Tuesday 5 March 2013


There will be more information to come. This is a breaking story. President Maduro has accused America of poisoning the beloved father of Bolivarianism in South America. This is an extremely sensitive time for South America, Venezuela being most aggressively attacked.

You will be missed Hugo Chavez, more than you can ever know.

But now as we say good bye we must gather our strength to support Mr. Maduro because there will now be elections held again in Venezuela within the next 30 days. Chavez' enemies are already calling for the election and rejoice the death of their foe.


By Tamara Pearson
March 5, 2013
Merida, March 5th 2013 (Venezuelanalysis.com) 

After two years of battling cancer, President Hugo Chavez has died today at 4.25 pm.

Vice-president Nicolas Maduro made the announcement on public television shortly after, speaking from the Military Hospital in Caracas, where Chavez was being treated.

Military and Bolivarian police have been sent out into the street to protect the people and maintain the peace. For now, things are calm here, with some people celebrating by honking their car horns, and many others quietly mourning in their homes.

Maduro made the announcement just a few hours after addressing the nation for an hour, accusing the opposition of taking advantage of the current situation to cause destabilization.

“Those who die for life, can’t be called dead,” Maduro concluded.

In Caracas, thousands of people have gathered in Plaza Bolivar and are said to be heading to the Miraflores Palace. Those gathered are shouting that “Chavez lives, the struggle continues,” “the people united will never be defeated,” as well as swearing that the Venezuelan bourgeoisie “will never return” to the Miraflores Palace.

Chavez supporters are also gathering in central squares across the country to rally together and mourn the death of their president.

Describing the scene in Caracas, Andromaco Martinez, stated that he was on the metro when he found out about the president’s death, “people began running everywhere”.

In Plaza Bolivar, “no-one is crying or praying,” he said, emphasizing that the Venezuelan people would defiantly defend the revolution.

“The struggle has already been ignited,” he added. 


  1. So They did him. They finally did him in.

    Just in case anyone had any remaining doubt about the murderous intent of the enemy now facing humanity this is incontrovertible proof.

    Carol A. Valentine

  2. Another brave leader of the Rebel Alliance has fallen to the evil empire. Rest in peace Hugo!

  3. Oh...and this is 2013, I think.

    1. OOOOOPsies... I was crying cos he had only died an hour ago .... ty for the OH so diplomatic red ink!

  4. Sad for Venezuela, sad for the world.

    Libya loses a great leader by Uncle Samuel's hand and now Chavez passes after a long fight with cancer. If there's 1 thing the US still exports, it is Cancer.

    Now there's a few jews eager to take over and bring the yiddish version of democracy to Venezuela. Should the people of that nation make a horrible mistake and elect one of those to Chavez's old post, 1 more nation will become an israeli outpost and another domino will have fallen.

    RIP Chavez. We need to find a way to educate the populace to get individuals with similar integrity elected in Canada and the US.

  5. "We know that the bankers who own the US government routinely try to kill any Latin American leader who refuses to be their puppet. We know that they have mounted thousands of assassination attempts against Latin American leaders, including more than 600 against Castro alone. We know that they have been experimenting with cancer viruses, and killing people with cancer, since the 1960s.

    So if you think Hugo Chavez died a natural death, I am afraid that you are terminally naïve.”


  6. now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of the conscience...jimminy

  7. A true leader never feared for big Power- bully's did his best until his death -and fought for the people's interest not like what we see around us theses days leaders around the world ..may God rest his soul in peace - Good Luck to Venezuela

  8. You people sound like Nazi's.

    1. You sound appallingly ignorant but that's ok. Thanks for dropping by.


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