Chavez accuses the King of Spain of plotting against him

After the King told the scumbag the vanezuelans call President to "shut up" at a summit in Chile, our Golden Chavismo boy was so hurt he organized a press conference (surprise suprise) and accused the King of Spain to be one of the supporters of the 2002 coup against him.

Chavez claimed that Spain's ambassador had backed interim president Pedro Carmona and appeared at Venezuela's presidential palace during the two-day coup in 2002. He demanded to know how deeply King Juan Carlos had been involved.

But reading deeper into the piece, you find the real reason for having this conference

"I hope this will not damage relations," Chavez said as he left his
Santiago hotel room Sunday morning. "But I think it's imprudent for a
king to shout at a president to shut up."

"Mr. King, we are not going to shut up," he said.

Ooooh, nice comeback.  The King said shut up and Chavez took a day to say "No"! So, ladies and gentlemen, we are now witnessing the first President-King Kindergarden fight in History:

"Shut up!"

"No! Not gonna. Can't make me. can't hear ya. Lalalalalalalala!"

Don't you just feel safe for the future of your children?  

0 comment on Chavez accuses the King of Spain of plotting against him

  1. Nomad
    November 12, 2007 at 10:24 am

    there ‘s the video

    well, seems the rey says why don’t STFU, in a familiar form, alike we would use the “tu” instead of the “vous” (polite form) ; that way happens when a policeman talks to a gangster or an illegal immigrant… but implies no respect ;

    Apart hat Chavez is mouthy and ill-mannered, seems also that Spain still have a complex of superiority

  2. K-2
    November 12, 2007 at 1:12 pm

    Sam never again compare scumbags with Chávez, are you insulting them!

  3. K-2
    November 12, 2007 at 1:13 pm

    Excellent post!, straight to the target 😀

  4. Valerie
    November 12, 2007 at 1:17 pm

    Chavez thinks he has the right to heckle other speakers after he has made a rude, nasty, and uninterrupted speech himself. After he was politely asked to quit. After his microphone was turned off.

    It is a sign of a complex of superiority to require him to let others have their say, like a civilized person?

  5. ratedrsuperstar
    November 12, 2007 at 6:18 pm

    if chavez wants to see a fascist all he has to do is look in the mirror.

  6. BigGarySR
    November 12, 2007 at 7:33 pm

    Chavez is a very dangerous man for us in America, and Countries who truly govern by democracy. He is what we call a dangerous Bafoom, a man who cannot control his mouth is a fool. A mon with power who cannot control his mouth is a dangerous fool capable of great harm.

  7. shlemazl
    November 12, 2007 at 8:46 pm


    What about a man who cannot spell?

  8. Solomon2
    November 13, 2007 at 4:43 am

    If I was the King of Spain and heard that Chavez accused me like that, my response would be, “Gee, what a good idea! Let’s get started…”

  9. bull
    November 13, 2007 at 3:47 pm

    thin he can not spel. Nothing more, nothing less. You don’t see his spelling mssteaks when hee talks do you!
    It is more important to understand what he communicates than little formatting or typing errors that are made on the typed page. Really, it is true.

  10. Alex
    November 14, 2007 at 12:43 am

    The Spaniard’s king should mind his own tough shitty business and stay in
    Spain. He is not Latin Americas’s king. Juan Carlos, Should not
    comment on any of Latin American affairs. He’s not elected by a popular
    vote. When Spain re-pays all the damaged they have
    created in Latin America, then their voices shall be heard. Until
    then, he should keep your mouth shut. Throughout history Spain has
    been a cradle full of thieve. First we were forced to flee the Iberia
    peninsula due to religious persecution and now they come again trying
    to overthrow a legitimate elected government?. King Kong stay away
    from Latin America.

  11. Atilla89
    November 14, 2007 at 4:10 am

    Um, what the hell are you talking about Alex? You have completely missed the point. Chaves was interrupting another’s speech when it wasn’t his turn, so the king told him to shut up. As I understand it was actually Chaves who was calling the former Spanish PM a fascist, tell me, is that commenting on other countries politics?

  12. Lingote
    November 14, 2007 at 5:52 pm

    I think Alex definitely missed the point. Chavez, aside from being “elected (mind you he’s trying to change his country’s constitution so that HE can perpetuate in power)”, is a complete moron. He interrupts people constantly, organizes other anti-democracy leftist movements (like the “protests” after Mexico’s recent presidential elections), and can dish it out BUT can’t take it. He can come to the US and tell-off the president but cries like a girl when someone puts him in his place.

    I salute the King of Spain for doing what most presidents should’ve done, tell him to SHUT UP! If Chavez had no oil he’d be a N. O. T. H. I. N. G.!

  13. Jesuah
    November 17, 2007 at 4:26 pm

    Alex don’t mind those empty head and sheep brain people. These people do not know the history of their own country so less more of the venezuelans. They do not know why Chavez did respond that way nor now what Chaves does for his people. As for the King of Spain, he has no right to do what he did. The spanish primeminister can defend himself. Chavez, I am sorry that you have missed the golden chance to put the king on his place!!!!!!! It is a huge shame done to the spanish people by his so called king.

  14. OIL=Power?
    November 19, 2007 at 6:21 pm

    Interesting that Chavez is giving away millions in aid to other contries to gardner their support, while his own country mires in a lack of basic necessities and inhumane poverty. Let’s call him what he is an uneducated thug and a Fidel wannabe.

  15. Lingote
    November 22, 2007 at 8:35 am

    You are right….Chavez has oil; therefore, he is SOMEONE! That’s actually all he needs! Isn’t that why we’re having a war now? It seems like your mouth is just as big as Chavez’s. “Por que no te callas” means, why don’t you be quiet not, shut up. The media wants to make it a big deal and so does the rest to have more to talk about.

  16. Kitty
    November 22, 2007 at 8:43 am

    Can you actually back your comments to speak for the people (the masses) of Venezuela when you say, “…his own country mires in a lack of basic necessities and inhumane poverty?” Get the facts first and then feel free to provide comments.

  17. OIL=Power?
    November 25, 2007 at 11:51 pm

    According to the BBC and may other reputable world organizations, yes I can. I also have first hand accounts of doctors sent to Venezuela by Fidel as a “gift” for his oil money that most of the profit is going into generating world propaganda and generating as anti American sentiment as he could possibly buy in South America. NONE of it is going into envigorating the poor or rebuilding a crumbling transportation infrastructure and an even worse public education system for the poor.

  18. speedjunkie
    August 23, 2008 at 1:42 am

    cant you guys see, that Chavez is Mankinds Last hope , in defeating a World Order. What year are we in to have kings , how dumb is that, why have senates and congress represent people when we have the power of the internet. The world is Back wards thinking . Chavez is Progressive and a Realist. im venezuelan and i can go to the presidential palace and request to speak to my president with concerns and he will speak to me. what other county does that, with out A senator or representative,. World needs to wake the F UP.

  19. speedjunkie
    August 23, 2008 at 1:48 am

    the king of spain controls and manipulates almost half of the world. Pay attention next time there is a world event . he will be there front and center. world Financial institutions, he even sat in front of George Bush at the popes funeral Denoting higher importance. this Sht is real people. and It has to be Destryed once and for all so the People , Human kind can finaly be self represented and Free. be objective and dont believe Westen Media (specialy) Just find out for yourself and you will be amazed.


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