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Discussion in 'Politics' started by Bro. Curtis, Nov 11, 2007.

  1. Bro. Curtis

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    The King of Spain leans over & asks Hugo Chavez...."why don't you shut up ?"

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lUZxlXkbaxM

    In Spanish, of course.

    What do you suppose would have happened if Bush had said this ?


    But it is about time someone told ole' Hugo to zip it.
     
  2. KenH

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    Hugo Chavez es dictador del pote de la lata.
     
  3. Bro. Curtis

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    Dictator of pots & cans ?
     
  4. Petra-O IX

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    Isn't it Dictater of Porta Potties?
    And what was that conversation about on theYoutube site?
     
  5. KenH

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    Hugo Chavez is a tin pot dictator.
     
  6. Scarlett O.

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    Correct me if I am wrong, but from what I have read about this today, Hugo Chavez was calling the Spanish Prime Minister a "fascist" and saying something about how he wasn't even human.

    The moderator tried to get him to tone his speech down and stop insulting people, but he just kept right on.

    That's when the king of Spain decided to tell him to "shut up!" :tonofbricks:

    I think that the king of Spain was being too polite! :cool:
     
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    Thanks for the translation Scarlett. It was way past time that someone told him to shut up, it should be done more often.
    Oh and ken, thanks for your translation as well, it is more accurate than mine but I like mine better.
     
  8. Bro. Curtis

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    I like it too, dictator of porta-potties....lol


    Thanx for clueing us in, Scarlett. Me halba Espaniol mui poquito.
     
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    #9 Scarlett O., Nov 11, 2007
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    Thanks to everyone above! Hugo is well named--El Loco.
     
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    I think that the King of Spain becomes a hero when you realize that he told a gross violator of human rights to shut up. He told Hugo off. Hugo is guilty of crimes against humanity--he is a monster.

    Here is what the State Department said about Hugo:

    As noted in our 2003 Country Report on Human Rights Practices in Venezuela, the Government’s human rights record has been and remains poor. Security forces in Venezuela have been linked to the mistreatment of prisoners, forced disappearances, and vigilante death squads responsible for hundreds of extrajudicial killings in at least 11 states. Also of great concern is an increased militarization of public administration, including the use of loyalist military officers in key political posts and as political candidates, and the growing and inappropriate involvement of public security forces in partisan political processes.

    http://www.state.gov/g/drl/rls/rm/31740.htm
     

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