Venezuela
A government system hated by the elite — both in and out of Venezuela
The poverty rate dropped by 20% in Venezuela in 2012.
Almost certainly the largest decline in poverty in the Americas for 2012, and one of the largest — if not the largest — in the world.
The numbers are available on the website of the World Bank, but almost no journalists have made the arduous journey through cyberspace to find and report them.
A Venezuelan supermarket — while certain products have been in short supply this year such as toilet paper, powdered milk and corn flour, shelves remain full and do not reflect the crisis that foreign media is reporting 

Photo: VenezuelAnalysis.com
A Venezuelan supermarket
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Intervention of US and NATO
Foreign interests from Colombia and the US are working with opposition groups inside Venezuela to destabilize Nicolas Maduro's government
Aim is to sabotage the upcoming December 8 municipal elections
The document states in its introductory paragraph:
“The plan, agreed by consensus with worthy representatives of the opposition to the government of Nicolas Maduro, focuses on these objectives with the continued strong support of several global personalities, with the function of returning to Venezuela true democracy and independence, that have been kidnapped over 14 years.
“Maintain and increase the sabotage that affect the population's services, particularly the electricity system, that puts blame on the government for assumed inefficiencies and negligence.
“Whenever possible, the violence should cause deaths and injuries.
“Encourage problems in the universities and other sectors of society now identified with government institutions.
Women buy toilet paper at a supermarket in Caracas.

Photo: Reuters/Jorge Silva
Women buy toilet paper at a supermarket in Caracas
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Increase the problems with scarcity of basic products of the food basket.
Create situations of crisis in the streets that facilitate the intervention of North America and the forces of NATO, with support of the government of Colombia.”
Documento evidencia un plan de desestabilizacin contra Venesuela.

Evidence of plan to destabilize Venezuela.

The document states in its introductory paragraph:

The plan, agreed by consensus with worthy representatives of the opposition to the government of Nicolas Maduro, focuses on these objectives with the continued strong support of several global personalities, with the function of returning to Venezuela true democracy and independence, that have been kidnapped over 14 years.

Maintain and increase the sabotage that affect the population's services, particularly the electricity system, that puts blame on the government for assumed inefficiencies and negligence.

Create situations of crisis in the streets that facilitate the intervention of North America and the forces of NATO, with support of the government of Colombia.

Photo: Aporrea.org
Evidence of plan to destabilize Venezuela
Click on image — Aporrea.org
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Venezuela
Mercal sells its food to the poor at reduced prices
The Los Angeles Times found it amusing that Sabaneta is President Hugo Chávez's hometown
When Chávez took office fifty-five percent of the people in Venezuela lived in poverty, and the country imported 70 percent of its food
Rightwing Covering up Coup Plan with So-Called Electoral Struggle — Opposition Defector
The death of Hugo Chávez Frías
Washington imperialists their media and think tank whores expressed gleeful sighs as did the brainwashed US population
Had he sold out, Chavez would have become very rich from oil revenues, like the Saudi Royal Family, and he would have been honored by the United States in the way that Washington honors all its puppets: with visits to the White House
Millions of mourners have filed past the body of President Chavez at the military academy in Caracas, queuing for hours to see the man to whom they felt so much love lying in state
Nicolas Maduro with Governor Adan Chávez, the older brother of President Hugo Chávez
Chavez was a world leader
More western media demonized more Venezuela people loved
President Hugo Chávez inspects military maneuvers of the national Air Force in Catilletes near Colombia
Unspeakable grief and horror
                        ...and the continues...
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Circus of Torture   2003 — now
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