The Fake Latin Americans Idols, All Full Of Chemicals

July 23, 2011

27 Responses to “The Fake Latin Americans Idols, All Full Of Chemicals”

  1. CarlosElio Says:

    People around this trio must wear protective masks.

  2. Roger Says:

    then there is this bit of nuttyness from Chavez http://news.yahoo.com/coping-cancer-chavez-contemplates-nietzsche-205907113.html seem to have got to his brain.

  3. Buster Hymen Says:

    sorry….who is the person on the left?

  4. moctavio Says:

    Diego Armando Marandona, the soccer player, addict extraordinaire.

  5. Mike Says:

    Only people with a brain should be allowed to read Nietzsche.

    Btw, he stated “no more cancer cells in his body”. A meaningless statement or a miracle, because usually it takes 5, sometimes 10 years for the treating MD to say with a reasonable degree of confidence that a person is cancer free.

    At the same time, the thought that everything was a scam from day 1 and he never had cancer is crossing my mind. Of course el pueblo will believe it and he would be Chavez, the quasi-Immortal, beating cancer in one week.

    • loroferoz Says:

      He said “malignant cells”.

      I suppose that does not include the neurons in his brain.

      Or can his worldview be characterized better as a parasite? As an information virus?

  6. HalfEmpty Says:

    Amazing that WInehouse is dead yet Marandona lives, better liver genes I guess.

    • loroferoz Says:

      Amazing? Not to be crude, but Amy Winehouse’s death and manner thereof was to me “The least surprising bit of sad news in the year”. It was a foregone conclusion if she didn’t turn her life around. Or managed to turn thirty and calm down.

  7. Ty Says:

    Winehouse’s drug of choice was heroin, I don’t know much about the coked out soccer player, other than heroin is an easy one to OD on.

  8. loroferoz Says:

    Maradona, however you might dislike the man, was a wizard with the ball.

    Hugo Chavez, instead. Coupster, oops let’s not mention THAT. President of Venezuela, oh well… I know! Demagogue Extrordinaire and Press Hog. In that he has few equals today.

  9. Kepler Says:

    Miguel, I bet you one bottle of very good Belgian beer that Chávez will “reveal” today some of the results about Bolívar’s bones.

    How pathetic this fucking Bolívar cult is! As if we wouldn’t have had our independence without Bolívar, just as the others did in Chile and Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay, Mexico and Central America.

  10. Susan Says:

    Bolivar might make a good transparent governor. With similar progress as the past Presidentes in Cuba and Venesuela. S.

  11. Gringo Says:

    A nauseating number of allies of convenience, glued together by Venezuelan petrodollars.

  12. RabbiBulla Says:

    I agree, history could have been different.And, the desire is for people to be better now-in modern times. And, the majority realizes that Chavez
    is the road-block that must be removed, so why wait?
    The “awakening” is now. (The “chavistas” will remain a part- can go play with and amongst themselves-Chavez can even run for President, again -if he isn’t in Prison after being tried for many crimes against the Venezuelan people.)
    For the sake of a better country- people should speak out -all at once
    Tweet away- “Chavez – get out!”
    ¡Guau! ¡Un qué regalo de cumpleaños! para Chavez.

  13. Mike Says:

    I am surprised that there is no picture of Bolivar behind Chavez. Must be the camera angle, because on all the stills of this week I have seen, one e.g. showing Correa, Fidel, Chavez and Raul (but there are several others), there is the Venezuelan and Cuban flag and ALWAYS a picture of Bolivar behind him. I guess he has one even behind his hospital bed.

    The subliminal message is screaming, and I know the latter is an oxymoronic statement. One thing is behaving like this in Venezuela, incl. the empty chair for Bolivar when dining (not sure if true), but in Cuba, while on “medical leave”? The psychopathic craziness is endless!

  14. GWEH Says:

    Miguel where’s the update :-)

  15. LGL Says:

    Guys, take a look at the VTV video of Chavez, Maradona and Fidel. Notice the folds in Chavez’s close fitting track suit as he moves during the conversation; they look a lot like the impression that tubes would make, no? Could this be related to how the chemo is dispensed or this is tangible evidence of a colostomy bag?

  16. Glenn Says:

    looks like a percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy

    • claco Says:

      he is hiding something under his jacket and still his right knee is not well yet. Fidel has always his own chair placed on a little carpet, Hugo was holding him by the arm, why afraid he flies away on the carpet?

  17. Dr. Faustus Says:

    Curious to know…

    Whatever happened to all of the accumulated wealth of Maradona? Did he blow it all on coke? Does he still do product endorsements?


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  20. Nalliah Thayabharan Says:

    US$, Wars & Earthquakes

    By Nalliah Thayabharan

    At the end of WWII, an agreement was reached at the Bretton Woods Conference which pegged the value of gold at US$35 per ounce and that became the international standard against which currency was measured. But in 1971, US President Richard Nixon took the US$ off the gold standard and ever since the US$ has been the most important global monetary instrument, and only the US can print them. However, there were problems with this arrangement not least of all that the US$ was effectively worthless than before it reneged on the gold-standard. But more importantly because it was the world’s reserve currency, everybody was saving their surpluses in US$. To maintain the US$’s pre-eminence, the Richard Nixon administration impressed upon Saudi Arabia and therefore Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries(OPEC) to sell their oil only in US$. This did two things; it meant that oil sales supported the US$ and also allowed the USA access to exchange risk free oil. The USA propagates war to protect its oil supplies, but even more importantly, to safeguard the strength of the US$. The fear of the consequences of a weaker US$, particularly higher oil prices is seen as underlying and explaining many aspects of the US foreign policy, including the Iraq and Libyan War.

    The reality is that the value of the US$ is determined by the fact that oil is sold in US$. If the denomination changes to another currency, such as the euro, many countries would sell US$and cause the banks to shift their reserves, as they would no longer need US$ to buy oil. This would thus weaken the US$ relative to the euro. A leading motive of the US in the Iraq war — perhaps the fundamental underlying motive, even more than the control of the oil itself — is an attempt to preserve the US$ as the leading oil trading currency. Since it is the USA that prints the US$, they control the flow of oil. Period. When oil is denominated in US$ through US state action and the US$ is the only fiat currency for trading in oil, an argument can be made that the USA essentially owns the world’s oil for free. Now over $1.3 trillion of newly printed US$ by US Federal Reserve is flooding into international commodity markets each year.

    So long as almost three quarter of world trade is done in US$, the US$ is the currency which central banks accumulate as reserves. But central banks, whether China or Japan or Brazil or Russia, do not simply stack US$ in their vaults. Currencies have one advantage over gold. A central bank can use it to buy the state bonds of the issuer, the USA. Most countries around the world are forced to control trade deficits or face currency collapse. Not the USA. This is because of the US$ reserve currency role. And the underpinning of the reserve role is the petrodollar. Every nation needs to get US$ to import oil, some more than others. This means their trade targets US$ countries.

    Because oil is an essential commodity for every nation, the Petrodollar system, which exists to the present, demands the buildup of huge trade surpluses in order to accumulate US$ surpluses. This is the case for every country but one — the USA which controls the US$ and prints it at will or fiat. Because today the majority of all international trade is done in US$, countries must go abroad to get the means of payment they cannot themselves issue. The entire global trade structure today works around this dynamic, from Russia to China, from Brazil to South Korea and Japan. Everyone aims to maximize US$ surpluses from their export trade.

    Until November 2000, no OPEC country dared violate the US$ price rule. So long as the US$ was the strongest currency, there was little reason to as well. But November was when French and other Euroland members finally convinced Saddam Hussein to defy the USA by selling Iraq’s oil-for-food not in US$, ‘the enemy currency’ as Iraq named it, but only in euros. The euros were on deposit in a special UN account of the leading French bank, BNP Paribas. Radio Liberty of the US State Department ran a short wire on the news and the story was quickly hushed.

    This little-noted Iraq move to defy the US$ in favor of the euro, in itself, was insignificant. Yet, if it were to spread, especially at a point the US$ was already weakening, it could create a panic selloff of US$ by foreign central banks and OPEC oil producers. In the months before the latest Iraq war, hints in this direction were heard from Russia, Iran, Indonesia and even Venezuela. An Iranian OPEC official, Javad Yarjani, delivered a detailed analysis of how OPEC at some future point might sell its oil to the EU for euros not US$. He spoke in April, 2002 in Oviedo Spain at the invitation of the EU. All indications are that the Iraq war was seized on as the easiest way to deliver a deadly pre-emptive warning to OPEC and others, not to flirt with abandoning the Petro-dollar system in favor of one based on the euro. The Iraq move was a declaration of war against the US$. As soon as it was clear that the UK and the US had taken Iraq, a great sigh of relief was heard in the UK Banks.

    First Iraq and then Libya decided to challenge the petrodollar system and stop selling all their oil for US$, shortly before each country was attacked. The cost of war is not nearly as big as it is made out to be. The cost of not going to war would be horrendous for the US unless there were another way of protecting the US$’s world trade dominance. The US pays for the wars by printing US$ it is going to war to protect.

    After considerable delay, Iran opened an oil bourse which does not accept US$. Many people fear that the move will give added reason for the USA to overthrow the Iranian regime as a means to close the bourse and revert Iran’s oil transaction currency to US$. In 2006 Venezuela indicated support of Iran’s decision to offer global oil trade in euro. In 2011 Russia begins selling its oil to China in rubles

    6 months before the US moved into Iraq to take down Saddam Hussein, Iraq had made the move to accept Euros instead of US$ for oil, and this became a threat to the global dominance of the US$ as the reserve currency, and its dominion as the petrodollar.

    Muammar Qaddafi made a similarly bold move: he initiated a movement to refuse the US$ and the euro, and called on Arab and African nations to use a new currency instead, the gold dinar. Muammar Qaddafi suggested establishing a united African continent, with its 200 million people using this single currency. The initiative was viewed negatively by the USA and the European Union (EU), with French president Nicolas Sarkozy calling Libya a threat to the financial security of mankind; but Muammar Qaddafi continued his push for the creation of a united Africa.

    Muammar Gaddafi’s recent proposal to introduce a gold dinar for Africa revives the notion of an Islamic gold dinar floated in 2003 by Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, as well as by some Islamist movements. The notion, which contravenes IMF rules and is designed to bypass them, has had trouble getting started. But today Iran, China, Russia, and India are stocking more and more gold rather than US$.

    If Muammar Qaddafi were to succeed in creating an African Union backed by Libya’s currency and gold reserves, France, still the predominant economic power in most of its former Central African colonies, would be the chief loser. The plans to spark the Benghazi rebellion were initiated by French intelligence services in November 2010.

    In February 2011, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, managing director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), has called for a new world currency that would challenge the dominance of the US$ and protect against future financial instability. In May 2011 a 32 year old maid, Nafissatou Diallo, working at the Sofitel New York Hotel, alleges that Strauss-Kahn had sexually assaulted her after she entered his suite.

    On Aug 18 2011, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez announces a plan to pull Gold reserves from US and European Banks .Venezuela reportedly has the largest oil reserves in the world. Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has been a strong proponent for tighter Latin America integration – which is a move away from the power of the US banking cartels.

    Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez formed oil export agreements with Cuba, directly bypassing the Petrodollar System. Cuba was among those countries that were later added to the “Axis of Evil” by the USA. Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has accused the US of using HAARP type weapons to create earthquakes.

    On Aug 24, 2001 a 7 magnitude earthquake rocks Northern Peru bordering Venezuela which doesn’t use the Petrodollar system and Brazil which has been engaged in discussions to end US$ denominated oil transactions. Is it a coincidence that these uncommonly powerful earthquakes are occurring in historically uncommonly large numbers during such a short period of time?. And that they are occurring in or close to countries that have been seriously discussing plans to leave the Petrodollar system, or are already outside it?

    HAARP stands for High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program. It is an ionospheric research program that is jointly funded by the US Air Force, the US Navy, the University of Alaska and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. The HAARP program operates a major Arctic facility, known as the HAARP Research Station. It is located on an US Air Force owned site near Gakona, Alaska. HAARP has the ability to manipulate weather and produce earthquakes. It is capable of directing almost 4 Mega Watts of energy in the 3 to 10 MHz region of the HF band up into the ionosphere. This energy can be bounced off of the ionosphere and directed back down at the earth to create earthquakes. Patents have been applied for discussing such applications. HAARP could potentially be used by adversaries to produce such events.

    HAARP based technology is being actively used to emit powerful radio waves that permeate the earth and subsequently cause strong enough oscillations along fault lines of targeted areas to produce earthquakes.

    Thigh power radio waves of HAARP can be used to produce such intense vibrations as to cause an earthquake. HAARP based technology can be used to encourage/produce various weather phenomena such as hurricanes, flooding, or drought through manipulation of the ionosphere. Already Russia, China and Venezuela have suggested that a HAARP type technology weapon is capable of such and attack and been used against several countries causing severe destructions in Haiti, Japan, Russia, China, Iran, Chile, New Zealand, Afghanistan, India etc.

    What would the probable response be to such an attack be? An armed conflict with the US? Or perhaps something more within reach and even more damaging at this point, the elimination of the Petrodollar system and a subsequent dumping of surplus US$ into the international and US financial markets resulting in the quick collapse of the US$. Attacking these countries with HAARP would destabilize their economies and currencies and to prevent a move away from the US$ and the Petrodollar system.


  21. “Rocks northern Peru, bordering with Venezuela”

    If the rest of your facts have been checked like that one, you really have problems…


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