Venezuela: Imperialist and Zionist threats

By Olivia Kroth

Source: Pravda

The more popularity President Hugo Chávez acquires and the better his re-election campaign advances, the more desperation is evident in his right wing opponent whom the Venezuelan crowds have dubbed “El Majunche” (Mediocre). He is ridiculed in many cartoons, satires and personal blogs, yet the threat he poses for the Bolivarian Revolution must not be underrated. The Majunche is supported by the North American would-be-imperialists and by Zionists of all shades.

In several speeches, President Chávez warned the population to be careful. Patria Grande reprinted one of his warnings, “The right wing opposition hates our people. They want to grab our natural resources and give them away.” He said he knows that CIA agents are busy in Venezuela, preparing the country’s destabilization.   Continue reading

L’AFP en flagrant délit de manipulation sur Chavez et Ahmadinejad

Par  Vincent Lapierre

Le 09 janvier 2012, Hugo Chavez recevait Mahmoud Ahmadinejad à Caracas. Dans son discours, le président vénézuélien a plaisanté sur la diabolisation des médias occidentaux, remarquant qu’ils imaginaient sans doute qu’un missile serait lancé depuis le Venezuela vers Washington. L’AFP a grossièrement manipulé les déclarations de Chavez pour transformer sa boutade en terrifiante déclaration de guerre.

Source: Investig’ Action

Iran, Venezuela slam Western threats

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (L) and Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez at the Miraflores presidential palace, Caracas, January 9, 2012
Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Venezuela’s President Hugo Chavez have censured the hegemonic powers’ persisting efforts to make war threats and impose sanctions against independent and developing nations of the world.

In a joint statement issued Monday in the Venezuelan capital of Caracas, the two presidents denounced all acts of terrorism in the world and called for collective efforts by the international community to counter the “sordid phenomenon.”

Referring to the ongoing freedom- and justice-seeking uprisings across the Middle East, Presidents Ahmadinejad and Chavez voiced support for the rightful demands of people in the region and denounced any foreign interference as the key element in aggravating regional crises.

The Iranian and Venezuelan presidents also expressed regret over the massacre of civilians and security forces in Syria, voiced support for the Syrian reform process and lashed out at global imperialism and the Israeli regime for their “blatant interference” in regional affairs.  Continue reading