Rejoice! One of Satan's spawn has gone home

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O Joyous Day.

Venezuela’s socialist dictator Hugo Chavez just croaked.

Only 58 years old, Sean Penn’s best bud died today in Caracas of complications from an unspecified cancer in his pelvic area.

Penn and Chavez, Dumb and Dumber

Penn and Chavez, Dumb and Dumber

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H/t James Habermehl

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0 responses to “Rejoice! One of Satan's spawn has gone home

  1. Bye bye evil dictator!

  2. He nationalized Venezuelas resources for the benefit of the Venezuelan people, and bashed Israhell, the criminal cabal that calls itself goverment of the USA and the global banking elite. R.I.P. my hero!

    • “On 15 February 2009, Chávez won a referendum to eliminate term limits, allowing him to run for re-election indefinitely. Polls show most Venezuelans do not want him to continue indefinitely; increasing concern over crime, the economy, and infrastructure; and increasing consolidation of power. … A 2010 OAS report… found “blistering” concerns with freedom of expression, human rights abuses, authoritarianism, press freedom, control of the judiciary, threats to democracy, political intimidation, and “the existence of a pattern of impunity in cases of violence, which particularly affects media workers, human rights defenders, trade unionists, participants in public demonstrations, people held in custody, ‘campesinos’ (small-scale and subsistence farmers), indigenous people, and women”, as well as erosion of separation of powers and “severe economic, infrastructure, and social headaches”, and “chronic problems including power blackouts, soaring crime, and a perceived lack of investment in crucial sectors”. According to the National Public Radio, the report discusses decreasing rights of opposition to the government and “goes into heavy detail” about control of the judiciary. It says elections are free, but the state has increasing control over media and state resources used during election campaigns, and opposition elected officials have “been prevented from actually carrying out their duties afterward”. CNN says the “lack of independence by Venezuela’s judiciary and legislature in their dealings with leftist President Hugo Chavez often leads to the abuses” …”
      Some hero Chavez was. Betcha you’d love Stalin and Mao, too.

      • Sounds a lot like the Bush/Obama me .Except for the blackouts . If you think about it , where did we get all the info on this guy from , the S.R.M. ……Just something to ponder over . One of those things that make you go hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.

  3. No one knows who the reprobate are.
    Say whatever you want.
    The Mercy of Jesus is freely given to all sinners no matter how black their sins are if they but ask.

  4. Wonder if Penn will be going to his funeral?

  5. I had to run over here to see who you are talking about! Yep! You got it right…and Yes, Sean Penn, more than likely, will meet him later!

  6. Dr. Eowyn – Thank you for the news. I’ve been out most of the day.
    When I read the title and entire piece my mind was directed to the following Scripture:
    “Rejoice not when thine enemy falleth, and let not thine heart be glad when he stumbleth: Lest the LORD see it, and it displease him, and he turn away his wrath from him.” [Old Testament Hebrew Scriptures – Proverbs 24:17 – KJV]
    I don’t claim to be an expert on the death of the wicked and them having to meet their Maker, but I do know that even God (as the Scripture says) does not take pleasure in the death of the wicked:
    “Say unto them, As I live, saith the Lord GOD, I have no pleasure in the death of the wicked; but that the wicked turn from his way and live: turn ye, turn ye from your evil ways; for why will ye die, O house of Israel?”
    [Ezekiel 33:11 – KJV]
    I can appreciate the Biblical paradox of imprecatory prayer. And, I can appreciate the paradoxical relief that the righteous possess when the wicked finally get theirs. Sometime ago I authored a topical message on the subject, in reference to the righteous:
    “The Eternal Relief Of The Righteous — Psalm 9:5-17:”

  7. There still are moments that we can rejoice in!!! Love the title Dr. E!!! God bless!

    • When visiting Venezuela years ago we were in a bus which was stopped at an intersection. There were visible guards everywhere showing us their weapons and braun. They were peerinig into the bus at all the Americans! Never again will I go where the USA is despised. But of course they like to sell oil and we like to buy it! Hoping the new regime will serve humanity in a much better light. And not that I rejoice in ones’s death but I feel that God has acted and continues to do so in all of us.

  8. Said he was going to improve Venezuela… and now he has.


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