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Chavez: Another CIA assassination victim

“We know that the bankers who own the US government routinely try to kill any Latin American leader who refuses to be their puppet. We know that they have mounted thousands of assassination attempts against Latin American leaders, including more than 600 against Castro alone. We know that they have been experimenting with cancer viruses, and killing people with cancer, since the 1960s.
So if you think Hugo Chavez died a natural death, I am afraid that you are terminally naïve.”

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17 Thoughts to “Chavez: Another CIA assassination victim”

  1. Anonymous

    We have the ability to take Pat Robertson out, and I think the time has come to exercise that ability.

  2. Anonymous

    the small plane crash used to be a specialty, but it has become much too suspicious. dag hammerskjold, omar torillos, jaime roldos, paul wellstone, john kennedy jr. and many, many more. as you well know, beam weapons are suspected.

    nowadays "suicide" and "heart attack" have become active transitive verbs. "he was suicided," shooting himself 2-3 times in the back of the head, or "heart attacked", as we were told of pope john paul the first.

    but "cancered"–new technology there. gotta keep ahead o' them conspiracy theorists.

  3. Anonymous

    One of the most intelligent persons I have ever known was Dr. Donald Babcock, a chemist for the Republic Steel Corporation, one of the largest businesses in Ohio. In 1976 he was the American Party candidate for the US Senate in Ohio. One time we were discussing the death of Senator Robert Taft. Dr. Babcock stated that there were over 400 chemicals which could be used to induce cancer. To reiterate, this was almost forty years ago. I am sure that there has been great advancement, if you want to use that word, in the science of chemistry since then.

  4. Anonymous

    Thanks for caring . I buy my gas at Citgo, and i cheer everytime we stop .

  5. Anonymous

    See also: Dr. Mary's Monkey
    The show starts at approx. 0:03

  6. Anonymous

    Many thanks for your articles. So sad about Hugo especially since he looked so healthy last summer. I just hope his VP carries on his courageous work.

  7. Anonymous

    Ho Kevin :
    Thank you for this article

    We All prey for the soul of our
    beloved Hugo Chavez and are thinking
    to organise sit in with candles close to the vénézuélan
    Embassy in Paris

    Keep up the good work

  8. Anonymous

    Salam and shukran,

    Great article. It is great to see some real news from a real, dissenting voice.

    I just returned from a presentation at my university on torture and Guantanamo Bay. It turned out that the speaker, author of Terror Court, Jess Bravin, really was a mouth piece for the Pentagon and the administration. When confronted with Obama´s use of drones in the War on Terror, the speaker justified these assassinations as if the "terrorists" were rightfully murdered (not deserving of a conviction or trial). He also pretended as if these drone killings were carried out in isolation and not in urban areas that involved civilian casualties.

    When confronted with Bush being condemned as a war criminal, the speaker was outraged. He talked about the "thousands of deaths" attributed to Milosevic, or Assad. He assured us that the USA does not commit such atrocities. I thought, thousands? What about over a million dead Iraqis and what about the use of chemical weapons? What about the illegal invasion of Iraq and the illegal drone bombings within the borders of sovereign countries who have pleaded with the USA to stop.

    I am so tired of fake news. I want to hear the truth. Shukran for keeping it real, not to sound totally cheesy.

  9. Anonymous

    Nobody's perfect; No one can please everyone, not even part of the time. The greater the things you do, the greater your enemies. So, Chavez must have been doing great things. But it's also important to know, he was no saint. What about the ballistic missile launch site he had on the shores of the Caribbean? Missiles with the range to hit our country, and aimed there? The missiles were destroyed on the ground. Still, I cannot help a sense of loss because I admired the way he shot the bird to the establishment, and refused to be cowed by them. But, that comes at a price. I say it, and they blow me off. He says it as el presidente, and they give him a fatal cancer.

    I wonder, could they have thought of a more cowardly way to do someone in than that? I hate that they have the weapons they stole from the whole world to buy, and then use them against us. Like it very much appears they did on 9/11. We're gonna let them get away with that? I wonder if you have looked into what Dr. Judy Wood has been saying about what happened to the buildings and surrounding area at the WTC on 9/11. I have to say, a few years ago, it sounded cracked pot, but after seeing footage today of a column of one of the towers turn into dust and disappear, plus numerous other evidential observations she makes, the evidence speaks for it self, that it wasn't nano-thermite, nor was it Arabic jihadis with boxcutters. If they have the ability to make a building disappear, not just collapse, then giving Hugo Chavez a cancer with some unknown hi-tech weapon doesn't seem so far fetched.

    They'll do, and they'll do, and they'll do, but it's time for this to end. But first, we have to know, all of us, that we won't be able to survive them if we just let them continue. Keep up the good work. Every bit helps.

  10. I wish Venezuela had nuclear missiles capable of completely incinerating the entire USA, and everywhere else where banksters live.

    If it did, Chavez would still be alive, and the world would be a vastly better place.

  11. Anonymous

    It's maked me so sad!
    He was a national and popular president and good friend for Iran.

  12. Anonymous

    One thing I wonder about is why Cuba doctors, with their advanced medical system, have not tried and used alternative cancer treatments, such as ozone/peroxide, baking soda, guanabana, Burzinski, and other methods, on Chavez and cancer sufferers in general.

  13. Anonymous

    Please be careful Kevin. You know they do not like you, and they know that you know that. And it is not impossible that CIA has made cancer a communicable disease. Remember the reporter that asked Jack Ruby…"Hey Jack did they give you a cancer shot"?

  14. I think it's the people who AREN'T going all out for truth and justice who had better "be careful." It's one thing to risk a couple of months or years of life expectancy, and another thing to risk your eternal soul.

    Hugo Chavez is an eternal winner, and the people who killed him, and who aren't protesting, are eternal losers.

  15. Anonymous

    Hugo Chávez: Victim of US Germ Warfare?

    by Ron Ridenour / March 8th, 2013

    Venezuela Vice-President Nicolás Maduro said on March 6th, just hours after President Hugo Chávez death, that the US might have infected their president with poisonous bacteria. He also expelled two US diplomats for planning yet another coup with rightist anti-Chávez Venezuelans. Is the current transitional president crazy, as Western elitists claim?

    It is not as though the US never uses bacteriological warfare to murder, or attempt to murder its enemies—most having democratically chosen leaders—as well as spreading diseases that randomly kill or disable masses of people, kill their animals and destroy crops. Genocide!

    In July 2006, documents released by the United States government revealed that the CIA had plotted assassination. Dr. Sidney Gottlieb played a role in the CIA’s attempt to assassinate Prime Minister Patrice Lumumba of the Congo; he took a vial of poison to the Congo with plans to place it on Lumumba’s toothbrush in the summer of 1960. Gottlieb transported these ‘toxic biological materials’ to the CIA station in the Congo, though a military coup deposed the Prime Minister before agents could deliver the poison.1

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