1. #1 by restinpieces on 03/06/2013 - 9:34

    Chavez vive! La lucha sigue! Con Chavez y Maduro el futuro esta seguro. Hasta la victoria siempre.

  2. #2 by ron iled on 03/06/2013 - 9:34

    Bless you forever Hugo, you are in a safe & better world now but you served Life with great Love & Nobility. Love from all my friends & me in Ireland. May those who follow in your footsteps be the best too. Ron

  3. #3 by Chris on 03/06/2013 - 9:34

    This is extraordinarily sad news. I can only hope that his spirit will live on in his people through the Bolivarian Revolution in perpetuity.

  4. #4 by Blake on 03/06/2013 - 9:34

    Ah bless. I only became a fan of his recently when I saw what he was doing for the poor of Venezuala and standing up for Palestinian rights. May Venezuala never fall prey to the zionist mammon tentacles.

    RIP Hugo Chavez, a true humanist.

  5. #5 by CK on 03/06/2013 - 9:34

    R.I.P., Hugo. You were a great man, a man of the people, unafraid to speak truth to power. We could use a few more like you in this world.

  6. #6 by Deadbeat on 03/06/2013 - 9:34

    A sad day indeed. I hope the Venezuelan people stand vigilant against Zionists attempt to see Hugo’s death as an “opportunity”. That will be the REAL TEST of the Chavez’s legacy.

  7. #7 by jschlomo on 03/06/2013 - 9:34

    God speed to a person whom placed “people-first” – not WAR….

    Mankind has lost a person of peace…Something the U.S, and Israhell, can definitely LEARN from!

    R.I.P Hugo Chavez…. May God and Jesus rest your soul!

  8. #8 by Tony on 03/06/2013 - 9:34

    God be with you
    Allah Mahek

  9. #9 by Bob on 03/06/2013 - 9:34

    Sadly a great man passes into history. We need more leaders in this world like Hugo Chavez. A man willing to take on Jewish power and defend his people. He had the courage to chart an independent course for Venezuela in the face of assassination attempts, coup attempts and numerous attempts to destabilize the country. Venezuelans are certainly better off for having been led by this man.

    Unfortunately, I expect to see a renewed attempt to place a “pro-bankster” regime in power there, or failing that an attempt to simply destabilize the nation and create chaos.

  10. #10 by LindseyNarrates.wordpress.com on 03/06/2013 - 9:34

    I just got home from work, and this was just horrible news. I seriously did not want to believe it, but it is true, and all that I can hope is that the government that he left behind will pick-up-from-where-he-left-off and continue to strive to free his nation from the demon control that had been forced upon it for so long.



  11. #11 by Grand Republic on 03/06/2013 - 9:34

    A very bitter day.Hugo Chavez fought for all people to be released from the bondage of International bankers.He was not left/right,but correct.The national wealth of a nation,indeed the world should belong to all.He was well schooled in the Zionist matrix,and they even ran a Jew against him for President.i place on the level of Edward The Confessor,Charles I,Washington,Jackson,Garfield,Taft,Kaiser Wilhelm,Bryon,Lindburgh,The Czars,JFK,and there greatest enemy Adolf Hitler who threw them out of Germany.And that is FACT.Notice how most of the list,lost there lives!

  12. #12 by Luciana on 03/06/2013 - 9:34

    There are no words that can describe what I feel. All I can say is he died in greatness. Viva Chavez y Viva La Revolucion. Vaya con Dios Presidente Chavez.

  13. #13 by annebeck58 on 03/06/2013 - 9:34

    I had hoped he would get well and stay well.
    This is one man I know the world will miss- with the exception of those who would want to rule the whole thing…
    Too sad.

  14. #14 by 1bigcree Shadowhawk on 03/06/2013 - 9:34

    It is so sad to see you go Hugo. May you walk with the ancestors in the honor of the people who love you like a father & brother. You did not fail them and we all owe you our most humble gratitude & respect. Be so honored by all of those who know your intentions as sincere and your memory will be cherished as well as revered. You were a great man and amazing human being. Rest now in peace.

  15. #15 by D.Hart on 03/06/2013 - 9:34

    Another great man gone too soon.No doubt quiet satisfaction the order of the day in the Talmudic strongholds of Washington and Tel Aviv. Their joy at this sad news must be obvious.It is my own personal opinion that he was given “A going away cancer” by the forces of darkness,represented today in this world by Jewry and their servants and lackeys.If at first you don’t succeed,try,and try again.They may have ended Hugo’s life prematurely,but the struggle goes on.

    I fear for the Venezuelan people,with the Jew Redonsky waiting in the wings to overturn the gains made by the people,and hell bent on ushering in the return to the days of Jewish plunder in the country,the future is very uncertain.The death of Hugo Chavez is a huge blow to poor people everywhere,sad to say it,but another victory notched up by this hellish Yankee-Yiddish alliance.

  16. #16 by Grami on 03/06/2013 - 9:34

    A brilliant man. The Zionist media portrays him as evil and shortsighted who locks people up if they disagree with him. I just watched a reply of BBC’s Hardtalk interview with him and he was really smart and organised.

    RIP Hugo

  17. #17 by Ba Aden on 03/06/2013 - 9:34

    The great Heroes always leaves before finishing their mission and You Sir is one of them, I wish that there were more of your kind on this planet so we could have had a better world to live in. You will always be remembered as the Hero Of the World who stood against all the evil odds on our Planet

  18. #18 by Gary on 03/06/2013 - 9:34

    I wonder how long it will be before the jewnited states of israel forment revolution like they are doing in Syria. The Venezuelan people are now in grave danger. I’d throw every single traitorous jew scum out of the country before it’s too late. Maybe it already is.

  19. #19 by Steven on 03/06/2013 - 9:34

    I don’t really know much about Hugo Chavez or Venezuala so I am not going to chuck crap at him or his country. What has me some what annoyed is the tendency for too many north americans to ignorantly believe everything the zionists, politicians, banksters, MSM and politically correct special interests tell them and accept it as if it were the word of god when it isn’t. The invicible ignorance and gullibility of the sheeple has allowed some of the worst criminals and perverts on earth to get away with far too much for far too long. Judgement day via WW3 can not be far away.

  20. #20 by Eva F. on 03/06/2013 - 9:34

    A sad day, we all hoped you carry on go on your path. Now your friends you trained so well will take over. – Rest in peace, you will be missed.

  21. #21 by Dante Ardenz on 03/06/2013 - 9:34

    Hugo Chavez.He was not left,nor right.He over came that scam.The man was dynamic,and great.The Jews,and there stupid followers are crowing. His only fault was not allowing the Jews?US steal his oil;and he fought for unity of Latin America and peace and Palestine.He rose up the poor,and shared his nations resources.According to RENSE.COM:They even ran a Dam Jew against him for President.Let his memory inspire all of us.

  22. #22 by Spitfire on 03/06/2013 - 9:34

    He was a man just as we are men and women, and he let his people know that. He was not great because he touted his greatness, but because he espoused humility and service in front of and for his people. The Bolivarian REVOLUTION was not this man, although he was a great progenitor and leader for it. He will tell you the same. We must grieve and be saddened that he could not do more, but lo – Rejoice for he has gone forward to return to the Creator, leaving behind the tools and the ideology of TRUE liberty that he knows his people will pick up and take to stride. We must pray that the rest of us free-men of the west will follow suit. May Allahah have mercy upon your soul, and peace be with you evermore.

    A side note…
    At work today the usual clamor ensues as everyone in the office is making their short, snide comments about his passing. This young secretary mentioned it to our Safety coordinator stating how she didn’t really know anything about him or was never aware of how atrocious he was. (I’m chuckling in my office because at the same time I am listening to last night’s program of Revolt of the Plebs as Max French is informing us about his passing) The Safety guy, then proceeds to make a few comments such as, “Yeah he was SUCH a dictator. Good thing he is gone. Commie asshole. Better world without him. Et cetera, et cetera.” I have in the past tried to speak to my co-workers about jewish zionism and the like, but I am not very well heard. Pray for the people I work with, and those you work with as well. They need it more for their soul is in depravity of divine light – truth inspired from the source of the ONE TRUE CREATOR. Talk to you all soon.

  23. #23 by jgalindes on 03/06/2013 - 9:34

    There are not so many additional words to say it.Chavez death is a disgrace to Venezuela and the world.

    The Bolivarian Revolution,I very much fear was over-represented by him with seriuos danger of continuation in an event like this,has a real enemy in organized jewery,be it Venezuelan,American or from other places.

    It is a formifable force with almost infinite financial resources,an universal media control,and a widespread “democracy for the idiots”.

    In Venezuela itself,the hate came directly from the Chief Rabbi,producing a widespread press declaration on the “naked King”(El Rey está desnudo”) in an slanted reference to Mr.Chavez,days before his first election.

    So we must expect sad developments for Venezuela in the near future with an steady dissasembly of the socio-political conquests gained with Chavez.

    Rest in Peace.Comandante Chavez!

  24. #24 by wad on 03/07/2013 - 9:34

    A high level HERO. May Allah be pleased with him for he was a true warrior for the light.

    His 2nd in command is also great and for this I hail Chavez as a TRUE LEADER. For leaders make other leaders. Venezuela is raising a true crop of great leaders now.

  25. #25 by vince on 03/08/2013 - 9:34


  26. #26 by Ingrid B on 03/08/2013 - 9:34

    I agree with all of the above comments, this planet has lost a little hope, but hope must go on..

  27. #27 by Paulo Henrique on 03/08/2013 - 9:34

    Chavez was murder

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