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Harry Belafonte calls Bush “the greatest terrorist in the world”. What a moron.

The American singer and activist Harry Belafonte called President Bush “the greatest terrorist in the world” on Sunday and said millions of Americans support the socialist revolution of Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez.

Belafonte led a delegation of Americans including the actor Danny Glover and the Princeton University scholar Cornel West that met the Venezuelan president for more than six hours late Saturday. Some in the group attended Chavez’s television and radio broadcast Sunday.

“No matter what the greatest tyrant in the world, the greatest terrorist in the world, George W. Bush says, we’re here to tell you: Not hundreds, not thousands, but millions of the American people … support your revolution,” Belafonte told Chavez during the broadcast.

Stay in Caracas Harry. Your DAY-O has come and gone in the United States.

UPDATE: Hillary Clinton will appear with Belafonte tomorrow. Of course, this will go unnoticed by the media.

Comments

  1. Jamie Isbell says:

    As we read on Monday Harry Belafonte stated that our President is “the world’s greatest terrorist” and that millions of American’s supported Venezuela’s President Hugo Chavez.
    I feel there is no need to address his calling our President a terrorist, as any level headed person can see the falseness of that statement.
    Instead, I would like to talk about Mr. Belafonte’s claim that millions of American’s support a Socialist who admittedly admires Fidel Castro.
    Anyone who would pattern themselves after a Communist dictator would not garner support from too many Americans I know. Also, Mr. Chavez made many high profile visits to Saddam Hussein prior to the war. So let me get this straight Mr. Belafonte, you’re saying that millions of Americans support a man who is friends with two of the world’s greatest violators of Civil Rights? I beg to differ.
    Hugo Chavez is a mere thug who tried on more than one occassion to seize power through military coup, rather than free election. Rather than solve his people’s problems internally, he deflects their suffering from his responsibility by blaming the United Sates and other democracies. He also accused the U.S. of “fighting terror with terror” for invading Afghanistan. Although some left-leaning Americans have issues with Operation Iraqi Freedom, I think that all Americans, besides the far-left fringes of American society, such as MoveOn.org and Mr. Belafonte, would agree that our action against the Taliban and Al-Qaeda in Afghanistan was justified.

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