Category Archives: Huguito Chavecito
Canadian Bolivarians: Because SOME of us DO understand Venezuela. Dear Chrystia: Hi, you don’t know me from Adam’s housecat. I didn’t vote for your party, and I most certainly didn’t vote for YOU. But since your party won the last … Continue reading
Feliz cumple, Chavecito. Te amamos. Hasta la victoria SIEMPRE.
Holy fucking shit, get a load of Donnie’s chief spook here: Mike Pompeo, verbatim: “Any time you have a country as large and with the economic capacity of a country like Venezuela, America has a deep interest in making sure … Continue reading
Sorry, NOT sorry…because you know it’s true. Hey! Know how right-wingers are always going on about how small-L liberals are “fascists” because they give you dirty looks for saying the N-word, the C-word, and all those other things that aren’t … Continue reading
So peaceful. So pro-democracy. So… …very, very WHITE.
Put the kettle on, honey, because you’re going to be needing hot tea when you hear this: Yes, that’s right: Venezuela is planning to leave the Organization of American States! Aporrea has the story: Venezuelan minister of exterior relations Delcy … Continue reading
Three Venezuelan soldiers, now wanted for desertion and attempting to overthrow the government, appear in a video in which they state their intentions. Story via Aporrea: The government of Venezuela has called upon the government of Colombia to hand over … Continue reading
Oh joy, oh bliss, oh yay. Once more, a brave lone voice of democracy has spoken out against a country creeping ever so slowly yet steadily toward dictatorship. No, he’s not talking about the recent power-grab of Sultan Erdogan in … Continue reading
Venezuelan lawyer Ana Teresa Argotti stands behind a table covered with the materials found in her car following her arrest by Venezuelan federal police. Story, courtesy of La Tabla: A lawyer, Ana Teresa Argotti, “girlfriend” of the former Venezuelan diplomat … Continue reading
The Caracazo of February-March 1989 was just the tip of an iceberg. A peaceful protest against a government betrayal, just the latest since “democracy” came to Venezuela in 1958, met with violent crackdown. As the social order disintegrated, looters stormed … Continue reading