Hugo Chávez has insinuated the possibility that EE UU is behind the cases of the South American leaders' cancer

Hugo Chávez has insinuated the possibility that EE UU is behind the cases of the South American leaders' cancer

Maracaibo : Venezuela | Dec 29, 2011 at 12:22 PM PST
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He wondered to if same: Would it "be strange that they had developed a technology to induce the cancer and does nobody know it up to now and be this discovered in 50 years or don't I know how many?".

The President of Venezuela, Hugo Chávez, doesn't stop to surprise, to his and those of outside of his country; he finds "very strange" the diverse cases in little time of diagnoses of rulers' cancer and former rulers of Latin America, and he thinks if serious possible that somebody won't have developed "a technology to induce" this illness. These declarations that I have had to hear different times because I didn't give credit to what entered for my hearings; he has carried out them after a carcinogenic tumor was diagnosed in the gland thyroid to the Argentinean President, Cristina Fernández. For Chávez it is "very difficult to explain to these heights what has happened to some of us in Latin America." This said it, like they can suppose being included to if same, because their cancer no matter how much he not says this cured one. To reaffirm their words, he made a reminder on the case of hundred of Guatemalan subject to experiments with syphilis on the part of EE UU in the decade of 1940.

In plan of irony, he said: "Evo takes care. Belt, take care. Clear, one doesn't know."

Mr. President of Venezuela, of you like it can take care their town and the remainder of the humanity? I say this for that according to the report of the Venezuelan Observatory of Violence (OVV), 2011 have been the but I force of their country.

This announcement has made it with sadness, the centers of investigation of the national universities that we are part of the Venezuelan Observatory of Violence (OVV), and like fact in the official files, already for the month of November of 2011, the cases of homicides had arrived to 15.360, and one decade ago, in the year 2001, they registered in the country in that same file the quantity of 7.960 homicides.

That figure doesn't reflect the reality, because in the year 2011 will register more than 4.000 cases like "scrutinies of deaths"; these are people died under violent or strange conditions, but that the limitations of the police and judicial investigation have not allowed to carry out a homicide accusation, neither neither of to classify them and to file them as suicides or accidents.

This figure indicates that in Venezuela they are made on the average 1.611 homicides every month, that which represents 53 murders every day.

In the University of London and King's College, they have carried out a report on the civil victims of the war of Iraq, between 2003 and 2010, the terrible attacks with suicidal bombs killed to 12.284 civilians. But that I know, in Venezuela, not this, even, in war. The truth that with these data in the hand, it is that in the year that finishes, they died 1,5 times more people than all the deceased for suicidal bombs in Iraq from the 2003 to the one 2010.

In this report, they are very succeeded in remembering that this type of criminal violence coincides with near situations to the wars. It happened this way in Great Britain or Germany after the World wars; in United States after Civil War. Very similar also in El Salvador after the Agreements of Peace or in Colombia with the war between the national control and the two armies of guerrillas and that of the paramilitary ones. And I eat very well they clarify, these facts take place with interior or external wars.

And does Hugo Chávez dare to make accusations when he has a pot I point of exploding in the country?

CATALINABELEMAR is based in Madrid, Madrid, Spain, and is a Reporter for Allvoices.
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