Tuesday, September 12, 2006

En El Mundo de los Come Mierdas, Hugo Chavez es Rey

Nothing like an article out of Caracas to give me the runs on a Tuesday afternoon. Yes Infidels, right out of the Nazi playbook, you keep spreading the same false bullshit, and people will believe it. You take it up another notch by spreading the same ludicrous, idiotic, abysmally ignorant tripe (obviously leftover parts from fifo's surgery) horse shit such as the United States bombed itself on 9-11, and the brain dead will believe it. And who is the latest King of the Brain Dead Come Mierdas of the World? I think it has to be Hugo.

Just saw this on the wires....make sure you have a clear run to the crapper infidels....

President Hugo Chavez said Tuesday that it's at least plausible that the U.S. government was involved in the Sept. 11 attacks.

Chavez did not specifically accuse the U.S. government of having a hand in the Sept. 11 attacks, but rather suggested that theories of U.S. involvement bear examination.

The Venezuelan leader, an outspoken critic of U.S. President George W. Bush, was reacting to a television report investigating a theory that the Twin Towers were brought down with explosives after hijacked airplanes crashed into them in 2001.

"The hypothesis is not absurd . . . that those towers could have been dynamited," Chavez said in a speech to supporters. "A building never collapses like that, unless it's with an implosion."

"The hypothesis that is gaining strength . . . is that it was the same U.S. imperial power that planned and carried out this terrible terrorist attack or act against its own people and against citizens of all over the world," Chavez said.

"Why? To justify the aggressions that immediately were unleashed on Afghanistan, on Iraq." Chavez has said the U.S. launched those wars to ensure its political and economic power.
You can read the entire article here. Just make sure you have some tucks pads around as this will cause fire to come out of your tuchas.

That's all for now, infidels. I'm off to the crapper...

move out of the way!


Anonymous said...

It seems to me like 19 amateurs with box cutters taking over four commercial airliners and hitting 75 percent of their targets, that feels like a conspiracy theory.

While 9/11 conspiracy theories do often begin with similar indications that individuals within the government knew of the attacks before they happened, such theories then go further to suggest intentional activities that either facilitated or directly caused the attacks. There are two main categories of 9/11 conspiracy theories:

1. Key individuals within the government and defense establishment "let it happen on purpose" That is, they knew the attacks were coming (though there is a range of opinion about how specific their knowledge was) and undertook to weaken America's defenses sufficiently to ensure a successful major terrorist attack on home soil.
2. Key individuals within the government and defense establishment "made it happen on purpose." That is, they planned the attacks (and here there is a range of opinion about what the plan was) and ultimately carried it into action.

The business relationship between the Bush family and the House of Saud led to a conflict of interest, if not an outright conspiracy which hindered both the prevention of the attack and the investigation of it.

I'm not saying one thing or the other, just that i think we should all keep an open mind rather than believe whatever the administration (which has proved to be not the most honest) tells us.

Srcohiba said...

Your ID is known. Welcome to the blog Ms. McKinney. If you buy that crap, that is unfortunate.

I have some swamp land in Iran for you.

I'm sure you also subscribe to the belief that aliens landed in area 451 and that JFK was killed by LBJ and the CIA; and all the other fringe theories. I bet you own a che shirt too.

Good thing you lost the election Ms. McKinney.

Luis M Garcia said...

Ah, yes, Mr Chavez strikes again. The man is a certifiable lunatic.

Orlando said...

By the looks of your commenter, I guess Hugo is not the only comemierda.

el polaco said...

I love the implication that If it were not for THAT EEEEVILLLL BUUSHH the whole world would love the US and terrorism wouldn't exist and everybody would be singing KUM BA YA and everything would be peaches and cream and all that BS