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Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Tragam cadeiras e sentem-se

Chavez tells UN Bush is 'devil'
"The devil came here yesterday," he said, referring to Mr Bush's speech on Tuesday. "It still smells of sulphur today," he added.
Tendo em conta o impacto progressivo que o catolicismo parece estar a ter nas visões políticas e declarações de Hugo Chávez, aguarda-se a qualquer momento que tanta referência constante ao universo religioso provoque a indignação da esquerda anti-fundamentalismo cristão que tanto tem demonstrado ultimamente o seu incómodo perante Bush, o homem que até diz falar com Deus.

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Outro exemplo recente:

"Do they want war because they have the devil inside them?" demanded Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez, speaking of the Jewish state. (...) But the Venezuelan wasn't finished. Israel's acts, he said, reminded him of a time when Simon Bolivar had invoked the story of Cain and Abel to talk about an enemy. "Bolivar said that day: 'God, if you have justice, throw a lightning bolt at the monsters,' " Chávez pronounced. "I would say today: 'God, throw the lightning bolts at the monsters.', 7 de Agosto, Washington Post
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