Former Panama Ambassador says Chavez is dead!

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  1. globaltreker

    globaltreker New Member

    Chavez Is dead Chavez Is dead”, Claims Former Ambassador Of Panama


    Thursday, 28 February 2013

    [​IMG]Denis Foynes- Former Ambassador of Panama to the Organization of American States (OAS), Guillermo Koches, has claimed that Hugo Chavez was disconnected from the life-support four days ago.
    Mr. Koches made the announcement on Wednesday in an interview with a Colombian television channel.
    Due to this, Koches forecasts that the declaration of new presidential elections in Venezuela will come very soon.
    According to Koches, he has confidential information to support his claims. Furthermore, the official added, Chavez's brain died four months ago. The politician said that the reason Chavez was delivered from Havana to Caracas was because the authorities did not want to disconnect him from the system in Cuba.
    "If I lie, let the Government of Venezuela simply show Chavez to everyone," Koches dared.
    Koches was discharged from the role of the Ambassador of Panama to the OAS, after he criticized the organization for its acceptance of the decision of the Venezuelan authorities to postpone the effective date of Chavez's return.
    Venezuelan authorities have not responded to the claims.
     
  2. Romeo

    Romeo New Member


    If he is really dead and the chavistas lose(very prabably wthout Chavez), then I think it is a very bad news for you. This time it will be the chavistas leaving the country with all the millions they have grabbled during the last 15 years. Bad news for you since you have been trying to scare off people from moving to Panama very systematically.
     
  3. nakedguydb

    nakedguydb New Member

    you must own a crystal ball
     
  4. globaltreker

    globaltreker New Member

    I don't think the fleeing Chavista's will think of Panama as their first choice. There are other regimes Like Argentina and Boliva who will welcome them with open arms. Of course there is Cuba also but after the poor medical care there killed chavez they will probably reconsider that option.
     
  5. Romeo

    Romeo New Member


    I doubt if they will consider Bolivia. The wealthy chavistas are fake socialists and they will choose Panama, trust me on that, specially if there is a PRD government here, which will be quite friendly to them.
    And I don't think that the poor medical care killed Chavez(if he is really dead). It's common knowledge that Cuba has excellent facilities and doctors provided that you have the money to pay for it, or you are well connected.
     
  6. nakedguydb

    nakedguydb New Member

    the survival rate for cancer treatment using radiation and chemotherapy in the USA is 5% , cuba really has well trained doctors , if someone is stupid enough to sign up for chemo and radiation then they deserve what they get , chemo is really mustard gas that they used in WW1 , , radiation does not know a good cell from a bad one when it is being used , and money will not buy you health .
     
  7. BalaBeacher

    BalaBeacher New Member

    Me thinks the honorable former ambassador spoke too soon

    The reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated.
    Mark Twain
     
  8. globaltreker

    globaltreker New Member

    [h=1]Cuban Medicine Killed Hugo Chavez[/h]By Joel Hirst
    Published February 28, 2013
    Fox News Latino


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    There is perhaps no worse political disaster for the government of Cuba than the death of President Hugo Chávez of Venezuela. After the Soviet Union collapsed and ceased to subsidize the Castro regime, the government of Cuba went through a very difficult period. That is, until President Chávez picked up the tab.
    While the real amount of the subsidy is unknown, Venezuela does send more than 115,000 barrels[​IMG] of oil a day to the refinery at Cienfuegos and pays for tens of thousands of Cuban doctors and sports trainers who are deployed all over Latin America. The true amount is probably significantly north of five billion dollars a year.
    If there was anybody that could expect the very best Cuban medicine had to offer, it was the Castro's five billion dollar man. This makes the upcoming death of Chávez that much more embarrassing for the Castros, because the velocity at which the strongman has deteriorated is due in no small part to the incompetence of the Cuban doctors at Cimeq - the hospital of choice for the communist party leaders.
    According to Dr. Jose Marquina[​IMG], who has become well known for having the only information on the Venezuelan president's condition that has proved over time to be accurate, the Cuban doctors are at least partially at fault for the Venezuelan leader's imminent demise. He has said that the Cubans misdiagnosed the cancer, treating Chávez with chemotherapy and other treatments designed for the wrong type of cancer. This made the disease resistant and impossible to treat, while causing other complications which affected not only Chávez's life expectancy but also the quality of what life remained.
    If President Chávez, with an unlimited wallet and access to the best Cuban medicine has to offer —as the VIP of Havana's Cimeq hospital, the hospital of the communist party leadership and Fidel himself — was assassinated by Cuban mal-practice, it begs the question what can ordinary Cubans hope for from their dilapidated dictatorship?
    For Americans, subject for years to endless waves of Cuban propaganda through movies like Michael Moore's "Sicko," among so many others, at very least we now know the truth about the island dictatorship's archaic medical infrastructure. Maybe now we can turn that particular page in Cuba's ongoing propaganda war.





    Read more: Cuban Medicine Killed Hugo Chavez | Fox News Latino
     
  9. Romeo

    Romeo New Member

    If your source was something like the New York Times or the Washington Post, I could have believed it, but Fox News Latino?
    Are you kidding me?
     
  10. nakedguydb

    nakedguydb New Member

    here is another good news source for you ,theonion.com
     
  11. globaltreker

    globaltreker New Member

    New York Times, Washington Post? Hmmm now I understand where your head is at!!!
     
  12. globaltreker

    globaltreker New Member

    [h=1]Protesters Call Government to 'Tell the Truth' About the Health of Hugo Chavez[/h]Published March 03, 2013
    Fox News Latino


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      A demonstrator with her lips painted with the colors of the Venezuelan flag attends a protest in Caracas, Venezuela, Sunday, March 3, 2013. Hundreds of protesters took to the streets of Venezuela's capital on Sunday, demanding the government provide complete details about the health of ailing Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)


    CARACAS, Venezuela – Once again hundreds of protesters took to the streets of Venezuela's capital demanding the government provide complete details about the health of ailing President Hugo Chávez.
    Protesters waving Venezuelan flags chanted "Tell the Truth!" while marching through eastern Caracas on Sunday as they accused government officials of keeping from the public a full account of Chávez's condition.
    At the same time, Chávez supporters staged their own rally elsewhere in the city.
    "They don't tell us the truth," complained Mildred Moreau, a 64-year-old woman who said Chávez isn't healthy enough to govern the country. "We feel that they are trying to trick us."
    The protest was staged a day after Vice President Nicolas Maduro said Chávez has been receiving chemotherapy while recovering from a severe respiratory infection.
    Chávez underwent cancer-related surgery on Dec. 11 in Cuba and has not been seen or heard from since, except for several "proof of life" photos released Feb. 15 before he returned to Venezuela.
    Officials have sent mixed signals about Chávez's condition, sometimes saying he's recovering and at other times saying he's battling for his life.
    Sunday's marchers joined university students who have chained themselves together near a Supreme Court office while also demanding a full account of Chavez's health and urging justices decide if he's healthy enough to remain in office.
    "We are going to stay here until they tell the truth, until they give an explanation about his state of health and say if he's in a condition to govern," said Johan Gomez, a 23-year-old university student with chains wrapped around his arms and waist.
    On the other side of the city, government supporters gathered in front of a stage to listen to pro-Chávez musicians and demonstrate their support for the socialist leader.
    "Here is the youth that represents the future of the fatherland," said pro-Chávez governor Tareck El Aissami.
    Referring to opposition-sided students, El Aissami said: "They represent the past."





    Read more: Protesters Call Government to 'Tell the Truth' About the Health of Hugo Chavez | Fox News Latino
     
  13. BalaBeacher

    BalaBeacher New Member

    Well, sounds like he dead now for certain!

    Maybe he was waiting to see the Dow set an all-new record before he passed!
     
  14. holl1

    holl1 New Member

    Died 25 mins ago.
     
  15. holl1

    holl1 New Member

    05:23 PM Murió el Presidente Hugo Chávez
     
  16. nakedguydb

    nakedguydb New Member

    yes he did not believe it was possible to pump the Dow that high with a printing press , as we all know it was not because of growth in the economy , . i think he thought it was the 8th wonder of the world . at least he got the countries gold home before he died , , seems to have been the smartest one in the group as now Germany is trying along with several other countries .
     
  17. BalaBeacher

    BalaBeacher New Member

    We can't all just bury it in our yard like you've done in the sticks of Pedasi. BTW, what's that address again? LOL
     
  18. nakedguydb

    nakedguydb New Member

    be sure you bring lots of guys , but only pay them a percentage , that way i get my yard dug up for nothing and it will cost you nothing when they go home empty handed , , but hey i did dig up 3 pieces of old clay pottery on my place , and i thought i was the first to live on this land , seems someone else camped here many years ago
     
  19. nakedguydb

    nakedguydb New Member

    or for $100 i will paint some hard boiled eggs gold and hide them for you , it will be just like easter when you were a kid LOL
     
  20. globaltreker

    globaltreker New Member

    What a glorious day!! That Socialist piece of shit is gone wooooooohoooooooo!!!! Calling all my Venezuelan friends...I'm buying;)!!!!!!
     

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