When you are challenged, so goes the saying, kill the challenger before he can do any more damage. Stalin, Mao, Pol Pot and most recently Castro accepted the challenge. They soaked the earth with the blood of their adversaries. To them this was a beautiful thing; they all loved the color red. One other color Maduro relishes is BLACK; black gold. Turning it into money is easy. This is the life blood of the dictator.
Venezuela ship millions of gallons of oil to the United States each year. To put the veritable squeeze on the Venezuelan killing machine is cut off the source of his power. Pull the switch, stop the oil from flowing. Trump can execute this inevitable and necessary step; doing so will put pressure on Castro’s puppet which hopefully ends in the overthrow of Maduro.
Fake elections aside, we remind you of the condoning of Chavez’s rise to power. None other than Jimmie Carter provided cover for Chavisimo’s ascension. Carter has recently undergone nuclear radiation therapy for brain cancer which was probably caused from radiation burn during his time in a nuclear submarine most likely causing him to torpedo the democratic process.
From Carter’s lips, “I would say the election process in Venezuela is the best in the world..”
Times have changed for the worst in Caracas, armed military control the streets, bashing opposition with clubs and bullets, Hundreds are dead having clashed with Maduro’s Tonto Macoutes. The recent sham vote which enables Maduro to run the country unimpeded will only bring more civilian clashes leading to more murders. Totalitarianism is now the soup du jour in Venezuela.
But make no mistake about it, Castro still lives in Venezuela. Yes, Fidel etal took control of the voting booth, passport issuance and identification papers years ago. Castro’s Cubanistas control the vital elections to this day. No way for any opposition leader to win.
FROM THE ATLANTIC:
It’s hard to pick the Venezuelan president’s greatest flaw. Which is more serious: his cruel indifference to the suffering of his people, or his brutal autocratic behavior? Which is more outrageous: his immense ignorance or the fact that he dances on television while his henchmen murder defenseless young protesters in the streets? The list of Nicolas Maduro’s failings is long, and Venezuelans know it; over 80 percent of them oppose him. And it’s not just Venezuelans. The rest of the world has also discovered—at last!—his despotic, corrupt, and inept character.
And yet … Maduro doesn’t really matter. He is simply a useful idiot, the puppet of those who really control Venezuela: the Cubans, the drug traffickers, and Hugo Chavez’s political heirs. Those three groups effectively function as criminal cartels, and have co-opted the armed forces into their service; this is how it is possible that every day we see men in uniform willing to massacre their own people in order to keep Venezuela’s criminal oligarchy in power.
Venezuela is caught in the throes of socialism’s depths, reminiscent of the Stalin era. Things are so bad that reports of cannibalism have occurred. True of not, the country is close to breaking apart; President Maduro and his provocateurs continue the Chavez revolution by the bullet. During the past week 29 protesters have died of lead poisoning, innocent victims executed in cold blood. According to Maduro and his socialist ideologues the people stand with Maduro. However, 80% or more of the people want to bring him to justice. Shortages are prevalent throughout the country due to Maduro socializing industry after industry. His iron fisted rule has caused foreign companies to head for the exists; seven hundred percent inflation is predicted this year.Note Nicolas Maduro in the background.
Maduro has brought the citizens of Venezuela to the boiling point. It is now or never. Governor Capriles is the opposition, but so far he has failed to bring Maduro down. The days are growing shorter in the Southern hemisphere, the nights longer and the knives sharper. The people of Venezuela need to (click)have courage and the will to BRING IT ON. There will be deaths but in every revolution innocent lives are lost. Patrick Henry said, “I know not what others may choose but, as for me, give me liberty or give me death.”
The anti-socialist opposition in Venezuela called for daily protests following the “mother of all marches” last week, and angry Venezuelans appear to have heeded the call, defying increasingly violent repression tactics from the Bolivarian National Guard (GNB).
President Nicolás Maduro has responded to the protests by attempting to return to business as usual, performing a “hip-hop” dance on national television and launching an educational initiative titled, “Urban Salsa Heart.” Maduro is the host of a weekly television show called Sundays with Maduro and the radio program Salsa Time.
In central Carabobo, protesters stormed a statue of late dictator Hugo Chávez Tuesday night, burning it to a crisp. While the statue remained standing after the incident, it was significantly damaged, photos showed.
Venezuela, Nicaragua, Cuba, Iraq and Turkey are the center piece of the Clinton/Obama Axis. Venezuela ex Chavisimo and his successor Maduro are the dictators that Obama has emulated since taking office, not to mention the ruthless Castro brothers. First step in the propaganda war is to get the press to debase your opposition while ignoring your illegal edicts. Second step involves the purging of the military elite, those who pose a threat to a coup d’etat.
Remember what happened in Egypt and almost happened in Turkey. With that behind you then the socialist war moves into the next step, this involves the justice system. By controlling justice the ruler no longer fears arrest; think Hillary Clinton. As we have seen during the past month, there is no justice when those guilty are not charged for crimes committed. The IRS is another example of the ‘get out of jail free pass card; liars both Koskinen and Lerner thumbed their noses at the freedom loving Patriots who are the only ones who stand in the way of a tyrannical takeover.
The only road block to a complete Socialist rule by force is one Donald J. Trump. As President he will no doubt appoint two, maybe three Supreme Court justices, those of the most conservative bent. A Hillary win will be a flashpoint to a civil war; all of our freedoms will disappear in a RPG flash. A Hillary presidency will involve the taking away of our guns, the squashing of the conservative press and the roundup and arrest of staunch conservatives on Trumped up charges. To prevent this type of slow moving cabal we need to exercise our vote on November 8, 2016. Trump’s message to “make America Great again” are just not words, but we expect him to walk the walk.
Triggering our memory for a second we use as an example the 2009 Presidential succession crisis in Honduras. The United States, Obama/Clinton, weighed in on the side of Zelaya, who at the time was the president of Honduras. He sought to change the constitution through referendum so he could run again. This was patently illegal. The United States backed the socialist tyrant. Moving forward a new president was elected, sworn in and Hondurans lived happily ever after.
The point here is that the Obama administration backed a soon to be dictator, Zelaya, to hold unto power. Please click here for the complete history of the events which led to the “so called coup.” Of course it wasn’t, the people of Honduras did what they had to do. Right now this is playing out in Venezuela where Maduro is on the ropes, but is delaying a referendum vote before January 1, 2017. This move will enable him to hold onto power.
CLICK HERE for the forces of evil demanding the ouster of Maduro. You might think that Madam Clinton and Sir Donald Trump have it out for each other, you ain’t seen nothing yet. Wait until the masses take to the streets and clean out the last vestiges of Chavez and his lap dog thug Maduro. Maduro by the way has carried out some of the most repressive anti-business measures in the past weeks which would make Marx and Stalin proud.
Things are not well in Venezuela, businesses have shut down and the government has basically taken over (stolen) those who have not produced what the government said they should. Of course this is all non-sense because the government has pressured industry under threat of seizure to bow to the socialist regime. Why produce when you lose money on every product. These businesses had no alternative but to shut down or go out of businesses.
Citizens are at wits end due to the lack of food. Protests have taken place in Venezuela after President Nicolas Maduro extended a state of emergency to combat the “foreign aggression” he blamed for the economic crisis in the country. The United States is always the bogeyman, “Yankee dogs” are always the ones at fault. Socialism is never at fault.
In Venezuela, a person is murdered every 21 minutes. In the first two months of 2014, nearly 3,000 people were murdered – 10% more than in the previous year and 500% higher than when Hugo Chávez first took office. Violence has erupted pitting socialists against socialists. Looting is common.
Union thugs are manning their posts, ready at an instant to levy ISIS type destruction on their enemies; innocents will also suffer. From Chicago to Hartford to cities in between, budgets are being busted at a rapid pace. States suffering from largess include Illinois and Connecticut; sooner or later they will face the unthinkable! The “B” word. Vengeful state unions are arming their members with vitriol diatribe. When layoffs occur to the union legions violence is a given.
Pensions and benefits layered on year after year are now so heavy that many states and cities cannot afford the old paradigm of tax and spend. Taxes are driving more of the productive to greener pastures thereby exacerbating the problem. Florida, Texas, South Carolina are reaping the benefits. Just yesterday it was noted that 10,000 millionaires left France for greener (means no tax) havens. Many have seen this smoldering fire burning for a while, but have ignored it; rating agencies are now lowering bond ratings of socialist city/states because of lower revenue expectations. There is only one way out of this mess, if not taken, we are looking at state and city wastelands, akin to the favelas of Brazil.At times Rio de Janeiro has utilized troops to temporarily occupy favelas such as seen here in the Complexo do Alemão during the 2008 municipal elections. This is the exception rather than the rule however, particularly with the establishment of permanent community police forces (the UPPs).
Click here for the Deadly Summer awaiting Chicago. It ain’t gonna be pretty folks. “I saw a man stabbing his wife in Chicago, its my home town.” Most of those growing up want to be “killers.” Passed down from father to son.
Never think that this can’t happen here; we are not an island until itself. Lying politicians using deceptive words have sucked the life blood out of cities and states with abandon; not to mention the 100 trillion dollar debt of Uncle Sam. The bottom line here, if there is one, be prepared for mass exoduses from Blue States to Red States – with Blue State implosions the military will be called in to quell the violence. Rabid dog populace will no doubt be on the lookout for red meat snatching and burning anything left in their path. The United States can print all the dollars they want, but will the rest of the world accept them? Socialist evil dwellers such as Chavez and heir Maduro promised more than they can deliver. The flames of revolution are brewing higher by the day, citizens looking for politicians blood because they have gone back on their word or stepped on too many when vaulting to the top spot.
Venezuela is in the throes of an economic meltdown; peasants cooking their leather shoes, making broth laced with field grass, The Red Blooded socialist citizens are calling for Maduro’s head, Venezuela leader gets emergency powers, Chavez’s hand picked successor has continued the revolution, chasing out the capitalists, entrepreneurs, doctors and those who work for a living; with them gone the economy has gone into a tailspin, tanking deeper than Chavez’s grave.Chávez meets with Hillary Clinton at the Summit of the Americas on 19 April 2009.
Venezuela has stolen the means of production, nationalizing industry after industry. Forget no inflation or slight deflation Venezuela takes the cake, 700% forecast in 2016. Murder by drug gangs, political opponents assassinated, robberies gone bad, knife attacks, what ever, the Chavista nation comes in second with 90 murders per 100,000; compare that to the U.S. with four per 100,000.
The past Chavez/Maduro voter have now reaped what they sowed, Socialism, the worst poison known to man. But please my fellow revolutionaries, don’t be alarmed at what is going down in Marti square, this is a dress rehearsal of what could happen here if the likes of Clinton seize the White House. A continuation of dollar printing will eventually break our bank too, it always does.
Although blood has not flowed in Venezuela as of yet, it soon will.. The army and national guard will no doubt bring it on. After all, smash and grab (actually there is nothing to grab) so it will be smash and burn as control for for levers of power will ultimately result in guerilla warfare once again. We hope most of us will stand by and let the Venezuelans delight themselves in the game of anarchy. Do you want hard currency? Put it on the internet, pay per view, this will bring in some hard currency; wouldn’t you say.
Dire straits mean dire action, we suggest they call Joe Kennedy for help, you can always count on him to return the favor. Interesting arrangement between Joe and Hugo is, well shall we say, very enlightening.
From 2009. Over the past four years, Citizens Energy Corp., the signature nonprofit founded by Kennedy in 1979 as a political launching pad, has grown from a local charity serving 10,000 Massachusetts homes a year into a national effort delivering free fuel to 200,000 households in 23 states.
And Kennedy, a former U.S. representative, has relied almost exclusively on Chávez, a vociferous critic of the U.S. government, for that growth.
Since 2005, Citizens’ 877-JOE-4-OIL campaign has been sustained by the oil fields of Venezuela. Chávez, who controls the industry there, has delivered crude oil at no charge to a Citizens affiliate, which has resold it and used the money to pay for oil deliveries to America’s poor. In the past two years, Citizens has been given 83 million gallons of crude by Chávez and sold it for $164 million – money used to fund almost its entire philanthropic mission.
(click here for Joe for oil) https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=KNE0os3f3VY
For Christians living in the United States, the majority, we hazard, respect the Ten Commandments, believe in the Constitution, worship freedom, liberty and the laws of nature, were shocked by the Pope’s terse anti capitalistic tirade while visiting Bolivia. The Latin American country is “ruled” by a ruthless dictator with a socialist bent, Evo Morales. Many citizens have disappeared under his rule. Quoting him, “In Bolivia the gringos no longer rule, the Indians do, ” wearing a jacket with the image of Argentine revolutionary Che Guevara. So once again we have proof that a picture is worth a thousand words.
We were not shocked by his invective, in your face anti-colonial hate speech is expected from the miscreant dictator who rules over a decaying rubble of a country with an imploding economy. Blaming others for your own failures is common among dictators; no where else to turn for excuses, the entrepreneur can never escape the blame of a skilled orator who gives the poor a license to kill the successful.
But what came next was astonishing, not shocking as we know from the Pope’s earlier diatribes, that he has turned the cheek and embraced the ideology of Marx and Lenin. A pure Jesuit is he. The Pope, by the way, drank some coca leaf infused tea, but as far as we know did not chew any coca leafs before speaking from the pulpit commanding the “globalization of hope” that would guarantee the needs of every person. And we might ask, guarantee by who? God! We recommend that the indigenous of Bolivia continue the chewing of coca leafs and all of your dreams will come true.
So the Pope, with the skill of a failed orator, urged his audience to “say ‘no’ to an economy of exclusion and inequality.” Truly Marxist-Lenin stuff. “In favor of an economy of Christian inspiration,” then he goes off the deep end by saying, “which would guarantee everyone not only the basics of land, housing and employment, but also access to education, healthcare, new technologies, artistic and cultural manifestations, communications, sports and recreation.”
Where does the Pope think all of these things come from? Apparently, capitalism was a forbidden word in his Latin American travail. The Pope forgot to add the most important item to the list, ” dinero, dorado. Perhaps the Pontiff forgot that these dreams of want are prevalent in capitalistic societies and they do come true. By his guarantee of them he sanctions violence in the “smash and grab thugs” that were let loose by Maduro in Venezuela. “Down with Capitalism is the Pope’s message.”
The initiated of this world would take immediate offense to the Pope’s Canonization of Hope. For those of us who live our life to the fullest endeavoring improving our knowledge, embracing successes, embellishing the fruits of our labor we remind the Pope that countries such as Bolivia and Venezuela are mired in poverty of their own making; embracing socialism is the cause of their despair not the coca leaf elixir that lifts the spirits of the people.
An added fact, newspapers that exist must tow the socialist Morales line or they are shut down in an authoritarian minute. Tea with Morales confirmed the Pope’s philosophy of transfer the wealth. We at the Tea Party do not know of any poor person to give one a job; we wonder if the Pope does.
Jimmy Carter is responsible for the pullout from Iran; it was he who ignited the Iranian revolution back in 1978. Failure to back Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi, America’s friend in the Middle East, Carter pulled up stakes which allowed the self exiled Grand Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini to seize power. Prior to Khomeini’s return, mass protests erupted, many deaths resulted, shocking the country and damaged any attempt at reconciliation between the Shah and the opposition. Khomeini immediately declared that “4,000 innocent protesters were massacred by Zionists“, and gave him a pretext to reject any further compromise with the government.Add in the taking of American hostages under the watch of Jimmy Carter allowed the Iranian Mullah power grab to cement the theocratic rule by the Supreme Ruler. Additionally, the American embassy was seized and 52 hostages taken which united the country. Not until Ronald Reagan rode into office did Khomeini take heed. After 444 days the hostages were released. From then on Iran became a soviet type state in the hands of the Revolutionary Guards.
Today we Barack Hussein Obama bowing to, subservient to, supporting, guiding, patronizing, cheering for and most of all lobbying for the Iranian theocracy. For the past two years the Iranians have played the North Korean card; negotiate in bad faith while developing the nuclear weapons you swear on Allah not to develop. Obama is another Jimmy Carter by allowing the Iranians to enter the nuclear club.
Israel will not allow this to happen negotiations fail this is obvious; even if there is a deal only to save face. Iran will continue to centrifuge its way into the nuclear age. Don’t expect Israel to sit idly by while all this happens. Expect an Israel missile to take out Iranians capability by leveling the Arak heavy water plant and the Fordow underground uranium enrichment facility. In essence the blame will lie with Obama for increasing the possibility of a nuclear confrontation.
A flashback to Jimmy Carter and the election of his friend in Venezuela, Hugo Chavez. By now everyone knows that the election which brought Chavez to a third term was a bygone conclusion – the fix was in. Jimmy Carter saw to it; with a warped mind bent on the destruction of capitalism Carter sanctioned the massive fraud. Did any freedom loving American believe that Chavez would cede power?
The Carter Center, founded by former U.S. president Jimmy Carter in 1982, is a non-profit human rights organization with a self-described emphasis on âseeking to prevent and resolve conflicts, enhance freedom and democracy, and improve healthâ around the world. Founder and former President Jimmy Carter recently stated âAs a matter of fact, of the 92 elections that we’ve monitored, I would say the election process in Venezuela is the best in the world.â Hector Vanolli, director of the Carter Center in Venezuela, says that the automization (is this a word?) of every step of the process, from pre-election voter registration, to election day voting, to post ballot tallying, along with its auditability, is what sets the Venezuelan electoral system apart from other countries.
As reported by independent media before the election; polls diverge widely, with some predicting a victory for Mr. Chávez and others showing a race that is too close to call, there is wide agreement that Mr. Chávez is vulnerable as never before. Handicapping the election is complicated by the angst felt by many Venezuelans that a vote for the opposition could bring retaliation. Adding to that anxiety, the government recently introduced a new electronic voting system that many Venezuelans fear might be used by the government to track those who vote against the president. Electoral officials and opposition leaders defend the integrity of the system, but there is significant distrust, and a big part of Mr. Capriles’s campaign has been to reassure voters that their votes will remain secret.
When the Venezuelan tyrant Hugo Chavez passed away back in March, one notably unctuous commemorative tribute came from former U.S. President Jimmy Carter. “Although we have not agreed with all of the methods followed by his government, we have never doubted Hugo Chavez’s commitment to improving the lives of millions of his fellow countrymen,” the statement,carried on the website of the Carter Center, intoned. Carter then praised the “positive legacies” of a man famous for embracing genocidal dictators like Syria’s Bashar al-Assad and Zimbabwe’s Robert Mugabe, before ending with a vague plea to Chavez’s successors to forge a “new consensus” in taking the country forward.
“Venezuela probably has the most excellent voting system that I have ever known,” Carter began, referring to the electronic voting machines that require voters to select their favored candidate on a touch screen, before collecting a paper receipt which is then deposited in a ballot box. Well, yes, we can all agree that technology is great. But it’s what you do with it that matters.
CARACAS— April 2013. Ruling party candidate Nicolas Maduro narrowly won Venezuela’s presidential election on Sunday, the electoral authority said, allowing him to continue the socialist policies of the late Hugo Chavez.
The National Electoral Council said Maduro won 50.7 per cent of the votes, compared to 49.1 per cent for his young rival, Miranda state Governor Henrique Capriles. It said more than 99 percent of the votes had been counted and that the result was “irreversible.”
Chavez, who ruled for 14 years, anointed Maduro as his political heir in his last speech to the country before succumbing to cancer on March 5.
That gave his former vice-president and foreign minister a huge advantage but Capriles narrowed the gap in the final days of the campaign and the result was much closer than many had expected.
Then there was this gem: “So far as I know, Maduro did get 1.5 percent more votes than his opponent, [Henrique] Capriles,” Carter told Oppenheimer, “and that has been substantiated by the recount of paper ballots.” And finally, the clincher: “Asked… whether Venezuela’s election process was clean, Carter asserted that ‘the voting part’ of it was ‘free and fair.’”
Actually, it was anything but. On election day, opposition monitors recorded around 6,000 violations, including red-shirted Chavista activists shepherding voters into polling booths, threats both physical and verbal against voters deemed to have opposition loyalties, and, most ludicrously, several polling stations in which Maduro’s vote was astronomically higher than that achieved by Chavez in the previous, October 2012, election, which the ruling United Socialist Party won by a comfortable margin of 11 points.
Contrary to Carter’s claim, there was never a comprehensive matching of the ballot papers to the votes registered electronically. There was, earlier this month, a cursory, partial recount whose sole purpose was to validate the original announcement of a Maduro victory.
“the Venezuelan government did not allow independent international election observers for the elections. It only allowed electoral tourists from friendly regional groups who arrived shortly before the voting.”
There are those who will say that however outrageous Carter’s views are, they don’t really matter. In fact, they do. Much of the Carter Center’s work involves international election monitoring, since, as the Center itself says, “more governments than ever recognize democratic elections as essential to establishing their legitimate authority.”What’s therefore shocking in the Venezuelan context is that Carter, whose organization didn’t monitor the April election, has now issued Maduro with a clean bill of health.
As a result, the chavistas now have even less incentive to admit observers to monitor the forthcoming municipal elections, currently scheduled for December. Given the likelihood that the opposition will attempt to turn this next contest into a referendum on Maduro’s rule, we can confidently expect a repeat of the violations of this past April. And we can be just as confident that Jimmy Carter will emerge, once the dust has settled, to assure us that the ballot was “fair,” “legitimate,” “free” and all the other words that give succor to those autocrats who decide what the result of an election will be before they hold one.