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Spain King tell Hugo Chavez to “Shut up”.

Posted by QB on November 12, 2007

King of Spain asked Hugo Chavez to “Shut up” during the summit.

The diplomatic row between Hugo Chavez and Spain intensified yesterday as the Venezuelan president demanded to know the Spanish monarch’s knowledge of a coup that briefly removed the Socialist leader from power.

Mr Chavez, who was in Chile for the Ibero-American summit, claimed that Spain’s ambassador had appeared at Venezuela’s presidential palace during the two-day coup in 2002 to support the interim president Pedro Carmona.

Mr Chavez insisted that such support could only have been sanctioned with the Spanish King’s blessing. His comments followed the public spat in which Spanish King Juan Carlos told Chavez to “shut up” during an increasingly acrimonious summit.

The King’s outburst came moments after the president had called Spain’s former prime minister, Jose Maria Aznar, a “fascist” for backing the coup. At the end of the conference, Mr Chavez asked to what extent Juan Carlos had supported the coup.

“Mr King, did you know about the coup d’etat against Venezuela, against the democratic, legitimate government of Venezuela in 2002?” he said at a press conference yesterday.

“It’s very hard to imagine the Spanish ambassador would have been at the presidential palace supporting the coup-plotters without authorization from his majesty.” “Fascists are not human. A snake is more human,” Mr Chavez said during the conference. Spain’s current socialist prime minister, Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, asked Mr Chavez to be more diplomatic and show respect for other leaders despite political differences.

“President Hugo Chavez, I think there is an essential principle to dialogue, and that is, to respect and be respected, we should be careful not to fall into insults,” Mr Zapatero said.

Mr Chavez continued to interrupt as Zapatero spoke, although his microphone was switched off.

A frustrated King Juan Carlos, sitting next to Mr Zapatero, leaned toward Mr Chavez and said: “Why don’t you shut up?” The monarch then left the chamber.

“They told me some Spanish officials grabbed him by the arm, because he’s strong and tall. He acted like an angry bull as he stormed out,” Mr Chavez recalled in comments published yesterday by Spain’s El Mundo newspaper.

“I’m no bullfighter, but ole!” he added.

Mr Chavez, who faces violent protests at home against a proposed constitutional reform package that would greatly boost his power, said the incident had been exaggerated by the media.

“I hope this will not damage relations,” Mr Chavez said as he left his Santiago hotel room. “But I think it’s imprudent for a king to shout at a president to shut up.”

King of Spain is also facist like Azner showing no respect for democratically elected popular President Hugo Chavez.

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7 Responses to “Spain King tell Hugo Chavez to “Shut up”.”

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  2. EL CHAVEZ DEL 8 said

    segun chavez no escucho ni vio cuando lo mandaron a callar su maldita y sucia boca…ahora dice que el rey se salvo de no haberlo oido ni visto mandandolo a callar por que si no se hubiera formado la gran contienda universal (segun el)……me recuerda a los payasos que buscan pleitos pero de legitosssss…..ni por coño habria dicho eso en chile pero en lo que llego anoche a venezuela hablo paja (como siempre) hasta invento de que el rey le dijo golpista (en el video no se ve que el rey expresara tal termino)….”¿hasta cuando chavito?”……callate callate callate que me desespeeeeeeerrassssssss…..que hijo de puta es el malandro de chavez y sus cuerdas de jalabolas…viva el rey y punto joderrrrrr….:-)

  3. Marilyn Konfino said

    The true essence of this conflict begins with the increasing unwillingness of some influential leaders to denounce the antidemocratic, oppressive and tyrannical regimes of the likes of Hugo Chavez, Fidel Castro and Evo Morales, among others. Befriending these thugs and siding with their crooked ideologies does not translate to “progressive” thinking and policy.

    Zapatero was put to the test in the Summit’s incident. Had he risen to the challenge, Zapatero would have reminded Chavez that it is he who imprisons and kills people when they disagree with his policies; therefore he is the fascist, and not Aznar. Instead, he opted for playing mommy Chavez and brought to the thug’s attention the rules of social conduct and proper behavior. There is an urgent need for leaders to bring back the definitions of right and wrong in an alarmingly confused world where the only shade that now exists is grey, and where anyone taking a strong position against tyranny is ostracized. Making false moral equivalencies in order to advance a personal agenda (i.e. George Bush is a terrorist) is a deplorable act made by people who have no hope of ever being on the side of justice and equity.

  4. Juan Diego said

    What can be expected from someone like Hugo Chavez, The Spanish king did the right thihg, this DICTATOR, thiks every body is part of his world and ideas. Mr chavez you are a donkey just like you told president Bush, everytime you open your mouth, is a joke, you better read some more, you are the real Mr. Danger, you are nothing but another criminal, I feel very sorry for your country what a shame. You just should not been allowed to go anywhere, Mr. Chavez why dont you just shut up: IF I were to be the Spanish King, I’ll probably shut your mouth for good. SHUT UP you stupid murdered, shut up and shut up Fidel Castro also, I just can not understand how these kind of people can even talk. Long life to Juan Carlos Rey de España. Chavez eres un pedazo de mierda.

  5. Finter said

    the king asked tu shut up a president…… who invited this ridicoulous guy…..king hahahahaha king hahahah
    king my ……..

    Aznar and all people like Aznar are fascists.

    Bye bye mr. Sir your highness my a…king

  6. An Iranian said

    the way Juan Diego tries to accuse Hugo.Chavez is astonishing . I advise him to read his own comment once more ,but with a little care added.How careless and unfair some people are !!!
    I will not be surprised if he starts with the same phrases to me

  7. QB said

    Iranian Friend,

    These people will not realize the facts that Hugo Chavez is popular because he is doing good for the common poor people of Venezuela. The one guy criticize Hugo Chavez for raising teachers salary. I don’t pay much attention to these close minded people.

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