Monday, March 17, 2008

Venezuela On US Terrorist List; Chavez Replies

No prizes for guessing Chavez's response to Bush's mumbling and grumbling.

Chavez dares US to put Venezuela on list of terrorism supporters

CARACAS, Venezuela: President Hugo Chavez dared the U.S. on Friday to put Venezuela on a list of countries accused of supporting terrorism, calling it one more attempt by Washington to undermine him for political reasons.

Chavez said the "threat to include us on the terrorist list" is Washington's response to his government's successes in the region.

U.S. lawmakers including Reps. Connie Mack and Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, both Florida Republicans, have called for the State Department to add Venezuela to its list of terror sponsors, which includes North Korea, Iran, Syria, Sudan and Cuba. They have expressed concerns about what they call Chavez's close ties to Colombia's leftist rebels.

"Let them make that list and shove it in their pocket," Chavez said in a televised speech.

"We shouldn't forget for an instant that we're in a battle against North American imperialism," Chavez said. "On this continent, they have us as enemy No. 1."..........

But this little snippet below has to take the biscuit, in fact it must qualify for wanker of the week.

The drivel that comes out of that man's stupid trap is beyond compare, Bush having the nerve to accuse Chavez of squandering his nation's wealth and then the cracker all in the same sentence.

"to promote its hostile, anti-American vision."

Christ in a sidecar Dubya, it doesn't take a third party to do that, you have achieved that gaol all on your ownsome, OK with a little help from your cadre of criminals I admit, you have made America, and by association Americans, the pariah of the world.

The world hates America and sees America as the greatest threat to world peace and stability and any good will that the world once felt for the US, you Mister George Walker Bush have spunked it all away with the eagerness of a virgin in a whorehouse.

Chavez said Rice's visit to Brazil and Chile this week is aimed at mounting "pressures" against "our government and against me."

Chavez also responded to barbs from Bush, who on Wednesday accused Venezuela of squandering its oil wealth internationally "to promote its hostile, anti-American vision."more

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