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Chavistas: They Think They Are Free

One of the best books about the Third Reich, Hitler’s Nazi Germany, is “They Thought They Were Free – the Germans 1933-45″ by Milton Mayer (1955). Using some enlightening excerpts I will compare Nazi Germany to Bolivarian Venezuela; the political strategy of Adolf Hitler to that of Hugo Chávez. A philologist who lived through Nazi

Chávez’s “Ragnarök” may be approaching

The countdown to the final destiny of Venezuela’s de facto dictator Hugo Chávez may well have begun in the high halls of heaven. His grand plan was interrupted prematurely by the totally unscripted heroic deed of Honduras, where the Attorney General, the Supreme Court, the National Congress, and the Military Forces, in an unexpected feat

Stalin värre än Hitler

Stalin var värre än Hitler. Den som säger nåt annat är okunnig. Och Gudarna skall veta att det finns många okunniga i världen. Tänk er Tyskland fyllt med statyer och hyllingsdikter för Hitler på allmänna platser. Så är det med Stalin i dagens Ryssland. I kalla siffror hade Stalin livet av långt fler oskyldiga än

Judefientliga Zelayaanhängare

Nyheten om judefientliga uttalanden i Zelaya-trogna radiokanalen Globo fortsätter att sprida sig som en löpeld runt världen. Dock har NY Times en propagandistisk formulering kvar, då de skriver “In phone calls to the media, Mr. Zelaya has charged that Israeli mercenaries had attacked the embassy with high-frequency radio waves and toxic gases. The de facto

Chávez’s Nationalistic Socialism vs. Hitler’s National Socialism

Venezuela’s president Hugo Chávez is leading a “Bolivarian revolution” to introduce “21st century socialism” in Venezuela and the rest of Latin America. Adolf Hitler lead the National Socialist German Worker’s Party (commonly abbreviated as the Nazi Party in English) which had on its agenda to nationalize industry in Germany. Chávez is actively nationalizing industry in