miércoles, 6 de marzo de 2013

Hugo Chavez dies in Venezuela

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By Dr. Patrick Slattery – Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has lost his two-year battle with cancer. Often described in the Zio-media as a “sworn enemy of the United States,” under Chavez Venezuela actually donated about 200 million gallons of heating oil to lower income families in 25 states and Washington, D.C., offering 100 gallons per family. Of course Chavez wanted his people to live free of domination from the corrupt goverment in Washington — so do a lot of Americans. So what caused the Zio-media to demonize the popular Venezuelan president for 14 years? Let’s hear from Ben Cohen of the Baltimore Jewish Times:
Chavez became an arch-foe of the State of Israel. In one of the last foreign policy statements he made before returning to hospital in Cuba in December, Chavez denounced what he called the “savage” Israeli attack on Gaza. In 2009, on the previous occasion that Israel responded militarily to Hamas rocket attacks from Gaza, Chavez told the French newspaper Le Figaro that the Israel had launched a “genocide” against the Palestinians. “The question is not whether the Israelis want to exterminate the Palestinians. They’re doing it openly,” he said.

Cohen continues to rail against Chavez for his friendships with anti-Zionist national leaders, especially Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Cohen contends that antisemitism is “the inevitable outcome of Chavez’s alliance with Iran, Hamas and Hezbollah.” Chavez first visited Iran in 2001. In 2002 he was ousted from power for three days in a coup widely backed by the Zio-media, both America’s and Venezuela’s. Cohen notes that it was Chavez, not any Arab leader, that was first to denounce Israel’s bombing of Lebanon in 2006 and that he broke all diplomatic ties with Israel over its genocidal pogrom against the Gaza ghetto in 2009, while the supposedly hostile Arab countries that surround Israel — Egypt and Jordan — left their ambassadors in place. Chavez also antagonized the Jewish supremacists by building regional financial institutions as alternatives to the Jewish-run World Bank.
Cohen failed to mention it, but Chavez was roundly slammed by Zionist rags like William Kristol’s Weekly Standard for having said “The world is for all of us, then, but it so happens that a minority, the descendants of the same ones that crucified Christ, the descendants of the same ones that kicked Bolívar out of here and also crucified him in their own way over there in Santa Marta, in Colombia. A minority has taken possession all of the wealth of the world.”
As conclusive evidence of Chavez’s “antisemitism,” Cohen tells us that of the 30,000 Jews that lived in Venezuela when Chavez was first elected president in 1999, all but 9000 have left the country. One of these 9000, he tells us, is “Henrique Capriles. While Capriles is a practicing Catholic, his mother’s family, the Radonskis, arrived in Venezuela after surviving the Holocaust in Poland. Other members of the family perished in the Nazi concentration camps.” (It should also be noted that Capriles is of Sephardic Jewish ancestry on his father’s side.) Capriles was Chavez’s opponent in last October and is expected to run again in Presidential elections that should be held within 30 days. In his failed election bid last October he said he would move the country away from Iran and would implement more “market-friendly” (read bankster-friendly) economic policies. In a country of 30 million where Jews make up 0.03% of the population, why shouldn’t one expect a member of the tribe to be “chosen” as President?
Chavez’s interim successor, Vice-President Nicolas Maduro, will likely face Capriles in the elections. Maduro has indicated that Chavez’s cancer was caused by  ”outside forces.” While there is nothing particularly unusual about a 58-year-old man to dying from cancer, the CIA and Mossad certainly have the capability of poisoning people with cancer-causing agents. An autopsy may shine light on what actually happened. In the meantime, expect the Zio-media to try to build Capriles into some sort of savior for Venezuela while Zio-bucks flood into his campaign coffers.


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