Chavez asks Moscow for a loan to buy Russian weapons

Aug 29, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: RIA Novosti

The Venezuelan government needs new weapons to avoid the fate of the Gaddafi regime, President Hugo Chavez said in an interview last week with Russian business newspaper Kommersant.

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Why wouldn’t the Red Macaque take over , or better Buy the slightly Used Weapons from his Friend Daffy Gaddaffi.
He won’t need them in Hell where he goes.

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What weapons could Venezuela POSSIBLY NEED...

Shouldn't Venezuela look at having LESS WEAPONS...
Isn't one of the biggest issues in Venezuela illegal weapons, and it's backwards Communistic society.. repressing thought, freedom and movement.
gimme a break

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Chavez won't live long.
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For protection from the oligarchs and their Yankee imperialist supporters because we know that Obama has nothing better to do than invade the peaceful land of milk and honey that flows from the breast of our dear leader who is the only salvation of the fatherland.
Or perhaps the Dutch will invade from Aruba.
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I hope they're not supplying eggs. They pelted me with eggs and they really hurt.

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Liam Perez wrote:
For protection from the oligarchs and their Yankee imperialist supporters because we know that Obama has nothing better to do than invade the peaceful land of milk and honey that flows from the breast of our dear leader who is the only salvation of the fatherland.
Or perhaps the Dutch will invade from Aruba.
Did anybody tell you, that you are full of it.

Here look at Milk http://www.youtube.com/watch...

and Honey, http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_bqioQ8Ant4...13naci...

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I am not sure what you mean. If you are serious you don't understand sarcasm.
The blogspot link is dead and the U-tube video shows a bunch of people at a milk powder giveaway. Why was that needed? because the store shelves were empty due to the policies of Hugo Chavez and the PDVSA.
When was the last time you were in Venezuela? There are chronic shortages of basic staples due to the success of nationalization.
The poor are no better and in many cases worse off than before Chavez. How are they served by shortages and extreme inflation.
My Aunt, a Doctor has witnessed patients die because of substandard care provided by the poorly trained Cuban "Medicos" at the government clinics. In the past she would have been able to treat them for free but no longer can because she can't get basic supplies due to government restrictions.
The middle class continues to flee if they can get enough money smuggled out of the country to start over elsewhere.
There is constant fear that if one speaks up their home will be "liberated" on the excuse it is to be given to the poor only to later to be sold to a Chavez loyalist.
The corruption worsens. The violence is staggering. The lawlessness is institutionalized, condoned and fostered by the regime and cult of personality of Hugo Chavez.
Ask my wife's Uncle who was murdered when the intercity bus he was riding on was stopped by highwaymen. Guess you can't ask him or the 580 people killed in August alone.

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Liam Perez wrote:
For protection from the oligarchs and their Yankee imperialist supporters because we know that Obama has nothing better to do than invade the peaceful land of milk and honey that flows from the breast of our dear leader who is the only salvation of the fatherland.
Or perhaps the Dutch will invade from Aruba.
or Trinidad....
or Guyana...
or outer space!
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Can you imagine this guy running a superpower? HA!

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Lukashenko is Dr Phil wrote:
Can you imagine this guy running a superpower? HA!
Can you imagine how much money he's mis-appropriated?
Elect an under-educated leader... receive an uneducated plan and results.
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No pasa del 2012.

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Rosa Chavez wrote:
No pasa del 2012.
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Lo que no pasa del 2012?

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Rosa Chavez wrote:
No pasa del 2012.
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Quizas hablas de H Chaves?

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Forty more Sukhoi-SU-30Mki fighter-bombers,
anyone??
A few new Mig-29 fighters too??
Like handing razer blades to infants

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Eat me please!!! mmmmmmmm
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You're obscene, crude, gross etc etc.

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Liam Perez wrote:
I am not sure what you mean. If you are serious you don't understand sarcasm.
The blogspot link is dead and the U-tube video shows a bunch of people at a milk powder giveaway. Why was that needed? because the store shelves were empty due to the policies of Hugo Chavez and the PDVSA.
When was the last time you were in Venezuela? There are chronic shortages of basic staples due to the success of nationalization.
The poor are no better and in many cases worse off than before Chavez. How are they served by shortages and extreme inflation.
My Aunt, a Doctor has witnessed patients die because of substandard care provided by the poorly trained Cuban "Medicos" at the government clinics. In the past she would have been able to treat them for free but no longer can because she can't get basic supplies due to government restrictions.
The middle class continues to flee if they can get enough money smuggled out of the country to start over elsewhere.
There is constant fear that if one speaks up their home will be "liberated" on the excuse it is to be given to the poor only to later to be sold to a Chavez loyalist.
The corruption worsens. The violence is staggering. The lawlessness is institutionalized, condoned and fostered by the regime and cult of personality of Hugo Chavez.
Ask my wife's Uncle who was murdered when the intercity bus he was riding on was stopped by highwaymen. Guess you can't ask him or the 580 people killed in August alone.
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_bqioQ8Ant4...13naci...

I can see you are an Venezuela Expert,i don`t have a clue what’s goes on in Venezuela, since I only lived there for 35 Year’s.

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I neither claim to be an expert nor do I claim you don't have a clue. I only speak from the experiences of my extended family and my experiences over the recent years.
My family come from all walks of life. Some are doctors, ranchers, cooks, chefs, students, laborers and government workers. Our political beliefs may range and do include some staunch Chavista but all seem to agree that the country is in a perilous state.
I do not wish to denigrate Venezuela in any way. I love the country and the people. I believe that the policies of Mr Chavez rather than helping the poor are ruining the future. He is squandering the wealth and his cronies are looting the country.
I believe that a dynamic pragmatic social democracy built on the rule of law, freedom of expression, property rights, and fairness both in bounty and in work is what is needed. Mr Chavez is not delivering that. He is developing a social plutocracy that will leave the country a shambles.
Viva Venezuela

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Liam Perez wrote:
I neither claim to be an expert nor do I claim you don't have a clue. I only speak from the experiences of my extended family and my experiences over the recent years.
My family come from all walks of life. Some are doctors, ranchers, cooks, chefs, students, laborers and government workers. Our political beliefs may range and do include some staunch Chavista but all seem to agree that the country is in a perilous state.
I do not wish to denigrate Venezuela in any way. I love the country and the people. I believe that the policies of Mr Chavez rather than helping the poor are ruining the future. He is squandering the wealth and his cronies are looting the country.
I believe that a dynamic pragmatic social democracy built on the rule of law, freedom of expression, property rights, and fairness both in bounty and in work is what is needed. Mr Chavez is not delivering that. He is developing a social plutocracy that will leave the country a shambles.
Viva Venezuela
“ I misunderstood your previous posting.“

Here some of the reasons why he will miserably fail.

These are possibly the 5 best sentences you'll ever read:

1. You cannot legislate the poor into prosperity by legislating the wealthy out of prosperity.

2. What one person receives without working for, another person must work for without receiving.

3. The government cannot give to anybody anything that the government does not first take from somebody else.

4. You cannot multiply wealth by dividing it!

5. When half of the people get the idea that they do not have to work because the other half is going to take care of them, and when the other half gets the idea that it does no good to work because somebody else is going to get what they work for, that is the beginning of the end of any nation.

And there is a number 6 and comes from Maggie Thatcher:

Socialism fails when it runs out of other people's money!

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Quoting M Thatcher says it all.
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Liam Perez wrote:
I neither claim to be an expert nor do I claim you don't have a clue. I only speak from the experiences of my extended family and my experiences over the recent years.
My family come from all walks of life. Some are doctors, ranchers, cooks, chefs, students, laborers and government workers. Our political beliefs may range and do include some staunch Chavista but all seem to agree that the country is in a perilous state.
I do not wish to denigrate Venezuela in any way. I love the country and the people. I believe that the policies of Mr Chavez rather than helping the poor are ruining the future. He is squandering the wealth and his cronies are looting the country.
I believe that a dynamic pragmatic social democracy built on the rule of law, freedom of expression, property rights, and fairness both in bounty and in work is what is needed. Mr Chavez is not delivering that. He is developing a social plutocracy that will leave the country a shambles.
Viva Venezuela
otra profeta del desastre.nunca ante tanta pocotiya se han dado la tarea de demostral porque chavez ha ganado tantas eleciones y su perfil para el 2012 son impresionante.con una mayoria que sobre pasa el 62% del electorado.esto echa por tierra todo algumento que como tu apatrida,mal nacida que despresia lo tuyo.hablame de los beneficios de la cuarta republica?
que legado le dejaron a un pueblo.el caracaso?el gobierno pacifico de leonis,y carajo como vamos a dejar por fuera romulo"y su dicipulo carlos a.perez"cual era la frase de romulo disparen primero y que mas? o aquel famoso disculso en el congreso"QUE SE ME QUEMEN LAS MANOS SI HE ROBADO DEL TESORO PUBLICO.te pregunto en ese famoso atentado contra el que fue lo que se le queno.?y caldera este si fue un sangano cuando manifesto que juan bimba tenia que usar apargata...mija ponte pila porque estas miando fuera del perol

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