Thursday, September 28, 2006

HOT OFF THE SHOW! Chavez Cheered at College & Church After Calling the President the Devil

"No matter how strong the American empire becomes and no matter how much force it uses, it will be defeated...It must be said to the peoples of the world, and it must be said to imperialism itself that in this 21st century I will dig the grave of U.S. imperialism." -Hugo Chavez

The topic of our radio show on Tuesday (Chavez's Meltdown at the UN) and Wednesday (Chavez Building anti-American Coalition), here is where the Venezuelan President went after his infuriating speech at the UN where he called Pres. Bush the Devil and blasted America capitalism, et al.

-He was cheered by an overflowing crowd at the left-wing Mount Olivet Baptist Church in Harlem, where he was introduced to the podium by actor Danny Glover, who has likened President Bush to a slave-owner. The Dictator told the congregation that Bush, “might kill me”; read extensively from, Noam Chomsky’s "Hegemony or Survival: America's Quest for Global Dominance." Then Chavez prayed “that the American people will elect a president we can negotiate with.” The crowd evidently liked the talk which shouted in Spanish, “Chavez, Chavez, the people are with you!”

-Chavez also visited a university (where else?) specifically Cooper Union College in Manhattan. According to Jacob Laksin writing for, He likened the Bush administration to the Nazis, described American policies in Iraq as genocide, and demanded that President Bush be brought before an international tribunal to be tried for war crimes. And again, was greeted with enthusiastic applause by the audience of professors, students, and trade union representatives, some of whom arrived outfitted in red shirts, in tribute to Chavez’s signature fashion. Read the whole article HERE.

This is on American soil. Folks better start 'reading the labels' on these dictators (Communist Chavez, Islamo-facist Ahmadinejad, & drug-loving Morales) that, thanks to the UN, conducted their propaganda tour here last week.

Hear the show (See 9/27/06)

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