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there was one word that awakens the political fervor of the. venezuela. something. that's. disappointing can't we see. steve it is lit up on a plane would send them out of the movie scene and it was called the next room in israel again not good no not the. one a european country went through a crisis its politicians worried about toilet paper in latin america. i flew to caracas to find out.
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during the 11 hour flight i read all the sorts of articles warning me that caracas is one of the most dangerous cities in the. if i wasn't murdered as soon as i got off the plane i'd be kidnapped. or die of hunger or disease. venezuela's capital is indeed amongst the most dangerous cities but so were dozens of cities in mexico brazil low colombia. however the people there do have fun like we do they exercise much like us.
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children eat ice cream and some women carry refrigerators for some reason. surprisingly nobody tried to kill kidnap or imprison me when i arrived. during those 1st few hours i saw venezuela had fallen victim to the biggest propaganda plot of the 21st century. not the only thing keeping out. i wanted to see life in the barrios the slums of caracas a crash which winnings i am i wanted to be to young people assists and workers see what they do for fun what they eat how they vote what newspapers they read their
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favorite hobbies. until we got hit by a taxi and we were left in the middle of the street. the police who we hadn't called arrived within minutes. the ambulance that we did call never appeared. so i went off to explore all venezuela's public health care system. and found a doctor right away and most of the public hospitals i visited were more than decent. and some clinics medical care was offered for free by cuban doctors who were considered some of the best in latin america. however most hospitals lacked one essential element. patients.
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as to what a medicine is there's no point in going. spare parts for the x. ray machines were missing to. find those i had to go to a private hospital. 'd and i stumbled on the 1st proof that socialism had failed in venezuela. comment on. them once and see what. is one of venezuela's most eminent economists she's never hidden her support for the bolivarian revolution of chavez.
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many people are mad that. i had said. that. there is no humanitarian crisis in venezuela looming humanitarian crisis mean yet as if it is the reason he managed crisis came out here and crisis humanitarian crisis humanity carried on crises the country's economic crisis has turned into a humanitarian one. everyone said venezuela was going through a humanitarian crisis. and to prove it they went to geneva to meet former u.n. independent expert. alfred desires. he just returned from caracas. people also seem to have a problem with the. humanitarian crisis. that is
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a term of art. that tedham me most technique was. you used the term humanitarian crisis. a pretext to advance humanitarian intervention. this was the argument made in libya when you wanted to have humanitarian intervention in libya. and at the same time regime change and overthrow gadhafi. military. food for everybody is that is correct but the humanitarian aid would have to be secured by guys with guns. there are certain items that are missing why because production. trade distribution is entirely in private hands it is not directed so if you have
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a considerable portion of the. wealth. in this position. that does not want to cooperate with the government you are going to have a scar city and you're going to have delays in distribution that cetera et cetera so i. do. see. the side of that. according to the central bank of venezuela products were
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missing before the constitutional referendum and regional elections of 2007. before the presidential election of 2012 and after his death that again led to elections. american sanctions will soon be added to this artificial scarcity making the situation even worse. brought director of the c.p.r. in washington followed. all economic development he believes that america's sanctions are killing people in venezuela. when obama 1st imposed these sanctions on individuals because they violate the swimming international conventions he had to declare that venezuela poses an
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extraordinary and unusual threat to the security of the united states which is of course ridiculous and so this is a very aggressive thing trumpet taking a big step further and really did make it nearly impossible for the venezuelan economy recover temperamental that it will kill him at seattle no he needs them from being a woman to have some math if you see a. b. and he says sally quinn with me coming to hide me but i limp. lived all the facets she on the city's had their way they claimed. it under less house calling in sick in my foot i said in that message that put in super meant to call her album. they're not interested in knowing why there is a problem so just to be sure why there are certain medicines are not available they don't tell you for instance that although venezuela has the money to buy
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medicines and tries to buy these medicines often enough the countries either refuse to deal with venezuela or do not deliver. we had in the month of november the crisis. in the province. they couldn't get the malaria medicine from colombia they had to fly it in from india. so matter of fact. venezuela has been flying in from god knows how many countries to india and china etc there is a problem of course the deal insulin but that is because of the boycott i mean put the blame where the blame belongs. how can
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we condemn the government of venezuela. when we ourselves are causing this car city. itself mukti it. was mostly to go through hard not. know how to describe this. and i know mr benefit. this is the only thing that we do is music because everybody fights his way. through or you can call the fee on this bill frist woody allen. movie have
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a look at. what i think is this is the fund that is a compliment. so please i do object now and i will continue objecting to people in republican serbska everyone agrees those in power and their position but you we must not become a nato member under any circumstances our reason is clear nater people because serbska not there will be a bombed us using depleted uranium munitions. and that still is killing our children today. and if we decided to become a nato member group of everybody we would give it a moral right to believe that it did the right thing and what was done in this way we would betray the memory of those who died as
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a result of the bombing operation it was called the angel of mercy can you imagine that. young elephants have come to us after. us basically brutal putting incidents because sadly the baby elephants often do see their mothers not only be killed but also be cut up and watered. i do believe the elephant smile i see it in these little ones the home. expression changed. the.
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private owners holding products in times of political unrest american sanctions the queues for foods and medicines. this i've seen before. in november 970 socialist salvador and then they became chile's president. the historic day for latin america. for the white house it was a mistake by the american ambassador in santiago edward gorey. he was. i don't let me just say oh you mean. i'm
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going to. but i only was elected i said that it was a grave and very serious defeat for the united states we knew that although i would act in what appeared to be a legal and constitutional manner it would be designed as a class warfare to eliminate the middle class opposition the bourgeois it would be a class war approach. top secret sensitive eyes only. nixon already in september called in henry kissinger to tell us that it would not be tolerated that in latin america an alternative.
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and social system could take hold and therefore the policy would be to make the chilean economy scream. nixon gives orders that they make the chilean economy scream and cia director richard helms writes it down. it will be hinted at. in order to become a lasting. but at the moment this in indonesia has to see him to know it's the end all be on her neck in seeing him bad well planned on upset about . this if the sun is from the mast and somebody.
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better looking them up in. the. back of the. goal. but i guess i've. got to. go. in venezuela's case the
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media attacks will be based on a well used recipe. everyone has to be convinced that. a dictator is even when they held elections. in the 2 decades of the revolution. at least 25 elections were held and accredited by independent experts like the carter center. over 92 elections that we men are monitored i would say that the election process in voters' where is the best in the world. where all the electoral process is legal and democratic. and 2015 party loses the parliamentary election and the right wing opposition wins
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in the national assembly. believe the country is paralyzed as m.p.'s hinder legislative work and rejects supremes court rulings. responds with a football dribble will lose. its. instead of waiting for the hand of god as his friend would advise changes field in the middle of the game. of the holds a referendum on the formation of a constitutional assembly that would remove the powers of the national assembly controlled by his opponents. was it a constitutional move absolutely. the opposition had twice considered using the same procedure to remove chavez from office in 2007. in 2016.
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before the gun bill. was a decision ethical. i may not be qualified to say. in my country as well as an entirely the banker was appointed prime minister. and the referendum was ignored. in europe we cancelled a total of 5 referendums because the citizens hadn't voted as the e.u. wanted them to. was those decisions constitutional maybe they were but they also ethical and democratic. in venezuela after the 2015 crisis the part of the right wing opposition started boycotting elections.
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last the un not to send who could determine whether fraud had been attempted. democracy in venezuela goes into turmoil this is the government solely responsible or is it also the ghost of the 2002 coup. several coup instigators will never go to prison and will form the hard core of the right wing office. it's interesting that. many of the opposition politicians today in venezuela were involved in some way or another in the coup d'etat
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of april. 2002. some of those politicians will continue to receive funding from american organizations like the any de. of congress dole is to venezuela. when the political crisis hit the streets many politicians exploited public frustration and transformed caracas into a battlefield. thoughts of the opposition resorted to extreme violence. he had to get off you had
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a bad. mistake mechanism responded cruelly and indiscriminately dozens were killed on both sides and many ended up in prison. when independent un expert alfred desireless visited caracas. he persuaded the government to release 80 prisoners are. just black he insists though that some should be in prison and should be considered political prisoners. on the subject of political prisoners he said we should look at europe as well. they are 4 persons. got a lot of politicians who are. in jail.
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now these 4. politicians are clearly political prisoners. whereas in venezuela many of the detainees were detained because acts of violence. they were. detained because they were just expressing their. desire to be independent. to be sure that they're all political prisoners in spain i went to barcelona to visit a fellow journalist. public
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t.v. carlos pouts. he explained that even if the political prisoners he couldn't say so. at least not on. the. and he called. who said what kinds of words we can use when we speak about people that are in prison. just say we cannot use. the terms political prisoners for example. because i honestly couldn't believe that in a european country
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a judge could decide what words a journalist could use. i stayed to watch the broadcast and i heard a breaking story. also but i'm not going to. come out of any love out. there. and she stayed but. as george the son chose was not allowed to speak to journalists i left the studio and went to meet his wife. in a list that i know if welfare. of the hinayana and if he had a k a yes or no from place to go to. bed or seen.
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as that impressed me they. join me every thursday on the all excitement and i'll be speaking to get a feel of the world of politics sports business i'm show business i'll see a. good food description. even for the owners so how to choose the pet food industry is telling us what to feed our pets really more based on what they want to sell us then what's necessarily good for the pet turns out that food may not be as healthy as people believe and we have animals that have you know diabetes in arthritis they have auto immune disorders allergies we are actually creating these
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problems it's a huge epidemic of problems all of them i believe can be linked to very simple problem of diet and some dog owners so heartbreaking stories about their pets last treats a larger corporations are not very interested in proving or disproving the value of their food because they're already making it a $1000000000.00 on it and there's no reason to do that research. he always still got you in such a tight haven t. that's who could sneak. on to. the records are cool and you screwed up there you go. and who were going to take it by getting out of your mates and each of them to look at him as all. the lead to
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much of what i get to be i get all. through to get those people to fail when i'm not good to go until i'm with all this you can tell when it's time you don't come follow through the more vocal than you.
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