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Castro’s replacement
Hugo Chavez is doing his best to upset the American apple cart
04/05/2006

Fidel Castro can now die in peace. The maverick Venezuelan President, Hugo Chavez, has upped the ante against Bush. Adding insult to injury, the neo-leftist President has started waging a populist “cold” war against the world’s biggest bully, through funding various needs of Hispanic Americans. Venezuela’s petroleum industry, which is powered by proven crude reserves of 79 billion barrels of oil and a potential reserve of 270 billion barrels with a capacity of producing of 3.1 million barrels per day, is behind the nation’s fantastic rebound. Paradoxically, the country has received the crucial economic boost through US’ undying thirst for black gold. Chavez was able to muster $2 billion to purchase jets from Russia, when US refused to provide spares for Venezuela’s aging F-16 squadrons, while also revoking an Israel-Venezuelan contract for the upgradation of the said squadrons. While the Venezuelan juggernaut continues to garner support from the leftist world, the White House should be prepared to attend to an insomniac-manic-depressive President.

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