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Jorge Rafael Videla, former dictator of Argentina, is dead, much to the benefit of the world.
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Loomis is mean!
Once again hard leftist radical Erik Loonie vents his hatred towards Western civilization and everything else good about life!
Death is too good for him.
Seriously. Why should we rejoice in anyone’s death who isn’t actively creating evil? For those who were just really evil in the past, we should long for justice, but be indifferent to death.
(And no, that isn’t a plea to talk about Guatemala again, or I wouldn’t have used my real name.)
Señor Erik Loomis odia nuestras libertades!
Porque tan flegmático, señor Cara de Mierda? Aún en un día normal, tu lo pronuncias “li-ber-ta-des” como si tus oyentes fueran niños de preescolar; y esos no han de ser días normales para ti.
Aligerar encima, Francisco.
Es que ese pobrecito no sabe que tan difíciles tuvimos las cosas en la lucha contra el comunismo. Tu siempre serás una exageración de ti mismo, pronuncies o no pronuncies las palabras sílaba por sílaba en ese modo tan particular de que se burlan los pobres. E yo siempre te respetaría aunque nunca más dijeras “usted papa, usted mama”.
Speak English dammit
Maybe it’s not about you.
I was on a plane from Buenos Aries to La Rioja when a bunch of old men in make-up climbed on-board. When the plane landed there were several camera crews. The man who picked me up explained that Carlos Menem was the reason for the make-up and media. He was from La Rioja and he was trying to make it back to being president. He said he would never make it as he pardoned an evil dictator who murdered thousands. As we were driving into town a bunch of folks had strewn debris across the highway and were waving pitchforks and the like. I started to freak out, but my driver sped up. Just before we reached the protesters he steered into the flat desert then whipped back onto the highway. Crisis solved. I miss going down there.
So is there a greatest hits for Latin American Dictators — maybe weighted on how much US support each got? And I feel bad that I don’t fully know this one, guess my BA in Int’l Affairs didn’t give me everything;)
I’d start with Google.
This link provides a cursory view but extends only to 1996.
I seem to remember a set of dictator cards
Good riddance to bad rubbish. Only sad that he hadn’t made it onto my deathwatch list.
They need to bury him in the ocean. Other than that, the prison graveyard.
They need to bury him in the ocean.
Dropped from a plane over the sea?
Plenty of helicopters. Sharks could be dodgy.
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