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"The Devil Came Here Yesterday"

Hugo Chavez’s famous 2006 U.N. speech when he called President Bush “the devil.”

Foreign Policy

Why the Devil Smells Like Sulfur

On Wednesday, September 20, 2006, in his poignant address to the United Nations, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez likened former President George Bush to the devil: “the devil came here yesterday,” referring to Bush, who addressed the world body during his Tuesday address, Chavez said, “and it smells of sulfur still today.” 28 more words

Augusta Yakub Muslims

(KILLING ROSEMARY'S BABY) "Brian Johnson Reportedly Smelled Sulfur & Witnessed 21 Month Old London Hodge's Eyes Turn Red... ." Blacks Warned Of Associating With Whites In Last Days & Times, "You May Not Be Able To Resist Divine Universal Order To Rid Earth Of Evil, Pastor Luther Horning

Church of Black Worship Pastor Luther Horning has reportedly released a statement warning all African Americans and people of color of the danger in associating with Caucasians in “these Last Days and Times” because of, what he identified as, “the Divine Universal Order to rid the earth of evil.” 435 more words

EUMELANIN

Why The Devil Smells Like Sulfur; (Series: Of The Biggest Differences Be-tween The Properties Of God & Satan: EUMELANIN VS PHEOMELANIN)


On Wednesday, September 20, 2006, in his poignant address to the United Nations, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez likened former President George Bush to the devil: “the devil came here yesterday,” referring to Bush, who addressed the world body during his Tuesday address, Chavez said, “and it smells of sulfur still today.” 366 more words

EUMELANIN VS PHEOMELANIN

(Series) Of The Biggest Differences Be-tween The Properties Of God & Satan: EUMELANIN VS PHEOMELANIN & Why The Devil Smells Like Sulfur…….

On Wednesday, September 20, 2006, in his poignant address to the United Nations, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez likened former President George Bush to the devil: “the devil came here yesterday,” referring to Bush, who addressed the world body during his Tuesday address, Chavez said, “and it smells of sulfur still today.” 372 more words