Chávez: A universal revolutionary

Chávez: A universal revolutionary
WITHOUT any distinction of political affiliation or geographic location, expressions of sorrow at the death of Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez continue, in a generalized acknowledgment of the architect of the Bolivarian Revolution and one of the principal promoters of an integrated Latin America and the Caribbean.

Chavez body to be put on permanent display
Up to 33 heads of state to attend Venezuelan leader’s funeral, amid plans to embalm body and place it inside glass tomb.

AP: Chavez Wasted His Money on Healthcare When He Could Have Built Gigantic Skyscrapers
By Jim Naureckas – March 07, 2013
One of the more bizarre takes on Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez’s death comes from Associated Press business reporter Pamela Sampson.

Chavez: Another CIA assassination victim
The Venezuelan president himself, before he died on Tuesday, wondered aloud whether the U.S. government — or the banksters who own it — gave him, and its other leading Latin American enemies, cancer.

Chavez: farewell to neoliberalism’s nemesis
Chavez proved that radical policies work and win support and that defiance of US imperialism is possible and popular – Chris Nineham writes on why he will be missed in every corner of the globe

Yo Soy Chavez, Tu Eres Chavez, Todos Somos Chavez
In the past hours my inbox is bursting with messages of condolences from El Salvador, Haiti, Chile, California, Oregon, Spain, Michigan, Italy, North Carolina, Costa Rica, Miami, Nicaragua, Japan, Honduras, and just about everywhere in between, expressing solidarity with my loss. The notes are profound and personal. It’s as though Chavez were my father.

West Has Positioned Proxies to Strip Venezuela to the Bones After Chavez’ Passing
Primero Justicia (Justice First) was co-founded by Leopoldo Lopez and Julio Borges, who like Radonski, have been backed for nearly a decade by the US State Department. Primero Justicia and the network of foreign-funded NGOs that support it have been recipients of both direct and indirect foreign support for at least just as long.

Chavez’s pal or US-backed rich kid: Who will inherit Venezuela?

Donald Rumsfeld must be indicted over Iraq militias
What he knew of detention centres is not the only point. He was in charge, and if he had a plan the militias wouldn’t have existed

Iraq reinforces in military presence on border with Syria
Government closes border crossing with Syria, sends in military reinforcements after cross-border fire killed Iraqi soldier.

Syrian Rebels Capture 21 UN Troops Along Israel Border
Demand Assad Govt Withdraw From Disputed Village Within 24 Hours

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