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 Jan 1 - Venezulan President Hugo Chavez is Dead
topic by Trolling - 01-01-2013, 07:10 PM


He is Clinically Dead , and will not be officially announced till after the 10th b/c in Venezuela's constitution it requires an election in the event the elected official is not able to be inaugurated in Jan 10th. Sorry for weak translation but the original article is in Spanish


Hugo Chavez entered in recent days in an induced coma , with very weak vital signs, maintained through the artificial a.ssistance procured the Havana hospital where he was admitted. Sources consulted by ABC said Monday that it had scheduled a next power of artificial support extending the life of the Venezuelan president . That disconnect, with results expected to die , could occur at any time.

Venezuelan officials say Chavez is still alive, although they seem to be preparing the country for the news of the death of the Bolivarian leader . His son and Minister of Science and Technology, Jorge Arreaza , said Chavez had reached the end of the year "calm and stable" . Meanwhile, Venezuelan Vice President, Nicolas Maduro , said Sunday that his situation was "delicate" .

For several days, the health of Chavezis considered critical , with its vital functions artificially a.ssisted following the operation he underwent on December 11 due to advanced cancer suffering and postoperative complications provadas by infection .

With constant fever, loss of consciousness and the antibóticos unanswered, Chavez came to the end of the year in intensive care, without eating anything solid since undergoing surgery three weeks ago, with "anus against nature" and due to intravenous feeding extraction of about half a meter of intestine , according to intelligence sources with access to your medical team. Also their respiratory functions were artificially a.ssisted after tracheotomy which was submitted by an infection that led to the retention of fluid in the lungs. That picture is completed with renal insufficiency .

In the operation conducted on 11 to remove her four crops of pelvis and bowel cancer , Venezuelan President were extracted 43.4 inches of small intestine. A biopsy conducted during surgery also detected cancer cells in the inner walls of the intestine and the bladder .

The operation, performed by a medical team arrived in Russia specifically, with the a.ssistance of Cuban doctors also found that bone metastases and spinal cord was progressing steadily. Normally this would have probably required an upcoming bone marrow transplant, but his condition deteriorated and so has not allowed more performances.

Hugo Chávez, en coma inducido - ABC.es


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 01-01-2013, 07:37 PMaway - #2
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Originally Posted by thug prayers
burn in hell you fat piece of sh*t.


died slowly and painfully from cancer. he got what he deserved.


ahmadinejad's f*ggot a.ss and khamenei are next. we wiping off these c*cksuckers from the earth.
 01-01-2013, 07:38 PMaway - #3
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Well Damm ...
 01-01-2013, 07:42 PMaway - #4
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Oh I forgot, Bush said he was bad, and he's such a good judge of character.

I hope they get a president who protects citizens and the natural resources.
 01-01-2013, 07:45 PMaway - #5
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damn
 01-01-2013, 08:24 PMaway - #6
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Originally Posted by hily
Oh I forgot, Bush said he was bad, and he's such a good judge of character.

I hope they get a president who protects citizens and the natural resources.
this. The news coming from leaders who do their own shady sh*t
 01-01-2013, 08:34 PMaway - #7
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News is being confirmed through multiple sources now .


Not sure above is photo shopped possibly.
 01-01-2013, 08:57 PMaway - #8
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He said the US was using a cancer causing weapon on South American leaders...
 01-01-2013, 09:25 PMaway - #9
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For those of you having some support for Hugo Chavez do you even know how much he has f*ed up Venezuela. Government 'checks and balances' has nearly been obliterated under his rule alongside his PSUV peers. Freedom of speech and expression are non-existent. Workers rights have been highly controlled (as expected under a socialist government). Not to mention human rights organizations have been outlawed via Chavez's policies.

Then there's the fact that violence has shot up drastically since he become leader. The rampant crimes are another method of control as the only ones doing anything are security forces with ties to the government. Though they usually target the innocent.

You mindless bobbleheads have no idea how horrible things are for the majority of Venezuelans on the wrong side of PSUV. Instead you bring up Bush as some stupid f*ing way to counter justified criticism of Hugo Chavez. I just hope you're trolling.

With that said, I second what D3iTy said.
 01-01-2013, 09:55 PMaway - #10
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Originally Posted by sflm
For those of you having some support for Hugo Chavez do you even know how much he has f*ed up Venezuela. Government 'checks and balances' has nearly been obliterated under his rule alongside his PSUV peers. Freedom of speech and expression are non-existent. Workers rights have been highly controlled (as expected under a socialist government). Not to mention human rights organizations have been outlawed via Chavez's policies.

Then there's the fact that violence has shot up drastically since he become leader. The rampant crimes are another method of control as the only ones doing anything are security forces with ties to the government. Though they usually target the innocent.

You mindless bobbleheads have no idea how horrible things are for the majority of Venezuelans on the wrong side of PSUV. Instead you bring up Bush as some stupid f*ing way to counter justified criticism of Hugo Chavez. I just hope you're trolling.

With that said, I second what D3iTy said.
damn this is the first non-Obama bashing post you have made in a while
 01-01-2013, 10:10 PMaway - #11
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Originally Posted by autoraptronix
He said the US was using a cancer causing weapon on South American leaders...
The man had some serious cancer .
 01-01-2013, 10:12 PMaway - #12
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RIP. Damn hate it had to be him.

Last edited by Drone; 01-01-2013 at 10:18 PM..
 01-01-2013, 10:16 PMaway - #13
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Originally Posted by sflm
For those of you having some support for Hugo Chavez do you even know how much he has f*ed up Venezuela. Government 'checks and balances' has nearly been obliterated under his rule alongside his PSUV peers. Freedom of speech and expression are non-existent. Workers rights have been highly controlled (as expected under a socialist government). Not to mention human rights organizations have been outlawed via Chavez's policies.

Then there's the fact that violence has shot up drastically since he become leader. The rampant crimes are another method of control as the only ones doing anything are security forces with ties to the government. Though they usually target the innocent.
Word...


And you are right, most pinheads got no idea about Hugo
 01-01-2013, 10:17 PMaway - #14
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so is gas going down or what
 01-01-2013, 10:22 PMaway - #15
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Originally Posted by "SS"
so is gas going down or what
up

 01-02-2013, 08:06 AMaway - #16
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Originally Posted by sflm
For those of you having some support for Hugo Chavez do you even know how much he has f*ed up Venezuela. Government 'checks and balances' has nearly been obliterated under his rule alongside his PSUV peers. Freedom of speech and expression are non-existent. Workers rights have been highly controlled (as expected under a socialist government). Not to mention human rights organizations have been outlawed via Chavez's policies.

Then there's the fact that violence has shot up drastically since he become leader. The rampant crimes are another method of control as the only ones doing anything are security forces with ties to the government. Though they usually target the innocent.

You mindless bobbleheads have no idea how horrible things are for the majority of Venezuelans on the wrong side of PSUV. Instead you bring up Bush as some stupid f*ing way to counter justified criticism of Hugo Chavez. I just hope you're trolling.

With that said, I second what D3iTy said.





Most folks have NO CLUE and if they were forced to live in countries with leaders such as these, they'd be begging to come back to the US.................
 01-02-2013, 08:10 AMaway - #17
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"anus against nature"
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CARACAS, Venezuela, Jan. 2 (UPI) -- Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is in an induced coma and on life support in a Havana hospital, sources told Spanish newspaper ABC.

At the same time, Vice President Nicolas Maduro urged Venezuelans not to believe rumors about Chavez's health. He told Venezuelan broadcaster Telesur Chavez was "aware of the complex and delicate situation he is going through" and said Chavez had "the same strength as always" when Maduro visited him the past few days.

Maduro said Chavez squeezed his left hand "strongly" before Maduro left the hospital room.

Maduro, his wife, Attorney General Cilia Flores, and Chavez family members arrived in Havana Saturday.

Maduro, 50, told the broadcaster in the recorded interview broadcast Tuesday night Chavez told him to return to Caracas, the capital, Wednesday "to report the truth" about the 58-year-old president's condition, which he said the government has done "and will continue to do."

He didn't say what the truth was.

Sources told ABC Chavez was breathing through mechanical ventilation and being fed intravenously and rectally, and Russian doctors treating him said his kidneys were failing.

The doctors were considering ending the life support, the newspaper said.

Maduro and other Venezuelan officials have referred only to Cuban doctors treating Chavez.

ABC is considered a newspaper of record in Spain, along with El Pais and El Mundo, although it is known for generally supporting conservative political views. Chavez considers himself a socialist aligned with the communist governments of Fidel and Raul Castro in Cuba.

Venezuelan Information Minister Ernesto Villegas said earlier Tuesday Chavez congratulated the Cuban people on the 54th anniversary of Fidel Castro's Jan. 1, 1959, ouster of Cuban dictator Fulgencio Batista.

Chavez, who hasn't been seen in public since his fourth cancer-related surgery Dec. 11, suffered "new complications" after a respiratory infection and was in "delicate" health, Maduro said in a separate TV broadcast from Havana Sunday night.

Chavez declared himself fully recovered from the unspecified cancer July 9, 2012, three months before an October election in which he sought another six-year term. He warned if an opposition candidate wins the presidency, it would mean an end to social reforms and national civil war.

Chavez won his fourth term Oct. 7, defeating center-right opposition candidate Henrique Capriles, the governor of Miranda, one of the country's most populous states, which includes part of Caracas.

Before going to Cuba for his latest surgery, Chavez designated Maduro as his successor if he should prove unable to continue to lead the country.

Chavez is scheduled to be inaugurated for his third term Jan. 10.

National a.ssembly President Diosdado Cabello has said the swearing-in ceremony would be postponed if Chavez can't make it. But opposition leaders say postponing the inauguration would be unconstitutional.

Government officials say the constitution makes no provision for what happens if a president-elect cannot take office on inauguration day.

The constitution does say in the case of an "absolute absence" of the president, elections must be held within 30 days.

A former Venezuelan defense and foreign affairs minister who served in the 1990s under President Carlos Andres Perez, before Chavez came to power, said in a newspaper opinion piece he expected ruling party officials would do anything to stay in power, including staging a coup if an opposition candidate wins a future presidential election.

"They may try to flagrantly violate the constitution by using one of the many legal tricks that they have used, or if not possible this way, simply by using stark force," Fernando Ochoa Antich said in Venezuela's El Universal newspaper.

"The ethical justification is the same as always -- to preserve the revolution, as if that word would justify all the abuses of power that the ruling clique has submitted Venezuela to since achieving power," he wrote.

In supporting his argument, Antich quoted Cabello as saying Dec. 26 Venezuela's rulers would defend their power "with our knee on the ground, arms on our shoulders and bayonets c*cked." And he quoted Defense Minister Diego Molero Bellavia as saying Dec. 24 the armed forces "already know what to do -- to be fully prepared for the purposes of continuing the path set ideologically 14 years ago by the leader of the Bolivarian revolution."
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Chavez my n*gga, but when its your time.
 

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