In Memorian: And Gadaffi Did Not Use Bolivar’s Sword to Defend Himself?

October 20, 2011

32 Responses to “In Memorian: And Gadaffi Did Not Use Bolivar’s Sword to Defend Himself?”

  1. CharlesC Says:

    What a spectacle- a bunch of brain-washed chavistas in red-
    they had no idea what they were doing-forgive them for their
    utter stupidity.
    This is not the people of Venezuela- just a hand-picked group
    of absolute morons wallowing in Chavez’s infection.

  2. chiguire Says:

    I know this is way off topic, but the sporting world just witnessed another great Venezuelan shortstop (campo corto), Elvis Andrus, who deserves MVP recognition in game 2 of the world series for the Texas Rangers. He is but the latest of a long list of stellar Criollos at that position, i.e Chico Carrasquel, Luis Aparicio (Sala de Honor), David Concepcion, Ozzie Guillen, e Omar Vizquel.

  3. PM Says:

    Ummm, was he born in Tripoli?

  4. Roger Says:

    He will be missed. Great fight.

    Next will be U.S. Government!

  5. loroferoz Says:

    I am still hoping those swords will be used for a worthy purpose by at least one of their recipients: To perform 切腹 (seppuku / harakiri).

  6. captainccs Says:

    In memoriam? It should be “in forget um” as soon as possible. The African King of Kings is dead meat. Found cowering in a rat hole like Saddam Hussein. Well done Libyans!

  7. Cort Greene Says:

    As a Marxist I do find it strange that many on the so called Left supported Qaddafi to begin with after 42 years of autocratic rule and repression.He banned trade unions, left parties, supported wars in other countries and many times was a lackey for British, French, Italian and US imperialism.

    The bureaucracy in Venezuela made a mistake in calling him a anti-imperialist and has conducted their foreign policy like any other capitalist country with the idea that “the enemy of my enmey is my friend” and and not proletarian internationalism.

    I am sure at some point in time the grassroots and workers will take control and bring forward real socialist policies at home and abroad!

    • Roy Says:

      “As a Marxist…”

      Are those still around? I thought they were nearly extinct.

      • Kepler Says:

        Yeah. Amazing, isn’t it?
        Read this again: “at some point in time the grassroots and workers will take control and bring forward real socialist policies at home and abroad!”
        The guys are mostly atheists but they really sound like Jehova witnesses…it’s just another religion, no debate, no open discussion.

        • captainccs Says:

          >>>The guys are mostly atheists but they really sound like Jehova witnesses…it’s just another religion, no debate, no open discussion.<<<

          No, their god is Karl Marx. Their religion is Communism. Their trinity is the Collective. Their apostles are Lenin, Stalin, Trotsky, et al. Their inquisition is the Cheka. Like many religions, they are happy to sacrifice millions of humans to their god.

          No resemblance whatsoever to atheists.

    • moctavio Says:

      Who said Chavez was leftist? Chavez is Chavista, period.

  8. John Barnard Says:

    What is the necklace with all the medallions in it?

  9. John Barnard Says:

    Google may have answered my question for me. Is the necklace also part of the Order of the Liberator?

  10. metodex Says:

    Loroferoz,

    Seppuku is an HONORABLE death.
    How dare you insult all the men and women who performed seppuku by wishing Gadaffi to be at their side?

    • NorskeDiv Says:

      Agreed Japanese warriors who performed seppuku would be disgusted and annoyed by Ghaddafi in the afterlife even more than he disgusted and annoyed us in this life.

  11. julie carbonell Says:

    Chavez´s planned a triumphal return from Cuba but was upstaged by his dear´
    friend´s demise. That must have hurt!

  12. Gerrardo Gordon Says:

    Don’t forget the Gadhafi Human Rights Award that was given the Chavez. Chavez was actually proud of receiving this award. Since then Chavez has worked diligently on upholding Gadhafi’s standards of human rights in Venezuela.

  13. Maria Gonzalez Says:

    Miguel I can’t see the video

  14. Marianne Says:

    Poor Gadafi, I will cry so much for your end… :), who is the next dictator on the list???


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