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Discussion in 'News' started by Squall741, Dec 30, 2011.
Only if they have gone on /b/ lately
Does Venezuela even have Internets?
He need to die already.
To the title of this post: Yes, next question.
To Squall741: You're black, stop making news posts.
I hate all conspiratards
So just because I'm black I'm forbidden to use the irc and new posts?
Here's my divine answer to your request: NO and NEVER
JEWS DID LATIN LEADER CANCER
Is ok bro, your news post are cool.
Now for the real question.
anyone who finds it funny how retarded it is
Oh right that, i was thinking why anybody would care if latin american leaders got cancer as in concern for their well being and health.
Also, a well known figure from the History Channel has an answer to all this
What have you got against Chavez?
Honestly, I don't think he'll make for elections.
That guy just made Venezuela worst.
lol I was thinking the other day about this, all these leaders in southamerica are getting cancer, and of course everyone here will see like a dumbfuck chavez, and in someway is true, but I have to give it to the guy his good work creating jobs, decreasing poverty and trolling the Empire with some russian help.
Its too soon...just give a couple more years for the lulz
Nah he is getting old, we need another lolcow president.
Nice company, Bachmann:
No shit, I mean he's a socialist and everything. But who cares about Latinos/Catholics? I prefer somebody who mistreats Latinos/Catholics but spits in the eyes of America than somebody who grovels yet keeps his people prosperous.
They also have to be efficient at it. Gaddafi failed us. His death was better than he deserved for his failure.
hat you eat, what they give you to eat ... a little needle and they inject you with I don't know what,'" he said.
In his comments on Wednesday, Chavez also slammed Washington and its European allies for criticizing Russia's recent parliamentary elections - and said they were planning the same thing for Venezuela's presidential election in October, when he will seek re-election.
"They are crying fraud and saying the elections need to be re-run ... They're trying to destabilize no less than Russia, a nuclear power. That's the madness of the Empire," Chavez said.
"I say this because here in Venezuela, the Imperial Yankee, the local bourgeoisie, and a good part of what they call the opposition parties here, are preparing a similar plan," he said.
"I call on the armed forces to be alert, on the Venezuelan people to be alert. Because we are not going to let the Imperial Yankee destabilize Venezuela again like they did in the past."
Details about Chavez's health remain a closely guarded secret, although he now appears to be recovering and is making longer and longer televised appearances.
Earlier this month he made his first official foreign trip after his surgery, to a regional summit in Uruguay.
Since his return he has often appeared sporting something of a younger, new look: a dark sports coat over an open-necked maroon shirt, and is hair is growing back after chemotherapy.
It is far cry from the green fatigues and red beret that he became famous for wearing for much of his 13 years in power.
(Editing by Kieran Murray)