Friday, September 25, 2009

Chavez: The UN can no longer feel the smell of sulfur Bush

President Hugo Chavez said that the UN feel the smell of hope, not sulfur, as during former U.S. president George Bush.


"The smell of sulfur has disappeared. I feel hope," said Chavez before the UN General Assembly, in the first speech in the world organization since it called Bush "the devil".
Chavez praised U.S. President Barack Obama because of changes in Washington's policy toward Latin America and, especially, because it condemned the coup in Honduras, which was ousted in June, the President Manuel Zelaja.
It is, however, warned that Obama will cause anger in the region, if not abolish the decades-old U.S. embargo on Cuba and stay in order to reinforce American military involvement in the war against the Colombian government drug traffickers. The leader of Venezuela, which is 2006th in the UN General Assembly strongly criticized Bush called, in jest, Obama to join the "axis of evil", alluding to the country by the previous U.S. president called a threat to the world. Chavez said that his views are often misunderstood.
"I do not gańĎajte me shoes," he told delegates at the UN, alluding to the Iraqi journalists in Baghdad in December threw a shoe at Bush.

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