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Submitted by Svetlanah (United States), Jun 21, 2009 at 16:27

No doubt, when Ahmadinejad leaves and Mousavi takes place, it will trigger a chain rule in Venezuela and the Oppressive country called Bolivia.

Also, as reforms take place, Hezbollah will lose part of its power as will Radical Islam.

Having friends in Venezuela, the population is also very unhappy with Chavez, I hope it triggers their audacity towards taking away such an evil, making the country shine like in the old times.

Bad for the Brazilian president Luis Inacio Lula da Silva that invited with honor such Iranian beast (Ahmadinejad) - a tyranny that kills their own people and the Coward Brazilian government indirectly supported and endorsed this beast, when inviting it to Brazil.

Ironically, Brazil looked too inferior to the great Iranian beast, reason why he refused to go to that "insignificant" nation. Never mind, history will always remember the Brazilian support through Inacio Lula da Silva and the mockery he suffered under Ahmadinejad administration. Shame on you, Brazil...Shove your Iranian darling loss, Lula….

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