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Venezuelan Rulers and Their Menacingly Evil Axes of Deception

Venezuelan Rulers and Their Menacingly Evil Axes of Deception

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VENEZUELA government's continuing deceptions and destruction of a once proud wealthy homeland. On par with Cuba's destructive Revolution of over 50 years.
VENEZUELA government's continuing deceptions and destruction of a once proud wealthy homeland. On par with Cuba's destructive Revolution of over 50 years.

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Published by: Jerry E. Brewer, Sr. on Jul 08, 2014
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Column 070714 Brewer 
Monday, July 7, 2014
enezuelan Rulers and their Menacingly Evil
xes of Deception
By Jerry Brewer
Leftist President Nicolas Maduro, of  Venezuela, continues desperately to try to fit into and wear the vacant and tattered shoes of the nation's late President Hugo Chavez. To say that the misguided Maduro could actually help Venezuela by struggling to live up to the Chavez legacy, would be as farcical of a façade as the smoke and mirrors of an old and tired magic show that was perpetuated against the once proud Venezuelan homeland by Chavez himself for 14 destructive years.
In truth, the Chavez iron-fisted reign  was exceedingly one of a lack of record of transparency, of disrespecting  Venezuelans and the free world's right to be informed of a world leader's governance, and the ability to continue to lead a global nation. Prior to his death Chavez anointed Maduro as his Vice President, and after announcing his cancer had reappeared Chavez strong-armed the forced endorsement of Maduro to be  Venezuela's future president to anyone that would listen; and as his successor to carry on the Chavez version of the Bolivarian Revolution.
Following the March 2013 death of Chavez, Maduro, who had previously  worked as a bus driver in Caracas and a union activist, served as acting president until elections were held on April 14, 2013, when he came away with a controversial razor thin 1.5 point  victory. Many of the poor in Caracas were often placated and misled by Hugo Chavez,  who frequently paraded as a martyr for the poor during campaign and election times. Chavez routinely touted his devotion to the poor with his Bolivarian Revolution, and he spoke of a mass movement to implement popular democracy, economic independence, an equitable distribution of revenues, and an end to political corruption. Too, he
 vowed to “move forward even more aggressively” to create his version of
Still, since the death of Chavez
 and under Maduro
 Venezuela's poor continue to live below the poverty line, in squalor and unsafe homes, while the nation suffers scarcities that include little food on supermarket shelves and rolling blackouts of electricity, among other issues
 that even include toilet paper shortages. Recently, Venezuelan officials were
accused of
 to accuse
government adversaries of plotting to kill President Maduro. Party leaders of the ruling Socialist Party said, in May, that government critics were planning to "annihilate" Maduro as part of a
“planned coup, showing images of
emails they said were evidence of the
et records and reports maintain there  were "many indications of user manipulation." One report, revealing
records subpoenaed from Google, showed that messages attributed to a consultant, Pedro Burelli, had never actually been sent. The infamous charlatan Hugo Chavez frequently declared there were CIA conspiracies against his government and that U.S. invasions were imminent; as  well as planned assassinations against him that he claimed to uncover. He persistently warned of U.S. invasion to take Venezuela's oil reserves. \
Chavez even suggested that the U.S. had developed a secret technology to give cancer to left-wing leaders in Latin  America. " Would it be strange if they had developed the technology to induce cancer and nobody knew about it?" Much of Hugo Chavez's verbal and  venomous regurgitations are borrowed from his mentor and idyllic persona, Cuba's Fidel Castro. The borrowed page of doctrine, from Castro's fifty-plus  years of oppressive rule against the Cuban people, demonstrates a verbatim diatribe of U.S. paranoia that was used  by the two leftist leaders to justify enormous defense and espionage spending. Since 2005, Chavez spent  billions of dollars for Russian arms and military aircraft.
Chavez and Maduro continued to tout their admiration, allegiance and support to Castro's Cuba, where the failures of another bankrupt and tired communist regime have decimated the country for decades and inflicted massive harm to its people.
 Venezuelans have had ample time to reflect and digest the failures of socialist rule under Chavez, and now Maduro. And it is clear that the economy continues to fail, while crime

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