Skip to comments.Nicaragua's Daniel Ortega: Royal wedding 'stained with Libya's blood'
Posted on 04/30/2011 4:10:32 PM PDT by SunkenCiv
Daniel Ortega, the president of Nicaragua, has attacked the British monarchy and said he was offended by William and Kate's gala marriage ceremony.
Left-winger Mr Ortega said the hands of the monarchy "are stained with blood because they are celebrating while Libya is being bombed, while blood is being spilled in Libya".
Nicaragua's leader made the comments in a speech to thousands of supporters hours after the lavish royal wedding that was watched by an estimated two billion people around the world.
The governments of Nicaragua, Cuba, Venezuela and Bolivia are staunch allies of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi and have criticised US and European air strikes.
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“They didn’t invite me! How unfair! And I had my dress and designer hat all fitted! BWAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!”
Irony rich environment - a communist is complaining about spilled blood!
On the other hand, he is a Nica, a people arguably too stupid to learn from history even when large amounts of money are expended in a futile attempt to to educate them about communism.
Turn that place into a weapons training range.
It would have been even better if Ortega had a Hellfire dropped on his head.
Which is why they weren’t invited.
Used to say it was like THE KETTLE THAT CALLED THE POT BLACK.
Daniel Ortega: “Royal Wedding ‘stained’ with Libya’s blood”
Isn’t that special, coming from a pedophile and Communist swine.
So many in this world need a good killing.
Daniel Ortega should refuse to use the latrine until the world is safe for all socialist dictators. It worked so well for Saddam Hussein.
Well, the flight to Lockerbie was stained with Libyan blood, so, whatever.
Yeah, it’s a pass-the-popcorn kinda year.
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