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Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez Died

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Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez died. He was 58 years old. The death was announced by Vice President Nicolas Maduro. Near the building of the military hospital of Caracas, in which the Venezuelan leader was treated the last two weeks before the death of the country, the flag is lowered.

Last lifetime and now historical Personnel: December 10, 2012, the President of Venezuela flies to Cuba. Hugo Chavez in a tracksuit, smiles, claps on the shoulder of the guardsman, firmly and characteristically Hispanic, clenching his hand in a mighty fist, says: “We will win” and “Long live Venezuela”.
Venezuelans believed that the attack - an aggressive cancer - again gave way to Hugo’s inner strength, as they believed last summer, when, after three operations, he declared that for the sake of his people death had conquered. In the fall, Chavez confidently won the presidential election again.
Hugo Raphael Chavez Frias could become a priest - such was the will of his parents, poor rural teachers. But one day the boy had a fight with the holy father and was expelled from the church. He could be a baseball player - Chavez dreamed about it himself. Already being the president of the country, he began every weekly newspaper column with baseball. Nevertheless, as a young man, Hugo decided that his military uniform was much more to his face. Red takes a paratrooper, as well as a fist raised above his head until the last days were an essential attribute of the unique image of Hugo Chávez.
Hugo Chávez’s main dream can hardly come true. Being devoted to the cause of Simon Bolivar, who brought Venezuela freedom from Spanish colonists, he preached Bolivarianism - the idea of ​​uniting Latin America into one country. But nowadays it is this idealist and romantic who broke off not only Venezuela, but also a good part of the continent from what seemed to be the eternal protectorate of the United States. American preacher Pat Robertson called: "We must kill Hugo Chávez. It’s cheaper than starting a war. He’s a dangerous enemy."
He was used to be called an implacable fighter against the United States, but in reality he simply responded to the imperial attacks with dignity and criticized those who meekly complied with the directives of the State Department. So he talked about US President George W. Bush from the rostrum of the UN General Assembly: “The devil was here, yesterday he stood on that very spot. It still smells of sulfur here. The US president is a devil in the flesh. He teaches us to live, speaks with us as the lord of the world. He needs a psychiatrist. He wants world domination and teaches us how to behave. This is more serious than the films of Hitchcock. I came up with the title - "Devil's Cookbook."
Like many in Latin America, he began his ascent with a coup: February 4 1992, Lieutenant Colonel Chavez, with a thousand soldiers, tried to seize power, but failed. He will return to politics without weapons after two years in prison and in 1998, he will win his first presidential election, promising Venezuela at the time a radical change.
In 2002, they nearly overthrew him. Dissatisfied with the nationalization of oil enterprises, incited by US liberals kidnapped Chavez and occupied the presidential palace of Miraflores. But only for two days. Slum dwellers revolted against the authorities, those whose life the ousted president was trying to change with the help of oil revenues redirected to the Venezuelan coffers.
Before Chavez, half of Venezuelans lived below the poverty line, now too many - 30 percent. But there are times when newspapers wrote about how to eat dog food, and there was such a thing a long time ago. In the slums blown by the breezes, cableways were built, kindergartens and schools appeared there. Recently, the UN recognized that illiteracy in the country is eliminated, in every village there is a mercal - a shop with fixed prices and a doctor, most often, Cuban. 30 thousands of doctors in Venezuela sent the best friends of Hugo Chávez - brothers Fidel and Raul Castro.
Hugo Chavez was flattered by the nickname "Red Rebel". He could talk endlessly about the future of Venezuela, and once he led his own television show “Hello, President” for eight hours and six minutes without a break, distracted only to take a sip of coffee. And he drank coffee on 17 mugs a day.
There are legends about the curiosity of Chávez. He scrupulously studied how Belarusian tractors work, how Russian military airplanes and helicopters are arranged, he was detained for a long time on construction sites in Caracas, where engineers from Moscow are building whole blocks for Venezuelans.
Hugo Chavez is an atypical politician. He openly admitted mistakes, sincerely repented before the people, if something did not work, wrote poetry, drew perfectly. The gene responsible for fear, he was completely absent.
Even the monarchs could not stand his critics. So, in 2007, the king of Spain, Juan Carlos, flared up at the Ibero-American meeting. "Why don't you shut up," he said irritably, turning on you, he shouted to Hugo Chávez. The Venezuelan president just grinned at this.
The disease caught up with the Red Rebel a year and a half ago, and since then, American newspapers have written dozens of times that Hugo Chavez is dead. But after each operation in Cuba, he returned to Miraflores and even from the hospital ward went on the air.
The last operation lasted six hours and was unsuccessful - a deadly infection got into the lungs. The heart of the Venezuelan leader has stopped. He seemed to have a premonition of death: he managed to appoint a successor. Chavez always hoped that the Bolivarian revolution would survive him.
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  1. Chuck-norris
    Chuck-norris 6 March 2013 06: 38
    56
    It would be better if he took Bush and Blair!
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 6 March 2013 06: 46
      93
      Sincere condolences to the people of Venezuela!
      1. Vadivak
        Vadivak 6 March 2013 08: 55
        37
        A worthy man. Viva, Chávez!
        1. Ruslan67
          Ruslan67 6 March 2013 10: 56
          15
          Quote: Vadivak
          A worthy man. Viva, Chávez!

          I was lucky to see him live from afar-Charismatic personality once! Everlasting memory! soldier
      2. Ghenxnumx
        Ghenxnumx 6 March 2013 10: 02
        +6
        I wholeheartedly support.
        I hope that the people of Venezuela will appreciate the contribution of Chavez as a patriot to the development of his Fatherland, and not p.r.o.s.e.r.e. his achievements will not divert from this path, since the prospects for the country, and indeed for South America, are quite good.
        1. Igorboss16
          Igorboss16 6 March 2013 11: 13
          +5
          Let the earth rest in peace to him, how bitter that the best leave!
          I hope that the receiver will follow the same course aimed primarily at improving the lives of its people and opposing imperialism, as Hugo Chavez wanted it, in any case, we will always support them!
    2. Sakhalininsk
      Sakhalininsk 6 March 2013 06: 51
      33
      Quote: Chuck-Norris
      It would be better if he took Bush and Blair!


      Shit sorry for the expression is prone to emitting very long-lasting miasms, and in relation to the first one can also add that shit with a missing brain is not prone to physical ailments.

      Sincere condolences to the people of Venezuela, who has lost a real leader and a fighter for the interests of his country.
      1. Vanek
        Vanek 6 March 2013 07: 03
        16
        Quote: Sakhalininets
        long time miasms

        Quote: Sakhalininets
        not prone to physical ailments.


        Judging by this, I conclude that you, Sergey, are a doctor. Here you are, as a doctor, answer me. Look, a person can be replaced with an arm (prosthesis), leg, an artificial kidney can be placed there, a heart can be changed. Here. Can brains be replaced? Some individuals would do well.
        1. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 6 March 2013 07: 06
          +7
          Quote: Vanek
          Here. Can brains be replaced?

          You can’t completely replace it, you can cut a part, but by 99.9% it will become even dumber hi
        2. Sakhalininsk
          Sakhalininsk 6 March 2013 07: 26
          +9
          Quote: Vanek
          Judging by this, I conclude that you, Sergey, are a doctor. Here you are, as a doctor, answer me. Look, a person can be replaced with an arm (prosthesis), leg, an artificial kidney can be placed there, a heart can be changed. Here. Can brains be replaced? Some individuals would do well.


          You’ve made a little mistake, I’m not a doctor or even a veterinarian (by the way, he’s more suitable for those mentioned above), but due to your knowledge in the field of biology, I’ll tell you about whom you asked: nothing will help them, there’s a fundamental error in the DNA, and this, alas, is not treated.
          1. Vanek
            Vanek 6 March 2013 07: 35
            +2
            I have no more questions.

            Sergei hi
      2. esaul
        esaul 6 March 2013 07: 05
        19
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        Sincere condolences to the people of Venezuela!

        I join and hope that the successor of Chavez - Maduro will become a worthy and as persistent and purposeful as Hugo, the successor. Venezuela and the emerging alliance of South American countries are sharp and painful bones in the throat of minke whales and it is advisable to keep this bone there.
        1. sergey32
          sergey32 6 March 2013 08: 05
          17
          It turns out exactly 60 years after the death of Stalin.
          1. TUMAN
            TUMAN 6 March 2013 10: 28
            +7
            Hugo Chavez is a real person! Everlasting memory!
        2. mda
          mda 6 March 2013 09: 14
          +3
          Quote: esaul
          Chávez’s successor, Maduro, will become worthy and as persistent and purposeful as Hugo

          If I am not mistaken, Maduro is an even bigger communist than Chavez. In short, if he manages to come to power, all the money thrown into submission to Venezuela will be thrown into the void.
          1. albert
            albert 6 March 2013 15: 43
            0
            Let's hope that Maduro will remain in power as Chavez's successor. But I already hear the angry cries of the United States about the "enemies of democracy" in Venezuela.
    3. Krilion
      Krilion 6 March 2013 07: 03
      -6
      Quote: Chuck-Norris
      It would be better if he took Bush and Blair!


      or at least Medvedev ...
      1. Alexander Romanov
        Alexander Romanov 6 March 2013 07: 08
        10
        Quote: Krilion
        or at least Medvedev.

        There is a saying, "Make the fool pray to God, he will break his forehead" If you have absolutely nothing to say, do not write nonsense.
        1. Vladimirets
          Vladimirets 6 March 2013 08: 56
          +3
          Condolences to Venezuela, if only the filthy Yankees did not muddle yet another Syria, although next to them they are unlikely to kindle such a fire. Maduro - strength and determination.
    4. dusha233
      dusha233 6 March 2013 09: 06
      +7
      I have a strong feeling that the enemies of mattress had a hand in the death of Chavez !? 58 years old and apparently not sick and suddenly oncology .... very much like a number of other deaths of politicians ...
      1. DYMITRY
        DYMITRY 6 March 2013 09: 21
        10
        Quote: dusha233
        I have a strong feeling that the enemies of mattress had a hand in the death of Chavez !?

        It looks like it is. Comrad Chavez is already the 9th Latin American leader to die of cancer in the past decade. By a "strange coincidence", the first signs of the disease began to appear in everyone shortly after visiting the gene. UN Assembly in New York City. They were able to pump out one Fidel.
        1. dusha233
          dusha233 6 March 2013 09: 53
          +2
          Obama seemed to be going to us and we could change such a joke to him ...
        2. Mother russia
          Mother russia 6 March 2013 10: 08
          +6
          Fidel is even cooler than the Terminator. Fidel is indestructible to our joy and to the great displeasure of the shit.
          I hope this living legend survives 100 years or more.
          And Hugo Chavez is dedicated to this ballad. Peace be upon you, red rebel!



          Hasta siempre Comandante!
          1. mda
            mda 6 March 2013 13: 23
            0
            Quote: Mother Russia
            Fidel is even cooler than the Terminator.

            Much better. Not everyone can survive 600 (!) Assassination attempts in 3 years
    5. evgenii67
      evgenii67 6 March 2013 09: 07
      +8
      Quote: Chuck-Norris
      It would be better if he took Bush and Blair!

      Bush and Blair are puppets of those who put them on the "throne" their death can only play another "spectacle" in the American style, as it was on September 11. All the American elections are like one big performance, I don’t want today about mattress mats ...... Hugo Chavez is a wonderful Person, Personality. Everlasting memory.
    6. ShturmKGB
      ShturmKGB 6 March 2013 09: 30
      13
      It’s a pity to the uncle, he wished good things to his people, tried to be independent ...
    7. alexng
      alexng 6 March 2013 09: 49
      +2
      Quote: Chuck-Norris
      It would be better if he took Bush and Blair!


      Then it's better Obamka-blende. I wonder how much blood he has on him, such a "peace-loving" laureate of the "fighter for peace" prize. There is no limit to hypocrisy.
    8. Yashka Gorobets
      Yashka Gorobets 6 March 2013 10: 22
      +2
      Obama has already expressed his support for the Venezuelan people. Here is an example of the highest hypocrisy. They themselves infected Hugo, and for a year they sat on needles, everyone waited for him to leave. Obama probably even had to dust off the leaflet.
    9. xoma58
      xoma58 6 March 2013 11: 06
      +2
      Bastards are not needed there either.
  2. Vanek
    Vanek 6 March 2013 06: 40
    10
    And there’s nothing to say .....................

    Hello to everyone. hi
  3. Renat
    Renat 6 March 2013 06: 47
    25
    Bad news. Mourn with the Venezuelans.
  4. Kair501
    Kair501 6 March 2013 06: 47
    29
    It’s a pity man let the earth rest in peace, Let's hope his receiver will keep the course of Chavez
  5. Sirocco
    Sirocco 6 March 2013 06: 47
    +9
    What can I say, It remains to sympathize and condole the people of Venezuela, For they are having hard times, the United States will now make every effort to loosen the situation, and squeeze its profit, If only there was no War. But in general, is the United States ready to organize, similar to Syria? Do they need it? Or maybe the whole problem is what exactly is what they need?
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 6 March 2013 06: 55
      20
      Quote: Sirocco
      The United States will now make every effort to shake things up and squeeze its benefits

      Venezuela understands this and has already sent a couple of amers.

      MEXICO CITY, Mar 6 - RIA Novosti, Dmitry Znamensky. Venezuelan Foreign Minister Elias Jaua said on Tuesday that his country would not tolerate any foreign interference in internal affairs and named the name of the second American diplomat to be expelled from the country, in addition to the Air Force Attache of the Embassy of David del Monaco.
      1. Sirocco
        Sirocco 6 March 2013 07: 00
        12
        All this is good, but I suspect that individual plots are plowed and the seeds are cooked. On before to process these fields with a pesticide that there would be no shoots Weeds
        1. Vanek
          Vanek 6 March 2013 07: 05
          +3
          Quote: Sirocco
          there were no shoots of weeds


          Weed control is futile.
          1. Alexander Romanov
            Alexander Romanov 6 March 2013 07: 13
            +4
            Quote: Vanek

            Weed control is futile.

            They are being pulled out and thrown away, which Venezuela is doing now. They also have intelligence and work. They will not solve all problems, but they will cut off financial flows significantly.
          2. lewerlin53rus
            lewerlin53rus 6 March 2013 09: 09
            +8
            Quote: Vanek
            Weed control is futile.

            But necessary. Otherwise, they will flood all and strangle all useful crops.
            May the land rest in peace for Chávez and the resilience of the Venezuelan people.
        2. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 6 March 2013 07: 10
          +5
          Quote: Sirocco
          All this is good, but I suspect that individual plots are plowed and the seeds are cooked.

          Now almost all of South America will be with Chavez’s supporters, but the opponents will be in the absolute minority.
          1. Sirocco
            Sirocco 6 March 2013 07: 23
            +2
            Your words to God in the ears laughing
          2. Yashka Gorobets
            Yashka Gorobets 6 March 2013 10: 31
            +2
            Recently, most of the machinations of the United States turn against themselves. We hope that this time will happen the same thing and the whole LA will throw off the yoke of the State Department.
      2. Tersky
        Tersky 6 March 2013 07: 30
        15
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        Venezuela understands this and has already sent a couple of amers.

        Hi Sasha!
        Obama called the death of Chavez “a difficult moment for Venezuela” and noted that the United States reaffirms its support for the people of the country. Obama also said that while Venezuela is "starting a new chapter in its history", the United States remains committed to promoting democracy, the rule of law and respect for human rights.
        The wolf is shameful, and you don’t want to say anything else. Hugo Chavez is the eternal memory!
        1. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 6 March 2013 07: 35
          +3
          Quote: Tersky
          The shameful wolf, and I don’t want to say anything else

          Hi Victo! I read this today, and what words could be expected from the Jackal with a capital letter.
        2. Vladimirets
          Vladimirets 6 March 2013 08: 58
          +4
          Quote: Tersky
          The United States remains committed to promoting democracy, the rule of law, and respect for human rights.

          This is alarming.
          1. DDR
            DDR 6 March 2013 09: 48
            +2
            Quote: Vladimirets
            Quote: Tersky United States remains committed to promoting democracy, the rule of law and respect for human rights

            So they are the same bitch and sought! And Chavez is sorry, he was a good man. Earth rest in peace! I hope the people will continue their principles.
        3. FATEMOGAN
          FATEMOGAN 6 March 2013 14: 15
          +1
          Quote: Tersky
          Obama called the death of Chavez “a difficult moment for Venezuela” and noted that the United States reaffirms its support for the people of the country. Obama also said that while Venezuela is "starting a new chapter in its history", the United States remains committed to promoting democracy, the rule of law and respect for human rights.

          It seems that the Americans have already begun to think of some kind of dirty trick, and we will soon see their efforts to tidy up another country rich in natural resources to our playful hands. I hope that the people of Venezuela will be able to hold in their hands and increase all the achievements of Chavez!

          Viva, comandante Chávez! - Viva, Venezuela!
  6. alexl85
    alexl85 6 March 2013 06: 52
    12
    It is no secret, I think, that Chavez adhered to Russian political views. He tried in every possible way to protect his country from American capitalist tearing to shreds. Nationalized strategically important facilities. Without a doubt, this is a dirty and mean act on the part of the United States (of which I am deeply convinced).
  7. nokki
    nokki 6 March 2013 06: 54
    30
    Goodbye, Hugo!

    We all, ordinary people in the world, will miss you very much!

    May the kingdom of heaven be with you!

    "¡No pasarán! La victoria será nuestra!"
    1. fduch
      fduch 6 March 2013 08: 02
      +8
      Viva Hugo !!!!!!!
      1. bask
        bask 6 March 2013 10: 21
        12
        THE GREAT MAN DIED. THE BLUE PATRIOT OF HIS HOMELAND VENEZUELA ..
        A FIRE FIGHTER WITH AMERICAN AND ZIONIST IMPERIALISM
        WAY THE EARTH HIM WILL BE DOWN, WE ARE ALL, AND I INCLUDE SORRY ABOUT THIS AMAZINGLY HONEST MAN.
        MUCH SUCCESSFUL TO MAKE FOR YOUR HOMELAND
        .And for the whole world.
        Not stealing and not spending a penny on yourself
        .HE ALREADY HAD VICTORY. THE WHOLE WORLD WILL REMEMBER HOW AS A GREAT MAN AND AN HONEST PEOPLE'S POLICY !!!!!
  8. riding
    riding 6 March 2013 06: 57
    10
    In Latin America, in recent history, against the backdrop of corrupt Western leaders, there were bright and charismatic leaders: Che, Castro, Allende, Chavez. The first ended up playing with lovers and surprised with their dishonesty; the latter were strong in spirit and faithful service to the people. And so they leave. Who will replace them?
    We have already gone through this. The Nobel laureate, who advertised pizza, was more fond of money, wealth, his wife, approval from the West. And he betrayed the country.
  9. valokordin
    valokordin 6 March 2013 06: 58
    19
    Eh, we don’t have our own Chavez, a fighter and a winner, during his lifetime he was worthy of deep respect and after a long long memory.
  10. fenix57
    fenix57 6 March 2013 07: 02
    +8
    Sorry Man. And now wait for the raid of all the pro-star .... Yes, and Colombia is nearby ..
    1. SSR
      SSR 6 March 2013 10: 30
      +2
      Quote: fenix57
      And now wait for the raid of the whole pro-star


      I hope that the people will unite .. and will not allow rats to take advantage of the situation.
      My sincere condolences to the Venezuelan people.
      Very, very sorry, hoping that Hugo Chavez will recover.
  11. qwert
    qwert 6 March 2013 07: 05
    +9
    Very, very sorry.
    I won’t be surprised if NTV and Perviy vevid will be malicious about Chavez. These goons on television, whose money and children in the United States and England, this man was extremely not pretty.
    I want to believe that the Hugo receiver will continue to pursue the same policy. Still, apparently, the people of Venezuela supported Chavez. Although I won’t be surprised at the velvet revolutions in this region.

    Very, very sorry.
    I won’t be surprised if NTV and Perviy vevid will be malicious about Chavez. These goons on television, whose money and children in the United States and England, this man was extremely not pretty.
    I want to believe that the Hugo receiver will continue to pursue the same policy. Still, apparently, the people of Venezuela supported Chavez. Although I won’t be surprised at the velvet revolutions in this region.
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 6 March 2013 07: 20
      +8
      Quote: qwert
      I won’t be surprised if NTV and Perviy vevid will mock Chavez

      I think you are mistaken about NTV, but REN TV, represented by Maksimovskaya, will do it in all its "glory" to nausea, its latest programs about children confirm this.
      1. Tersky
        Tersky 6 March 2013 07: 35
        +5
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        in the person of Maksimovskaya will do it in all its "glory"

        With sign language translation:
  12. Akhtuba73
    Akhtuba73 6 March 2013 07: 06
    26
    Chavez is an excellent example of how you can lead the people of your country to prosperity, against the will of the "world gendarme". His steadfastness and determination, real achievements and support of the people of Venezuela are worthy of respect ...
    Mourn with Venezuela. The best memory of him is the continuation of his affairs. Successes.
  13. Predator-74
    Predator-74 6 March 2013 07: 06
    17
    Sorry, so sorry. Good man, how much good has been done for his country. Land him rest in peace. I sincerely grieve.
  14. sergo0000
    sergo0000 6 March 2013 07: 07
    14
    Bright memory to the true patriot of his homeland!
    Your example of the struggle for freedom and justice, as a warning to posterity!
  15. cobalt
    cobalt 6 March 2013 07: 10
    15
    He was a good man, right, sorry.
  16. Brummbar
    Brummbar 6 March 2013 07: 11
    11
    Very sorry . Died one of the few true friends of Russia. Land him rest in peace. Very sorry .
  17. bubla5
    bubla5 6 March 2013 07: 17
    +4
    100% work of America’s premature babies
    1. mda
      mda 6 March 2013 09: 18
      +4
      Quote: bubla5
      100% work of America’s premature babies

      when there is a country with the most oil reserves in the world that you can’t do to subjugate it
    2. DEfindER
      DEfindER 6 March 2013 10: 46
      +6
      Quote: bubla5
      100% work of America’s premature babies

      I think it was not without them too much they wanted to remove it ..
      They tried to remove Muammar for 40 years, as a result, they removed them, destroying the whole country, with Hugo these bastards would not have worked out the Libyan scenario, they would have gone the other way ..
      The number of our friends is melting before our eyes ..

























      Eternal memory to heroes!
  18. Soldier
    Soldier 6 March 2013 07: 18
    13
    It is a pity that so rarely people make their way to the heights of power, ready to live for the people, for the country .. Eternal memory comrade Hugo ..
  19. Che
    Che 6 March 2013 07: 22
    13
    The eternal memory of the commandant. Freedom and independence for all peoples struggling with amers and their rats. And yet, peoples give birth to their heroes, fighters against imperialism.
  20. Ermak
    Ermak 6 March 2013 07: 23
    15
    Yeah ... sad. The most sincere condolences. He was a real, powerful, fearless politician and man. The real fighter.
  21. Lexx
    Lexx 6 March 2013 07: 29
    +7
    Yes, surely he was constantly poisoned with dioxins gradually, starting in 2002, after an unsuccessful attempt at a military coup, when he could not be replaced - not by washing, so by skating, the United States got it.
  22. King
    King 6 March 2013 07: 37
    +8
    Hold on to the people of Venezuela. vultures already drink champagne for victory. I hope our government understands that it’s impossible to break apart, another front appeared to uphold our interests. the main thing is not to miss the initiative in this country
    1. Georges14
      Georges14 6 March 2013 12: 02
      +1
      "vultures are already drinking champagne to win" - that is.
      On yehe bacchanalia of liberals, most of the comments like: "Another drug dealer in the law has become less. Where will Putin's rusty fleet go now?"
      They no longer have anything human.
  23. studentmati
    studentmati 6 March 2013 07: 39
    +8
    The sad news. Hugo was a tireless fighter against Americanism. It will be difficult for the people of Venezuela. I would like to wish a decent receiver.
  24. Kuryanin
    Kuryanin 6 March 2013 07: 39
    12
    My condolences to Venezuela. The best always go first, because they do not gel themselves and work for wear.
  25. evgenii67
    evgenii67 6 March 2013 07: 40
    10
    Hello everyone! It is a pity that such a Man left so early. During his lifetime, he was for his people, for the country a national hero, a legend. The people of Venezuela, solidarity and do not break firewood .... Such as Hugo Chavez a little. Bright memory.
  26. Per se.
    Per se. 6 March 2013 07: 40
    +9
    Here, the mattresses will rejoice, have achieved, reptiles, their own. Formerly poisons and daggers, now they kill with viruses. It’s a pity the man, but even after death, the Americans will be a bone in the throat, becoming a national hero, the second Che Guevara.
  27. Byordovvv1
    Byordovvv1 6 March 2013 07: 45
    14
    Patriot of his country, persistent, direct and honest. Eternal memory to him.
  28. Hedgehog
    Hedgehog 6 March 2013 07: 51
    +9
    Well, right now, the Yankees will come running to get ready ...
    Goodbye Chavez! Condolences to the people of the country.
  29. Was mammoth
    Was mammoth 6 March 2013 07: 56
    17
    I always admired this Man. There was something sincerely childish in him until the last days and there was something indestructibly monolithic., Whole.
    1. DYMITRY
      DYMITRY 6 March 2013 09: 25
      +4
      Quote: There was a mammoth
      There was something sincerely childish in him until the last days and there was something indestructibly monolithic., Whole

      You probably can’t say better. Bright memory!
  30. Recon
    Recon 6 March 2013 08: 02
    10
    Very sorry. Although in the fall it was clear that he was doomed. For Russia, this is a geopolitical loss. For the people of Venezuela - an immense loss. Rest in peace.
  31. Mart
    Mart 6 March 2013 08: 02
    21
    Land to you down, comrade!
  32. Pit Bull59
    Pit Bull59 6 March 2013 08: 02
    +7
    I repeat - only yesterday wrote in the comments: UGO lived! UGO is alive! UGO will live! Now the main thing is that Russia should continue to increase cooperation with Venezuela.
  33. leon-iv
    leon-iv 6 March 2013 08: 03
    +8
    It is a pity the leader of such a few was charismatic now. Land him rest in peace.
  34. usatyi
    usatyi 6 March 2013 08: 04
    +8
    The main thing is not to blaze when the local elite tries to divide the authorities ... Hugo periodically cleansed his surroundings - especially the military. Recently, everyone froze in anticipation and foreboding - and now - there is silence all around ....
  35. Svobodny
    Svobodny 6 March 2013 08: 12
    +8
    We were lucky to be contemporaries of the brightest personality. The name of Chavez will be entered in world history in capital letters. Great man, a person of universal scale!
  36. Parabelum
    Parabelum 6 March 2013 08: 17
    +7
    Land rest in peace, fighters and patriots leave. And any trash such as labeled mold, crazy Bzezhinsky will smoke the sky for a long time.
  37. 120352
    120352 6 March 2013 08: 19
    +6
    I saw tears of Venezuelans. I believe their feelings. This does not expect us.
    Hugo Chavez is a Great Man. His greatness is not only in his spirit, striving for the good of people, but also in the fact that in his small Venezuela he became a commensurate counterweight to the global gendarme.
    He built vulgar socialism, such as was with us and remains in Cuba. In the modern world, socialism is becoming inevitable. But not vulgar, of course. The most prosperous country in the world today is Norway. This is the most socialist country. Here, free education, from kindergarten to obtaining a doctorate, free medicine, powerful social programs. The USA is only in 10th place, and we are in 59. Our vaunted Moscow State University is in 50th place in the world. We have nothing left of socialism.
    And Hugo Chavez built it in his small country.
    The world has lost a genius.
    Bright memory!
  38. Oshin
    Oshin 6 March 2013 08: 22
    +7
    Very sorry, not good news at all. Now the Americans are moving, they decide to arrange a revolution ... Hold on, Venezuela!
  39. Egoza
    Egoza 6 March 2013 08: 30
    +8
    Rest in peace, REAL LEADER OF HIS PEOPLE!
    And I wish the people of Venezuela endurance, courage and unity! In order not to step on our rake, not to succumb to the USA, we always remembered what Hugo taught and how he fought!
  40. JonnyT
    JonnyT 6 March 2013 08: 30
    +2
    Viddu of recent world events, the death of Chavez is not accidental. Poisoned a worthy person. Now in this region Russia will not have a real ally .....
  41. kagorta
    kagorta 6 March 2013 08: 32
    +3
    Chavez kingdom of heaven. If only our lawyers did not screw up when drawing up contracts on loans for arms.
    1. Rumi007
      Rumi007 6 March 2013 08: 43
      +1
      They don’t screw up, the bitter experience for the forfeit of Iran due to the disruption of the supply of S-300 to our lawyers will be long remembered. Russia is obliged to pay $ 4 billion to Iran because it refused to supply the S-300 for $ 800 million. These are the pies our lawyers bake ...
  42. Stalingradec
    Stalingradec 6 March 2013 08: 40
    +5
    It is a pity, a truly noble man, there are not very many people with regret ... Let the earth rest in peace.
  43. Rumi007
    Rumi007 6 March 2013 08: 41
    15
    Earth you rest in peace, Hugo ...
    1. Ruslan_F38
      Ruslan_F38 6 March 2013 11: 25
      +1
      A man with a capital letter!
  44. Selendis
    Selendis 6 March 2013 08: 42
    +6
    The blessed memory of Hugo Rafael Chavez Frias. You were one of those politicians whom you sincerely loved, you wanted the people of Venezuela to never bend under anyone else like him ...
  45. Nomad
    Nomad 6 March 2013 08: 43
    +8
    I hope that in 20 and 50 and 100 years later in Venezuela they will say: "Chavez is dead, but his work lives on!"
  46. Earthman
    Earthman 6 March 2013 08: 43
    +7
    some leave, others come, but Hugo Chavez was the true leader of his nation
  47. Cheloveck
    Cheloveck 6 March 2013 08: 51
    +5
    Very sorry! You can always count such politicians on the fingers of one hand.
    My condolences to the people of Venezuela.
  48. Clueless
    Clueless 6 March 2013 08: 58
    +4
    sorry for the man, he loved his country, a true patriot

    the main thing now is that in its place something like our Gorbachev doesn’t come, who will begin to ruin the country looking in America’s mouth
  49. marsel1524
    marsel1524 6 March 2013 09: 03
    +3
    If people cry about the death of their president, then this is great !. Something does not seem like how I will cry about ... Earth in fluff ...
  50. Strezhevchanin
    Strezhevchanin 6 March 2013 09: 03
    +6
    Cattle !!!! All the same, they drove Hugo into the ground, it will return to you in twins am .Loss of the national leader is painful, sorry, I need a new-young Hugo .....