Monday, November 14, 2005

Chavez Hurt Fox's Feelings

and Mexico is demanding an apology, or they will recall their ambassador.

Mexico said it will sever diplomatic ties with Venezuela if that country's president doesn't apologize Monday for warning Mexican leader Vicente Fox: "Don't mess with me."

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"President Fox left bleeding from his wound," Chavez said Sunday during his weekly radio and TV show, echoing remarks last week in which he accused Fox of being a "puppy" of the U.S. government for supporting its plans for the free trade zone.

Chavez then warned Fox: "Don't mess with me, sir, because you'll get stung."


I think the Chavez has oversteped the bounds of diplomatic decency, everyone knows President Fox isn't Bush's puppy, that is Tony Blair's job. President Fox will have to find another way to serve George.


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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Viva Mexico!

At last someone that sees things clear and not through the color of Oil..... Chavez is a criminal, like Saddam once was......
The World should be aware of the danger that this individual and his team represent for the international security; needless to say what he is preparing for with the assistance and orders of the yet another criminal of the hemisphere: Fidel Castro...
Please people lets react before it gets late (if not already....)

Daniel Cardenas said...

Hello,

What makes Chavez a criminal? The politics of Venezuela, Mexico, or any other Latin American country is no business of mine. How is he a threat to international security? Is it because he has his own mind? Speaks his own mind? Is not "bought" and owned by the US like Fox is?

Fox made a comment to to Argentina's President Nestor Kirchner, regarding his countries politics. Kirchner told Fox to mind his own business. Is Kirchner a threat as well? He told Fox like it is, and so did Chavez.

Maybe Chavez should sell all his oil to China and see how the US likes that. The see which country is a threat to the world. I will bet that the US invades Venezuela if that ever happens.

John said...

Daniel Cardenas has is right. Just because Chavez doesn't agree with out national policies doesn't mean he is worng.

of course, it doesn't mean he is right.

In this case Mexico is over reacting.

enigma4ever said...

Thanks you just gave me a chuckle- I am tired and for a minute I thought you meant FOX TV owes an apology- which we all know that they do....anyways- I did see part of the Fox "interview", he came off as rather spoiled and manipulative- it was nothing to do with Diplomacy- it was about trade- and not getting his way. I also think Bush left early, and I imagine Fox might have recieved some flack form the other countries about his trips to the ranch......And I am sorry but the Anti- Bush rallies were very inspiring- can you imagine what would happen if we tried to have such a rally ? ( I am not talking about the burned out buildings...I am talking about the rally at the stadium...)

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