Chavez Derails Plan For Global Dictatorship
Venezuelan President trounces "genocidal, immoral, sick, and corrupt elite" running United States
Hugo Chavez' vow to "defeat the most powerful empire on earth" and "beat the devil" on December 3rd by achieving re-election in Venezuela is a bold and stark reminder that the fiery President has achieved what many dismiss as impossible - Chavez has derailed the plan for global dictatorship.
The Free Trade Area of the Americas, craved for so long by internationalists whose goal is to centralize global power into a pervasive world government structure with the U.S. as the token figurehead, was derailed last year when Chavez signed the Bolivarian Alternative for the Americas, which effectively killed the FTAA.
Chavez insistence that, "The FTAA can go to hell," is a rallying cry that has spread like wildfire across Latin America over the past year and has completely isolated U.S. and Mexican aspirations to have had the power bloc in place by 2005. It falls further behind schedule by the day and this is one reason why the Bush junta and the CIA are chomping at the bit to overthrow Chavez as they first attempted to do in April 2002.