Monday, 18 February 2013

The caudillo is back in Venezuela

Yes, he is. To die?

He admitted he "trusts in his doctors". He twitted for the first time since November. But how long will he live? Keeping secrecy in Venezuela will be much more difficult than in Castro Island.

He had to arrive again in the wee hours of the night, just like a certain character of a book written by Bram Stoker.

Jorge Arriaza, Chávez's son-in-law and minister for "the Popular Power of Science and Innovation", announced fireworks will be use to celebrate the arrival...this really sounds like in North Korea.

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