posted on Aug, 11 2009 @ 02:14 PM
Chavez has three nightmares.
The first is the fear that his people, minus a contrived mutual threat may examine him closer.
The second nightmare is that the CIA hasn't given up and gone away, and will continue in trying to topple him.
The third nightmare is closely associated with the second, in that he recalls all too well the lessons Allende learned the hard way in Chile.
South America has been a shining example of instable governments, and a long, continuous string of dictators or dictator wannabes.