ally of the United States, Venezuela positioned as our fourth largest supplier of oil,Chavez and his counterparts from across the border constantly find themselvesembroiled in confrontation. The real story, often times, has far less to do with FARC andmuch more to do with the politics of Chavez. As elections now approach in Venezuela, with the next parliamentaryvotes set forSeptember 26, 2010, the ruling party of that country–the United Socialist Party of Venezuela–begins anew their push to arouse nationalist sentiment amongst thepopulation. According to
Margarita López Maya
, PhD–historian, professor andcandidate in the
Mesa de la Unidad Democrática
country, especially the Obama administration, continue to playball with Chavez? And, more interestingly, why was the Chavez rhetoric towards THISWhite House so vanilla by comparison to the vile language hurled at Bush? The obviousanswer of Socialist brotherhood comes to mind; after all,the handshake viewed ’roundthe worldis household news by now.No, there’s something deeper here; something much more complex–even sinister,perhaps. Remember the rules of engagement for Marxists/Socialists: first, tear downCapitalism (we’re witnessing this administration’s work towards that end on a dailybasis); next: enslave the populace to the Socialist/Communist tyrannical government(how better to enslave us to our government than by forcing us to purchase ourgasoline from State owned gas stations?)Hugo Chavez may be privy to conversations, dealings, or negotiations taking place thatthreaten his country’s very existence. His rhetoric with Obama reveals a stark change inattitude as compared to that he served to Bush. While he continues the nationalisticrhetoric–timing his speeches to coincide with elections, naturally–his threats to “stopthe oil” are completely toothless. Chavez criticizes U.S.
, yet taps Obama on theshoulder, winks, and
callsthe American leader a “friend”. If Chavez is notgetting paid off in this deal, I’ll eat my hat. You may disperse with vile cajoling, Chavez; other than the repressed countrymen yousubject to your Socialist tyranny, the world knows who is now pulling your strings.
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