Comments on: What will become of Chávez’s gold hoard? Thu, 21 Jul 2016 07:57:19 +0000 hourly 1 By: ChavezTshirts Wed, 27 Mar 2013 17:31:28 +0000 Thank you for your honest opinion. I am deffinitely supporting you. With out Chavez, where would the country be?

Feel free to buy a Chavez t-shirt to support Venezuela –

By: PHidalgoVargas Fri, 22 Mar 2013 14:21:39 +0000 Peter,  /

On the above blogspot you will find details of a crime thriller I shall be publishing around mid-May after the results of the elections are declared. Although the book is a crime story, there is a discussion within it of the last days of Chavez and the way in which people were misinformed about his health and capacity to govern. it also covers the election campaign and the continuing socialist rhetoric parroted by Maduro who must have learnt most of it during his indoctrination years in Cuba. One day, he may realise that the Cubans are quietly dismantling their brand of socialism because it just doesn’t work!

The book talks of some of the beauty of Venezuela and includes journeys to Salto Angel, Carupano, San Cristobal, Puerto La Cruz and, of course, Caracas.

I have also commented on fraud and corruption in Venezuela. Fonden is a particular target as is the enrichment of certain people either close to, or at, the top of the Chavez regime.

I shall be updating the blog as publication draws nearer and would be grateful for any help you may be able to offer by publicising a criticism of the Chavez administration. the first release will be in English, but given any sort of positive response, I shall translate it into Spanish.

Thanks in advance,


By: kenlayisalive Tue, 19 Mar 2013 01:09:54 +0000 Your title has a huge giant glaring mistake – the gold you refer to belongs to the Republic of Venezuela, not Hugo Chávez. I’m sure it was a simple error of your fact checkers and some pathetic attempt at propaganda.