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posted on Sep, 19 2005 @ 01:06 PM
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President Chavez's Speech to the United Nations

Friday, 2005-09-16

By: President Hugo Chavez

Your Excellencies, friends, good afternoon:

The original purpose of this meeting has been completely distorted. The imposed center of debate has been a so-called reform process that overshadows the most urgent issues, what the peoples of the world claim with urgency: the adoption of measures that deal with the real problems that block and sabotage the efforts made by our countries for real development and life.

Five years after the Millennium Summit, the harsh reality is that the great majority of estimated goals- which were very modest indeed- will not be met.

We pretended reducing by half the 842 million hungry people by the year 2015. At the current rate that goal will be achieved by the year 2215. Who in this audience will be there to celebrate it? That is only if the human race is able to survive the destruction that threats our natural environment.

We had claimed the aspiration of achieving universal primary education by the year 2015. At the current rate that goal will be reached after the year 2100. Let us prepare, then, to celebrate it.

Friends of the world, this takes us to a sad conclusion: The United Nations has exhausted its model, and it is not all about reform. The XXI century claims deep changes that will only be possible if a new organization is founded. This UN does not work. We have to say it. It is the truth. These transformations – the ones Venezuela is referring to- have, according to us, two phases: The immediate phase and the aspiration phase, a utopia. The first is framed by the agreements that were signed in the old system. We do not run away from them. We even bring concrete proposals in that model for the short term. But the dream of an ever-lasting world peace, the dream of a world not ashamed by hunger, disease, illiteracy, extreme necessity, needs-apart from roots- to spread its wings to fly. We need to spread our wings and fly. We are aware of a frightening neoliberal globalization, but there is also the reality of an interconnected world that we have to face not as a problem but as a challenge. We could, on the basis of national realities, exchange knowledge, integrate markets, interconnect, but at the same time we must understand that there are problems that do not have a national solution: radioactive clouds, world oil prices, diseases, warming of the planet or the hole in the ozone layer. These are not domestic problems. As we stride toward a new United Nations model that includes all of us when they talk about the people, we are bringing four indispensable and urgent reform proposals to this Assembly: the first; the expansion of the Security Council in its permanent categories as well as the non permanent categories, thus allowing new developed and developing countries as new permanent and non permanent categories. The second; we need to assure the necessary improvement of the work methodology in order to increase transparency, not to diminish it. The third; we need to immediately suppress- we have said this repeatedly in Venezuela for the past six years- the veto in the decisions taken by the Security Council, that elitist trace is incompatible with democracy, incompatible with the principles of equality and democracy.

And the fourth; we need to strengthen the role of the Secretary General; his/her political functions regarding preventive diplomacy, that role must be consolidated. The seriousness of all problems calls for deep transformations. Mere reforms are not enough to recover that “we” all the peoples of the world are waiting for. More than just reforms we in Venezuela call for the foundation of a new United Nations, or as the teacher of Simón Bolívar, Simón Rodríguez said: “Either we invent or we err.”

At the Porto Alegre World Social Forum last January different personalities asked for the United Nations to move outside the United States if the repeated violations to international rule of law continue. Today we know that there were never any weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. The people of the United States have always been very rigorous in demanding the truth to their leaders; the people of the world demand the same thing. There were never any weapons of mass destruction; however, Iraq was bombed, occupied and it is still occupied. All this happened over the United Nations. That is why we propose this Assembly that the United Nations should leave a country that does not respect the resolutions taken by this same Assembly. Some proposals have pointed out to Jerusalem as an international city as an alternative. The proposal is generous enough to propose an answer to the current conflict affecting Palestine. Nonetheless, it may have some characteristics that could make it very difficult to become a reality. That is why we are bringing a proposal made by Simón Bolívar, the great Liberator of the South, in 1815. Bolívar proposed then the creation of an international city that would host the idea of unity.

We believe it is time to think about the creation of an international city with its own sovereignty, with its own strength and morality to represent all nations of the world. Such international city has to balance five centuries of unbalance. The headquarters of the United Nations must be in the South.

Ladies and gentlemen, we are facing an unprecedented energy crisis in which an unstoppable increase of energy is perilously reaching record highs, as well as the incapacity of increase oil supply and the perspective of a decline in the proven reserves of fuel worldwide. Oil is starting to become exhausted.

For the year 2020 the daily demand for oil will be 120 million barrels. Such demand, even without counting future increments- would consume in 20 years what humanity has used up to now. This means that more carbon dioxide will inevitably be increased, thus warming our planet even more.

Hurricane Katrina has been a painful example of the cost of ignoring such realities. The warming of the oceans is the fundamental factor behind the demolishing increase in the strength of the hurricanes we have witnessed in the last years. Let this occasion be an outlet to send our deepest condolences to the people of the United States. Their people are brothers and sisters of all of us in the Americas and the rest of the world.

It is unpractical and unethical to sacrifice the human race by appealing in an insane manner the validity of a socioeconomic model that has a galloping destructive capacity. It would be suicidal to spread it and impose it as an infallible remedy for the evils which are caused precisely by them.

Not too long ago the President of the United States went to an Organization of American States’ meeting to propose Latin America and the Caribbean to increase market-oriented policies, open market policies-that is neoliberalism- when it is precisely the fundamental cause of the great evils and the great tragedies currently suffered by our people. : The neoliberal capitalism, the Washington Consensus. All this has generated is a high degree of misery, inequality and infinite tragedy for all the peoples on his continent.

What we need now more than ever Mr. President is a new international order. Let us recall the United Nations General assembly in its sixth extraordinary session period in 1974, 31 years ago, where a new International Economic Order action plan was adopted, as well as the States Economic Rights and Duties Charter by an overwhelming majority, 120 votes for the motion, 6 against and 10 abstentions. This was the period when voting was possible at the United Nations. Now it is impossible to vote. Now they approve documents such as this one which I denounce on behalf of Venezuela as null, void and illegitimate. This document was approved violating the current laws of the United Nations. This document is invalid! This document should be discussed; the Venezuelan government will make it public. We cannot accept an open and shameless dictatorship in the United Nations. These matters should be discussed and that is why I petition my colleagues, heads of states and heads of governments, to discuss it.

I just came from a meeting with President Néstor Kirchner and well, I was pulling this document out; this document was handed out five minutes before- and only in English- to our delegation. This document was approved by a dictatorial hammer which I am here denouncing as illegal, null, void and illegitimate.

Hear this, Mr. President: if we accept this, we are indeed lost. Let us turn off the lights, close all doors and windows! That would be unbelievable: us accepting a dictatorship here in this hall.

Now more than ever- we were saying- we need to retake ideas that were left on the road such as the proposal approved at this Assembly in 1974 regarding a New Economic International Order. Article 2 of that text confirms the right of states to nationalizing the property and natural resources that belonged to foreign investors. It also proposed to create cartels of raw material producers. In the Resolution 3021, May, 1974, the Assembly expressed its will to work with utmost urgency in the creation of a New Economic International Order based on- listen carefully, please- “the equity, sovereign equality, interdependence, common interest and cooperation among all states regardless of their economic and social systems, correcting the inequalities and repairing the injustices among developed and developing countries, thus assuring present and future generations, peace, justice and a social and economic development that grows at a sustainable rate.”

The main goal of the New Economic International Order was to modify the old economic order conceived at Breton Woods.

We the people now claim- this is the case of Venezuela- a new international economic order. But it is also urgent a new international political order. Let us not permit that a few countries try to reinterpret the principles of International Law in order to impose new doctrines such as “pre-emptive warfare.” Oh do they threaten us with that pre-emptive war! And what about the “Responsibility to Protect” doctrine? We need to ask ourselves. Who is going to protect us? How are they going to protect us?

I believe one of the countries that require protection is precisely the United States. That was shown painfully with the tragedy caused by Hurricane Katrina; they do not have a government that protects them from the announced nature disasters, if we are going to talk about protecting each other; these are very dangerous concepts that shape imperialism, interventionism as they try to legalize the violation of the national sovereignty. The full respect towards the principles of International Law and the United Nations Charter must be, Mr. President, the keystone for international relations in today’s world and the base for the new order we are currently proposing.

It is urgent to fight, in an efficient manner, international terrorism. Nonetheless, we must not use it as an excuse to launch unjustified military aggressions which violate international law. Such has been the doctrine following September 11. Only a true and close cooperation and the end of the double discourse that some countries of the North apply regarding terrorism, could end this terrible calamity.

In just seven years of Bolivarian Revolution, the people of Venezuela can claim important social and economic advances.

One million four hundred and six thousand Venezuelans learned to read and write. We are 25 million total. And the country will-in a few days- be declared illiteracy-free territory. And three million Venezuelans, who had always been excluded because of poverty, are now part of primary, secondary and higher studies.

Seventeen million Venezuelans-almost 70% of the population- are receiving, and for the first time, universal healthcare, including the medicine, and in a few years, all Venezuelans will have free access to an excellent healthcare service. More thatn a million seven hundred tons of food are channeled to over 12 million people at subsidized prices, almost half the population. One million gets them completely free, as they are in a transition period. More than 700 thousand new jobs have been created, thus reducing unemployment by 9 points. All of this amid internal and external aggressions, including a coup d’etat and an oil industry shutdown organized by Washington. Regardless of the conspiracies, the lies spread by powerful media outlets, and the permanent threat of the empire and its allies, they even call for the assassination of a president. The only country where a person is able to call for the assassination of a head of state is the United States. Such was the case of a Reverend called Pat Robertson, very close to the White House: He called for my assassination and he is a free person. That is international terrorism!

We will fight for Venezuela, for Latin American integration and the world. We reaffirm our infinite faith in humankind. We are thirsty for peace and justice in order to survive as species. Simón Bolívar, founding father of our country and guide of our revolution swore to never allow his hands to be idle or his soul to rest until he had broken the shackles which bound us to the empire. Now is the time to not allow our hands to be idle or our souls to rest until we save humanity.

Translated by Néstor Sánchez

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posted on Sep, 19 2005 @ 02:43 PM
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President Chavez's Speech to the United Nations. Friday, 2005-09-16

President Hugo Chavez :

Regardless of the conspiracies, the lies spread by powerful media outlets, and the permanent threat of the empire and its allies, they even call for the assassination of a president. The only country where a person is able to call for the assassination of a head of state is the United States. Such was the case of a Reverend called Pat Robertson, very close to the White House: He called for my assassination and he is a free person. That is international terrorism!



Basically he is calling President Bush a terrorist like Osama bin Laden.

How is this "War on Terror" is ever going to be won when we have heads of states declaring each other psychos ?

Anthony Perkins is the only true psycho. Period.




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posted on Sep, 20 2005 @ 04:08 PM
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Chavez believes Dubya tried to overthrow his government and prop up a dummy government. Since he is convinced of this I think it is well within his rights to call Dubya a pyscho. At times I think he has a few screws loose.




Hurricane Katrina has been a painful example of the cost of ignoring such realities. The warming of the oceans is the fundamental factor behind the demolishing increase in the strength of the hurricanes we have witnessed in the last years.

and...

Not too long ago the President of the United States went to an Organization of American States’ meeting to propose Latin America and the Caribbean to increase market-oriented policies, open market policies-that is neoliberalism- when it is precisely the fundamental cause of the great evils and the great tragedies currently suffered by our people. : The neoliberal capitalism, the Washington Consensus. All this has generated is a high degree of misery, inequality and infinite tragedy for all the peoples on his continent.

and...

I just came from a meeting with President Néstor Kirchner and well, I was pulling this document out; this document was handed out five minutes before- and only in English- to our delegation. This document was approved by a dictatorial hammer which I am here denouncing as illegal, null, void and illegitimate.

Hear this, Mr. President: if we accept this, we are indeed lost. Let us turn off the lights, close all doors and windows! That would be unbelievable: us accepting a dictatorship here in this hall.


the best parts of this speech, too bad it fell on death ears. the UN is doesn't work because its structure isn't democratic. there will never be an end to poverty and war in this world because this world is ruled by the vulgar few and those that aren't vulgar are treated like raving mad lunatics if they openly oppose the vulgar.



posted on Sep, 21 2005 @ 03:59 PM
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Hello everyone. My first post. Sorry for the long one. Theres' so much to say...My regards to all

Mr. Chavez’s only virtue: his incredible capacity to lie with a complete lack of shame and responsibility while accusing others of own sins.

Has been a lie that there where no public Services in Venezuela before him. They where free schools and Universities (not even Canada offers such) They where Public Hospitals and Services, that suffered dearly because of corruption but mostly because of Oil prices….$4 to $6 a barrel.

Today Venezuela’s Chavez runs a billionaire fiscal income, services are collapsing, patients die for basic as lack of oxygen (4 two weeks ago) . Cubans that are not doctors, try to impose a Cuban like regime. The Country is running down rapidly. Democracy that worked for more than 40 years is now managed by Cubans and Fidel Castro. Political prosecusion is viscious and real (check www.vcrisis.com.../200509152101)

Poverty increased, from 45% when he got in power to the actual 80% . Malnutrition is rampant, diseases long eradicated are back. Unemployment grows rapidly with the destruction of Industries and the invasion of private property, while the Government owns more than 85% of the productive land that has not been developed.

Meanwhile Chavez gives away Venezuelan resources with the sole intention of buying his grip on Venezuela. The country is now poorer, no maintained, no future, he’s also stealing the future. Check last study publishe by the United Nations. Chavez LIED to the U.N. KNOWING each and everyone in that 75% empty Assembly , knew for sure it was a lie.

I can tell you more about the noisy destructive clown, if you want to know the real ‘conspiracy’ that’s behind him, which has meant the destruction of a Country and will mean further tragedies for others.

Includes Electoral frauds availed by Jimmy Carter, as he’s done in other Countries. Big oil business from both Democrats and Republicans. If also means a political weapon against Bush inside the US the gain is double, while the media, mostly ‘liberal misinforming the American public and millions of Venezuelan’s money goes to journalists and many whiling ‘experts’ TO KEEP AMERICAN PUBLIC misinformed….I guess there will always be time to send more American Marines to die for the ‘freedom’ some irresponsible politicians and corrupted journalists had created. In this case is a maniac that lies with compulsiveness, managed like a puppet by Fidel Castro and linked with Extreme Islam and Guerillas, who’s arming himself and all the ‘anti-Imperialists’ to destroy what they call “The Empire”…all in America’s back yard and with ALL the money he can think of…and help inside the EEUU and Europe…..Another Saddam type, with the same corruption. A little group makes good money, political manipulation and gain …and many others pay for it.

And here the ‘vicious’ plan Balboa. You can look for it. One can only wonder why Ted Koppel was part of these pathetic joke. CNN interview Set. The 5th, he also said that by ultra intelligence report, he knew “all about” USS Battan……information is also available by the Navy on Internet. ThESE IS PATHETIC!

Quote: September 19: At Roger L. Simon's, commenter The Random Texan walks down memory lane:

Ah yes, Operation Balboa. I hadn't heard of that old chestnut in years. Chavez' "secret plan" for the invasion of Venezuela was a war-gaming exercise used to teach the basics of air component plans and operations to junior officers at the Air Force Squadron Officer School. I played that game back in 1980. As I recall, we did invade Venezuela, to support its legitimate government from a large cross-border insurgency, and had to watch our backs to keep the Cubans out of the conflict. The educational emphasis was rapid reaction; the whole planning and operations cycle occurred in less than 24 hours, since we were given pre-positioned forces in the Canal Zone(!). It was big fun, but only moderately realistic. I also recall reducing the Soviet Union to radioactive rubble the following week in another war-game.

If this is the first Chavez has heard of Balboa, he's getting screwed by his intelligence service.

May I remind you, Chavez has been president of Venezuela only since 1998







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posted on Sep, 21 2005 @ 04:35 PM
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Originally posted by Saphronia


Hurricane Katrina has been a painful example of the cost of ignoring such realities. The warming of the oceans is the fundamental factor behind the demolishing increase in the strength of the hurricanes we have witnessed in the last years.

and...

Not too long ago the President of the United States went to an Organization of American States’ meeting to propose Latin America and the Caribbean to increase market-oriented policies, open market policies-that is neoliberalism- when it is precisely the fundamental cause of the great evils and the great tragedies currently suffered by our people. : The neoliberal capitalism, the Washington Consensus. All this has generated is a high degree of misery, inequality and infinite tragedy for all the peoples on his continent.

and...

I just came from a meeting with President Néstor Kirchner and well, I was pulling this document out; this document was handed out five minutes before- and only in English- to our delegation. This document was approved by a dictatorial hammer which I am here denouncing as illegal, null, void and illegitimate.

Hear this, Mr. President: if we accept this, we are indeed lost. Let us turn off the lights, close all doors and windows! That would be unbelievable: us accepting a dictatorship here in this hall.


the best parts of this speech, too bad it fell on death ears. the UN is doesn't work because its structure isn't democratic. there will never be an end to poverty and war in this world because this world is ruled by the vulgar few and those that aren't vulgar are treated like raving mad lunatics if they openly oppose the vulgar.


Well, Mr. good guy Chavez….6 years ago despite being warned by experts a week ahead that more rain will cause a tragedy in Vargas, went ahead with Elections to illegally changed the Constitution despite it was poring raining for 3 days. Tragedy happened, no one knows how many died, maybe more than 200,000. But Chavez was no where to be found for more than two days. It was later disclosed he was in an Island with Fidel Castro celebrating the implementation of Castro’s regime in Venezuela.

He refused helped sent by then President Clinton, that was sent back from Venezuelan Coast, which meant more death and miseries.

Today, 6 years later and despite billions of dollars for help and reconstruction…the area is exactly as it was after the tragedy. The few that survives are still living as ‘damnificados’ and has been protesting all month for a decent place to live, just to get beat up by the armed forces…that’s while he gives away Venezuelan money….no further comments

I should also remind all, that the ‘document’ was in Venezuelan Ambassador hands (self acknowledgment as he complained it was in English) 4 days before Chavez yelled the 5 minutes remark.

The Document was approved with only Venezuela and Cuba opposing…because they are the ones that violated Human rights as a common practice.

He should indeed close the doors and do not act as a Democrat, because he is not?



posted on Sep, 21 2005 @ 04:52 PM
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I like Chavez as a leader. I think he's got the determination to change things and his straight talk is simply awsome. I mean what we need now is new ideas, and I think he's got some very revolutionary ideas.

And let me remind you "Venezuela" that the only reason why Chavez is still in power is because he has the support of a large portion of the Venezuelan population. He was basically put back into power by the Venezuelan people twice. You should remember the referendum against him:

"Chávez won the presidential election on December 6, 1998 with the largest percent of voters (56.2%) in four decades"

"59.25% of the vote was against the recall, for Chávez remaining in office."

"He is up for re-election in 2006, and recent polls suggest he has about 70 percent popularity."

Now what does that tell you? Do you really think people who are not please with a president would show that kind of support? I mean even Bush would love to have that support.

And you make things look grimmer than they really are, but if that's the way you want to see things, that's your problem. As far as I'm concerned, before Chavez came to power things weren't going very well, at least now the poor have some thing to be happy about.


'With Chávez's emergence, there have been many social and economic changes in Venezuela. The Venezuelan business community, represented by the Venezuelan Federation of Chambers of Commerce (Fedecámaras), strongly opposes Chávez and his policies, and the largest labor federation has joined them. Almost all of these policies run contrary to neoliberalism theory and are designed to benefit the poorer sections of Venezuelan society."

Lol, of course Chavez is the upper class' worst nightmare. But unfortunately the upper classes don't make up much of the Venezuelan population, the middle and lower classes do.

"the poor -- who make up around 60 percent of the country's population."

If anyone wants some factual information about this man check the following link, it pretty much explains everything he's done and hasn't done. And "Venezuela," you might want to read the land reforms and social programs section.



en.wikipedia.org...

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posted on Sep, 21 2005 @ 07:13 PM
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I wonder why is always the 'support' the only means to defend Chavez.....and when the support is based on a huge Electoral fraud....which other president once and again calls for the 'elections' to justify abuses?

He won the first Elections 7 years ago....apart from the fraud in the recall Referendum.....absentee has been the winner. Last Elections as high as 89%

No 'votes' never the less gives dictator powers to ANYONE, as for the situation in Venezuela.....right now...the chavistas are killing each other for power, while the rest of the Venezuelans watch and United Nations just published the cruel reality on Venezuelan poor.....he likes the poor....that's why he' making sure everyone in Venezuela is poor!

By the way not only many other pools say Chavez only has 25% support, but that one you've mentioned with the 70% support....also says 90% of Venezuelans are againts Cuban intervension.....one can only wonders, how do you separte both? Is that pool for real?


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posted on Sep, 21 2005 @ 08:00 PM
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"Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, whose Carter Center is among international groups monitoring the referendum, called it 'the largest turnout I have ever seen.'"

www.cnn.com...

"Venezuela's electoral authorities say an audit of the vote on President Hugo Chavez's rule found no proof of fraud."

news.bbc.co.uk...

"It is the third time that international observers have endorsed the result."

news.bbc.co.uk...

I guess we'll just have to wait till the next election to see how popular he really is. But I can assure you that there was no widespread fraud in that referendum, as the Venezuelans and the International Community found.


Originally posted by Venezuela
I wonder why is always the 'support' the only means to defend Chavez.....and when the support is based on a huge Electoral fraud....which other president once and again calls for the 'elections' to justify abuses?

He won the first Elections 7 years ago....apart from the fraud in the recall Referendum.....absentee has been the winner. Last Elections as high as 89%

No 'votes' never the less gives dictator powers to ANYONE, as for the situation in Venezuela.....right now...the chavistas are killing each other for power, while the rest of the Venezuelans watch and United Nations just published the cruel reality on Venezuelan poor.....he likes the poor....that's why he' making sure everyone in Venezuela is poor!

By the way not only many other pools say Chavez only has 25% support, but that one you've mentioned with the 70% support....also says 90% of Venezuelans are againts Cuban intervension.....one can only wonders, how do you separte both? Is that pool for real?


Dude, you really need to lighten up a little bit. Saying that "he wants to make sure everyone in Venezuela is poor" is something you can't back up, thus you shouldn't even be saying that in the first place. It seems to me like you're simply repeating what your parents say, or what you hear in the anti-Chavez channels, but I encourage you to take a more moderate point of view and make your decisions based on factual information, not simply repeat what you hear, because that my friend, is democracy in action.

Now, as far as I'm concerned I haven't seen those polls that show that Chavez only has 25% support. Could you enlighten me a little be here? Any links? Anything at all? Or are you just making this up?

I mean did you even bother checking my wikipedia link? Here it goes again in case you haven't read the article.

en.wikipedia.org...


Don't get me wrong though, I'm not trying to say Chavez is a saint. I'm just saying that he has some very promising ideas. And I really don't like when people go around making wild statements without backing up them up.

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posted on Oct, 10 2005 @ 09:13 AM
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Hello All,

I am a Venezuelan who is in favor of the current president unlike the person above who is using my country's name in vain


So so you all know, this is a typical oposition statement. They deny all the good that Chavez has done but present no proof of their statements. We can bombardment with tons of documents, link, testimonies but we have to take their word on top of anything because their word is prrof enough. If they say it is that way then it must be that way


Poverty in Venezuela was not caused because of Chavez and has not increased because of Chavez. The poor are actually living much better because of Chavez. He cannot make them all middle class in such a short time but he has dedicated himself to make sure they live better. Unemployment went down like 9 points last year alone, how can porverty increase like that? Venezuela has suffered a lot from the sabotage done by the opposition "democratic" parties like the Coup against the president and the General strike in which the oild refineries were halted to a stop. Once again it was the people who stepped in to rescue the oil industry and help out the president. To say that Venezuela is not practicing democracy at it's best or that there are fraud at the elections is the biggest lie possible. There are many international agencies, of which a few are actually against Chavez, to prove this.

There are tons of links and information available, unfortunately most of it is in Spanish. I do have the Video of the time of the Coup and how the people returned Chavez to Power in English in DVD, it is just a matter of leaving my computer online so other people can get it and share it.

Regards,
AJAG



posted on Oct, 11 2005 @ 08:56 AM
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Originally posted by shire19
This UN does not work.

Yep. That's true. It's just a useless den of corruption.


different personalities asked for the United Nations to
move outside the United States

Excellent idea! I'm be all for this.


Iraq was bombed, occupied and it is still occupied. All this
happened over the United Nations.


Ahhhhh ... here is one of his problems. He thinks the UN runs the
world and that all nations must bow down to it. Guess he missed
the part about WHY the UN voted against liberating Iraq ... all the
billions being paid in the OIL FOR FOOD scandal to the massively
corrupt UN Security Council members.



That is why we propose this Assembly that the United Nations
should leave a country that does not respect the resolutions taken by this
same Assembly. The headquarters of the United Nations must be in the
South.


And there you have it ... the suck up to the UN and then the
proposal that it move to 'The South' .. lemme' guess?? Venezuela?


What we need now more than ever Mr. President is a new
international order.


With you, Mr. Fruitcake, at the helm and the center of the New World
Order in your country? This guy is a ticket! He also says that
Hurricane Katrina was Bush's fault because Bush caused Global
Warming and of course that's what caused Katrina
. The
guy really should check with meteorologists before running off
at the mouth. They all have been saying that this is a natural
uptick in hurricanes that happens on 20 year cycles. But of course
those facts don't fit into his plan to take over the world.



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