Skip to comments.Mugabe slams Bush and Blair
Posted on 10/18/2005 12:31:49 AM PDT by Fair Go
Mugabe slams Bush and Blair From correspondents in Rome 17oct05
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe launched a withering denunciation of US President George Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair at the UN food agency anniversary meeting being held in Rome.
Mr Mugabe described the two leaders as "the two unholy men of our millennium". "Must we allow these men? The two unholy men of our millennium, who in the same way as Hitler and Mussolini formed that unholy alliance, formed an alliance to attack an innocent country," Mugabe said in an address to the UN body's 60th anniversary meeting. "We did not agree with Saddam Hussein, but we accorded to the people of Iraq their right to decide who should rule them," said the 81-year-old Zimbabwean leader, who was applauded at the end of his speech.
Everytime you see this guy he has his fist in the air.
At least those so critical of the role of the US and Britain in Iraq can know that they are in appropriate company.
This murderous, racist, thieving, nation starving asshole -- is a member in good standing at the U.N...
In a sane society -- he'd be hunted down and shot like a rabid animal...
Men such as this, left alive and in powerful positions can cause the deaths of MILLIONS or 10's of MILLIONS...
throw him in with the chimps and throw away the key
"Are not the present insurgents in Iraq the very ones who prospered under Saddam Hussein?"
The TERRORISTS in Iraq are mostly foreign, not Iraqi, with the exception of a few SH loyalists.
From Sept. 15th:
BAGHDAD, Aug 21 (KUNA) -- Up to 281 people have been arrested around Iraq for being implicated in terror-related attacks, said spokesman for the Iraqi government Laith Kibba on Sunday.
Speaking at a press conference, he said that among those arrested were 80 Egyptians, 64 Syrians, 41 Sudanese, 22 Saudis, 17 Jordanians, 10 Palestinians, seven Libyans, six Tunisians, as well as 12 Iranians, four Turks and one British national
The whole idea of Mugabe knowing the difference between a tyrant and a duly elected leader is comically absurd (to anyone who isn't being starved to death under his "leadership").
said the 81-year-old Zimbabwean leader, who was applauded at the end of his speech.
This, of course, is much more serious. And it begs the question, "Just why the heck do we tolerate the U.N.?"
Shut 'em down. Sent 'em home.
I wonder what this a-hole's EARNED income is a year. Frankly, I'm fed up with these folks. IF, I were W, I'd pull / eliminate ALL aid to Africa. And, I would give notice to the UN that effectively immediatly, that the United States of America is no longer nejoined in the United Nations. Part two of the statement would be that all members of the UN remove their belongings and their personnel within six months. The building is going to be imploded on the six month termination date.
The Aussies walked out. Good on em:
I dont know what on Earth Mugabe was doing speaking at this. I dont really care if he was there, seeing as he is the democratically elected leader of Zimbabwe (via joke elections of course). But being invited to speak? Ridiculous.
This Mugabe looks like Hitler very much.
Having the right hand swinging in the air is common to the following:
Mugabe, Mao Tse Tong, Hitler, Stalin, Kim Jiong Il....
For most, I'd just send in officers to immediately escort them to Laguardia in handcuffs, put them on a plane, and send them on their merry way.
I'm with you on that. But, I was just trying to be "politically correct...." Without having the moderators suspend/ban me because I have strong stances on issues. Ergo, I tend to lighten my stances and opinions. Sort of like a cotton-candy approach, if you will..
Mugabe? Any discussion of evil from this guy is a-kin to a midget calling another midget short.
Do we care what Ooogabooga Moogabe has to say?
Maybe he is looking over his shoulder....
What's with failed socialist dictators and big glasses ?
OUCH!!! That's . . . . not gonna leave a mark.
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