Thugs at large
It seems that Hugo Chavez does not care less about Venezuelan citizens. Following the confrontation between Maria Corina Machado, pre-candidate for the presidency, and Hugo Chavez about expropriations the press reports that the “robbery” practice continues in Venezuela. Venezuela's Hugo Chavez warns banks of nationalization http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-latin-america-16783993 http://whatsnextvenezuela.com/media-kit/timeline-of-expropriations/ http://whatsnextvenezuela.com/news/opposition-leader-takes-chavez-to-task-on-facts-expropriations/ Venezuelans were outraged when the following report from January 23, 2012 surfaced with paramilitary children trained with Kalashnikov rifles. (Dictator Marcos Perez Jimenez regime ended on January 23, 1958.) The following television press report of Hugo Chavez’s children bragging about their nouveau rich status (gone bad) is widely circulating the Internet: The report says that according to the Drug Enforcement Agency Hugo Chavez has several accounts in foreign banks with at least US$150 million in each. Colombian press reports facts from the new Venezuelan Minister of Defense nominated by Hugo Chavez. The report says that United States has the new Minister on the “kingpin list of persons or companies who cannot do business with American companies because of their involvement in the drug trade.” Venezuelans need help from world leaders, and the International Court of Justice, to resolve abuse of power in Venezuela and restore democracy.
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