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Privatisation is Robbery by Party9999999 Privatisation is Robbery by Party9999999
Chavez may be gone. But he will never be forgotten.
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Kevin2097 Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2014  Hobbyist Filmographer
I thought he was bad but I was wrong.
CalvinCoolidge1924 Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2014
Can someone explain to me how this guy was a threat to the United States?
I’m American and I have no problem with him. If he wants to turn his country socialist, that is his business.
ComradeLither Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'm half-jokingly inclined to suggest it's fear his state will turn into a good example.

But beyond that, Venezuela never really threatened the US, just American (and other) businesses. As unfortunately businesses have become far too entangled in politics, the expectable happened.
CalvinCoolidge1924 Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2014
Well that makes sense.

I'm sick of business intermingling with politics.
ComradeLither Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Aren't we all.
Pandanaman Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
Chavez was a democracy hating authoritarian bastard but this quote is right.
MDV1 Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2014
Not while everybody in the country is starving while lived in incredible wealth. But I guess it's OK to do so as long as you spout the right party lines.
artneo151 Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2014
it is so sad that such good ideas were only a facade to hide the corruption of Chavez's regime and his ellimination of independent thinking media and how he fucked up Venezuela with what he did...

the problem with private owned health services and such, is that there is always corruption, private owned health, education etc is not inherently evil... but in the end it won't work because of corrupt idiots... the problem with Socialism, is that is normally used as a facade to some awful things (look at Castro and the Cuban People, who overthrew a dictator to let another rise)...
SolitaireMarauder Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2014
Sorry, but the current key problem of Venezuela is not corruption but incompetence. ANd corruption can very well come also to private business in the same level. The ONLY difference is that private business needs to pay for something that state has for granted: impunity. But as they are able to pay, its all the same. The problem of non-democratic regimes, however, is that they often privilege the loyal above the competent people. That is what happened to Chavez and why he named Maduro as successor.
TheSpikeAndKey Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Like Joe Hill Cesar Chavez who fought in their own time I know where I'm gona be right on that front line
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