Shop Mobile More Submit  Join Login
×




Details

Submitted on
November 23, 2010
Image Size
285 KB
Resolution
1500×1923
Link
Thumb
Embed

Stats

Views
5,098 (2 today)
Favourites
52 (who?)
Comments
94
Downloads
367
×
Real Change Poster by Party9999999 Real Change Poster by Party9999999
A poster for Hugo Chavez Socialist President of Venezuela, based on the stye of the Obama posters by Shepard Fairey
Add a Comment:
 
:iconsaint-tepes:
Saint-Tepes Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
He did change Venezuela, ONU ranks it the most corrupt country on the american continent and Caracass in a warzone, and failed to get rid of poverty and unemplyement but he did get fater in 14 years. Thanks Hugo and Socialism.
Reply
:iconalbertopoeta:
albertopoeta Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2014
De los presidentes que si hicieron algo por su pais
Reply
:iconpeshugadeposho:
PeshugadePosho Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2014  Student General Artist
CHANGE FOR THE WORSE

Reply
:iconarousor:
AROUSOR Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2013
I thought he hated the United States.

Red&Blue=USA ?
Reply
:icontheatticusnew:
TheAtticusNew Featured By Owner Dec 25, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
Well, to be fair, two of Venezuela's national colors are red and blue.
Reply
:iconbrutaliswaffen:
BrutalisWaffen Featured By Owner May 28, 2013
Oh, come the fuck on can't i look for a image of my glorious country without finding your bullshit!? EAT SHIT YOU BURGOISE SCUM!!
Reply
:iconthehouseofthedead4:
thehouseofthedead4 Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2013
ŋLes dejan usar internet en Venezuela?
Reply
:iconlukaercaiman:
LukaErCaiman Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2013
:iconsniperplz: chances are it will just get worse, mate
Reply
:iconyoung-stoaty-chap:
Young-stoaty-chap Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
"The devil was here"
Reply
:iconaibo2:
Aibo2 Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
He were one interesting man, I had a bellylaugh when he sent foreign aid support to the poor in Chicago. =)
Reply
:icondaviinc:
Daviinc Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
genial, un lider como pocos! Saludos desde Bolivar, Venezuela
Reply
:iconfedayn-roma:
Fedayn-Roma Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2013
you are featured on my journal: [link]
Reply
:iconparty9999999:
Party9999999 Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2013
Thanks very much.
Reply
:iconkhan-krum:
Khan-Krum Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2013
!Viva Presidente Chavez!
Reply
:iconandy23497:
Andy23497 Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
He's dead.
Reply
:iconkhan-krum:
Khan-Krum Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2013
Actually it does not work like that. He is more of an idea than a person you know.
Reply
:iconlerevolutionnaire:
LeRevolutionnaire Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2013
as usual, another awesome graphic, thank you!
Reply
:iconoverlord299:
Overlord299 Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2012
Yes! Support this conspiracy spouting, religious lunatic. what could go wrong?
Reply
:iconandy23497:
Andy23497 Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hello. My name is Andres U. Piletti. I'm 15 years old, and I live in Venezuela.

I see you chose to be a communist. That's fine for me. I believe in peace and equality, but I'm not a communist. But, you did something wrong.

Follow this guy.

He has turned my birth country in a hellhole. He literally steals money from us, and gives it away to other countries. I know he's trying to help, but Venezuela is his concern. Not other countries.
With him, poverty and violence has risen. Every week people die, get shot, kidnapped, brutally wounded, and he's not willing to do anything for us. He says that socialism will benefit all of us, but ever since that, i see no benefit.
My dad has to work twice as hard to get the money we need to buy food. Mom is unemployed because she had a surgery that left her on a wheelchair.
You can't leave your house without getting mugged.
The hospitals are literally falling down.
I believe in equality. But not this kind of equality where we all are not safe, struggling for a slice of bread, and living in the streets.
His family is living like kings and queens. I've seen pictures. Chavez' brother and nephew live in Miami, loaded with millions of dollars and huge cars, something the Venezuelan people will never have. When Justin Bieber came to Venezuela, Chavez forced the pop star to sing a private concert for her daughter.
plus this picture of Rosines, Chavez' daughter [link]

He said that being rich is bad. Yet he's living the wealthy life.

And doing nothing for his people.

I want real change. Not lies. Not the lies this man told us.

My name is Andres Piletti, and this man, Hugo Rafael Chavez Frias, has destroyed my homeland.
Reply
:iconbrutaliswaffen:
BrutalisWaffen Featured By Owner May 28, 2013
Listen to this girl.
Reply
:icongoliath-maps:
Goliath-Maps Featured By Owner May 3, 2013
Also, I'm very sorry you've had to deal Chavez wrecking your home. Most Socialists are people who live in the West and have had the good fortune never to actually have to deal with Socialists.
Reply
:icongoliath-maps:
Goliath-Maps Featured By Owner May 3, 2013
I have to agree with you. Communism sounds very nice, until its actually implemented. Stalin (a very devout Communist) killed more people than Hitler.

I think equality and fairness are important, but a Communist system will not achieve those things (unless its socialist in name only, like Labour Party in Britain). I think the Pie analogy works quite well here.

There is a Pie where everyone in the country takes a bite. The Rich take very large bites, and the poor take small ones. Communism seeks to make sure that everyone gets the same amount. Capitalism seeks to make the Pie larger. Capitalism is still hugely unfair, but it's the only system where the people who need help really get it.

America may not be the richest of countries, but for such a large country is unusually rich, and it is far better off than Venezuela or Russia. The only reason China is prospering (comparatively) is because it has begun to throw some socialistic principles.
Reply
:icondragonquestwes:
DragonQuestWes Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2012
Your views on Chavez are misinformed. There is hardly evidence to anything you've said.

You're getting a lot of your information from western anti-Chavez sources.

Venezuela has improved under Chavez if you've looked at this article.

Also, take a good look at this photo and tell me what you see about those who support Chavez and who supports Capriles.
Reply
:iconandy23497:
Andy23497 Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
And you're a fucking asshole who believes being poor, And working your ass off to get something and not getting it because it belongs to the people is good.

God Bless America, motherfucka.
Reply
:icondragonquestwes:
DragonQuestWes Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2012
No I am not. You don't get to decide if I'm a "fucking asshole" or not. It's not your place to call me that because of your feelings. You're PROBABLY a light-skinned midde-class/upper-class Venezuelan so don't pull this "you don't know me" bullshit. You have the privilege of being able to speak English and to use the internet so I find it hard to believe that you're suffering under Chavez.

The fact that you said "God Bless America" tells a lot about you. That you think it's okay for the US to bomb Middle Eastern countries. So give me a break.
Reply
:iconandy23497:
Andy23497 Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I am not okay with bombing middle east countries. I am fucking poor. He cuts off the energy of our house, and he rationates the water. That means we have water ONE HOUR A WEEK.

He banned may tv channels, and all we have are shows about him or Karl Marx or Fidel Castro and more political shit.

We have a broken down piece of shit car., and Chavez banned all new cars.

My uncle's been shot twice and kidnapped.

What the fuck is Chavez doing for us? Nothing!
Reply
:icondragonquestwes:
DragonQuestWes Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2012
Did you even read the article I posted? How poor? Poor enough not to be able to afford a computer and internet? If you're able to have a computer and internet, then you damn well should be able to buy food and water. I consider you middle class just like how I myself am a middle class gringo, because I have a laptop, Nintendo video game consoles and handheld systems, and a couple of TVs so you and I are on the same level overall. Also, this "water rationing" argument is a rather new one for me, but do you think this is the fault of the president?

You say that he banned many TV channels yet only 5.44% (Sept. 2010 estimate) of Venezuelans who watch TV watch state-run media.

I call bullshit on the car ban for one reason: What is this?

Who was your uncle kidnapped by? Gangs roaming the streets? He's still alive is he?

The only reason you're saying that he hasn't done anything for you is because you haven't or hardly interacted with Chavistas within your own country and you haven't bothered to ask what the president has done for them. I have talked to Venezuelans who have told me that the president has made the country a better place. Those Venezuelans I've talked with either support the President enough to have him re-elected or have no problem with him being re-elected. I've even came across one Venezuelan who's absolutely apolitical (meaning she neither sides with Chavez nor Capriles) and I will have to admit that she's made a good choice not to get involved in the drama. I'm sorry you have to put up with misfortunes but if you're even breathing at all, then that should be a sign that you should be grateful to be alive.
Reply
:iconandy23497:
Andy23497 Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I don't like him, okay? He's an evil man. He goes on chain speeches on tv that lasts hours and that makes people buy cable or satellite. Even the Chavistas do that. Even since I was a boy i was taught that communism is the loss of the things you earned with hard work. Commies are just a bunch of fools that will slowly fuck themselves and disappear on their own. Tell me one fucking country that lives well being communist, and don't say China because China is capitalist as fuck. I don't want to see the place I was born become a hellhole. See Cuba. Nobody is happy there. Everyone's poor! And Chavez wants Venezuela to become Cuba!

Why don't you want to open your eyes and see the truth?
Reply
:icondragonquestwes:
DragonQuestWes Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2012
No he isn't evil. He is not the devil. And it's absolutely ridiculous to claim that "Chavistas are annoyed by him." Whoever taught you that Communism is bad is lying to you. Communism isn't evil at all. But that's not what Chavez is. He is a Bolivarianist who uses aspects of Socialism to make Venezuela a more prosperous place. I have talked to at least a couple Cubans who will tell you that almost everyone in Cuba loves Castro except for the white/light-skinned expats living in Miami, the ones who've exploited and stole the wealth from the majority of the population which is why Fidel Castro along with his brother Raul and Che Guevara got together to overthrow the US-backed dictator known as Batista. Cuba is prosperous under Castro and Venezuela is prosperous under Chavez. You haven't lived under a dictatorship akin to Batista or Pinochet of Chile. Say what you will about the Castro brothers and Chavez, but I will continue to support them because they CARE about their people much more than you think they do.

You don't get to decide what is "truth" and what isn't because of your feelings. You are NOT telling the truth. You are just repeating what you are told by White/Spanish/Italian/light-skinned people who have this unhealthy grudge against Socialism/Communism/Marxism/Left-wing movements all because they're afraid that their wealth will disappear. You were taught to have this fetish for money and you need to let that shit go. Your concept of "hard work" is also misleading and misinformed because you don't understand that you were born with wealth, while most of the Venezuelan population had to struggle to get by because their poverty before 1998 was because your parents and grandparents PROBABLY exploited them.

When I was in high school, I would often question the accuracy of our US American media, because often they would demonize China (even though they ARE Capitalist as you said, but China's economic practices is not what we're discussing here), North Korea, Vietnam (sometimes), Cuba and Venezuela. Then at age 18, I have decided that I'm going to break away with the so-called "American Dream" because truthfully, I have seen the perspectives of the Chinese, the Koreans, the Vietnamese, the Cubans and Venezuelans. Many of them against US colonialism, many of them remembering what happened when democratically elected leaders like Salvador Allende of Chile were overthrown with help from the CIA. That is why I will continue to support leaders like Fidel Castro (even though Raul Castro is president of Cuba now) and Hugo Chavez and I have no intention of turning back.
Reply
(1 Reply)
:iconfgiardina:
FGiardina Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hay un Camino ;)
Reply
:iconandy23497:
Andy23497 Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Maņana a votar!
Reply
:iconfgiardina:
FGiardina Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Esta noche ganamos ;)
Reply
:iconandy23497:
Andy23497 Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
El coņoemadre hizo trampa. Otra vez.
Reply
:iconfgiardina:
FGiardina Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Coņo vale. De pana. Bueno, a seguir adelante :) Saludos desde Maracay.
Reply
:iconandy23497:
Andy23497 Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Pa'lante, comandante. Ojala te peguen un tiro o te de un infarto.

Saludos desde Maracaibo, pana.
Reply
:icondesign-smith:
Design-smith Featured By Owner May 11, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Nice one!
Reply
:iconamesho:
amesho Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Centre-Right Colombian President Santos already fixed the problem with the floods. Chavez already left people without work "to use that space for the homeless" and he didn't make a thing.

Conclusion, all talk no action. He needs to go.
Reply
:icondjini:
Djini Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2010
an awesome tribute mate :D
Reply
:icondmanm:
DmanM Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2010
wait, so is he going to give tax cuts to the rich as well?
Reply
:iconbhak1:
bhak1 Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2010
he looks skinny... lol
Reply
:iconbluessaurus:
bluessaurus Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
That's really cool. :)
Reply
:iconparty9999999:
Party9999999 Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2010
thanks
Reply
:iconbluessaurus:
bluessaurus Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
NP
Reply
:iconmotxuel:
motxuel Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
long life chavez! Uh ha Chavez no se va!!
Reply
:iconthe-necromancer:
The-Necromancer Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
Hugo Chavez is, while not strictly Marxist, an inspiring and successful leader to the People's Cause. Great tribute.
Reply
:iconlittketm:
LittkeTM Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2010  Hobbyist Writer
True
Reply
:iconchairmanlongjohn:
ChairmanLongJohn Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2010
Glad that you got the PSUV's symbol in the picture!
Reply
:iconparty9999999:
Party9999999 Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2010
thanks
Reply
Add a Comment: