Latin America File: Venezuela’s ruling Socialists survive local elections, embattled President Maduro scurries to Havana for pep talk with mentor R. Castro; Bachelet returns to Chile’s presidency after 4-year hiatus, Communists in ruling coalition first time since 1973 coup, young Michelle sent to GDR after Allende ouster; Brazil’s ex-urban guerrilla president bolsters governing partner, Rousseff addresses Communist Party congress

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There’s a nice shot of Brazilian president under Lenin pic at following link. No commentary needed.

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Historical Flashback: Chilean Military Ousts Communist-Backed Popular Unity Government in 1973 (source)

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One response to “Latin America File: Venezuela’s ruling Socialists survive local elections, embattled President Maduro scurries to Havana for pep talk with mentor R. Castro; Bachelet returns to Chile’s presidency after 4-year hiatus, Communists in ruling coalition first time since 1973 coup, young Michelle sent to GDR after Allende ouster; Brazil’s ex-urban guerrilla president bolsters governing partner, Rousseff addresses Communist Party congress

  1. mah29001 December 24, 2013 at 6:36 pm

    There’s no big difference between the extreme Left Communists and Islamic radicals, both pretend to be moderates when campaigning but in charge they can Sovietize/Islamize everything when they get a chance to, the Central African Republic is becoming a hot spot for Islamic radicals yet their leader a “moderate” was trained when Russia was overtly known as the Soviet Union:

    http://news.yahoo.com/muslims-march-central-african-republic-152450119.html

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