US & Venezuela — 2017
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For the past fifteen years, the tactic of labelling Venezuela a “dictatorship” has been central to whitewashing a violent and undemocratic opposition leadership.
Even during relatively calm years between 2004-2012, when the opposition was much more divided between those who wanted to oust the government by force and those who preferred an electoral path, hundreds of Chavista peasant activists were assassinated by gunmen strongly linked to wealthy landowners.
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Venezuala
'Mission Inside the Barrio'
Neighborhood clinic
Thousands of Cuban doctors
providing free help
Eric Zuniga practices his rehabilitation exercises at a government neighborhood clinic named 'Mission Inside the Barrio' in Caracas, Venezuela, Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2006.

President Hugo Chavez calls it one of his greatest achievements: a public health system with new clinics, refurbished hospitals and thousands of Cuban doctors providing free checkups for the poor.

The improvements, funded by Venezuela's oil wealth, have given the poor more medical options, some receiving Western type medical treatment for the first time.

Picture: AP/Fernando Llano

A Venezuelan patient leaves a government neighborhood clinic named 'Mission Inside the Barrio' in Caracas, Venezuela, Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2006.
President Hugo Chavez calls it one of his greatest achievements: a public health system with new clinics, refurbished hospitals and thousands of Cuban doctors providing free checkups for the poor.
The improvements, funded by Venezuela's oil wealth, have given the poor more medical options, some receiving Western type medical treatment for the first time.
Photo: AP/Fernando Llano
No "mid-morning results!"
There are no "mid-morning results!"
The only source, and I use the term loosely, to claim to release early results was Enrique Mendoza, a premiere member of the opposition group Coordinadora Democratica [sic], hardly an unbiased source, and he was shot down when the government banned early results.
Perhaps you refuse to provide a source because none exists, or perhaps you're using the usual "reliable" source of the escualido opposition.
Either way, you're blemishing the record of the Independent by presenting a prediction as a truism.
The government has strictly and explicitly forbidden any early release of polling numbers.
When the figures are released, they will be in the form of percentages, not hard numbers.
What is Left wing authoritarian president?
Fourth, "Left wing authoritarian president?"   What the hell is that?
Is it because you're still working under a racist premise about Latin America that you can disparage a democratically elected leader?
One of the free
public hospitals
Thousands of Cuban trained doctors
providing free help
Patients rest on chairs as their wait for medical attention at one of the free public hospital in Caracas, Venezuela, Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2006.

President Hugo Chavez calls it one of his greatest achievements: a public health system with new clinics, refurbished hospitals and thousands of Cuban doctors providing free checkups for the poor.

The improvements, funded by Venezuela's oil wealth, have given the poor more medical options, some receiving Western type medical treatment for the first time.

Picture: AP/Fernando Llano

A Venezuelan patient leaves a government neighborhood clinic named 'Mission Inside the Barrio' in Caracas, Venezuela, Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2006.
President Hugo Chavez calls it one of his greatest achievements: a public health system with new clinics, refurbished hospitals and thousands of Cuban doctors providing free checkups for the poor.
The improvements, funded by Venezuela's oil wealth, have given the poor more medical options, some receiving Western type medical treatment for the first time.
Photo: AP/Fernando Llano
I'd humbly suggest that after tonight, we'd find that Chávez has more popular support than Tony Blair.
I'd like to see you describe him in such a way!
Independent, you need to be more careful in your reporters' screening process.
And enough with the "firebrand" bullshit already!
I've come to expect more, much more, from the Independent and the Observer.
Get your facts straight before you lose your credibility.
Report removed from the Independent web site
The report was removed form the Independent web site after Chávez's victory was announced.
Three men fire their guns towards people Monday Aug. 16, 2004 in Caracas, Venezuela. 

Several people were injured in the incident.

Picture: AP PhotoPeople treat a wounded woman who was injured when three men fired into an anti-Chávez protest in Caracas, Venezuela Monday Aug. 16, 2004.

Picture: AP/Leslie Mazoch


(left)
Three men fire their guns towards people Monday Aug. 16, 2004 in Caracas, Venezuela.
Several people were injured in the incident.
(right)
People treat a wounded woman who was injured when three men fired into an anti-Chávez protest in Caracas, Venezuela Monday Aug. 16, 2004.
Photos: AP Photo, AP/Leslie Mazoch
August 18, 2004      www.democracynow.org      AMY GOODMAN:
In Venezuela, the opposition to president Hugo Chávez has announced it will not take part in an audit of Sunday's vote where voters backed the Chávez presidency.
The Organization of American States and the Carter Center have deemed the vote free and fair but the opposition maintains massive fraud occurred.
Two injured Venezuelans are evacuated after three men opened fire at an opposition rally in Caracas, August 16, 2004.

Picture: REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez

Two injured Venezuelans are evacuated after three men opened fire at an opposition rally in Caracas, August 16, 2004.
Picture: REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez
The Independent shakes off yesterday's mistake, posts Reed Lindsay article on the victory
http://narcosphere.narconews.com      Alex Satanovsky       August 16, 2004
Ending hours of confusion, former American president Jimmy Carter, who helped monitor the referendum, endorsed the returns showing that the left-wing president had won the vote.
"Our findings coincided with the partial returns announced today by the National Elections Council [CNE]," Mr Carter told a news conference, and urged Venezuelans to accept the result.
Reed, a Narco News graduate as far as I know, knows his journalism well.
No ommissions of inconvenient facts, yet no jumping to conclusions.
The opposition protests the vote, but it is in conflict with the opinion of the international observers.
The people who fired on the anti-Chávez rally are only apparently pro-Chávez activists.
True news of Venezuala
True news of Venezuala.

As Venezuela's fascist-minded oligarchy conspires with U.S. imperialism to overthrow the democratically elected government of Nicolas Maduro, few in the U.S. seem to care.

Why Can't the US Left Get Venezuela Right?
As Venezuela's fascist-minded oligarchy conspires with U.S. imperialism to overthrow the democratically elected government of Nicolas Maduro, few in the U.S. seem to care.
Instead of denouncing rightwing violence that aims at regime change, many on the U.S. left have stayed silent, or opted to give an evenhanded analysis that supports neither the Maduro government nor the oligarchy trying to violently overthrow it.
Rather, the left prioritizes its energy on lecturing on Maduro’s “authoritarianism” and the failures of “Chavismo.”
In Detail: The Deaths So Far
Despite the heavy press coverage, there is significant confusion over how these deaths occurred and at the hands of whom.
In a bid for clarity, Venezuelanalysis provides readers with an in-depth and a complete account of the deaths so far below.
     clink here for venezuelanalysis.com/analysis/13081
www.counterpunch.org     by ROLDAN TOMASZ SUAREZ        The Crisis in Venezuela        December 2002
What Happened in Altamira Plaza
December 2002?
After a detailed coverage of the shooting at Plaza Altamira, commercial TV stations at once started identifying one of the suspects connecting him to the government of Hugo Chávez Frias via images conveniently shown to the public a few days earlier.
As in last April s coup attempt, the network of private TV channels has summarily judged, found guilty and condemned the President of Venezuela as an assassin based on evidence that was collected, shown and assessed by the print & broadcast media at their complete whim.
Allow me to doubt the legitimacy of this class of media tribunal and contribute some ideas, which, I hope, will throw a different light on what happened.
There are a number of important questions, which we could answer without having to appeal to any class of material evidence.
In the first place, who would benefit most at the moment if such events took place in Plaza Altamira?
Would it benefit the government or the opposition more?
Let us take a look.
Hugo Chávez Frias government has been persistently accused both nationally and internationally of promoting violence in Venezuela and of arming the Bolivarian Circles to repress opposition groups.
The events of Plaza Altamira lend themselves to be easily interpreted within the framework of these accusations and moreover, to reinforce them.
Simple conclusion: the government cannot benefit from such an event.
After failing spectacularly in its intent to force Hugo Chávez Frias' ousting from the Presidency by means of an indefinite general stoppage, the opposition seems to have discovered a new topic that it can use as a vehicle for its plans.
Obviously, the idea that Chávez Frias hunts down and kills his opponents seems good justification to try and topple him by any means, whether democratic or not.
Simple conclusion: the main beneficiary of what happened in Plaza Altamira is the opposition.
In the photo at left, an alleged supporter of Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez taunts people who were protesting againt the referendum victory of Chávez as he point his finger at them.

Moments later, the same man among with others, opened fire on the protesters killing a woman and injuring at least 3 others.

Later it was discovered the men were in disguise.

They were not President Chávez supporters.

Picture: AP/Leslie Mazoch and str

In the photo at left, an alleged supporter of Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez taunts people who were protesting againt the referendum victory of Chávez as he point his finger at them.
Moments later, the same man among with others, opened fire on the protesters killing a woman and injuring at least 3 others.
Later it was discovered the men were in disguise.
They were not President Chávez supporters.
Picture: AP/Leslie Mazoch and str
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