Posted 19 April 2009 - 10:00 PM
I think he is good for the poor people because he helps them very much( or am I wrong?) but I don't think that this is the way to become a rich country.
And he nationalizes some factories I think. ( thats what I hear in germany...)
Posted 19 April 2009 - 10:06 PM
He tries to mask to people of his country, especially the most moneyless, that he is a great leader, and he wants that everyone in his country have the same life style as the others, like a socialism.
Well, a lot of people alredy notice that he is just a fake, just like the others populist leaders that appeared around the world. Just like our President Lula.
He is a populist as well, that pretends that invest on the lowest class of the country, but acctually is a fake either.
Populist leaders are backing in south america just because here, the education level never reached a nice patamar. So, this fake politition of " Well care of low classes people ", that acctualy, is just the best and easy way to remain as a leader on South America countries.
Maybe Chile can be an excepcion of these Countries. Because Chile's education level, of the population, is reaching a patamar that for long we dont see this kind here in South America.
No education = Easy to Populist Leaders engage.
Nice education for the population country = Very Less chance of Populist strategies illude the country.
But, neverthelass we know that Venezuela has some bad things that all the world knows, Brazill either, and USA has a lot.
Posted 19 April 2009 - 10:26 PM
Some really nice media coverage there, makes you think twice about what you see on the tv doesn't it?
Well the US supported all that.
Did I mention they want oil?
Posted 19 April 2009 - 10:37 PM
I like the initial assumptions about this post, from someone who admitted to not knowing anything about it.
view of hugo chavez is bad
why is hugo chavez a bad leader?
Anyway, there is never anything wrong with diplomatic communications, no matter what the republicans think. Clearly the way of Bush, ceasing communications and threatening with war actions, was not a good way of handling it. Neat to know that the republicans (according to you) still think this is a good idea.
There are three ways of dealing with other countries:
1. Talk to them
2. Threaten/bully/attack them
3. Ignore them
3 is never an option. And if the republicans don't want 1, I assume they are for 2.
Anyway, it's well known that a weak education lead to an easily manipulated democracy. Didn't chavez just win some form election where he can now sit even longer as president? Well, I don't know enough about him or venezuel to say if he's good or bad, but he seems very keen on collecting a lot of power in his own hands.
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