03 February 2011

I Don’t Think You’ll Get a Visa Either, Papito

It’s comic to see an authoritarian budding Marxist decry “meddling”.

Chavez scoffed at what he said was the United States' chameleon-like foreign policy.
Because even when the accusations are fake, he assumes that he is accurate.
"See how the United States, after using such-and-such a president for years, as soon as he hits a crisis, they abandon him. That's how the devil pays," he said.

"They didn't even give a visa or anything to the president of Tunisia," he said, referring to President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali, who lost power this month after failing to quell the worst unrest of his two-decade rule.
This, from a man using his population as a crash-test dummy, retesting a century of Socialist failure.

I really believe that Chávez the fact that he will suffer from the same kind of blowback that Ben Ali and Mubarak are. I’ll bet he’s pooping his Vladimir Ilyich Lenin Pol Pot Underoos right now.

What’s even more hilarious, even proud former pederast Daniel Cohn-Bendit thinks Hugo is an ass.
Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban was compared on Wednesday with Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez. "You are becoming a European Chávez," said the leader of the Greens parliamentary group, Daniel Cohn-Bendit.
Mm. Not Quite. It’s Chávez who’s actually becoming a rather typical European politician of the 20th century. He’s only saying what most of the European left wish it could, despite their praise for ‘Ugo’s ideas and methods.


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