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freeman 08-28-2005 04:33 PM

Hugo's Revenge
 
Here's a story that gave me a chuckle -- and a whole new appreciation as to why the neocons want to put a hurtin' on Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez through their Illuminati High Priest Pat Robertson:

Venezuela Offers Heating Oil to U.S. Poor as Winter Approaches

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Aug. 28 (Bloomberg) -- Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez offered heating oil to poor communities in the U.S. to bypass the middlemen he claims inflate prices.

Chavez, 51, made the offer during his weekly television broadcast, ``Alo Presidente.'' Chavez said 140 communities or groups have requested energy aid from the South American country since Chavez said earlier this week that Venezuela could help poor families in the U.S.

``We want to help the poorest communities in the U.S.,'' Chavez said. ``There are people who die from the cold in winter in the U.S.''

Citgo Petroleum Corp., the U.S. unit of Petroleos de Venezuela SA, may coordinate distribution, Energy and Oil Minister Rafael Ramirez said. Citgo has eight refineries in the U.S., as well as 14,000 affiliated gasoline stations.

Chavez and Ramirez didn't say how much heating oil might be offered.

``There is poverty in the U.S.,'' Chavez said. ``People freeze to death, people starve to death.''

Chavez, who became president in 1999 after winning the presidency in a landslide, has repeatedly attacked multinational oil companies as one of the causes of rising energy prices. Venezuela, the world's fifth-largest oil exporter, sends more than 60 percent of its 2 million barrels a day of oil exports to the U.S.

Chavez also said 150,000 Americans will be offered medical care to correct vision problems.

08-28-2005 07:13 PM

Re: Hugo's Revenge
 
High Priest!! Ding, ding, ding, ding!!

freeman 08-28-2005 10:25 PM

Re: Hugo's Revenge
 
I especially love the additional offer of free eye care for 150,000 Americans.
I assume that is to help the sheeple to finally see what enormous horse's asses Pat Robertson and the George W. Bush regime really are. :lol:

08-29-2005 12:07 PM

Re: Hugo's Revenge
 
High Priestess; donning your headress.

What role do the High Priestess' play?

freeman 08-29-2005 03:24 PM

Re: Hugo's Revenge
 
Quote:

What role do the High Priestess' play?
From what I hear, it's a very demanding job description...








08-29-2005 05:47 PM

Re: Hugo's Revenge
 
I guess a "silly" question deserves a silly answer.

!!LOL!!

I do understand that they are placed in positions of power; I guess what I'm really floundering over are memories from the past about, ME, specifically (OOOPS!! don't want to get off topic here and make it all about me raising the hairs on the backs of others), donning some kind of head dress, many different colors, almost like it was a hood and only cut outs for my eyes, but, "you are our little princess," etc. comes to mind.

I'm holding something in my hand.

Moving up the ranks; climbing the ladder; serving the government; government position and actually talk about occupying the White House somday; taking care of me for the rest of my life; never worrying about money, etc., etc., etc.!!

Charisma! That's what I had, or, so they said!

Okay, enough of that!!

freeman 08-29-2005 06:25 PM

Re: Hugo's Revenge
 
Sorry if I evoked an unpleasant memory, BlueAngel.

There is actually another chapter to this story, but I doubt whether it will ever transpire:

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Venezuela to seek legal action against Robertson

CARACAS, Venezuela, Aug 28 (Reuters) - Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said on Sunday his government would take legal action against Pat Robertson and potentially seek his extradition after the U.S. evangelist called for Washington to assassinate the South American leader.

Robertson, who later apologized for the remark, said he was expressing his frustration with Chavez's constant accusations against the administration of President George W. Bush.

"I announce that my government is going to take legal action in the United States ... to call for the assassination of a head of state is an act of terrorism." Chavez said in a televised speech.

The fiery left-wing critic of Bush's foreign policy who frequently charges the U.S. government is plotting to kill him, called Robertson "crazy" and a "public menace."

He said Venezuela could seek Robertson's extradition under international treaties and take its claim to the United Nations if the Bush administration did not act.
Venezuela to seek legal action against Robertson

I seem to recall this being attempted with Henry Kissinger after the shenanigans he and Nixon pulled in Chile during the Allende regime. Several international legal actions were filed and slowly vanished into the ethereal cosmos without a whisper of the evil Dr. K's extradition.

08-30-2005 06:44 AM

Re: Hugo's Revenge
 
Quote:

freeman wrote:
Sorry if I evoked an unpleasant memory, BlueAngel.

No Problem!! I'm trying to piece together the puzzle just as many others are only I have a personal one as well. Memories are not as debilatating as they were several years ago. Time heals all wounds!!

There is actually another chapter to this story, but I doubt whether it will ever transpire:

Quote:

Venezuela to seek legal action against Robertson

CARACAS, Venezuela, Aug 28 (Reuters) - Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said on Sunday his government would take legal action against Pat Robertson and potentially seek his extradition after the U.S. evangelist called for Washington to assassinate the South American leader.

Robertson, who later apologized for the remark, said he was expressing his frustration with Chavez's constant accusations against the administration of President George W. Bush.

So, here we go. Dissent from a foreign country against our President and a religious man calls for his assassination!! Who are the terrorists now??

"I announce that my government is going to take legal action in the United States ... to call for the assassination of a head of state is an act of terrorism." Chavez said in a televised speech.

The fiery left-wing critic of Bush's foreign policy who frequently charges the U.S. government is plotting to kill him, called Robertson "crazy" and a "public menace."

He said Venezuela could seek Robertson's extradition under international treaties and take its claim to the United Nations if the Bush administration did not act.
Venezuela to seek legal action against Robertson

I seem to recall this being attempted with Henry Kissinger after the shenanigans he and Nixon pulled in Chile during the Allende regime. Several international legal actions were filed and slowly vanished into the ethereal cosmos without a whisper of the evil Dr. K's extradition.
It all just disappears into thin air when you've got your people placed in all the important and critical positions. Super glue, anyone??

I guess Pat Robertson's followers believe GOD will forgive him for calling for the death of another man.

Thou shalt not kill!!

freeman 09-02-2005 08:33 AM

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...latest update: Hugo is among the first world leaders to offer aid to New Orleans hurricane victims.

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(09-01) 16:47 PDT CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) --

Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez is offering planeloads of soldiers and aid workers to help American victims of Hurricane Katrina, while at the same time taking aim at the U.S. government for its handling of the crisis.

Some critics on Thursday said Chavez, a leading voice for the Latin American left, seemed to be using the disaster to try to make the Bush administration look bad.

While confusion reigned in New Orleans, Chavez said the looting was to be expected under such circumstances.

"As more information comes out now, a terrible truth is becoming evident: That government doesn't have evacuation plans," Chavez said Wednesday night during a speech.

He called Bush "the king of vacations" and noted he had been at his Texas ranch and when the storm hit and didn't provide leadership. "There were many innocent people who left in the direction of the hurricane. No one told them where they should go."

A controversy erupted in another disaster situation in 1999 when Chavez turned down an offer for U.S. military engineers to come help reopen a main coastal highway following catastrophic floods and mudslides. He said Venezuela didn't need the Americans' help.


The U.S. government has yet to respond to Chavez's offer to send planeloads of aid, including 2,000 soldiers, firefighters, volunteers and other disaster specialists. Venezuela, the world's fifth largest oil exporter, also pledged $1 million in aid through its Citgo Petroleum Corp., plus fuel to help in hard-hit areas.

But Venezuelan commentator Ibsen Martinez, a frequent government critic, said the aid offer by Chavez seems to serve other intentions as well.

"He's trying to win a political game," Martinez said. "It's very astute."

Just as Chavez has been offering preferential oil deals to allies across the Americas, the aid offer and simultaneous criticism appear aimed at influencing international opinion and reinforcing support among the U.S. and Latin American left, Martinez said.

"I think he's speaking for the gallery. He's bragging," Martinez said, adding that sending aid to wealthier Americans could irritate some poor Venezuelans but that in general Chavez's remarks seemed aimed at putting forward a sympathetic face.

Venezuela is a leading supplier of fuel to the United States, though relations have been tense between Washington and Chavez, who says he is leading a "socialist" revolution and blames U.S. "imperialism" for many of the world's problems, from poverty to global warming.

Chavez's criticisms of the U.S. response to the disaster came two days after he met with the Rev. Jesse Jackson, who said he hoped their talks would help both sides cut down on "hostile rhetoric."

His government, meanwhile, has demanded U.S. authorities take legal action against conservative commentator Pat Robertson for suggesting on his TV program last week that Chavez should be assassinated because he poses a danger to the region. Robertson, founder of the Christian Coalition of America and a prominent Bush supporter, later apologized for his remarks.


Venezuela's Chavez Offers Hurricane Aid

09-02-2005 09:03 AM

Re: Hugo's Revenge
 
This is freakin' unreal. Aid for US in the wake of a Hurricane disaster!!!!

Gee, what happens after the BIG ONE????

Sorry, folks, you're on your own!!!


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