VHeadline commentarist Oscar Heck writes: This is incredible ... but highly credible, and real ... especially when one takes into account the role of the US Embassy in Caracas against Chavez, against the Venezuelan people (the majority pro Chavez) ... and the clear implications of the CIA, the NED, USAID and other subversive US units ... against democratic Venezuela.
I was watching VTV Venezuela Television, live ... where pro-Chavez students from the UCV (a public university -- yet traditionally controlled by the mid-to-upper classes) in Caracas, were showing what they inadvertently came across (caught red-handed) ... a Polar (Venezuelan beer) case (36 beers capacity) filled with gasoline-cocktails stuffed with red (pro-Chavez color) rags .. and gasoline containers and automobile tires ... ready for use against Chavez supporters in incendiary violence.
This is and example, among many, of typical mid-to-upper-class (and whiter-skinned) anti-Chavez violence-inciting activities.
I know ... I was at the anti-Chavez demonstrations (violent blockages of major highways and thoroughfares) perpetrated by the anti-Chavez mid-to-upper classes in their attempts to create chaos throughout the country in 2002 and 2003.
I know ... they attacked me, at least a hundred of them ... with sticks and metal rods, in Santa Ines, one of Caracas's wealthy mid-to-upper class urbanizations. I know ... I had to remain in hiding for about 3 months in Venezuela ... threatened with assassination. I know ... and so does Chavez ... and so do Chavez supporters.
We (my wife and I ... and probably millions of poorer Venezuelans, the majority who are pro Chavez) very recently heard on Venezuelan television ... as Ugalde, the rector of one of Venezuela's most "exclusive" mid-to-upper-class private universities (UCAB), said ... "The vote of the poor is (only) what it's worth" ... and he said it in an openly and succinct derogatory fashion ... and this criminal is a Jesuit ... a supposed representative of Jesus Christ, my mentor, Chavez' mentor.
From a Jesuit, non-the-less! (El Universal)
Interview with , president of Andrés Bello Catholic University
"To say Jesus Christ was a socialist is absolute nonsense" Jesuit priest : "Socialism, when embraced seriously, is not a mere denunciation against man’s oppression, but a whole-hearted attempt at creating a fairer economic model in modern societies"
ROBERTO GIUSTIEL UNIVERSAL
SOCIAL APOSTOLATE IN THE SOCIETY OF JESUS CHALLENGES AND SITUATION