Mar 29/06 - On the use, and abuse, of Asymmetric Rhetoric: Hugo weaponizes his tongue
PMBComment: This is a quote that trumps the Clintonite “Maisto Doctrine" ("Do not judge Chávez by his words, judge him for his deeds") once and for all. It also explains why a confrontation with the
”He who intends to seriously undertake - in
March 28th, 2006
"Quien pretenda hacer de verdad en América Latina sobre todo, un proyecto de transformación, inevitablemente, más temprano que tarde, chocará con el imperio norteamericano y el choque es necesario además así lo creo porque el choque define".
Marzo 28, 2006
If more evidence is needed about the futility of trying to establish a dialogue with Lt. Col. Chávez, this video clip - is proof of the mental state of the man some
Asymmetric warfare is the Bolivarian revolution’s plan to confront the “Empire”, as you will see from the video, it is clearly being played out - verbally - to perfection....and to boot, it has fans in the US. PMB
VIDEO LINK: while I assume you have all seen, or read about, the infamous Aló Presidente with the almost 3 minutes anti-Bush outburst ("Mr Danger you are a ...donkey, drunkard, assassin, genocide..."), I am including the link to it - with ENGLISH subtitles - so you can share with those who have not seen it, those who do not speak Spanish or those that still advocate that the solution is to reduce the level of Washington's anti-Chávez rhetoric. (the latter, by the way, was achieved rather swiftly with the summary dismissal of Roger Noriega, who had become Chávez’s favored “enemy”).