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Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Hugo Chávez plot against Cuba's Castros

This seems to have slipped under the radar over the weekend.

"In this endeavor, they recruited—or were recruited by—Venezuela's Hugo Chávez, who in turn tried to enlist the support of other Latin American leaders, starting with Leonel Fernández of the Dominican Republic, who refused to get involved."


And here's an eye opener.

"Their reasons for wishing to unseat Rául were mainly turf and power, but they also feared that the leader was beginning to feel threatened by the reaction of the Cuban people to excessive economic and social deprivation, and after his brother's demise would be unable to control the flow of events."


But hey, according to the left wing media, led by the far left BBC, Cuba is a paradise.

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