Reading Books

“In 1977, at the age of twenty-three and with only two years’ experience as a lieutenant, Chavez decided to form his own revolutionary armed group.” This is from a book about Hugo Chavez. Notice he was a lieutenant in the Venezuelan army. It seems like the Germans send weaponry to Caracas from Lubeck. (December 28, 2020)

This is from a biography of Hugo Chavez. Notice the mention of a military base in Maracay. It’s controversial about weaponry traded between Havana and Caracas. “Castro visited Caracas in 1959, just after his victory over Batista, to thank the Venezuelans for their moral and practical support.” “A popular uprising had broken out in Caracas in January 1958, a year before Castro’s guerrilla victory. A revolt at the military base at Maracay west of Caracas (later to be the base from which Chavez launched his own coup in 1992) had been followed by rioting in the capital.” (December 25, 2020)

“The close friendship of Chavez with Castro, forged over the years…” This is from a biography of Hugo Chavez. Notice the mention of Havana. There is weaponry traded between Cuba and Venezuela. There are large natural harbors in both countries. Havana trades in peso and Caracas trades in bolivar. There are military academies in Venezuela. (December 24, 2020)

“The event that evening was a friendly match, designed to cement the close links developing between the two comandantes of Venezuela and Cuba.” This is from a biography of Hugo Chavez. Notice the mention of Havana. There are large natural harbors in both Cuba and Venezuela. There are tank driving schools in Venezuela. It’s controversial about weaponry traded between Havana and Caracas. (December 24, 2020)

“Venezuela may have the world’s largest oil reserves but years of underinvestment and mismanagement, plus added pressure from US sanctions, mean production is about a third of what it should be. About an hour along the coast from the beach, El Palito refinery encapsulates that demise. It is spewing thick black smoke into the atmosphere and the facilities look tired. It is a side of the economic struggles the government does its best to hide.” The BBC is reporting on Caracas. Notice this description of the economy. There are military academies and tank driving schools in Venezuela. Caracas trades in bolivar. It seems like the East Germans sent tanks to Caracas from the Gulf of Danzig. (December 24, 2020)

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