Cindy Sheehan: Chavez Great, Bush A Terrorist

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    This women is despicable! I'm so glad the Democrats created her. :clap1:

    Of course none of this is news, but it’s always amusing to see just how far Mother Sheehan will go to earn her paycheck.

    (In case you missed it, Chavez paid for her services down there.)

    From those America-haters at the French AFP:
    Cindy Sheehan: Chavez Great, Bush A Terrorist

    Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez (R) hugs US anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan during the broadcasting of the programme “Alo Presidente” in Caracas, in the framework of the World Social Forum held in this city. The six-day gathering wrapped up Sunday with US anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan calling President George W. Bush a “terrorist” during an event hosted by Venezuela’s leftist leader.

    Social forum wraps up in Caracas with Sheehan calling Bush a ‘terrorist’

    CARACAS (AFP) - The six-day World Social Forum wrapped up in Caracas with US anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan calling President George W. Bush a "terrorist" during an event hosted by Venezuela’s leftist leader.

    "By his own definition, he is a terrorist," said Sheehan, the mother of a US soldier killed in Iraq, who gained notoriety for setting up a protest camp outside the US president’s Texas ranch last year.

    "George W. Bush is responsible for killing tens of thousands of innocent people and his definition of a terrorist is someone who kills innocent women, men and children," she told other invited guests at the live broadcast of President Hugo Chavez’s weekly program.

    Sheehan called for the impeachment of Bush whom she accused of "war crimes."

    She was visibly moved as Chavez, clad in his trademark red shirt, put his arm around her, holding her close to him as he addressed jubilant supporters and delegates from the World Social Forum.

    The forum brought together some 70,000 activists, mainly from around the Americas, for six days of debate on globalization, poverty and war, marked by virulent attacks on Bush and the Iraq war, but also by some concern over the dominant role played by Chavez and Cuban officials.

    In downtown Caracas, where participants debated a plethora of issues, ranging from free trade and imperialism to the debt burden in Latin America, a banner covered four stories of a high-rise building with the words: "Bush lied, fire him."

    Chavez was given rock star treatment by participants, who on Friday joined him in singing the socialist "International" and hailing Cuba’s communist President Fidel Castro.

    And street vendors in the city center did brisk business selling Chavez memorabilia, such as talking dolls and wooden statuettes, pins, badges, T-shirts and posters.

    Chavez projected himself as a leader of the world social movement designed as an ideological counterpoint to the Davos World Economic Summit of political and business leaders. He also warned against turning the forum into "a folkloric and touristic event."

    Chavez opponents dismissed the whole thing as a gabfest dominated by archaic leftist ideals.

    There were also grumblings within the forum, where some participants complained over the dominant role played by Chavez, and to a lesser degree by Cuba, which deployed an 800-strong state delegation to the non-governmental event.

    "I’m very disappointed," said Cesario Ribero, a delegate from a Brazilian social movement. "Chavez took over the forum, it became very governmental and pushed aside the organizations," he said.

    Olivier de Marcelus, 62, from a Swiss anti-globalization group, called the Venezuelan and Cuban state presence "a little invasive."

    He said he understood Chavez represented a symbol of hope for many people in Latin America who seek political change, but warned against allowing governments and "old leftist projects" to take over the event.

    "We need to concentrate on finding other avenues than the form of socialism that has been tried in eastern Europe and Cuba," said de Marcelus, a civil servant from Geneva.

    He said, however, the get-together was a useful networking opportunity, particularly for small movements that seek to learn from the experience of others and gain support for their own cause.

    Indigent Americans who traveled to Caracas with the Poor People’s Economic Human Rights Campaign said they attended the forum to draw attention to their plight.

    "We’re here to let people know how we are struggling," said Zenaide Cosme, 37, a homeless mother of five from Philadelphia.

    "The United States is not the American dream people imagine," she said, as a nearby speaker drew loud cheers by proclaiming: "we need a Hugo Chavez in the United States."
    :blah2: I think this poor indigent American should just stay in Venezuela :usa:
    http://www.sweetness-light.com/archive/cindy-sheehan-chavez-great-bush-a-terrorist/
     
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    http://www.sweetness-light.com/archive/cindy-sheehan-embraces-widow-of-terrorist/

    In this photo released by Venezuela's Miraflores Press, Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez embraces visiting U.S. peace activist Cindy Sheehan, left, whose son was killed in Iraq, and Elma Beatriz Rosado, the widow of slain Puerto Rican nationalist Filiberto Ojeda Rios during his national broadcast 'Hello President' in Caracas, Venezuela, Sunday, Jan. 29, 2006. All three joined in condemning the government of U.S. President George W. Bush.

    Who is this hero, Filiberto Ojeda Ríos, you might ask?

    Well, he's a murdering terrorist, of course.

    Don't just take our word for it. Even the left-leaning Wikipedia sayeth so:

    Filiberto Ojeda Ríos

    Filiberto Ojeda Ríos (April 26, 1933 – September 23, 2005) was the "Responsible General" of the Boricua Popular Army, or Ejército Popular Boricua – Los Macheteros, a clandestine paramilitary, organization, considered by United States law enforcement agencies to be a terrorist organization, based on the island of Puerto Rico, with branches throughout the United States and other countries. Los Macheteros is an ultra-minority political group that campaigns, supports, and promotes the independence of Puerto Rico through violent means from what they characterize as an oppressive U.S. colonial rule they claim has lasted 107 years.

    Ojeda Ríos was wanted as a fugitive by the FBI for his role in the 1983 Wells Fargo depot robbery in West Hartford, Connecticut, as well as a bail bond default in September 1990.

    After years of hiding, Ojeda Ríos was killed on September 23, 2005 when members of the FBI surrounded his clandestine house in Hormigueros, Puerto Rico. The FBI operation has raised questions both inside and outside Puerto Rico. (See Death and FBI Operation Below)

    Ojeda Ríos death has caused pockets of mourning and some protests among the Puerto Rican Independence movement. [1] Members of the statehood movement and supporters of the Commonwealth also criticized the Federal and local management of this incident, and have raised questions about the circumstances that led to his death.

    Charges against him


    1. Act of Domestic Terrorism
    2. Aggravated Robbery (1985)
    3. Aggravated Robbery of Federally Insured Bank Funds (1985)
    4. Armed Robbery (1985)
    5. Bond Default (1990)
    6. Conspiracy to Interfere With Commerce By Robbery (1985)
    7. Foreign And Interstate Transportation Of Stolen Money (1985)
     
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    Sometimes on the white nationalist boards they'll say stuff like, should we support Cindy Sheehan? And I'm like, no.
     
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    So Sheehan likes him, yet another reason to hate Hugo Chavez.
     
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    Why does anyone give a damn what this imbecilic, deranged, retarded woman says or does anymore?

    She's already showed everyone she's an over the top whack job.

    Somebody should just slap some damn sense in her, and tell her to shut the fuck up and go away. Well.... I guess she did go away.... and some idiot is still quoting her. :gives:
     
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    She, like so many other "Anti-Bush" people, will simply align with and support ANYONE who disagress with the Prez.

    She doesn't have a single thought in her small brain that she can call her own.
     

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