Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Why we must invade and DESTROY Venezuela

Because the government actually cares about and takes care of the people and dammit, that's un-American.

What in the hell is President Chavez thinking, helping push thru a Constitution that guarantees the rights to housing, education, healthcare, food, indigenous lands, languages, women's rights, worker's rights, living wages and a whole host of other rights that few other countries recognize on a national level.. and the right to a dignified life.

Doens't he know that in order to protect a nation's freedom, you must take away the people's liberty?

And we need to invade Venezuela because they have 24% of the world's oil reserves.

Nothing like a hot shooting war to distract the sheeple from the criminal activities, thefts and mass murders being perpetuated by the feds in their never ending series of 'wars,' like the 'War Against Civil Liberties,' AKA as the "Drug War."

Or the 'Wars for Wall Street and Israel,' which has now spread to Yemen. Or the other war the "Change" candidate has brought to our doorstep, the one he's declared against Pakistan where OBOMBA plans to start using drones to fire Hellfire missiles into Pak cities to take out those al Qaeda types.

The first and foremost important achievement during the Chávez administration is the 1999 Constitution, which, although not written nor decreed by Chávez himself, was created through his vision of change for Venezuela. The 1999 Constitution was, in fact, drafted - written - by the people of Venezuela in one of the most participatory examples of nation building, and then was ratified through popular national referendum by 75% of Venezuelans. The 1999 Constitution is one of the most advanced in the world in the area of human rights. It guarantees the rights to housing, education, healthcare, food, indigenous lands, languages, women's rights, worker's rights, living wages and a whole host of other rights that few other countries recognize on a national level. My favorite right in the Venezuelan Constitution is the right to a dignified life. That pretty much sums up all the others. Laws to implement these rights began to surface in 2001, with land reform, oil industry redistribution, tax laws and the creation of more than a dozen social programs - called missions - dedicated to addressing the basic needs of Venezuela's poor majority. In 2003, the first missions were directed at education and healthcare. Within two years, illiteracy was eradicated in the country and Venezuela was certified by UNESCO as a nation free of illiteracy. This was done with the help of a successful Cuban literacy program called "Yo si puedo" (Yes I can). Further educational missions were created to provide free universal education from primary to doctoral levels throughout the country. Today, Venezuela's population is much more educated than before, and adults who previously had no high school education now are encouraged to not only go through a secondary school program, but also university and graduate school.

Source: Information Clearing House

75% of the people show up to vote? Ever hear of those kind of numbers here in the USA?

Thanks to government funding, Venezuela is now free of illiteracy?

Wish it were so here in the states, but tyrants don't like having an educated people that can actually sort thru the static and pick out what's important.

8 comments:

  1. China and Venezuela sign a deal for 1 million barrels of oil a day, about the same as the US gets from them.

    Equality in exports.

    Bombs away.

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  2. Greg,

    is that guy trying to selling you some wal*mart knick-knacks in chinese? hehe

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  3. Greg,
    You might want to report this guy Garthstitch who's been spamming many blogger accounts with all sorts of phishing links.

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  4. It's Kanji, and the links lead to a site with a fake security cerificate. Even checking his profile endangers ypour computer.

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  5. Even checking his profile endangers ypour compute

    If it looks even remotely fishy, I don't touch the comment and rarely check the profile.

    Never know what kind of malicious troll might be lurking aboit.

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  6. Hey GB, I read that piece just the other day...kooky. Trolls, did I hear some say Trolls? I got the word from a mate that's still 'in the job', that a new wave of internet bashing has begun. The yids have thousands of sayanhim trolling everything - remember "they hate your freedoms", thanks 'Dubya', we thought you meant the Arabs, it's taken some people this long to work out the bearded one is a monty pythons Gif - watch for a new all CIAda/all MOSSaeda videotape to be released on an MSM TV near you.

    Build a Nativity scene - fuck with a zionist's head!

    Nameste

    PG.

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  7. Greg - excellent, as always.

    Do these retards think that anyone here cares about their goddamned pedophile links?

    New flash, assholes - no kid-touchers here.

    Chavez has made Venezuela what the U.S. used to envision - now we have people with brain matter made out of fecal chunks trying to convince you and I that:

    1. 80 grams of PETN can blow up a jetliner;

    2. ICTS is the most hard-working airport security company, ever! Just ask the 3,000 who lost their lives during the events of September 11th;

    3. Giving up liberty for non-existent security is the PATRIOTIC thing to do!

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