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Gaddafi Leaves For…

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Rumours are circulating across the Internet that Colonel Gadaffi and his motley posse of thugs and murderers have taken refuge in Venezuela.

President Hugo Chavez, a long time friend and supporter of Colonel Gadaffi, is pictured below welcoming him to Venezuela.

President Chavez said to reporters:

“It is all imperialist nonsense about my friend, Muammar Gaddafi, being a dictator. He’s no more dictatorial than I am.

Muammar is a poor, honest man with hardly a cent to his name.

The way the Yankee imperialists and their running dog lackeys in Europe froze my friends billions in their banks is appalling. What a precedent!

Next they’ll be saying you can’t rule a country for life and pass it on to your sons. What imperialist basura.

Muammar will be comfortable in my presidential palace, granted it is a bit small, compared to what he’s used to. He said it reminded him of his chalet by the beach, but I will make him comfortable. And our friend from Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, has promised to pop by. He’s busy meeting some neo-Nazis and locking up trade unionists in Tehran at the moment, but says when he’s free he’ll come too. “

Written by modernityblog

01/04/2011 at 01:08

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  1. You should stop listening to William Hague.

    Raphael

    01/04/2011 at 11:18

  2. Damn, you found my source!

    modernity

    01/04/2011 at 11:31

  3. […] readers will have notice my attempt at humour and hopefully they were not taken in, but the Bahrain governments actions are not a joke, […]

  4. I wonder if it is possible to parody Chavez. THe man is an utter joke – but not a very funny one

    jams o donnell

    01/04/2011 at 21:33


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