Obama to Lula at G-20: 'That's my man!'

Peter Barry Chowka
On March 27, 2009, the mainstream media reported that Brazilian leftist President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, in a meeting with UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown, said, about the world economic crisis:

"This was a crisis that was fostered and boosted by irrational behaviour of people that are white, blue-eyed, that before the crisis looked like they knew everything about economics. Now they have demonstrated that they don't know anything about economics."

On Thursday April 2, 2009, during a lunch at the G-20 Summit in London, President Obama, as Lula approached him, said:

"That's my man right here. Love this guy. He's the most popular politician on earth. It's because of his good looks."

On March 27, 2009, the mainstream media reported that Brazilian leftist President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, in a meeting with UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown, said, about the world economic crisis:

"This was a crisis that was fostered and boosted by irrational behaviour of people that are white, blue-eyed, that before the crisis looked like they knew everything about economics. Now they have demonstrated that they don't know anything about economics."

On Thursday April 2, 2009, during a lunch at the G-20 Summit in London, President Obama, as Lula approached him, said:

"That's my man right here. Love this guy. He's the most popular politician on earth. It's because of his good looks."