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The head of the mafia Communist, Hugo Chavez, is the richest man in the world. Anyone, with the exception of the Jihad promoters Arab sheikhs, enjoys an annual capital of more than $200 billion dollars to do with him whatever you win. It is not surprising that its capacity of conviction flexing any. According to the economic data, Chavez invests barely a third of Venezuelan GDP in their country, with the rest promotes communism, supporting related Governments, extremist groups, and buying arms. It is for this reason that Venezuela is today among the countries poorest in South America, when before his rise to power and without the exorbitant current value of petroleum was one of the richest.

His extravagant personal luxuries are peanuts compared with the gifts that makes his allies to subdue about Latin America. Evo Morales much did billionaire before the entry to the Palacio Quemado, but the invoice will not charge easily. Bolivia is not Venezuela, ideological and geographically the country is clearly defined and divided. Nor is the same passive resistance of Venezuelans against Chavez that hardened Bolivians against Morales. Twenty-six years of democratic life in Bolivia are being destroyed and nobody wants to return to live under the rod of the Governments de facto, but Morales is de facto ruling! The Bolivian President and his supporters have two options: leave power peacefully and returning to their homes to enjoy their ill-gotten, fortunes that tradition nobody prosecute them, or face violently with the people. Nothing indicates that the President seek the first alternative.

Debts with Chavez forced him to resist until death as versa the revolutionary script. For similar reasons to those outlined, approximately 40 years South American peoples requested relief feeling powerless against communist abuses. Someone is still asking herself why beat the military?. josebrechner. com Biography short international analyst Biography Jose Brechner was born in Bolivia. He was Deputy – 1985-1989 – Ambassador, and a founding member of nationalist democratic action, centre-right political party. He chaired the Committee on foreign policy of the National Congress of Bolivia and acted as the official representative of the country at various forums and international organizations, including the OAS. During its activity Congressman was listed by all the press organs of Bolivia, as the best parliamentarian of the country. Columnist of opinion and political analyst with regular presence in prestigious newspapers in Latin America, North America, Europe and the Middle East, is the most widely read in the world Bolivian journalist. He participated in important television programs of the calibre of 60 Minutes and The MacNeil/Lehrer Report. Brechner is active supporter of private property, of the market economy and the freedoms and rights of the individual.