Black People : Hopefully Africa will take a cue from Chavez and Morales

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  1. Ankhur

    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Eva Morales a real people's president and a man who has bucked the apartheid system of South American politics, by being one of the first First American presidents, has been vocal and powerful in nationalizing his nation's resources, and keeping out the new NWO hustle and con game;
    privatization of water.
    Also recently championing the cause of not just human rights, or civil rights, but,
    Mother Earth Rights

    Chavez in Venezuela has stood up to the World Bank, IMF, and Trilateral Commision, and pushed for the rights of those of African descent all over South America.

    Hopefully with the coalitions established between the AU and the SAU, there will be an exchange of modalities to involve everyday people on the continet of Africa in the process of economics, and the battle against neoliberalism, which has nothing to do with real liberalism, but is a defacto return to colonialism through debt enslavement of nations.

    Also hopefully our family back home will adapt as the indigenous population of South America have done, the strategy of forgetting our numerous ethnic differences for the benefit of a common defense against a common evil.

    We must be aware that those agencies and concerns opposed to any unity will be using the drug trade in cocaine and heroin , on both continents,
    to exacerbate efforts.
     
  2. bientempo

    bientempo Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Yea Chavez is just doing a great job. If not for shutting down any and all opposition, closing TV stations that did not 100% agree with him, Replacing the Court with his supporters. Creating treason charges against opposition members. He would not be in office, He will champion what ever gets him to the point to be leader for life. Chavez is the only thing keeping Evo an Daniels in office. If he goes they go.

    Yea our Latin Hero. Like I said in the other post you need to talk to Venezuelans, Bolivians, Nicaraguans. As your I believe you are in NYC ask they why they are there and if they have moved there since Chaves or Evo ask them why they moved if things are so great back home?
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    http://online.wsj.com/article/SB123871833695184867.html


    http://archive.newsmax.com/archives/articles/2001/7/3/141428.shtml
    Amomg the worst of Venezuela's problems under Chavez:
    • Crime. The crime rate has leaped by an incredible 80 percent since 1998.
    "Between 60 and 100 people are killed on an average Caracas weekend,"
    Ten thousand Venezeulans marched to the legislature earlier this month to demand tougher anti-crime laws.
    • Unemployment. It stands at 13 percent, with half of Venezuelans working less than full time.
    • Education. Chavez attempts to to politicize the educational system and his avowed admiration for Castro have driven tens of thousands to move money and families abroad, creating a significant brain and capital drain.
    • Government and land reforms Chavez promised have gone nowhere, and businessmen say that while he has tried hard to attract foreign investors, he has made it harder for Venezuelans to invest in their own nation.

    http://venezuelanalysis.com/analysis/4338

    http://www.stabroeknews.com/2010/editorial/02/12/problems-in-venezuela/
    In the richest of ironies, Venezuela, with its huge oil wealth and abundant hydroelectric power, is facing acute energy shortages, as blackouts have been affecting most of the country since December. Then, with the country suffering from a drought blamed on El Niño, the government imposed electricity and water rationing to prevent a collapse of the electricity grid as water levels behind the Guri Dam, which supplies most of Venezuela’s power, fell alarmingly. Rolling blackouts were imposed across the country and were only halted in Caracas in January by the President himself after massive street protests opened his eyes to the high political cost of the move.
     
  3. Ankhur

    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    good post and I hope you post more, and you have a right to quote from whatever news source right wing, conservative or progressive, but I understand that there are enough folks who have already done their own research nd have read and heard abot Morales at the UN, as well as understand why Chavez has been demonized by big busines, since in office
     
  4. thePreacher

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    Not surprising, Obama recently disrespected Morales and the entire people of Bolivia. Deploying the exact same modus operandi as all the white racists who sat in the Oval Office before him, Obama led Europe in an united front against yet another non-white nation:

    http://www.democracynow.org/2013/7/...ricas_european_colonizers_now_dominated_by_us

    Will Black America ever wake up and see Obama for who he really is? I think the answer is yes. But it will be a long time yet before that happens. Too many Black Americans are too invested in the self-serving fantasy that Blacks cannot be racist.

    With each passing day, Obama is disproving that myth.
     
  5. Kadijah

    Kadijah Banned MEMBER

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    Uh, you people are aware that Hugo Chavez is dead?
     
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