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Chavez slår op med Israel

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Du har sikkert allerede hørt om Venezuelas socialistiske præsidents bizarre udenrigspolitiske forbindelser. Nu slår den sociale retfærdigheds store rorgænger endnu et slag for friheden i verden ved at trække sin ambassadør fra Israel, angiveligt fordi landet begår “folkemord” i Libanon. Sikke en begavet og nuanceret analyse! Den skal nok hjælpe med at bedre situationen i Mellemøsten. Chavez viser endnu engang hvilken gennemført useriøs og idiotisk præsident han er, men heldigvis er den altid glimrende venezuelanske blogger Daniel klar til at fortælle os, hvordan Venezuela virkelig hænger sammen:

Dear Israeli friend who might happen to read this blog

The title of this post means exactly what it means: it is Chavez that is breaking up with Israel, not Venezuela. The people of Venezuela are much smarter than that. Or ignorant as the case might be. But Venezuelans of good faith, of good name, of good will, do not break relations either with Israel, or Lebanon, or Iran, or Palestine, or Egypt.

See, Venezuelan people of good will know that the Middle East is a very complicated situation, and we know that we have no business involving ourselves in there, except for trying to help in any way we can, without taking sides, in reaching peace one way or the other. Just as Israel has no business meddling in border problems between Venezuela and Colombia over FARC crossing over as they please.

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I can also assure you one thing: Chavez does not know much about the Middle East and its very complicated history. Nor does he care much about you. See, the only thing he wants is to screw the US in any which way he can, even if it means a close association with the Iran regime of fanatic and intolerant Ayatollahs who have no problem in subjecting women to all sorts of second class citizenship, hanging gay teenagers, persecuting Baahist faith, financing any pro Shia terrorist organization and what ever else uncivilized that one can come up with. In fact, it is difficult to imagine a country as opposed to Venezuelan values of freedom and carefree lifestyle as Iran is. That is why it is so objectionable of Chavez not to even notice that the only thing that Ahmedinejad has not yet said is “a good Jew is a dead Jew”. Never in our history we have had a president that openly supported a country whose aim is the elimination of another country.

Ja, det virker mærkeligt, at Chavez kalder israelske angreb for folkemord, mens Irans direkte opfordringer til Holocaust II gør Amadinejad til hans bedste sengekammarat og elskede broder. Dobbeltmoral? Næh, det er politik, når det er værst. Læs resten her.

Skrevet af Lars Hvidberg

4. August, 2006 @ 23:05

Kategorier: Politik og etik

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