Monday, July 11, 2011

Albania inaugurated a statue of George W. Bush

What has failed in his own country has made in Albania. Former U.S. President George W. Bush will be perpetuated in the small Balkan country of Muslim majority with a statue placed in Fushe Kruje, a town that welcomed him in 2007 as a true hero. The bronze statue is about 3 meters, shows Bush in shirt sleeves rolled left waving from a stone pedestal placed in the central square that bears his name and has been renovated for the occasion.

In its inaugural meeting this week, attended by Prime Minister Sali Berisha, who never stopped praising Bush and the Americans with whom the Albanians "are linked as with any other nation on earth." Berisha evoked U.S. support for the independence of Albania in 1912 against the efforts of "predatory European powers did everything possible to clear the map of Europe to the Albanians, one of the oldest towns" of the continent.

"The decision to build the statue was unanimous. Your visit is unique. He deserves it. Bush then promised independence to the Albanians of Kosovo and Albania's entry into NATO," which are now a reality, said Efe, Arben Kupa, one of the 25 council members who signed the initiative.

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