Hugo Chavez Depicted As Tyrant for Challenging Western Oil Domination

Mar 12, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Common Dreams

Had Hugo Chavez followed the pattern of many Third World leaders and concentrated on siphoning off his nation's wealth for personal gain, he would have attracted little attention or animosity in the West.

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Luz

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Mar 13, 2013
 
Hugo Chaves did used the nation,s wealth for personal gain and to get popularity and power. Maybe less than prior governments. t the poor did received a little help to survive
However he took a lot from the more affluent
Do you find that fair.
He got attention from the west because he would insult and disrespect everyone that did not share his socialist and tyrant points of view
pythonizer

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Mar 14, 2013
 
The pig is dead once and for all . Who cares how he died . Chavez was in a daze but knew how to screw the poor in the country by taking their land and giving it to his inner circle of friends . Look at Cuba . No one is happy when you can't go against the party line without being put into prison . Everyone is on drugs in the cities(Chavez) which is the plan in order to keep the population too confused to see what Chavez is doing to erode their freedoms . And last but not least . Stuff Chavez with explosives so he can be blown to hell .

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