Sunday, November 23, 2008

IRIB: "Peruvian people call Bush fascist"

IRIB stands for "Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting." Mullahs love Moonbats. The article translates the slogan about "Hambre"--"hunger"--and "Desempleo"--"unemployment." "Fuera Bush" means "Get out, Bush"? And who is that on the poster on the left? Che Guevara is on the right, of course.
Hundreds of people rallied Saturday in Peru outside of the US ambassador's residence to denounce visiting President George W. Bush, blaming him for poverty and human rights abuses.

"Fascist Bush, you are the terrorist!" hundreds of people chanted as they marched through the streets of the capital of Peru.

It was the second straight day of peaceful demonstrations against Bush on the final foreign trip of his presidency. Bush is
attending a summit of the 21-member Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) body focused on the ailing global economy.

The protesters marched to the ambassador's residence denouncing Bush and the summit. One sign read, "APEC means hunger and unemployment."

"The neo-liberalism practiced by this bloc has plunged Latin American people into misery while the rich are getting richer," AFP quoted a student organizer as saying.

Some of the students dressed in orange jumpsuits and white masks to denounce the Guantanamo Bay detention camp in Cuba for "war on terror" suspects.

"This is to show the inhumane situation in which Arabs accused of terrorism are being imprisoned," the organizer said.
If only Che were here. He'd know what to do.

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