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Saturday, November 25, 2006

Photo of Thousands Protesting Hugo Chavez Makes My Day

The VCrisis Blog has posted a picture of a huge protest in Caracas, Venezuela today. The huge numbers protesting this clown made me happy. Fearing that many would be bussed into the city from all over the country, Chavez BLOCKED access into the city, but the photo shows clearly that his strategy did not work. Kudos to the anti-Chavez demonstrators who pulled off this huge embarrassment on Hugo.


  • At 3:57 PM, Blogger Malott said…

    With Chavez's thugs ever present, you know it took guts to participate.

    I hope this is the beginning of the end for this tyrant.

  • At 3:46 PM, Blogger Merete said…

    Ha ha Chavez won with a landslide! He is here to stay


  • At 4:16 PM, Blogger All_I_Can_Stands said…


    I did expect to hear from you on this. Is your comment directed to me or to the throng of thousands in the picture who did not want Chavez? Or to the thousands who could not make it to this demonstration because Chavez closed access to the city?

    Interesting that Chavez felt the need to turn off news broadcasts the night of the election. What a confidence booster that these elections were legitimate.

  • At 3:12 AM, Blogger Merete said…

    The comment was only meant in general to all of ya'll.

    Yeah, that is indeed a big crowd gathered in your photo here, but just remember that even more people support Hugo Chavez. You want to see that big crowd too? Why don't you post "The Revolution Will not be Televised"

    HUGO CHAVEZ ELECTED PRESIDENT OF VENEZUELA IN 1998, IS A COLORFUL, UNPREDICTABLE FOLK HERO, beloved by his nation's working class and a tough-as-nails, quixotic opponent to the power structure that would see him deposed. Two independent filmmakers were inside the presidential palace on April 11, 2002, when he was forcibly removed from office. They were also present 48 hours later when, remarkably, he returned to power amid cheering aides. Their film records what was probably history's shortest-lived coup d'état. It's a unique document about political muscle and an extraordinary portrait of the man The Wall Street Journal credits with making Venezuela "Washington‚s biggest Latin American headache after the old standby, Cuba."

    Watch it here

    All I am saying is that the people has spoken!

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