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Venezuela's Hugo Chavez wins 3rd term, vows to deepen socialist revolution



In Venezuela, Hugo Chavez won another 6-year term as president of the oil-rich nation with official results showing the socialist leader garnering 54 percent of the vote. NBC's Kerry Sanders reports.

Updated at 8:35 a.m. ET: CARACAS, Venezuela -- President Hugo Chavez scored a comfortable election victory that could extend his rule to 20 years and vowed to deepen his self-styled socialist revolution after a bitterly fought race against a youthful rival who has galvanized Venezuela's opposition.

Tens of thousands of ecstatic supporters thronged the streets around the presidential palace in downtown Caracas, pumping fists in the air and shouting Chavez's name after the former soldier beat opposition candidate Henrique Capriles by more than 9 percentage points.

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He won for over a million votes. Capriles had no chance.

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Felicidades Hugo
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VIVA LATINOAMERICA LIBRE!!!!!

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Sucks for Venezuelans but good for rest of the world. We need countries like North Korea and Venezuela so nobody ever forgets how great communist nations really are
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Sucks for Venezuelans but good for rest of the world. We need countries like North Korea and Venezuela so nobody ever forgets how great communist nations really are


shut up, what do you know about Venezuela?
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take that, haters

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shut up, what do you know about Venezuela?
Largest oil reserves in the world. Period.
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Sucks for Venezuelans but good for rest of the world. We need countries like North Korea and Venezuela so nobody ever forgets how great communist nations really are
you can't compare north korea to venezuela. venezuela will actually inspire plenty of countries to go similar ways, especially it will inspire other latin american countries to escape the influence of the us. because what they see is not unattractive to them.
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Inmdeed, to deepen....Into deep shit.

Here is the proof of what scumbag Chavez is:



BTW- isn't it quite ironic when rich fat cat people, like all of yu guys, are praising "socialist revolution" ?

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Venezuela will actually inspire plenty of countries
By keeping folk on food line despite being naturally richest country on the planet
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By keeping folk on food line despite being naturally richest country on the planet
by being an underdeveloped country which actually cares about poor people unlike most of them. and by resisting the country that contributed to keeping it underdevloped for so long.
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by being an underdeveloped country which actually cares about poor people unlike most of them.


Ask yourself why is world richest country undeveloped. Ask!
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Ask yourself why is world richest country undeveloped. Ask!
because its ruling elite didn't really care about it. they were racist towards their own people, among other things. they exploited both the country and the people. and they did it together with outsiders, first with the europeans and then with the americans.

each way it has nothing to do with chavez. venezuela had been underdeveloped before he came. the main difference was probably that the poor of venezuela had it worse back then.
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