

With all the crap going on in the world, why haven't Jimmy Carter, George Mitchell, and their like, been recruited as reinforcements for Condi Rice?

11:23 AM  
Anonymous rtr said...

Could it be that knowing shit from shinola caused them to fail to make it through the screening process?

2:01 PM  

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