"On The Road To Hell".
Hugo ChÃ¡vez Grants Rare interview to Western Media
By Stephen Sackur
"Eleven years ago I was quite gullible," he said. "I even believed in a third way, I thought it was possible to put a human face on capitalism. But I was wrong. The only way to save the world is through socialism, but a socialism that exists within a democracy; there's no dictatorship here."What is your review for the computer software, ""?https://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article25709.htm
Buying Venezuela's Press With U.S. Tax Dollars
By Jeremy Bigwood
Until now, the State Department has hidden its role in funding the Venezuelan news media, one of the opposition's most powerful weapons against President Hugo ChÃ¡vez and his Bolivarian movement. Ref. Source 5
Hurrah for Hugo Chavez
By Mike Whitney
It's no fun being on Washington's enemies list. Just ask Hugo Chavez. Last week, the Venezuelan president had to cancel a trip to Cuba after he was told that a coup was underway and his life was in danger. The information came from an anonymous source who had delivered a similar warning prior to the failed coup in 2002. Ref. Source 8
Chavez Wants a Break From U.S. Meddling.
Can You Blame Him?
By Mike Whitney
Most people know that Iran, Russia and Venezuela all have vast oil reserves. And, they also know that Hugo Chavez, Vladimir Putin and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad are on Washington's "enemies list". So, why is it so hard for them to connect the dots? Ref. Source 3
ChÃ¡vez urges the US "to keep its imperialist hands" out of the region:
The Venezuelan president warned that the United States "provides millions of dollars to far-right wing movements; many of them are trying to destabilize the governments of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Americas (ALBA)," Ref. Source 1
Chavez vows to back Iran 'under any circumstances,' hopes to bolster trade ties
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez vowed Tuesday to back ally Tehran "under any circumstances" as his Iranian counterpart and host praised Caracas for fighting sanctions against the Islamic Republic. Ref. Source 9
Apparently Chavez is not a fan of Facebook or Twitter. He has a bill in the making that includes restrictions on social media giants, and may become law.
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