Gaddafi Hugo Chavez




Chavez better hope that when he’s finally served justice, it’s not delivered in the very same fashion Gaddafi got it, in the head and up the rear. KGS


Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez on Thursday expressed anger over the death of Muammar Qaddafi, calling it an “outrage” and saying the ousted Libyan strongman was a “martyr.”

“Sadly the death of Qaddafi has been confirmed,” said Chavez, who had just returned to Venezuela from cancer treatment in Cuba.

“They assassinated him. It is another outrage,” the Venezuelan leader told reporters in the town of La Grita.

“We shall remember Qaddafi our whole lives as a great fighter, a revolutionary and a martyr,” he said.

Chavez had defended Qaddafi since the start of the uprising against the Libyan leader’s regime in February, and accused NATO of using the conflict to gain control over Libya’s oil.

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2 Responses

  1. Chavez can talk because he only has a few years left, at most. I wonder if it crossed his mind that the same might happen to him, if he were not terminally ill?

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