Thursday, January 06, 2011

Chavez is the only one that does not need to wear gloves to handle Simon Bolivar's sword

In a day rich in idiocies this one takes the cake in idiocy ,and sycophancy. In the CNN video below (In Spanish but trust me, you really do not need to understand Spanish to get it), Chavez receives the new president of the National Assembly, Soto Rojas, and offers him to handle the sword of Simon Bolivar. Why? Who cares in the bolibananian revolution. However one thing is certain from the video:  ONLY Chavez is allowed to handle the sword of Bolivar without gloves, not even the president of the National Assembly can do so. Then again in a perverse way I must agree partially with Chavez. After the speech of Soto Rojas at the taking of the gavel ceremony, if I really, really must chose between Chavez and Soto to handle the sword I still prefer Chavez.

I mean, are chavistas that clueless? Because Chavez on that is not clueless, he works at his deity status and he succeeds because these assholes are only too willing to let him succeed. The pathetic example of the lead of one of the powers of state submitting hismelf to Chavez, all but drooling, is just the latest one.   What gives? What is it? Special neuronal connection? Plain idiocy? Too much booze?


  1. Anonymous5:55 PM

    Esto de CNN se llama meter el dedo en la llaga! sin comentarios......
    La Maga Lee

  2. Ohhhhhhh my goodness. Even Chavez' poop stinks! So, WHo does he think he is?

  3. Anonymous7:36 PM

    I hope he cuts himself with it.

  4. Thanks for posting it, I did not watch this part of the show yesterday. A very bad show indeed!

  5. Anonymous11:18 PM

    Hi Daniel,
    happy new year.
    I thought the FARC has the sword of Bolivar and what Chavez has is an replika??

    Best wishes

  6. Por razones tecnicas Chavez says?

    Maybe the guy has sweaty hands and Chavez think this might damage the metal.

    "Bolibananian" : jaja!

  7. Roger3:33 AM

    Touch Bolivar's sword.... I bet he sleeps with it! I know this is a PG site so I won't get into "Steel Fetish" LOL I just don't want him touching Francisco de Miranda, Jose Antonio Paez, General Sucre or other patriots swords.


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