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° Shanghai Lil °
2007-03-09 05:33:54 UTC
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Chavez accuses Bush of hypocrisy
Thu Mar 8, 2007 10:54PM EST
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said on Thursday
George W. Bush should be given "the gold medal for hypocrisy" as the U.S.
president embarked on a tour of Latin America aimed at making new friends.

Leftist Chavez, Washington's leading foe in the region, is on a one-day
visit to Buenos Aires, where he will lead thousands of leftists on Friday in
a soccer stadium rally that will coincide with Bush's arrival in neighboring
Uruguay.

"You've got to give the U.S. president the gold medal for hypocrisy, because
he's said now he's worried about poverty in Latin America," Chavez told
reporters soon after landing in Buenos Aires.

"Now he's discovering ... after so many years that there's poverty in Latin
America, precisely when the U.S. empire is the principal culprit," said
Chavez, who routinely insults Bush.

While Argentine President Nestor Kirchner steers clear of Chavez's anti-Bush
rhetoric, both leaders question Washington-backed free-market policies and
share a vision of greater regional cooperation between leftist governments.

Venezuela has bought billions of dollars in Argentine debt and recently
bailed out an ailing Argentine dairy cooperative to keep it from being
bought by a private investment fund. They have also signed an energy
cooperation agreement.

Bush's five-nation tour, which began in Brazil on Thursday, is seen by many
as an attempt to counter the growing influence of Chavez in a region where
anti-American sentiment is strong, especially among the legions of poor.

In an interview with Colombian television on the eve of his departure from
Washington Bush trumpeted U.S. humanitarian projects in the region.

On Saturday, Chavez is scheduled to visit disaster areas in Bolivia, where
he has pledged millions of dollars in aid after extensive flooding and where
President Evo Morales is one of his closest ideological allies in Latin
America.

Chavez said he would discuss with Kirchner forming a body made up of natural
gas-exporting countries in South America.

"It's about Argentina (and) Venezuela -- and I'm sure Bolivia -- forming an
energy organization based on natural gas," he said.
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dapra
2007-03-09 15:45:42 UTC
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Post by ° Shanghai Lil °
Chavez accuses Bush of hypocrisy
Thu Mar 8, 2007 10:54PM EST
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said on Thursday
George W. Bush should be given "the gold medal for hypocrisy" as the U.S.
president embarked on a tour of Latin America aimed at making new friends.
Leftist Chavez, Washington's leading foe in the region, is on a one-day
visit to Buenos Aires, where he will lead thousands of leftists on Friday in
a soccer stadium rally that will coincide with Bush's arrival in neighboring
Uruguay.
"You've got to give the U.S. president the gold medal for hypocrisy, because
he's said now he's worried about poverty in Latin America," Chavez told
reporters soon after landing in Buenos Aires.
"Now he's discovering ... after so many years that there's poverty in Latin
America, precisely when the U.S. empire is the principal culprit," said
Chavez, who routinely insults Bush.
It is to be on full display of the Bush regimes disastrous foreign policy.

While Bush were greeted in Sao Paulo with burning of his effigy, and
4000 riot police to control the demonstrators, Chavez will be welcomed
as a rock star in Buenos Aires.

I'd guess for Bush, antagonizing the whole world is just a gain to drive
the Military Industrial Complex, and enrich his cronies.
Post by ° Shanghai Lil °
While Argentine President Nestor Kirchner steers clear of Chavez's anti-Bush
rhetoric, both leaders question Washington-backed free-market policies and
share a vision of greater regional cooperation between leftist governments.
Venezuela has bought billions of dollars in Argentine debt and recently
bailed out an ailing Argentine dairy cooperative to keep it from being
bought by a private investment fund. They have also signed an energy
cooperation agreement.
Bush's five-nation tour, which began in Brazil on Thursday, is seen by many
as an attempt to counter the growing influence of Chavez in a region where
anti-American sentiment is strong, especially among the legions of poor.
In an interview with Colombian television on the eve of his departure from
Washington Bush trumpeted U.S. humanitarian projects in the region.
On Saturday, Chavez is scheduled to visit disaster areas in Bolivia, where
he has pledged millions of dollars in aid after extensive flooding and where
President Evo Morales is one of his closest ideological allies in Latin
America.
Chavez said he would discuss with Kirchner forming a body made up of natural
gas-exporting countries in South America.
"It's about Argentina (and) Venezuela -- and I'm sure Bolivia -- forming an
energy organization based on natural gas," he said.
HD Radio Fan
2007-03-09 22:25:34 UTC
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Post by dapra
While Bush were greeted in Sao Paulo with burning of his effigy, and
4000 riot police to control the demonstrators,
Organised and paid for by Dictator Chavez.
Post by dapra
I'd guess for Bush, antagonizing the whole world is just a gain to drive
the Military Industrial Complex, and enrich his cronies.
...and to finally place the last vestige of Socialism/Communism on the ash
heap of history.

How many millions and millions more, 60,000,000? 80,000,000? 100,000,000?
have to die before ignorance of the failures of Socialism and Communism no
longer prey on the masses?

The Black Book of Communism...
dapra
2007-03-09 23:42:51 UTC
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Post by HD Radio Fan
Post by dapra
While Bush were greeted in Sao Paulo with burning of his effigy, and
4000 riot police to control the demonstrators,
Organised and paid for by Dictator Chavez.
But the US is too poor to organize and pay for it? We may just have to
ask our bankers to lend some more money. Knowing your political
orientation, I'd guess you have no idea who is, are our bankers.
Post by HD Radio Fan
Post by dapra
I'd guess for Bush, antagonizing the whole world is just a gain to drive
the Military Industrial Complex, and enrich his cronies.
...and to finally place the last vestige of Socialism/Communism on the ash
heap of history.
It's an idea backfired.
Post by HD Radio Fan
How many millions and millions more, 60,000,000? 80,000,000? 100,000,000?
have to die before ignorance of the failures of Socialism and Communism no
longer prey on the masses?
Until the uncontrolled Capitalism kills hundreds, millions of people.
HD Radio Fan
2007-03-10 15:50:34 UTC
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Post by HD Radio Fan
Post by dapra
While Bush were greeted in Sao Paulo with burning of his effigy, and
4000 riot police to control the demonstrators,
Organised and paid for by Dictator Chavez.
But the US is too poor to organize and pay for it? We may just have to
ask our bankers to lend some more money. Knowing your political
orientation, I'd guess you have no idea who is, are our bankers.
I'm sure your party, the Chinese Communist Party, will gladly step in like
they have in Sudan.
Post by dapra
Post by HD Radio Fan
Post by dapra
I'd guess for Bush, antagonizing the whole world is just a gain to drive
the Military Industrial Complex, and enrich his cronies.
...and to finally place the last vestige of Socialism/Communism on the ash
heap of history.
It's an idea backfired.
It's an ideology that failed and is dead!
Post by dapra
Post by HD Radio Fan
How many millions and millions more, 60,000,000? 80,000,000?
100,000,000?
Post by dapra
Post by HD Radio Fan
have to die before ignorance of the failures of Socialism and Communism no
longer prey on the masses?
Until the uncontrolled Capitalism kills hundreds, millions of people.
Please write a book about it. We are all waiting for your fanatical ideas
embossed in a Red Book.
Governor Swill
2007-03-11 23:03:51 UTC
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Post by dapra
Post by HD Radio Fan
...and to finally place the last vestige of Socialism/Communism on the
ash
Post by dapra
Post by HD Radio Fan
heap of history.
It's an idea backfired.
It's an ideology that failed and is dead!
Venezuela is hardly the last vestige of either socialism or
totalitarianism. And socialism is far from a failed or dead ideology.
Venezuela is not a communist state.

Swill
Governor Swill
2007-03-11 23:12:44 UTC
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Post by dapra
Post by HD Radio Fan
How many millions and millions more, 60,000,000? 80,000,000? 100,000,000?
have to die before ignorance of the failures of Socialism and Communism no
longer prey on the masses?
Until the uncontrolled Capitalism kills hundreds, millions of people.
Capitalism sometimes suffers from excess but it certainly isn't
'uncontrolled'.

Corporatism has become an important tool in international relations.
In the big picture it has the chance to provide the greatest good for
the greatest number globally. Like it or not, we are connected to
regional systems on a global scale and drifting towards truly global
systems.

Earth. One planet. Love it or leave it.

Swill
dapra
2007-03-13 05:39:46 UTC
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Post by Governor Swill
Post by dapra
Post by HD Radio Fan
How many millions and millions more, 60,000,000? 80,000,000? 100,000,000?
have to die before ignorance of the failures of Socialism and Communism no
longer prey on the masses?
Until the uncontrolled Capitalism kills hundreds, millions of people.
Capitalism sometimes suffers from excess but it certainly isn't
'uncontrolled'.
Capitalism was uncontrolled in the 19th century. The reason Teddy
Roosevelt could take them on.

From 1918 the fear of communism did control capitalism's excesses,
especially during the Great Depression, and it influenced the Great
Society of the sixties.

After the collapse of the USSR, there was, is a new hubris of
capitalists, that there is no limit to exploitation. But there is. In my
opinion the backlash started in Seattle in 1999.
Post by Governor Swill
Corporatism has become an important tool in international relations.
In the big picture it has the chance to provide the greatest good for
the greatest number globally. Like it or not, we are connected to
regional systems on a global scale and drifting towards truly global
systems.
Earth. One planet. Love it or leave it.
Wow! You seem to have no understanding of human nature.
Post by Governor Swill
Swill
Governor Swill
2007-03-13 05:03:05 UTC
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Post by dapra
Post by Governor Swill
Post by dapra
Until the uncontrolled Capitalism kills hundreds, millions of people.
Capitalism sometimes suffers from excess but it certainly isn't
'uncontrolled'.
Capitalism was uncontrolled in the 19th century.
That was then, this is now.
Post by dapra
The reason Teddy Roosevelt could take them on.
Sounds like the start of an interesting sentence.
Post by dapra
From 1918 the fear of communism did control capitalism's excesses,
especially during the Great Depression, and it influenced the Great
Society of the sixties.
After the collapse of the USSR, there was, is a new hubris of
capitalists, that there is no limit to exploitation. But there is. In my
opinion the backlash started in Seattle in 1999.
Coinciding with a minor correction in the system.
Post by dapra
Post by Governor Swill
Corporatism has become an important tool in international relations.
In the big picture it has the chance to provide the greatest good for
the greatest number globally. Like it or not, we are connected to
regional systems on a global scale and drifting towards truly global
systems.
Earth. One planet. Love it or leave it.
Wow! You seem to have no understanding of human nature.
I was being facetious with that last bit. Trade is dissolving state
borders. Atlantica, Eurasia and Pacifica might not be that far away.
The fight for final control of the southern hemisphere is still
ongoing.

Swill

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