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A continuation of the show on the 8th discussing Chavez's legacy in Venezuela and Latin America. The man who stood up to the Rothschilds and the NWO and their puppets George W.Bush and Barack Obama. This show will conclude the tribute to Chavez so call, you don't want to miss out on the tribute of this legendary figure.
En Venezuela desde el 5 hasta el 15 de marzo estan comemorando la vida de Hugo Chavez quien murio el 5 de marzo 2013. Chris Rojas y Al Suarez presentan en el programa de Voz de la Rebelion (Voice of Rebellion en ingles), un programa sobre el legado de Chavez y los problemas que Venezuela y America Latina tiene hoy aparte del legado de Bolivar. Gente pueden llamar desde telefono o skype para participar o hacernos preguntas. Va a ser una hora desde el imperio tiempo de este 10 y media a 11 y media.
Mr. Chávez long accused the United States of trying to undermine or even assassinate him, using Washington as a foil to build support or distract attention from deeply rooted problems at home, like high inflation and soaring crime.
Chavez was far from perfect but he cared for his people and refused to kiss America's feet and any other part of it's anatomy. Like Castro, he was thus cast as Satan. He just said no to the Banana Republic status. Nobody knows how this is going to unfold in the short term, but in the end Liberty will prevail, just as it did every where it flowered, starting in America and France in the 18th century. We all should try to be on the right side of history, whatever big oil thinks.
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We will have a look at what the future may hold for the future of Venezuela now that Hugo Chavez has died.
We will review his actions against the Venezuelan people and how his actions affected the world.
Henriquez Capriles, opposition candidate for Venezuelas new president. Can he pull this off? And what happens if he does?
How does this affect the United States, Investors and Businesses?
and The World Over
The 5th of March marks 2 years since the passing of the great Latin American who ever lived. Hugo Chavez accomplished what Che Guevara and Simon Bolivar could not, unity. As Maduro faces division in Venezuela the people must remember the spirit of unity Chavez brought for the country, Latin America and the anti imperialist nations. Chris Jay and Al Suarez of Voice of Rebellion Radio out of Stay Bold Radio will have a 2 hour discussion on this, this Sunday. Callers welcome!
Guest: Abel Muhammad, Student Minister and Latina Representative of The Nation Of Islam and Hon. Louis Farrakhan.
A discussion and look at the death of President Hugo Chavez, Freedom Fighter and Revolutionary figure and president of Venezuela.
Host: Brian E. Muhammad
Presidents Mahmoud Ahmadinejad of Iran and Alexander Lukashenko of Belarus sat next to each other, wiping away tears as a band played one of Chavez's favourite sentimental songs. "We have lost a great leader, a great man," Ahmadinejad said after the ceremony.
"Hugo came from the people and he served the people."
Several Latin American leaders, including Cuban President Raul Castro, were invited to stand around the coffin.
European nations sent lower-level delegations while the US was represented by its charge d'affaires and two Democratic Party politicians.
Chavez's body will lie in state for seven more days and officials said his body will be embalmed and preserved "like Lenin" to rest in a glass casket in the military barracks.
Monday, April 20, at 9PM ET/6PM PT, FightSaga Radio presents a special "Mayweather Promotions" edition of "The Sweet Science with James Gogue"!!
The three decade fight trainer will discuss the ongoing "Fight of the Century" event promotion handled by "Mayweather Promotions"!!
- Why haven't tickets been printed and distributed for sale?
- Will the controversial business practices be detrimental to the success of the event?
- Why didn't Mayweather want to work in a collaborative effort with Top Rank or any other established promotional group?
- When considering the overall health of boxing, what would have been a preferable method of promoting this event?
"The Gogue" will also examine this Saturday night's Heavyweight match-up at MSG in NYC, which is slated to be televised on HBO World Championship Boxing!!
- Wladimir Klitschko vs. Bryant Jennings, April 25, on HBO at 10PM ET/PT
- Strengths and Weaknesses
- Keys to Victory
- Final Prediction
The expert boxing coach will also talk about Chavez Jr.'s brutal stoppage loss to Andrew Fonfara this past weekend and what went wrong for PBC!!
- Can Chavez Jr. come back from quitting on his stool?
- Was Bob Arum justified in his recent and potentially slanderous statements to the media?
Tune in for another edition of "The Sweet Science with James Gogue", exclusively on FightSaga Radio!!
In the most highly anticipated fight thus far in 2015, Lucas Matthysse and Ruslan Provodnikov squared off in an incredibly gutsy fight live from Tunring Stone in Verona, New York.
The fight started off in Matthysse’s favor, although the first round could be considered a feel out by their standards, even though it had plenty of action compared to the average opening round. Matthysse kept Provodnikov in check and kept getting loser and looser as the round went on.HBO card was one of the most anticipated in quite some time, but the evening’s co-feature was deserving of some attention, too, although it was lost a bit on the main event. In the televised co-feature, Omaha’s favorite boxer, Terrance “Bud” Crawford, stepped up to junior welterweight for the first time and took on Thomas Dulorme.
The perception was that Crawford was the high ranked fighter worth the world-class tag, while Dulorme was the highly skilled fighter that would never live up to his original aspirations. Crawford, who struggled to make weight in his last 135lb title defense, stayed patient early and allowed Dulorme to dictate based on output.Over on ShowTime tonight, Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. headlined in a fight against Andrzej Fonfara live from the StubHub Center in Carson, California. It was Chavez’s first fight back from a year long layoff.
Fonfara looked really god from the opening bell, while Chavez Jr. spent more time complaining than fighting. Fonfara stayed planted and threw meaningful shots, putting together impressive combos. Chavez wasn’t very methodical with his offense, but instead he was hoping that he could overwhelm Fonfara at some point.
Inside of the ring, objectively, it doesn't get a whole lot better than last weekend. Between Matthysse-Provodnikov and Terence Crawford vs Thomas Dulorme on HBO and Andrzej Fonfara vs Julio Cesar Chavez on Showtime, there was mayhem, dirty tactics, drama, classy boxing, blood and, not to be overlooked, tremendous heart shown. Unfortunately so much of the great stuff was overshadowed by an ill-advised social media choice from Sergey Kovalev. This week on TQBR Radio, James Foley of Bad Left Hook and The Queensberry Rules' Patrick Connor cover it all, from top to bottom -- including this coming weekend's Wladimir Klitschko vs Bryant Jennings...whatever it is. Thanks for tuning in!
(Photos: Ed Mulholland/HBO/LM Otero/AP)