Discussion in 'Latin America' started by Bleipriester, May 22, 2018.
So what is it about in Venezuela?
I don´t consume Washington´s "free media" on such issues. I know that the "peaceful" protesters killed many people and even burned some to death in public.
In Detail: The Deaths So Far
And they can´t be on a parade why?
Less than fifty percent voted for him. On top of that, the election observers probably aren't to be trusted.
None the less, except for the CIA's repeated attempts at a coup and attempts on Chavez's life, you are right, the US doesn't bear much responsibility in this mess.Hugo Chavez says US is giving South American leaders cancer | Daily Mail Online
In Chavez's attempt at noble defiance of NWO hegemony and neo-imperialist/colonialist globalist policies that were bankrupting the populace, he turned to an autocratic police state (Cuba) for help. That's like running into a vat a boiling acid to avoid a forest fire.
The Cuban commies and drug cartels infiltrated his nation's bureaucracy, while he was busy obtusely destroying the economic and bureaucratic structure of the nation, trying to get things to work when he didn't have a clue what he was doing.
Then he died and the SHTF b/c folks that really didn't give a shit about the common folk took over.
Who are the Council of Electoral Specialists of Latin America (CEELA)?
The House That Chavez Built
How Venezuela’s socialist dream collapsed into a nightmare
Nicolas Maduro Doesn't Really Control Venezuela
What would happen if one of them went off by accident?
Or is this not a parade but an attempt to quell a demonstration?
In that case it's no surprise they keep the ERA on.
You are wrong.
1999 Constituent National Assembly - Wikipedia
Never heard they explode by accident. Maybe you like those better, however:
LOL, a vote with less than 40% turnout to determine a new constitution, and each voter having 10 votes?
click on the link about the election that created the assembly.
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