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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 unf
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?
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 whi
We really don't know why Obama should have to have a kill list. After all, Hugo's Economics Minister has said they WILL find out how the CIA gave Comandante Chavez cancer. Obama can just do that with people he doesn't like and then Obmacare Death Panels can refuse them treatment. Simple!
Hugo Chavez died on Tuesday. I did an iReport for CNN and wrote the blog post “Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez Dead: Hero Of The Poor And Middle Class In Words & Deeds”. I got excoriated for it both by many at the CNN site and via emails from as far as United Kingdom. I also got messages that said I was brave to take a position out of the mainstream of US thought. An exile from Venezuela took me to task because I did not live in Venezuela.
Those who attacked me failed to see the most important point I was trying to get across. Hugo Chavez was the creation of the Venezuelan oligarchy, the Venezuelan plutocracy. He was that icon the poor and suffering middle classes placed their hope in to make a change.
If we know that our media is corporate controlled and misleads or turn a blind eye to political shenanigans (misreporting of war in Iraq, Invasion of Panama, etc.), should we not explore how it addressed Hugo Chavez relative to his confronting the Venezuelan Plutocracy?
The question is, with the American Plutocracy effecting one of the largest income and wealth disparity in the industrialized world, is there an American Hugo Chavez waiting to emerge?
A salute to Hugo Chavez is in order.I watched a foreign documentary about him and i realize why he wanted the power so much.Love true love is in the people,and to be with them is the ultimate glory.
Rest in peace "Hugo Chavez" and may many follow you into destiny.Open phones tonight,and i'm just answering the phones tonight.
This past week, Hugo Chavez, who served as president of Venezuela for fourteen years, died. In June 2011, it was revealed that he had gone to Cuba for surgery to remove a cancerous tumor. Even though he declared himself fully recovered in July 2012, just four months later, he was back in Cuba for more surgery. His condition worsened as the cancer began to affect his lungs, and after two months of treatment in Cuba, he returned to a military hospital in Venezuela where he remained hospitalized a
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