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Chavez Says, no new license for oppostion TV station

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posted on Dec, 29 2006 @ 07:24 PM
Hugo Chavez.
Our favorite "democratically elected" Dictator.
Is shutting down His country's second largest TV channel when their license to operate expires in March.
Trouble is, the stations head says that their license does not expire in March, or anytime in the near future.

I guess Chavez is not so lovable after all?

No more oppostion on the airwaves

posted on Dec, 29 2006 @ 10:40 PM
I found this very interesting.

Many media outlets, including RCTV, supported a bungled coup in 2002 and a devastating general strike in 2003 that failed to unseat the president.

I don't know about you but . . . if a TV station in the US starts to tell the people of the nation to get up in arms and take down the elected president . . . I doubt that they will stay in the media channels as long as that particular TV station has been allowed to stay.

Actually in the US they will all be arrested and brought on charges of treason.

Radio Caracas Television, which is aligned with the opposition, supported a strike against Mr Chavez in 2003.

They should be happy to live in Venezuela that they were able to do that and still stay in the air for three more years.

Because in the US they would have been in prison a long time ago as a threat to national security.

posted on Dec, 29 2006 @ 11:59 PM

I am pretty sure that CNN is still on the air.
So is Air America Radio (barely).


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