Sunday, December 2, 2007

¿quién le mató? - Who Killed Him?

CNN Spain aired a report asking the question. . ."Who Killed Chavez?"

Video can be found here!.

For the record, Chavez is NOT dead and he is loved by his people. . .despite what the U.S. has tried to do to oust him (i.e. stage a coup) the people of Venezuela respect Chavez as a libertarian whole. By the way, read Petras' uncovered memo Re; Venezuela Referenda here. It describes the U.S. involvement in disrupting Chavez's Power. You can also read about the referendum at Petras' site.

Here's a detailed explanation of the Referenda being considered in today's Venezuelan Vote. (There is mention in the paragraph of SOA graduates as well).

"The outcome of the Referendum of December 2 is a decisive historical event first and foremost for Venezuela but also for the rest of the Americas. A positive vote (Vota ‘Sí’) will provide the legal framework for the democratization of the political system, the socialization of strategic economic sectors, empower the poor and provide the basis for a self-managed factory system. A negative vote (or a successful US-backed civil-military uprising) will reverse the most promising living experience of popular self-rule, of advanced social welfare and democratically based socialism. A reversal, especially a military dictated outcome, will lead to a massive blood bath, such as we have not seen since the days of the Indonesian Generals’ Coup of 1966, which killed over a million workers and peasants or the Argentine Coup of 1976 in which over 30,000 Argentines were murdered by the US backed Generals."

So, my Venezuelan brothers and sisters. . .Vota ¡sí!

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